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Hibbard Gets Second Kendall Oil Winged Sprint Car Feature Win At Southern Oregon Speedway
White City, Oregon...June 16...David Hibbard collected the victory in the 25 lap Kendall Oil Winged Sprint Car Main Event Saturday night at Southern Oregon Speedway. Hibbard was running along in second when misfortune struck leader Kyler Barraza, handing the lead to Hibbard. This was the second win of the season for Hibbard aboard his Dave's Carpet & Vinyl Liquidators Sprinter, and it enabled him to increase his lead in the standings by a few more points.
The field increased to 20 cars with the addition of several visitors, and this was the biggest car count the track had seen for a regular Sprint Car point race in many years. Championship contender Jeffrey Hudson won the first of three eight lap heat races ahead of Bailey Hibbard. Barraza outran David Hibbard to win the second heat, and rookie AJ Harbaugh held off Theron Smith to win the third heat. The Top 2 finishers in each heat ran the six lap Scramble race to determine the front three rows for the Main Event, and Barraza picked up the win in that race ahead of David Hibbard.
David Hibbard charged into the lead at the start of the Main Event, followed by Barraza and Bailey Hibbard. A red flag flew on lap two when Tyrell Mead and another competitor made contact on the backstretch, sending Mead cartwheeling several times. He was not injured, but his race was over. David Hibbard continued to lead Barraza and Bailey Hibbard on the restart and through a pair of yellow flags. However, Barraza made a move into the lead on lap 7. Just a few laps later, Barraza was working slower traffic before Bailey Hibbard spun in Turn 2 for a yellow flag on lap 10. Barraza continued to lead David Hibbard and Hudson on the restart. Just a few laps later, Barraza was again working slower traffic when misfortune struck. Attempting to pass Steve Thompson on the outside as Thompson turned to the Turn 1 exit to pit resulted in Barraza flipping in Turn 1 to end his race. Suddenly, David Hibbard found himself leading Hudson and Enrique Jaime on the restart. One last yellow flag flew on lap 22 for Tanner Holmes. This didn't stop David Hibbard as he led the final two laps to score the victory. Hudson was a season-best second, followed by Jaime, Kinzer Cox, Hedge Carter, Justin Walker, Charlie Thompson, Aaron Miller and Todd Whipple.
The Kendall Oil Winged Sprint Cars return on June 30th as part of the Veteran's Night event, which will also include Late Models, Bobbio's Pizza Mini Stocks, JOAT Labs Hornets, OTRO Hardtops, Southern Oregon Dwarf Cars and a Silva's Painting Destruction Derby. For further information, go to www.southernoregonspeedway.com.
Kendall Oil Winged Sprint Cars
Heat 1-Jeffrey Hudson, Bailey Hibbard, Enrique Jaime, Aaron Miller, Kinzer Cox, Blaine Cory, Justin Walker.
Heat 2-Kyler Barraza, David Hibbard, Stephen Snawder, Steve Thompson, Charlie Thompson, Tyrrell Mead, Tanner Holmes.
Heat 3-AJ Harbaugh, Theron Smith, Todd Whipple, Hedge Carter, Calvin Hibbar, #71r.
Scramble-Kyler Barraza, David Hibbard, AJ Harbaugh, Bailey Hibbard, Jeffrey Hudson, Theron Smith.
Main Event-David Hibbard, Jeffrey Hudson, Enrique Jaime, Kinzer Cox, Hedge Carter, Justin Walker, Charlie Thompson, Aaron Miller, Todd Whipple, #71r, Bailey Hibbard, AJ Harbaugh, Tanner Holmes, Steven Snawder, Blaine Cory, Steve Thompson, Kyler Barraza, Theron Smith, Tyrell Mead, Calvin Hibbard NS.
Fettinger Rebounds From Crash To Win IMCA Modified Feature At Southern Oregon Speedway
White City, Oregon...June 16...Making a nice comeback from an early race crash, Zack Fettinger scored the 25 lap IMCA Modified Main Event victory Saturday night at Southern Oregon Speedway. Fettinger held off CJ Putnam down the stretch for what would be his first win of the season.
