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PostHeaderIcon Sprint Invaders Friday – Sponsored by Roberts Tire

This Friday night we welcome the Sprint Invaders sponsored by Roberts Tire. Modifieds and Stock Cars will be $100 to start and Sport Mods $75. Lee County Late Models and Sport Compacts will also be on the card. Going to be a huge Friday night to kick off Memorial Day weekend.

PostHeaderIcon Frank, Cook, and Fellows Claim First Wins of the Season

by Brian Neal
Donnellson, IA (Friday, May 18, 2018) – Mother nature tried not once but twice to put a damper on Friday nights racing action at the Pepsi Lee County Speedway in Donnellson, Iowa. But the track crew, with the help of the driver’s, was able to work thru the weather to put a cap on the night just after 10 PM. And when the final checkered flag flew three driver’s claim their first wins of the season at the track, while two others visited victory lane for multiple times this year.

After about a 30 minute delay, just after the heat races were completed, to work the track back in from a brief shower, the 14 lap Armstrong Tractor IMCA Sport Compact feature took to the track first. Cody Bowman and Kenny Smith led the field to the green flag, but it was sixth place starter Josh Barnes who shot out into the lead on lap 1 over David Prim and Brandon Reu. Barnes, who was setting a fast pace out front, started to pull away from the battle for second going on between Prim, Brandon Reu, Mike Reu, and Barry Taft, who started 7th. Around the midway portion of the race Barnes’ car started slowing down in turns 1 and 2, before picking up the pace again going down the backstretch. This would happen every lap, until lap 10, when the field finally caught up to him and passed him. Barnes’ troubles would hand the lead over to Prim, who had Brandon Reu and Mike Reu trying to work under him. This would leave Taft no choice but to work the middle groove to try and work himself pass the lead trio. That moved paid off on lap 12, as Taft went around Prim coming off turn 4 to take over the top spot. Taft then went on to pick up his third win in a row and fourth overall at the track. Mike Reu came home in 2nd, Prim was 3rd, Kimberly Abbott started 10th and finished 4th in the caution free race, with Alyssa Steele finishing 5th after starting in 8th.

Up next was the 18 lap Discount Tire & Service IMCA SportMod feature, with Kyle Hamelton and Bob Cowman making up the front row for the event. But it was fourth place starter Daniel Fellows who jumped out into the lead on lap 1 over Jeffrey DeLonjay and Cowman. The action was slowed for the first time of the race on lap 3, as Michael Benjamin spun in turn 2 to bring out the yellow. On the restart Fellows moved back out front, with Ron Kibbe, who started 9th, Brandon Dale, who started 8th, and Austen Becerra, who started 6th, battling for the runner up spot. With the battle going on for the second spot, this allowed Fellows to start to pull away from the field. Just when it looked like Fellows was headed to his first ever SportMod feature win at the Pepsi Lee County Speedway, the second and final caution of the race appeared on lap 14 to bring the field back to Fellows’ back bumper. This time Dakota Sapp got sideways coming off turn 4 and collected Jim Walker to bring out the yellow. Fellows once again grabbed the lead on the restart, with Dale, Kibbe and Becerra close behind. Dale would try to work under Fellows over the final laps. But Fellows would hold him off to score his first ever SportMod feature at the track. However it wasn’t his career first, as that came back at the beginning of May at the Pepsi Scotland County Speedway in Memphis, Missouri. Dale settled for 2nd, Becerra got by Kibbe late to finish 3rd, Kibbe was 4th, with DeLonjay rounding out the top 5.

Dayton Lynch and Chase Frank led the field to the drop of the green flag in the 20 lap Steffes Late Model feature, but it was fifth place starter Jeff Guengerich who grabbed the lead on lap 1 over Lynch and Gunner Frank. The action up front was slowed for the first time on lap 3, as Brandon Queen and Aric Becker got together in turn 2 and resulted in Becker spinning to bring out the yellow. On the restart Guengerich jumped back out front, with Jay Johnson, who started 6th, over taking Gunner Frank for second. While Guengerich set the pace out front, Johnson worked to hold back Gunner Frank for the runner up spot. The action up front was slowed for the second time of the race on lap 9, as something on Becker’s car broke coming off turn 4 and the car too a sharp right turn into the guardrail to bring out the yellow. He would drive away okay. Guengerich once again grabbed the lead on the restart, with Gunner Frank getting back by Johnson for second. Gunner Frank then tried to work under Guengerich over the next 5 laps, but Guengerich was able to hold him off each lap. Then going into turn 3 to come and complete lap 16, Gunner Frank drove it in hard on the bottom and then slid up in front of Guengerich coming off turn 4 to take over the top spot.

