Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Allard Wins SCCT Race At Antioch, Sargent Win Dwarf Car Nationals At Merced, More

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 Allard Takes SCCT Main Event At Antioch Speedway

Antioch...June 17...Jonathan Allard won the Sprint Car Challenge Tour Main Event Saturday night at Antioch Speedway.  Due to a few red flag periods in the scheduled 40 lap Main Event and a fast approaching curfew, the race was shortened to 25 laps.  The Rod Tiner owned car was actually driven to victory by Cory Eliason at the first Antioch race, but Allard took over the driving duties as Eliason competed elsewhere.

Allard shared the front row with Kyle Hirst, and the two raced into the lead from the start.  Ryan Bernal was running third when a yellow flag flew on lap 10 for Zach Lynskey.  The lead trio remained the same until the red flag was displayed on lap 19 for a Kalib Henry flip.  A couple of yellow flags flew after the restart, the second of which saw the end to Bernal's run in third.  Two more red flags flew before lap 23, the first for a Herman Klein flip and the second for a flip by Cody Lamar.  Allard was still leading Hirst, and it was decided to cut the race to 30 laps or curfew.  The race made it to 25 laps with Allard winning ahead of Hirst.  Mitchell Faccinto, Sean Becker and Colby Copeland made up the remainder of the Top 5.  Hirst won the six lap Trophy Dash, while Becker, Lamar, Faccinto and Steven Tiner were ten lap heat race winners.  Justin Sanders won the 15 lap B Main ahead of Andy Gregg and Scott Hall.

A regular All Star Series program will be on the agenda next Saturday night with Winged 360 Sprint Cars, DIRTcar Late Models, A Modifieds, Limited Late Models and Dwarf Cars all seeing action.  For further information, go to www.antiochspeedway.com.

Race Results
SCCT Sprint Cars
Heat winners-Sean Becker, Cody Lamar, Mitchell Faccinto, Steven Tiner.  Trophy Dash-Kyle Hirst.  B Main-Justin Sanders, Andy Gregg, Scott Hall.  Main Event-Jonathan Allard, Kyle Hirst, Mitchell Faccinto, Sean Becker, Colby Copeland, Bradley Terrell, Tony Gualda, Willie Croft, Steven Tiner, Mason Moore.

Sargent Wins WSDCA Dwarf Car Nationals,
Dean Wins Hobby Stocks At Merced Speedway

Merced, CA...June 17...Matt Sargent won the 30 lap Pro Dwarf Car Main Event Saturday night at Merced Speedway.  This was Night #2 of the WSDCA Dwarf Car Nationals, which attracted over 60 Dwarf Cars in the format that ran three different classifications. The Pro group had well over 30 competitors, and the Top 10 finishers from Friday night's feature were locked into the 10 lap Fast Dash on Saturday.  Sargent finished second in that race behind Cameron Diatte to earn the outside front row starting spot for the feature.  Unfortunately for Diatte, his race ended at 15 laps.  Like Diatte, Sargent is a past SBDCA Dwarf Car champion, but he is a member of the Sin City Dwarf Car group in Las Vegas, Nevada. 

Sargent followed up on his fourth place finish on Friday night with an impressive winning performance on Saturday.  NCDCA's Danny Wagner had a second on Friday and repeated that on Saturday, just ahead of Oregon's Jake Van Ortwick.  NCDCA'a Ryan "Ice Chip" Winter and Oregon's James Bringster were Top 5 finishers as Darren Brown, John Isabella, Dustin Loughton, Michael "Spanky" Grenert and Rich Abbott rounded out the Top 10.  The drivers who didn't qualify for the Fast Dash ran ten lap heat races with wins going to Josh King, Michael Tobiason and Ryan Martinez.  Zack Albers won the 15 lap B Main ahead of Eric Muse and Martinez.

Kevin Bender had an impressive night with wins in the Veteran Dwarf Car division Fast Dash and 20 lap Main Event.  Bender beat fellow NCDCA competitors Buddy Olschowka and Antioch point leader Kevin Miraglio to win the Fast Dash.  Olschowka fell back a few spots by the time the Main Event ended, and Bender prevailed ahead of fellow NCDCA member Mike Reeder and Miraglio.  NCDCA competitor Scott Dahlgren beat Olshowka back to the line for fourth as Bob Freheit, Eric Weisler, Angel Figuera, Jack Haverty and Charlie Correia made up the remainder of the Top 10.  Weisler won the lone ten lap heat race for the drivers who hadn't qualified for the Fast Dash.

