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.: June 3, 2017 Results :.

Hello to all the racing fans out there. This is your St Francois County Raceway Race Recap for June 3rd, 2017 sponsored by InnO-Vape. St. Francois County Raceway always tries to do something interactive each night and this week was no exception. However, this time the interactive event was extra special as St. Francois County Raceway Inducted two drivers into the Wall of Fame. The first driver bring the late number 44 Mike Thurman and the second driver being the number 32 of Tim Montgomery. During intermission, Roger Pulley gave a speech on both of the inductees and all of their accomplishments. This event was a very rare and special event because it takes a lot to make it into the Wall of Fame and after all the years of St. Francois County Raceway being in business, the list of Wall of Fame members is still a short one. Anyways, now on to the night of action packed racing.

Up first for a great night of racing was the Super Street class. There were 16 cars in attendance divided into two heat races. Heat race number one had eight cars take the green flag. Finishing out front was the 76 of Travis Goodman with Robert Hicks finishing in second place in the 32 car. Third place went to the 21w of Brad Callahan after starting in the sixth place position.

Heat race number two also had eight cars take the green flag. Taking the early lead and never looking back was the 9c of Adam Canterberry. Chuck Adams finished in second place in the 99 car while Joe Merritt finished in third place in the 71 car.

The 15 lap main event had all 16 cars take the green flag and the driver that crossed the finish line in first place was the 99 of Chuck Adams. Kevin Mosier crossed the line in second place in the 40 car after starting in the seventh spot. Third place went to the 76 of Travis Goodman while Jason Neel finished in fourth place in the 94n car. Fifth place went to the 70 car of Mark Crady as he made his debut in the Super Street class for the season. The BSB Manufacturing Go Fast Award winner was John Dickerson for starting in the 14th position and moving up six spots to finish eighth in the number 42 car.

Up next for this night of racing was the A-Modified class. There were 18 cars in attendance divided into three heat races. Heat number one had six cars take the green flag with the Birthday Boy, Kodi Savage, taking the win the 25s car. Tim Radford finished second in the 10r car while Tommy Worley finished in third place in the im56 car.

Heat race number two also had six cars take the green flag and crossing the finish line in first place was the 56 car of Jeff Asher. Second place went to Brian Wolfmeier in the 37 car while Scott Jarrett finished third in the 4m car.

Heat number three, like the other two, also had six cars take the green flag. Tim Nash finished in first place in the number 7 car with Billy Smith finishing in second place in the 14 car. Crossing the finish line in third place was Mike Savage in the 13 car.

The main event for the A-Modifieds had 16 of the 18 registered cars take the green flag. After taking the lead late in the race, the 37 of Brian Wolfmeier finished first in the number 37 car. Finishing in second place was Jeff Asher in the 56 car after starting in sixth place. The number 7 of Tim Nash and Billy Smith in the number 14 drag raced to the line for third and fourth place with Tim Nash crossing the line before Billy Smith by just a bumper. Not far behind them was Tim Radford in the 10r car as he crossed the line in fifth place. The BSB Manufacturing Go Fast Award winner for the A-Modified class was Terry Johnson in the 32j after starting 16th and moving up six spots to finish in tenth place.

Running third for the night of racing was the Sprint Car class. There were 26 Sprint Cars in attendance divided into four heat races. Heat race number one had seven cars take the green flag. Taking the win in heat race number one was Joey Montgomery in the 35 car while Dustin Adams finished in second place in the 3 car. Third place went to the 7c car driven by Tommy Worley Jr.

Heat race number two also had seven cars take the green flag. Coming out on top of heat number two was Steve Short in the 18s car with Ryan Kempin finishing in second place in the 2k car. Third place went to the 87 of Kent Buckley.

Heat race number three had six cars take the green flag with Joey Boyd finishing in first place in the 678 car. Second place went to Luke Hanning in the 58h car while Adam Parmley finished in third place in the 21p car.

Heat race number four also had six cars take the green flag. Taking the win after making the pass for the lead coming to the checkered was the 40 car of Howard Moore. Finishing right behind Moore in second place was the 99g of Scottie Gretzmacher with Jeff Wurst finishing in third in the 88 car.

The Sprint Car Dash had eight cars take the green flag with the 18s of Steve Short finishing on top with the 35 of Joey Montgomery finishing in second place. Third place went to Howard Moore in the 40 car.

Since there were 26 cars in attendance and only 20 can start the main event, there was a B-Main for the Sprint Cars. This 12 lap Last Chance Qualifier was won by the 17* of Robbie Standridge. Second place went to the 72 of Kevin Petty with the 10 of Dusty Homan making the move from the sixth starting spot to the third place finish. Finishing in the fourth and final transfer spot was the 26 of Dale Campbell.

The main event for the Sprint Cars was a 25 lap race filled with action and the finish was no exception. Howard Moore must enjoy waiting until the last possible turn to make the pass for the lead. He did so in his heat race and he did so in the main event as well when he stuck his number 40 car on the bottom of turns three and four and come out of the corner in a drag race to the finish against the 35 of Joey Montgomery. The photo finish was won by Howard Moore in the 40 car by a front bumper over the 35 of Joey Montgomery. Third place went to Ryan Kempin in the 2k car with Dustin Adams finishing in fourth place in the number 3 car. Fifth place went to the 87 of Kent Buckley after starting in the tenth place spot. The Hard Charger Award for the night went to Robbie Standridge after starting in the 17th starting position and passing seven cars to finish in tenth place.

The last class on the night was the B-Modified class with 21 cars in attendance divided into three heat races. Heat number one had seven cars scheduled to take the green flag but only six cars managed to do so. Finishing on top was the 44 of Darryll Dickerson with Kyle Jarrett right behind him in second place in the 10 car. Third place went to the 3d car of Lou Driemeier.

Heat race number two also had a seven car start scheduled but only six took the green. Finishing in first from the fifth starting spot was the 10s of Shane Blair. Finishing in second place was the 27w of Jeremy Welborn while Eric Sarakas finished in third place in the 2 car.

Heat race number three is no exception. There were only six of the seven cars that started heat race number three. Taking the win in heat race number three was the 147 of Kyle Stolzer while the 27j of Johnny Crump finished in second place. Patrick DeNoyer finished in third place in the 25 car.

The last main event of the night had the 10s of Shane Blair finishing out front. Finishing in second place was the B-Modified BSB Manufacturing Go Fast Award Winner for the night. After passing 16 cars Mike Savage in the 05 car took second. Third place went to the 44 of Darryll Dickerson while Kyle Jarrett finished in fourth place in the 10 car. Fifth place went to the 4g of Eddie Gross.