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Florida_Cr
Re :   Orlando Speedworld

HUGE CRASH-A-RAMA PROGRAM SET FOR FRIDAY NIGHT
AT ORLANDO SPEEDWORLD

 

by Dave Westerman

The annual night after Thanksgiving Crash-A-Rama is all set for Orlando
SpeedWorld this Friday night and will feature the most extensive number of
events ever for one of these highly popular shows.

The evening will begin with a $1500 Enduro race open to all cars 4, 6, and 8
cylinder. Also on tap is the staple of Crash-A-Rama, the School Bus Figure 8
race that will pay $1000 to the winner.

Other events include the popular Boat/Camper Trailer race, Flag Pole race,
Skid Car race, a Reverse race, Car Football, The Gauntlet, a Roll-Over contest
and a Front-Wheel Drive Demolition Derby. The evening will be capped off by
Doug Rose and his "Green Mamba" Jet Dragster that will incinerate some unlucky
car or truck to end the evening's festivities.

Among the drivers and "personalities" competing Friday night will be
"Fordzilla," Madman Ralph Murchie, Jim "The Crusher" Erb, Raybo Rowland,
"Crazy Cuban" Shawn Michaels, Megan Matheny, Mike Gamache, William "Huggy
Bear" Hindman, "Bomber" Bill Loomis, Jamie "McCrazy" Sullivan, "Shockwave"
Shane Sutorus, Warren Howie, Charlie King, Mark Shukwit, Dustin Higdon and
many, many more.

Grandstand gates will open at 5 pm with all the action beginning at 7:30 pm.
Adult admission is just $20 with kids aged 6-11 being admitted for $10. All
kids aged 5 and under get in free. Remember to get there early to get the
best seats. Tickets can be purchased ahead of time by going to
www.orlandospeedworld.org.



11/25/2014 1:26 PM


Florida_Cr
Re :   Hendry County Motorsports Park

RESULTS FOR 11-22

Hendry County Speedway Inaugural Ken Kinney Sr Memorial
$10,000 to win Thunder Stock race

Clewiston Florida.  Pole sitter and Florida legend  able to maintain a small lead until an engine failure caused his exit from the race.  Jimmy Sharpe Jr, an invader from Georgia, took over for a short time but mechanical problems retired him from competition.    This brought B main winner Scotty Kay Jr who had made his way through the 27 car field to the point.  The race ended this way Scotty Kay, Craig Montessie, Jason Gambel, Shane Nichols, and Brian Morgan.  Upon post race inspection all of the top 4 finishers were deemed illegal giving the win and $10,000 pay day to Brian Morgan who began mid pack but moved up through attrition and calculated moves.

1. #19 Brian Morgan
2. #29 Jesse Brown
3. #82 Shane Taylor
4. #93R Marco Reyes
5. #98 Trent Wilson
6. #46 Charles Christian
7. #93M Craig Montessie Sr
8. #68 Johny Mosley
9. #54 Tim Hughes
10. #80 Kevin Cassidy
11. #10 Jason Miller
12. #41 Jimmy Sharpe Jr.
13. #15 Ken Murphy
14. #44 Tim Powers
15. #1 Shot Mike Toret
16. #1T Dusin Turnage
17. #5H Tommy Hill
18. #27 Chad Scranton
19. #55 Joey Durbin
20. #17 Alan Peacock
21. #37D Kevin Durdin
22. #81 Marvin Hemsil
23. #2A Bobby Adams
DQ #34X Scotty Kay Jr
DQ #39M Craig Montessie Jr.
DQ #33 Jason Gambel
DQ        Shane Nichols



11/24/2014 3:14 PM


Florida_Cr
Re :   New Smyrna Speedway

RESULTS FOR 11-23

TRAVIS COPE MAKES LATE CHARGE TO TOP
FLORIDA GOVERNOR"S CUP 200 AT NEW SMYRNA SPEEDWAY
ALLEN CRASHES AND WINS SPORTSMAN 50

Travis Cope plants a kiss on the famed Governor's Cup Trophy

Travis Cope with the Governor's Cup trophy and his race winner's trophy in victory lane

by Dave Westerman

New Smyrna Speedway had to battle Mother Nature nearly all weekend, but the
skies cleared just long enough to get in the Florida Governor's Cup 200, a
race that had more twists and turns than a good pretzel with young Travis Cope
leading just the final two laps to score what amounted to an improbable
victory as it seemed he had everything going against him at various points.
The pit area was full even on Friday night as 38 Super Late Models signed in
just to practice along with a number of support division cars.  Jeff Choquette
of West Palm Beach, driving the Adrian Carriers car out of Milan, IL, was
fastest in two of the three sessions held for the Super Lates.

Saturday dawned overcast and a bit on the drizzly side but the wet stuff held
off long enough to get several practice sessions in the books.  However, just
after 3 pm the rain became a bit harder.  From time to time it would subside
only to return as drizzle and mist.  With a rather large time-consuming show
yet to run and the forecast for more drizzle, mist and even fog, track
officials decided to cancel the Saturday race program that was to have
included a 100-lap contest for the Modifieds, 75 laps for the Mini Stocks, and
races for the Super Stocks and Strictly Stocks.  Governor's Cup qualifying was
also postponed and rescheduled for Sunday.  The Modified and Mini Stock races
will be made up in January.

Overnight rain and thundershowers led to warm and breezy conditions Sunday
morning and the sun began to pop through the clouds as race teams enjoyed a
free breakfast on the grandstand side of the track sponsored by Eagle Jet
International.

By the time the cars hit the track for practice around 11 am, temperatures
were already around 80 degrees.  During the Super Late Model hot lap session,
2009 Governor's Cup winner Tim Russell had something break on his car and he
slid hard backwards into the turn one wall.  The damage was extensive and
Russell was forced to withdraw from competition.

In qualifying for the Governor's Cup race, Stephen Nasse was the 32nd car on
the track but going late in the session on a very warm track did not bother
the young shoe from Pinellas Park as he set quick time with a lap of 17.721
seconds, just a tick of the watch faster than 14-year-old Harrison Burton of
Hendersonville, NC who tripped the clocks at 17.795.  Choquette was third
quick at 17.816 followed closely by the 17.817 lap of Bobby Good and Brad
May's 17.818.  Defending Governor's Cup champion Augie Grill of Hayden, AL was
sixth quick at 17.885 seconds.

This was an impound race and the cars were not to be touched after time
trials.  Crew members went to seven cars as they sat on pit road thus negating
their time trial efforts.  These included fast qualifier Nasse, ninth fast
qualifier Cope, Jordan Ives, Brian Campbell, George Gorham, Jr., Michael Self
and Dustin Dunn.  All were relegated to the back of the grid for the start of
the big race.  The shake-up then placed Burton on the pole position flanked by
Choquette with Good and May starting from row two.

Pre-race ceremonies featured a quintet of drivers who won the race in previous
years who were not in this year's field.  Joining the festivities were 1966
Governor's Cup winner Bobby Brack, 1970 winner Don Gregory, 1979 victor Jim
"Freight Train" Fenton, 1983 winner LeRoy Porter and Jimmy Cope, the only
driver to win a Governor's Cup event at it's original track, Golden Gate
Speedway in Tampa (1982) and at New Smyrna (2000).
Florida U. S. Congressman Bill Posey read a message from Governor Rick Scott
then proceeded to recognize all veterans sitting in the stands from two WWII
vets to those currently serving in the United States Armed Forces.  All were
designated as Grand Marshals for the event and together gave the command for
the drivers to start their engines.

Thirty-seven cars took the green flag but the first start of the race was
aborted quickly when 24th starting Dusty Cornelius pounded the turn two wall
ending his day before it began.  Rick "Fireball" Maguire also began having
trouble under caution and eventually pulled out with a faulty clutch.

The second attempt at a start went more according to plan as Choquette roared
out to an early advantage over pole-sitter Burton.  Choquette had things
pretty well in hand when the caution flew on lap eight.  The large field of
cars was creating so much turbulence that part of a billboard blew off and
landed on the back stretch approaching turn three.

On the restart, Brandon Johnson had something let go on his car and he popped
the turn one wall.  Nasse had also come in contact with another car during the
restart and pitted with significant damage to the front of his machine.  He
would not return to competition.  Daniel Keene, Jr. also pitted under the
yellow flag with what looked to be a transmission issue but his crew got him
back on track for the next restart.

As the green flew Choquette again began to put some distance on the field
while Grill was on the move taking fourth on lap 30.  Brian Finney spun off
turn two to bring out the caution on lap 34 and then immediately retired from
the event.  Grill got a great jump on the restart and zipped into second spot
a few car lengths behind Choquette.  Lap 54 saw Dustin Dunn loop his car in
turn two with Cope also getting spun onto pit road just as the yellow flag
flew.  Several cars, including Cope, pitted under this caution period to make
adjustments.

Choquette continued to hold off Grill as the next yellow flew on lap 60 for a
turn two tangle involving Anthony Cataldi, Dakotah Stephens and Derek
Griffith.  All three pitted for repairs and continued.  Shortly after taking
the green, the caution was back out again on lap 69 for a spin by David Green
who got the car pointed in the right direction and continued.

On the restart things started getting racy for the top spot as Grill really
began to pressure Choquette.  Grill made a bold move going into turn three on
lap 75 bumping Choquette and forcing him up the track as Grill took a lead
that would last only until turn two when Choquette slammed his car into
Grill's putting Grill into the wall.  Grill was done for the day while
Choquette's car had just minor damage from both altercations.  Track officials
put their foot down though and parked Choquette for unsportsmanlike conduct.
That ended the efforts of both drivers in their quest for a third Governor's
Cup win.

While all this was going on nobody was really noticing the great effort being
put in by T. J. Duke.  The young driver from Southwest Ranches had put his car
in third place before the Choquette/Grill incident and now found himself in
the lead.  Duke made the most of it as he sped out to a big advantage on the
restart.  Lap 82 saw Keene back hard into the turn one wall ending his
afternoon.  Duke continued to have a solid run and had built up another comfy
advantage before David Rogers, with something amiss with his car, spun in turn
two on lap 99.

The field took the half-way signal under caution with Duke leading Wayne
Anderson, Burton, Good, Steven Wallace, Joe Boyd, Cody Coughlin, Brad May,
Anthony Sergi and Rich Clouser.  Cope had now worked his way up to 11th spot.
Duke continued to lead only to see Green spin a second time on lap 105.  After
this spin Green retired from competition.  With still 20 laps remaining until
the "competition caution" for refueling and tire changes, Joe Boyd had his car
stall in turn two, out of fuel.  Boyd's car was pushed to pit road where his
crew dumped in a can of gas and sent him back out.

On the restart Wayne Anderson forged his way to the point bringing Steven
Wallace with him as Duke slipped back to third.  As the field to the yellow
for the break at lap 125 it was Anderson out front trailed by Wallace, Duke,
Good, Coughlin, Burton, Cope, Chris Davidson, Ray Black, Jr. and Brian
Campbell.  Rogers' car slowed as the yellow came out with he too being out of
fuel.

Anderson now began to check out on the restart as Bobby Good was now charging
hard, moving up to second spot on lap 128.  Lap 131 saw Jordan Ives into the
turn one wall after tangling with Campbell.  During the caution there were
reports that Anderson's car was leaking oil.  Anderson pulled his car on pit
road where chief tech inspector Rocky Brooks determined there was indeed oil
leaking from the machine.  Anderson's crew jacked up the car but, after a few
moments, determined the problem could not be fixed quickly and a dejected
Anderson drove his car into the pit area.  During a pre-race interview,
Anderson said matter-of-factly that if he won the Governor's Cup for a fourth
time that he would retire on the spot.  That will still be left for
speculation.

On the restart all heck broke loose off turn two.  Duke got into the back of
Rich Clouser sending Clouser into a spin.  Cope spun to miss everything and
stayed out of trouble but Ray Black, Jr. nailed Clouser's car with Joe Boyd
also slamming into the fray.  Cody Coughlin tried to slip by up high but
grazed the wall.  Clouser pitted and continued after repairs were made.  Boyd
also pitted but was not so lucky as his machine was to badly hurt to continue.

Black's car need a tow from the track ending what had been a very good run.
Coughlin pitted and his crew mad some minor repairs but his car refused to
re-fire and he too was out of the running.  Duke continued but was sent to the
back of the restart line-up for turning Clouser.  Just 16 of the 37 original
starters were still running with just over 60 laps to go as Good rocketed to a
huge lead on the restart while a resurgent Cope moved up to second place on
lap 155 but was nearly a full straight behind Good. 

The race stayed green and would run that way to the checker.  As the laps wore
down, Cope began to inch his way closer to Good.  With ten laps remaining,
Cope had closed the gap to just a few car lengths not knowing that Good's
brakes were fading.  Going into turn three on the next-to-last lap, Good drove
in a bit too hard and, with no brakes, slid high allowing Cope to assume the
point and take the white flag as the leader.  At that point, Good could only
watch as Cope drove off to the checker to get his name placed on the
Governor's Cup trophy alongside his uncle Jimmy Cope and so many other great
names in short track Late Model racing.

Cope was quick to praise his crew in victory lane for "not giving up" and
giving him a car capable of pulling off the victory late in the event.  Cope's
dad Mike is a former NASCAR Winston Racing All-Pro champion who never had much
luck in the Governor's Cup races he ran over his career and he was incredibly
impressed with his son's run to the victory.  Travis also became the first
recipient of the Governor's Cup winner's ring presented in victory lane by
Andrew Hart.  Cope's win was worth $15,000.

A dejected Bobby Good took his runner-up finish with a grain of salt saying it
was just a combination of "bad brakes and brain fade" that kept his name off
the Governor's Cup.  Harrison Burton came out on top of a crowd-pleasing
side-by-side battle with Steven Wallace to finish on the podium in third
place.  "We bumped and rubbed a little bit but Steve ran me clean and that's
all you can ask for in that kind of situation," said Burton.  "I'm really
thrilled to finish this high in a race with so many great drivers and we'll be
back for the World Series in February," he said.

Wallace was fourth while Texan Chris Davidson ran a steady, heady race to
claim fifth.  Rounding out the top ten were Canada's Alex Labbe, David Rogers,
Brian Campbell, T. J. Duke and Brad May.  Utah driver Michael Self found
himself three laps down at one point after an early green flag pit stop but
used the "lucky dog" during several cautions to get back on the lead lap and
wound up 11th ahead of Clouser, George Gorham, Jr. and Anthony Cataldi as just
14 cars were running at the finish.  Anthony Sergi had a top-ten effort going
but his engine went sour with just a few laps remaining and he was the last
car to fall by the wayside taking 15th spot.

Roger Blevins took the initial lead in the 50-lap Sportsman feature from his
outside pole starting spot only to see caution fly on lap four as Timmy Todd,
Jr. spun in turn four.  Todd Allen zoomed by Blevins for the lead on lap 11
just as another yellow flag flew when Jamie Kennedy hit the turn one wall.
With Allen out front a huge crash took place on the back stretch on lap 13.
When the dust cleared, the cars of Scott Bramlett, Michael Williams, Jr.,
Colin Allman, David Williamson, Phil Luizzo and Todd were all out of the race
with damage.  On the restart, Daniel Conlin, Jr. moved to the high side to
battle Allen for the lead and the pair tangled coming off turn two sending
Allen's car head-on into the wall.

As Allens's car was towed to the pits, a light rain began to fall.  The rain
began to get heavier and at that point it was decided to call the race
complete with the finish reverting back to the way the cars crossed the
start-finish line on the last green flag lap.  That gave Allen the victory
despite having a badly wrecked race car.

Conlin would be credited with second trailed by George Gorham, Jr., Ron
Gustafson and Blevins.  Rounding out the top ten were Aaron Williamson, Junior
Beckner, Allman, Donny Williams and Bobby Mobley.  Completing the finishing
field of 25 were Austin Howell, Patrick Thomas, David Williamson, Michael
Williams, Jr., Bramlett, Wesley Keller, Todd, Luizzo, Jason Foster, George
Alexander, Mike Dahm, Adam Soukup, Scott Garrity, Kennedy and Derrick Wood.