Just as lap 16 was scored complete, Chase Frank slowed to stop in turn 2 to bring out the yellow. On the restart Gunner Frank moved back out front, with Tommy Elston, who started 7th, over taking Guengerich and Johnson to move into the runner up spot. But just after lap 17 was scored complete another caution appeared, as a tire was clipped in turn 4 and pushed onto the racing groove to bring out the yellow. Once again Gunner Frank grabbed the lead on the restart, with Elston glued to his back bumper. But with another lap scored the final caution of the race slowed the field, as Lynch spun in turn 4 to bring out the yellow. On the restart Gunner Frank jumped back out front, with Elston and Johnson close behind. Elston tried to work under Gunner Frank over the final 2 laps, but Gunner Frank would hold him off to score his first ever Late Model win at the track. But it wasn’t his first career Late Model win, as that came last Sunday down at the Quincy Raceways in Quincy, Illinois. Elston settled for a close 2nd, Johnson was 3rd, Sam Halstead started 8th and finished 4th, with Guengerich coming home in 5th.

Up next was the 20 lap Donnellson Tire & Service IMCA Stock Car feature, with Dustin Griffiths and Chad Krogmeier making up the front row. Griffiths took advantage of his starting spot to grab the lead on lap 1 over Krogmeier and John Oliver Jr. The action going on behind Griffiths was intense, as Krogmeier, Jeremy Pundt, Oliver Jr., Jason Cook and Abe Huls raced two and even three wide for position. Cook would emerge from that battle into to second on lap 5, and then went to work on Griffiths for the lead. Two laps later, lap 7, Cook would work under Griffiths to take over the top spot. Cook however wasn’t able to put any distance between himself and the rest of the field, as you could have thrown a blanket over the top 6 at anytime over the next several laps. While Cook worked the bottom of the track, Oliver Jr. was working the top groove. But when Oliver Jr. was able to pull even with Cook around the midway part of the race, Cook switched lines to the top of the track. This would force Oliver Jr. to try and work under Cook over the next 4 laps. On lap 15 Oliver Jr. would edge out Cook at the line to take over the top spot. But Cook didn’t give up, as he got back under Oliver Jr. on lap 18 to grab the lead back. Cook then held off Oliver Jr. over the final laps to claim his first win of the season at the track. Oliver Jr. settled for a close 2nd, Pundt was 3rd, Huls was 4th, with Krogmeier finishing in 5th.

The final feature to take to the track was the 20 lap Budweiser IMCA Modifieds, with Kelly Buckallew and Mitch Boles leading the field to green. Buckallew would take advantage of his starting spot to jump out into the lead on lap 1 over Boles and Bill Roberts Jr. But the lead for Buckallew only lasted for 1 lap, as Boles slipped by on lap 2 to take over the top spot. Boles then slowed down the backstretch with troubles, which handed the lead over to Roberts Jr. on lap 3. Two laps later, lap 5, Jerry Reese slowed to a stop down the front stretch to bring out the first and only caution of the race. On the restart Roberts Jr. jumped back out front, with Jeff Waterman and Buckallew close behind. Waterman would try the high side and low side of the track over the next several laps to try and wrestle the lead away from Roberts Jr. But Roberts Jr. was able to hold him off each lap. Then disaster would strike Waterman on lap 12, as he tried to get under Roberts Jr. coming off turn two. Contact was made between the two, which resulted in Waterman cutting down a right front tire to end his night. This allowed Roberts Jr. to pull away for his second win of the season at the Pepsi Lee County Speedway. Buckallew had a nice run in 2nd, Jesse Belez, who was making his first visit to the track this season, finished 3rd after starting in 6th, Craig Spegal had another good run in 4th, with Dakota Simmons coming from 8th to come home in 5th.

Coming up next week Friday, May 25th at the Pepsi Lee County Speedway will be the first of two visits by the Sprint Invaders during the 2018 racing season. Also in action will be the Steffes Late Models, Budweiser IMCA Modifieds, Donnellson Tire & Service IMCA Stock Cars, Discount Tire & Service IMCA SportMods, and Armstrong Tractor IMCA Sport Compacts.

