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I kept thinking, 'just don't make a mistake in traffic, and don't slip up and get turned around'. We always go after wins because those look really good on my wall, but championship trophies are pretty cool too." Mc Cune never lost focus, despite a restart on lap 22 after nephew Anthony slowed in turn four, which first allowed Gerster to close in on his back bumper bar. Meanwhile, Pierce came away with a 0 bonus for setting the Abe's Auto Parts Fast Time during two-lap qualifying to start the program, posting a lap of 12.293 seconds (106.304 mph) in the No. Friday's effort marked the second fast time of Pierce's Must See Racing career, as well as his first since Hickory in 2015. The stars and cars of the 305 Racesaver series group time-trialed their way into an event that would ultimately decide the 2017 Series Champion. Leary was the quickest in a 21 car field whose overall performance produced an event with all 30 laps completed under the green flag. I couldn't be any happier.” The only driver to pass Kreutter during the 40-lapper that was slowed several times by wrecks, was Flores, who had won both Indoor Auto Racing Series features the previous year in Allentown's PPL Center. I was lucky to be able to spin the car to the inside of the turn the way I did.” Kreutter recognized Flores' car's problems before its driver did. "I was trying to get a little breathing room on the restart, but I spun the tires and Gerster was right there," Mc Cune explained. Petrozelle, Gerster, Jimmy Mc Cune and Anthony Mc Cune completed the top-five in time trials. Masonville, New York’s Dana Wagner, in the Hardwood Hills Golf Course 25w, and hometown driver Thomas Radivoy, in the Country Service Center 1Q, would lead the field to the green flag of the 20 lap championship feature event. There were no restarts and every position drivers gained took an all out effort. The gap between the two leaders varied as they overtook traffic. Stockon would cross the finish line a second and a half behind. These developments allowed Bonsignore and Rudolph to fight side by side for second over the final five circuits while elevating Roselli and Reid into top five finishes. Schneider & Sons Scrapper Of The Race award, and a 0 bonus, saw the Lockport, N. In the Slingshot co-feature, Danny Buccafusca won his second career PPL Center Indoor Auto Racing Series event. Kyle Herve was on Buccafusca's bumper for the first 15 laps of the affair and actually passed Buccafusca for the lead but the pass was negated with a crash reverted the serial scoring back to the previously completed lap. I was really surprised I could hang with him on the restart, but once I got a crack at him I figured I'd bury it down into the corner and see what happened." "We got the lead, but I knew if I didn't get up off the corners real well he'd be right back there and drag-race me. Hackel had a very balanced and fast sprint car under him. It was the fourth series championship for Brady Short and third in the row for the duo.
In what can only be described as oppressive heat with temperatures in the high 40’s throughout the day tested all teams. Timmy Catalano, Justin Bonsignore and Bobby Butler won these frenetic affairs. “I felt somebody clip the right rear of my car but I was able to save it,” Bright said. J., escaped injury after a spectacular series of flips that occurred on a lap 12 restart when the field bunched in front of him. The two D-Mains were captured by Matt Janisch of Nazareth, Pa., and Travis Hill of Sewell, N. while the pair of C-Mains were snared by Tyler De Vault of Delanco, N. Excellent track conditions prevailed this night as was the case for the entire East Coast Micro Dirt Nationals with not a single hole nor rut in the surface nor a single molecule of dust. The scene shifts to the PPL Center in Allentown, Pa., on January 5-6, 2018 with the running of the Ironton Telephone TQ Midget event. The V7 was followed home by Rusty Hickman’s V40 J&J and Chris Solomon’s family owned FMG V83. With a lap car in play off turn two it was anybody’s game, but Trulli squeezed by on the inside and went on to take the checkered flag by 0.218 seconds over Becker. An STN rookie along with Balog, Canadian Skylar Gee completed the top ten.
Perry held for second, Thompson grabbed third late after Davidowitz’s car proved balky on the next-to-last restart, and Ryan Kendall moved to fourth at the checkered. The win was Ross’s third Indoor Auto Racing Series Champ Kart career victory. Six ten- lap TQ Midget heat races were won by Rudolph, Holmes, Buckwalter, Jankiowiak, Catalano and Paules. Bright, who had taken the lead just one lap earlier, got off to a good start but Lick was clipped from behind by another competitor, sending him into Bright. A pair of B-Mains transferred the top six finishers into the A-Main. That sets the field for the first annual East Coast Indoor Dirt Nationals. Solomon tames wild Heartland ‘Cyclone’ Paul Solomon picked up top points at the Mainline Dyno Log Dynamometers All Star Series last night at Heartland Raceway. With a few laps remaining traffic came into play for Trulli and it bottled him up just enough to allow Becker a chance to make it a battle for the win. 1x with Liberal, KS, native Tony Bruce, Jr., rounding out the top five aboard the Smith Racing/Tiger Towing No. After starting on the front row outside, Tim Crawley crossed the stripe sixth while Derek Hagar climbed a handful of positions to capture seventh.
Despite some seven caution flags and restarts, Ross was never passed. “Every one of the restarts concerned me because you never know if somebody will drive under you,” Ross said. But no problems with either one in this race,” Ross smiled. Tommy Catalano and Bobby Holmes led the field into the first turn for the start of the 40-lapper with Erick Rudolph, Earl Paules, Tim Buckwalter and Andy Jankowiak in tow. The crash that took Lick out of the lead happened on a restart coming down for the green flag. The ‘Alphabet Mains’ culminate in the running of two B-Mains, with the top six finishers in each joining the twelve Friday Night A-Qualifiers to form the 24-car starting field. Further details and a complete list of nominations can be found on the VSDA Facebook page. Becker, the six-time Silver Dollar Speedway champion, was driving for car owner Dan Monhoff and continued to get faster as the main event wore on. “North Pole Nightmare” Balog settled for fourth aboard Ronnie Pitts’ No.
Michael Tancredi was enjoying a welcome return to form early on after starting in 6th and running down Caruso in the early sector of the race. The 10-lap Champ Kart B Main was snared by Eric Zeh. The race track was in great condition for the 30 lap A and enabled good close racing. Fremont's Shane Golobic, inaugural SCCT champion Kyle Hirst of Paradise, Roseville's Willie Croft and Clarksburg's Justyn Cox rounded out the top-five in the feature. Forsberg began the night by clocking the fastest lap in qualifying with a lap of 12.264, beating out 21 other competitors. A total of 74 competitors took part in the 30th Annual COMP Cams Short Track Nationals presented by Hoosier Tires at I-30 Speedway with nearly 8,000 in prize money awarded over the course of the weekend.
The car was spannered by Tony Bartlett but got caught up with lapped traffic and spun causing him to go to the rear of the field in the dying stages. The first of the two-day Ironton Telephone Indoor Auto Racing Series races drew a 51-car TQ Midget race and a 27-car field of Champ Karts. V78 Campbell and V7 Solomon lined up on the front row of the A. 41 cars competed during the final night of action with Shane Golobic setting a new 360 track record in qualifying by clocking a 13.134, earning his 4th LRB, Inc/ ADCO Driveline & Custom Exhaust fast time award of the season. The inaugural Western Race Saver Sprint Car event at the Marysville Raceway provided a fast-paced main event that saw veteran driver Monty Ferreira pick up the victory. 30th Annual COMP Cams Short Track Nationals presented by Hoosier Tires Saturday Night Results: Locked in from Preliminary Night Feature Events: 3s-Sammy Swindell, 15h-Sam Hafertepe, Jr., 1x-Bill Balog, 88-Tim Crawley, 86-Tony Bruce, Jr., 87-Aaron Reutzel.