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PostHeaderIcon August 24th – $3 Grandstands, $20 Pit Passes

Friday, August 24th will be “Throwback” Season Championship Night being presented by Shottenkirk. All ages 11 & up will be admitted to the Grandstands for just $3, and kids 10 & under are still FREE!! Pit passes will be $20, ages (7-13) $15, ages (4-6) $10, and ages (3 & under) $3. This is a way to say THANK YOU to all the fans, driver’s, their crews and families for your support of the Pepsi Lee County Speedway over the entire season.

PostHeaderIcon August 31st – MLRA Late Models and 305 Sprints

We just wanted to give you a heads up, so that you can spread the word and make plans to join us on Friday, August 31st. Our Lucas Oil MLRA Late Model event that was rained out back on May 3rd will be made up on this night. The 305 Sprints will be racing for $600 to win, with draw / redraw being used as the format.

 

PostHeaderIcon Huls Scores His 100th IMCA Sanctioned Stock Car Win

by Brian Neal
Donnellson, IA (Friday, August 17, 2018) – For the second year in a row mother nature tried to put a damper on the mid August Sprint Invaders show at the Pepsi Lee County Speedway in Donnellson, Iowa. But even with an inch of rain on Thursday and more rain around the area on Friday, the track crew was able to get the track in shape to race. At the end of the night action, that was presented by Midwest Performance & Power and Wilson Brothers BBQ, one driver earned his third career win at the track, another scored his first career win, with another claiming his first win of the season at the speedway. While three others won for multiple times this year, one of which was his 100th IMCA sanctioned win.

The first feature to take to the track was the 14 lap Armstrong Tractor IMCA Sport Compacts, with Jacob Houston and Jake Dietrich leading the field to the drop of the green flag. Dietrich would take advantage of his starting spot to jump out into the lead on lap 1 over Houston and Brandon Reu. The action up front was slowed for the first time on lap 2, as Adam Christy slowed in turn 3 to bring out the yellow. On the restart Dietrich moved back out front, with Reu taking the runner up spot from Houston. Reu then tried to work under Dietrich for the top spot over the next 3 laps. When the second caution of the race appeared on lap 6 to slow the action. Debris in turn 2 would bring out the yellow. Once again Dietrich jumped back out front on the restart, with Reu, Kimberly Abbott, and Barry Taft battling behind him. That action up front was slowed for the final time of the race on lap 9, as the fire crew had to go to the pits to attend to a fire on Houston’s car. On the restart Dietrich moved back out front, with Reu, Taft and Abbott glued to his back bumper. Reu would try to get under Dietrich for the top spot over the final laps. But Dietrich was able to hold him off to score his first career win. Brandon Reu was 2nd, Taft was 3rd, Abbott was 4th, with Mike Reu rounding out the top 5.

Up next was the 18 lap Discount Tire & Service IMCA SportMod feature, with Jim Powell and Bob Cowman leading the field to green. But just as the green flag waved the yellow light would come on, as Brandon Dale, Adam Birck, Steven Berry and Brandon Symmonds collided in turn 4 to bring out the yellow. On the following original restart Daniel Fellows shot from his fourth place starting spot to grab the lead on lap 1 over Jeff Frana and Sean Wyett, who started 7th. Fellows then started to pull away from the rest of the field, when the second caution of the race appeared on lap 5 to slow him down. Doug Begheger would spin in turn 2 to bring out the yellow. On the restart Fellows jumped back out front, with Austen Becerra and Wyett following behind him. Becerra tried the top and low side of the track to get the top spot away from Fellows over the next 6 laps. When another caution would slow the action, as Brian Bergheger would spin in turn 2 to bring out the yellow. Fellows moved back out front on the restart, with Becerra and Wyett looking for a way around him. The battle up front was slowed for the final time on lap 16, as Brian Bergheger got sideways in front of the leaders coming off turn 4 to bring out the yellow. On the restart Fellows jumped out front and then held off Becerra and Wyett to claim his fourth win of the season at the track. Becerra was 2nd, Wyett was 3rd, Cowman was 4th, with Frana coming home in 5th.