Gates will open at 5:30 PM, hot laps at 7 PM, and racing at 7:30 PM. Grandstand admission will be adults $15, seniors (60+) $14, students (11-17) $8, and kids 10 & under FREE!! Pit passes are $30, age 7-13 $20, ages 4-6 $10, and ages 3 & under $3.

For more information about the Pepsi Lee County Speedway you can visit their website at www.leecountyspeedway.com, like them on Facebook, or call Brian Gaylord at 319-371-6744 or Mike Van Genderen at 641-521-0330.

 

OFFICIAL RESULTS

Pepsi Lee County Speedway, Donnellson, Iowa
Friday, May 18, 2018 – Lee County EMS, Darkside Tint & Graphix, and Driftwood 13 Night

Steffes Late Models

A-Feature: 1.  Gunner Frank, Montrose, IA; 2.  Tommy Elston, Keokuk, IA; 3.  Jay Johnson, West Burlington, IA; 4.  Sam Halstead, New London, IA; 5.  Jeff Guengerich, Washington, IA; 6.  Vance Wilson, Quincy, IL; 7.  Brandon Queen, Keokuk, IA; 8.  Dayton Lynch, Bloomfield, IA; 9.  Ron Boyse, Kalona, IA; 10. Chase Frank, Montrose, IA; 11. Darin Weisinger Jr., Mendon, IL; 12. Aric Becker, Cedar Rapids, IA; 13. Todd Frank, Montrose, IA (DNS)

Heat 1: 1.  Gunner Frank; 2.  Jay Johnson; 3.  Vance Wilson; 4.  Sam Halstead; 5.  Chase Frank; 6.  Aric Becker; 7.  Brandon Queen

Heat 2: 1.  Jeff Guengerich; 2.  Ron Boyse; 3.  Tommy Elston; 4.  Dayton Lynch; 5.  Darin Weisinger Jr.; 6.  Todd Frank (DNS)

 

Budweiser IMCA Modifieds

A-Feature: 1.  Bill Roberts Jr., Burlington, IA; 2.  Kelly Buckallew, Memphis, MO; 3.  Jesse Belez, Marengo, IA; 4.  Craig Spegal, New London, MO; 5.  Dakota Simmons, Douds, IA; 6.  Dean McGee, Galesburg, IL; 7.  James Raleigh, Colchester, IL; 8.  Jeff Waterman, Quincy, IL; 9.  Jerry Reese, Baring, MO; 10. Mitch Boles, New London, IA

Heat: 1.  Kelly Buckallew; 2.  Bill Roberts Jr.; 3.  Mitch Boles; 4.  Craig Spegal; 5.  Jeff Waterman; 6.  Jesse Belez; 7.  Dean McGee; 8.  Dakota Simmons; 9.  James Raleigh (DNS); 10. Jerry Reese (DNS)

 

Donnellson Tire & Service IMCA Stock Cars

A-Feature: 1.  Jason Cook, Mt. Pleasant, IA; 2.  John Oliver Jr., Danville, IA; 3.  Jeremy Pundt, Donnellson, IA; 4.  Abe Huls, Carthage, IL; 5.  Chad Krogmeier, Burlington, IA; 6.  Spenscer Hopwood, Ottumwa, IA; 7.  Dustin Griffiths, Hedrick, IA; 8.  Kevin Koontz, Memphis, MO (DNS)

Heat: 1.  Dustin Griffiths; 2.  John Oliver Jr.; 3.  Jason Cook; 4.  Jeremy Pundt; 5.  Chad Krogmeier; 6.  Abe Huls; 7.  Spenscer Hopwood; 8.  Kevin Koontz (DNS)

 

Discount Tire & Service IMCA SportMods

A-Feature: 1.  Daniel Fellows, Keokuk, IA; 2.  Brandon Dale, Arbela, MO; 3.  Austen Becerra, Bowen, IL; 4.  Ron Kibbe, Mt. Pleasant, IA; 5.  Jeffrey DeLonjay, Quincy, IL; 6.  Bob Cowman, Quincy, IL; 7.  Rick Barlow Jr., Montrose, IA; 8.  Reed Wolfmeyer, Liberty, IL; 9.  Michael Benjamin, Montrose, IA; 10. Kyle Hamelton, Keokuk, IA; 11. Dakota Sapp, Ottumwa, IA; 12. Jim Walker, Mystic, IA

Heat 1: 1.  Jeffrey DeLonjay; 2.  Ron Kibbe; 3.  Jim Walker; 4.  Kyle Hamelton; 5.  Michael Benjamin; 6.  Dakota Sapp

Heat 2: 1.  Austen Becerra; 2.  Daniel Fellows; 3.  Brandon Dale; 4.  Reed Wolfmeyer; 5.  Bob Cowman; 6.  Rick Barlow Jr.

