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PostHeaderIcon Elston, Waterman, Murty, and Lennox Winners at the Pepsi Lee County Speedway

by Brian Neal

Donnellson, IA (Friday, April 20, 2018) – Finally mother nature provided the Pepsi Lee County Speedway in Donnellson, Iowa with some spring like weather to get their 2018 points season started. Armstrong Tractor was the sponsor for the night, that saw action in seven classes. At the end of the night Tommy Elston (Steffes Late Models), Jeff Waterman (Budweiser IMCA Modifieds), Damon Murty (Donnellson Tire & Service IMCA Stock Cars), Brandon Lennox (Discount Tire & Service IMCA SportMods), Baiden Heskett (Legend Cars); Nathan Ballard (Coors Light Hobby Stocks), and Josh Barnes (Armstrong Tractor IMCA Sport Compacts) all ended up in victory lane.

The first feature to take to the track was the 30 lap Legend Cars, with Edward Farrington and Jason Utter drawing the front row. Utter used his front row start to grab the lead on lap 1 over Mike Mueller and Tim Brockhouse. Utter then held the top spot until lap 7, when Brockhouse slipped under him coming off turn 4 to take the lead. One lap later, lap 8, Farrington would spin in turn 1 to bring out the first yellow of the race. On the restart Brockhouse jumped back out front, with Utter and Mueller close behind. Brockhouse and Utter battled side-by-side for the top spot over the next 3 laps, when the second caution of the race slowed the battle on lap 12. Debris in turn 2 would cause the yellow. Brockhouse and Utter continued their battle for the lead on the restart, only to be slowed 4 laps later. Craig Peekenschneider spun in turn 1 on lap 17 to bring out the yellow. Utter would get under Brockhouse on the restart to grab the lead away. Only to be slowed 1 lap later, lap 19, for Peenkenschneider spinning in turn 4 to bring out another yellow. On the restart Brockhouse got into Utter in turn 1, which caused Utter to spin and bring the yellow light back on. Both driver’s would be sent to the back, with Baiden Heskett, who started 7th, inheriting the lead for the restart. The action was slowed after the completion of lap 20, when Adam Meyer spun in turn 4 to bring out the yellow. Heskett moved back out front on the restart, with Mueller and Drew Papke, who started 12th, close behind. The final caution of the race appeared on lap 22, when Ryan Sullivan, who was running 4th, spun in turn 1 from contact from Brockhouse to bring out the yellow. On the restart Heskett grabbed the lead, with Papke over taking Mueller for the runner up spot. Papke, who was running the top of the track, would over take Heskett for the top spot on lap 28. But coming to the white flag Heskett was able to slip under Papke to edge him at the line for the lead. Heskett then held off Papke to claim the win. Papke was 2nd, Utter recovered from the spin on lap 19 to come back up to finish 3rd, Mueller was 4th, with Warren Ropp rounding out the top 5.

Up next was the 20 lap Donnellson Tire & Service IMCA Stock Car feature, with Damon Murty and Brandon Lambert, who moved up from the Sport Compact class, drew the front row. But it was fourth place starter Jason See who used the top of the track to lead lap 1 over Murty and Jeff Mueller, who started 5th. The lead for See lasted for 1 lap, as Murty was able to get by him to lead lap 2. Then disaster would strike See on lap 5 when he clipped a tire in turn 2 and rolled to bring out the red. He would climb from his car okay. On the restart Murty moved back out front, with Mueller and Abe Huls, who started 8th, close behind. The action up front was slowed on lap 9, when John Oliver Jr., who was running 4th, spun in turn 2 to bring out the yellow. Murty jumped back out front on the restart, with Huls over taking Mueller for the runner up spot. Two laps later, lap 12, Mitch Meyer spun in turn 2 to bring the yellow light on. Once again Murty grabbed the lead on the restart, with Huls and Mueller glued to his back bumper. Mueller’s night would come to an end on lap 14 when his throttle stuck going into turn 3 causing him to go straight into the guardrail to bring out the yellow. On the restart Huls used the top of the track to take the lead away from Murty. But Murty would slid up in front of Huls coming off turn 4 to get the lead back on lap 16. Huls would continue to challenge Murty for the lead until lap 17, when his part of his dash flew up and blocked his vision. This would allow Murty to pull away for the win. Huls was able to hold on for 2nd, Beau Taylor came from 11th to finish in 3rd, Jason Cook started 10th and finished 4th, with Oliver Jr. recovering from his spin on lap 9 to come back up to finish 5th.

Jeff Waterman and Gatlin Leytham drew the front row for the 20 lap Budweiser IMCA Modified feature. Just as the green flag was waved the caution came out, as contact sent Mitch Boles spinning in turn 2 to bring out the yellow. On the original restart Waterman jumped out front, with Leytham and David Brown following. Brown would over take Leytham for the runner up spot on lap 6, and then tried keep pace with Waterman. But with out another caution to slow the action, Waterman would go on to pick up the win. David Brown was 2nd, Dennis LaVeine was 3rd, Kyle Brown nipped Bill Roberts Jr., who started 10th, at the line by inches to claim 4th, with Roberts Jr. in 5th.

The Discount Tire & Service IMCA SportMod feature was scheduled to go 20 laps. But with 5 cautions within the first 3 laps, the race was cut to 15 laps. Under green flag racing Ethan Braaksma, who started 9th, lead the field. Braaksma would hold the top spot until lap 7, when Brandon Lennox, who came from the rear after being involved in one of the early cautions, slipped under him for the lead. The only thing to slow Lennox down over the final laps was 3 more cautions. But on each restart Lennox grabbed the lead that he held until the checkered flag. Braaksma was 2nd, Tim Warner, who came down from Malone, Wisconsin, was 3rd, Ryan King was 4th, with Dakota Sapp coming home in 5th after starting in 16th.

Brandon Savage and Todd Frank drew the front row for the 20 lap Steffes Late Model feature, with Frank grabbing the lead on lap 1 over Savage and Sam Halstead. The action was slowed for only one time, as Savage tried to slid up in front of Frank in turn 4 on lap 2 and spun to avoid contact to bring out the yellow. On the restart Frank moved back out front, with Tommy Elston, who started 5th, over taking Halstead for 2nd. A couple of laps later Elston used the top of the track to grab the top spot away from Frank. While Elston set a fast pace out front, Ron Boyse, who started 7th, worked his way into second on lap 11. But without a caution Boyse ran out of time to chase down Elston, who went on to pick up the win. Boyse was 2nd, Jeff Guengerich was 3rd, Frank was 4th, with Halstead finishing 5th.