The field of 37 drivers poses for a pre-race group shot

49th Governor's Cup Super Late Models 200

Finish Start Car Driver Hometown Points
1 - 26C  Travis Cope    Weeki Wachee, Fl 0.00 
2 - 27    Bobby Good     Lake Mary, Fl 0.00 
3 - 12    Harrison Burton     Huntersville , Nc 0.00 
4 - 66    Stephen Wallace     Mooresville , Nc 0.00 
5 - 14    Chris Davidson      - 0.00 
6 - 36L   Alex Labbe      - 0.00 
7 - 11    David Rogers     Orlando , Fl 0.00 
8 - 81    Brian Campbell      - 0.00 
9 - 28    TJ Duke     Sw Ranches, Fl 0.00 
10 - 10M    Brad May     Oviedo , Fl 0.00 
11 - 99    Michael Self      - 0.00 
12 - 9C    Rich Clouser      - 0.00 
13 - 10    George Gorham Jr    Lakeland , Fl 0.00 
14 - 00C   Anthony Cataldi     Umatilla , Fl 0.00 
15 - 20    Anthony Sergi    Oviedo , Fl 0.00 
16 - 79    Dakotah Stephens     Brandon , Fl 0.00 
17 - 84    Wayne Anderson     Wildwood , Fl 0.00 
18 - 19    Ray Black, Jr    Jacksonville , Fl 0.00 
19 - 5     Joe Boyd      - 0.00 
20 - 1X    Cody Coughlin     Delaware , Oh 0.00 
21 - 18    Jordan Ives      - 0.00 
22 - 12G    David Green     Ft Pierce, Fl 0.00 
23 - 12D    Derek Griffith     Hudson , Nh 0.00 
24 - 5K    Daniel Keene Jr     - 0.00 
25 - 29    Jeff Choquette     Loxahatchee , Fl 0.00 
26 - 112    Augie Grill      - 0.00 
27 - 7    Johanna Long      - 0.00 
28 - 59    Dustin Dunn     Jupiter , Fl 0.00 
29 - 26P    Bubba Pollard     Senoia , Ga 0.00 
30 - 12F    Brian Finney     Merritt Island, Fl 0.00 
31 - 57    Michael Lira     Port Orange, Fl 0.00 
32 - 40E    Danny Esposito Jr    Loxahatchee , Fl 0.00 
33 - 51    Stephen Nasse     Pinellas Park, Fl 0.00 
34 - 41    Brandon Johnson      - 0.00 
35 - 18J    Zachary Jarrell     New Smyrna, Fl 0.00 
36 - 119    Richard Maguire     Williston , Fl 0.00 
37 - 22    Dusty Cornelius     Cocoa , Fl 0.00 
38 - 36    Tim Russell     Apopka , Fl 0.00 DNS
39 - 77    Jeff Scofield     Plant City, Fl 0.00 DNS
40 - 87    Daniel Foster     Sarasota , Fl 0.00 DNS

Governor's Cup Qualifying Results

1 51 Stephen Nasse   17.721
2 12 Harrison Burton 17.795
3 29 Jeff Choquette 17.816
4 27 Bobby Good 17.817
5 10M Brad May 17.818
6 112 Augie Grill 17.885
7 28 TJ Duke 17.891
8 84 Wayne Anderson 17.915
9 36L Alex Labbe 17.938
10 26 Travis Cope 17.948
11 81 Brian Campbell 17.963
12 11 David Rogers 17.973
13 66 Steven Wallace 17.979
14 20 Anthony Sergi 17.980
15 9 Rich Clouser 17.985
16 5K Daniel Keene, Jr.   18.012
17 5 Joe Boyd 18.028
18 1 Cody Coughlin   18.050
19 12G David Green   18.060
20 10 George Gorham 18.074
21 12D Derek Griffith   18.081
22 7 Johanna Long 18.094
23 41 Brandon Johnson 18.101
24 19 Ray Black, Jr.   18.107
25 14 Chris Davidson 18.122
26 26P Bubba Pollard 18.166
27 00 Anthony Cataldi 18.184
28 99 Michael Self 18.212
29 22 Dusty Cornelius 18.217
30 59 Dustin Dunn 18.232
31 12F Brian Finney 18.264
32 79 Dakotah Stephens 18.378
33 18 Zach Jarrell 18.505
34 57 Michael Lira 18.604
35 119 Rich Maguire 19.631
 
Sportsmans  50(called after 13 laps for rain)
 
Finish Start Car Driver Hometown Points
1 - 211  Todd Allen     Debary , Fl 50.00 
2 - 11    Daniel Conlin      - 48.00 
3 - 03    George Gorham Jr    Lakeland , Fl 47.00 
4 - 10    Ron Gustafson     Winter Garden, Fl 46.00 
5 - 51    Roger Blevins     Bartow , Fl 45.00 
6 - 13    Aaron Williamson     Palm Harbor, Fl 44.00 
7 - 71    Earl Beckner     Apopka , Fl 43.00 
8 - 67    Collin Allman      - 42.00 
9 - 111    Donald Williams     Tangerine , Fl 41.00 
10 - 29    Bobby Mobley     Eagle Lake, Fl 40.00 
11 - 17    Austin Howell     Ormond Beach, Fl 39.00 
12 - 25T    Patrick Thomas     Orlando , Fl 38.00 
13 - 12    David Williamson     Mulberry , Fl 37.00 
14 - 9R    Michael Williams     Mims , Fl 36.00 
15 - 22    Scott Bramlet     St Cloud, Fl 35.00 
16 - 06    Wesley Keller     Lake City, Fl 34.00 
17 - 25    Timothy Todd Jr.    Kissimmee , Fl 33.00 
18 - 27    Philip Luizzo     New Smyrna, Fl 32.00 
19 - 49    Jason Foster     Melbourne , Fl 31.00 
20 - 63    George Alexander     Melbourse , Fl 30.00 
21 - 21    Michael Dahm      , Fl 29.00 
22 - 45A    Adam Soukup     Farmington , Nm 28.00 
23 - 07    Scott Garrity     Port Richey, Fl 27.00 
24 - 99    Jamie Kennedy      - 26.00 
25 - 33    Derrick Wood     Orlando , Fl 25.00



11/23/2014 5:05 PM


Florida_Cr
Re :   Desoto Speedway

RESULTS FOR 11-22

Crash-and-bash brings Desoto's season to a close

Crash-and-bash brings Desoto's season to a close
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by Scott Lockwood

A packed house saw some of the nation's top monster truck drivers and a unique night of racing brought Desoto Speedway's 2014 racing season to a close Saturday night.

Former World Freestyle champion Jimmy Creton headlined the monster truck show in his Bounty Hunter ride. After a freestyle run around the track that featured crushing cars, Creton, now driving the Iron Outlaw truckm scaled a tall mound of dirt placed on the front stretch and successfully landed a backflip to the delight of the large crowd in attendance.

Other trucks on hand included Dawn Creton in Scarlett Bandit, Nate Kirchner in 5 Finger Death Punch and former Desoto Speedway announcer Todd Morey in Iron Outlaw.

Saturday night's racing action included enduro-style racing where racers continue racing under green regardless of conditions on the track. In the 50-lap 6 and 8-cylinder enduro, Richard Campbell passed Duane Campbell two laps into the event and had built a solid lead over Joe Lombardi when the red flag flew at the 25-lap mark. The field was inverted and Duane Campbell found himself back in the lead.

Richard Campbell needed just three laps to get back to the field. As other cars spewed debris all over the track, Campbell picked his way through the carnage and sailed to the win. Nicholas Malverty finished in the runner-up spot.

In the 30-lap 4-cylinder enduro, Mike Gamache looked like the man to beat over the first half of the race. On lap 12, several cars spun in front of the leaders, forcing a red flag.

The field was inverted for the last 18 laps of the race. Wesley Rounds inherited the lead but was quickly overtaken by Chris Larson for the top spot. About five laps after the restart, Gamache and Rounds got together and spun, which took Gamache out of contention for the win.

Larson was unchallenged for the lead over the final 10 laps and cruised to the victory. Darrell Taylor finished second.

In other action Saturday night, Ron Sorenson and Brittany Hart won the 25-lap switch-off race, Cory Shantry won the 6-cylinder road course race; Gamache held off Sorenson to win the 4-cylinder road course race; Joe Lombardi won the 6-cylinder flag pole race; Casey Rounds won the 4-cylinder flag pole race, and Lombardi won the demolition derby.

V8/V6 Enduro

1. 132 Richard Campbell
2. 3 Duane Campbell

4 CYL Enduro

1. 48 Chris Larson
2. 0 Darrell Taylor

Men & Women Switch Off

1. 84 Ron Sorenson Jr. & Brittany Hart
2. 0 Darrell Taylor & Kayla Jones

Road Course

1. 13 Cory Shantry
2. 17 Nicholas Malverty

4 Cyl. Road Coarse

1. 85 Mike Gamache
2. 84 Isaiah Blount

V8/ V6 Flag Pole Race

1. 869 Joe Lombardi
2. 5Y Aaaron Yanke
4 Cyl Flag Pole Race
1. 65 Casey Rounds
2. 84 Isaiah Blount

Punk Race

1. 869 Joe Lambardi
2. 13 Cory Shantry

Demo Derby

1. 860 Joe Lombardi

Other Champions and top finishers from Desoto Speedway:

DESOTO SPEEDWAY 2014 RACE SEASON TOP TEN

SUPER LATE MODELS

1 30 JESSIE DUTILLY 171
2 5 JOE BOYD 147
3 6 JEFF SCOFIELD 145
4 47 CHRIS FONTAINE 132
5 28 BILLY BIGLEY JR 127
6 128 DYLAN BIGLEY 121

OPEN WHEELS 2014

1 94 DALTON NELSON 397
2 37 NICK HERNANDEZ 375
3 25 L.J. GRIMM 357
4 99 CODY STICKLER 350
5 45 JOEY LOGAN 269

SPORTSMAN

1 56 BRANDON MORRIS 315
2 13 AARON WILLIAMSON 275
3 35 GREG KROM 221
4 4R RICK REED 203
5 47 RYAN PANCOAST 183

PRO TRUCKS

1 50 DANNY ANDERSON 188
2 37 NICK HERNANDEZ 184
3 1 TYLER LAU 176
4 36 CHAD CHASTAIN 152
5 09 TOMMY CAVENEY 141

STREET STOCKS 2014

1 91 ANDER JACKSON 401
2 80 RICHARD NELSON 350
3 42 DENNIS WILSON 290
4 77 JAMES DELLEA III 250
5 57 JIM BRENNER 229
6 7 BLAINE BAER 210

PURE STOCK 2014

1 3 DUANE BEST 611
2 67 JIMMIE BEST 603
3 80X CHAD CUMMINGS 564
4 63 KYLE BEST 542
5 97 CHRIS SCOTT 419

MOD MINI’S 2014

1 93 JEFF FIRESTINE 331
2 45 MIKE KARRIVAN 308
3 68 LOGAN ALLEN 166
4 6 DAVE DAVIS 162
5 32 DEAN BUTRUM 113

BOMBERS

1 10 TRISTAN COLLINS 264
2 57 AARON HOLMES 242
3 75 CARL THOMPSON 228
4 22 ANN MARIE RICARDI 171
5 39 JERRY TETTING 131
6 15 CLINT SNYDER 113

COWBOY CADILLACS 2014

1 6 KRIS BRIDGES 239
2 5 ED SNYDER 238
3 80 RICHARD NELSON 230
4 63 JAMES WRIGHT 216
5 2 LANCE SOBER 112




11/23/2014 6:26 AM


Florida_Cr
Re :   East Bay Raceway Park

RESULTS FOR 11-22

Austin Sanders Win Inaugural Emil & Dale Reutimann Memorial
With Four Laps To Go At East Bay Raceway Park

Austin Sanders along with Joy Reutimann in Victory Lane

GIBSONTON — At East Bay Raceway on Saturday night feature winners on the 1/3-mile clay oval were Josh Richards in the Late Models, Buck Woodhouse in the Q Auto & Injury Attorneys Street Stocks, Austin Sanders in the Emil & Dale Reutimann Memorial 50-lap Gagel’s Open Wheel Modifieds and Jamie Frankland in the Florida Old Time Modifieds.

In the Late Model 25-lap feature event it was Josh Richards in the KBM Late Model leading all 25-laps.Finishing in the second spot was hard charging Travis Varnadore with Roger Crouse third. Richards and Kyle Musselman won their heats.

In the Q Auto & Injury Attorneys Street Stocks 15-lap feature it was Buck Woodhouse claiming his tenth feature win of the season and claiming the 2014 Q Auto & Injury Attorneys Street Stock Championship. Finishing second was David Barwick, II and Thomas Burnside third. Barwick, II and John Bradley won their heats.

In the Inaugural Emil & Dale Reutimann Memorial for the Gagle’s Open Wheel Modifieds running a topless 50-lap feature event it was Austin Sanders taking over with just four laps to go as Travis Varnadore had to pull to the infield after running out of fuel. Varnadore finished with a disappointing fourteenth place finish. Finishing second was Jason Gross who led the first 24-laps of the feature and third went to Steve Miller. Miller, Gross and Varnadore all won their heat races.

In the Florida Old Time Modifieds it was Jamie Frankland winning the 12-lap feature. Second went to Dan Darnell with Roger Herbach third.

Action continues next Saturday night with the Monster Trucks invading East Bay. Zoltan Bathory from the band Five Finger Death Punch and guitarist will be here along with the husband and wife team of Jimmy and Dawn Creten along with Florida native Todd Morey. Also here next weekend will be the Outlaw Fours, Motorstats.com 4 Cylinder Bombers and a 4cyl-V6 Demo derby to cap off the night. Next week will be a Special Event so look to the website and Friday’s paper for ticket prices. For information, visit eastbayracewaypark.com or call 813-677-7223.

EAST BAY RACEWAY
Saturday’s results

Emil & Dale Reutimann Memorial Gagel’s Open Wheel Modifieds Topless (50-lap feature)

1. 64 Austin Sanders
2. 12 Jason Gross
3. 8S Steve Miller
4. 8M Matt Miller
5. 9 Roger Crouse
6. 64JR Billy Workman, Jr.
7. 35 Jerry Bruce
8. 00 Buzzie Reutimann
9. 73 Nate Bregenzer
10. 20 Lars Amundsen
11. 22 Dale Kelley
12. 7L Frank Lewis
13. 9S Slater Blickensderfer
14. 205 Travis Varnadore
15. 2 Devin Dixon
16. 67 Garrett Stewart
17. 51 Dalton Lanich
18. 43J James Decker
19. 15 Paul Rivall
20. 78 Rich Pratt
21. 66 Kyle Bronson
22. 00D David Reutimann

Late Models (25-lap feature)

1. 40B Josh Richards
2. 14 Travis Varnadore
3. 15 Roger Crouse
4. 11 Doug Horton
5. 311 Kenny Monahan
6. 27P Mike Pegher
7. 17SS Shan Smith
8. 46M Kyle Mussleman
9. 105 Dave Schmauss
10. 11M Megan Meyer
11. 73 Jeremy Simpson
12. 141 Mavrick Varnadore

Q Auto & Injury Attorneys Street Stocks (15-lap feature)

1. 55 Buck Woodhouse
2. 89 David Barwick, II
3. 13 Thomas Burnside
4. 32 Taylor Gant
5. 31 William Burnside
6. 75R Brandon Pitts
7. 22 Thomas Pratt
8. 12 Garry Sheffield
9. 75 Billy Barstow
10. 58 Matt Bozeman
11. 189 Derek Gray
12. 23 Rebecca Paugh
13. 56 Brett Koch
14. 68 Mike Wilson
15. X John Bradley

Florida Old Time Modifieds (12-lap feature)

1. 1 Jamie Frankland
2. 111 Dan Darnell
3. 47 Roger Herbach
4. 22 Tom McDonald
5. 22S Mark Steve



11/23/2014 6:04 AM


Florida_Cr
Re :   Bubba Raceway Park

RAIN POSTPONES CHEVROLET PERFORMANCE
WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP RACE UNTIL JANUARY 31

Rain has postponed the 10th Annual Chevrolet Performance World Championship Race for the NeSmith Late Models at Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, FL until January 31, 2015.  The preliminary events were held on Friday night that has set the first 16 starting spots for the $10,000-to-win 100-lap main event, and the two B-Main races that will be run on the make-up date.  (Adam Stewart Photo)

Rain has postponed the 10th Annual Chevrolet Performance World Championship Race for the NeSmith Late Models at Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, FL until January 31, 2015. The preliminary events were held on Friday night that has set the first 16 starting spots for the $10,000-to-win 100-lap main event, and the two B-Main races that will be run on the make-up date. (Adam Stewart Photo)

OCALA, FL – Rain has postponed the 10th Annual Chevrolet Performance World Championship Race at Bubba Raceway Park until January 31, 2015.  The preliminary events were held on Friday night that has set the first 16 starting spots for the $10,000-to-win 100-lap main event, and the two B-Main races that will be run on the make-up date.

The January 31 make-up date for the World Championship Race will coincide with the opening of the 2015 NeSmith Late Model season.  The first three 2015 point races are scheduled for Bubba Raceway Park, and have been moved with a 40-lap $2,000-to-win race on January 28, a 50-lap $2,500-to-win race on January 29, and a 50-lap $3,000-to-win race on January 30.

The World Championship Race that has been rescheduled for January 31will be a non-points race on that date, as the 2014 NeSmith Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series points season has now officially come to an end.  Each driver that is currently entered for the World Championship Race will receive 30 points toward their 2014 point total.

