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Garner, Sorensen Score Thrilling Victories
At Antioch Speedway
Antioch, CA...July 15...Mark Garner won the 20 lap All Star Series B Modified Main Event Saturday night at Antioch Speedway. It was Garner's first victory in this division as he remains in the championship hunt in both B Modifieds and Limited Late Models. Marysville ace Jerry Bartlett shared the front row with Garner for the Main Event, and Bartlett raced into the early lead. Bartlett's lead was shirt lived as he pushed wide in Turn 2 and hit the wall for a caution flag on lap two. Garner found himself leading the restart, and the race would not see another yellow flag. With reigning champion Trevor Clymens and Doff Cooksey right on his bumper, Garner drove a flawless race and earned the victory ahead of Clymens, Cooksey, incoming point leader K.C. Keller and Marysville point leader Phillip Shelby.
Chris Sorensen won the 20 lap Hobby Stock Main Event. Sorensen was rebounding from another broken transmission for what would be his third win of the season. The 2010 champion had a bit of luck on his side. Billy Garner paced the early laps ahead of Ricky Foster. Foster went by Garner on the back stretch to lead lap seven, but it was Cameron Swank motoring past Foster for the lead a lap later as Garner got a bit out of shape exiting Turn 2. Sorensen took over second on lap nine, but Swank held a straightaway advantage over the slightly smoking Sorensen. Swank held nearly a half lap lead as he took the white flag, but he had a right rear flat tire. Sorensen raced by in the final turn for the unlikely win. Swank was a disappointed second as heat winner Brent Curran, Garner and Chris Bennett made up the remainder of the Top 5.
Jeff Decker won the 20 lap DIRTCar Late Model Main Event. The win was the third of the year for Decker, and he increased his point lead by quite a bit after heat winner Richard Papenhausen scratched from the Main Event with motor problems. Decker charged very quickly from the back of the pack in a race that was filled with heavy attrition. Decker brought it home to victory with Joey Olschowka a season best second ahead of heat winner Shawn DeForest, Dennis Souza and Kimo Oreta.
Bob Newberry won the 20 lap Wingless Spec Sprint Main Event. This was the second win of the season for Newberry, who is a past division champion and also a past Top 5 point competitor in both A Modifieds and Street Stocks at the speedway. Newberry started back in the third row as James East set the early pace. Alan Miranda was an early second ahead of Brian Grier, but Grier had second by lap six. Newberry was third when a lap 11 caution flag flew. Newberry began to make his move in the last five laps as he took second from Grier on lap 15. Newberry pressured East pretty hard until making his winning pass on lap 17. Newberry sped to the satisfying victory from there, followed by East, Grier, Miranda and Shannon Newton.
Mike Corsaro won the 20 lap Dwarf Car Main Event. The incoming point leader needed a good night following his heat race rollover last week that put an early end to his evening. Corsaro shared the from row with surprise visitor Buddy Olschowka, who is usually racing up at Placerville and Marysville. Olschowka gave it his usual great effort, but Corsaro was not to be denied his second win of the season. Olschowka settled for second ahead of Jenna Frazier, David Rosa and Devan Kammermann.
Racing resumes next weekend with Wingless Spec Sprints, DIRTcar Late Models, B Modifieds, Hobby Stocks and Dwarf Cars all on the schedule. For further information, go to www.antiochspeedway.com.
Unofficial Race Results
DIRTcar Late ModelsHeat Winners (8 Laps)-Richard Papenhausen, Shawn DeForest. Main Event (20 Laps)-Jeff Decker, Joey Olschowka, Shawn DeForest, Dennis Souza, Kimo Oreta.
B ModifiedsHeat Winners (8 Laps)-Megan Ponciano, Chuck Golden. Main Event (20 Laps)-Mark Garner, Trevor Clymens, Doff Cooksey, K.C. Keller, Phillip Shelby.