Dustin Clark and Jon Agan led the field to green in the 25 lap Sprint Invaders feature. But it was third place starter Randy Martin who would grab the lead on lap 1 over Clark and Agan. The action was slowed for the first time of the race on lap 2, as Damian Getchell lost an engine off turn 2 to bring out the yellow. On the restart Martin jumped back out front, with Paul Nienhiser, who started 7th in Scott Bonar’s #50 machine, over taking Agan, whose nose wing came loose, for the runner up spot. Nienhiser then try to keep pace with Martin, when the second caution appeared on lap 6 to slow the action. This time Agan spun in turn 2 to bring out the yellow. Martin grabbed the lead on the restart, with Nienhiser and Cody Wehrle glued to his back bumper.

Martin would start to enter lapped traffic on lap 12, which allowed Nienhiser to close in on him. Then on lap 13 Nienhiser would use the lapped traffic to take the top spot away. One lap later, lap 14, McKenna Haase, who started 9th and was running 4th, slowed to a stop down the backstretch to bring out the yellow. Nienhiser grabbed the lead on the restart, with Martin and Wehrle trying to keep pace with him. Just when it looked like Nienhiser would hold on over the final laps to pick up the win, the final caution of the race appeared on lap 19. Bailey Goldesberry and Dugan Thye collided in turn 3 to bring out the yellow, and setting up a six lap dash to the win. On the restart Nienhiser jumped back out front, with Martin looking under him for the lead. Going into turn 3 to come around to complete lap 22, Martin drove it hard into the turn and then slid up in front of Nienhiser coming off turn 4 to grab the top spot away. Martin then pulled away over the final laps to claim his third career Sprint Invaders win at the Pepsi Lee County Speedway. Nienhiser was 2nd, Wehrle was 3rd, Jarrod Schneiderman came from 11th to finish in 4th, with Clark finishing 5th.

Up next was the 20 lap Donnellson Tire & Service IMCA Stock Car feature, with Kevin Koontz and Cody McClure making up the front row. But it was fourth place starter John Oliver Jr. who grabbed the lead on lap 1 over Koontz and Chad Krogmeier. As Oliver Jr. set the pace out front, the rest of the field would battle two and even three wide behind him. Abe Huls, who started 5th and fell back to sixth on lap 1, would work himself into the runner up spot on lap 5 and then went to work on Oliver Jr. for the top spot. Huls would try to work under Oliver Jr., as the two raced side-by-side around the 3/8th’s mile. But Oliver Jr. was able to hold him off, that was until lap 12. Huls would edge out front, as Oliver Jr. try to fight back. Oliver Jr. stayed glued to Huls back bumper over the final laps, but was unable to get by Huls for the win. As Huls held on for his sixth win of the season at the track, but most importantly it was his 100th carer IMCA sanctioned Stock Car feature win. Oliver Jr. was 2nd, Jeremy Pundt was 3rd, Beau Taylor came from 8th to finish in 4th, with Krogmeier rounding out the top 5.

Dean McGee and Dennis LaVeine led the field to green in the 20 lap Budweiser IMCA Modified feature, with McGee using his starting spot to his advantage to lead lap 1 over LaVeine and Bill Roberts Jr. Just after lap was scored complete the first and only caution of the race appeared, as debris in turn 1 brought out the yellow. On the restart Roberts Jr. shot under McGee to take over the top spot, with LaVeine following him into the runner up spot. LaVeine tried to work under Roberts Jr. over the next three laps, but Roberts Jr. would hold him off each time. Then coming off turn 4 to complete lap 5 Roberts Jr. drifted high, which allowed LaVeine to shoot by for the lead. LaVeine then drifted high coming off turn 2 to allow Roberts Jr. to shoot back by him to take the top spot back on lap 7. Roberts Jr. then held off LaVeine and Jeff Waterman over the final laps to score his fourth win of the season at the Pepsi Lee County Speedway. LaVeine was 2nd, Waterman was 3rd, McGee was 4th, with Larry Herring making a last lap pass to finish 5th.