Any drivers not yet entered for the World Championship Race may do so on January 31 and tag on to the tail of a B-Main race behind drivers currently listed on the posted line-up set prior to the postponement. 

For more information and rules about the NeSmith Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series, visit the series all-new web site at www.nesmithracing.com, or visit the series on Facebook at NeSmith Racing.  Becoming a fan of the NeSmith Racing Facebook page will make you eligible for special prizes that will be given away each month.  You can follow us on Twitter @NeSmithRacing.

10TH ANNUAL CHEVROLET PERFORMANCE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP RACE “SWEET 16” FEATURE RACE LINE-UP FOR JANUARY 31:

ROW 1:

1L Darrell Lanigan – RJ1 Jacob Hawkins

ROW 2:

2 Dennis Franklin – 25 Justin McRee

ROW 3:

5 Ronnie Johnson – 2c Joey Coulter

ROW 4:

33 Carter Stokes – 58 Mark Whitener

ROW 5:

02 Keith Nosbisch – 87 Walker Arthur

ROW 6:

40b Kyle Bronson – H2 Matt Henderson

ROW 7:

49 Jonathan Davenport – 33x Ivedent Lloyd Jr. ROW 8:

11 Doug Horton – 14 Tyler Clem

B-MAIN LINE-UPS FOR JANUARY 31, 2015 (Top 3 Transfer To Main Event):

1ST B-MAIN:

27p Mike Pegher Jr. – 12 Ryan Montgomery

40r Josh Richards – 17ss Shan Smith

27 Michael Lake – 18 Chase Edge

B69 Bryan Bernhardt – 44 John Ruggiero

22 Cecil Eunice – 17s Jeff Smith

110 Brent Barrett – 21 Mario Gresham

45 Damon Flowers

2ND B-MAIN:

51 Mack McCarter – 33 Jeff Mathews

101 Forest Trent – 56 Eric Hickerson

56n Chris Noah (R) – 19 Marcus Minga

1 Johnny Stokes – 77 Charlie Flowers

08 Justin Shipley – 66 Jake Knowles

10 Ryan Crane – 121 Michael Blount

21 Jamie Pickard

 DRIVERS CURRENTLY NOT ENTERED FOR THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP MAY DO SO ON JANUARY 31 AND TAG ON TO THE TAIL OF THE B-MAIN RACE!!!



11/22/2014 1:35 PM


Florida_Cr
Re :   Bronson Speedway

Rained Out for Tonight 11-22

Races have been cancelled tonight at Bronson Speedway due to inclement weather moving in a day earlier than expected. This race event will be moved to next Sunday, Nov. 30th, with the Demolition Derby, which will be the final race of the year. Races will begin at 2:00. The GRUDGE MATCH will be moved to next Sunday as well. Have a good Thanksgiving, and see you all Sunday the 30th!



11/22/2014 1:33 PM


Florida_Cr
Re :   Five Flags Speedway

Entries as of 11-22

47th Annual Snowball Derby Super Late Models 300

Car#/Driver/Location
01 Travis Braden Wheeling, WV
05 Bayley Currey Driftwood, TX
07 Corey LaJoie Cornelius, NC
1 Mike Garvey Pensacola, Fl
10 Steve Dorer Lakeland, FL
11 David Rogers Orlando, FL
11 Logan Boyett Pensacola, FL
112 Augie Grill Hayden, AL
12 Charles Price Ontario, CA
12 Harrison Burton Huntersville, NC
129 Spencer Davis Dahlonega, GA
16 Jacob Gomes Manteca, CA
18 Hunter Robbins Shorter, AL
2 D J Vanderley Mobile, AL
2 Clay Rogers Troutman, NC
2 w Donnie Wilson Oklahoma City, OK
2 Spencer Gallagher Charlotte, NC
21 Johanna Long Pensacola, FL
22 Jeremy Pate Pensacola, FL
22 Josh Bragg Helena, MS
26 Bubba Pollard Senoia, GA
26 Preston Peltier Concord, NC
26 Rick Turner Yorktown, IN
29 Anderson Bowen Suwanee, GA
29 Jeff Choquette West Palm Beach, FL
3 Ross Kenseth Jenison, MI
31 Kyle Grissom Concord, NC
37 Brian Hoar Williston, VT
4 Kyle Plott Marietta, GA
41 TJ Reaid Acworth, GA
42 Chad Finley Dewitt, MI
42 Dennis Prunty Knowles, WI
43 Dennis Schoenfeld Van Buren, AR
43 Derek Thorn Bakersfield, CA
45 Dwayne Baggay Canton, GA
47 Allen Karnes Sharpsburg, GA
47 Chris Fontaine Lakeland, FL
47 Jordan Sims Sault Ste Marie, ON
5 Jerry Artuso Sault Ste Marie, ON
51 Erik Jones Byron, MI
51 Stephen Nasse Pinellas Park, FL
56 Gus Dean Bluffton, SC
57 Austin Theriault Fort Kent, ME
57 Cole Timm Mooresville, NC
5G Will Gallaher Santa Rosa, CA
5S Dalton Sargeant Boca Raton, FL
67 Clay Jones Goldsboro, NC
7 Casey Roderick Lawrenceville, GA
7 Paul Shafer Jr. Portage, IN
71 Johnny VanDoorn Coopersville, MI
71 Kyle Benjamin Easley, SC
79 Kyle Bryant Navarre, FL
8 John Hunter Nemechek Mooresville, NC
83 Scotty Ellis Forsyth, GA
811 Mason Mingus Brentwood, TN
88 Garrett  Jones Mooresville, NC
88 Roger Reuse Birmingham, Al
9 Chase Elliott Dawsonville, GA
9 Mark Kraus Stratford, WI
91 Ty Majeski Seymour, WI
91 Zak Hausler Tomball, TX
95 Derrick Griffin Indianapolis, IN
96 Benjamin Z. Kennedy Daytona Beach, FL
98 Daniel Hemric Kannapolis, NC
99 Casey Smith Austin, TX
99 J J Haley Winamac, IN
TBA Grant Enfinger Huntersville, NC

67 TOTAL ENTRIES

Snowflake Pro Late Models 100

Car#/Driver/Location 
17 Kurt Guillot Escatawpa, MS
01 Derek Scott Jr. Franklin, TX
01 Travis Braden Wheeling, WV
04 Corey Roper Baytown, TX
05 Bayley Currey Driftwood, TX
08 Travis Nelson Hurley, MS
1 Mike Garvey Pensacola, Fl
10 R.S. Senter Oakwood, GA
10 Steve Dorer Lakeland, FL
11 Brad May Oviedo, FL
11 Johanna Long Pensacola, FL
11aa Willie Allen Nashville, TN
11 Stacey Crain Brentwood, TN
112 Augie Grill Hayden, AL
12 Dan Leeck Birch Run, MI
12 Harrison Burton Huntersville, NC
12 Justin Steiner Houston, TX
129 Spencer Davis Dahlonega, GA
13 Hunter Baize Bremen, KY
13 Kevyn Terry Citra, FL
14 JR Bolden Calera, AL
14 Ryan Luza Cypress, TX
17 Chuck Tuck Athens, AL
18 Korey Ruble Headland, AL
21 Larry Blount Orange Park, FL
21 Riley Thornton Peachtree City, GA
22 Josh Bragg Helena, MS
23 Dalton Grindle Flowery Branch, GA
25 J T Schild Waller, TX
26 Bubba Pollard Senoia, GA
28 Grant Quinlan Harrison, MI
29 Anderson Bowen Suwanee, GA
3 Jordon McCallum Macon, GA
3 Brennon Willard Lebanon, MO
30 Bobby Knox, Jr. Clanton,AL
30 Rusty Sanford Seminary, MS
33 Dillion Oliver Bowling Green, KY
33 Dustin Mitchell Smith Mobile, AL
4 Elliott Massey Lucedale, MS
41 Brayton Hawes Youngsville, NC
42 Chad Finley Dewitt, MI
43 Justin South Leeds, AL
45 Dwayne Baggay Canton, GA
46 Cole Williams Sellersburg, IN
4s Trever McCoy Caledonia, MI
5 Bret Holmes Munford, AL
5 Dominique Van Wieringen Charlotte, NC
5 Justin Wakefield Adairsville, GA
5 Scooter  Grice Pensacola, FL
51 Kevin Roberge Quebe, QC
51 Perry Patino Mongtomery, AL
51 Zachary Knowles Houston, TX
55R Ronnie Osmer Pearl River, LA
56 Brandon Morris Mulberry, FL
56 Darryl Rudd Chipley, FL
68 John Robicheaux Gulfport, MS
6 Lee Langford Commerce, GA
7 Kyle Crump Brighton, MI
71 Corey Deuser Lanesville, IN
8 John Hunter Nemechek Mooresville, NC
811 Mason Mingus Brentwood, TN
82 Dana Bowers Medford, OR
84 Jake Moore Mobile, AL
84 Hunter Spivey Decatur, AL
88 Garrett  Jones Mooresville, NC
89 Bobby Reuse Hoover, AL
9 Kurt Jett Middleburg, FL
9 Chris Dilbeck Charlotte, NC
9 William Byron Charlotte, NC
96 Rick Pollaro Canyon Lake, TX
96 Benjamin Z. Kennedy Daytona Beach, FL
97 Cole Anderson Northfield, MN
97 Joey Polewarczyk, Jr. Hudsonville, NH
98 Russell Fleeman Dacula, GA
99 J J Haley Winamac, IN
99 Wayne Niedecken Milton, FL

76 TOTAL ENTRIES



11/22/2014 7:21 AM


Florida_Cr
Re :   Bubba Raceway Park

LANIGAN EARNS POLE FOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP RACE
AT BUBBA RACEWAY PARK

Darrell Lanigan of Union, KY drove the #1L Darrell Lanigan Racing Special to victory in the first 15-lap Heat Race on Friday night to earn the pole position for the $10,000-to-win 100-lap 10th Annual Chevrolet Performance World Championship Race on Saturday night at Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, FL. (Adam Stewart Photo)

OCALA, FL – Darrell Lanigan of Union, KY won the first Heat Race on Friday night driving the Darrell Lanigan Racing Special to earn the pole position for the $10,000-to-win 100-lap 10th Annual World Championship Race for the NeSmith Late Models on Saturday night at Bubba Raceway Park.

The top four finishers in the four 15-lap Heat Races set the “Sweet 16” starting line-up for the Big Show. Drivers that finished fifth on back in each of the heats will have another opportunity to make the World Championship Race starting line-up in one of two B-Main races to be held at Bubba Raceway Park tomorrow night.

Jacob Hawkins of Fairmont, WV won the second 15-lap Heat Race in the Bland’s Towing Rocket to earn the outside front row starting spot for the main event. Dennis “Rambo” Franklin of Gaffney, SC earned the inside second row starting spot with a third Heat Race win in the M&W Towing Special, and Justin McRee of Woodstock, AL will start on the outside of the second row after a fourth Heat Race win in the High Roller Race Cars Special.

Following Lanigan under the checkered flag in the second through four spots respectively in the first heat were the 2014 and two-time NeSmith Late Model National Champion Ronnie Johnson of Chattanooga, TN in the NeSmith Chevrolet Special, Keith Nosbisch of Valrico, FL in the Image Skin Care Rocket, and Jonathan Davenport of Blairsville, GA in the AES Racing Special.

Johnson set the fast time in Qualifying among the 42 entrants with a lap around Bubba Raceway Park in 15.334 seconds. Johnson will start the World Championship from the fifth starting spot, Nosbisch starts ninth, and Davenport starts on the inside of row seven.

Second through fourth in Heat Race two and earning the sixth, tenth, and 14th starting spots respectively were Joey Coulter of Concord, NC in the Wolfpack Racing Rocket, Walker Arthur of Forest, VA in the Cecil B. Arthur Beef Farms Special, and Ivedent Lloyd Jr. of Ocala, FL in the CURS Rocket.

Transferring along with Franklin out for the third Heat Race in the second through fourth spots and earning the seventh, 11th, and 15th starting spots for the World Championship Race respectively were Carter Stokes of New Smyrna Beach, FL in the RCR Rocket, Kyle Bronson of Tampa, FL in the Brandon Ford Rocket, and Doug Horton of Wimamma, FL in the Adams Used Auto Parts Warrior.

Finishing behind McRee in the second through fourth spots in the fourth Heat Race and earning the eighth, 12th and 16th starting spots for the main event respectively were Mark Whitener of Middleburg, FL in the Dave’s Towing Special, Matt Henderson of Loudon, FL in the Mighty Muffler and Brakes CVR, and Tyler Clem of St. Petersburg, FL in the Elder Ford Rocket.

At the age of 12, Clem made history by becoming the youngest driver to earn a starting spot for a NeSmith Late Model World Championship Race. The previous record was age 15 when Ryan Montgomery made the show two years ago.

For more information and rules about the NeSmith Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series, visit the series all-new web site at www.nesmithracing.com, or visit the series on Facebook at NeSmith Racing. Becoming a fan of the NeSmith Racing Facebook page will make you eligible for special prizes that will be given away each month. You can follow us on Twitter @NeSmithRacing.

PRELIMINARY EVENT RESULTS OF THE 10TH ANNUAL CHEVROLET PERFORMANCE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP RACE AT BUBBA RACEWAY PARK IN OCALA, FL ON 11/21/14:

 GROUP QUALIFYING:

 

GROUP 1:
POSCAR #DRIVERHOMETOWNCHASSISLAP 1LAP 2TIME
12Dennis FranklinGaffney, SCLonghorn15.62015.56415.564
212Ryan MontgomeryFairmont, WVWarrior15.77215.60815.608
333Carter StokesNew Smyrna Bch, FLRocket16.04615.72615.726
418eChase EdgeLaFayette, ALMastersbilt15.97315.74015.740
540bKyle BronsonTampa, FLRocket15.83215.78215.782
644John RuggieroLincolnton, NCBarry Wright16.01415.81715.817
711Doug HortonWimamma, FLWarrior15.87216.02215.872
817ssShan SmithDade City, FLGRT15.93316.22515.933
917sJeff SmithChatsworth, GAWarrior16.18416.26616.184
1021Mario GreshamRome, GAMastersbilt16.33116.66516.331
1121Jamie PickardColumbus, MSMastersbilt17.33216.91616.916
GROUP 2:
POSCAR #DRIVERHOMETOWNCHASSISLAP 1LAP 2TIME
15Ronnie JohnsonChattanooga, TNMastersbilt15.33415.39315.334
21LDarrell LaniganUnion, KYClub 2915.66815.46815.468
302Keith NosbischValrico, FLRocket15.67215.51215.512
427Michael LakeUniontown, PAWarrior15.57915.62015.579
549Jonathan DavenportBlairsville, GALonghorn15.82615.62115.621
6110Brent BarrettCleveland, MSGRT15.84015.65115.651
740rJosh RichardsClarksboro, WVRocket15.82715.68115.681
8B69Bryan BernhardtClearwater, FLRocket16.05215.76915.769
927pMike Pegher Jr.Cranberry, PAWarrior15.77915.85615.779
1022Cecil EuniceBlackshear, GAMastersbilt16.61816.07816.078
1145Damon FlowersHortense, GABarry Wright16.72616.52316.523
GROUP 3:
POSCAR #DRIVERHOMETOWNCHASSISLAP 1LAP 2TIME
125Justin McReeWoodstock, ALHRRC15.78115.59915.599
2H2Matt HendersonLoudon, TNCVR15.61715.75415.617
358Mark WhitenerMiddleburg, FLBarry Wright15.72315.72215.722
456Eric HickersonLinden, TNMastersbilt15.91715.75215.752
514Tyler ClemSt. Petersburg, FLRocket15.82815.82715.827
666Jake KnowlesTyrone, GARocket15.89415.88815.888
777Charlie FlowersHortense, GABarry Wright16.65616.02116.021
833Jeff MathewsValrico, FLRocket16.06616.08016.066
919Marcus MingaShannon, MSRocket16.56716.20316.203
10121Michael BlountSumrall, MSTrak-Star16.72716.58316.583
GROUP 4:
POSCAR #DRIVERHOMETOWNCHASSISLAP 1LAP 2TIME
1RJ1Jacob HawkinsFairmont, WVRocket15.72015.52915.529
210Ryan CranePanama City, FLTrak-Star15.75815.98015.758
333xIvedent LloydOcala, FLRocket15.83516.07915.835
42cJoey CoulterConcord, NCRocket15.91615.94015.916
587Walker ArthurForest, VAMastersbilt15.93616.04315.936
651Mack McCarterGatlinburg, TNCVR16.06115.94215.942
7101Forrest TrentTalbott, TNRocket16.23716.14316.143
856nChris Noah – RRainbow City, ALMastersbilt16.25416.22816.228
908Justin ShipleyDouglasville, GABarry Wright16.66216.36516.365
101Johnny StokesColumbus, MSGRT16.88316.53116.531

 

HEAT RACES (15 Laps – Top 4 Transfer To Main Event):

 

                1ST HEAT: 1. Lanigan; 2. Johnson; 3. Nosbisch; 4. Davenport; 5. Pegher; 6. Richards; 7. Lake; 8. Bernhardt; 9. Eunice; 10. Barrett; 11. D. Flowers.

