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.: June 24, 2017 Results :.

Hello race fans! This is your St. Francois County Raceway Race Recap for June 24th, 2017. This Race Recap is brought to you by Moyer’s Muffler. On this night of racing, St. Francois County Raceway brought you some interesting events. First of all, the Heartland Vintage Cars were in attendance bringing a total of 26 Vintage Cars with them. Also, the St. Francois County Raceway Crew wished a very special person a Happy Birthday during intermission on the front straight away and even put on a dance for the fans. Tina Montgomery, also known as Tina the Ticket Taker, celebrated a birthday and the promoters wanted to make it a special one for her so they brought her on the track and had everyone sing her Happy Birthday. Then they played the Chicken Dance song and some drivers and workers, including Tina, danced along to give the fans a little laugh. That was not the only fun to be had. The racing action was also a fun event. Let’s get to the racing action.

Up first for the night was the Super Street class. There were 18 Super Streets in attendance divided into three heat races. Heat race number one had six cars scheduled to take the green flag but only five started the race. Finishing out front of those five was the 71 car of Joe Merritt after a close battle. Second place went to the 67 of Tony Wyatt with the 32 car of Robert Hicks finishing in third place.

Heat race number two had six cars take the green flag with Kevin Mosier finishing out front in the 40 car. Second place went to the 9c car of Adam Canterberry after starting in the fifth place position. Third place went to the 94n of Jason Neel.
Heat race number three also had six cars take the green flag. Taking the win in heat race number three, on his debut night for the season, was last season’s champion David Baker in the 00 car. Second place went to the 21w of Brad Callahan with Andy Johnston finishing in third in the 91b car.

The main event for the Super Streets was action packed and finishing in first place was the 00 of David Baker. Second place went to the 94n car of Jason Neel. Finishing second was enough to give Neel the BSB Manufacturing Go Fast Award for the night after starting eighth and passing six cars. Third place went to Kevin Mosier after a car switch from the 40 car to the 23 car. Fourth place went to the 67 of Tony Wyatt with Mark Crady finishing in fifth in the 70 car.

Running second for the night was the A-Modified class. There were 13 A-Modifieds in attendance divided into two heat races. Heat race number one had seven cars take the green flag with the 37 of Brian Wolfmeier taking the win. Second place went to the 14 car of Billy Smith with Mike Savage finishing in third place in the d1 car.

Heat race number two had six cars scheduled to take the green flag with only five doing so. Of those five, Jeff Asher crossed the line in first in the 56 car with Matt Dotson finishing in second in the 45 car. Third place went to the 147 of Kyle Stolzer.

The main event for the A-Modifieds was won by the 37 car of Brian Wolfmeier with Billy Smith finishing behind him in the 14 car. Third place went to the d1 car of Mike Savage. Finishing in fourth was the A-Modified BSB Manufacturing Go Fast Award Winner for the night, Tim Nash in the 7 car for passing 5 cars. Finishing in fifth place was the 25s car which usually has Kodi Savage behind the wheel but this race it had Greg Swaringim wheeling it around the tack.

Running third for the night was the Sprint Car class. There were 18 cars in attendance divided into three heat races. The first heat race had six cars take the green flag. Finishing out front was the 32 car driven by St. Francois County Raceway Wall of Fame Member Tim Montgomery. Second place went to the 18s car of Steve Short with Dustin Adams finishing in third in the 3 car.

Heat race number two also had six cars take the green flag. Crossing the finish line in first was the 40 car of Howard Moore after starting in the fifth place position. Second place went to the 88 with Jeff Wurst behind the wheel. Finishing in third place was the 87 of Kent Buckley.

The Third heat race also had six cars take the green flag. Bringing his car across the line in first place was the 7c car of Tommy Worley Jr. Second place went to Jason Keith in the 28 car with Joey Montgomery finishing in third place in the 35 car.

The Sprint Car Dash included six cars racing six laps to see who starts where within the first three rows. Taking the win and grabbing the front row pole for the main event was the 88 car of Jeff Wurst. Second place went to the 32 car of Tim Montgomery with Tommy Worley Jr. finishing in third place in the 7c car.

The main event for the Sprint Cars was an action packed race all the way around with Howard Moore finishing out front in the number 40 car. Second place went to the defending track champion Tommy Worley Jr. in the 7c car. Third place went to Jeff Wurst in the 88 car by just a front bumper over fourth place finisher Scottie Gretzmacher in the 16g car. Fifth place went to the Hard Charger Award winner for the night of Joey Boyd in the 67 car after starting 13th and passing eight cars.
The last class for the night was the Topless B-Modified class. There were 21 B-Modifieds in attendance ready to run topless. Those 21 cars were divided into three heat races. Heat race number one had seven cars take the green flag. Finishing out front was the 147 car of Kyle Stolzer with Darryll Dickerson finishing in second in the 44 car from the seventh starting position. Third place went to the 85g car with Joe Giesler behind the wheel.

Heat race number two also had seven cars take the green flag. Crossing the finish line in first was the 74 car of Jeff Whitter. Second place went to the 3d car of Lou Driemeier with the 67m of Dan McNail finishing in third place.
Heat race number three was scheduled to have seven cars start but only five took the green flag. Finishing in first was the 7 car of Greg Swaringim. Second place went to the 10s car of Shane Blair after starting in the seventh position. Third place went to the 4g car of Eddie Gross.

The main event was an extra five lap making it a total of 20 lap main event. Taking the win in the Topless 20 B-Modified race was the Greg Swaringim in the number 7 car. Second place went to Shane Blair in the 10s car with Lou Driemeier finishing in third place in the 3d car. Fourth place went to Eddie Gross in the 4g car with Darryll Dickerson finishing in fifth place in the 44 car. The BSB Manufacturing Go Fast Award Winner for the Topless B-Modified race was the 21 car of Chasten Boen after starting 15th, passing eight cars and finishing in seventh.