The final feature to take to the track on the night was the 20 lap Steffes Late Models, with Brandon Queen and Jeff Guengerich on the front row for the event. Guengerich would take advantage of his starting spot to grab the lead on lap 1 over Sam Halstead and Queen. While Guengerich set a fast pace out front, Tommy Elston, who started 5th, worked himself into the runner up spot on lap 3. Elston then went to work into cutting into Guengerich’s lead. But without a caution to slow the action, and even with Guengerich having to maneuver some lapped cars, Elston would run out of time. As Guengerich held on to claim his first win of the season at the track. Elston settled for 2nd, Ron Boyse was 3rd, Halstead was 4th, with Queen coming home in 5th.

Coming up next Friday, August 24th at the Pepsi Lee County Speedway will be “Throwback” Season Championship Night, presented by Shottenkirk. In action to determine the 2018 track champions 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. A regular points invert will be used in all classes.

Gates will open at 5:30 PM, hot laps at 7 PM, and racing at 7:30 PM. Grandstand admission will be $3 for all ages 11 and up, with kids 10 & under FREE!! Pit passes are $20, 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.

 

OFFICIAL RESULTS

Pepsi Lee County Speedway, Donnellson, Iowa

Friday, August 17, 2018 – Midwest Performance & Power and Wilson Brothers BBQ Night

Sprint Invaders

A-Feature: 1. Randy Martin, California, MO; 2. Paul Nienhiser, Chapin, IL; 3. Cody Wehrle, Burlington, IA; 4. Jarrod Schneiderman, West Burlington, IA; 5. Dustin Clark, Agency, IA; 6. Brayden Gaylord, Wever, IA; 7. Ben Wagoner, Emden, IL; 8. Justin Buchholz, Davenport, IA; 9. Rob Weuve, Oakland Acres, IA; 10. Brady Barker, New Berlin, IL; 11. Daniel Bergquist, Burlington, IA; 12. Dugan Thye, Burlington, IA; 13. Harold Pohren, Lowell, IA; 14. Bailey Goldesberry, Springfield, IL; 15. McKenna Haase, Des Moines, IA; 16. John Schulz, West Burlington, IA; 17. Jon Agan, Knoxville, IA; 18. Dave Getchell, Sperry, IA; 19. Damian Getchell, Sperry, IA; 20. Evan Martin, Lohman, MO

B-Feature: (Top 4 to A) 1. Justin Buchholz; 2. Ben Wagoner; 3. Daniel Bergquist; 4. Dugan Thye; 5. Joey Laue, Morning Sun, IA; 6. John Greenwood, Woodward, IA; 7. Doug Sylvester, Ottumwa, IA; 8. Tanner Gebhardt, Burlington, IA (DNS); 9. Dave Keperling, Hannibal, MO (DNS) 10. Colten Fisher, Mediapolis, IA (DNS) 11. Matt Krieger, Burlington, IA (DNS)

Heat 1: 1. Damian Getchell; 2. Randy Martin; 3. Bailey Goldesberry; 4. John Schulz; 5. Brady Barker; 6. Harold Pohren; 7. Ben Wagoner; 8. John Greenwood; 9. Dave Keperling, Hannibal, MO (DNS)

Heat 2: 1. Cody Wehrle; 2. McKenna Haase; 3. Dustin Clark; 4. Rob Weuve; 5. Dave Getchell; 6. Justin Buchholz; 7. Joey Laue; 8. Doug Sylvester; 9. Colten Fisher, Mediapolis, IA

Heat 3: 1. Jon Agan; 2. Evan Martin; 3. Paul Nienhiser; 4. Brayden Gaylord; 5. Jarrod Schneiderman; 6. Daniel Bergquist; 7. Dugan Thye; 8. Tanner Gebhardt; 9. Matt Krieger (DNS)

Shake-up Dash: 1. Jon Agan; 2. Randy Martin; 3. Cody Wehrle; 4. Damian Getchell; 5. Dustin Clark; 6. Evan Martin (DNS)

 

Steffes Late Models

A-Feature: 1.  Jeff Guengerich, Washington, IA; 2.  Tommy Elston, Keokuk, IA; 3.  Ron Boyse, Kalona, IA; 4.  Sam Halstead, New London, IA; 5.  Brandon Queen, Keokuk, IA; 6.  Darin Weisinger Jr., Mendon, IL

Heat: 1.  Ron Boyse; 2.  Tommy Elston; 3.  Jeff Guengerich; 4.  Sam Halstead; 5.  Brandon Queen; 6.  Darin Weisinger Jr.