 

                2ND HEAT: 1. Hawkins; 2. Coulter; 3. Arthur; 4. Lloyd; 5. McCarter; 6. Trent; 7. Noah (R); 8. J. Stokes; 9. Shipley; Crane DNS.

 

                3RD HEAT: 1. Franklin; 2. C. Stokes; 3. Bronson; 4. Horton; 5. Montgomery; 6. S. Smith; 7. Edge; 8. Ruggiero; 9. J. Smith; 10. Gresham; 11. Pickard.

 

                4TH HEAT: 1. McRee; 2. Whitener; 3. Henderson; 4. Clem; 5. Mathews; 6. Hickerson; 7. Minga; 8. C. Flowers; 9. Knowles; 10. Blount.

 

“SWEET 16”:

 

ROW 1:

1L Darrell Lanigan – RJ1 Jacob Hawkins
ROW 2:
2 Dennis Franklin – 25 Justin McRee
ROW 3:
5 Ronnie Johnson – 2c Joey Coulter
ROW 4:
33 Carter Stokes – 58 Mark Whitener
ROW 5:
02 Keith Nosbisch – 87 Walker Arthur
ROW 6:
40b Kyle Bronson – H2 Matt Henderson
ROW 7:
49 Jonathan Davenport – 33x Ivedent Lloyd Jr.
ROW 8:

11 Doug Horton – 14 Tyler Clem

 

SATURDAY NIGHT B-MAIN LINE-UPS (Top 3 Transfer To Main Event):

 

1ST B-MAIN:
27p Mike Pegher Jr. – 12 Ryan Montgomery
40r Josh Richards – 17ss Shan Smith
27 Michael Lake – 18 Chase Edge
B69 Bryan Bernhardt – 44 John Ruggiero
22 Cecil Eunice – 17s Jeff Smith

110 Brent Barrett – 21 Mario Gresham
45 Damon Flowers

 

2ND B-MAIN:
51 Mack McCarter – 33 Jeff Mathews
101 Forest Trent – 56 Eric Hickerson
56n Chris Noah (R) – 19 Marcus Minga
1 Johnny Stokes – 77 Charlie Flowers
08 Justin Shipley – 66 Jake Knowles
10 Ryan Crane – 121 Michael Blount
21 Jamie Pickard

 

R – Denotes Rookie of the Year Candidate



11/22/2014 6:57 AM


Florida_Cr
Re :   Orlando Speedworld

EMods to Race for $1000 at Orlando Speedworld

Orlando SpeedWorld will return to racing action Friday December 5th with 6 classes doing battle on the three-eighths mile track. Our big race of the night is the 50-lap E Mod race with $1000.00 prize for first place. Once again the racing program is being presented by Clean Cut Tree Service out of Melbourne, Florida. Pit gates open early at 2:00 with a $30.00 pit fee. No car registration. Spectator gates open a 7:00 and admission is $12.00. Racing starts at 8:00 pm.

Space Coast Welding & Fabrication of Melbourne Florida will be sponsoring the 50 lap E Mod Race. These are the fast cars so it’s going to be an exciting and fast race. $1000 to win and paying through the field. We’re expecting a lot of cars so that should be a great feature. Thank you Space Coast Welding & Fabrication for making this happen. For more information on this class you can call John Hodge at 321-480-6957.

Pay out as follows:
50 Lap E-Mod Race
Sponsored by Space Coast Fabrication 321-480-6957

$1000 to win
$600 2nd
$400 3rd
$300 4th
$200 5th
$175 6th
$150 7th
$125 8th
$100 9th
$50 thru the field

We also have the Antique Cars running. This is going to be a great race and fun to see the old cars again. Anything from a 1934 Ford to a 1970 Barracuda, including some 1950’s Chevys and much more. It’s always good to see the Vintage cars show up. We would like to thank them for coming to OSW.

We want to welcome the Mini Cups. It’s been a while since we’ve had these guys and gals race at Orlando Speed World and we have a lot of people excited to see them go. These cars are fully suspended and run a modified Honda gx390 engine hitting 80 mph on a 3/8th mile track. Good luck to them.

30 Lap Race
Pay out as follows:

1st place $400
2nd place $200
3rd place $175
4th place $150
5th place $100
6th thru the field $50

Our regularly scheduled classes are the 4 cylinder class, the V8 Bombers and the Super Stock class. All those classes are a blast to watch and we hope to have a great turn out for them as well.

25 Lap Race
Strictly stocks and 4 cylinders payouts:

1st place $200.00
2nd place $100.00
3rd $75.00
4th and 5th $50.00

25 Lap Race
Super Stocks

1st place is $300.00
2nd place is $150.00
3rd place is $75.00
4th 5th place is $50.00

Clean Cut Tree Service would like to thank Shawn Beck, Owner of Jack’s Wrecker Service in Melbourne, Florida for helping sponsor the December 5th night of racing and for the use of their wrecker service at the track on race night. We would like to personally thank John Hodge of Space Coast Fabrication and Welding for his generous support to get this E Mod class underway. Also like to give a shout out to Bruce at Brevard Rentals for his help and providing equipment to work at the track. Thank you also to Southeast Waterproofing for their donation to the strictly stock and 4 cylinder classes. Thank you to Old School Racing Team for their donations and their support for the strictly and super stock classes. We will be announcing new and other sponsors before the race and with the results after the race.

Please come out and support these drivers and enjoy a full night of racing and action. For any questions you can call Robert Skinner at 321-848-4416. Thank you and we look forward to seeing you there. Let’s go racing!



11/22/2014 6:50 AM


Guest
Re :   Putnam County Speedway

We have been waiting for someone to take this track and do great things with it. We have been fans of this track for a long time. We travel to all the local tracks, from Golden Isles, North FL, Ocala, Volusia. But we always like Putnam the best so we look forward to seeing this track next year. If we like the changes well brings our cars down and make this track our home. 



11/21/2014 3:33 PM


Florida_Cr
Re :   Putnam County Speedway

November 23, 2014 Meet & Great for Drivers and Fans
 
Come see what is going on and give us your feed back. Gates open at 1pm Free BBQ Meeting at 3pm




11/19/2014 9:00 AM


Florida_Cr
Re :   Hendry County Motorsports Park

RESULTS FOR 11-14 & 11-15

11-14-15

Modified Mini Stocks                                                            

1- 5 Brian Barse
2-65 Greg Pae
3-00 Larry Thacker
4-19 Jake Hampton
5-35 Michael Whipple

Strictly Stocks

1-57 John Flanagan
2-17 Chris Ponsoldt
3-75+ Tom Alley DNS

11-15-2014

Open Wheel Modifieds

1-5 Bob Regula
2-99 Wayne Hilderbrandt
3-32 Robert Vaughn
4-28 Mark Thompson
5-50 Ken Murphy
6-17 Scott Thompson DNS

Street Stocks

1-44 Tim Powers
2-1H Tommy Hill
3-3 Ron Regula
4-9 Brian Morgan
5-34 Timmie King
6-66 Jeff Osborne
7-64 Trent Wilson
8-22 Todd Ansel
9-14 Del Powell
10-6 Nick Osborne
11-60 Wayne Flick
12-26 John Wilson (David McCormick)
13-15 John Bledso
14-7R Rick O'steen
15-21 Scotty Kay Jr
16-86 Sean Bluaskas DNS

Thunder Stocks

1-34 Scotty Kay Jr
2-29 Jessie Brown
3-5H Tommy Hill
4-19 Brian Morgan
5-7 Steve Duerr
6-80 Kevin Cassaday
7-08 Tim Stoffel
8-1X Steve Colon
9-4 Addam Powell
10-6 Nick Osborne
11-93 Craig Montessi Sr.

Modified Mini Stocks

1-53 Brandon Yates
2-37 Charlie Perman
3-08 Mark Barlow
4-65 Greg Pae
5-6 Marshall Parr
6-22 Robert Lilly
7-35 Michael Whipple
8-11 Ron Dubeau
9-00 Larry Thacker Jr
10-8up Randy Macy
11-33 Scott Barlow
12-5 Brian Barse
13-32 Billy Evans
14-19 Jake Hampton

Strictly Stocks

1-2 Auston Edwards
2-72 Ken Campbell
3-17 Chris Ponsoldt
4-57 John Flanagan



11/17/2014 6:38 AM


Florida_Cr
Re :   North Florida Speedway

RESULTS FOR 11-15

DAVIS AND GALBREATH CLINCH NFS CHAMPIONSHIPS WITH VICTORIES

Lake City Fl.-11/15/14-By Jeff Bean-NFS media. With the 2014 racing season heading towards its final races some of the season long championship battles were settled Saturday night at North Florida Speedway. 

The Sportsman division would be the first feature event to be contested on a cool fall evening. While short on numbers the race was a close and hard fought battle.  Derrick Crawford controlled the early stages of the race but Kevin Davis used persistence and experience to his advantage to claim the race win. Crawford would hold on to second with Wayne O'Neal third.

As the Open Wheel Modifieds rolled out for their race Justin Galbreath knew he would be the 2014 division champion. Looking to repeat the performance of Kevin Davis in the previous race by celebrating his 2014 title with a win would be easier said than done. Jared Allison would return to the drivers seat for the first time in over a year. Allison showed little if any rust from his absence of racing. The two drivers circled the oval side by side and back and forth for nearly the whole race. Allison would use the inside groove and Galbreath toiled in the outside groove but neither driver could sustain a consistent advantage. Then with four laps remaining Allison would clip the tire located on the inside of the track at the exit of turn two.  Although the damage was not enough to disable Allison's mount the veteran driver elected to retire to the pit area rather than risk further damage.  When the race restarted Corey Crews would keep Galbreath honest as he applied some pressure over the final laps. David Crews would follow his son to the finish to place third.

Darrell Roberts has had a 2014 season that is about as successful as a driver could ever ask for. Way back in January Roberts set the tone for the season with a victory in the first event of the new year. Over the course of the season his win total has gone to double digits and his point lead has swollen to almost triple digits. After grabbing an early lead one could assume the race was over but this was not the case. Ethan Butts secured his first career win a few weeks ago and followed that up with a last lap pass to beat Roberts the following week. Butts would spend most of the race within striking distance of the lead. As the laps wound down Butts was now in position to launch a bid for the lead. On the final lap Ray Wheeler was in third and looking to the inside for racing room. This would keep Butts busy protecing second place and Roberts had found the way to victory lane once again. 

In Powder Puff action Shannelle Creech led from start to finish to grab her first career win. Taylor Ostendorf was second with Amy Creamer third. The win also provided Creech with enough points to edge Nelda King for the title in the closely contested championship battle.

In Street Stock action former champion Heath Walker returned to victory lane for the first time in a couple of seasons with a dominant performance.  Sean Monaghan would net second with point leader Jerry Fortner third.

In the nightcap the Box Stocks would see Brandon Smith take an early lead but Wayne Risner was moving up through the field at a fast pace. Once Risner moved past Brandon Smith he would widen his lead on the way to victory. Zach Harmon would earn second with Smith third.

The racing season finishes up November 28th and November 29th with the annual Turkey Trot two night show. Visit www.northfloridaspeedway.com or call 386-754-8800 for more information. 

OPEN WHEEL MODIFIEDS

1) JUSTIN GALBREATH
2) COREY CREWS
3) DAVID CREWS
4) TIM BROWN
5) JARED ALLISON
6) PAUL SIZEMORE

SPORTSMANS

1) KEVIN DAVIS
2) DEREK CRAWFORD
3) WAYNE ONEAL

STREET STOCKS

1) HEATH WALKER
2) SEAN MANAGHAN
3) JERRY FORTNER
4) DALE GRAHAM
5) DAVID CREWS
6) TIM HARRELL
7) RANDY MOODY
8) TRENTON SMITH
9) JIMMY PEELE

PURES STOCKS

1) DARRELL ROBERTS
2) ETHAN BUTTS
3) RAY WHEELER
4) DALE GRAHAM
5) DYLAN HILLARD
6) SHAWN CREECH
7) DORAN CHENEY
8) RICK REED
9) SHANE TAYLOR
10) CORY HOWARD
11) TRISH TAYLOR
12) JUSTIN MOORE
13) CHRIS ROWE
14) BRYAR ZIMMERMAN
15) JACOB MOORE

BOX STOCKS

1) WAYNE RISNER
2) ZACH HARMON
3) BRANDON SMITH
4) SHANELLE CREECH
5) DYLAN CREWS
6) CHARLES TEALE
7) TAYLOR OSTENDORF
8) COREY PALMER
9) DANNY NORTON
10) PARKER BLANKENSHIP

POWDER PUFF

1) SHANELLE CREECH
2) TAYLOR OSTENDORF
3) AMY CREAMER
4) NELDA KING
5) JEAN HAMM



11/16/2014 7:18 AM


Florida_Cr
Re :   Desoto Speedway

RESULTS FOR 11-15

Hernandez Wins Race and Championship

by Jake Wilson

Coming into tonight’s season finale for the Desoto Pro Trucks, Palmetto's Nick Hernandez and Bradenton's Danny Anderson were locked in the tightest points race in all of Desoto Speedway's classes. Hernandez led Anderson by just one single point after the drop. The night started off great for Danny Anderson as he put his #50 Truck on pole with the fast lap in qualifying. Hernandez was close behind posting the 2nd fastest time. After the Nine truck field was inverted, Anderson and Hernndez led a charge through the field. Hernandez would take over first on lap six with Anderson close behind in 2nd.

Nick Hernandez, who competes in a number of divisions here at Desoto Speedway had already been to victory lane earlier tonight when he picked up the win in the 25 lap Sun Belt Rentals of Ft.Myers Street Stock feature event, was looking to claim the Pro Truck Championship. Nick used the high line as he often does to work to the front and once he got there he would not relinquish the lead. Nick Hernandez picks up the victory and by a margin of just two points claimed the Track Championship. Danny Anderson battled hard but was denied victory and finished off a great season with a runner up finish in the race tonight, as well as the championship. Sarasota's Dennis Colletti was 3rd.

In other action tonight the Desoto Wingless Sprints were in action for 40 laps. Brooksville's Jason Kimball and Tampa's Dave Steele claimed heat race victories earlier on and looked to carry that over to the feature. Both cars were fast, but none faster than Kimball. He would dominate the race leading nearly the whole race and would take the checkered flag to score the win. St. Pete's Sport Allen took 2nd and Dave Steele finished 3rd.

Another championship was decided as Parrish's Duane Best won the LKQ Pick Your Part Pure Stock 20 lap feature and the 2014 Track Championship holding off his brother Sarasota's Jimmie Best and Palmetto's Chad Cummings who took 2nd and 3rd respectfully in the race as well as the championship.

Desoto Bomber class had a big race on tap with a 40 lap featured event that saw Brandon Duechscherer set fast time but would start in the six spot after the invert. The 58 of Larry Welter Jr started outside of pole sitter Aaron Holmes, both drivers from Auburndale, to set the field and Welter would lead the first twenty laps. It was a close battle between Welter and Josh Todd in the 75, while Duchscherer was battling to pass Jeff Firestine in the third and fourth spots. After a restart with ten to go Duchsherer would take over the lead and go on to win the featured event followed by Larry Welter Jr second and Jeff Firestine was third. After a protest in tech by the third place car, first and second were DQed which turned the win over to Firestine, Holmes second and Kenny Gibson third.

Savannah Skaggs of Cape Coral started her third race in the Mini Stock class starting from the rear of the field for this fifteen lap feature. Skaggs battled veteran drivers Ronnie Robinson and Randy Johnson for the entire race and was able to complete a last lap pass to take the win crossing the stripe first. Skaggs had to forfeit the win as she knew starting the race she could not use radios which turned the win over to Bradenton’s Ronnie Robinson who also won the mini stock track championship. Other winners this evening included Mason Cassidy in the Rookie 4's, Nick Hernandez won the Sunbelt Rentals of Ft. Myers Street Stock feature.

Next week November 22nd Desoto Speedway wraps up it's 2014 Racing season with their always popular Crash and Bash night which will consist of 4 Monster Trucks. The Monster Truck show features outrageous jumps, crushed cars and Jimmy Creten driving the Bounty Hunter attempting the first back flip on this Florida tour. Other trucks will be the -Scarlet Bandit with Dawn Creten,
-Knucklehead with Nate Kirchner 2 time 2014 winner
-Iron Outlaw with Wauchula’s Todd Morey coming off his first win in Denver
Along with the 4 monster trucks it is CRASH N BASH NIGHT starting at 7
CRASH N BASH NIGHT includes a Demolition Derby, Enduros, Road Course, Flag Pole and more.
Bring your friends, neighbors and family for a night of excitement that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Front gates open Saturday at 4:30
come early to meet with the Monster truck drivers from 5:30 to 7 for an autograph session.