 

Armstrong Tractor IMCA Sport Compacts

A-Feature: 1.  Barry Taft, Argyle, IA; 2.  Mike Reu, Donnellson, IA; 3.  David Prim, Hamelton, IL; 4.  Kimberly Abbott, Camp Point, IL; 5.  Alyssa Steele, Keokuk, IA; 6.  Cody Bowman, Mt. Pleasant, IA; 7.  Jake Dietrich, Keokuk, IA; 8.  Jason Ash, Burlington, IA; 9.  Robert Sturms, Burlington, IA; 10. Aaron Berry, Mt. Pleasant, IA; 11. Matt Milligan, Cedar Rapids, IA; 12. Brandon Reu, Donnellson, IA; 13. Josh Barnes, Keokuk, IA; 14. Mike Hornung Jr., Keokuk, IA; 15. Kenny Smith, Donnellson, IA; 16. Dylan Schantz, Luray, MO (DNS)

Heat 1: 1.  Josh Barnes; 2.  Mike Reu; 3.  Jason Ash; 4.  Brandon Reu; 5.  Cody Bowman; 6.  Aaron Berry; 7.  Mike Hornung Jr.; 8.  Matt Milligan

Heat 2: 1.  Barry Taft; 2.  Alyssa Steele; 3.  Kenny Smith; 4.  David Prim; 5.  Dylan Schantz; 6.  Kimberly Abbott; 7.  Robert Sturms; 8.  Jake Dietrich

PostHeaderIcon Halstead and Huls Become New Winners

by Brian Neal
Donnellson, IA (Friday, May 11, 2018) – The crazy spring weather here in the Midwest continued on Friday, as you could find temperatures in the low 80’s in Donnellson, Iowa. But if you traveled about 20 miles north you could find temperatures in the low 70’s, and getting colder the farther north you went. With overcast skies most of the day, the Pepsi Lee County Speedway had plenty of moisture in it to provide the driver’s with another great racing surface. Which in turn treated the fans to plenty of side-by-side racing, with two new driver’s visiting victory lane for the first time in 2018.

The first feature to take to the track on the night was the 14 lap Armstrong IMCA Sport Compacts. Jake Dietrich and Mike Reu was scheduled to lead the field to green, but when Dietrich elected to go to the tail this moved Robert Sturms to the pole. Mike Reu used his front row outside starting spot to grab the lead on lap 1 over Chuck Fullenkamp, who started 5th, and Barry Taft, who started 7th. Taft would look under Mike Reu for the top spot over the next 3 laps, but Mike Reu was able to hold him off each lap at the line. That was until lap 5, when Taft was able to slid under Mike Reu coming off turn 2 to take over the lead. One lap later, lap 6, the first and only caution of the race appeared, as Ashton Blain lost a right front tire in turn 4 to bring out the yellow. On the restart Taft jumped back out front, with Kimberly Abbott, who started 8th, and Brandon Reu, who started 6th, glued to his back bumper. Abbott would follow in Taft’s tire tracks over the next 6 laps. Then going into turn 3 on the final lap Abbott looked under Taft, as the two came off turn 4 side-by-side. Taft would hold off Abbott by a fender to pick up his second win in a row and third of the season at the track. Abbott settled for 2nd, Brandon Reu was 3rd, Mike Reu was 4th, with Fullenkamp coming home in 5th.

