2010 Results, News

SIDES SNAGS A HAT TRICK AT OHSWEKEN

By Tommy Goudge (July 30, 2010) – Another World of Outlaws event at Ohsweken, another feature win for Jason Sides. The Bartlett, Tennessee driver led all thirty laps on Friday night to claim his third career feature win in four tries at the Styres-owned facility. Scott McPhail made his first ESSO Thunder Stock division start of the season a good one, as he took home the win in that twenty lap race.

WORLD OF OUTLAWS SPRINT CARS
Jason Sides and Jason Meyers started the thirty lap feature on the front row, and Sides took off immediately in search of his fourth win of the season. Sides cruised out front, slicing through slower traffic on the top and bottom of the Speedway. Meyers could not make any headway and then disaster struck for him on lap seventeen when he and Kraig Kinser were collected after Alain Bergeron spun in turn two.

Both Meyers and Kinser made repairs and joined the rear of the field for the restart. Up front Sides chose the bottom groove for the double file restart, with Steve Kinser to his outside. Sides reasserted his lead when the green flag dropped again, while Craig Dollansky darted into second. Dollansky and Schatz both closed the gap on Sides over the last few laps, but ran out of time to try for the win. Sides claimed the win by just over eight tenths of a second, while Dollansky settled for second, followed by Schatz, Joey Saldana, and Steve Kinser.

“This track’s been good to us,” said Sides after the race. “It’s a great place, and great fans and everything, so it’s just one of those places we really like. It’s just one of those places that we can run the top or the bottom, and slip and slide through the middle, and it’s just a good race track. It got a little slick there in the heats, and after it sat for a few minutes before the dash the moisture came back to it and it got pretty good.”

Dollansky’s crew thrashed to change the rear end in his car between heat race and dash race action. Their hard work paid off as the Minnesota driver finished second.

“We had a good run going there at Drummondville as well and broke a driveline about the second lap into the feature,” said Dollansky. “I thought we were clear of that, but we started off tonight again with driveline issues. It’s good to get a car that got to the end here tonight, and we kept digging and the guys did a good job changing things. I’m just glad we got this event in. We’ve seen the Canadian fans here, and a little bit of rain has plagued this place the last couple years, so I’m glad we got some good weather.”

Schatz came close to getting his fourth consecutive runner-up finish at Ohsweken, but settled for third.

“Wish we had a little more time there,” said Schatz afterwards. “It seemed like the longer it went, the better we got. I have a great car. Every time we make changes to it, you can feel it here. It’s just fun to come race, and it’s fun when the track’s like that.”

Heat races for the thirty-six car field were claimed by Danny Lasoski, Chad Kemenah, Joey Saldana, and Craig Dollansky. Jason Sides won the Dash, and Randy Hannagan got the B-Main victory. Kraig Kinser was the fastest of ten drivers who broke the track record on Friday night with a lap of 12.047 seconds around the three-eighths mile oval. Lasoski’s heat win was also a new record for the eight lap distance at Ohsweken.

The World of Outlaws return to Ohsweken tomorrow night, July 31 for the “Six Nations Showdown” presented by Arrow Express.

ESSO THUNDER STOCKS
Scott McPhail and Billy Bleich started the twenty lap feature on the front row, and McPhail got out to an early lead. The action was intense early on as five cars diced for position at the front of the pack. The race was red-flagged before halfway when Derek Martin tagged the wall and nearly flipped down the backstretch. Upon returning to all fours, Martin’s car was tagged in the left rear by Mike Miller which did heavy damage to both vehicles.

The field strung out a bit as the race went on, and the best battle on the track for many laps was Dave Bailey versus Mark Fawcett for the third spot, while Bleich tried to keep up with McPhail out front. Bleich suffered a flat right rear tire and took his car to the pits, leaving Fawcett to contend with McPhail for the win. Fawcett drew alongside on a couple of occasions, but could get no closer. McPhail held on for the win, followed by Fawcett, Mike Thorne, Dave Bailey, and Rob Disher.

“It’s been sittin’ for two years!” said McPhail of his car in the Engine Pro Winner’s Circle. The car last raced at Ohsweken in 2008 with teammate Bernard Neiburg behind the wheel. “I could just see the corner of (Fawcett). I thought it was the 108, but something happened to him. It was an excellent race. This is a great venue and the racing here is awesome.”

Heat races for the twenty-two car field were claimed by Rob Disher, Mike Thorne, and Billy Bleich. Terry Osmond was the hard charger for the event, moving up from seventeenth on the grid to finish seventh.

NEXT UP AT OHSWEKEN
On Saturday night, July 31, 2010, Arrow Express presents the World of Outlaws “Six Nations Showdown” at Ohsweken Speedway, plus the Mod-Lite Stars Championship Tour North. Ticket sales begin at 12:00 noon, with spectator gates open at 4:00, and racing starting at 7:45!

OHSWEKEN SPEEDWAY
RACE REPORT 
FRIDAY, JULY 30, 2010
OHSWEKEN, ONTARIO
EVENT SPONSOR – ARROW EXPRESS
Race Start: 8:00 p.m.
Race End: 10:30 p.m.

WORLD OF OUTLAWS SPRINT CAR SERIES
TIME TRIAL RESULTS 
(2 laps – Top 16 inverted into heat race starting spots)
Postion. # Name (Hometown) Best Lap
1. 11k Kraig Kinser (Bloomington, IN) 12.047 NEW TRACK RECORD
2. 15 Donny Schatz (Fargo, ND) 12.177
3. 14 Jason Meyers (Clovis, CA) 12.188
4. 91 Paul McMahan (Nashville, TN) 12.213
5. r19 Doug Esh (Lancaster, PA) 12.228
6. 7s Jason Sides (Bartlett, TN) 12.310
7. 15h Sam Hafertepe, Jr. (Sunnyvale, TX) 12.364
8. 11 Steve Kinser (Bloomington, IN) 12.379
9. 5w Lucas Wolfe (Mechanicsburg, PA) 12.404
10. 2b Ben Gregg (Glendale, AZ) 12.405
11. 9 Joey Saldana (Brownsburg, IN) 12.453
12. 2m Dustin Daggett (Portland, MI) 12.469
13. 6 Danny Lasoski (Dover, MO) 12.510
14. 63 Chad Kemenah (Findlay, OH) 12.528
15. 0 Glenn Styres (Ohsweken) 12.530
16. 7 Craig Dollansky (Elk River, MN) 12.596
17. 77x Randy Hannagan (San Jose, CA) 12.700
18. 14z Jessica Zemken (Sprakers, NY) 12.705
19. 32 Justin Barger (Montrose, NY) 12.815
20. 8b Alain Bergeron (Saint-Pie, QC) 12.848
21. 4x Toni Lutar (White Rock, BC)
22. 42w Rick Wilson (Joyceville) 13.106
23. 71 Travis Cunningham (Grimsby) 13.294
24. 5 Keith Dempster (Alton) 13.325
25. 01 Mikey Kruchka (Hamilton) 13.331
26. 5d Dave Dykstra (Port Colborne) 13.451
27. 14h Jim Huppunen (Fenwick) 13.464
28. 12m Kyle Patrick (Tilbury) 13.510
29. 7x Jamie Collard (Burford) 13.602
30. 80 Chris Steele (Vineland) 13.603
31. 7a Tom Huppunen (Fenwick) 13.652
32. 21x Kevin Job (Campbellville) 13.662
33. 67 Chris Durand (Port Stanley) 14.395
34. 15aw April Wilson (Joyceville) 14.455
35. 31 John Burbridge, Jr. (St. Williams) 14.905
36. Stevin Goldner (Aylmer) 14.306