Sprints

1. 79 Jason Kimble Brooksville
2. 88 Sport Allen St. Pete
3. 2 Dave Steele Tampa
4. 1 Ty DeCaire Tampa
5. 84 Ernie Teed Sarasota
6. 9 Matt Alfonso Tampa
7. 92 Dave Retzlaff Brooksville
8. 99 Nick Snyder Marco
9. 22 Johnny Gilbertson Dover
10. 14 Rickie Corr Plant City
11. 4 Geoff Snyder Cape Coral
12. 15 Troy Thompson Brooksville
13. 11 Brian Riddell Thonotosassa
14. 41 Ray Bragg Tampa
15. 2x Todd Donaldson Mulberry
16. 3 Travis Bliemeister Venice
17. 63 Yent Carlie Tampa

Pro Trucks

1. 37 Nick Hernandez Palmetto
2. 50 Danny Anderson Bradenton
3. 4 Dennis Colletti Sarasota
4. 98 Cody Benoit Buckingham
5. 1 Tyler Lau Bradenton
6. 09 Tommy Caveney Mulberry
7. 99 Cody Martell Old Myakka
8. 5 Richard Griffis West Palm
9. 51x Jason Kuykendall Port Charlotte

Street Stocks

1. 45 Nick Hernandez Bradenton
2. 27 John Heidenthal Myakka
3. 6 James Nanny Bradenton
4. 77 Jason Kuykendall Port Charlotte
5. 80 Richard Nelson Port Charlotte
6. 64 Dave Bowman Bradenton
7. 57 Jim Brenner Sarasota
8. 98 Jarrett Cornell Cape Coral
9. 91 Ander Jackson Punta Gorda
10. 7 Blain Baer Port Charlotte D.Q.
11. 86 John Sarppraicone Bradenton D.Q.

Pure Stocks

1. 3 Duane Best Parrish
2. 67 Jimmie Best Sarasota
3. 80x Chad Cummings Palmetto
4. 29 Brad Tindell Sarasota
5. 36x James Widner Myakka City
6. 63 Mark Petty Venice
7. 44 Rick Hess Englewood
8. 98 Logan Leonard Cape Coral

Mini Stocks

1. 05 Ronnie Robinson Bradenton
2. 28 Eric Daniels Bradenton
3. 67 Jimmie Best Sarasota
4. 99 Johnny Marra Port Charlotte
5. 3 Sherry Best Myakka
6. 008 Ren Wright Jr. St. Pete
7. 71 Savannah Skaggs Cape Coral D.Q. finished 1st

Bombers

1. 1 Jeff Firestine Venice
2. 57 Aaron Holmes Auburndale
3. 23 Kenny Gibson Venice
4. 85 Larry Welter Sr. Bronson
5. 10 Tristan Collins North Port
6. 15 Clint Snyder North Port
7. 79 Preston Warren Aburndale
8. 75 Josh Todd Polk City
9. 4+ Jody Gill Auburndale
10. 19 Sheri Krom Sarasota
11. 4 Jeff Webster Zephyrhills D.N.S.
12. 42 Bubba Edwards Auburndale D.N.S.
13. 23x Brandon Duchscherer Auburndale D.Q.
14. 58 Larry Welter Jr. Williston D. Q.

Rookie 4s

1. 67 MasonCassidy Bradenton
2. 7 Kristen Milthaler North Port
3. 68 Jesse Heidenthal D.Q.

Champ Karts

1. 57 Brian Sherer
2. 66 David Harp
3. 77 Phil Harp
4. 10 Darin Coker
5. 3 Rance Williams
6. 02 Bo Collier
7. 81 A.J. Isbister D.Q.

Race Cars of Yesterday

1. 4p
2.7
3. 2
4. 11
5. 96
6. 48
7. 57
8. 400
9. 44
10. 15



11/16/2014 7:09 AM


Florida_Cr
Re :   Showtime Speedway

RESULTS FOR 11-15

Sportsmans 50
 
Finish Start Car Driver Hometown Points
1 4 11    Mark Nelson      - 50.00 
2 3 67    Collin Allman      - 46.00 
3 7 2    Daniel Webster     Brooksville , Fl 43.00 
4 8 13    Aaron Williamson      - 40.00 
5 1 157    Jason Rendell      - 37.00 
6 10 28    Justin Monahan      - 34.00 
7 5 93    Ricky Gervasi      - 31.00 
8 2 56    Brandon Morris     Mulberry , Fl 28.00 
9 9 77H    Rick Haugh     St. Pete, Fl 25.00 
10 6 88W    Craig Cuzzone      - 0.00 DQ

Pro Figure 8s
 
Finish Start Car Driver Hometown Points
1 1 39    Darryl Hage      - 50.00 
2 8 83    Charles Herne      - 46.00 
3 2 94T    Justin Meyer      - 43.00 
4 5 6    Shawn Senokossoff     Clearwater , Fl 40.00 
5 3 23    Mike Tunis      - 37.00 
6 7 13H    Neil Herne      - 34.00 
7 4 1    Bobby Gordon      - 31.00 
8 6 17    Michael Cherry      - 1.00 DNS

Street Stocks
 
Finish Start Car Driver Hometown Points
1 3 53    Kyle Peters     Clermont , Fl 50.00 
2 2 56    Robbie Mcauliffe      - 46.00 
3 5 8W    Tim Wilson      - 43.00 
4 4 5P    James Peters      - 40.00 
5 9 5W    Eric Willis     Homosassa , Fl 37.00 
6 8 27    John Makula     New Port, Fl 34.00 
7 6 14    Mason Love     Pinellas Park, Fl 31.00 
8 1 28    Shane Grigsby      - 28.00 
9 7 11H    Casey Hall     Wesley Chapel, Fl 25.00 
10 10 70    Jeffrey Taylor      - 22.00 
11 13 94    Robbie Hage      - 20.00 
12 11 5    Cody Carlbert     Zephyrhills , Fl 18.00 
13 14 96A    Al Moreno      - 16.00 
14 15 8    Wesely Rounds     Largo , Fl 14.00 
15 16 51    Sean Moore     Largo , Fl 12.00 
16 17 17M    Nick Malverty      - 10.00 
17 12 30    Jacob Berkevich      - 9.00 
 
Street Stock Figure 8s
 
Finish Start Car Driver Hometown Points
1 3 28    Shane Grigsby      - 50.00 
2 8 17M    Nick Malverty      - 46.00 
3 5 94H    Bob Hage      - 43.00 
4 7 70    Jeffrey Taylor      - 40.00 
5 1 51    Mica Moore      - 37.00 
6 2 11H    Casey Hall     Wesley Chapel, Fl 34.00 
7 4 5    Cody Carlbert     Zephyrhills , Fl 1.00 DNS
8 6 96A    Al Moreno      - 1.00 DNS

Modified Minis
 
Finish Start Car Driver Hometown Points
1 4 55    Tom Zimmerman      - 50.00 
2 1 6    Mitchell Webb     Pinellas Park, Fl 46.00 
3 2 12    Eric Cuchta      - 43.00 
4 10 21    Fred Harrison      - 40.00 
5 11 22    Macky Mongold      - 37.00 
6 6 711    Wayne Heater      - 34.00 
7 3 16    Glenn Kelley      - 31.00 
8 9 52    Gary Brown      - 28.00 
9 5 40    Randy Foote      - 25.00 
10 12 82    Rick Litka      - 22.00 
11 8 22Z    Jay Zolciak      - 20.00 
12 7 19    Kyle Stoner      - 18.00 
13 13 7    Jason Lester     Safety Harbor, Fl 1.00 DNS
14 14 35    Joey Foote      - 1.00 DNS

Mini Stocks
 
Finish Start Car Driver Hometown Points
1 4 11     Justin Amspaugh      - 50.00 
2 7 28M    Mike Meadows      - 46.00 
3 2 34    James Crawford      - 43.00 
4 9 25    Cody Williams      - 40.00 
5 5 4    Zak Graham      - 37.00 
6 3 51    Sean Moore     Largo , Fl 34.00 
7 6 31    Ken Smith      - 31.00 
8 8 51M    Mica Moore      - 28.00 
9 13 93    Tom Schilk      - 25.00 
10 12 1M    Lyman Miller      - 22.00 
11 16 2B    James Grigsby      - 20.00 
12 1 2    Terry Zimmerman      - 18.00 
13 17 99X    Michael Hart      - 16.00 
14 14 5    Alexis Leverock      - 14.00 
15 10 71    Frank Stofel      - 12.00 
16 15 7    Chase Hoffman      - 10.00 
17 11 16    Rodney Growe      - 9.00 
18 18 88    Rob Stofel      - 8.00 
 
Enduro
 
Finish Start Car Driver Hometown Points
1 1 21    Chuck Jeffries Jr.     - 50.00 
2 2 96    Micheal Breske     St. Pete, Fl 46.00 
3 3 3R    Paul Rowe      - 43.00 
4 4 10    John Vandenburgh      - 40.00

Kids Fast 4s
 
Finish Start Car Driver Hometown Points
1 1 18    Bobby Rotkis      - 50.00 
2 2 2    Tristan Zimmerman      - 46.00 
3 3 54    Ryan Thompson Jr.     - 43.00 
4 5 7    Baylie Hoffman      - 40.00 
5 4 6    Danielle Bennett      - 37.00 



11/16/2014 7:01 AM


Racetrack_
Re :   Weekly Car Counts



Car Counts for November 7-9
(from our complete results for 5 Florida tracks)

Southern Raceway - Car count 1st, Cars per division 1st

Total cars - 109
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 18

Showtime Speedway - Car count 2nd, Cars per division 2nd

Total cars - 108
Total divisions - 7
Average per division - 15

Auburndale Speedway - Car count 3rd, Cars per division 3rd

Total cars - 73
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 12

North Florida Speedway - Car count 4th, Cars per division 4th

Total cars - 55
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 9

Lake City Speedway - Car count 5th, Cars per division 5th

Total cars - 32
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 8

Website COMPLETE RESULTS counts for November 7-9

(as of this posting, All Finishing positions for All divisions that raced and not just the story)

1. Florida Racing - 5 tracks

2. Florida Flag Stand - 0 tracks

2. Karnac - 0 tracks



11/12/2014 7:40 PM


Florida_Cr
Re :   East Bay Raceway Park

EAST BAY EXPANDS FLORIDA “WINTER DIRT GAMES” TO 6 RACES

It’s destination Florida for race fans in February. That’s nothing new except it has been expanded this year with a three-night AMSOIL USAC National Sprint car weekend at East Bay Raceway in Gibsonton February 26-28. An open practice night is on tap February 25.

These three races are added to the already-announced February 19-21 races at Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, creating more than $130,000 in prize money up for grabs for USAC participants to kick off the 2014 National campaign! The now six-race “Winter Dirt Games VI” schedule throws a healthy dose of wingless sprint car racing into Florida’s season kickoff calendar while making USAC’s lone visit to the “Sunshine State” an even stronger trip.

Damion Gardner, who will lock down his third AMSOIL USAC/CRA title this weekend at Peoria, Ariz., swept a pair of races at East Bay in 2010. Four years earlier the track hosted its initial USAC races, a trio of Ford Focus events.

The Sprint cars then converged on Ocala for races beginning in 2011 and 2015 marks the fifth straight year that the “Winter Dirt Games” will return to Bubba Raceway Park. Just one week later they will now race at East Bay, closing the track’s “Winter Nationals” schedule.

Ironically, Brady Bacon and Bryan Clauson won the 2014 Ocala openers. They run 1-2 in the National standings entering this coming weekend’s finales in Arizona.

“We are delighted to announce these additional February dates for our participants,” says series coordinator Jason McCord. “Florida has always been a destination during this time and it’s fun to get out of the Midwestern cold and enjoy the sunny atmosphere down south. We have enjoyed great success with the Ocala races and the addition of the East Bay events now enhances the vacation opportunities for our valued fans.”

USAC Sprint racing dates all the way back to USAC’s inception (1956), when they competed at West Palm Beach, Jacksonville and Miami. Bob Sweikert won the first USAC Sprint race ever at West Palm Beach.

The ensuing years have included USAC Championship Car, Silver Crown, Formula 2000, Midget, Sprint, Sports Car and Ford Focus competition as a number of speedways across the state.



11/12/2014 7:46 AM


Florida_Cr
Re :   Orlando Speedworld

CURTIS, KING & HEAD TAKE SPEEDWORLD WINS FRIDAY NIGHT

by Dave Westerman

Orlando SpeedWorld returned to action Friday night, November 7th, with racing
presented by Clean Cut Tree Service & Stump Grinding of Melbourne on a clear,
chilly night that saw plenty of good action from start to finish.

After Shane Sutorus and William Hindman took heat race victories, 12
6/8-Cylinder Strictly Stocks took the green for their 30-lap headliner.
Hindman grabbed the early lead only to see the caution flag out at the end of
lap one for a spinning Tommy Flinn in turn four. Hindman continued to set the
pace and was looking strong until his engine exploded in a cloud of smoke on
lap eight to bring out the second yellow flag. Neil Kirby now had the lead in
his Ford Probe and he stayed in front until a late race caution for Jamie
Sullivan's spin in turn four bunched up the field for the dash to the
checker.

Charles King, Sr. used a Brad Keselowski-style bump and run move off turn two
with his Hyundai to sneak under Kirby for the lead with two laps to go and he
took the win over Kirby and Warren Howie's Chevy Caprice. It was King's
second win in a row here but much harder than the one three weeks ago.
Fourth went to Sutorus with his teammate Megan Matheny fifth. Mark Shukwit
was sixth trailed by Flinn, Sullivan, Aaron Overman, Richard Fiore, Jr., James
Skinner and Hindman.

Twin heats for the 4-Cylinder Strictly Stocks were taken by Zachary Curtis and
Charles King, Jr. but it was Curtis who simply dominated the feature race
action for the second straight time leading all 30 circuits as he lapped up
through fourth place as no one could touch his fast-running Saturn. The race
ran Green to checker without a caution flag. King took second in front of
Justin Amspaugh with Shane Sutorus and Jeff Gross fourth and fifth, one lap
down. Rounding out the finishers were Donnie Bain, Seth Stanton and Mike
Hanna while both Troy Gregory and Kendra Gregory were unable to start the
feature.

Ted Head of Winter Haven won both the heat and feature race in the Super Stock
class driving a Chevy Camaro. Head grabbed the point from Scott Bertram on the
third lap and was never headed the remaining distance. Bertram took second in
front of Dale Sorenson and Warren Schurr. Richard Fiore, Jr. did not start
the feature race.

The next scheduled action at Orlando SpeedWorld in the annual Fall
Crash-A-Rama the night after Thanksgiving, Friday evening November 29th.



11/10/2014 2:29 PM


Florida_Cr
Re :   TBARA Winged Sprints

2014 TBARA Season Finale Video & TBARA Champion's Highlights



11/09/2014 8:48 AM


Florida_Cr
Re :   Lake City Speedway

RESULTS FOR 11-8

PATRICK THOMAS AND KURT JETT TAKE 50-LAP WINS
AT LAKE CITY SPEEDWAY

by Dave Westerman

After sitting all season with no racing action, Lake City Speedway roared back
into action this weekend with a pair of programs on Saturday and Sunday
afternoon. Saturday was cloudy and cool, yet comfortable while Sunday's
action was head under mostly sunny and warm conditions.

Saturday's headliner was a 50-lap event for the Sportsman cars which would
turn out to be a benefit race for Orlando's Patrick Thomas as he led all 50
circuits for a dominating victory. Thomas grabbed the lead at the drop of the
green only to see the red flag out for Greg Talley who pounded the turn one
wall after tangling with Daniel Conlin, Jr. on lap three. Talley was unhurt
but he was eliminated for further competition for the weekend. Conlin would
be forced to pit with a flat right front tire shortly after the restart and he
lost five laps while making the tire change.

Thomas continued to lead at will and was slowed just one final time on lap 35
when Mike Soukup's engine blew up big time going into turn one to bring out a
second red flag to clean up the fluid on the track. After the restart, Thomas
again pulled away to score an easy victory over Wesley Keller, Scott "Suds"
Garrity, and Derrick Wood who ran as high as second place before a fuel feed
problem slowed him late in the running. Conlin was the only car still running
at the end and he took fifth, five laps in arrears. Sixth through ninth, all
DNF's, were Soukup, Jeff Prescott, Talley and Robert Ford. Brian Hull did not
start the feature after blowing an engine in warm-ups.