Up next was the 20 lap Steffes Late Model feature, with Gunner Frank and Todd Frank making up the front row. Todd Frank took advantage of his starting spot to jump out into the lead on lap 1 over Gunner Frank and Jay Johnson. Gunner Frank tried to work under his dad Todd over the next 4 laps, only to have dad edge him out at the line each lap. The battle up front was slowed for the first time on lap 5, when Brandon Queen spun in turn 1 to bring out the yellow. On the restart Todd Frank moved back out front, with Gunner Frank and Sam Halstead close behind. Once again Gunner tried to work under Todd over the next 3 laps, but Todd was able to hold him off. Todd then started to put some distance between himself and the battle behind him for second between Gunner and Halstead. Just when it looked like Todd was heading for his first win of the season at the track, disaster struck him coming off turn 4 on lap 14 when he lost an engine to bring out the yellow. On the restart Halstead went to the bottom of the track to edge Gunner Frank at the line by inches to take over the top spot. Halstead then went on to lead the final 5 laps to pick up his first win of the season at the Pepsi Lee County Speedway. Johnson came home in 2nd, Ron Boyse started 7th and finished 3rd, Gunner Frank was 4th, with Tommy Elston finishing in 5th.

Austen Becerra and Brandon Dale led the field to green in the 18 lap Discount Tire & Service IMCA SportMod feature, with Becerra grabbing the lead on lap 1 over Dale and Brandon Lennox. Dale and Lennox followed in Becerra’s tire tracks over the next 3 laps, when the action was slowed for the first and only time on lap 4. Kyle Hamelton spun down the front stretch to bring out the yellow. On the restart Dale would edge out Becerra at the line to take over the top spot. Dale then held the lead until lap 7, when Lennox used the momentum off the top of the track coming out of turn 4 to edge out the top spot at the line. Dale wouldn’t give up on the lead, as he stayed close to Lennox over the next 5 laps. When Lennox started to enter lapped traffic on lap 13, Dale would look under him for the top spot. But wasn’t able to make the pass. Then coming off turn 4 for the checkered flag Dale looked under Lennox. But Lennox would hold him off by half a car length to claim his second win of the season at the track. Dale settled for 2nd, Becerra was 3rd, Sean Wyett was 4th, with Dakota Sapp finishing 5th after starting in 10th.

The 14 lap Coors Light Hobby Stock feature was up next, with Aaron Martin and Brok Hopwood making up the front row. Martin used his front row starting spot to lead lap 1 over Hopwood and Nathan Ballard, who started 5th. The battle for the lead went three wide coming off turn 4 on lap 6, with Martin holding off Ballard and Hopwood to keep the lead. Then coming off turn 4 to complete lap 8 Ballard went low under Martin to take over the top spot. Ballard then looked to be heading for his second win of the season at the track, when he had a right rear tire go flat on lap 11. This handed the lead back over to Martin, who cruised to his second win in a row at the track. Gene Nicklas was the only car left on the track at the finish.

Up next was the 20 lap Donnellson Tire & Service IMCA Stock Car feature, with nineteen of the twenty cars checked in taking to the track. Jeremy Pundt and John Oliver Jr. made up the front row for the event. Just as the field took the green the caution light came on, as Kevin Koontz got sideways in turn 2 and collected Jake Wenig to bring out the yellow. On the original restart Pundt moved out front to lead lap 1 over Oliver Jr. and Jason Cook. Then after lap 1 was scored complete the second caution of the race appeared, as Brandon Lambert spun in turn 2 to bring out the yellow. Pundt once again grabbed the lead on the restart, only to be slowed for the third time of the race. This time Jesse Wegs spun in turn 1 to bring out the yellow. On the restart Pundt jumped back out front, with Cook edging out Oliver Jr. for the runner up spot. The action up front came to a slow for the final time on lap 5, as debris in turn 4 brought out the yellow. Pundt again grabbed the lead on the restart, with Cook and Oliver Jr. glued to his back bumper. Oliver Jr., who was working the top of the track, used the momentum off the top to take the lead away from Pundt on lap 10. Going into turn 3 to come to complete lap 13 the battle up front went four wide, with contact up front bottling up the field. This allowed Abe Huls, who started 6th, to shoot off the bottom for the lead. Todd Reitzler, who started 8th, worked the middle of the track to edge out Huls at the line for the lead on lap 13, only to have Huls come back on the bottom to take it back on lap 15. Reitzler would stay glued to Huls back bumper over the final laps. Then coming off turn 4 on the final lap Reitzler was able to get under Huls. But Huls would hold on by half a car length to pick up his first win of the season at the Pepsi Lee County Speedway. Reitzler settled for 2nd, Oliver Jr. was 3rd, Pundt was 4th, with Cook holding on for 5th.