WORLD OF OUTLAWS SPRINT CARS
HEAT RACES 
(8 laps each – Top 5 in each transfer to A-Feature):

HEAT RACE #1
1. 6 Danny Lasoski, 2. 5w Lucas Wolfe, 3. r19 Doug Esh, 4. 11k Kraig Kinser, 5. 4x Toni Lutar, 6. 77x Randy Hannagan, 7. 01 Mikey Kruchka, 8. 67 Chris Durand, 9. 7x Jamie Collard DNF. Time – 1:42.912 – NEW TRACK RECORD.

HEAT RACE #2
1. 63 Chad Kemenah, 2. 7s Jason Sides, 3. 15 Donny Schatz, 4. 14z Jessica Zemken, 5. 42w Rick Wilson, 6. 5d Dave Dykstra, 7. 80 Chris Steele, 8. 15aw April Wilson, 9. 2b Ben Gregg. No Time.

HEAT RACE #3
1. 9 Joey Saldana, 2. 14 Jason Meyers, 3. 15h Sam Hafertepe, Jr., 4. 0 Glenn Styres, 5. 32 Justin Barger, 6. 71 Travis Cunningham, 7. 7a Tom Huppunen, 8. 14h Jim Huppunen, 9. 31 John Burbridge, Jr. Time – 1:48.246.

HEAT RACE #4
1. 7 Craig Dollansky, 2. 11 Steve Kinser, 3. 91 Paul McMahan, 4. 8b Alain Bergeron, 5. 5 Keith Dempster, 6. 21x Kevin Job, 7. 30g Stevin Goldner, 8. 12m Kyle Patrick, 9. 2m Dustin Daggett DNF. Time – 1:49.184.

DASH
(Determines top ten feature starting spots)
1. 7s Jason Sides, 2. 14 Jason Meyers, 3. 11k Kraig Kinser, 4. 11 Steve Kinser, 5. 7 Craig Dollansky, 6. 6 Danny Lasoski, 7. 15 Donny Schatz, 8. 9 Joey Saldana, 9. 5w Lucas Wolfe, 10. 63 Chad Kemenah. Time – 1:18.409.

B-MAIN (12 laps – Top 4 transfer to A-Feature)
1. 77x Randy Hannagan, 2. 2b Ben Gregg, 3. 71 Travis Cunningham, 4. 01 Mikey Kruchka, 5. 12m Kyle Patrick, 6. 80 Chris Steele, 7. 15aw April Wilson, 8. 7a Tom Huppunen, 9. 67 Chris Durand, 10. 31 John Burbridge, Jr., 11. 14h Jim Huppunen, 12. 30g Stevin Goldner, 13. 5d Dave Dykstra DNF, 14. 2m Dustin Daggett DNS, 15. 7x Jamie Collard DNS, 16. 21x Kevin Job DNS. No Time.

WORLD OF OUTLAWS 
SPRINT CAR FEATURE 
(30 laps)
Position. # Name (Starting Position)
1. 7s Jason Sides (1)
2. 7 Craig Dollansky (5)
3. 15 Donny Schatz (7)
4. 9 Joey Saldana (8)
5. 11 Steve Kinser (4)
6. 6 Danny Lasoski (6)
7. r19 Doug Esh (12)
8. 15h Sam Hafertepe, Jr. (13)
9. 91 Paul McMahan (11)
10. 14 Jason Meyers (2)
11. 5w Lucas Wolfe (9)
12. 63 Chad Kemenah (10)
13. 77x Randy Hannagan (16)
14. 11k Kraig Kinser (3)
15. 0 Glenn Styres (15)
16. 14z Jessica Zemken (17)
17. 4x Toni Lutar (20)
18. 2b Ben Gregg (14)
19. 42w Rick Wilson (21)
20. 8b Alain Bergeron (19) DNF
21. 32 Justin Barger (18) DNF
22. 5 Keith Dempster (23) DNF
23. 71 Travis Cunningham (22) DNF
24. Mikey Kruchka (24) DNF
No Time.

ESSO THUNDER STOCKS
HEAT RACES 
(8 laps each)

HEAT RACE #1
1. 17 Rob Disher (Grimsby), 2. 191 Gord Bates (Selkirk), 3. 8 Ryan Dinning (Caledonia), 4. 08 Derek Martin (Hamilton), 5. 5h Devin Habiuk (Thorold), 6. 04 Wyatt Van Wart (Cambridge), 7. 38 Rodney Rutherford (Waterdown), 8. 00 Robbie General (Ohsweken).

HEAT RACE #2
1. 55 Mike Thorne (Caledonia), 2. 0 Scott McPhail (Hamilton), 3. 31 Dave Bailey (Hagersville), 4. 1 Chris Dickie (Brantford), 5. 73 Mike Miller, 6. 24k Kyle Magrin (Hamilton), 7. 62 Brian Pescetti (Stoney Creek).

HEAT RACE #3
1. 108 Billy Bleich (Port Robinson), 2. 32 Mark Fawcett (Canfield), 3. 39 Isaac Pellisero (St. Ann’s), 4. 51 Phil Nyssen (Cambridge), 5. 83 Lee Winger (Caledonia), 6. 40 Terry Osmond (Cambridge), 7. 57 Murray Nichols (Hamilton).