 

Budweiser IMCA Modifieds

A-Feature: 1.  Bill Roberts Jr., Burlington, IA; 2.  Dennis LaVeine, West Burlington, IA; 3.  Jeff Waterman, Quincy, IL; 4.  Dean McGee, Galesburg, IL; 5.  Larry Herring, Lone Tree, IA; 6.  Dakota Simmons, Douds, IA; 7.  Mitch Boles, New London, IA; 8.  Jardin Fuller, Memphis, MO

Heat: 1.  Jeff Waterman; 2.  Dennis LaVeine; 3.  Dean McGee; 4.  Larry Herring; 5.  Bill Roberts Jr.; 6.  Jardin Fuller; 7.  Dakota Simmons; 8.  Mitch Boles

 

Donnellson Tire & Service IMCA Stock Cars

A-Feature: 1.  Abe Huls, Carthage, IL; 2.  John Oliver Jr., Danville, IA; 3.  Jeremy Pundt, Donnellson, IA; 4.  Beau Taylor, Canton, MO; 5.  Chad Krogmeier, Burlington, IA; 6.  Cody McClure, Bloomfield, IA; 7.  Scott Jordan, Wapello, IA; 8.  Kevin Koontz, Memphis, MO; 9.  Jason Cook, Mt. Pleasant, IA

Heat: 1.  John Oliver Jr.; 2.  Abe Huls; 3.  Kevin Koontz; 4.  Jeremy Pundt; 5.  Cody McClure; 6.  Chad Krogmeier; 7.  Jason Cook; 8.  Beau Taylor; 9.  Scott Jordan

 

Discount Tire & Service IMCA SportMods

A-Feature: 1.  Daniel Fellows, Keokuk, IA; 2.  Austen Becerra, Bowen, IL; 3.  Sean Wyett, Danville, IA; 4.  Bob Cowman, Quincy, IL; 5.  Jeff Frana, Ottumwa, IA; 6.  Jim Powell, Hannibal, MO; 7.  Rick Kruger, Sigourney, IA; 8.  Doug Bergheger, Keokuk, IA; 9.  Brian Bergheger, Keokuk, IA; 10. Adam Birck, Canton, MO; 11. Kyle Hamelton, Keokuk, IA; 12. Brandon Dale, Arbela, MO; 13. Steven Berry, Ottumwa, IA; 14. Brandon Symmonds, Keokuk, IA

Heat 1: 1.  Austen Becerra; 2.  Sean Wyett; 3.  Jeff Frana; 4.  Jim Powell; 5.  Steven Berry; 6.  Doug Bergheger; 7.  Brian Bergheger

Heat 2: 1.  Brandon Dale; 2.  Adam Birck; 3.  Daniel Fellows; 4.  Bob Cowman; 5.  Brandon Symmonds; 6.  Kyle Hamelton; 7.  Rick Kruger

 

Armstrong Tractor IMCA Sport Compacts

A-Feature: 1.  Jake Dietrich, Keokuk, IA; 2.  Brandon Reu, Donnellson, IA; 3.  Barry Taft, Argyle, IA; 4.  Kimberly Abbott, Camp Point, IL; 5.  Mike Reu, Donnellson, IA; 6.  Aaron Berry, Mt. Pleasant, IA; 7.  Matt Milligan, Cedar Rapids, IA; 8.  Cody Bowman, Mt. Pleasant, IA; 9.  Robert Sturms, Burlington, IA; 10. Jason Ash, Burlington, IA; 11. Kegan Birck, Canton, MO; 12. Jacob Houston, Burlington, IA; 13. David Prim, Hamelton, IL; 14. Adam Christy, Ft. Madison, IA