Up next was the 15 lap Coors Light Hobby Stock feature, with Gene Nicklas and Nathan Ballard drawing the front row for the event. Ballard took advantage of his draw to grab the lead on lap 1 over Nicklas and Aaron Martin. Martin’s run up front came to an end on lap 3, as he spun in turn 1 with a left front flat to bring out the yellow. On the restart Ballard moved back out front, with Nicklas and Mike Kincaid, who started 8th, close behind. While Ballard paced the field out front, Eric Stanton used the bottom and top of the track to move into second on lap 13. Then coming to the white flag he was able to get up next to Ballard for the lead. But Ballard was able to hold him off on the final lap to claim the win. Stanton settled for 2nd, Nicklas was 3rd, Brok Hopwood was 4th, with Kincaid rounding out the top 5.

The final feature to take to the track was the 14 lap Armstrong Tractor IMCA Sport Compacts, with Josh Barnes and Darin Weisinger Jr. drawing the front row. Barnes used his front row starting spot to jump out into the lead on lap 1 over Kimberly Abbott, who started 7th, and Chuck Fullenkamp, who started 5th. While Barnes paced the field out front, the action behind him was for second, third, fourth and fifth. With no caution to bunch the field up, Barnes went on to pick up the win. Abbott held on for 2nd, Brandon Reu was 3rd, Barry Taft came from 10th to finish 4th, with Fullenkamp coming home in 5th.

Coming up next week Friday, April 27th at the Pepsi Lee County Speedway will be another points night, as West Point Auto and Powersports brings you the nights action. 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, 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 $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, April 20, 2018 – Armstrong Tractor Night

Steffes Late Models

A-Feature: 1.  Tommy Elston, Keokuk, IA; 2.  Ron Boyse, Kalona, IA; 3.  Jeff Guengerich, Washington, IA; 4.  Todd Frank, Montrose, IA; 5.  Sam Halstead, New London, IA; 6.  Brandon Savage, Canton, MO; 7.  Gunner Frank, Montrose, IA; 8.  Chase Frank, Montrose, IA

Heat: 1.  Todd Frank; 2.  Gunner Frank; 3.  Brandon Savage; 4.  Sam Halstead; 5.  Tommy Elston; 6.  Jeff Guengerich; 7.  Ron Boyse; 8.  Chase Frank

 

Budweiser IMCA Modifieds

A-Feature: 1.  Jeff Waterman, Quincy, IL; 2.  David Brown, Kellogg, IA; 3.  Dennis LaVeine, West Burlington, IA; 4.  Kyle Brown, Madrid, IA; 5.  Bill Roberts Jr., Burlington, IA; 6.  Chris Zogg, New Liberty, IA; 7.  Dakota Simmons, Douds, IA; 8.  Mitch Boles, New London, IA; 9.  Kelly Buckallew, Memphis, MO; 10. Blake Woodruff, Galesburg, IL; 11. Gatlin Leytham, Toledo, IA; 12. Craig Spegal, New London, MO; 13. Shawn Ritter, Keystone, IA

Heat 1: 1.  Jeff Waterman; 2.  Dennis LaVeine; 3.  Gatlin Leytham; 4.  Mitch Boles; 5.  Bill Roberts Jr.; 6.  Dakota Simmons; 7.  Blake Woodruff

Heat 2: 1.  Shawn Ritter; 2.  Kyle Brown; 3.  Chris Zogg; 4.  Kelly Buckallew; 5.  David Brown; 6.  Craig Spegal

 

Donnellson Tire & Service IMCA Stock Cars

A-Feature: 1.  Damon Murty, Chelsea, IA; 2.  Abe Huls, Carthage, IL; 3.  Beau Taylor, Canton, MO; 4.  Jason Cook, Mt. Pleasant, IA; 5.  John Oliver Jr., Danville, IA; 6.  Ray Raker, Burlington, IA; 7.  Steven Mast, Palmyra, MO; 8.  Mitch Meyer, Chilton, WI; 9.  Brandon Lambert, Carthage, IL; 10. Jeff Mueller, Albion, IA; 11. Jason See, Albia, IA; 12. Jeremy Pundt, Donnellson, IA (DNS); 13. Kevin Koontz, Memphis, MO (DNS)

Heat 1: 1.  Jeff Mueller; 2.  John Oliver Jr.; 3.  Damon Murty; 4.  Jason See; 5.  Abe Huls; 6.  Beau Taylor; 7.  Mitch Meyer

Heat 2: 1.  Jason Cook; 2.  Ray Raker; 3.  Steven Mast; 4.  Brandon Lambert; 5.  Jeremy Pundt; 6.  Kevin Koontz

 

Discount Tire & Service IMCA SportMods

A-Feature: 1.  Brandon Lennox, New London, MO; 2.  Ethan Braaksma, Newton, IA; 3.  Tim Warner, Malone, WI; 4.  Ryan King, Montour, IA; 5.  Dakota Sapp, Ottumwa, IA; 6.  Jared Miller, Iowa City, IA; 7.  Bob Cowman, Quincy, IL; 8.  Jami Ritter, Keystone, IA; 9.  Kyle Hamelton, Keokuk, IA; 10. Ron Kibbe, Mt. Pleasant, IA; 11. Daniel Fellows, Keokuk, IA; 12. Brandon Dale, Arbela, MO; 13. Austin Howes, Memphis, MO; 14. Austen Becerra, Bowen, IL; 15. Hunter Gainer, Palmyra, MO; 16. Nathan Bringer, Lewistown, MO

Heat 1: 1.  Brandon Dale; 2.  Austen Becerra; 3.  Daniel Fellows; 4.  Brandon Lennox; 5.  Austin Howes; 6.  Jami Ritter; 7.  Hunter Gainer; 8.  Kyle Hamelton

Heat 2: 1.  Ethan Braaksma; 2.  Ron Kibbe; 3.  Nathan Bringer; 4.  Tim Warner; 5.  Ryan King; 6.  Jared Miller; 7.  Bob Cowman; 8.  Dakota Sapp

 