The race had to be restarted after Roger Haudenshild Tribute winner Nick Trenchard hit the front wall and slowed with a flat tire. Andy Freeman led the restart, followed by Fettinger and CJ Putnam. Mark Wauge was making a charge from further back in the pack and settled into fourth on lap two. An inside pass in Turn 2 of the fourth lap gain Wauge third as he ran closely behind Fettinger. The leaders came up to lap Chris Silva on lap eight as they went down the front straightaway. Freeman made it past him, but Silva veered into the path of Wauge and Fettinger, resulting in a crash for a yellow flag. Wauge suffered enough damage to end his race, and Fettinger made a pit stop but was able to rejoin the back of the pack for the restart. Freeman led the pack to the green flag, but an inside pass in Turn 4 of that lap gained Jansen Knips the lead. This began a side-by-side battle between Knips and Freeman for the next few laps before Knips made the outside pass in Turn 4 of the eighth lap to claim the lead. Fettinger made an inside pass on Freeman for second in Turn 3 a lap later. As they went down the backstretch on lap 10, Fettinger made an inside pass to take the lead from Knips with Putnam following closely into second. A yellow flag for debris in Turn 4 forced the final slow down moments later. Fettinger continued to lead Putnam and Knips on the restart as Albert Gill settled into fourth. Gill moved past Knips for third on lap 13. Despite pressure from Putnam, Fettinger kept his cool and brought it home to a well-earned victory. Putnam settled for second, followed by Gill, Andy Freeman, Knips, David Satterfield, Brett Provost, Bo Shields, Jeremy Ohlde and Silva.
The 14 car field ran two eight lap heat races with wins going to Trenchard and Fettinger. Gill picked up four lap Trophy Dash honors. The IMCA Modifieds are back on Saturday night for the second leg of the IMCA Modified Wild West Speedweek Tour. For further information, go to www.southernoregonspeedway.com.
IMCA ModifiedsHeat 1-Nick Trenchard, Mark Wauge, Jeremy Ohlde, David Satterfield, Brett Provost, Bo Shields, Shane Everson.
Heat 2-Zach Fettinger, CJ Putnam, Andy Freeman, Albert Gill, Jantzen Knips, Tim Bailey, Chris Silva.
Trophy Dash-Albert Gill, Nick Trenchard, Zach Fettinger.
Main Event-Zach Fettinger, CJ Putnam, Albert Gill, Andy Freeman, Jantzen Knips, David Satterfield, Brett Provost, Bo Shields, Jeremy Ohlde, Chris Silva, Mark Wauge, Nick Trenchard, Tim Bailey NS, Shane Everson NS.
Possinger Goes Flag To Flag For IMCA Sport Modified Win
At Southern Oregon Speedway
White City, Oregon...June 16...Braxton Possinger scored the victory in the 20 lap IMCA Sport Modified Main Event Saturday night at Southern Oregon Speedway. He took advantage of his pole position start to lead every lap as he drove a flawless race. Possinger came within a straightaway of picking up the win the previous week at Siskiyou Motor Speedway, where he settled for second.
Possinger charged into the lead at the start ahead of Jesse Merriman and Tony Duste. Contact in the battle for second saw Duste make the pass in Turn 4 on lap four, and Justin McCreadie gained third a lap later. A lap six caution flag flew for David Marble and Brandon Wilson in Turn 3. Possinger continued to lead Duste and McCreadie on the restart, and a caution flag flew for Brian Knorr on lap eight. A series of caution flags during the next few laps didn't deter Possinger as he continued to lead, and McCreadie gained second on the lap 11 restart. The leaders hit heavy traffic in the waning laps, and a slower car got into the path of McCreadie, allowing Marble to make a last lap pass for second as Possinger brought it home to victory. McCoy crossed the line in third, followed by Jesse Merriman, Willie McFall, Tony Bartell, Billy Richey, Duste, McCreadie and Knorr.