"Diamond" Jim Higginbotham of Summerfield scored a popular win in the 25-lap
E-Modified feature race that produced great racing from start to finish. The
only problem to occur in this race would be going into turn three on the
initial lap as several cars got jammed up. When the dust settled, both Matt
Bosowski and Matt Darden were out of the event before it even actually got
started.

The second start proved better and the race would go green to checker with no
yellow flags needed. Mike Soukup led the opening lap before Jon Compagnone
took over for a pair of laps. Higginbotham snared the top spot on lap four
and stayed out front through lap 15 before Junior Beckner drove under him.
Beckner looked to have the car to beat but, after leading just two circuits,
his car began to slow quite a bit on the straights and Higginbotham reclaimed
the lead on lap 19 and led the rest of the way although Beckner did keep it
close in the late laps. "We broke two rockers in the engine and that slowed
us up a bunch." said Beckner after the race. "I didn't want to cause a wreck,
so I moved up and let Jim go by although I gave him a good run on that last
lap," he said.

For Higginbotham, a 65-year-old Vietnam Veteran and two-time cancer survivor,
it was his first feature win in a little over five years and he was receiving
congratulations from everyone after the event. Higginbotham was quick to
credit fellow racer Wayne Anderson who had been making some needed changes to
Higginbotham's car at his Wildwood shop and the winner said he had never had a
better handling car than the one he had Saturday afternoon.
Beckner finished a close second in front of Compagnone, Gino Tuminello,
Soukup, Darden and Bosowski. Beckner won the heat race.

Pete Close of Ocala led the first lap of the Pure Stock/Super Stock feature
before Josh Wise took over through lap 11 before local veteran Charles Seroki
took over to easily lead the remaining distance as he proved he'd not lost his
touch on the fast banked half mile. Wise took second but was set down for an
infraction in tech moving Cody Clark up to second place at the end of the
25-lap contest. Tim Alldredge was third ahead of Close and Preston Hunt.
Rounding out the finishers were Tony Kuhr, Adam Soukup, heat winner Bucky York
and Andy Nichols.

Five Hornets showed up to race but three were done for the day after the heat
race leaving a feature match race of 10 laps that was won by John Windham over
Robert O'Neal. O'Neal was the heat race winner.

Sunday it was the E-Modifieds turn at going 50 laps and it would prove to be a
run-away win for Orange Park driver Kurt Jett who started on the outside pole
and led every lap, clearly the fastest car on the track. The race was slowed
three times before the half way mark for minor incidents but Jett drove away
with the lead easily on each restart. Junior Beckner again had a strong car
early but the same engine woes from Saturday reared up again and he eventually
became part of a great four-way battle for second that ended when Beckner got
loose and spun coming off turn four on lap 27. Beckner's car clipped the
front stretch wall and he was forced out of action. From that point it was
all Jett out front as Derrick Wood made an impressive run to a second place
finish that was unexpected earlier in the day.

Car owner Donnie Lewis made a late decision to bring his car to the track but
he did not have a driver. In the meantime, Wood had the engine expire in his
Sportsman car during that division's heat race. That left the young Orlando
driver available to drive Lewis' Modified and he made the best of it with his
runner-up finish.

Third place went to Mike Soukup while Pete Close drove Saturday winner Jim
Higginbotham's car to fourth despite some late race mechanical problems. Gino
Tuminello took fifth while Jon Compagnone had a great run going before
suffering an ignition problem that dropped him to sixth. Beckner and Matthew
Green were DNF's in seventh and eighth.

Jeff Prescott led the first three laps of the 25-lap Sportsman feature but his
car slowed abruptly and he headed for the pits handing the lead over to
Patrick Thomas who would lead the rest of the way to score a double for the
weekend. Wesley Keller took second for the second day in a row trailed by
Daniel Conlin, Jr., Robert Ford and Prescott. Thomas also won the heat race.
Saturday Pure Stock/Super Stock winner Charles Seroki was a no-show on Sunday
leaving things wide open for the rest of the field. Walter Grimes of Quincy,
driving the only truck-bodied machine in the field, led the first 17 laps
before having to spin as Preston Hunt and Cody Clark had tangled in turn four.
Grimes missed the caution light coming on and nearly ran into the stalled
pair.

During the ensuing caution period both leader Grimes and second place Bucky
York pitted. Grimes never did stop in the pits while York had to fix a rear
brake issue that was smoking heavily. Both made it back out for the restart
but had to start from the back of the field. Clark also had to pit with a
flat right rear tire.

Pete Close took over the lead but it took just three circuits for Grimes to
get back to the point and he led the rest of the way to take the victory.
York made his way back to second at the end with Close taking third in front
of Hunt, Tony Kuhr, Adam Soukup and Clark. York won the heat race for the
second day in a row.

John Windham swept the Hornet racing for the weekend as he took his second win
topping Robert O'Neal, Wayne Risner and Zach Harmon. Windham also won the
heat.

SPORTSMANS 50

1) Patrick Thomas
2) Wesley Keller
3) Scott Garrity
4) Derrick Wood
5) Daniel Conlin, Jr
6) Mike Soukup
7) Jeff Prescott
8) Greg Talley
9) Robert Ford
DNS - Brian Hull

E-MODIFIEDS 25

1) Jim Higginbotham
2) Earl Beckner (Heat winner)
3) Matthew Green
4) Jon Compagnone
5) Gino Tuminello
6) Mike Soukup
7) Matt Darden
8) Matt Bosowski

PURE STOCKS/SUPER STOCKS 25

1) Charles Seroki
2) Cody Clark
3) Tim Alldredge
4) Pete Close
5) Preston Hunt
6) Tony Kuhr
7) Adam Soukup
8) Bucky York (Heat winner)
DNS - Andy Nichols

HORNETS 10

1) John Windham
2) Robert O'Neal (Heat winner)
DNS: Jeffery Creamer, Zach Harmon & Wayne Risner



11/09/2014 8:41 AM


Florida_Cr
Re :   Southern Raceway

RESULTS FOR 11-8

THE BIG ONE! Crate Late Models 100 - $10,000 to Win

Finish/Car#/Driver/Laps
1. 12 Tracy Sutton 100
2. 69 Brian Bernhardt 100
3. 00 B Randy Korte 100
4. 8A Todd Morrow 100
5. H17 Matt Henderson 100
6. 1CB Chris Bayhi 100
7. 1T Terry Mosley 100
8. 00M Monte Skinner 100
9. 25JH Josh Huss 100
10. 221 Tyler Allen 100
11. 347 Noah Dispit 100
12. 47 Shannon Lee 100
13. 222 Mike Boland 99
14. 1 M Kevin Maher 91
15. C4 Christopher Reed 66
16. 57 Shep Lucas 55
17. 34 Lee Mason 47
18. 3 Cody Smith 39
19. 72 W Frank Wilson 39
20. 5CO Chris O’Connor 26
21. 01 Nick Thrash 26
22. 5 Ronnie Johnson 26
23. 72 N Todd Neiheiser 16
24. 1 Johnny Stokes 15
25. 10 J Joseph Joiner 15
26. 79 Kyle Bryant 14
27. 25 Justin McRee 12

Open Wheel Modifieds

1 69 Richie Stevens
2 G17 Greg Hopkins
3 6X Rusty Cooper
4 37R Kyle Rutkowski
5 R1 Jessie Barnhill
6 99 Ryan Fowler
7 3 Joe Phillips
8 75 Joey Moxley
9 66 Brandon Kilpatrick
10 27 Nathan Ingersoll
11 50 Bo Bailey
12 14 Trae Osieczanek
13 88 Roger Pack
14 11 Shawn Pitts
15 20 Huck Gibson
16 24 Steve Jernigan
17 141 Justin Galbreth
18 9 Todd Jones

Street Stocks

1 82 Calvin Cook
2 3L Mike Ladner
3 5 Adam Ellison
4 25 Richie Stevens
5 36 Sean Goodwin
6 99 Kevin Mitchell
7 8 Gene Norman
8 2 Brandon Harris
9 51 Chandler Shaw
10 94 Sam Norman
11 3 Larry Faulk
12 1G Wayne Gunn
13 69 Jason Harrison
14 2 Bubba Trotter
15 55 Allen Greene
16 66 Mark Baxter
17 5C Clint Crawford
18 33 Ira Roberts
19 25R Michael Rhodes

Vintage

1 12 Chris Bayhi
2 97 James Ward
3 13 Marshall Spears
4 99 John Cody
5 98 Kenny Tarter
6 35 David Spears
7 3 Logan Nathey
8 34 Preston Porter
9 D13 Dennis Edwards
10 75 Wesley Riddles
11 00 Bill Blum
12 14 Brandon Kilpatrick
13 17 Buddy Stephens
14 6 Thomas Benton
15 117 Thumper Grice

Pure Stocks

1 8C Adam Ellison
2 60 Jason Hardy
3 23 Jason Dollar
4 30 Bennie Kimmons
5 51 David Jones
6 11 Dalton Morrison
7 12 Brett Etheridge
8 154 David Simpson
9 01 Troy Williams
10 x Blake Salakas
11 CJ1 William Davis
12 64 ½ Jessie Donaldson
13 27 Tommy Lowery
14 24 Wayne Burkett
15 2 Greg Burton
16 45 Lane Heaton
17 12 J. Benton
18 1 Michael Rogers
19 80 Ronnie Vick
20 714 Mark Rast
21 717 Kristin Rast
22 8lr Henry Bailey
23 34 Chuck brewer
24 S64 Sydney Brown

Stingers

1 88 Timothy Witherington
2 77 Ryan German
3 7x Joshua Merritt
4 20 Mallory Owens
5 1x Gary Hirman
6 7J Richard Johnson



11/09/2014 6:51 AM


Florida_Cr
Re :   New Smyrna Speedway

ACT Series returns to New Smyrna Speedway in 2015

In a joint announcement between Robert Hart, owner and promoter of the New Smyrna Speedway (NSS) and Tom Curley, President of the American Canadian Tour (ACT), the popular ACT Late Models from throughout New England, New York, and Quebec will return to the annual World Series of Asphalt Racing in New Smyrna Beach, Florida on February 16-17, 2015. The teams of ACT will compete in the American Racer Cup, a two feature event, over two nights of racing.

“We are very happy to welcome the ACT teams back this February to our World Series of Asphalt Racing at New Smyrna Speedway. The teams that were here several years ago put on some of the best racing we have seen in a long while. We had many fans ask us to try and bring them back to New Smyrna. We are very pleased that they will return to New Smyrna Speedway in 2015,” said Hart.

The 2014 ACT Champion, Joey Polewarczyk, Jr. (Pole), Hudson, NH bested the field of twenty eight (28) teams to win the overall two days of racing in 2011. Pole also won the opening 100-lap feature, and Brian Hoar, Williston, VT won the 100-lap feature on the following night.



An excited Pole said, “This is just great news. That was a lot of fun racing in the middle of the winter and it gives us something to look forward to for the next few months. I really loved the track and it would be a great way to start the season by defending the Cup in February.”


Sunday, February 15, 2015 will feature the NASCAR K&N Series opening event of the year to be held at the New Smyrna Speedway. ACT will run 100-lap features on consecutive nights beginning Monday, February 16, 2015 and Tuesday, February 17, 2015. The American Racer Cup will go to the best finisher combining points from both events. Total posted awards will be over $35,000.00.

“We appreciate the invitation for our ACT teams to once again compete at New Smyrna Speedway. It is a first class facility and our cars adapted well to the design and speed of the fast half-mile race track. I know the teams that were there in 2011 had a great time, and I would expect that this February will be the same. We have had great response from teams and we all are looking forward to the trip,” said Tom Curley, President of the American Canadian Tour.



11/07/2014 7:22 AM


Florida_Cr
Re :   TBARA Winged Sprints

2014 final points standings

POSITION DRIVER POINTS
1  Shane Butler 388
2  Ben Fritz 376
3  Tommy Nichols 310
4  Matt Alfonso 274
5  Chris Gimmler (R) 268
6  David Retzlaff 261
7  Rex Hollinger 237
8  Larry J Brazil Jr 212
9  Dude Teate 198
10  Sport Allen 186
11  Joey Aguilar 164
12  Scotty Adema 154
13  Mike Tharp 140
14  Jason Kimball (R) 135
15  Wendy Mathis 119
16  Mark Gimmler 112
17  Ernie Teed Jr 105
18  Troy DeCaire 99
19  Steve Heisler 93
20  Troy Thompson (R) 85
21  Blake Rose (R) 76
22  Richie Corr 69
23  Johnny Gilbertson 68
24  Ty DeCaire (R) 63
25 Mickey Kempgens 63
26  Nick Snyder (R) 58
27  Terry Taylor 50
28  Jimmy Alvis Sr 47
29  Kurt Taylor 42
30  Ryan Partin 37
31  Brian Gingras 26
32  Geoff Styner 20
33  Francis Crowder 10
34  Garrett Green (R)  NP
35  Jason Bradford  TP
36  John Sambor  TP
37  Keith Butler  TP
38  David Slawiak  TP
39  Russell Jones  TP
40  Collin Cabre  TP
41  Alan Randisi  TP
42  Travis Bliemeister  TP



11/06/2014 4:46 PM


Florida_Cr
Re :   Putnam County Speedway Park

Press Release: Attention all Racers & Fans: Putnam County Speedway is opening back up starting with the 2015 Season... New Owners DX Productions picked up the Keys today and will start working on the track this Month. Special Events in December.... November 23, 2014 Meet & Great for Drivers and Fans... Come see what is going on and give us your feed back. Gates open at 1pm Free BBQ Meeting at 3pm....



11/06/2014 6:04 AM


Florida_Cr
Re :   United Dirt Late Model Challenge Series

Updated points as of BRP Nov 1

1. Jason Fitzgerald 4180
2. Austin Kirkpatrick 3940
3. Mark Whitener 3730
4. Carter Stokes 3350
5. Keith Nosbisch 3270
6. Tyler Clem 2170
7. Jack Nosbisch 2140
8. Bo Allen 2020
9. Devin Walker 1970
10. Darrell Padgett 1570



11/04/2014 2:46 PM


Racetrack_
Re :   Weekly Car Counts



Car Counts for November 1
(from our complete results for 8 Florida tracks)

*Showtime Speedway - Car count 1st, Cars per division tied for 2nd

Total cars - 107
Total divisions - 8
Average per division - 13

*Desoto Speedway - Car count 2nd, Cars per division 1st

Total cars - 97
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 16

*New Smyrna Speedway - Car count 3rd, Cars per division 4th

Total cars - 71
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 11

*East Bay Raceway Park - Car count 4th, Cars per division tied for 2nd

Total cars - 68
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 13

*Bubba Raceway Park - Car count 5th, Cars per division 5th

Total cars - 65
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 10

*Auburndale Speedway - Car Count 6th, Cars per division 8th

Total cars - 57
Total divisions - 7
Average per division - 8

*Hendry County Motorsports Park - Car count 7th, Cars per division tied for 6th

Total cars - 46
Total divisions - 5
Average per division 9

*Bronson Speedway - Car count 8th, Cars per division tied for 6th

Total cars - 28
Total divisions - 3
Average per division - 9

Website COMPLETE RESULTS counts for November 1

(as of this posting, All Finishing positions for All divisions that raced and not just the story)

1. Florida Racing - 8 tracks

2. Florida Flag Stand - 5 tracks

3. Karnac - 0 tracks



11/03/2014 6:37 PM


Florida_Cr
Re :   Bronson Speedway

RESULTS FOR 11-1

Sportsmen

1. 37 Keener Brown III
2. 07 Jeff Prescott
3. 1 Kyle Owen
4. 711 Fred Tuskee
5. 55 Jesse Veltman
6. 44 Charlie Seroki
7. 7 Cody Clark
8. 06 Josh Wise
9. 18 Patrick Mennenga
10. 32 Shelton Bowers
      22 Chip Owen - DQ'd ***unsportsman like conduct
        5 Steve Turner - DNS ***mechanical

Pure Stocks

1. 58 Larry Welter JR
2. 85 Larry Welter SR
3. 32x Michael Green
4. 81 Morris Richardson
5. 5 Tricia Turner
6. 32 Tracy King
7. T5 Wes Wilson
8. 94 Frankie Osteen
9. 12 Tim Henault
***Hard Charger $50.00 awarded to Larry Welter Sr.

Strictly Stocks

1. 69 Justin Ausburn
2. 1 Robert O'Neail
3. 28 Frankie Osteen
4. 11 Kenner Brown III
5. 12 Chris Chaulk
6. 32 Tyler Harmon
7. 9 Ron Klys



11/02/2014 1:13 PM


Florida_Cr
Re :   Joey Coulter Florida Pro-Truck Series


Becca Monopoli is Joey Coulter Fellows Truck Brokers
Florida Pro-Truck Series Champion

Here are the results and final points from last nights final event. I will address all the personal attacks and what happened and the decision made on Monday night, today I will spend with my family. As I stated last night either way I am the bad guy, but I do know this if the circumstance of the finish deal were flipped the same people disagreeing would have wanted the same decision, they can say they wouldn't but we know they would. The day and the race was great until those last 10 laps that went wrong and a human error mistake by the flagman not throwing the checkered on the proper lap. Thanks again to those that came, those that raced the series, the decision was made based on simply what was the fair way to handle it, no other reason as some are making it out to be. I hope everyone can have a restful family day.