Hobby StocksHeat Winners (8 Laps)-Brent Curran, Michael Cooper. Main Event (20 Laps)-Chris Sorensen, Cameron Swank, Brent Curran, Billy Garner, Chris Bennett.
Wingless Spec SprintsHeat Winners (8 Laps)-Shannon Newton, Bob Newberry. Main Event (20 Laps)-Bob Newberry, James East, Bryan Grier, Alan Miranda, Shannon Newton.
Dwarf CarsHeat Winners (8 Laps)-Chuck Conover, Kevin Miraglio. Main Event (20 Laps)-Mike Corsaro, Buddy Olschowka, Jenna Frazier, David Rosa, Devan Kammermann.
Diaz Wins Fifth Sport Modified Feature At Merced Speedway
Merced, CA...July 15...Rick Diaz impressed with his fifth IMCA Sport Modified Main Event win Saturday night at Merced Speedway. The reigning champion started back in 11th with point leader and the night's B Main winner Fred Ryland lined up 13th in the 18 car field. Second generation racer Andrew Odgers had the pole for the feature and raced into the early lead ahead of heat race winner Tim Ragsdale. Jack Aguiar took second from Ragsdale on lap three, and the flying Diaz was already up to fifth behind Danny Roe on lap eight. Roe slipped past Ragsdale for third on lap ten with Diaz grabbing fourth two laps later. Roe raced by Aguiar for second on lap 13 just before the only yellow flag of the race. Odgers led the restart, but Roe grabbed the lead on lap 15 as Diaz took over third. Diaz sped past Odgers for second on lap 16. Ryland moved into third on lap 17 as Diaz was pressuring Roe for the lead. Diaz finally made his move past Roe on lap 18 with Ryland grabbing second on the white flag lap. Diaz brought it home to an impressive victory ahead of Ryland, Roe, A. Odgers, Ragsdale, Aguiar, Jeremy Hoff, Chuck Weir, Jarred Tickel and heat race winner Anthony Giuliani. Diaz and Jordan Hagar were the other heat race winners. Ryland won the 12 lap B Main ahead of Tanner Thomas, 2015 champion Josh Hensley and Mark Odgers.
Point leader Kodie Dean crossed the line first for what appeared to be his his fourth 20 lap Hobby Stock Main Event win. Unfortunately, a post race tech disqualification handed the win to reigning champion Michael Shearer. Dean had a front row start following his eight lap heat race victory, but he had fellow heat winner and Shearer starting next to him. Dean raced into the early lead ahead of Shearer and heat winners Rob Gallaher and James Stockton. Stockton spun from fourth in Turn 2 for a lap two caution flag. Dean continued to lead, but he had his hands full with Shearer as Brett Barstow settled into third in a good battle with Gallaher and Garrett Corn. Unfortunately, Barstow's impressive run in third ended on a lap 12 caution flag. Corn raced past Gallaher for third on the restart as Dean continued to lead Shearer. The lead four cars ran closely the rest of the way with Dean grabbing the apparent victory. Dean's disqualification bumped everybody up a position with M. Shearer, the winner ahead of Corn, R. Gallaher, J. Stockton, Kristie Shearer, Nick Lawrence, Joe Gallaher, John Hensley and Shannon Nelson and Kalob Shelton.
Tim Vaught returned to the winner's circle with his 15 lap California Sharp Mini Late Model Main Event win. Tim Crews set the early Main Event pace ahead of heat race winner Bruce "Bubba" Nelson and Vaught. Vaught and Nelson shuffled Crews back to third on lap five, and a lap six caution flag flew. Nelson raced past Vaught for the lead, but a final caution flag flew on lap eight. Vaught regained the lead on the restart, and he led the rest of the way for the win. Nelson fell back late as Crews finished second ahead of Riley Jeppesen, Ian Shearer, Nelson and Raul Rodriguez Jr.
The Valley Sportsman field was down to two cars, and Watsonville Speedway Hall Of Famer Jerry Cecil won the eight lap Main Event after Jeff Bristow won the six lap heat race.