ESSO THUNDER STOCKS
FEATURE (20 laps)
Position. # Name (Starting Position)
1. 0 Scott McPhail (1)
2. 32 Mark Fawcett (7)
3. 55 Mike Thorne (4)
4. 31 Dave Bailey (6)
5. 17 Rob Disher (9)
6. 39 Isaac Pellisero (8)
7. 40 Terry Osmond (17)
8. 5h Devin Habiuk (13)
9. 1 Chris Dickie (11)
10. 57 Murray Nichols (19)
11. 191 Gord Bates (5)
12. 00 Robbie General (20)
13. 108 Billy Bleich (2) DNF
14. 38 Rodney Rutherford (18) DNF
15. 83 Lee Winger (15) DNF
16. 04 Wyatt Van Wart (16) DNF
17. 8 Ryan Dinning (3) DNF
18. 73 Mike Miller (14) DNF
19. 08 Derek Martin (10) DNF
20. 62 Brian Pescetti (22) DNF
21. 24k Kyle Magrin (21) DNF
22. 51 Phil Nyssen (12) DNF

UP NEXT @ OHSWEKEN SPEEDWAY:
SATURDAY, JULY 31, 2010
ARROW EXPRESS PRESENTS:
“SIX NATIONS SHOWDOWN” FEATURING
WORLD OF OUTLAWS SPRINT CARS,
PLUS MOD-LITE STARS CHAMPIONSHIP TOUR NORTH
ADULTS $35, KIDS 12 AND UNDER $15!
SPECTATOR GATES OPEN @ 4:00 P.M., RACING @ 7:45 P.M.

2010 Results, News

POIRIER POWERS TO WIN IN ‘BATTLE ON THE GRAND’ EVENT

By Tommy Goudge (July 16, 2010) – Steve Poirier visited a familiar spot on Friday night at Ohsweken Speedway – the Engine Pro Racing Winner’s Circle. Poirier, twice a winner of Ohsweken’s annual Canadian Sprint Car Nationals, led every lap of Friday night’s Empire Super Sprints vs. Corr/Pak Merchandising Sprints “Battle on the Grand” twenty-five lap feature to claim his first feature win of the season. Meanwhile Jamie Cox, Steve Hess, Jesse McDonald, and Jason Powers claimed their first wins of the season in the ESSO Thunder Stocks, ESSO Mini Stocks, Bombers, and Vintage Cars, respectively.

CORR/PAK MERCHANDISING SPRINT CARS VS. EMPIRE SUPER SPRINTS “BATTLE ON THE GRAND”
Jamie Turner and Steve Poirier started the feature on the front row, but it would take five tries to get the twenty-five lapper started. The trouble began on the original start when Kyle Moffit came to a stop in turn three with a steering problem. 

The next try found pole-sitter Turner having a steering problem of his own as he turned sharp right in turn four and was lucky to avoid contact with the rest of the field. Turner restarted at the tail of the field while Mikey Kruchka inherited the top spot, but on the next start, Turner again had problems and spun to a stop in turn two. Turner then took the #11 to the pits for the rest of the night.

One more try at a start found Kevin Ward making contact with Wayne Ashton who in turn made contact the backstretch wall and bouncing back into the middle of the field, where Jim Huppunen and Glenn Styres got together and flipped wildly entering turn three. Both drivers emerged from their heavily damaged machines uninjured, but done for the night.

The race finally got started with Poirier taking the lead right away, while Kruchka fell to second. Kyle Moffit benefited from the caution flags by making repairs and rejoining the field at the rear without losing a lap. Moffit went to work immediately after starting at the back of the pack, and was already up to eighth when the caution came back. This time the reason was Jared Zimbardi, who lost his right rear wheel and stopped in turn four.

Zimbardi was done for the night, and when the race went back green again, another favourite suffered problems – The wing on defending track champion Tom Huppunen’s ride came loose, forcing him to the infield.

Moffit had made his way to third by lap seven, and seemed to be on a mission. Poirier reached the tail end of the field on lap nine, while Kruchka was still giving chase from the runner-up spot. A long green flag period followed while Kruchka tried to chase down Poirier, before Moffit took over the spot on lap eleven.

More problems struck on lap twenty-one, when Moffit spun after contact with James Evans, but kept going. Kruchka went off course in turns one and two but recovered, and Keith Dempster finally brought out the caution with a spin in turn four.

Moffit appeared to be faster than Poirier prior to the caution and made a valiant effort to get by three lapped cars, but came up short in his quest for a second feature win at Ohsweken.

Poirier took the win, his fourth career at Ohsweken, while Moffit settled for second followed by Alain Bergeron, Chuck Hebing, and Justin Barger. The win was Poirier’s first of the season, something he reflected on in victory lane.

“Looks like it was tougher this year…Sometimes we had luck on our side in the past,” said the former ESS champ. “Tonight maybe we were lucky to have a good start at the beginning of the evening. At the end, the track was really tough and my starting position surely helped me a lot.”

Last Sunday Poirier suffered a mechanical failure with four laps to go in a race at Cayuga County Speedway. He and his crew were definitely happy to close the deal this time.

“It feels great. Sometimes you put in question the preparation of the car,” said Poirier. “In the past, we never had that kind of problem, so when you’re leading the race you think about those problems you had in the past, but (this win) will get the monkey off of our back.”

Again leading with four laps to go this week, Poirier was worried when the caution came out.

“I was not really confident,” he said. “I knew I was good in turn three and four, but in turn one I didn’t really know where to go in the turn. It looks like there was really no preferred line. It was safer to stay on the inside. When I tried the outside, the car was pushing a little bit. So I decided to keep a little bit conservative on the inside, and hope that nobody would pass me on the outside.”

Heat race victories for the thirty-two car field were claimed by Jared Zimbardi, Justin Barger, and Dave Dykstra, while Barger also won the dash race in track record time, and Glenn Styres got the “B” Main win.

ESSO THUNDER STOCKS

Gord Bates and Phil Nyssen started on the front row for the ESSO Thunder Stocks Mid-Season Championship feature, and Nyssen got the early lead. Sixth starter Billy Bleich quickly made his way to the front though, and was the leader when a caution flag flew for Rodney Rutherford, who lost his drive-shaft on the backstretch. The race went green for a long stretch, during which Jamie Cox methodically picked his way forward from tenth on the grid.

Cox tracked Bleich down and worked high and low to get by, finally taking over the lead just before halfway. From there Cox pulled away until a caution flag flew on lap twenty-two for an exhaust pipe that had fallen off of one of the cars exiting turn two. Bleich had one more shot, but could do nothing with Cox, who cruised to his first feature win of the season. Bleich took second, followed by Ryan Dinning, Nyssen, and Isaac Pellisero.

Heat races for the nineteen car field were claimed by Cox and Mike Thorne.

ESSO MINI STOCKS

Steve Hess started sixth in the twenty lap ESSO Mini Stock Mid-Season Championship presented by Evers Financial, but quickly made his way into the lead. Eleventh starter Trevor Goulding and fourteenth starter Dave Bailey charged to the front, but could not catch up to Hess.

Hess negotiated traffic and tough track conditions to claim the win, followed by Goulding, Bailey, Abel Castelein, and Craig Erskine.