Oregon's Jake Tupper won the 15 lap Sportsman Dwarf Car Main Event.  Tupper got behind the wheel of the car John Staudacher won with on Friday and got the same results by winning the 10 lap Fast Dash ahead of Antioch rookie Devan Kammermann.  Tupper earned his Main Event win by holding off NCDCA racer Josh Wiesz as Kammermann was a close third.  Mike Clark, Brian Barnhill, Robert Johnson, Sam Wren, Bill Belfield and David Corsaro completed the finishing order.

Point leader Kodie Dean won his fourth 20 lap Hobby Stock Main Event.  After joining Garrett Corn and Dexter Long as the three eight lap heat winners, Dean started back in the fourth row for the Main Event.  By the lap five caution flag, Dean was already up to third, and he shot into the lead on a restart a few laps later.  After that, Dean had to keep reigning champion Michael Shearer and Corn behind him, but he accomplished that goal as the those three competitors finished in order.  2015 champion Kevin Joaquin finished fourth ahead of Robby Loquaci, Austin Van Hoff, Kristie Shearer, Shannon Nelson, Chris Bennett and Wally Kennedy.

Jeff Bristow won his second 12 lap Valley Sportsman Main Event.  He also won the eight lap heat race ahead of Shannon Fry.  Bristow scored his Main Event win ahead of the legendary Johnny Brazil, who was driving Kenny Birdsong's Rod Poor Tribute Car.  The field also included Watsonville Speedway Legend Jerry Cecil, who finished fourth behind Shannon Fry.  Eric Seely was a Main Event scratch.

After an AMA Motorcycle event next Saturday night, the Stock Car program returns on July 1st with the annual Timmy Post Memorial.  IMCA Modifieds, IMCA Sport Modifieds and Hobby Stocks will be competing.  For further information, go to www.racemerced.com.

Jones Unstoppable In Dwarf Car Nationals 
At Merced Speedway

Merced, CA...June 16...Shawn Jones scored the 20 lap WSDCA Pro Dwarf Car Main Event victory in night #1 of the Dwarf Car Nationals at Merced Speedway.  There were 63 Dwarf Cars in the combined three categories, and 36 of them ran the Pro classification.  Eight lap heat race wins went to Cameron Diatte, Ryan "Ice Chip" Winter, Danny Wagner and Martin Whittingham.  Ryan Martinez earned a starting berth in the feature by winning the 15 lap B Main ahead of Petaluma champion Dave Mosier and Kyle Dodd.  NCDCA regulars led all of the Main Event laps, and Wagner set the early pace ahead of Winter and Sin City's Matt Sargent.  Winter raced past Wagner for the lead on lap 3, and a lap five yellow flag slowed the pace.  Jones, who competes regularly with both SBDCA and NCDCA, followed Sargent past Wagner on a lap seven restart and promptly passed both Winter and Sargent for the lead on lap eight.  A final yellow flew on lap nine.  Jones continued to lead Winter and Sargent on the restart.  Wagner struck back to third on lap 13 and put the moves on Winter for second on lap 19.  However, there was no stopping Jones from scoring the impressive win.  Wagner was a strong second ahead of Winter, Sargent, Jake Vanortwick, Michael "Spanky" Grenert, C. Diatte, John Isabella, Camden Robustelli and James Bringster.

Oregon's Guy Tow Sr. won the 20 lap Veteran Dwarf Car Main Event.  There were 18 veterans in action, and eight lap heat race wins went to Mark Biscardi, Ryan Diatte and Buddy "The Budster" Olschowka.  Diatte raced into the Main Event lead at the start ahead of Biscardi.  Scott Dahlgren took second from Biscardi on a lap three restart.  Olschowka was running third ahead of Tow, and an lap eight red flag stopped the race.  Fortunately, there were no injuries.  Tow made a charge into the lead on the restart ahead of Olschowka.  However, Diatte took second from Olschowka on the final lap.  Tow was the happy winner ahead of Diatte, Olschowka, Biscardi, Mike Corsaro, Mike Reeder, Dahlgren, Jack Haverty, Kevin Miraglio and ageless veteran Charlie "The Hammer" Correia.