Legend Cars

A-Feature: 1.  Baiden Heskett, Alvarado, TX; 2.  Drew Papke, Bismarck, N.D.; 3.  Jason Utter, Columbus Junction, IA; 4.  Mike Mueller, Waupun, WI; 5.  Warren Ropp, Kalona, IA; 6.  Dave Eberle, Freeport, IL; 7.  Ryan Sullivan, Waupun, WI; 8.  Zach Less, Hopkinton, IA; 9.  Carson Less, Hopkinton, IA; 10. Jeremy Meyer, Cedar Rapids, IA; 11. Keith Meyer, Cedar Rapids, IA; 12. Adam Meyer, Cedar Rapids, IA; 13. Tim Franz, Oshkash, WI; 14. Tim Fredericks, Cedar Rapids, IA; 15. Craig Peekenschneider, Davenport, IA; 16. Edward Farrington, Cross Plains, WI; 17. Gary Dyer, Blue Grass, IA; 18. Brock Haines, Fairfield, IA; 19. Tim Brockhouse, Shakopee, MN

Heat 1: 1.  Jason Utter; 2.  Drew Papke; 3.  Zach Less; 4.  Baiden Heskett; 5.  Tim Fredericks; 6.  Brock Haines; 7.  Adam Meyer

Heat 2: 1.  Craig Peekenschneider; 2.  Keith Meyer; 3.  Dave Eberle; 4.  Edward Farrington; 5.  Tim Franz; 6.  Jeremy Meyer

Heat 3: 1.  Mike Mueller; 2.  Tim Brockhouse; 3.  Warren Ropp; 4.  Ryan Sullivan; 5.  Gary Dyer; 6.  Carson Less

 

Coors Light Hobby Stocks

A-Feature: 1.  Nathan Ballard, Marengo, IA; 2.  Eric Stanton, Carlisle, IA; 3.  Gene Nicklas, Grinnell, IA; 4.  Brok Hopwood, Ottumwa, IA; 5.  Mike Kincaid, Cincinnati, IA; 6.  Dakota Simonsen, Fairfax, IA; 7.  Kenzie Ritter, Keystone, IA; 8.  Aaron Martin, Richland, IA

Heat: 1.  Nathan Ballard; 2.  Aaron Martin; 3.  Eric Stanton; 4.  Gene Nicklas; 5.  Brok Hopwood; 6.  Dakota Simonsen; 7.  Kenzie Ritter; 8.  Mike Kincaid

 

Armstrong Tractor IMCA Sport Compacts

A-Feature: 1.  Josh Barnes, Keokuk, IA; 2.  Kimberly Abbott, Camp Point, IL; 3.  Brandon Reu, Donnellson, IA; 4.  Barry Taft, Argyle, IA; 5.  Chuck Fullenkamp, West Point, IA; 6.  Darin Weisinger Jr., Mendon, IL; 7.  Mike Reu, Donnellson, IA; 8.  David Prim, Hamelton, IL; 9.  Mike Hornung Jr., Keokuk, IA; 10. Pat Schantz, Luray, MO; 11. Jake Dietrich, Keokuk, IA; 12. Alyssa Steele, Keokuk, IA

Heat 1: 1.  Josh Barnes; 2.  Darin Weisinger Jr.; 3.  Pat Schantz; 4.  Chuck Fullenkamp; 5.  Alyssa Steele; 6.  Jake Dietrich

Heat 2: 1.  Brandon Reu; 2.  Kimberly Abbott; 3.  Mike Reu; 4.  Barry Taft; 5.  Mike Hornung Jr.; 6.  David Prim

PostHeaderIcon Pepsi Lee County Speedway Set to Open the 2018 Season With “Spring Extravaganza”

by Brian Neal

Donnellson, IA (Sunday, March 18, 2018) – Five months don’t seem like a lot of time in between races, but that is what it has been since the fans, driver’s, and crews have had off since the final race of 2017. Depending on mother nature, the wait to go racing in 2018 at the Pepsi Lee County Speedway in Donnellson, Iowa is about over with the kick-off coming Friday, March 23rd and Saturday, March 24th. Golden Eagle Distributing out of Mt. Pleasant, Iowa is helping to bring you the 6th Annual “Spring Extravaganza” this weekend.

 

In action both nights this weekend will be the Budweiser Modifieds, Donnellson Tire & Service Stock Cars, Discount Tire & Service SportMods, Coors Light Hobby Stocks, and Armstrong Tractor Sport Compacts. Both nights will be a complete show, with a full payout each night. All drivers will draw for there starting spot in the heat races each night, with a redraw being used to help determine the feature line-ups.

 

The Budweiser Modifieds, Donnellson Tire & Service Stock Cars and Discount Tire & Service SportMods will be racing Friday night for $1,000 to win and $100 guaranteed to start the feature. While the Armstrong Tractor Sport Compacts are racing for $300 to win and $50 to start their feature on Friday night. On Saturday, if you raced on Friday, the Budweiser Modifieds will be racing for $1,500 to win. While the Stock Cars and SportMods will be racing for $1,250 to win. The Armstrong Tractor Sport Compacts will be going for $400 to win. A driver can still show up and just race on Saturday, but the Budweiser Modifieds, Donnellson Tire & Service Stock Cars, and Discount Tire & Service SportMods that race Saturday only will be racing for $1,000 to win. With the Armstrong Tractor Sport Compacts only going for $300 to win, if you race Saturday only.

Also joining the card both Friday and Saturday will be the Coors Light Hobby Stocks racing for $300 to win each night. While the Steffes Late Models will join the card on Saturday only. Entry fees for both nights will be $50 for the Budweiser Modifieds, Donnellson Tire & Service Stock Cars, and Discount Tire & Service SportMods, with the Armstrong Tractor Sport Compacts having a $25 entry fee both nights. The Coors Light Hobby Stocks will have NO entry fee each night, as well as the Steffes Late Models on Saturday night.

 

Friday nights, and if you can only race Saturday, complete payouts will be as follows: MODIFIEDS – 1. $1,000, 2. $600, 3. $400, 4. $300, 5. $250, 6. $200, 7. $190, 8. $180, 9. $170, 10. $160, 11. $150, 12. $140, 13. $130, 14. $120, 15. $110, 16.-24. $100 TOW $75…STOCK CARS & SPORTMODS – 1. $1,000, 2. $500, 3. $350, 4. $250, 5. $200, 6. $150, 7. $140, 8. $130, 9. $120, 10. $110, 11. $105, 12.-24. $100 TOW $75….SPORT COMPACTS – 1. $300, 2. $200, 3. $100, 4. $95, 5. $90, 6. $85, 7. $80, 8. $75, 9. $70, 10. $65, 11. $60, 12. $55, 13.-24. $50 TOW $25.

 

Gates on Friday will open at 5:30 PM, Hot Laps at 7 PM, with Racing at 7:30 PM. On Saturday Gates will open at 4 PM, Hot Laps at 6 PM, with Racing at 6:30 PM. Grandstand admission for each night will be adults $15, seniors (60+) $14, students (11-17) $8, and kids 10 & under FREE! Pit passes each night will be $30, ages (7-13) $20, ages (4-6) $10, and ages 3 & under $3.