For further information, go to www.racemerced.com.
Hirst Wins Civil War Sprint Car Race At Ocean Speedway
Watsonville, CA...July 14...Kyle Hirst made a rare Winged 360 Sprint Car appearance at Ocean Speedway and won the 30 lap Main Event Friday night. The race was the first night of the Howard Kaeding Classic and this was a Civil War-Taco Bravo Sprint Car Shoot Out race. Hirst started his night by winning a 10 lap heat race, but he settled for third behind D.J. Netto and Michael "Buddy" Kofoid in the six lap Trophy Dash. Kofoid sprinted out to the early lead in the Main Event ahead of Netto and Hirst. The lead trio remained the same on a lap four restart, but a lap nine caution flag shook things up a bit. Hirst began pressuring Netto for second on the restart and put the moves on him to take over the spot on lap 11. Hirst took up pursuit of Kofoid, and a final caution flag waved on lap 14. On the restart, Kofoid slipped up, and Hirst led Netto and Cory Eliason into the Top 3 spots. The determined Kofoid took third from Eliason on lap 25 and charged past Netto for second on lap 28. However, there was no catching Hirst as he brought it home to his third win of the week after winning a pair of Northwest Speedweek races. Kofoid settled for second, followed by Netto, Justin Sanders, Eliason, Shane Golobic, Bud Kaeding, Jonathan Allard, Cole Macedo and Jerry Bonnema.
The points will change just a bit at the top after incoming point leader Geoff Ensign's disappointing night. Both Ensign and S. Golobic blistered the Tom Sagmiller prepared clay oval with laps of 11.670 to set the fast time, but Ensign's fifth place heat race finish left him in the 12 lap B Main. He managed to follow B Main winner Marcus Dumesny for the 11-12 feature finish. Dumesny won a talented filled 12 B Main by a straightaway ahead of reigning track champion Brad Furr, Bonnema, Jeremy Chisum and Ensign. Nine time Civil War Series champion Andy Forsberg did not finish the B Main to bring an early end to his evening. Willie Croft, Giovanni Scelzi and Sanders were the other 10 lap heat race winners.
The night was not a total disaster for Geoff Ensign as he won his first 20 lap IMCA Sport Modified Main Event. Ensign took the wheel of the Marty Burdine owned #79 car for the second time. Andrew Peckham set the early pace in the Main Event, but a lap five caution flag opened the door for Ensign. Ensign took the lead from Peckham on the restart as Justin McPherson ran third. Point leader Matt Hagio was fourth on lap seven and grabbed third from McPherson a lap later. Peckham and Ensign dueled fiercely for the lead during the next two laps, but Ensign settled the matter by lap ten. A lap 13 restart opened the door for Hagio to take second from Peckham. However, Ensign drove a great race and won ahead of Hagio, Peckham, McPherson, reigning champion Jim DiGiovanni, Andrew Odgers, Charlie Hunter, Vaughn Vondera, Dale Kutz and Duane Bieser. Hagio and Ensign won eight lap heat races.
Long time competitor Tony Oliveira joined reigning champion Rob Gallaher in the two time winner's club with his second 20 lap American Stock feature victory. Oliveira raced into the Main Event lead from the start ahead of Bobby Huckaby Sr. and J.C. Elrod. Reigning champion R. Gallaher led past champion Wally Kennedy into second and third on a lap six restart, but Galleher slipped back a few spots on lap 17. A lap later, Kennedy had problems, handing second to John Farrell. Oliveira mastered the oval with a good drive to victory. Second and third were season best efforts for Farrell and Joe Gallaher. Jerry Skelton settled for fourth ahead of Katie Briggs, J.C. Elrod, Kyle Reeder, R. Gallaher, Kennedy and D.J. Keldsen. Vernon Silva and Kennedy were eight lap heat race winners.