Heat 1: 1.  Jacob Houston; 2.  Brandon Reu; 3.  Jason Ash; 4.  Barry Taft; 5.  Robert Sturms; 6.  Cody Bowman; 7.  David Prim

Heat 2: 1.  Mike Reu; 2.  Kimberly Abbott; 3.  Jake Dietrich; 4.  Aaron Berry; 5.  Adam Christy; 6.  Matt Milligan; 7.  Kegan Birck

PostHeaderIcon Anderson’s First Career Modified Feature Win Comes at the Pepsi Lee County Speedway

by Brian Neal
Donnellson, IA (Friday, August 3, 2018) – With the calendar turning to August this week, that only means the 2018 season for track points at the Pepsi Lee County Speedway is about over. After the completion of Friday nights Archie’s Auto Service Night there is only two point nights left, August 17th and 24th. Two driver’s claimed their fist wins of the season at the track, while one of those was their first career in the division. The other three driver’s earned repeat wins on the season.

The 14 lap Armstrong Tractor IMCA Sport Compact feature was the first to take to the track, with Kenny Smith and Jake Dietrich leading the field to green. Dietrich used his starting spot to his advantage, by jumping out front to lead lap 1 over Josh Barnes and Smith. On lap 3 Barnes would slip past Dietrich to take over the top spot, with Barry Taft, who started 9th, over taking Dietrich for the runner up spot one lap later. Taft then tried to work under Barnes over the final laps. But Barnes would hold him off to pick up his third win of the season at the track. Taft settled for 2nd, Kimberly Abbott finished 3rd after starting in 8th, Brandon Reu was 4th, with Smith rounding out the top 5.

Up next was the 18 lap Discount Tire & Service IMCA SportMod feature, with Jim Walker and Jim Powell making up the front row for the event. But it was fourth place starter Austin Howes who grabbed the lead on lap 1 over Walker and Brandyn Ryan. Then just as Howes started to pull away from the field, the first caution of the race appeared on lap 8. Austen Becerra, who was running 3rd, spun in turn 2 to bring out the yellow. On the restart Howes jumped back out front, but now had Daniel Fellows, who started 7th, and Adam Birck, who started 9th, glued to his back bumper. The action up front was slowed for the second time of the race on lap 11, when Bob Cowman spun in turn 2 to bring out the yellow. Howes once again grabbed the lead on the restart, with Fellows and Birck continuing to follow. Fellows tried to work under Howes over the next 4 laps, when another caution slowed the action on lap 16. Powell would spin in turn 4 to bring out the yellow. On the restart Howes moved back out front, with Fellows and Becerra, who recovered from his spin on lap 8, close behind. Just after the lap was scored complete another caution came out, as Jeff Frana spun in turn 4 to bring out the yellow. Disaster would strike to top two runners on the restart, as contact between Fellows and Howes sent Howes spinning in turn 2 to bring out the yellow. On the following restart Birck jumped out front, with Brandon Dale, who started 8th, and Becerra following. Birck would hold on over the final laps to claim his first win of the season at the Pepsi Lee County Speedway. Dale was 2nd, Becerra was 3rd, Ryan was 4th, with Cowman recovering from his spin on lap 11 to come back up to finish in 5th.

Kevin Koontz and Dean Kratzer led the field to green in the 20 lap Donnellson Tire & Service IMCA Stock Car feature, with Kratzer edging out Darin Thye and Abe Huls, who started 8th, to lead lap 1. Thye would edge out Kratzer at the line to take the top spot away on lap 2. But Huls would take over the lead from Thye on lap 3. The only thing to slow Huls down on the night, was the first and only caution of the race on lap 6. Cody McClure would spin in turn 4 to bring out the yellow. On the restart Huls jumped back out front, with Jeremy Pundt, who started 5th, and John Oliver Jr., who started 7th, following. While the battle went two wide for the runner up spot Huls would pull away. Oliver Jr. would edge out Pundt for second on lap 9, and then went to work on cutting into Huls lead. But without another caution to slow Huls down, there was no catching him. As he pulled away to pick up his fifth win of the season at the track. Oliver Jr. was 2nd, Beau Taylor finished 3rd, Pundt was 4th, with Brandon Savage coming from 9th to round out the top 5.