 

The following rules will apply for this weekend: A Working Raceceivers Mandatory In All Classes – 454.000……NO GROOVED TIRES ON REAR IN ANY CLASS!!!MODIFIEDS – IMCA Rules Apply except for the following:  IMCA Stamped Hoosier or American Racer G60 tires may be grooved on the front…Non IMCA legal cars must run 25 lbs. in front of mid plate…All Aluminum headed motors must add 50 lbs. of lead on front by the motor…Roller motors and stud girdles are legal…Quick change rear ends are legal…Fuel pump on transmission is legal…Front tubular is okay…7800 RPM chip with all open motors…Rear suspension must be IMCA legal…Lift arms must add 25 lbs. extra!STOCK CARS – IMCA Rules Apply with the following allowed: IMCA Stamped Hoosier or American Racer G60 tires may be grooved on the front…Aftermarket blocks are okay…SPORTMODS – IMCA or USRA Rules Apply with the following allowed: IMCA Stamped Hoosier or American Racer G60 tires may be grooved on the front…USRA legal SportMods must run NO Spoiler…HOBBY STOCKS – IMCA Rules Apply with floater rend ends allowed….SPORT COMPACTS – IMCA Rules Apply.

 

Don’t forget the top 8 Donnellson Tire & Service Stock Cars, Discount Tire & Service SportMods, Coors Light Hobby Stocks, and Armstrong Tractor Sport Compacts in points, with perfect attendance at the “Spring Extravaganza” on March 23rd and March 24th at the Pepsi Lee County Speedway in Donnellson, Iowa, and the “Inaugural Memphis Shootout” on March 30th and March 31st at the Pepsi Scotland County Speedway in Memphis, Missouri will be locked into the King of the Hill races on practice night Tuesday, April 3rd at the Pepsi Lee County Speedway in Donnellson, Iowa. Shawn’s Hay Grinding has stepped up to offer the Donnellson Tire & Service Stock Cars and Discount Tire & Service SportMods $250 to win, the Coors Light Hobby Stocks $150 to win, and the Armstrong Tractor Sport Compacts $100 to win there King of the Hill races.

 

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

PostHeaderIcon Guengerich, Cook, and Becerra Score First Wins

by Brian Neal
Donnellson, IA (Friday, May 12, 2017) – Another beautiful Friday night meant another great night of racing at the Lee County Speedway in Donnellson, Iowa. The night would kick off right at 7:30 PM, with the final checkered flag waving at 9:45 PM. This was helped with only 6 cautions in 93 laps of feature racing. At the end of the night three drivers would find victory lane for the first time of the season at the track, while two others picked up their second wins.

The 15 lap Armstrong Tractor IMCA Sport Compact feature was the first to take to the track, with Kenny Smith and Daniel Fellows leading the field to the drop of the green flag. Fellows would take advantage of his front row start to grab the lead on lap 1 over Brandon Lambert and Barry Taft, who started 6th. Coming off turn 4 on lap 3 Taft would slip under Fellows to take over the top spot, with Kimberly Abbott, who started 7th moving into second. While Taft worked to hold off Abbott, on the bottom of the track, Lambert would use the top of the track. On lap 6 Lambert over took Abbott for second, and then went to work on Taft for the lead. Lambert was able to pull up beside Taft coming off turn 4 on lap 8, but then got into the guardrail in turn 1 and fell back to fourth. Abbott would move back into second and then challenged Taft over the final 7 laps for the top spot. But Taft was able to hold off all her challenges in a caution free race to pick up his second win of the season at the track. Abbott was 2nd, Lambert recovered to finish 3rd, Fellows was 4th, with Travis DeMint coming from 8th to finish 5th.

Up next was the 20 lap Donnellson Tire & Service IMCA Stock Car feature, with Scott Jordan and Kevin Koontz making up the front row. But it was third place starter Jason Cook who jumped out into the lead on lap 1 over Abe Huls, who started 5th, and Jordan. While Cook set a fast pace out front the battles behind him went two and three wide at times, as several drivers who started deep in the field were trying to work there way towards the front. Just as Cook was starting to pull away from the field the first and only caution of the race appeared on lap 11, which helped to bring the field back to Cook’s back bumper. On the restart Cook moved back out front, with Huls and Jason See, who started 9th, close behind. While Huls and See worked the middle and bottom grooves of the track, John Oliver Jr., who started 10th, went to the top to climb into the runner up spot on lap 15. But Oliver Jr. would run out of laps to chase down Cook for the lead, who went on to claim his first win of the season at the track. Oliver Jr. settled for 2nd, Huls was 3rd, See was 4th, with Dustin Griffiths finishing 5th after starting in 12th.

Charles VanZandt and Jeff Guengerich drew the front row for the 20 lap Steffes UMP Pro Late Model feature, with Guengerich grabbing the lead on lap 1 over Denny Woodworth and VanZandt. Woodworth would look under Guengerich on laps 2 thru 5, as the the two raced side-by-side around the 3/8th’s mile. But Guengerich was able to use the momentum off the top of the track each lap to nip Woodworth at the line to hold the lead. The action up front was slowed for the first time on lap 6, as Derek Sammons spun into the guardrail in turn 1 to bring out the yellow. On the restart Guengerich moved back out front, with Woodworth, and Sam Halstead close behind. One lap later, on lap 7, the second caution appeared, as debris in turn 4 slowed the field. Once again Guengerich jumped back out front on the restart, with Woodworth and Halstead following. Once again Woodworth would try to work under Gunegerich over the next 3 laps, when the final caution of the race slowed the battle on lap 10. Sammons would spin in turn 2 to bring out his second solo caution of the race to end his night.

Guengerich again grabbed the lead on the restart, with Woodworth and Halstead close behind. While Woodworth worked to hold off Halstead for the runner up spot, Guengerich was able to put a few cars lengths between them. But once Woodworth got back into his groove he was able to close back in on Guengerich coming to the white flag. But Guengerich was able to hold him off to pick up his first win of the season at the Lee County Speedway. Woodworth was 2nd, Halstead was 3rd, Tommy Elston started 10th and finished 4th, with Nick Marolf, in an IMCA restricted car, rounding out the top 10.