Matt Sargent turned in a great performance in winning the 20 lap SBDCA Dwarf Car Main Event. The past SBDCA champion Sargent chased Kyle Jones for one lap before taking the lead in the Main Event. Cameron Diatte grabbed second on lap three. However, Jones battled side by side with Diatte for a few laps, and Jones briefly gained second on lap seven. Diatte reclaimed second a lap later and ran closely with Sargent down the stretch. However, Sargent made no mistakes and earned this victory ahead of Diatte. Past champion Shawn Jones had been stuck at the back of the pack, but he made an impressive late race rally. S. Jones was fifth on lap 15 and lept past both K. Jones and Marty Weisler on a lap 16 restart. S. Jones would finish third ahead of K. Jones, Weisler, Mark Biscardi, Gene "Punky" Pires, Bill Belfield, Trafton Chandler and Dan Zuger. S. Jones and Diatte were eight lap heat race winners.
Dotson, Terry, Brown, Lemke Win At Kern County Raceway
Bakersfield, CA...July 14...Ethan Dotson won the 30 lap A Modified Main Event Friday night at the Kern County Raceway dirt track. Dotson kicked off his night with an eight lap heat race win over Ryan Daves. After that, Dotson chased Ricky Childress Jr. for just one lap in the Main Event before taking the lead. After the only yellow flag on lap 18, Dotson continued to lead Childress, and they brought it home to a 1-2 finish at the checkered flag. Roger Holder and Steve Noland battled all night. It started with Holder winning their eight lap heat race just ahead of Noland. Noland was an early third in the Main Event, but Holder took over the spot on lap four. Noland raced by for third on lap 12, but Holder wasn't far behind. The lap 18 yellow opened the door for Holder to regain third, and he would finish there ahead of Noland and Daves.
J.D. Brown won his first 20 lap Mod Lites Main Event. Six lap heat race winner Jeff Thompson led Brown early in the Main Event. Brown suddenly found himself in the lead as Thompson's race came to an end on lap 17. Brown led heat race winner Roy Maynard on the restart. Brown held off the challenges of Maynard and Jake Pike for the satisfying victory. Jesse Burks was a solid fourth in the 16 car field, followed by Nicholas Johnson and heat race winner Cheyenne Flippo.
Bryan Terry won the 25 lap Hobby Stock Main Event. Terry set the feature pace from the start ahead of heat race winners Gary Brough and Marcus Frazier. Frazier gained second on lap three before a caution flag flew. Terry continued to lead the restart as Brough and Nick Spainhoward dropped Frazier back to fourth. Mike Hill Jr. took over second on a lap eight restart with Spainhoward third. Porterville star Raymond Noland Jr. and Charles Paul were in second and third when a lap 12 caution flag slowed the pace. Terry continued to lead the way over Noland on the restart as Kyle Wood charged into third. Wood and Noland were having a good battle, but it was a lap 20 restart that allowed Wood to race into second. Terry made no mistakes and brought it home to victory with Wood close behind in second. Paul and Frazier made a late move into third and fourth as Noland settled for fifth in the 12 car field.
Adam "The Shoe" Lemke won the 20 lap USAC Speed2 Midgets Main Event. Annie Breidinger set the early Main Event pace with Lemke running second. Lemke raced past Breidinger for the lead on lap five as heat race winner Ashley Hazelton settled into third. Hazelton took second from Breidinger a lap later, and Overall USAC Western Series point leader Jesse Love IV was third on lap eight. Lemke had a straightaway advantage by lap 17, and Love took second from Hazelton on lap 19. However, there was no catching Lemke as he sped to victory ahead of Love, Hazelton and Max Guilford. Heat race winner and USAC Western Dirt Series point leader Tom Patterson rounded out the Top 5.