Heat races for the twenty-four car field were claimed by Bailey, Erskine, and Goulding. 

VINTAGE CARS

Jason Powers made his first trip down to Ohsweken from the Brockville area pay off as he went to victory lane in Vintage Car action. Powers survived a close call on the last lap when he and Brian Page made contact on the backstretch. Powers held on to get the win followed by Doug Fralick, and Page.

BOMBERS

Eighth starter Jarrett Hutton drove to the lead in the twelve lap Bomber Mid-Season Championship feature and got through traffic to claim his first ever feature win. However, he was disqualified which gave the win to Jesse McDonald, followed by Karl Sault in second, Kacey Huffman, Dave Patton and Karl Andress rounding out the top five.

Heat races for the twenty-four car field were claimed by Kyle Andress, and Jesse McDonald, while Aaron Turkey got the “B” Main win.

NEXT WEEK AT OHSWEKEN

Outhouse Image and Design and Wiseco Pistons present “Christmas in July” next Friday, July 23, 2010. The Corr/Pak Merchandising Sprint Cars Mid-Season Championship, plus ESSO Thunder Stocks, ESSO Mini Stocks, and Bombers are all part of round eight of Friday Night Thunder, along with Autograph Night and a Toy Drive. Gates open at 6:00 with racing starting at 7:45! Please bring a new, unwrapped toy for the Toy Drive!

FRIDAY NIGHT THUNDER 2010
ROUND 7 RACE REPORT – JULY 16, 2010
OHSWEKEN SPEEDWAY
OHSWEKEN, ONTARIO
EVENT SPONSORS – 
GALES AUTO AFTERMARKET 
AND EVERS FINANCIAL
Race Start: 7:45 p.m.

CORR/PAK MERCHANDISING SPRINT CARS VS. EMPIRE SUPER SPRINTS
“BATTLE ON THE GRAND”
HEAT RACES (10 laps each – Top 6 transfer to A-Feature):

BS&B RADIATOR HEAT RACE #1
1. 35 Jared Zimbardi (Salamanca, NY), 2. 01 Mikey Kruchka (Hamilton), 3. 21x Kevin Job (Campbellville), 4. 71 Travis Cunningham (Grimsby), 5. 90 James Evans (Beamsville), 6. 3 Wayne Ashton (Kitchener), 7. 0 Glenn Styres (Ohsweken), 8. 30g Stevin Goldner (Aylmer), 9. 10 Jeff Cook (Antwerp, NY) DNF, 10. 67 Chris Durand (Port Stanley) DNF, 11. 49 Todd Hoddick (Cheektowaga, NY). No Time.

BEST WESTERN CAIRN CROFT HOTEL HEAT RACE #2
1. 32 Justin Barger (Montrose, NY), 2. 28fm Steve Poirier (Saint-Matheiu-de-Belouil, QC), 3. 8b Alain Bergeron (Saint-Pie, QC), 4. 7x Mike Ling (Mount Brydges), 5. 21j Jamie Collard (Burford), 6. 17j Lance Yonge (Penn Yan, NY), 7. 84 Tyler Rand (Consecon), 8. 80 Chris Steele (Vineland), 9. 71jr Mike Stelter (Ontario, NY), 10. 96 Shane Butler (London), 11. 94 Stan Zanchin (Fort Erie) DNF. Time – 2:18.071.

GRISDALE RACING PRODUCTS HEAT RACE #3
1. 5d Dave Dykstra (Port Colborne), 2. 11 Jamie Turner (Caistor Centre), 3. 12c Tom Huppunen (Fenwick), 4. 7 Kyle Moffit (South Dayton, NY), 5. 45 Chuck Hebing (Ontario, NY), 6. 14h Jim Huppunen (Fenwick), 7. 5 Keith Dempster (Alton), 8. 13 Kevin Ward, Jr. (Port Leyden, NY), 9. 10m Mitchell Brown (Brantford), 10. 23 Steve Garry (Dundas). Time – 2:18.354.

DASH
(4 laps)
1. 32 Justin Barger, 2. 01 Mikey Kruchka, 3. 28fm Steve Poirier, 4. 35 Jared Zimbardi, 5. 11 Jamie Turner, 6. 5d Dave Dykstra. Time – 54.911 NEW TRACK RECORD

“B” MAIN (10 laps – Top 4 transfer to A-Feature)
1. 0 Glenn Styres, 2. 13 Kevin Ward, Jr., 3. 5 Keith Dempster, 4. 84 Tyler Rand, 5. 10 Jeff Cook, 6. 49 Todd Hoddick, 7. 30g Stevin Goldner, 8. 71jr Mike Stelter, 9. 10m Mitchell Brown, 10. 67 Chris Durand, 11. 23 Steve Garry, 12. 96 Shane Butler, 13. 80 Chris Steele DNF, 14. 94 Stan Zanchin DNS. Time – 2:21.072.

ADDED STARTERS – 10 Jeff Cook, 71jr Mike Stelter

CORR/PAK MERCHANDISING SPRINT CARS VS. EMPIRE SUPER SPRINTS
“BATTLE ON THE GRAND” A-FEATURE (25 laps)

Position. # Name (Starting Position)
1. 28fm Steve Poirier (2)
2. 7 Kyle Moffit (12)
3. 8b Alain Bergeron (8)
4. 45 Chuck Hebing (15)
5. 32 Justin Barger (5)
6. 01 Mikey Kruchka (3)
7. 5d Dave Dykstra (4)
8. 10 Jeff Cook (23)
9. 7x Mike Ling (11)
10. 90 James Evans (13)
11. 17j Lance Yonge (17)
12. 21j Jamie Collard (14)
13. 5 Keith Dempster (21)
14. 84 Tyler Rand (22)
15. 71jr Mike Stelter (24)
16. 13 Kevin Ward, Jr. (20)
17. 21x Kevin Job (7) DNF
18. 35 Jared Zimbardi (6) DNF
19. 12c Tom Huppunen (9) DNF
20. 71 Travis Cunningham (10) DNF
21. 11 Jamie Turner (1) DNF
22. 3 Wayne Ashton (16) DNF
23. 14h Jim Huppunen (18) DNF
24. 0 Glenn Styres (19) DNF
No Time

ESSO THUNDER STOCKS
HEAT RACES (8 laps each)

HEAT RACE #1
1. 44 Jamie Cox (Cambridge), 2. 108 Billy Bleich (Port Robinson), 3. 83 Lee Winger (Caledonia), 4. k51 Ed McNamara (Sherkston), 5. 4 Kevin Knapp (St. Catharines), 6. 191 Gord Bates (Selkirk), 7. 17 Rob Disher (Grimsby), 8. 04 Wyatt Van Wart (Cambridge), 9. 38 Rodney Rutherford (Waterdown) DNF, 10. 24k Kyle Magrin (Hamilton) DNF.