Up next was the 20 lap Budweiser IMCA Modified feature, with Larry McConnell and Mitch Boles leading the field to the drop of the green flag. But it was fourth place starter Dennis LaVeine who jumped out front on lap 1 over McConnell and Dakota Simmons. While LaVeine set the pace out front, Jeff Waterman, who started 7th, worked his way into second on lap 3. Then on lap 6 Waterman would slip under LaVeine coming off turn 4 to take over the top spot. Waterman was setting such a torrid pace that there was no way of catching him with out a caution. And that caution never happened, as the race went caution free, which allowed Waterman to claim his second win of the season at the track. LaVeine was 2nd, Blake Woodruff was 3rd, Simmons was 4th, with Dean McGee finishing in 5th after starting in 10th.

The final feature to take to the track on the night was the 20 lap Shottenkirk Parts Express IMCA SportMods, with Dave Kraus and Brandyn Ryan on the front row. On the drop of the green flag it was Austen Becerra, who started third, grabbing the lead on lap 1 over Kraus and Brandon Dale. Kraus’ run up front would come to an end on lap 2, as he spun in turn 2 and collected John Oliver Jr. to bring out the first caution of the race. On the restart Becerra jumped back out front, with Tony Dunker, who started 8th, over taking Dale for second. Dunker would follow in Becerra’s tire tracks over the next 4 laps, when the second and final caution of the race slowed the action on lap 7. This time Ryan slowed to a stop in turn 2 to bring out the yellow. Becerra once again grabbed the lead on the restart, with Dunker and now Vance Wilson, who was driving Chuck Ancell’s number #28 and started 9th, following. Dunker tried to look under Becerra over the final 12 laps, but Becerra was able to hold him off to pick up his first win of the season at the track. Dunker was 2nd, Wilson was 3rd, Dan Keltner started 11th and finished 4th, with Dale coming home in 5th.

Coming up next Friday, May 19, 2017 at the Lee County Speedway in Donnellson, Iowa will be another weekly racing night presented by Lee County EMS. In action on the night will be the Steffes UMP Pro Late Models, Budweiser IMCA Modifieds, Donnellson Tire & Service IMCA Stock Cars, Shottenkirk Parts Express IMCA SportMods, and the 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 $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 Lee County Speedway you can visit their website page at www.leecountyspeedway.com, like them on Facebook, or call Mike Van Genderen at 641-521-0330.

OFFICIAL RESULTS
Lee County Speedway, Donnellson, IA
Friday, May 12, 2017 – Regular Points Night

Steffes UMP Pro Late Models

A-Feature: 1.  Jeff Guengerich, Washington, IA; 2.  Denny Woodworth, Mendon, IL; 3.  Sam Halstead, New London, IA; 4.  Tommy Elston, Keokuk, IA; 5.  Nick Marolf, Moscow, IA; 6.  Brandon Savage, Canton, MO; 7.  Todd Frank, Montrose, IA; 8.  Gunner Frank, Montrose, IA; 9.  Greg Kastli, Waterloo, IA; 10. Charles VanZandt, Camp Point, IL; 11. Laine VanZandt, Camp Point, IL; 12. Derek Sammons, Luray, MO; 13. Derek Liles, Eldon, IA (DNS); 14. Chase Frank, Montrose, IA (DNS)

Heat 1: 1.  Nick Marolf; 2.  Denny Woodworth; 3.  Tommy Elston; 4.  Jeff Guengerich; 5.  Charles VanZandt; 6.  Laine VanZandt; 7.  Derek Sammons

Heat 2: 1.  Sam Halstead; 2.  Todd Frank; 3.  Derek Liles; 4.  Brandon Savage; 5.  Gunner Frank; 6.  Greg Kastli; 7.  Chase Frank

Budweiser IMCA Modifieds

A-Feature: 1.  Jeff Waterman, Quincy, IL; 2.  Dennis LaVeine, West Burlington, IA; 3.  Blake Woodruff, Galesburg, IL; 4.  Dakota Simmons, Douds, IA; 5.  Dean McGee, Galesburg, IL; 6.  Larry McConnell, Burlington, IA; 7.  Jerad Fuller, Memphis, MO; 8.  Bill Roberts Jr., Burlington, IA; 9.  Mitch Boles, New London, IA; 10. Kelly Buckallew, Memphis, MO; 11. Bobby Six, Warsaw, IA; 12. Jardin Fuller, Memphis, MO

Heat 1: 1.  Jeff Waterman; 2.  Dennis LaVeine; 3.  Larry McConnell; 4.  Mitch Boles; 5.  Jerad Fuller; 6.  Jardin Fuller

Heat 2: 1.  Bill Roberts Jr.; 2.  Dakota Simmons; 3.  Bobby Six; 4.  Blake Woodruff; 5.  Dean McGee; 6.  Kelly Buckallew

Donnellson Tire & Service IMCA Stock Cars

A-Feature: 1.  Jason Cook, Mt. Pleasant, IA; 2.  John Oliver Jr., Danville, IA; 3.  Abe Huls, Carthage, IL; 4.  Jason See, Albia, IA; 5.  Dustin Griffiths, Hedrick, IA; 6.  Jeremy Pundt, Donnellson, IA; 7.  Dean Kratzer, Ft. Madison, IA; 8.  Corey Strothman, Mt. Union, IA; 9.  Louis Lynch, Glenwood, MO; 10. Scott Jordan, Wapello, IA; 11. Kevin Koontz, Memphis, MO; 12. Chase Exlline, Centerville, IA; 13. Jake Powers, Plainville, IL

Heat 1: 1.  John Oliver Jr.; 2.  Abe Huls; 3.  Dean Kratzer; 4.  Jeremy Pundt; 5.  Scott Jordan; 6.  Jake Powers; 7.  Chase Exlline

Heat 2: 1.  Jason Cook; 2.  Jason See; 3.  Louis Lynch; 4.  Corey Strothman; 5.  Kevin Koontz; 6.  Dustin Griffiths

Shottenkirk Parts Express IMCA SportMods

A-Feature: 1.  Austen Becerra, Bowen, IL;  2.  Tony Dunker, Quincy, IL; 3.  Vance Wilson, Quincy, IL; 4.  Dan Keltner, Grandview, IA; 5.  Brandon Dale, Arbela, MO; 6.  Blaine Webster, Ottumwa, IA; 7.  Brandon Symmonds, Keokuk, IA; 8.  Bob Cowman, Quincy, IL; 9.  Kyle Hill, Mt. Pleasant, IA; 10. Dave Kraus, Keokuk, IA; 11. Brandyn Ryan, Coatsburg, IL; 12. John Oliver Jr., Danville, IA; 13. Tom Lathrop, Ottumwa, IA

