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.: July 7, 2018 Results :.

Hello race fans! This is your race recap for July 7th, 2018. There were five classes in attendance including the Winged Sprint Cars, 600cc Micros, B-Modifieds, and Super Streets. The fifth class was the POWRi WAR Sprint Cars. All these classes put on an excellent show for the fans to watch. That is not the only thing the fans were able to enjoy. During intermission, there was a wonderful firework display put on by Family Fireworks. Enough of the talking, let’s get into the racing action.

Up first for the night was the Super Street class. There were 19 Super Streets in attendance divided into three heat races. The first heat race had seven cars scheduled to start, but only four managed to get all the laps in. Taking the win was the 269 car of Josh Ramer with Mike Crader finishing in second place in the 7c car. Crossing the finish line in third place was the 18 of Buddy Lowry.

Heat race number two had six cars take the green flag with Jason Neel picking up the win in the number 94n car. Finishing in second place was the 26 car of Kasey Nations with Robert Hicks finishing in third place in the 32 car.

The third heat race also had six cars take the green flag. This time it was Brandon Nixon Picking up the win in the number 20 car with Joe Merritt finishing in second place in the 70 car. Crossing the finish line in third place was the 90 car driven by John Ketterer.

The main event was a 15 lap race with the number 26 car of Kasey Nations picking up another win on the season. Crossing the finish line in second place was the 94n car of Jason Neel while Joe Merritt finished in third place in the 70 car. Picking up the fourth place finish was John Ketterer in the 90 car with John Carrigan earning the fifth place finish in the 96 car. The BSB Manufacturing Go Fast Award Winner was the 5 car of Collin Parmer for passing eight cars.

Running second was the POWRi WAR Sprint Car Series. There were 24 WAR Sprint Cars in attendance divided into three heat races. The first heat race had eight cars take the green flag with Riley Kreisel finishing out front in the 90 car. Finishing in second place was the 24h car driven by Ty Hulsey with Quintin Benson finishing in third place in the 15b car.

Heat race number two also had eight cars take the green flag. This time it was Korey Weyent picking up the win in the 99 car with Slater Helt finishing in second place in the 22s car. Crossing the finish line in third place was the 24c car of Craig Carroll.

The third heat race also had eight cars take the green flag. Taking the win was the 1 car of Mitch Wissmiller with Terry Babb finishing in second place in the 88 car. Chris Parkinson finished in third place in the 65 car.

The main event was a 25 lap race full of action while Quinton Benson picked up the win in the 15b car with Wyatt Burks finishing in second place in the 11w car. Crossing the finish line in third place was the 90 car driven by Riley Kreisel. Picking up the fourth place finish and the hard charger for the night after starting 23rd was the 87 car of Kent Buckley. Slater Helt picked up the top five finish in fifth place in the 22s car.

Running third for the night was the 600cc Micros. There were only nine micros in attendance divided into two heat races. The first heat race was scheduled to start five but only four took the green flag. Of those four, Ryan Meuller picked up the win in the 33m car with Slater Helt finishing in second place in the 22s car. Third place went to the 12 car of Dave Couch.

Heat race number two had four cars take the green flag with Mattison Lienemann picking up the heat race win in the 20m car. Second place went to Josh Fisher in the 95j car with Brian Wampler II finishing in third place in the 10k car.

The main even was a 15 lap race with a good battle between the top three. Picking up the win was Ryan Meuller in the 33m car with Slater Helt finishing in second place in the 22s car. Crossing the finish line in third place was the 95j of Josh Fisher with Mattison Lienemann finishing in fourth place in the 20m car. The fifth place finisher was the hard charger for the night for passing two cars. That finish goes to Austin Nixon in the 21 car.

Up next was the Sprint Cars. There were 19 Sprint Cars in attendance divided into three heat races. The first heat race had seven cars take the green flag with Dustin Barks picking up the win in the 22 car with Steve Short finishing in second place in the 8s car. Crossing the finish line in third place was the 56 car driven by Jeff Asher.

Heat race number two was scheduled to start six car with only five of them taking the green flag. Picking up the win was the 87 car of Kent Buckley with Tommy Worley Jr finishing in second place in the 7c car. Finishing in third place was the 7d car of Dylan DeJournett.

The third heat race had six cars take the green flag with Jimmy Bridgeman coming out on top in the 14t car. Finishing in second place was the 35 car of Joey Montgomery with Terry Babb crossing the finish line in third place in the 47 car.

The dash was a six car six lap sprint with Kent Buckley claiming the win and he pole for the main event in the 87 car. Second place went to Steve Short in the 8s car with Joey Montgomery finishing in third place in the 35 car.

The main event was a 25 lap race with Tommy Worley Jr picking up another win in the 7c car while Steve Short finished in second place in the 8s car. Third place went to Jimmy Bridgeman in the 14t car. Picking up the fourth place finish and the hard charger award was Timmy Montgomery in the 32 car after passing eight cars. Crossing the finish line in fifth place was the 22 car of Dustin Barks.

Running last for the night was the B-Modified class. There were 30 B-Modifieds in attendance divided into four heat races. Heat race number one had eight cars take the green flag with Kyle Stolzer finishing our front in the 147 car while Kyle Jarrett finished in second place in the 10x car. Third place went to the 12e of Duane Eckhoff.

Heat race number two also had eight cars take the green flag. This time it was John Frohwitter taking the win in the 58 car with Allen Meyer Sr finishing in second place in the 02m car. Crossing the finish line in third place was the 36 car of Cole Sensel.

The third heat race had seven cars take the green flag with Mike Goodwin picking up the win in the 23 car while Tyler Stadler finished in second place in the 75 car. Finishing in third place was the 74 car of Jeff Whitter.

The fourth and final heat race also had seven cars take the green flag with Johnny Crump picking up the win in the 27j car. Second place went to Eddie Smith in the 20s car with Kyle Wilde finishing in third place in the 39 car.

Since there were 30 cars in attendance, a B-Main had to be run. There were 14 cars in the B-main and only four of them would be allowed to transfer to the main event. Those four included the B-Main winner Allen Meyer Jr in the 2m car. Finishing in second place was the 9c car of Adam Canterberry while Scott Winters finished in third place in the 67 car. Picking up the fourth and final transfer spot was the 67h car of Jim Hartzell.

The main event was a 15 lap race with Kyle Stolzer finishing out front in the 147 car while Kyle Jarrett finished in second place in the 10x car. Third place went to the 75 car of Tyler Stadler with Kyle Wilde finishing in fourth place in the 39 car. Crossing the finish line in fifth place was the 36 car driven by Cole Sensel. The BSB Manufacturing Go Fast Award Winner was Adam Canterberry for passing 10 cars to finish eighth place.