Kofoid Wins Howard Kaeding Classic At Ocean Speedway
Watsonville, CA...July 15...Michael "Buddy" Kofoid scored the biggest win of his career in the 30 lap Howard Kaeding Classic Saturday night at Ocean Speedway. The King Of The West/NARC victory paid $5000 for Kofoid as all starters received a minimum $750. Cory Eliason won the six lap Trophy Dash, and he had visions of a big payday as well. Unfortunately, Eliason's Main Event run ended on lap 18. Second place finisher Justin Sanders was there to make a challenge down the stretch, but Kofoid would prevail at the checkered flag. Shane Golobic grabbed the final podium position in third as reigning champion Kyle Hirst and D.J. Netto rounded out the Top 5. Gio Scelzi finished sixth, followed by Andy Forsberg, Jonathon Allard, Craig Stidham and Chase Johnson.
There were 28 410 Sprint Cars in action for the big race, and Kofoid's 12.245 beat the 12.254 lap of Eliason for fast time. There were four ten lap heat races with wins going to Sanders, Willie Croft, Scelzi and Netto. Sean Watts used his win in the 15 lap B Main to earn a starting spot in the feature. Dustin Golobic finished second ahead of Johnson, Forsberg and Eric Rossi.
Duane Cleveland scored the victory in the 25 lap All Star Series IMCA Modified Main Event. All 23 competitors started the talent filled Main Event. Cleveland had to earn the victory. Reigning series champion Ryan McDaniel made a charge from ninth starting to put some serious pressure on Cleveland in the waning laps. It was a jubilant Cleveland winning in a photo finish over McDaniel. Recent All Star Series feature winner Robby Sawyer finished third ahead of Troy Foulger, Cody Burke, Kellen Chadwick, Tim Balding, Jim Pettit II, Austin Burke and Alex Wilson. McDaniel, Nick DeCarlo and A. Wilson won eight lap heat races.
Matt Hagio won the 20 lap IMCA Sport Modified Main Event. Hagio scored his sixth feature victory in rather dominant fashion. Hagio charged from the third row to the lead and stretched his advantage to a straightaway over second by the waving of the checkered flag. Justin McPherson finished second and Guy Ahlwardt was a solid third ahead of Matt Sotomayor, T.J. Etchison, Mark Hartman, Duane Bieser and Charlie Hunter. Billy Robertson was a feature scratch. McPherson and Etchison won eight lap heat races.
Durant Wins Mini Stock Feature At Lemore Raceway
Lemoore, CA...July 16...Jeff Durant had a little luck on his side in scoring his first 30 lap Central Valley Mini Stock Main Event Sunday afternoon at Lemoore Raceway. Durant's win came with a season high 17 car field in action. Durant charged into the lead at the start ahead of Clint Smothers and Rod Baronian. A high move in Turn 3 of the second lap gained Baronian second, but Smothers made a pass in Turn 4 a lap later to regain the position. In their close battle for second, Baronian got together with Smothers in Turn 4 with Smothers hitting the wall for a yellow flag. Smothers was able to restart, and Baronian was charged with the yellow flag as Smothers was restored to second. Durant maintained the lead on the restart ahead of Smothers and Dan Myrick. Danny Myrick settled into fourth on lap nine. Danny Myrick passed Dan Myrick for third in Turn 2 on lap 11 and took second from Smothers a lap later. Danny Myrick closed in on Durant as they caught slower traffic on lap 14. Contact saw Durant get sideways exiting Turn 4 as Danny Myrick raced by for the lead, but Durant moved by in traffic in Turn 3 a lap later. Danny Myrick passed Durant for the lead on the back stretch on lap 18, and a caution flag flew a lap later as the Top 5 runs for Dan Myrick and Logan Doglione ended. Danny Myrick led Durant and Smothers on the restart. A low pass in Turn 3 of the 21st lap gained Randy Brown third from Smothers. Danny Myrick started to pull away and seemed headed for victory. As Danny Mryick crossbred the line on lap 25, he began to slow noticeably. An inside pass in Turn 2 of the 26th lap gained Durant the lead. Brown took second a lap later, and Smothers and Chris Goldsmith followed into third and fourth. Durant brought it home to victory ahead of Brown, Smothers and Goldsmith. Danny Myrick limped across the line in fifth.