Oregon competitor John Staudacher won the 20 lap Sportsman Dwarf Car Main Event.  Only nine drivers competed in this division, and Staudacher and Bill Belfield were eight lap heat race winners.   The very active Main Event had several yellow flags, but Staudacher  led the entire distance.  Belfield ran second until losing the spot to Josh Wiesz on a lap ten restart.  Staudacher scored the impressive victory ahead of Wiesz, Mike Clark, Belfield, Robert Johnson, Brian Barnhill, David Corsaro, Devan Kammermann and Sam Wren.

Four time Antioch A Modified champion Troy Foulger won the 20 lap California Sharp Mini Late Model Main Event.  Foulger was driving one of Michael Shearer's two new cars.  There were six cars competing in this race, and Foulger also won the six lap heat race.  Riley Jeppesen set the early Main Event pace in a bid for his second win.  Foulger raced by both Tim Vaught and Tim Crews for second on lap 2 and shadowed the leader for two laps before making a pass in Turns 1 and 2 for the lead on lap five.  Jeppesen spun in Turn 4 and brought out a caution flag as his car had mechanical issues that would end his race.  Foulger led the restart and paced the remaining laps for the victory.  Vaught settled for second ahead of Crews, long time Merced competitor Tommy Bostic, Ian Shearer and Jeppesen.

Sanders, Frost, Campion Score Ocean Speedway Victories

Watsonville, CA...June 16...Justin Sanders impressed with his late charge to grab the victory in the 30 lap Taco Bravo Sprint Car Main Event Friday night at Ocean Speedway.  Sanders was in the hunt in third as they hit the 20 lap mark, and a lap 21 restart signaled to him that it was time to make his move.  After Kyle Offill surprised the 24 car field with a quick lap of 11.664.  Sanders and reigning champion Brad Furr won eight lap heat races.  However, it was Landon Hurst making a big statement with his heat race win and six lap Trophy Dash triumph, which gained him the Main Event pole.  Cole Macedo had to win the 12 lap B Main ahead of Dustin Freitas and Scott Parker to earn their feature starting spots. 

Hurst raced into the early Main Event lead ahead of title contender and Petaluma point leader Geoff Ensign.  Mathew Moles was an early third.  Ensign led Sanders and Moles around Hurst for the Top 3 positions on lap nine, and a lap 14 yellow flag slowed the pace.  Moles charged into second behind Ensign on the restart.  Sanders was third, and the Top 3 stayed the same through two yellow flags.  The lap 21 restart signaled that it was time for the front runners to make their moves, and Moles made a serious challenge on Ensign.  The close battle saw Moles lead lap 22 before Ensign moved ahead two laps later.  Sanders followed Ensign closely into second and put the moves on him a lap later for the lead.  Sanders set sail for the checkered flag as he posted an impressive victory.  Ensign and Moles were strong Top 3 finishers.  Tommy Tarlton finished a respectable fourth, followed by Jason Chisum, Kurt Nelson, Brent Kaeding, Jeremy Chisum, Kyle Offill, Dustin Golobic and Cole Macedo.

Adrian Fost drive to her third 20 lap IMCA Sport Modified Main Event win of the season.  Merced Speedway star Mark Odgers and Justin McPherson were eight lap heat race winners.  Odgers set the early Main Event pace.  With incoming point leader Matt Hagio absent, Mark Hartman was looking to make his move in points as he ran an early second ahead of Frost.  Hartman and Frost slipped past Odgers for first and second on lap three as IMCA State point leader Shane DeVolder was fourth.  DeVolder took third from Odgers on lap six, and Frost raced past Hartman for the lead a lap later.  DeVolder took over second on lap eight, but he surrendered the spot to Odgers a lap later.  Odgers held second until the persistent DeVolder grabbed the position on lap 19.  However, Frost drove a flawless race and earned the win ahead of DeVolder, Odgers, McPherson, Hartman, Shawn Bryant, Billy Robertson, Charlie Hunter, Duane Bieser and Bud Aiassa.

Terry Campion became the seventh different 20 lap American Stock Main Event winner of the season.  Campion surprised current point leader Rob Gallaher with a lap 19 restart pass for the lead.  Gallaher joined J.C. Elrod as eight lap heat race winners.  Unfortunately, Elrod was a Main Event scratch.  Austin Williams led one lap of the feature before Gallaher gained the lead.  Gallaher began to pull away when Campion took second from Williams on lap nine.  A lap 12 caution flag slowed the pace, and Gallaher continued to lead Campion and Williams on the restart.  A lap 18 yellow flag helped shake things up.  Campion took the lead from Gallaher on the restart.  Campion went on to victory with R. Gallaher settling for second.  Devon Sanders made a last lap pass on Williams for third.  Wally Kennedy finished fifth ahead of Tony Oliveira, Joe Gallaher, Katie Briggs, Jake Silva and Chris McCabe.