The final feature to take to the track on the night was the 20 lap Budweiser IMCA Modifieds, with Craig Spegal and Blake Woodruff leading the field to green. Woodruff jumped out front on lap 1 over Spegal and Kelly Buckallew. The lead for Woodruff only lasted 1 lap, as Spegal slipped under him to take over the top spot on lap 2. Just after the completion of lap 2 the first and only caution of the race appeared, as Buckallew, who was running 4th, spun in turn 2 to bring out the yellow. On the restart Spegal jumped back out front, with Dakota Simmons and Jeff Waterman, who started 7th, close behind. Spegal would hold the lead until lap 5, when Waterman used the bottom of the track to take the lead away. Waterman then pulled away to claim his second win of the season at the track. Spegal was 2nd, Bill Roberts Jr. started 8th and finished 3rd, Woodruff was 4th, with Simmons rounding out the top 5.

Coming up next week Friday, May 18th at the Pepsi Lee County Speedway will be another points night, being presented by Darkside Tint & Graphix, Driftwood 13, and Lee County EMS. In action will be the Steffes Late Models, Budweiser IMCA Modifieds, Donnellson Tire & Service IMCA Stock Cars, Discount Tire & Service IMCA SportMods, Coors Light Hobby Stocks, Armstrong Tractor IMCA Sport Compacts, and Vintage Cars.

Gates will open at 5:30 PM, hot laps at 7 PM, and racing at 7:30 PM. Grandstand admission will be adults $10, seniors (60+) $9, students (11-17) $5, and kids 10 & under FREE!! Pit passes are $25, age 7-13 $15, ages 4-6 $10, and ages 3 & under $3.

For more information about the Pepsi Lee County Speedway you can visit their website at www.leecountyspeedway.com, like them on Facebook, or call Brian Gaylord at 319-371-6744 or Mike Van Genderen at 641-521-0330.

OFFICIAL RESULTS

Pepsi Lee County Speedway, Donnellson, Iowa

Friday, May 11, 2018

Steffes Late Models

A-Feature: 1.  Sam Halstead, New London, IA; 2.  Jay Johnson, West Burlington, IA; 3.  Ron Boyse, Kalona, IA; 4.  Gunner Frank, Montrose, IA; 5.  Tommy Elston, Keokuk, IA; 6.  Aric Becker, Cedar Rapids, IA; 7.  Brandon Savage, Canton, MO; 8.  Darin Weisinger Jr., Mendon, IL; 9.  Brandon Queen, Keokuk, IA; 10. Todd Frank, Montrose, IA; 11.  Jeff Guengerich, Washington, IA (DNS)

Heat 1: 1.  Gunner Frank; 2.  Sam Halstead; 3.  Ron Boyse; 4.  Todd Frank; 5.  Aric Becker; 6.  Darin Weisinger Jr.

Heat 2: 1.  Jay Johnson; 2.  Tommy Elston; 3.  Brandon Savage; 4.  Brandon Queen; 5.  Jeff Guengerich (DNS)

 

Budweiser IMCA Modifieds

A-Feature: 1.  Jeff Waterman, Quincy, IL; 2.  Craig Spegal, New London, MO; 3.  Bill Roberts Jr., Burlington, IA; 4.  Blake Woodruff, Galesburg, IL; 5.  Dakota Simmons, Douds, IA; 6.  Jerad Fuller, Memphis, MO; 7.  Dennis LaVeine, West Burlington, IA; 8.  Austin Emry, Kellogg, IA; 9.  Dean McGee, Galesburg, IL; 10. Mitch Boles, New London, IA; 11. Kelly Buckallew, Memphis, MO; 12. Levi Smith, Donnellson, IA

Heat 1: 1.  Kelly Buckallew; 2.  Bill Roberts Jr.; 3.  Jerad Fuller; 4.  Craig Spegal; 5.  Dennis LaVeine; 6.  Dean McGee

Heat 2: 1.  Jeff Waterman;  2.  Blake Woodruff; 3.  Austin Emry; 4.  Dakota Simmons; 5.  Mitch Boles; 6.  Levi Smith

 