Up next was the 20 lap Steffes Late Model feature, with Cliff Powell and Darin Weisinger Jr. making up the front row. Powell took advantage of his starting spot to hold off Jeff Guengerich by inches to lead lap 1. But Guengerich would grab the top spot away from Powell on lap 2. Three laps later, lap 5, Sam Halstead, who started 7th, worked under Guengerich coming off turn 4 to grab the lead. Halstead then started to pull away, as Chuck Hanna, who started 9th, was working his way towards the front. Hanna would take over the second spot on lap 10, and then went to work on cutting into Halstead’s lead. On lap 16 Halstead would enter lapped traffic, which allowed Hanna to close in on him quickly. But Hanna would run out of laps to challenge Halstead, who went on to win his second in a row and third overall at the Pepsi Lee County Speedway. Hanna settled for 2nd, Tommy Elston came from 8th to finish in 3rd, Todd Frank was 4th, with Ron Boyse coming home in 5th.

The final feature to take to the track on the night was the 20 lap Budweiser IMCA Modifieds, with Levi Smith and Kelly Buckallew bringing the field to green. But it was fifth place starter Logan Anderson, who started 5th, that edged Smith at the line by inches on the bottom to lead lap 1. Jeff Waterman, who started 7th, would take over the runner up spot on lap 2, and then followed in Anderson’s tire tracks over the next 11 laps. The action up front was slowed for the first and only time on lap 13, as Buckallew spun in turn 4 to bring out the yellow. On the restart Anderson jumped back out front, with Waterman and Bill Roberts Jr. close behind. While Anderson worked the bottom of the speedway, Waterman worked the middle of turns 1 & 2 and the top in turns 3 & 4. Coming to the wave of the green flag, signaling two laps to go, Waterman used the momentum off the top of turn 4 to get up beside Anderson down the front stretch. But then going into turn 3 to come to the white flag Waterman drifted high in turn 4, which allowed Anderson to put a couple of car lengths between them going into turn 1. Waterman wouldn’t give up on the high side, as he used it going into turn 3 on the final lap. He then used the momentum off turn 4 to try one last attempt to get the win, but Anderson was able to hold him off to score his first career Modified feature win. Waterman settled for 2nd, Roberts Jr. was 3rd, Dennis LaVeine started 8th and finished 4th, with John Oliver Jr., who started 9th after a late driver change in Bill Baker’s #03B machine, finishing in 5th.

Coming up next at the Pepsi Lee County Speedway will be the second and final visit of the season by the Sprint Invaders on Friday, August 17th, with the action being presented by Midwest Performance & Power, and Wilson Brothers BBQ. Joining the Sprint Invaders for a points night 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, and 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.

 

OFFICIAL RESULTS

Pepsi Lee County Speedway, Donnellson, Iowa

Friday, August 3, 2018 – Archie’s Auto Service Night

 

Steffes Late Models

A-Feature: 1.  Sam Halstead, New London, IA; 2.  Chuck Hanna, Port Byron, IL; 3.  Tommy Elston, Keokuk, IA; 4.  Todd Frank, Montrose, IA; 5.  Ron Boyse, Kalona, IA; 6.  Jeff Guengerich, Washington, IA; 7.  Darin Weisinger Jr., Mendon, IL; 8.  Cliff Powell, Hannibal, MO; 9.  Brandon Queen, Keokuk, IA; 10. Derek Liles, Cedar Rapids, IA

Heat 1: 1.  Chuck Hanna; 2.  Sam Halstead; 3.  Cliff Powell; 4.  Brandon Queen; 5.  Jeff Guengerich

Heat 2: 1.  Tommy Elston; 2.  Todd Frank; 3.  Ron Boyse; 4.  Derek Liles; 5.  Darin Weisinger Jr.