Dakota Keldsen won the 12 lap Mini Stock Main Event.  Car count dropped a bit as only one of the three Beardsley cars were there and D.J. Keldsen was in an American Stock.  Brady Muller won the six lap heat race.  Dakota Keldsen raced into the lead from the start and set a good pace in scoring the feature victory.  Muller was a race long second ahead of Bill Beardsley and Devin Belton.  Erik Moody was a Main Event scratch.

Hirst Wins Tarter Memorial Race 
At Chico Silver Dollar Speedway

Chico, CA...June 16...Kyle Hirst won the David Tarter Memorial 30 lap 410 Sprint Car Main Event Friday night at Silver Dollar Speedway.  Hirst is the reigning King Of The West Series champion, and he swept the evening with wins in his ten lap heat race and the three lap Dash For Cash.  There were 20 cars in action, and Chase Magdic and Bud Kaeding won their heat races.  Gio Scelzi set the fast time of 11.181.  Majdic led the early Main Event laps ahead of Scelzi and Hirst.  Hirst took over second on lap five before a yellow flag flew.  Hirst, Scelzi and D.J. Netto raced into the Top 3 positions on the restart.  Reigning champion Sean Becker moved the Dan Menne car into third on lap 15 before a caution flag flew.  Hirst continued to lead Scelzi and Becker on the restart.  Kaeding took fourth from Netto on the restart.  A final caution flag waved on lap 21, but Hirst didn't let that stop him as he brought it home to an impressive victory ahead of Scelzi, Becker, Kaeding, Kalib Henry, Netto, Michael Ing, Mason Moore, Majdic and Andy Forsberg.

Tony Richards won the 15 lap Wingless Spec Sprint Main Event.  Richards led all 15 laps of the race and won by a half lap in the non stop event.  Jake Morgan was a race long second.  Heat race winner Craig Swim was third until surrendering the position to Jeremy Wilson late.  Petaluma rookie William Fatu rounded out the Top 5.

Scott Gannett won both the heat and 15 lap Winged Economy Sprint feature.  Gannett won the feature ahead of Mike Ficklin and Mike Sayre.  Reigning champion Wyatt Brown scratched after motor problems in the heat race.

Ocean Speedway Watsonville, CA Race Results June 16, 2017
Ocean Sprints presented by Taco Bravo
A Feature 1

Justin Sanders
Geoff Ensign
Mathew Moles
Tommy Tarlton Jr.
Jason Chisum
Kurt Nelson
Brent Kaeding
Jeremy Chisum
Kyle Offill
Dustin Golobic
Cole Macedo
Scott Parker
Brad Furr
Jerry Bonnema
Josh Chisum
Bryan Grier
Gary Nelson Jr.
Wayne Katen
Dustin Freitas
Landon Hurst
Kaleb Montgomery
Michael Kofoid

B Feature 1
Cole Macedo
Dustin Freitas
Scott Parker
Gary Nelson Jr.
Wayne Katen
Bryan Grier
Josh Chisum
Richard Fajardo
Collin Markle DNS

IMCA Sport Modifieds
Adriane Frost
Shane DeVolder
Mark Odgers
Justin McPherson
Mark Hartman
Shawn Bryant
Billy Robertson
Charlie Hunter
Duane Bieser
Bud Aiassa
John Ferro

American Stocks
Terry Campion
Rob Gallaher
Devon Sanders
Austin Williams
Wally Kennedy
Tony Oliveira
Joe Gallaher
Katie Briggs
Jake Silva
Chris McCabe
DJ Keldsen
Samuel Mason
JC Elrod DNS

Four Bangers
Dakota Keldsen
Brady Muller
Bill Beardsley
Devin Belton
Erik Moody DNS

Police n Pursuit
Jesse Mueller
Dan Anderson
Justin Rhodes
Austin Beyner
Steven Fernandez
Mike Mount
Brian Cole
Jeff Bodenmuller
Chris Murphy
Roy Iler
Nick Graham
Josh Seymour
Kyle Dorris
Brad Jones
Michael Briley
Cliff Sloma DNS
Terry Traub DNS