The Mini Stocks ran two sets of ten lap heat races. Ryan Doglione won his first heat race just ahead of Baronian. Logan Doglione and Durant were the other Round 1 heat winners. Baronian, Ben Davis and Dan Myrick were the Round 2 heat winners. The next Central Valley Mini Stocks race at Lemoore Raceway will be on August 13th. For further information, go to http://www.centralvalleyministocks.com/.
Cheffey, Lenz Continue To Roll At Siskiyou Speedway
Yreka, CA...July 15...Colton Cheffey won his third straight IMCA Sport Modified 20 lap Main Event Saturday night at Siskiyou Motor Speedway. The win will move Cheffey up into second in the standings, but he still has much ground to make up on D.J. Bottoms after missing a race earlier this season. As it turned out, Bottoms was battling with Cheffey for what could have been his third victory. However, Cheffey was just a little bit quicker and took the checkered flag just ahead of Bottoms. Jack Waldon III was a season best third, followed by Colter Boswell, Matt Sanders, Doug Franklin, reigning champion Jimmy Lipke and Donovan Rodgers. Ryder Boswell won the four lap Trophy Dash, but his Main Event ended on the fourth lap in disappointment. Lipke and Cheffey won their eight lap heat races.
Scott Lenz pocketed the $500 paycheck for his sixth win at Yreka and seventh on the Outlaw Pro Stock Association circuit. Dr. Lenz has yet to lose a point paying Main Event this year. Lenz had to come from the fifth row for the victory, but he grabbed the lead from Jeffrey Hudson on lap 18. Once Lenz took the lead, he sped home to the victory. Hudson settled for second, and James Flowers came back from a spin to finish third. Early leader Scott Flowers and Jeff Haudenshild completed the Top 5 and lead lap finishers. Lenz won the four lap Trophy Dash, but Johnny Cobb beat Lenz in a photo finish in their eight lap heat race to prevent a clean sweep. J. Flowers won the other heat race.
Chris Jorgensen won the 20 lap McDonald's Mini Stock Main Event. Chris was piloting the Aaron Jorgensen #85 car, and his win made him the sixth different winner of the season. After a bout with the front wall ended his race last time before a lap was scored, 15 year old Ethan Killingsworth was back and looking for redemption. Killingsworth won his fifth four lap Trophy Dash and battled C. Jorgensen fiercely for the Main Event lead. However, C. Jorgensen won a close race with Killingsworth to the line for the win. Mike Whitaker was a strong third, followed by point leader Marilyn Yawnick, Dennis Jorgensen and final lead lap finisher Terry Kendrick. Kendrick and D. Jorgensen won eight lap heat races.
Camden Robustelli returned and won the 20 lap SODCA Dwarf Car Main Event. He became the third different winner in the club's three visits to Yreka, and he's won at three different tracks this season. Robustelli had his hands full with two time champion Josh King. King won the season opener at Yreka and was racing hard to do it again. However, Robustelli prevailed at the checkered flag. King settled for second, and Ryan Smith won a close battle with reigning champion Brock Peters for third. Chad Cardoza finished fifth as Fred Hay, Rob Gergel and Randy Slater completed the lead lap finishing order. Cardoza won the four lap A Dash, while Hay scored a popular victory in the four lap B Dash after a close battle with Gergel. Eight lap heat wins went to Smith and Cardoza.
The IMCA Sport Modifieds and McDonald's Mini Stocks are back next week with Late Model Lites and IMCA Modifieds also on the schedule. For further information, go to www.siskiyoumotorspeedway.com.
KCRP Bakersfield, CA Race Results July 14
A Mod Main 30 Laps
Ricky Childress Jr
Mod Lite Main 20 Laps
Marc McCaslin DNS
Hobby Stock Main 25 Laps
Raymond Noland Jr.