McCoy and McCreadie picked up wins in the eight lap heat races as there were 13 competitors on hand. However, Josh Kralicek once again scratched before heat races and Steve's Lysinger scratched after the heat races. McFall picked up the four lap Trophy Dash win. The IMCA Sport Modifieds will be a support division for this Saturday night's IMCA Modified Wild West Speedweek Tour visit. For further information, go to www.southernoregonspeedway.com.
IMCA Sport ModifiedsHeat 1-Rich McCoy, Willie McFall, Tony Duste, David Marble, Braxton Possinger, Brian Knorr, Billy Richey.
Heat 2-Justin McCreadie, Brandon Wilson, Jesse Merriman, Tony Bartell, Steve Lysinger.
Trophy Dash-Willie McFall, Justin McCreadie, Brandon Wilson, David Marble.
Main Event-Braxton Possinger, David Marble, Rich McCoy, Jesse Merriman, Willie McFall, Tony Bartell, Billy Richey, Tony Duste, Justin McCreadie, Brian Knorr, Brandon Wilson, Steve Lysinger NS, Josh Kralicek NS.
Steele Wins Third Bobbio's Pizza Mini Stock Feature
At Southern Oregon Speedway
White City, Oregon...June 16...David Steele continued his bid for the Bobbio's Pizza Mini Stock championship by winning his third 15 lap Main Event. Steele had the lead from the start and stayed smooth to hold off Hunter Magnan in a good race.
After Magnan impressed with his first four Trophy Dash win ahead of Garrett Frederickson, Steele grabbed the pole position for the feature with his eight lap heat race triumph. Steele charged into the lead at the start of the Main Event, followed closely by Magnan. Reigning champion Kristopher Mix took a green flag and pitted with mechanical issues. A lap two caution flag waved for rookie Ashtin Hedges and Fredrickson. Steele continued to lead Magnan and Steve Goetz on the restart as the rest of the 15 lap race would go nonstop. Hedges was battling Michael McLeod for the fourth position before making the pass on lap 13. There was no stopping Steele as he held off Magnan for the hard-fought win. Goetz settled for third, followed by Hedges, McLeod, Fredrikson and Mix
Bobbio's Pizza Mini Stocks return as part of a loaded Veteran's Night program on June 30th. Also on the card will be the Kendall Oil Winged Sprint Cars, Late Models, JOAT Labs Hornets, OTRO Hardtops, Southern Oregon Dwarf Cars and a Silva's Painting Destruction Derby. For further information, go to www.southernoregonspeedway.com.
Bobbio's Pizza Mini StocksHeat 1-David Steele, Kristopher Mix, Hunter Magnan, Steve Goetz, Ashtin Hedges, Michael McLeod, Garrett Frederickson.
Trophy Dash-Hunter Magnan, David Steele, Garrett Frederickson,
Main Event-David Steele, Hunter Magnan, Steve Goetz, Ashtin Hedges, Michael McLeod, Garrett Frederickson, Kristopher Mix.
Arnold Sweeps To Become Third Valley Stor-All Late Model Lites Feature Winner At Southern Oregon Speedway
White City, Oregon...June 16...Keeping his championship bid going strong, Greg Arnold wrapped up a clean sweep effort with his win in the 15 lap Valley Stor-All Late Model Lites Main Event. Arnold is the 2002 Super Truck champion at the speedway, and he changed his number to 39 in honor of his friend, Tim Law, who passed away during the off-season.
Arnold gave a glimpse of things to come when he made a last turn pass on championship rival Charlie Eaton to win the four lap Trophy Dash. He followed that up with his win in the eight lap heat race. This put Arnold on the pole for the Main Event, and he jumped out to the early lead over reigning champion Bob Burkett. Burkett was back for his first start of the season. Eaton made it a close three-car battle up front, but by the mid race mark, Arnold was pulling ahead just a little bit, leaving Burkett and Eaton to battle for second. Terry Hadley was battling wife Krista Hadley for the fourth position, and he made an inside pass down the backstretch on the final lap to gain the position. Arnold brought it home a happy winner, followed by Burkett, Eaton, Terry Hadley, Krista Hadley and Dusty Aos.