Heat 1: 1.  Austen Becerra; 2.  Dave Kraus; 3.  Brandon Dale; 4.  Brandon Symmonds; 5.  Vance Wilson; 6.  Dan Keltner; 7.  Tom Lathrop

Heat 2: 1.  Tony Dunker; 2.  John Oliver Jr.; 3.  Kyle Hill; 4.  Blaine Webster; 5.  Brandyn Ryan; 6.  Bob Cowman

Armstrong Tractor IMCA Sport Compacts

A-Feature: 1.  Barry Taft, Argyle, IA; 2.  Kimberly Abbott, Camp Point, IL; 3.  Brandon Lambert, Carthage, IL; 4.  Daniel Fellows, Keokuk, IA; 5.  Travis DeMint, Warsaw, IL; 6.  Brandon Reu, Donnellson, IA; 7.  Alyssa Steele, Keokuk, IA; 8.  Mike Reu, Donnellson, IA; 9.  David Prim, Hamelton, IL; 10. Kenny Smith, Donnellson, IA; 11. Darin Weisinger Jr., Mendon, IL; 12. Billy Cain, Floris, IA; 13. Mike Hornung Jr., Keokuk, IA; 14. Josh Barnes, Keokuk, IA; 15. Jake Dietrich, Keokuk, IA (DNS)

Heat 1: 1.  Daniel Fellows; 2.  Mike Reu; 3.  Travis DeMint; 4.  Josh Barnes; 5.  Kenny Smith; 6.  Brandon Reu; 7.  Darin Weisinger Jr.; 8.  Billy Cain

Heat 2: 1.  Barry Taft; 2.  Brandon Lambert; 3.  Kimberly Abbott; 4.  David Prim; 5.  Alyssa Steele; 6.  Mike Hornung Jr.; 7.  Jake Dietrich

PostHeaderIcon Close Finishes Highlight Thursday Nights Action

by Brian Neal
Donnellson, IA (Thursday, May 4, 2017) – A rare Thursday night of racing was held at the Lee County Speedway in Donnellson, Iowa, as the Lucas Oil MLRA Late Models made there first of two stops at the track for 2017. The action was being presented by Roberts Tire Center out of Burlington, Iowa, and if you missed the racing then you missed out on some close finishes.

The first feature to take to the track was the 20 lap Donnellson Tire & Service IMCA Stock Cars, with Jake Wenig and Abe Huls drawing the front row. But just as the green flag was dropped the caution light would come on, as Chad Krogmeier and Dean Kratzer spun in turn 2 to bring out the yellow. On the original restart third place starter John Oliver Jr. slipped under Wenig and Huls to grab the lead on lap 1. Oliver Jr. then started to put some distance on the two and three wide battles going on behind, when the second and final caution of the race appeared on lap 9 to bring the field back to his back bumper. This time Kevin Koontz spun in turn 2 to bring out the yellow. Oliver Jr. jumped back out front on the restart, but now had Damon Murty, who started 12th, and Jeff Mueller, who started 11th, close behind him. Murty and Mueller raced side-by-side over the next several laps in the battle for second, when Mueller finally settled into the spot on lap 16. Mueller quickly closed on Oliver Jr.’s back bumper, as the two came off turn four for the white flag bumper to bumper. Going into turn 3 on the final lap Muller was able to get under Oliver Jr., as the two raced off turn 4 side-by-side. Oliver Jr. would edge Mueller at the line by inches to claim his first win of the year at the track and the $1,000 top prize that went with it. Mueller was 2nd, Murty finished 3rd, Mike Hughes started 10th and finished 4th, with Jeremy Pundt coming home in 5th after starting in 8th.

Up next was the 40 lap Lucas Oil MLRA Late Model feature, with Chris Simpson and Terry Phillips leading the field to the green flag. But just as the green was waved the caution light would come on, as Brent Larson, Chase Junghans, Jordan Yaggy, and Al Humphrey got together in turn 1 to bring out the yellow. The following original restart saw Chris Simpson grab the lead on lap 1 over Chad Simpson and Phillips. Chris Simpson was setting such a torrid pace, that by lap 10 he started to enter lapped traffic. While Chris paced the field out front, Tony Jackson Jr., who started 5th, and Jimmy Mars, who started 7th, were working their way towards the front. Jackson Jr. would slip into 3rd on lap 10, and then used the middle of the track trough heavy lapped traffic to grab the runner up spot on lap 15. On lap 22 Mars made the move to take over the 3rd spot, as he and Jackson Jr. went to work on cutting into Chris Simpson’s lead.

By lap 28 Jackson Jr. and Mars were within striking distance of Chris for the lead, as they worked heavy lapped traffic that raced side-by-side in front of them. Coming off turn 2 to complete lap 30, Chris Simpson went three wide off the top of the track to clear the two lap cars in front of him. The move then helped Chris Simpson to put some distance between himself and Jackson Jr. and Mars. As Chris Simpson went on to pick up the win in a caution free race after the caution on the start. Jackson Jr. settled for 2nd, Mars was 3rd, Chad Simpson was 4th, with Billy Moyer coming from 11th to round out the top 5.

Tony Dunker and Carter VanDenBerg drew the front row for the 20 lap Shottenkirk Parts Express IMCA SportMod feature, with VanDenBerg grabbing the lead on lap 1 over Dunker and Kyle Hill. VanDenBerg then had to work to hold off Dunker over the next 5 laps, when the first caution of the race appeared on lap 6. Austen Becerra spun in turn 4 to bring out the yellow. On the restart Dunker used the momentum off the top of the track in turn 4 to grab the lead away from VanDenBerg, with Logan Anderson, who started 7th, moving into third. VanDenBerg then followed in Dunker’s tire tracks, until disaster struck him on lap 16. He would slow off turn 4 with a right rear flat to bring out the second and final caution of the race. Dunker grabbed the lead on the restart, with Brandon Lennox, who started 9th, over taking Anderson for second. While Lennox and Anderson raced side-by-side for the runner up spot, this allowed Dunker to pull away over the final laps to pick up his second win in a row at the track, and the $1,000 top prize that went with it, Anderson won the battle for 2nd, Lennox was 3rd, Jim Gillenwater started 12th and passed 8 cars to come home in 4th, with Brian Efkamp finishing 5th after starting in 10th.