Joey Coulter Fellows Truck Brokers Pro-Truck Series Finale
Desoto Speedway 11-1-14 Results

1. 59x Becca Monopoli - Lakeland
2. 64 Brent Huber - Venice
3. 37 Nick Hernandez - Palmeto
4. 14 Sam Scott - Naples
5. 41 Steve Darvolics - Venice
6. 28 Corey Bigley - Naples
7. 3 Jay Zolciak - Pinellas Park
8. 7 Dylan Martin - Lakeland
9. 5 Richard Griffis - West Palm
10. 09 Tommy Caveney - Mulberry
11. 2x Kenny Futch - Lake Wales
12. 12 Scott Hogan - Naples
13. 8 Sean Lamasters - Naples
14. 36 Chad Chastain - Alva
15. 31 Rodney Haddock - Hillard
16. 21 Jeff Futch - Lake Wales
17. 25 Cody McDuffie - Lakeland
18. 37g Michael Goddard - Naples
19. 50 Danny Anderson - Bradenton
20. 51 Phil Ellis - Port Charlotte
21. 51x Jason Kuykendall - Port Charlotte
Fast Qualifier - 41 Steve Darvalics
1/2 Way Leader - 25 Cody McDuffie
Led a Lap - 41 Steve Darvalics, 25 Cody McDuffie, 59 Becca Monopoli
Led Most Laps - 25 Cody McDuffie

Joey Coulter Pro-Truck Final Points Standings
Points After Race #15
1. 59 Becca Monopoli 312 (6)
2. 41 Steve Darvalics 309 (3)
3. 7 Dylan Martin 261 (1)
4. 64 Brent Huber 260
5. 25 Cody McDuffie 210 (1)
6. 50 Danny Anderson 173 (1)
7. 36 Chad Chastain 170 (1)
8. 31 Rodney Haddock 134
9. 09 Tommy Caveney 117
10. 51 Phil Ellis 109
11. 84 Mica Williams 90 (1)
12. 11 Billy Carlbert Jr. 27
13. 81 Edd Haddock 20
14. 5 Jeremy Daring 14
15. 11 Billy Carlbert Jr. 10
16. 65 Brian Harbin 6
(1) - Denotes wins



11/02/2014 9:23 AM


Racetrack_
Re :   Weekly Car Counts



Car Counts for October 25
(from our complete results for 10 Florida tracks)

Showtime Speedway - Car count 1st, Cars per division tied for 3rd

Total cars - 95
Total divisions - 7
Average per division - 13

Volusia Speedway Park - Car Count 2nd, Cars per division 2nd

Total cars - 79
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 19

East Bay Raceway Park - Car count 3rd, Cars per division tied for 3rd

Total cars - 67
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 13

Auburndale Speedway - Car Count 4th, Cars per division 5th

Total cars - 64
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 12

North Florida Speedway - Car Count 5th, Cars per division tied for 7th

Total cars - 58
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 9

Desoto Speedway - Car count 6th, Cars per division 1st

Total cars - 53
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 21

Bubba Raceway Park - Car count 7th, Cars per division tied for 7th

Total cars - 49
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 9

Citrus County Speedway - Car count 8th, Cars per division 10th

Total cars - 46
Total divisions - 6
Average per division 7

New Smyrna Speedway - Car count 9th, Cars per division 6th

Total cars - 44
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 11

Bronson Speedway - Car count 10th, Cars per division 9th

Total cars - 33
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 8

Website COMPLETE RESULTS counts for October 25

(as of this posting, All Finishing positions for All divisions that raced and not just the story)

1. Florida Racing - 10 tracks

2. Florida Flag Stand - 5 tracks

3. Karnac - 0 tracks



10/27/2014 8:42 PM


PlGMAN


10/26/2014 8:46 AM


PlGMAN
Re :   Citrus County Speedway

RESULTS FOR 10-25

Non-Wing Sprints

Car#/Driver/Hometown/Finish
18 Shane Butler Bushnell 1
3 Garrett Green Valrico 2
81 Herb Neumann Jr. Inverness 3
15 Troy Thompson Brooksville 4
69 Ric Voisey Wesley Chapel 5
8 Kurt Taylor Brandon 6
75 Russell Jones Land O' Lakes 7
4x4 Jimmy Miltner Antioch 8 

Street Stocks

Car#/Driver/Hometown/Finish
16 J.D. Goff Brooksville 1
98 Bubba Martone Floral City 2
6 Charles Samples Webster 3
59 Thomas Peet Floral City 4
76 David Amundsen Brooksville 5
01 Shannon Lengell Brooksville 6 
   
Pure Stocks

Car#/Driver/Hometown/Finish
85 Larry Welter Sr. Bronson 1
95 Richard Dinkins Bushnell 2
185 Lane Wilson Floral City 3
59 Eric Sharrone Floral City 4
65 Happy Florian Lecanto 5
45 James Johnston Brooksville 6
09 James Holly Weirsdale 7
75 Mike Gilkerson (Son) Bushnell 8
81 Scott McAllister Hernando 9
53 Mike Gilkerson (Dad) Bushnell 10
   
Modified Mini Stocks

Car#/Driver/Hometown/Finish
44 Michael Lawhorn Clermont 1
24 Phil Edwards Crystal River 2
47 Richard Kuhn Ocala 3
711 Wayne Heater Homosassa 4
88 Anthony LaPoint Zephyrhills 5
19 Kyle Stoner Hernando 6
5 Erik Lowery Clermont 7
01 Johnny Siner Homosassa 8
33 Chris Allen Bushnell 9
71 Fred Henick Inverness 10
21 Jason Terry Bellview 11  

Mini Stocks

Car#/Driver/Hometown/Finish
24 Tim Scalise Lutz 1
33 Bill Ryan Bushnell 2
47 Ricky Kuhn Ocala 3
73 Jason Terry Bellview 4
11 Jerry Daniels Weirsdale 5
7 Drew Jackson Lakeland 6 
   
Pro Hornets

Car#/Driver/Hometown/Finish
6 Jeff Lacey Tampa 1
1 James Paes Tampa 2
73 Stephanie Pope Lakeland 3
12 Rocky Reinhold Tampa 4
6 Shawn Bailey San Antonio 5



10/26/2014 8:02 AM


Florida_Cr
Re :   Joey Coulter Florida Pro-Truck Series

 

Joey Coulter Florida Pro-Truck Series
prepares for an exciting 2015 campaign

The Joey Coulter Florida Pro-Truck Series recently release its 2015 planned schedule with four dirt races and fourteen asphalt races that will make up the 2015 season. The series headed into its second season under the leadership of Nascar Camping World Truck Series driver Joey Coulter and veteran official and race director Rick Bristol. In the 2015 schedule their will be new tracks involved on the asphalt side and on an expanded dirt partnership as well.

“We are grateful to the track owners and promoters who have worked with us and given us the opportunity to put together an exciting 2015 series. They have all been very cooperative and we appreciate that, and we will work very hard to make the series and each event successful for all involved” stated Bristol, series director.

“Rick has worked hard rebuilding the truck series this year, after I asked him to. He has worked hard to put together this schedule which I am very excited about. I really feel it will give the series better marketability and will give the drivers a opportunity to to be more rounded as they expand their racing resumes. I really appreciate the Florida track owners and promoters for giving us this opportunity to race at their speedways and make our series schedule exciting” added Joey Coulter.

The series, after two tech, registration and practice days at Desoto Speedway Jan 31st and Auburndale Feb 7th, will open its season on the biggest track on the series New Smyrna Speedway, as part of the historic World Series of Stock Car Racing February 13th & 14th.

” We are excited to open up our 2015 season at New Smyrna Speedway as part of this great tradition, the World Series. We appreciate Robert Hart and Kim Brown working with us to make this event happen. It will be a great kick off to the season” said Bristol.

“We look forward to hosting the Joey Coulter Pro-Trucks in February. I know Rick and Joey will work hard to make this event and the series successful. We look forward to a great show and are glad to be a part of the series” explained track manager Kim Brown.

After the opener the series will move into a mixture of asphalt and dirt races that will challenge the drivers as they perform at various size and types of tracks.

A few of the returning tracks that have been great supporters of the series will be Desoto Speedway, Auburndale Speedway and Citrus County Speedway. ” Jimmy Cope, Rex Guy along with Gary Laplant helped us get the series up and going in 2014. They will also be hosting races in 2015. We appreciate their support and we look forward to continuing our relationships in 2015″.

” We are excited to have the Coulter series back in 2015. Rick, Joey and I agree on alot with the trucks and enjoy working together. Our events have been exciting in 2014 and we only see it getting better in 2015. Joey and Rick have a solid vision for the trucks and we look forward to being a part” explained Desoto Speedway promoter Jimmy Cope.

” We are once again excited to work with Joey and Rick and the Coulter Pro-Trucks. We know how much effort Rick puts into this and we are glad to be a part. We will also free up Carl Green so he can rejoin Rick and the series as head techman. We will do what we can to help including hosting a free tech, registration and practice day Feb. 7th” announced Auburndale owners Rex and Colette Guy.

Two other tracks joining New Smyrna as new tracks on the series in 2015 will be Bronson Speedway and Showtime Speedway running races in 2015.
 Showtime which allowed the series to move a canceled event to their facility on October 25th, will host a race in 2015 as well. “Robert Yoho with Rick Day have given their support and we appreciate that.
 Bronson Speedway and veteran promoter LeRoy Davidson have also joined the series in 2015.

“We look forward to hosting the Coulter Pro-Trucks Series as I work to bring new events and the excitement to Bronson Speedway and build our shows and crowds here. Rick and I have the same desires when we talk about tracks cooperating and us working together for the betterment of racing here in Florida” commented Bronson promoter LeRoy Davidson.

As stated earlier the series will run 4 dirt races as part of the 2015 schedule. North Florida Speedway hosted the first ever Pro-Truck Dirt race this year and two other tracks will join this year to make the 4 race dirt schedule. North Florida will host the final dirt race event in September Twin 20 Lap races. Bubba Raceway Park and Eastbay Raceway join the series in 2014.

“ We enjoyed hosting the Coulter Pro-Trucks this year for the first ever dirt race for the trucks and were very excited to see how quickly they adapted to the track and we are excited to be able to host twin events again next year and to decide the Dirt Champion for the 4 races” stated North Florida Speedway owners Phil and Liz Guadagno.

“We appreciate Phil and Liz for giving us that first opportunity and seeing the vision Joey and I have. They had the track in great shape for us and we appreciate their support and look forward to working together again in 2015” added Bristol

Bubba Raceway Park will host the first dirt race on the schedule in 2015 after general manager Scott McAllister jumped at the chance to bring the Coulter Pro-Truck series in.

“We are excited to be able to host the Joey Coulter Pro-Truck series at our track and I love what Joey and Rick are trying to do. We will do all we can to help make this happen” stated McAllister

Eastbay Raceway has jumped on board with two dates at the Tampa area facility and are centrally located to many of the drivers.

“We are excited to have this new division of Pro-Trucks and really feel they will put on a great show here at the clay by the bay. I like Joey and Rick’s vision to give drivers a series that will round them into better drivers” stated Al Varnadore.

“Joey and I are excited to have these two tracks support our vision and I will enjoy working with Scott and Al to produce some great Pro-truck dirt racing”.

The series will announce over the coming weeks and months more details on the series, sponsors and points fund and more. The plans are to have a Dirt Champion Bonus based on the dirt races and an Asphalt Champion Bonus based on the asphalt events.

The points fund will be for the drivers running the whole series for points. The drivers best 15 events based on an 18 race schedule will count for points. The procedure will be in the rules package that will be out by Nov 1st and up on the web site. They will drop 3 races, 1 dirt and 2 asphalt, if they run all the events or miss three events, they will not receive any points either way on those and the finale can not be dropped and will count for everyone.

There is also plans for a “ Fast Qualifier Bonus” to the driver with the most fast times for the season. Also other awards such as most improved, sportsman of the year and contingencies are being worked on as well and will be announced as they are confirmed.

“We are working to finalize the rules, tire deal for dirt and asphalt and dirt rules & procedures, which will remain close to this years. The rules will be available by Nov 1st on the web site and we will announce the dirt stuff and tire deal in the near future as we work to make the best choices” stated Bristol

There will be two tech, registration, practice and cookout days and they are on the schedule for Jan. 31st at DeSoto and Feb 7th at Auburndale. All trucks that are planning to run the series are asked to present their trucks at one of these two events. We will be doing extensive tech and marking and logging info of each truck. Series members will also sign agreements on rules and penalties for violations during the season. Please make plans to come to one or both of these so we will be prepared for the season opener. The new cam doctor will be used and will be with us on 2015, along with other tech tools we need to do a thorough job in 2015.

Registration for this years series will be $200. This will make you eligible for lower entry fee at each race, awards, bonus money, points fund and contingencies and the driver will receive $25 towards their banquet ticket for the championship banquet. As members you will also have a vote on things that may come up during the season that we need to deal with. Some of this money will also be used to make it possible to have the same techman and another series official at each event.

“Joey and I are excited to have Carl Green and Eric Reynolds back with me as officials on the series. They were my team in 2012 when we had our other series and I am glad to have them back in 2015. I am thankful to Rex Guy for working with us to free up Carl to be able to do this” added Bristol. “ We ask people to just stay tuned and check in on the web site and other media outlets for the information as it is released. We will do all we can to support and grow racing and specially Pro-Truck racing in Florida at our tracks. We will work hard to put on exciting and professional shows that work for the tracks, drivers and most important the fans”.

www.carsevents.com is where to go for all series information. Questions, sponsor opportunities and more can be directed to Rick Bristol at 407-497-0448 or rbmini68@aol.com. Once the rules are out, Carl Green will be the contact for tech questions.



10/24/2014 8:37 AM


Florida_Cr
Re :   Bubba Raceway Park

Modifieds feature from Bubba Raceway Park for 10-18-2014



10/22/2014 2:28 PM


Florida_Cr
Re :   TBARA Winged Sprints


The Frank Riddle Memorial TBARA Sprints 40 lap feature
at Desoto Speedway on October 18, 2014



10/22/2014 8:24 AM


Racetrack_
Re :   Weekly Car Counts



Car Counts for October 17-18
(from our complete results for 10 Florida tracks)

*Showtime Speedway - Car count 1st, Cars per division 2nd

Total cars - 96
Total divisions - 7
Average per division - 13

*Desoto Speedway - Car count 2nd, Cars per division 6th

Total cars - 84
Total divisions - 9
Average per division - 9

*Volusia Speedway Park - Car Count 3rd, Cars per division tied for 4th

Total cars - 67
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 11

*East Bay Raceway Park - Car count 4th, Cars per division 3rd

Total cars - 62
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 12

*New Smyrna Speedway - Car count 5th, Cars per division tied for 4th

Total cars - 57
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 11

*Hendry County Motorsports Park - Car Count 6th, Cars per division tied for 7th

Total cars - 55
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 8

*North Florida Speedway - Car Count 7th, Cars per division tied for 7th

Total cars - 52
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 8

*Bubba Raceway Park - Car count 8th, Cars per division tied for 7th

Total cars - 42
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 8

*Auburndale Speedway - Car count 9th, Cars per division tied for 7th

Total cars - 41
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 8

*Orlando Speedworld - Car Count 10th, Cars per division 1st

Total cars - 33
Total divisions - 2
Average per division - 16

Website COMPLETE RESULTS counts for October 17-18

(as of this posting, All Finishing positions for All divisions that raced and not just the story)

1. Florida Racing - 10 tracks

2. Florida Flag Stand - 6 tracks

3. Karnac - 0 tracks



10/21/2014 3:16 PM


Racetrack_
Re :   Weekly Car Counts



Car Counts for October 11
(from our complete results for 6 Florida tracks)

*Volusia Speedway Park - Car Count 1st, Cars per division 1st

Total cars - 96
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 24

*Auburndale Speedway - Car count 2nd, Cars per division 2nd

Total cars - 88
Total divisions - 7
Average per division - 12

*East Bay Raceway Park - Car count 3rd, Cars per division tied for 3rd

Total cars - 71
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 11

*New Smyrna Speedway - Car count 4th, Cars per division tied for 3rd

Total cars - 55
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 11

*Bronson Speedway - Car Count 5th, Cars per division 6th

Total cars - 46
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 7

*Bubba Raceway Park - Car count 6th, Cars per division 5th

Total cars - 35
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 8

Website COMPLETE RESULTS counts for October 11

(as of this posting, All Finishing positions for All divisions that raced and not just the story)

1. Florida Racing - 6 tracks

2. Florida Flag Stand - 3 tracks

3. Karnac - 0 tracks



10/14/2014 11:23 AM


Florida_Cr
Re :   Citrus County Speedway

CITRUS COUNTY SPEEDWAY PRESS RELEASE

It will take a all of us working together as a full team to make your local track the best in the state. I am asking for everyone to help get Citrus Speedway back on track and the best track in Florida as a team. Lets put the past behind us and move forward with the 60th year of fine racing at Citrus County Speedway as a racing committee working together 100%.

