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.: September 7, 2017 Results :.

Hello Race Fans! This is your Race Recap for the Second Annual Bull-Ring Round Up at St. Francois County Raceway. This recap is brought to you by Auto Plaza Group. The Bull-Ring Round Up was an action packed night of racing with a total of 50 cars in attendance divided into three classes: UMP Late Models, UMP Modifieds, and Open Competition. There wasn’t a single moment that went without a battle for position. Now it is time to get to the racing results.

Up first for the Second Annual Bull-Ring Round Up was the Open Competition Super Street class. There were 14 Super Streets in attendance divided into two heat races. The first heat race had seven cars take the green flag. Finishing out front was the 62 car of Troy Medley with Ricky McCullough finishing in second place in the 44r car. Third place went to the 70 car with Mark Crady behind the wheel.

Heat race number two had seven cars scheduled to start but only six took the green flag. Finishing on top of heat race number two was the c4 car with Chris Soutiea behind the wheel. Second place went to Chuck Adams in the 99 car with Travis Goodman finishing in third place in the 76 car.

The main event was a 15 lap dash to the finish with Chris Soutiea taking the win in the c4 car and Chuck Adams finishing in second place in the 99 car. Third place went to Travis Goodman in the 76 car with Mark Crady finishing in fourth in the 70 car. Bringing it across the finish line in fifth place was the 269 with Josh Ramer behind the wheel. The BSB Manufacturing Go Fast Award Winner for the Super Street class was the 18 car of Buddy Lowry after starting eleventh, passing four cars and finishing seventh.

Up next for the night was the Late Model class. There were 13 Late Models in attendance divided into two heat races. Heat race number one had seven cars take the green flag. Crossing the finish line in first was the 94 car with Austin Rettig behind the wheel. Second place went to the cj1 car of Rusty Schlenk with the 66 of Robby Moore finishing in third place.

The second heat race had six cars take the green flag. Finishing out front was the 0 car driven by Dewayne Kiefer. Finishing in second place was Jeremy Sneed behind the wheel of the 24 car with Jeff Herzog finishing in third place in the 11 car.

The Late Model dash was exactly what you call it, a dash. It was filled with non-stop racing action with Austin Rettig finishing out front in the 94 car by less than a car length over the cj1 of Rusty Schlenk. Finishing in third place was the 0 car of Dewayne Kiefer.

The main event was a 30 lap race to the checkered with Rusty Schlenk finishing out front in the cj1 car. Second place went to the 7 car of Kenny Rumble with Rusty Griffaw finishing in third place in the number 6 car. Fourth place went to Austin Rettig in the 94 car with Jeff Herzog finishing in fifth in the number 11 car. The BSB Manufacturing Go Fast Award Winner for the Late Models went to the 16h car of Mike Hammerle for starting 13th, passing six cars and finishing seventh.

Running last for the night was the A-Modified class. There were 23 A-Modifieds divided into three different heat races. The first heat race had eight cars take the green flag with Tim Nash finishing out front in the number 7 car. Second place went to the 15 car with Danny Resinger behind the wheel and Dave Armstrong finished in third place in the 34 car.

Heat race number two also had eight cars take the green flag. Crossing the finish line in first place was the 10x car with Jim Black behind the wheel. Second place went to the d1 car driven by Mike Savage with Rusty Griffaw finishing in third place in the 8g car.

The third heat race had seven cars take the green flag with Kyle Stolzer finishing in first place in the 147 car. Second place went to Mike Williams in the 5b car with Brian Worley finishing in third place in the 32c car.

The Dash was also an action packed race to the finish with Tim Nash finishing out front in the number 7 car. Second place went to d1 driven by Mike Savage with Jim Black finishing in third place in the number 10x car.

The main event was an interesting 20 lap race to the finish with Tim Nash pulling off the triple-crown in the number 7 car. Second place went to Eddie Gross in the 4g car after starting 14th. That would be enough passes, 12 to be exact, to give Eddie Gross the BSB Manufacturing Go Fast Award. Third place went to Jim Black in the 10x car with Brian Worley finishing in fourth place in the 32c car. Bringing it across the finish line in fifth place was the 8g with Rusty Griffaw behind the wheel.