Chico Silver Dollar Speedway Race Results June 16, 2017
410 Sprints

Kyle Hirst
Gio Scelzi
Sean Becker
Bud Kaeding
Kalib Henry
D.J. Netto
Michael Ing
Mason Moore
Chase Majdic
Andy Forsberg
Lucas Ashe
Ryan Souza
Brian McGahan Jr.
Casey McClain
Brandon Powell
Adam Brenton
Brad Bumgarner
Brent Bjork
Justyn Cox
Brian Boswell

Wingless Spec Sprints
Tony Richards
Jake Morgan
Jeremy Wilson
Craig Swim
Will Fatu

Economy Sprints
Scott Gannett
Mike Ficklin
Mike Sayre

Keller Auto Speedway Hanford, CA Race Results June 17, 2016
RaceSaver Sprint Car
Monty Ferriera
Zane Blanchard
Chris Ennis
Grant Duinkerken
mike schott
Scott Meisner
George Tristao
Jared Faria
Cole Danell
Tanner Boul
Mauro Simone
Steven Wenzel
Albert Pombo
Tony Pombo
Doug Gandy
Blaine Fagundes
Landon Davis
Phil Heynen DNS

IMCA Modified
Paul Stone
Bill Wilker
Jeff Streeter
Troy Morris
Terry Hershberger
Steven Fangmeyer
Steve Streeter
Mitchell Alsup
Bill Egleston
Troy Stone
Ryan Larimer
Robby Sawyer
Jimmy Reeves
Kenny Kirkpatrick
Michael Scruggs DNS
Jerry Flippo DNS

Mini Stock
Craig Moody
Shawn Schwartzenberger
Jason Cook
Matt Herod
Ben Lickey
Larry Rameriz
Cory Mata
andrew boydstun
Clinton Massey
Gene Glover
kit murphy
Shawn DePriest
Darren Estermann
William Hughes

Madera Raceway Race Results June 17, 2017
Late Models Modes

Logan Zampa
Garland Tyler
Glenn Cook
Dillion Tucker
Howard Holden
Ryan Philpott
Buddy Shephard
Shelden Cooper
Austin Herzog
Ryan Hart
Loren Kutz
Thomas Suarez
Kevin Thompson
Mark Squadrito
William Martyn
David Lewellen
Zachary Cook
Matt Erickson
Kent Cam
Del McIntosh
Henk Gaalswyk Jr.
Tate Sanders
Racin Vernon
Kyle Gottula
Rick Thompson

Jr. Late Models

Austin Herzog
Eric Nascimento
Jesse Love
Zachary Telford
RJ Smotherman
Jarrett Gilmer
Kolby Berry
Kabe McClenny
Hailie Deegan
Austin Edwards
Kyle Keller
Tanner Reif
Lilly Mead
Anthony Guaimano
Jesse Burks

B Main
Kabe McClenny
RJ Smotherman
Austin Edwards
Lilly Mead
Jesse Burks
Hailey Liles
Jody Moen
Jackson Dukes

Bert Stephens
Rian Bowman
Shaun Reynolds
Zachary Cook
Dave Lander
Ryan Reynolds
Patrick Geiger
Dennis Brannon
Jason Kerns
Mike Marley
Thomas Magray

Keller Auto Speedway Hanford, CA June 17, 2017
USAC 360 Sprint

Results are not official
1     #83 Austin Leggitt   
2     #17V Danny Faria
3     #92 Jake Swanson
4     #81M Cody "Woody" Major
5     #10 Richard Vanderweerd   
6     #5M Max Adams
7     #3F Klint Simpson
8     #81X Michael Faccinto
9     #88 Jace Vanderweerd
10     #81 Tristan Guardino
11     #16K Landon Cling   
12     #7 Shannon McQueen
13     #55 Kyle Smith   
14     #57 Steve Hix   
15     #58 Steven Garris       
16     #11E Cory Elliott   
17     #29T Ryan Timmons       
18     #33B Brandon Wiley       

Mod Lites
Zack Forster
JD Brown
Jeff Thompson
Anthony Balcazar
Kaden Cochrun
Candi Varney
Tim Varney
Kyleigh Forster
Seth Poncetta
Roy Maynard
Nicholas Johnson
Kenny Cochrun

IMCA Stock Cars
Chad Johnson
Renn Bane
Troy Patee
Alan Mendes
Steve Streeter
James Elliott
Josh Nichols
Shawn Schwartzenberger
Brock Hamilton
Mike Hill
Matthew Brumley