The Valley Stor-All Late Model Lites return on June 7th as part of a big lineup that will also include the Kendall Oil Winged Sprint Cars, IMCA Modifieds, IMCA Sport Modifieds and Southern Oregon Dwarf Cars. For further information, go to www.southernoregonspeedway.com.
Valley Stor-All Late Model LitesHeat-Greg Arnold, Charlie Eaton, Bob Burkett, Krista Hadley, Dusty Aos, Terry Hadley.
Trophy Dash-Greg Arnold, Charlie Eaton, Dusty Aos.
Main Event-Greg Arnold, Bob Burkett, Charlie Eaton, Terry Hanley, Krista Hadley, Dusty Aos.
Bill Trotter Wins First Southern Oregon Speedway
OTRO Hardtop Feature
White City, Oregon...June 16...Bill Trotter scored the victory in the 15 lap OTRO Hardtops Main Event Saturday night at Southern Oregon Speedway. This was his first win at the speedway, though his car was driven to victory back in 2016 by Mark Minter.
Bill Trotter also won the eight lap heat race, while Jay Smith picked up his second four lap Trophy Dash win. Bill Trotter raced into the early lead ahead of his son and previous feature winner, Dusty Trotter. Dean Cast ran third on the opening lap before falling back two positions behind Minter and Justin Krossman. Smith began to make his charge, passing both Minter and Krossman for the third position on lap seven. An inside pass in Turn 4 of the ninth lap gained Smith the second position. The truck that Smith drives is also owned by Bill Trotter, and he closed in on Trotter to challenge him for the lead on lap 12. Krossman pitted at that point, and Bill Trotter would keep his cool for the victory. Smith was a close second, followed by Dusty Trotter, Minter, Cast and Chris Mehrer.
The OTRO Hardtops return to Southern Oregon Speedway as part of the big Veteran's Night program on June 30th. The loaded card also includes the Kendall Oil Winged Sprint Cars, Late Models, Bobbio's Pizza Mini Stocks, JOAT Labs Hornets, Southern Oregon Dwarf Cars and a Silva's Painting Destruction Derby. For further information, go to www.southernoregonspeedway.com.
OTRO HardtopsHeat-Bill Trotter, Mark Minter, Dusty Trotter, Jay Smith, Justin Krossman, Dean Cast, Chris Mehrer.
Trophy Dash-Jay Smith, Dusty Trotter, Mark Minter, Justin Krossman.
Main Event-Bill Trotter, Jay Smith, Dusty Trotter, Mark Minter, Dean Cast, Chris Mehrer, Justin Krossman.
Lenz, Lipke, Yawnick Score Siskiyou Speedway Wins
Yreka, CA...June 16...Dr. Scott Lenz won the 30 lap Calculated Comfort Outlaw Pro Stock Main Event Saturday night at Siskiyou Speedway. Lenz is the reigning association champion and took over the point lead after his win in this race. It was also a clean sweep performance as Lenz won his eight lap heat race and the four lap Trophy Dash earlier in the evening.
Lenz took the lead from James Flowers on lap three. Once he got the lead, he managed to build up a straight away advantage by the checkered flag. Scott Flowers took the second position from his son James on lap seven and ran a steady pace to finish there. Johnny Cobb managed to make the move into third as James Flowers settled for fourth ahead of Matt Harlow, John David Duffie, Roy Bain, Dave Smith, Ryan Smith and Julia Flowers. Cobb won the other heat race.
2016 IMCA Sport Modified champion Jimmy Lipke became the seventh different 20 lap feature winner in as many races. Lipke won his eight lap heat race earlier in the evening. Only point leader Trevor Tiffee kept it close down the stretch, but he settled for second behind the flying Lipke. Randy Wright was a solid third ahead of rookie Ethan Killingsworth, Gary Foster, Ryder Boswell, Donovan Rogers and Keith Brown Jr. Brown scored the four lap Trophy Dash win before retiring early in the Main Event. Boswell was the other heat race winner.