Up next was the 25 lap Budweiser IMCA Modified feature, with Jacob Murray and Kelly Shryock leading the field to the drop of the green flag. Shryock would take advantage of his starting spot to jump out front on lap 1 over Murray and Hunter Marriott, who started 5th. Shryock, who was mostly using the top of the track, set a torrid pace out front that forced him to maneuver through heavy lapped traffic by lap 12. The lapped traffic would allow Marriott to slip into the runner up spot on lap 18, and also cut into Shryock’s lead. A lap car running the high side of the track, slowed Shryock enough coming off turn 4 on lap 22 to allow Marriott to grab the top spot. But a lapped car running the bottom of the track, allowed Shryock to use the momentum off the top of the track in turn 4 coming to the white flag to take the lead back. Shryock then held off Marriott at the line in a caution free race to claim his first win of the season at the track, and pick up the $1,000 top prize to go with it. Murray was 3rd, Richie Gustin was 4th, with Chris Zogg rounding out the top 5.

The final feature to take to the track on the night was the 15 lap Armstrong Tractor IMCA Sport Compacts, with Kimberly Abbott and Steven Struck drawing the front row. But it was third place starter Josh Barnes who grabbed the lead on lap 1 over Abbott and Barry Taft, who started 5th. Barnes then held the top spot until lap 6, when Abbot slipped under him to grab the lead. While Abbott set the pace out front, Jake Dietrich, Taft and Barnes battled for the runner up spot. Taft would secure second on lap 10, and then went to work on Abbott for the lead. Coming off turn 4 for the white flag Taft was able to get under Abbott to grab the lead away. But Abbott would slip under Taft going into turn 3 to edge him out at the line to claim her first win of the season at the track and the $300 top prize. Taft settled for 2nd, Dietrich was 3rd, Barnes was 3rd, with Travis DeMint coming home in 5th after starting in 10th.

Coming up next Friday, May 12, 2017 at the Lee County Speedway in Donnellson, Iowa will be another weekly racing night. In action on the night will be the Steffes UMP Pro Late Models, Budweiser IMCA Modifieds, Donnellson Tire & Service IMCA Stock Cars, Shottenkirk Parts Express IMCA SportMods, and the 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 $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 Lee County Speedway you can visit their website page at www.leecountyspeedway.com, like them on Facebook, or call Mike Van Genderen at 641-521-0330.

OFFICIAL RESULTS

Lee County Speedway, Donnellson, IA
Thursday, May 4, 2017 – Roberts Tire Center Night

Lucas Oil MLRA Late Models

A-Feature: 1. Chris Simpson, Oxford, IA; 2. Tony Jackson Jr., Lebanon, MO; 3. Jimmy Mars, Menominie, WI; 4. Chad Simpson, Mt. Vernon, IA; 5. Billy Moyer, Batesville, AR; 6. Terry Phillips, Springfield, MO; 7. JC Wyman, Griswold, IA; 8.Tyler Bruening, Decorah, IA; 9. Dave Eckrich, Oxford, IA; 10. Raymond Merrill, Sallisaw, OK; 11. Jesse Stovall, Galena, MO; 12. Rodney Sanders, Happy, TX; 13. Spencer Diercks, Davenport, IA; 14. Jason Feger, Bloomington, IL; 15. Bob Gardner, Germantown Hills, IL; 16. Payton Looney, Republic, MO; 17. Ricky Thornton Jr., Chandler, AZ; 18. Brent Larson, Lake Elmo, MN; 19. Brantlee Gotschall, Nevada, MO; 20. Randy Timms, Wheatland, OK; 21. Justin Asplin, Birch Tree, MO; 22. Al Humphrey, Giltner, NE; 23. Chase Junghans, Manhatten, KS; 24. Jordan Yaggy, Rochester, MN

B-Feature: 1. Payton Looney 2. Chase Junghans 3. Brantlee Gotschall 4. Bob Gardner 5. Randy Timms 6. Jordan Yaggy 7. Jeremy Grady, Story City, IA; 8. Rickey Frankel, Quincy, IL; 9. Gordy Gundaker, St. Charles, MO; 10. Jay Johnson, West Burlington, IA; 11. Justin Asplin 12. Al Humphrey 13. Mike Stadel, Rapid City, SD; 14. Todd Frank, Montrose, IA; 15. Richard Weber, Kirksville, MO; 16. Rob Toland, Colona, IL; 17. Justin Reed, Quincy, IL

Heat 1: 1. Payton Looney 2. Jason Feger 3. Spencer Diercks 4. Raymond Merrill 5. Bob Gardner 6. Payton Looney 7. Justin Reed 8. Justin Asplin 9. Richard Weber

Heat 2: 1. Dave Eckrich 2. Jimmy Mars 3. JC Wyman 4. Ricky Thornton Jr 5. Jeremy Grady 6. Randy Timms 7. Chase Junghans

Heat 3: 1. Terry Phillips 2. Jesse Stovall 3. Brent Larson 4. Tyler Bruening 5. Brantlee Gotschall 6. Al Humphrey 7. Jay Johnson 8. Todd Frank

Heat 4: 1. Chad Simpson 2. Tony Jackson Jr 3. Billy Moyer 4. Rodney Sanders 5. Rob Toland 6. Gordy Gundaker 7. Rickey Frankel 8. Mike Stadel

 

Budweiser IMCA Modifieds

A-Feature: 1.  Kelly Shryock, Fertile, IA; 2.  Hunter Marriott, Brookfield, MO; 3.  Jacob Murray, Hartford, IA; 4.  Richie Gustin, Gilman, IA; 5.  Chris Zogg, New Liberty, IA; 6.  Johnny Scott, Cameron, MO; 7.  Jesse Hoeft, Forest City, IA; 8.  Jeff Waterman, Quincy, IL; 9.  Colby Springsteen, Wapello, IA; 10. Michael Long, Fowler, IL; 11. Kyle Brown, Madrid, IA; 12. Rob Toland, Colona, IL; 13. Corey Dripps, Reinbach, IA; 14. Jardin Fuller, Memphis, MO; 15. Shawn Ritter, Keystone, IA; 16. Bill Roberts Jr., Burlington, IA; 17. Luke Merfeld, Dubuque, IA; 18. Blake Woodruff, Galesburg, IL; 19. Dennis LaVeine, West Burlington, IA; 20. Dave Wietholder, Liberty, IL; 21. Steve Stewart, Burlington, IA; 22. Dugan Thye, Burlington, IA; 23. Dakota Simmons, Douds, IA; 24. Craig Spegal, New London, MO

B-Feature: 1.  Corey Dripps; 2.  Luke Merfeld; 3.  Blake Woodruff; 4.  Craig Spegal; 5.  Dave Wietholder; 6.  Dugan Thye; 7.  Mitch Boles, New London, IA; 8.  Matt Bodman, Muscatine, IA; 9.  David Brown, Kellogg, IA; 10. Larry McConnell, Danville, IA; 11. Kelly Buckallew, Memphis, MO