 

Budweiser IMCA Modifieds

A-Feature: 1.  Logan Anderson, Eddyville, IA; 2.  Jeff Waterman, Quincy, IL; 3.  Bill Roberts Jr., Burlington, IA; 4.  Dennis LaVeine, West Burlington, IA; 5.  John Oliver Jr., Danville, IA; 6.  Dakota Simmons, Douds, IA; 7.  Dean McGee, Galesburg, IL; 8.  Kelly Buckallew, Memphis, MO; 9.  Levi Smith, Donnellson, IA; 10. Mitch Boles, New London, IA

Heat 1: 1.  Bill Roberts Jr.; 2.  Dennis LaVeine; 3.  Kelly Buckallew; 4.  Dean McGee; 5.  Levi Smith

Heat 2: 1.  Jeff Waterman; 2.  Logan Anderson; 3.  John Oliver Jr.; 4.  Dakota Simmons; 5. Mitch Boles (DNS)

 

Donnellson Tire & Service IMCA Stock Cars

A-Feature: 1.  Abe Huls, Carthage, IL; 2.  John Oliver Jr., Danville, IA; 3.  Beau Taylor, Canton, MO; 4.  Jeremy Pundt, Donnellson, IA; 5.  Brandon Savage, Canton, MO; 6.  Dean Kratzer, Ft. Madison, IA; 7.  Kevin Koontz, Memphis, MO; 8.  Darin Thye, Burlington, IA; 9.  Cody McClure, Bloomfield, IA; 10. Jesse Wegs, Quincy, IL; 11. Jason Cook, Mt. Pleasant, IA

Heat 1: 1.  Jeremy Pundt; 2.  John Oliver Jr.; 3.  Brandon Savage; 4.  Kevin Koontz; 5.  Darin Thye; 6.  Jesse Wegs

Heat 2: 1.  Abe Huls; 2.  Dean Kratzer; 3.  Jason Cook; 4.  Beau Taylor; 5.  Cody McClure

 

Discount Tire & Service IMCA SportMods

A-Feature: 1.  Adam Birck, Canton, MO; 2.  Brandon Dale, Arbela, MO; 3.  Austen Becerra, Bowen, IL; 4.  Brandyn Ryan, Coatsburg, IL; 5.  Bob Cowman, Quincy, IL; 6.  Jim Walker, Mystic, IA; 7.  Jeff Frana, Ottumwa, IA; 8.  Jim Powell, Hannibal, MO; 9.  Kyle Hamelton, Keokuk, IA; 10. Austin Howes, Memphis, MO; 11. Daniel Fellows, Keokuk, IA; 12. Brian Bergheger, Keokuk, IA; 13. Jace Morrow, Memphis, MO

Heat 1: 1.  Austen Becerra; 2.  Austin Howes; 3.  Brandon Dale; 4.  Jeff Frana; 5.  Jim Powell; 6.  Jace Morrow; 7.  Kyle Hamelton

Heat 2: 1.  Adam Birck; 2.  Brandyn Ryan; 3.  Daniel Fellows; 4.  Jim Walker; 5.  Bob Cowman; 6.  Brian Bergheger

 

Armstrong Tractor IMCA Sport Compacts

A-Feature: 1.  Josh Barnes, Keokuk, IA; 2.  Barry Taft, Argyle, IA; 3.  Kimberly Abbott, Camp Point, IL; 4.  Brandon Reu, Donnellson, IA; 5.  Kenny Smith, Donnellson, IA; 6.  David Prim, Hamelton, IL; 7.  Jake Dietrich, Keokuk, IA; 8.  Ashton Blain, Burlington, IA; 9.  Jacob Houston, Burlington, IA; 10. Chuck Fullenkamp, West Point, IA; 11. Mike Reu, Donnellson, IA (DNS)

Heat 1: 1.  Josh Barnes; 2.  Brandon Reu; 3.  Barry Taft; 4.  David Prim; 5.  Kenny Smith; 6.  Ashton Blin

Heat 2: 1.  Jake Dietrich; 2.  Mike Reu; 3.  Kimberly Abbott; 4.  Jacob Houston; 5.  Chuck Fullenkamp