HEAT RACE #2
1. 55 Mike Thorne (Caledonia), 2. 8 Ryan Dinning (Caledonia), 3. 1 Chris Dickie (Brantford), 4. 39 Isaac Pellisero (St. Ann’s), 5. 37 Jeremy Bean (Stoney Creek), 6. 51 Phil Nyssen (Cambridge), 7. 5h Devin Habiuk (), 8. 08 Derek Martin (Hamilton), 9. 00 Robbie General (Ohsweken) DNF.

ESSO THUNDER STOCKS
FEATURE (25 laps)
Position. # Name (Starting Position)
1. 44 Jamie Cox (10)
2. 108 Billy Bleich (6)
3. 8 Ryan Dinning (9)
4. 51 Phil Nyssen (2)
5. 39 Isaac Pellisero (11)
6. k51 Ed McNamara (3)
7. 37 Jeremy Bean (5)
8. 55 Mike Thorne (7)
9. 83 Lee Winger (8)
10. 17 Rob Disher (13)
11. 5h Devin Habiuk (14)
12. 1 Chris Dickie (4)
13. 04 Wyatt Van Wart (15)
14. 08 Derek Martin (16) DNF
15. 4 Kevin Knapp (12) DNF
16. 00 Robbie General (18) DNF
17. 24kKyle Magrin (19) DNF
18. 38 Rodney Rutherford (17) DNF
19. 191 Gord Bates (1) DNF

ESSO MINI STOCKS
HEAT RACES (8 laps each)

HEAT RACE #1
1. 31 Dave Bailey (Hagersville), 2. 72 Kevin Hilborn (Brantford), 3. 28 Abel Castelein (Cayuga), 4. 86 Rick Emberson (Paris), 5. 113 Mark Thorne (Waterford), 6. 99 Robin Elliott (Woodstock), 7. 110 Drew Spencer (Oakville), 8. 22 Brittani Myers (Hamilton) DNF, 9. 92 Billy Schwartzenburg (Guelph) DNF.

HEAT RACE #2
1. 48 Craig Erskine (Brantford), 2. 5 Rick Robinson (Brantford), 3. 79 Steve Miller (Paris), 4. 11 Mike Giberson (Caledonia), 5. 4p Mike Peterson, 6. 10 Jake Brown (Brantford), 7. 05 Dave Goodacre (Brantford), 8. 76 Jamie Goudge (London).

HEAT RACE #3
1. 6 Trevor Goulding (Welland), 2. 77x Ethan Martin (Ohsweken), 3. 777x Steve Hess (Ohsweken), 4. 02 Mike Taylor (Burlington), 5. 14 Paul Goodale (Ohsweken), 6. 55 Rob Slater (Dundas), 7. 84rk Ryan Beagle (Vittoria).

ESSO MINI STOCKS
FEATURE (20 laps)
Position. # Name (Starting Position)
1. 777x Steve Hess (6)
2. 6 Trevor Goulding (11)
3. 31 Dave Bailey (14)
4. 28 Abel Castelein (9)
5. 48 Craig Erskine (10)
6. 14 Paul Goodale (3)
7. 11 Mike Giberson (2)
8. 10 Jake Brown (17)
9. 5 Rick Robinson (13)
10. 05 Dave Goodacre (20)
11. 110 Drew Spencer (19)
12. 113 Mark Thorne (4)
13. 99 Robin Elliott (16)
14. 76 Jamie Goudge (22)
15. 4p Mike Peterson (15) DNF
16. 79 Steve Miller (5) DNF
17. 84rk Ryan Beagle (21) DNF
18. 72 Kevin Hilborn (12) DNF
19. 55 Rob Slater (18) DNF
20. 02 Mike Taylor (8) DNF
21. 86 Rick Emberson (7) DNF
22. 77x Ethan Martin (1) DNF
23. 22 Brittani Myers (23) DNF
24. 92 Billy Schwartzenburg (24) DNS

VINTAGE CARS
FEATURE (10 laps)
Position. # Name (Starting Position)
1. 53 Jason Powers (1)
2. 27 Doug Fralick (6)
3. 43 Brian Page (3)
4. 00 Bill Harju (9)
5. 4 Chic Voit (7)
6. 16 Daryl Bray (10)
7. 400 Jim Atkins (8)
8. 6 Lowry Siemens (4) DNF
9. b7 Brian Comeau (2) DNF
10. 62 Al Harju (5) DNF
11. 24 Harold Sonnenberg (11) DNS

BOMBERS
HEAT RACES (6 laps each – top 6 transfer to A-Feature)

HEAT RACE #1
1. 420 Kyle Andress (Hamilton), 2. 113 Shawn Ireland (Burlington), 3. 81 Karl Sault (Dundas), 4. 26 Dave Patton (Rockton), 5. 1988 Matt Smith (Rockton), 6. 97 Derek Chechalk (Hamilton), 7. 38 John Cote, 8. 13c Corrie Cowell (Delhi), 9. 10-4 Trevor Roszell (Waterdown), 10. 53 Chris Rivers (Cambridge), 11. 17 Brittany Gyokery (Jarvis), 12. 777 Rob Twitchett (Dundas).

HEAT RACE #2
1. 88j Jesse McDonald (Caledonia), 2. 13 Kacey Huffman (Hamilton), 3. 00 Adam Reidel, 4. 03 Sarah Rutherford (Dundas), 5. 474 Jarrett Hutton, 6. 181 Lee Hils (Dundas), 7. 99cc Chris Cowell (Caledonia), 8. 199 Aaron Turkey, 9. 23 Dusty DeBoer, 10. 83 Matt Jansen, 11. 14 Gord Hardy (Cambridge), 12. 10 Jeremy Hughes (Burlington).

“B” MAIN (6 laps – Top 4 transfer to A-Feature)
1. 199 Aaron Turkey, 2. 777 Rob Twitchett, 3. 23 Dusty DeBoer, 4. 10-4 Trevor Roszell, 5. 10 Jeremy Hughes, 6. 83 Matt Jansen, 7. 99cc Chris Cowell, 8. 38 John Cote, 9. 14 Gord Hardy, 10. 13c Corrie Cowell, 11. 17 Brittany Gyokery DNF, 12. 53 Chris Rivers DNF.