Donnellson Tire & Service IMCA Stock Cars

A-Feature: 1.  Abe Huls, Carthage, IL; 2.  Todd Reitzler, Grinnell, IA; 3.  John Oliver Jr., Danville, IA; 4.  Jeremy Pundt, Donnellson, IA; 5.  Jason Cook, Mt. Pleasant, IA; 6.  David Brandies, Wilton, IA; 7.  Corey Strothman, Mt. Union, IA; 8.  Dean Kratzer, Ft. Madison, IA; 9.  Jake Wenig, Burlington, IA; 10. Cody Washburne, New London, IA; 11. Spenscer Hopwood, Ottumwa, IA; 12. Jesse Wegs, Quincy, IL; 13. Dustin Griffiths, Hedrick, IA; 14. Beau Taylor, Canton, MO; 15. Les Blakley, Fairfield, IA; 16. Ray Raker, Burlington, IA; 17. Garrett Alexander, Russell, IA; 18. Brandon Lambert, Carthage, IL; 19. Kevin Koontz, Memphis, MO; 20. Chad Krogmeier, Burlington, IA (DNS)

Heat 1: 1.  Dean Kratzer; 2.  David Brandies; 3.  Jeremy Pundt; 4.  Beau Taylor; 5.  Kevin Koontz; 6.  Les Blakley; 7.  Jake Wenig (DNS)

Heat 2: 1.  Jason Cook; 2.  John Oliver Jr.; 3.  Dustin Griffiths; 4.  Jesse Wegs; 5.  Cody Washburne; 6.  Brandon Lambert; 7.  Garrett Alexander

Heat 3: 1.  Todd Reitzler; 2.  Abe Huls; 3.  Corey Strothman; 4.  Ray Raker; 5.  Spenscer Hopwood; 6.  Chad Krogmeier (DNS)

 

Discount Tire & Service IMCA SportMods

A-Feature: 1.  Brandon Lennox, New London, MO; 2.  Brandon Dale, Arbela, MO; 3.  Austen Becerra, Bowen, IL; 4.  Sean Wyett, Danville, IA; 5.  Dakota Sapp, Ottumwa, IA; 6.  Jim Walker, Mystic, IA; 7.  Michael Benjamin, Montrose, IA; 8.  Jeffrey DeLonjay, Quincy, IL; 9.  Kyle Hamelton, Keokuk, IA; 10. Bob Cowman, Quincy, IL

Heat: 1.  Austen Becerra; 2.  Brandon Dale; 3.  Jeffrey DeLonjay; 4.  Brandon Lennox; 5.  Sean Wyett; 6.  Bob Cowman; 7.  Jim Walker; 8.  Michael Benjamin; 9.  Kyle Hamelton; 10. Dakota Sapp

 

Coors Light Hobby Stocks

A-Feature: 1.  Aaron Martin, Richland, IA; 2.  Gene Nicklas, Grinnell, IA; 3.  Nathan Ballard, Marengo, IA; 4.  Ricky Miller Jr., Gorin, MO; 5.  Brok Hopwood, Ottumwa, IA

Heat: 1.  Nathan Ballard; 2.  Aaron Martin; 3.  Brok Hopwood; 4.  Gene Nicklas; 5.  Ricky Miller Jr.

 

Armstrong Tractor IMCA Sport Compacts

A-Feature: 1.  Barry Taft, Argyle, IA; 2.  Kimberly Abbott, Camp Point, IL; 3.  Brandon Reu, Donnellson, IA; 4.  Mike Reu, Donnellson, IA; 5.  Chuck Fullenkamp, West Point, IA; 6.  Robert Sturms, Burlington, IA; 7.  Mike Hornung Jr., Keokuk, IA; 8.  Kenny Smith, Donnellson, IA; 9.  Ashton Blain, Burlington, IA; 10. Jake Dietrich, Keokuk, IA; 11. Jason Ash, Burlington, IA (DNS)

Heat 1: 1.  Barry Taft; 2.  Mike Reu; 3.  Chuck Fullenkamp; 4.  Ashton Blain; 5.  Jake Dietrich; 6.  Jason Ash (DNS)

Heat 2: 1.  Kimberly Abbott; 2.  Brandon Reu; 3.  Kenny Smith; 4.  Robert Sturms; 5.  Mike Hornung Jr.

PostHeaderIcon Races are ON for Friday 5/11 – NO RAIN

Races for May 11, 2018 are still on. There has been no rain at the track and we are ready to race. See you tonight.