Heat 1: 1.  Chris Zogg; 2.  Bill Roberts Jr.; 3.  Jardin Fuller; 4.  Dakota Simmons; 5.  Dennis LaVeine; 6.  Kyle Brown; 7.  Luke Merfeld; 8.  Larry McConnell; 9.  Blake Woodruff; 10. Mitch Boles

Heat 2: 1.  Richie Gustin; 2.  Johnny Scott; 3.  Colby Springsteen; 4.  Rob Toland; 5.  Jesse Hoeft; 6.  Michael Long; 7.  Dave Wietholder; 8.  David Brown; 9.  Corey Dripps; 10. Craig Spegal

Heat 3: 1.  Jeff Waterman; 2.  Jacob Murray; 3.  Hunter Marriott; 4.  Kelly Shryock; 5.  Steve Stewart; 6.  Shawn Ritter; 7.  Matt Bodman; 8.  Dugan Thye; 9.  Kelly Buckallew

Donnellson Tire & Service IMCA Stock Cars

A-Feature: 1.  John Oliver Jr., Danville, Ia; 2.  Jeff Mueller, Albion, IA; 3.  Damon Murty, Chelsea, IA; 4.  Mike Hughes, Oskaloosa, IA; 5.  Jeremy Pundt, Donnellson, IA; 6.  Abe Huls, Carthage, IL; 7.  Cole Mather, Fairbank, IA; 8.  Louis Lynch, Glenwood, MO; 9.  Cayden Carter, Oskaloosa, IA; 10. Norman Chesmore, Rowley, IA; 11. Jay Schmidt, Tama, IA; 12. Corey Strothman, Mt. Union, IA; 13. Dean Kratzer, Ft. Madison, IA; 14. Michael Larsen, Monroe City, MO; 15. Kevin Koontz, Memphis, MO; 16. Chase Exlline, Centerville, IA; 17. Scott Jordan, Wapello, IA; 18. Derrick Agee, Huntsville, MO; 19. Jim Redmann, Lockridge, IA; 20. Shane Paris, Wilton, IA; 21. Jake Wenig, Burlington, IA; 22. Chad Krogmeier, Burlington, IA; 23. Jason Cook, Mt. Pleasant, IA; 24. Les Blakley, Fairfield, IA (DNS)

Heat 1: 1.  Mike Hughes; 2.  Jake Wenig; 3.  Louis Lynch; 4.  Jeremy Pundt; 5.  Jim Redmann; 6.  Norman Chesmore; 7.  Dean Kratzer; 8.  Michael Larsen

Heat 2: 1.  Abe Huls; 2.  Damon Murty; 3.  Shane Paris; 4.  Corey Strothman; 5.  Jay Schmidt; 6.  Scott Jordan; 7.  Kevin Koontz; 8.  Les Blakley

Heat 3: 1.  Jeff Mueller; 2.  Derrick Agee; 3.  John Oliver Jr.; 4.  Cole Mather; 5.  Chad Krogmeier; 6.  Chase Exlline; 7.  Cayden Carter; 8.  Jason Cook

 

Shottenkirk Parts Express IMCA SportMods

A-Feature: 1.  Tony Dunker, Quincy, IL; 2.  Logan Anderson, Eddyville, IA; 3.  Brandon Lennox, New London, MO; 4.  Jim Gillenwater, Keokuk, IA; 5.  Brian Efkamp, Ankeny, IA; 6.  Austin Howes, Memphis, MO; 7.  Sean Wyett, Danville, IA; 8.  Austen Becerra, Bowen, IL; 9.  Kyle Hill, Mt. Pleasant, IA; 10. Kevin Dickey, East Moline, IL; 11. Jacob Whittington, Davenport, IA; 12. Bob Cowman, Quincy, IL; 13. Travis Hartman, Burlington, IA; 14. Carter VanDenBerg, Oskaloosa, IA; 15. Brandyn Ryan, Coatsburg, IL; 16. Ryan Walker, Wilton, IA; 17. Brandon Dale, Arbela, MO (DNS); 18. John Oliver Jr., Danville, IA

Heat 1: 1.  Tony Dunker; 2.  Jim Gillenwater; 3.  Sean Wyett; 4.  Austin Howes; 5.  Bob Cowman; 6.  Travis Hartman

Heat 2: 1.  Carter VanDenBerg; 2.  Austen Becerra; 3.  Ryan Walker; 4.  Jacob Whittington; 5.  Brandyn Ryan; 6.  John Oliver Jr.

Heat 3: 1.  Brandon Lennox; 2.  Logan Anderson; 3.  Brian Efkamp; 4.  Kyle Hill; 5.  Brandon Dale; 6.  Kevin Dickey

Armstrong Tractor IMCA Sport Compacts

A-Feature: 1.  Kimberly Abbott, Camp Point, IL;  2.  Barry Taft, Argyle, IA; 3.  Jake Dietrich, Keokuk, IA; 4.  Josh Barnes, Keokuk, IA; 5.  Travis DeMint, Warsaw, IL; 6.  Brandon Lambert, Carthage, IL; 7.  Steven Struck, Atalissa, IA; 8.  Levi Heath, Wilton, IA; 9.  Daniel Fellows, Keokuk, IA; 10. Brandon Reu, Donnellson, IA; 11. David Prim, Hamelton, IL; 12. Ron Kibbe, Mt. Pleasant, IA; 13. Darin Weisinger Jr., Mendon, IL; 14. Mike Reu, Donnellson, IA; 15. Kenny Smith, Donnellson, IA; 16. Ashton Blain, Burlington, IA; 17. Brandon Cruise, West Liberty, IA; 18. Mike Hornung Jr., Keokuk, IA; 19. William Michel, Muscatine, IA; 20. Jacob Smith, Atalissa, IA

Heat 1: 1.  Daniel Fellows; 2.  David Prim; 3.  Levi Heath; 4.  Brandon Lambert; 5.  Ashton Blain; 6.  Brandon Cruise; 7.  Jacob Smith

Heat 2: 1.  Josh Barnes; 2.  Jake Dietrich; 3.  Travis DeMint; 4.  Mike Reu; 5.  Darin Weisinger Jr.; 6.  Brandon Reu; 7.  Mike Hornung Jr.

Heat 3: 1.  Barry Taft; 2.  Steven Struck; 3.  Kimberly Abbott; 4.  Ron Kibbe; 5.  Kenny Smith; 6.  William Michel