BOMBERS
FEATURE (12 laps)
Position. # Name (Starting Position)

1. 88j Jesse McDonald (4)
2. 81 Karl Sault (10)
3. 13 Kacey Huffman (6)
4. 26 Dave Patton (12)
5. 420 Kyle Andress (2)
6. 181 Lee Hils (11)
7. 1988 Matt Smith (7)
8. 113 Shawn Ireland (3)
9. 10-4 Trevor Roszell (16)
10. 23 Dusty DeBoer (15)
11. 03 Sarah Rutherford (5)
12. 777 Rob Twitchett (14)
13. 97 Derek Chechalk (1) DNF
14. 199 Aaron Turkey (13) DNF
15. 00 Adam Riedel (9) DNF
16. 474 Jarrett Hutton (8) DQ’d

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2010 Results, News

DUSTIN DAGGETT CASHES IN AT THE NORTHERN SUMMER NATIONALS

by Tommy Goudge (July 2, 2010) – Dustin Daggett and his crew brought a brand new car to Ohsweken Speedway on Friday night in search of the $3,000 Northern Summer Nationals winner’s cheque. When the dust settled, Daggett was indeed standing in Engine Pro Racing victory lane after winning both his heat race and qualifying race, and leading every lap of the twenty-five lap feature. Devin Habiuk and Abel Castelein repeated as winners of the ESSO Thunder Stocks and ESSO Mini Stocks respectively, while Adam Reidel and Karl Sault got the twin Bomber feature wins.

“NORTHERN SUMMER NATIONALS” SPRINT CARS
Dustin Daggett and Glenn Styres started the twenty-five lap feature on the front row, and Daggett was on a mission right from the beginning. Tom Huppunen moved up from fifth to second on the first lap, and held the runner-up spot behind Daggett for the first ten laps until the caution flew for Kyle Moffit’s spin in turn two.

The green flag came back out with five lapped machines between leader Daggett and the rest of the field. Glenn Styres moved back to second after falling to fourth behind Ryan Grubaugh earlier in the race, while Huppunen was starting to have problems under the hood of his #12c.

Daggett was out front by a substantial margin as the race wound down to its conclusion, while the rest of the top ten spots were up for grabs. Only five laps were left to complete when twenty-third starter Bryan Howland made it into the top ten. Howland was up to seventh when the caution and then red flew for Moffit in turn four after contact with Daggett. Moffit emerged from his damaged machine uninjured, but was done for the night. Tom Huppunen also took the #12c to the pit area, ending his bid for a repeat Summer Nationals triumph.

All eyes were on Daggett, whose right rear tire had made contact with Moffit. Daggett was not to be denied his seventh career feature win at Ohsweken though, and got the win by almost four and a half seconds over Styres, Grubaugh, Dave Dykstra, and Bobby Breen. Hard charger Howland got sixth, followed by Mike Ling, Jared Zimbardi, Dain Naida, and Jim Huppunen.

“I was kind of wondering if that right rear was going to stay up,” said Daggett in victory lane. “It did get a little low on that red (flag), and the car was really tight those last couple laps, but it held up long enough.” 

“I just gotta say thanks to my whole crew,” continued Daggett. “This is a brand new car. We put it together last week, and first night out on it, it seems to be a really good one.”

The track was much more slick and dry than it has been for other Daggett wins, and he commented on it after the race:

“Last year’s Canadian Nationals really made me mad, because we just went backwards in that and the car was junk,” said Daggett. “We got a different shock package for here this year, and it seems to be working out really well – the car was fast tonight.”

Heat races for the fifty-one car field were claimed by Kyle Moffit, Dain Naida, Glenn Styres, Dustin Daggett, Mike Ling, and Gregg Dalman. Qualifying race wins went to Daggett, Bobby Breen, Kevin Job, and Ryan Grubaugh, while Bryan Howland and Bubba Broderick got “B” MAIN race victories.

ESSO THUNDER STOCKS
Ryan Dinning and Ed McNamara started the twenty lap ESSO Thunder Stock feature on the front row, and Dinning quickly opened up a large gap on the field. While Dinning was pulling away out front, the rest of the field was involved in a torrid fight for positions within the top ten, sometimes going three and four wide.

Mike Thorne – back after a hard crash last week – eventually got free of the pack and chased Dinning down. As those two battled for the lead, eleventh starter Devin Habiuk ran both down and drove by them into the lead. Habiuk took off out front leaving Dinning and Thorne to go at it for the runner-up spot, which was eventually claimed by Thorne.

Habiuk got the feature win, followed by Thorne, Dinning, Lee Winger, and Jamie Cox.

“It’s fun…I have a blast here,” said Habiuk, who is now undefeated in two starts at Ohsweken in 2010. “It’s a wide open track. I just stuck it on the bottom and picked off as many guys as I could…My Dad told me the car was fast on the top, so I went to the top and here I am. I didn’t think I’d be winning back to back, so this is awesome!”

Heat races for the nineteen car field were claimed by Dinning and Cox.

ESSO MINI STOCKS
Abel Castelein started from the pole again this week in the fifteen lap ESSO Mini Stock feature, with Drew Spencer on the outside. Castelein got the early lead when the green flag dropped, but he couldn’t break free of the pack this week.

Mike Evers was the first to move up and challenge Castelein for the top spot, while the rest of the field jostled for position, often four wide. Kevin Hilborn and Trevor Goulding eventually broke free of the pack, and moved by Evers to take their shots at Castelein.

Despite having six laps left on the board when he got into second, Hilborn could do nothing with Castelein this time after missing out on a win by mere inches last week. Castelein cruised to his second feature win in a row, followed by Hilborn, Goulding, Evers, and Steve Hess.

Heat race wins for the twenty-three car field went to Goulding, Hilborn, and Castelein.

BOMBERS
A record twenty-six Bombers signed in for action on Friday night, and were once again split into two groups for feature racing on the infield oval. The first feature found tenth starting Adam Reidel chasing down early leader Jeremy Hughes to get his second win in a row. Hughes settled for second, followed by Kacey Huffman, Jesse McDonald, and Matt Jansen.

The second feature had more good racing, as championship leader Karl Sault sliced his way from eighth to the lead and got the win. John Cote finished second, followed by twelfth starter Lee Hils, Matt Smith, and Chris Rivers.

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FRIDAY NIGHT THUNDER 2010
ROUND 6 RACE REPORT – JULY 2, 2010
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“NORTHERN SUMMER NATIONALS”
CORR/PAK MERCHANDISING SPRINT CARS,
SOUTHERN ONTARIO SPRINTS,
ASCS SPRINTS ON DIRT,
AND ASCS PATRIOTS
HEAT RACES (8 laps each)

BS&B RADIATOR HEAT RACE #1
1. 7 Kyle Moffit (South Dayton, NY), 2. 12c Tom Huppunen (Fenwick), 3. 84 Tyler Rand (Consecon), 4. 5b Bubba Broderick (Brookfield, CT), 5. 30 Adam West (Ridgetown), 6. 3 Wayne Ashton (Kitchener), 7. 66 Frank Baranowski (Mount Hope), 8. 57 Doug Bowman (London), 9. 9j Jim Munsie (Pickering). Time – 1:52.971.