Denise and myself would like to thank all of the people that have sent prayers to us and there thoughts over the last weeks,

I have looked at many things at Citrus County Speedway and talked to many people over the last week about the problems at your local track. Your local track is not closed for good we will race the 60th year at Citrus County Speedway.

Starting Friday Night 10/17/14 thru 11/8 race there will be open practice for the racers and the go kart people to enjoy there local track for practice.

There will be two more race nights for 2014 season to make it right for the drivers running for points this year. They have a some tight races in the points, this will make it more fair for them to have the chance to finish the battle.

Denise and I would like to thank the following Companies for stepping up to the plate in helping with the first race which will be the following:


10/25/14 (TRICK OR TREAT NIGHT FOR THE KIDS)

HOLLOWEEN CAR DECORATING CONTEST ALONG WITH KIDS COSTUME CONEST

INLINE PERFORMANCE NON WING SPRINTS 35 LAPS (last night for points)

FLORAL CITY ANIMAL CLINC MINI STOCKS 25 LAPS

PHANTON GRAPHICS MOD MINI STOCKS 25 LAPS

CHUCKY PROPERTIES & LAWN PURE STOCK 25 LAPS

TRAE TREE SERVICE STREET STOCKS 25 LAPS

CURRY ROOFFING PRO HORNET 25 LAPS


We are looking for companies to help sponsor these races to be held on Nov 8th. please give me a call if your interested.


Sportsman 50 Laps ( last points race)

Mod Mini Stocks 25 Laps ( last points race)

Pure Stocks 25 Laps ( last points race)

Mini Stocks 25 Laps ( last points race)

Street Stocks 25 Laps ( last points race)

Pro Hornet 25 Laps ( last points race)

Sunshine State Legends/ Bandoleros Touring series


We are also looking at possibly doing some type of racing on Dec 13th more to come on that.

The awards for the class championships will be held some time in January as last year we are still working on the place and a date. We will announce it soon.

I am talking with Leroy at Bronson as we work together making a 2015 racing schedule. Darren Jackson and Donnie Lewis are working on the new rules for 2015 for all classes also. My goal is to have the 2015 rules and schedule to all of you by the Nov 8th race.

Again thank you to those that have supported the track, the crew of officials we have that have worked very hard. Please help us as we go forward into the 60th year of racing at this great little race track. We really want this to work for everyone but, we need everyone to chip in and help make it happen.

Denise and Gary



10/10/2014 11:50 AM


Florida_Cr
Re :   East Bay Raceway Park

2015 Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour to Begin with
$10,000 to win Ronald Laney Memorial

TULSA, Okla. (October 8, 2014) One of the most highly anticipated events in dirt track racing is without a doubt the Winter Nationals at Tampa's East Bay Raceway Park. A gathering of the nation's finest dirt track warriors, it's seen by many fans as the official kickoff to the dirt track racing season.

The last time the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real was a part of the Winter Nationals lineup was 2008 with Kenny Adams, Terry McCarl, and Jason Johnson each garnering victories at "The Clay by the Bay".

In 2015, that list of winners will grow as officials with the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real and East Bay Raceway Park are pleased to announce the National Tour's 2015 season opener at the 39th annual Winter Nationals and 14th annual Ronald Laney Memorial, happening February 19-21, 2015.

"I'm looking forward to having the ASCS (American Sprint Car Series) back in the house. They've always done a great job for us and always put a good show so hopefully, it'll be another homerun for us," commented East Bay Raceway Park Promoter, AL Varnadore.

Beginning in 1999 as the "King of the 360's", Gary Wright won the inaugural event worth $4,000.

Ronald Laney captured the coveted crown in 2000 but would not get his second victory at East Bay as the Humble, Texas racer tragically lost his life in 2002 at the age of 29 after hard contact with the wall exiting turn-two sent Laney flipping into oncoming traffic. Racing continued with the event renamed the Ronald Laney Memorial. Tennessee's Jason Sides was ultimately crowned the 2002 champion.

What has become a truly star studded event will offer drivers a champion's payout of $10,000 with preliminary nights paying $2,000 to win. Oklahoma's Wayne Johnson claimed the winner's purse in 2014, marking the second time the 2000 Lucas Oil ASCS National Champion has won the King of the 360's and Ronald Laney Memorial.

"It's been too long since the Lucas Oil ASCS has been a part of the Ronald Laney Memorial," said ASCS National Coordinator, Matt Ward. "Al and his staff have always been awesome to work with, and the event is second to none for anyone who enjoys dirt track racing Personally, Ronald meant a lot to all of us and to have his race be a part of ASCS is important."

Along with the Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV American Real, the three nights will include the Florida Mini Sprints. Racing will be preceded by practice on Wednesday, February 18, 2015. Entry forms, ticket information, and full schedule of events for the 2015 East Bay Raceway Park Winter Nationals is available at http://www.eastbayracewaypark.com.
For continued updates on the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV American Real, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com.

Event Information:
What: $10,000 to win King of the 360's and Ronald Laney Memorial
Where: East Bay Raceway Park - Tampa, Fla.
When: February 19-21, 2015
Website: http://www.eastbayracewaypark.com

Entry: Drivers are encouraged to pre-enter. Concrete parking areas are reserved based on advanced registration. Registration forms can be downloaded at http://www.eastbayracewaypark.com/winternationals/driver-registration

Tickets: Tickets can be purchased by calling 1-877 457-5611 or (813) 677-7223. Three night tickets are $70 each. Single day tickets are available. Thursday tickets are $15, Friday tickets are $25, and Saturday tickets are $30.

ASCS National History - East Bay Raceway Park: Thirteen events have been held at the East Bay Raceway Park with the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour with eight winners. Lucas Oil ASCS Winners - East Bay Raceway Park: Terry McCarl 4, Gary Wright 3, David Steele, Garry Lee Maier, Jason Johnson, Kenny Adams, Larry Pinegar, Travis Rilat

Lucas Oil ASCS Winners (by date) - East Bay Raceway Park: David Steele (2/11/1996), Garry Lee Maier (2/12/1996), Larry Pinegar (2/9/1997), Gary Wright (2/10/1997), Travis Rilat (1/26/2006), Terry McCarl (1/27/2006), Terry McCarl (1/28/2006), Gary Wright (1/25/2007), Terry McCarl (1/26/2007), Gary Wright (1/27/2007), Kenny Adams (1/31/2008), Terry McCarl (2/1/2008), Jason Johnson (2/2/2008)

King of the 360's Ronald Laney Memorial Champions: Wayne Johnson (2014 and 2010), Danny Holtgraver (2013), Glenn Styres (2012), Daryn Pittman (2011), Jesse Hockett (2009), Jason Johnson (2008), Gary Wright (2007 and 1999), Terry McCarl (2006), Chad Kemenah (2005), Sport Allen (2003), Jason Sides (2002), Jeff Sheppard (2001), Ronald Laney (2000)

The 2015 season will mark the twenty-fourth year of sanctioning Sprint Car racing for the American Sprint Car Series, which brings the best of Sprint Car racing to dozens of different tracks throughout the nation. Anchored by the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series, ASCS also consists of ten different Regions throughout the nation.
Lucas Oil Products is the title sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. More information can be found on Lucas Oil Products at www.lucasoil.com. MAVTV is the presenting sponsor of the American Sprint Car Series. Log onto www.mavtv.com for information regarding availability and listings in your area.

Associate sponsors for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by MAVTV include: Hoosier Racing Tire and Brodix.
Team Lucas Sponsors for the American Sprint Car Series consist of Protect the Harvest, iON Camera, Smokey Mountain Moonshine, C&R Radiator, Hawk Performance Products, Geico, E3 Spark Plugs, and General Tire.

Product and Contingency Sponsorship provided by: K&N Filters, KSE Racing Products, SpeedMart, Competition Suspension, Engler Machine and Tool, FSR Radiator and Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Driverwebsites.com, Weld Wheels, Saldana Racing Products, Maxwell Industries, Print Place, Simpson, The Joie of Seating, Wesmar Racing Engines, Hinchman Indy Racewear, Rod End Supply, Smiley's Racing Products, Speedway Motors, and Hilborn Injection Systems.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com as well as Twitter (@LucasOilASCS) and Facebook. News and information can also be sent to you with the ASCS E-News by texting ASCS to 22828 with any mobile device.



10/08/2014 4:28 PM


Racetrack_
Re :   Weekly Car Counts



Car Counts for October 4
(from our complete results for 10 Florida tracks)

Showtime Speedway - Car count 1st, Cars per division tied for 1st

Total cars - 102
Total divisions - 7
Average per division - 14

Desoto Speedway - Car count 2nd, Cars per division tied for 9th

Total cars - 82
Total divisions - 10
Average per division - 8

Volusia Speedway Park - Car Count 3rd, Cars per division 5th

Total cars - 73
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 12

Auburndale Speedway - Car count 4th, Cars per division 6th

Total cars - 67
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 11

New Smyrna Speedway - Car count 5th, Cars per division tied for 3rd

Total cars - 66
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 13

Southern Raceway - Car count 6th, Cars per division tied for 3rd

Total cars - 65
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 13

North Florida Speedway - Car Count 7th, Cars per division 7th

Total cars - 62
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 10

East Bay Raceway Park - Car count 8th, Cars per division tied for 1st

Total cars - 57
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 14

Hendry County Motorsports Park - Car Count 9th, Cars per division tied for 9th

Total cars - 52
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 8

Bronson Speedway - Car Count 10th, Cars per division 8th

Total cars - 45
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 9

Website COMPLETE RESULTS counts for October 4

(as of this posting, All Finishing positions for All divisions that raced and not just the story)

1. Florida Racing - 10 tracks

2. Florida Flag Stand - 6 tracks

3. Karnac - 1 track



10/08/2014 6:50 AM


Florida_Cr
Re :   Five Flags Speedway

5 Flags Speedway tentative schedule for
the 47th Annual Snowball Derby

It’s that time of year. Racers and fans from across the country turn their eyes and minds towards one of the greatest events in short track racing, the world famous Snowball Derby . This year marks the 47th running of the annual event held the first weekend of December since 1968.

Ask anybody who has witnessed or been a part of the event and you will hear them say the same thing, “The atmosphere and excitement is 2nd to none”. To be a part of a Snowball Derby is a win in itself. Often with months and sometimes years of preparation.

The annual celebration of racing starts with the Green Flag Party on Wednesday night and culminates with the Super Late Models on Sunday. The Green Flag Party is a fellowship of racers, race fans officials and sponsors that sets the tone for the event What follows is 4 days of the most intense prestigious racing in 7 different classes by the best of the best.
 Starting Monday, October 13th, we will start presenting you the class of entries for this years events. Below is the tentative schedule for the 47th Annual Snowball Derby. If you have not done so already you should start making your plans to attend “America’s Favorite Home Track” to see the world famous Snowball Derby!

TENTATIVE SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO REVISION

Wednesday Dec 3
•Free Admission
•9 am Parking of Rigs; 11 am to 5 pm Tech Open
•Evening
•5-9 pm Cat Country/WEAR TV3
•Free Green Flag Party
•Autographs, Food, Beverages, Live Music
•Qualifying Order Drawing

Thursday Dec 4
•10 am-4 pm Snowball /Snowflake Practice
•5-6 pm Bomber & Sportsmen Practice
•6:15 Bomber & Sportsmen Quals (top 20)
•8 pm Bomber & SP B Main 10 Laps (transfer 4)
•Butler U-Pull-It Bomber 30 Green Laps
•Beef O’Brady’s Sportsmen 50 Green Laps

Friday Dec 5
•WXBM 102.7 Pole Night
•During Day Practice &
•Snowball Derby Time Trials
•7:45 pm Pre Race Festivities
•8 pm SS & Mods B Mains (if necessary)
•Super Stock 50 Green Laps
•Modified 50 Green Laps

Saturday Dec 6
•Snowball Qualifier 50 laps, (4 transfer)
•Snowflake Qualifier 50 laps, (4 transfer)
•Pro Truck Feature Race 50 laps
•7:30 pm Allen Turner Snowflake 100
•100 Green Flag Laps Pro Late Models

Sunday Dec 7
•2 pm Snowball Derby 300 laps for Super Late Models



10/06/2014 5:51 PM


Florida_Cr
Re :   Putnam County Speedway Park

Sunday's meeting discussions

"Ron Armstrong" is the new proprieter. He discussed issues and solicited opinions from the group gathered there. The issues listed below are tentative and will be finalized with news released.

1) FIRST thing mentioned. New clay. The top surface of the track will be removed and a new layer of CLAY will be spread. I heard 5".
2) The problems with the restrooms will be fixed. Specifically mentioned was the toilets having problems flushing.
3) Handicap ramps will be constructed in all areas required, in accordance with federal laws.
4) Turn 2 needs drainage work. A series of drainage pipes will be installed.
5) The stands in turns 1 and 2 will be closed. They are in depsarate need of repair. I am unsure if they will build new ones or repair the ones they have.
6) A vote was taken and decided that races would be run on FRIDAYS to accomodate drivers running other tracks as well. Racing will start at 8:30. Pit and Gate times will be at a time to accomodate jobs and travel time.
7) PITs... Your allowed a tow truck and a car. Pit prices will tentatively be $20 for you AND your car, and $20 per person. NO CHILDREN under the age of 8 will be allowed in the pits. This will also be a policy coming soon to other tracks.
8) General admission tentatively set at $10. (not sure about children. Children = 8 to 14. 7 and under free.
9) The back entrance ticket booths will be moved.
10) The track officials will have the right to tear down the first 3 cars....
11) Tech personnel cannot also race or have a car that is racing.
12) Classes to run will be Lates, Sportsman, Gladiators, Pure Stocks, Street Stocks, Emods, OWM.
13) Rules will be patterned after Volusia's rules to accomodate drivers racing there.
14) Open racing will be held in February of 2015.
15) Concession prices will most likely drop.
16) Raceceivers will be used, just like other tracks



10/06/2014 6:32 AM


Florida_Cr
Re :   Joey Coulter Florida Pro-Truck Series

 

2015 Schedule

January 31st #1 Tech, Registration, Practice & Cook out. Desoto Speedway 11-4

February 7th #2 Tech, Registration, Practice & Cook out. Auburndale Speedway 11-4

Feb 13 &14th New Smyrna Speedway (Regular 25 lap Race Fri.) (Sat. Points Race) (4 Tire)

Feb 28th TBA (2 Tire)

March 14th Desoto Speedway (4 Tire)

March 28th Eastbay Raceway (dirt) (2 Tire)

April 11th Auburndale Speedway (2 Tire)

April 25th Bubba Speedway Park (dirt) (2 Tire)

May 9th Showtime Speedway (4 Tire)

May 23th Bronson Speedway (2 Tire)

June 6th or 13th* Desoto Speedway (2 Tire)

June 27th Auburndale Speedway (4 Tire)

July 11th Eastbay Raceway (dirt) (2 Tire)

August 8th TBA (2 Tire)

August 15th or 29th* Desoto Speedway (4 Tire)

September 12th Auburndale Speedway (2 Tire)

September 26th North Florida Speedway (dirt) Twin 25’s (2 Tire)

October 10th Bronson Speedway (4 Tire)

October 24th Auburndale Speedway (2 Tire)

November 7th Desoto Speedway Series Finale 75 Laps (4 Tire)

* We are trying to work two conflicting dates so this will be finalized as soon as possible



09/30/2014 7:00 PM


Racetrack_
Re :   Weekly Car Counts



Car Counts for September 26-27
(from our complete results for 4 Florida tracks)

Five Flags Speedway - Car Count 1st, Cars per division 1st

Total cars - 66
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 13

New Smyrna Speedway - Car Count 2nd, Cars per division 2nd

Total cars - 62
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 12

Volusia Speedway Park - Car count 3rd, Cars per division tied for 3rd

Total cars - 51
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 8

Bronson Speedway - Car Count 4th, Cars per division tied for 3rd

Total cars - 33
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 8

Website COMPLETE RESULTS counts for September 26-27

(as of this posting, All Finishing positions for All divisions that raced and not just the story)

1. Florida Racing - 4 tracks

2. Florida Flag Stand - 3 tracks

3. Karnac - 0 tracks

3. Florida Dirt Track News - 0 tracks



09/28/2014 12:25 PM

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