Mike Hill Jr
USAC Speed2 Midgets Main 20 Laps
ASHLEY HAZELTON HEREDIA
Ocean Speedway Watsonville, CA Race Results July 15, 2015
California Sprint Car Civil War Series/Ocean Sprints presented by Taco Bravo
A Feature 1 (30 Laps)
Burt Foland Jr
B Feature 1 (12 Laps)
Burt Foland Jr
IMCA Sport Mods
A Feature 1 (20 Laps)
Mike Kofnovec SR
Shane DeVolder DNS
A Feature 1 (20 Laps)
Bobby Huckaby SR
A Feature 1 (20 Laps)
Ocean Speedway Race Results July 15, 2017
IMCA Modified All Star Tour
A Feature 1 (25 Laps)
Jim Pettit II
Raymond Keldsen Jr
Carl Berendsen II
IMCA Sport Modifieds
A Feature 1 (20 Laps)
Billy Robertson DNS
King of the West Sprints
A Feature 1 (30 Laps)
B Feature 1 (12 Laps)
Placerville Speedway Race Results July 15, 2015
360 Sprint Cars
NCDCA Dwarf Cars
Limited Late Models
Chris Van Roenkel
Mini Trucks Ted Ahart
Ukiah Speedway Race Results July 15, 2015
Ron Duke Jr
Raymond Taylor Jr
Gene O'Dell Sr
Douglas County Speedway Race Results July 15, 2017
Pro 4/Late Model
Stockton 99 Speedway Race Results July 15, 2017
Teddy Haflich jr
Ben Lewis II
Basically 4 Cylinder
Donny St. Ours
Madera Late Models
Henk Gaalswyk Jr
Jr. Late ModelsTanner Reif
Rob (Nasty) Nascimento
Manny Gonzales Jr
Petaluma Speedway Race Results July 15, 2017
PitStopUSA.com Winged 360 Sprint Cars
David Lindt II
General Hydroponics Dwarf Cars
Jake's Performance Hobbies Mini Stock
Ventura Raceway Race Results July 15, 2017
VRA Sprint Cars
1 55 Kyle Smith
2 0K Kenny Perkins
3 24 Guy Woodward
4 96 Charlie Butcher
5 39 Kyle Edwards
6 15 Rick Hendrix
7 98 Jeremy Ellertson
8 2k Max Guilford
9 93 Redd Broschart
10 9 Johnny Shelton Jr.
11 3g Greg Andrews DNS
VRA Dwarf Cars
1 69 Johnny Conley
2 8 Tim Conley
3 14 Tommy Velasquez III
4 16 Tom Stephens Jr
5 22s Gage Cheek
6 48 Trent Morley
7 91 Kody Cowan
8 41 Nick Velasquez
9 4 Tommy Velasquez II
10 44x Zach Curnel
11 6 David Conley
12 18 Tom Morley
13 45 Korey Cowan
14 12 Chase Lippert
15 0 Brad Curnel
16 64 Trevor Fitzgibbon
17 93 Jason Horton
1 14j Justin Dunn
2 09 Luis Espinoza
3 22 Dave Phipps
4 27 Loren DeAmond
5 48 Chuc Costabile
6 55jr Jack Parker
7 20 Aaron Rodarte
8 21 Austin Rodarte
9 34 Scott Olsen
1 28 Daniel Anderson
2 44 Jess Love IV
3 41 Adam Lemke
4 98 Max Guilford
5 9 Tom Patterson
6 33 Mike Leach
7 15 Annie Breidinger
8 5 Ashley Hazelton
9 40 Cody Gerhardt
10 37 Jessica Valentine
11 20w Tyler Slay
12 59 Jet Davison
13 6 Jackson Dukes
VRA Hobby Stocks
1 28 Gary Curtis
2 7 Mike Stanford
3 44 Gary Garvin
4 45 Christina Garvin
5 43 Sam Garvin
VRA Senior Sprints
1 2 Wally Pankratz
2 66 Chris Meredith
3 47 Ed Schwarz
4 27 Steve Brown
5 3g Greg Andrews
6 4k Tyler Hatzikian
7 3k Eddy Williams