BEST WESTERN CAIRN CROFT HOTEL HEAT RACE #2
1. 6n Dain Naida (Tecumseh, MI), 2. 51 Bryan Howland (Auburn, NY), 3. 12 Tim Kelly (Rockstream, NY), 4. 5m Brad Malloy (Niagara Falls), 5. 5 Keith Dempster (Alton), 6. 49 Todd Hoddick (Cheektowaga, NY), 7. 1a John Riegling (Chatham), 8. 96 Shane Butler (London), 9. 67 Chris Durand (Port Stanley). No Time.

GRISDALE RACING PRODUCTS HEAT RACE #3
1. 0 Glenn Styres (Ohsweken), 2. 71 Travis Cunningham (Grimsby), 3. 9 Bobby Breen (Savannah, NY), 4. 21 Don Adamczyk (Williamsville, NY), 5. 10 Mitchell Brown (Brantford), 6. 187 Gavin Hunyady (Fenton, MI), 7. 94 Stan Zanchin (Fort Erie), 8. 30g Stevin Goldner (Aylmer), 9. 2 Brad Lodge (Stouffville). No Time.

AWESOME RACEWEAR HEAT RACE #4
1. 2m Dustin Daggett (Portland, MI), 2. 7m Justin Martin (Shedden), 3. 90 James Evans (Beamsville), 4. 3g Darren Long (Elida, OH), 5. 81 Derek Jonathan (Lewiston, NY), 6. 11 Jamie Turner (Caistor Centre), 7. 31 John Burbridge, Jr. (St. Williams), 8. 10c Bob Crawford (Sutton) DNS. Time – 1:57.737.

ENGINE PRO HEAT RACE #5
1. 7x Mike Ling (Mount Brydges), 2. 77x Jamie Collard (Burford), 3. 21x Kevin Job (Campbellville), 4. 01 Mikey Kruchka (Hamilton), 5. 14h Jim Huppunen (Fenwick), 6. 80 Chris Steele (Vineland), 7. 23 Steve Garry (Dundas), 8. 45x Doug Banks (Inverary). No Time.

TRIPLE “X” HEAT RACE #6
1. 49t Gregg Dalman (Bellvue, MI), 2. 5d Dave Dykstra (Port Colborne), 3. 8 Blake Breen (Savannah, NY), 4. 00 Ryan Grubaugh (St. Johns, MI), 5. 35 Jared Zimbardi (Salamanca, NY), 6. 23r Ben Rutan (Jerome, MI), 7. 33k Kyle Patrick (Tilbury), 8. 79 Dick Mahoney (Newmarket) DNF. Time – 1:58.974.

QUALIFYING RACES 
(10 laps – Top 22 in combined heat/qualifier passing points 
transfer to A-Main, Top 8 redraw for feature starting spots)

HOOSIER QUALIFIER #1
1. 2m Dustin Daggett, 2. 7x Mike Ling, 3. 3g Darren Long, 4. 49t Gregg Dalman, 5. 7m Justin Martin, 6. 21 Don Adamczyk, 7. 81 Derek Jonathan, 8. 49 Todd Hoddick, 9. 94 Stan Zanchin, 10. 77x Jamie Collard, 11. 79 Dick Mahoney, 12. 80 Chris Steele DNF, 13. 10c Bob Crawford DNS. Time – 2:29.704.

CORR/PAK QUALIFIER #2
1. 9 Bobby Breen, 2. 5b Bubba Broderick, 3. 8 Blake Breen, 4. 14h Jim Huppunen, 5. 23r Ben Rutan, 6. 90 James Evans, 7. 23 Steve Garry, 8. 5b Bubba Broderick, 9. 9j Jim Munsie, 10. 30 Adam West, 11. 31 John Burbridge, Jr., 12. 66 Frank Baranowski DNF, 13. 51 Bryan Howland DNF. No Time.

OUTHOUSE IMAGE AND DESIGN QUALIFIER #3
1. 21x Kevin Job, 2. 12c Tom Huppunen, 3. 35 Jared Zimbardi, 4. 7 Kyle Moffit, 5. 84 Tyler Rand, 6. 33k Kyle Patrick, 7. 5 Keith Dempster, 8. 01 Mikey Kruchka, 9. 11 Jamie Turner, 10. 187 Gavin Hunyady, 11. 57 Doug Bowman, 12. 67 Chris Durand, 13. 45x Doug Banks. No Time.

ARROW EXPRESS QUALIFIER #4
1. 00 Ryan Grubaugh, 2. 0 Glenn Styres, 3. 71 Travis Cunningham, 4. 6n Dain Naida, 5. 12 Tim Kelly, 6. 10 Mitchell Brown, 7. 5m Brad Malloy, 8. 1a John Riegling, 9. 96 Shane Butler, 10. 3 Wayne Ashton, 11. 2 Brad Lodge, 12. 30g Stevin Goldner DNF. No Time.

“B” MAIN RACES
(10 laps – Top 2 in each transfer to A-Feature)

VILLAGE PIZZA “B” MAIN #1 (10 laps – Top 2 transfer to A-Feature)
1. 51 Bryan Howland, 2. 5m Brad Malloy, 3. 10 Mitchell Brown, 4. 30 Adam West, 5. 49 Todd Hoddick, 6. 33k Kyle Patrick, 7. 187 Gavin Hunyady, 8. 57 Doug Bowman, 9. 3 Wayne Ashton, 10. 96 Shane Butler, 11. 45x Doug Banks, 12. 30g Stevin Goldner, 13. 01 Mikey Kruchka DNS, 14. 66 Frank Baranowski DNS, 15. 10c Bob Crawford DNS, . No Time.

VILLAGE CAFÉ’ “B” MAIN #2 (10 laps – Top 2 transfer to A-Feature)
1. 5b Bubba Broderick, 2. 11 Jamie Turner, 3. 5 Keith Dempster, 4. 23 Steve Garry, 5. 9j Jim Munsie, 6. 81 Derek Jonathan, 7. 79 Dick Mahoney, 8. 94 Stan Zanchin, 9. 2 Brad Lodge, 10. 67 Chris Durand, 11. 1a John Riegling DNF, 12. 77x Jamie Collard DNF, 13. 31 John Burbridge, Jr. DNF, 14. 80 Chris Steele DNS. No Time.