Santa Maria Raceway Race Results June 17, 2017
Late Models

Tony Toste
Clay Daly
Justin Crockett
Dylan Thornton
Jimbo Clark
Jon Blackford
Larry Wise

IMCA Modifieds
Cody Burke
Kenny Kirkpatrick
Ryan Lauer
Troy Morris Jr.
Justin Crockett
Ryan Daves
Brian Clark
Steven Fangmeyer
Jeff Faulkner

Hobby Stocks
Pat Fausel
Scotty Preast
Doug Jeffers
Robby Cervantes
Matt McEwan
Mack McGeary
Kyle Eurto
Eddie Williams
Aaron Bruce
Clay Daly DNS

Pro Stock
Clay Daly
Justin Crockett
Devon Crockett
Doug Thornton
Tim Randolph
Billy Simkins
Frank Nyback
Elton Shaffer
Dave King
Chris Smith
Toby Randolph
Ryan Smith
Chris Clinton DNS

American Stocks
Taylor King
Justin Teller
Gregg Teller
Jimmy Satlawa
Sheldon Bailey
Hailey Wyand
Aaron Bollman
Greg Noah
Kristina McGeary
Ed Wyand
Jimmy Teixeira
Jon Waterfiled
Cody Smith
Raymond Shoemaker
Gary Rayburn Jr.
Jon Shanks
Martin Preciado DNS

Dwarf Cars
Jonathan Henry
Mike Keebler
Justin Jackson
Rich Clark
Ira Henry
Jessica Clark
Greg Tayler

600 Micros
Jimmy Leal
Ethan Evans
Troy Morris III
David Prickett DNS/

Marysville Raceway Race Results June 17, 2017
Winged 360 Sprint Cars

Tyler Seavey
D.J. Freitas
Jeremy Hawes
Mike Monahan
Kevin Lovell
Peter Paulson
Heath Hall
Raquel Hall
Jimmy Steward
Ryan Souza
Michael Ing
Jake Haulot
Bobby Butler

Wingless Spec Sprints
Matt Haulot
Josh Vieira
Billy Wallace
Paul Vandenberg
Shannon Newton
Brett Youngman
Cody Spencer

Winged Economy Sprints
Adam Ermolenko
Jason Holt
Chad Thompson
Cameron Haney Jr.

BCRA Midget Lites
Emilee Lindgren
Scott Kinney
Dakota Albright
Dan Foster
Steve Brown

Petaluma Speedway Race Results June 17. 2017
King Of The West/NARC 410 Sprint Cars

1     #68 Chase Johnson       
2     #0 Bud Kaeding
3     #69 Jamie Veal
4     #20 Cory Eliason
5     #83jr Gio Scelzi
6     #92 Andy Forsberg
7     #3c DJ Netto
8     #26 Billy Aton
9     #98 Sean Watts
10     #25 Bobby McMahan
11     #29r Riley Matson
12     #19 Chase Madjic
13     #12 Jarrett Soares
14     #7 Brent Bjork
15     #28 Nathan Rolfe
16     #12j John Clark
17     #5 Brian Boswel
18     #18 Jenna Frazier       
19     #44 Geoff Ensign       
20     #91ri Eli Deshaies   
21     #95 Jason Paniagua
22     #3 Bill Cornwell   

Lumberjacks Restaurant Super Stock
Results are not official
1     #3 Matt While   
2     #46 Steve Studebaker
3     #17 Terry Decarlo
4     #60 Shawn McCoy
5     #93 Roger Miller
6     #27 Tim O'Hara       
7     #49 Woody Woodward
8     #11c Sean Cook   
9     #00 Gary Adams       
10     #25k Jeff Kendrick   
11     #0a Sid Hess       
12     #76 Steve Hansen   
13     #22m Mitch Machado
14     #07 Manny Avila

Jake's Performance Hobbies Mini Stocks
Results are not official
1     #17c Duane Croft       
2     #32 Sean Hale   
3     #2 Tom Brown
4     #7
5     #74 Chris Sieweke           
6     #13 Dave Spindell
7     #07 Aiden Primrose       
8     #1a Austin Ohlinger   
9     #5 Justin Whisman

Santa Rosa Auto Body 600 Micros
Results are not official
1     #3r Nick Robfogel       
2     #2j Jenna Perkins
3     #23 George Nielson
4     #1 Nathan Schank
5     #11d Tony Soper
6     #1j Jim Beck
7     #11a Amber Fields
8     #83 Danny Potts       
9     #14m Dolan McIntosh