JONES-BROWN NORTHERN SUMMER NATIONALS 

A-FEATURE (25 laps)

Position. # Name (Starting Position)
1. 2m Dustin Daggett (1)
2. 0 Glenn Styres (2)
3. 00 Ryan Grubaugh (6)
4. 5d Dave Dykstra (8)
5. 9 Bobby Breen (4)
6. 51 Bryan Howland (23)
7. 7x Mike Ling (3)
8. 35 Jared Zimbardi (13)
9. 6n Dain Naida (9)
10. 14h Jim Huppunen (16)
11. 71 Travis Cunningham (15)
12. 8 Blake Breen (12)
13. 49t Gregg Dalman (10)
14. 23r Ben Rutan (21)
15. 21x Kevin Job (7)
16. 12 Tim Kelly (19)
17. 21 Don Adamczyk (22)
18. 5b Bubba Broderick (24)
19. 7m Justin Martin (17)
20. 90 James Evans (20)
21. 5m Brad Malloy (25)
22. 84 Tyler Rand (18)
23. 11 Jamie Turner (26)
24. 12c Tom Huppunen DNF (5)
25. 7 Kyle Moffit DNF (14)
26. 3g Darren Long DNF (11)
No Time

ESSO THUNDER STOCKS
HEAT RACES (8 laps each)

HEAT RACE #1
1. 8 Ryan Dinning (Caledonia), 2. 55 Mike Thorne (Caledonia), 3. 1 Chris Dickie (Brantford), 4. 5h Devin Habiuk (Thorold), 5. 33 Colin Court (Jerseyville), 6. 83 Lee Winger (Caledonia), 7. 57 Murray Nichols (Hamilton), 8. 00 Robbie General (Ohsweken) DNF, 9. 51 Phil Nyssen (Cambridge) DNF.

HEAT RACE #2
1. 44 Jamie Cox (Cambridge), 2. 108 Billy Bleich (Port Robinson), 3. k51 Ed McNamara (Sherkston), 4. 37 Jeremy Bean (Stoney Creek), 5. 17 Rob Disher (Grimsby), 6. 19 Charlie Lynch (St. Catharines), 7. 04 Wyatt Van Wart (Cambridge), 8. 73 Mike Miller DNF, 9. 24k Kyle Magrin (Hamilton) DNF, 10. 52 Harry Crumb DNF.

ESSO THUNDER STOCKS
FEATURE (20 laps)
Position. # Name (Starting Position)
1. 5h Devin Habiuk (11)
2. 55 Mike Thorne (7)
3. 8 Ryan Dinning (1)
4. 83 Lee Winger (9)
5. 44 Jamie Cox (10)
6. 108 Billy Bleich (8)
7. 37 Jeremy Bean (6)
8. k51 Ed McNamara (2)
9. 17 Rob Disher (4)
10. 1 Chris Dickie (5)
11. 51 Phil Nyssen (17)
12. 00 Robbie General (15)
13. 04 Wyatt Van Wart (14)
14. 19 Charlie Lynch (12) DNF
15. 24k Kyle Magrin (18) DNF
16. 57 Murray Nichols (13) DNF
17. 33 Colin Court (3) DNF
18. 73 Mike Miller (16) DNS
19. 52 Harry Crumb (19) DNS

ESSO MINI STOCKS
HEAT RACES (8 laps each)

HEAT RACE #1
1. 6 Trevor Goulding (Welland), 2. 777x Steve Hess (Ohsweken), 3. 4 Jason Coutu (St. Catharines), 4. 79 Steve Miller (Paris), 5. 05 Dave Goodacre (Brantford), 6. 11 Mike Giberson (Caledonia), 7. 22 Brittani Myers (Hamilton), 8. 99 Robin Elliott (Woodstock).

HEAT RACE #2
1. 28 Abel Castelein (Cayuga), 2. 265 Mike Evers (Caledonia), 3. 31 Dave Bailey (Hagersville), 4. 48 Craig Erskine (Brantford), 5. 86 Rick Emberson (Paris), 6. 14 Paul Goodale (Ohsweken), 7. 113 Mark Thorne (Waterford), 8. 55 Rob Slater (Dundas).

HEAT RACE #3
1. 72 Kevin Hilborn (Brantford), 2. 02 Mike Taylor (Burlington), 3. 110 Drew Spencer (Oakville), 4. 77x Ethan Martin (Ohsweken), 5. 6x Mike Sarantakos (Smithville), 6. 10 Jake Brown (Brantford), 7. 84rk Ryan Beagle (Vittoria).

ESSO MINI STOCKS
FEATURE (15 laps)

Position. # Name (Starting Position)
1. 28 Abel Castelein (1)
2. 72 Kevin Hilborn (11)
3. 6 Trevor Goulding (12)
4. 265 Mike Evers (4)
5. 777x Steve Hess (9)
6. 48 Craig Erskine (10)
7. 4 Jason Coutu (14)
8. 02 Mike Taylor (7)
9. 31 Dave Bailey (15)
10. 6x Mike Sarantakos (5)
11. 79 Steve Miller (6)
12. 11 Mike Giberson (16)
13. 86 Rick Emberson (13)
14. 113 Mark Thorne (20)
15. 55 Rob Slater (23)
16. 99 Robin Elliott (22)
17. 110 Drew Spencer (2)
18. 84rk Ryan Beagle (21)
19. 10 Jake Brown (18)
20. 77x Ethan Martin (8)
21. 22 Brittani Myers (19)
22. 05 Dave Goodacre (3)
23. 14 Paul Goodale (17) DNF

BOMBERS

BOMBERS
FEATURE #1 (15 laps)
Position. # Name (Starting Position)
1. 00 Adam Reidel (10)
2. 10 Jeremy Hughes (2)
3. 13 Kacey Huffman (6)
4. 88j Jesse McDonald (5)
5. 83 Matt Jansen (13)
6. 420 Kyle Andress (1)
7. 03 Sarah Rutherford (4)
8. 818 Chris Hils (12)
9. 777 Rob Twitchett (3)
10. 14 Gord Hardy (7)
11. 9 Rodney Rutherford (8) DNF
12. 816 Mike Kirk (11) DQ
13. 26 Dave Patton (9) DQ

BOMBERS
FEATURE #2 (15 laps)
Position. # Name (Starting Position)
1. 81 Karl Sault (8)
2. 38 John Cote (5)
3. 181 Lee Hils (12)
4. 1988 Matt Smith (6)
5. 53 Chris Rivers (10)
6. 47 Reg Bonneau (11)
7. 113 Shawn Ireland (3)
8. 13c Corrie Cowell (2)
9. 199 Aaron Turkey (13)
10. 99cc Brian Cowell (1)
11. 474 Jarrett Hutton (9) DNF
12. 388 Craig Dowd (7) DNF
13. 97 Derek Chechalk (4) DNS

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