Two time reigning Mini Stock champion Marilyn Yawnick continues to run strong as she collected her third 20 Main Event win. It capped a clean sweep effort as she won her eight lap heat race and the four lap Trophy Dash. The man giving her the most pressure all night with seconds in all three races was 2014 champion Mike Whitaker. Terry Kendrick was a bit further back in third as Zac McMurray and Jason Frost rounded out the Top 5.
Dan Thomas wrote his name into the record books as the first Outlaw Open Comp feature winner ahead of John David Duffie.
Friday night will see the return of the IMCA Wild West Speedweek Series for the IMCA Modifieds. Joining them on the card will be the IMCA Sport Modifieds. For further information, go to www.siskiyoumotorspeedway.com.
Hirst Wins David Tarter Memorial At Silver Dollar Speedway
Chico, CA...June 15...Kyle Hirst scored the impressive victory in the 35 lap Winged 360 Sprint Car Main Event Friday night at Silver Dollar Speedway. It was the David Tarter Memorial Race, and the win paid Hirst $3,500. Hirst is the current King Of The West Sprint Car Series point leader. Willie Croft set the early Main Event pace ahead of Sean Becker and point leader Andy Forsberg. Hirst slipped past Forsberg for third on lap 13, and a lap 14 red flag flew when Cody Hodgson and Croft crashed in Turn 1. Becker brought out a yellow flag on the restart, and Hirst led Forsberg and Colby Copeland on the next restart. Copeland took second from Forsberg on lap 23 and took up pursuit of Hirst. Despite two late race mishaps that resulted in a yellow and then a red flag, Hirst would not be denied the big victory. Copeland settled for second ahead of Forsberg, Ryan Robinson, Michael "Buddy" Kofoid, Becker, Mason Moore, Michael Ing, Jake Wheeler and Kenny Allen.
Kyle Larson Racing sponsored a $500 award to the driver with the fast time. There were 23 competitors, and Croft set the standard at 12.136, just beating the 12.185 of Copeland for the fast time. Eight lap heat races were won by Mitchell Faccinto, Forsberg, Steven Ingraham and Kalib Henry. Kofoid won the 10 lap B Main ahead of Moore and Brad Bumgarner.
Brian Cooper scored victory in the 20 lap IMCA Sport Modified Main Event. Mini Stock graduate Hunter Merritt raced into to the early lead ahead of past Crate Sprint champion Mike Ficklin and reigning Street Stock champion Phil Marino. A caution flag flew on lap six, but Merritt continued to lead the way until another caution flag waved on the eighth lap. Marino charged past Merritt for the lead on the restart with Cooper now holding third. Cooper put the moves on Merritt for second on lap 11 and set his sights on Marino. Cooper made his winning pass on lap 16 and led the remainder of the race for the satisfying victory. Marino settled for second, and point leader Andrew Peckham passed Hunter Merritt on the final lap for third. Mike Merritt round out the Top 5 ahead of Ficklin, Austin Manzella, Jimmy Lipke, Clinton Earl and Austin Williams. The two eight lap heat race victories were earned by Marino and Cooper.
Matt Micheli scored the victory in the 20 lap Street Stock Main Event. Point leader Corey Hall set the early pace ahead of Devon Koranda, who was subbing in the Clinton Earl car. A lap 11 caution flag flew for Koranda in Turn 4. Hall made a pit stop, putting Micheli into the lead. Micheli led Richard Workman on the restart, and they ran 1-2 to the checkered flag. Leif Berglund finished third, followed by Koranda, Hall, Fritz Zanker and Gary Newman. Kuranda won the eight lap heat race.
Casey McClain picked up the win in the 15 lap Wingless Spec Sprint Main Event. Only three drivers managed to stay on the lead lap as McLain won, not too far ahead of Brett Youngman. Brian Grossenheider was a solid third. Point leader Tony Richards settled for fourth ahead of Braeden Enos, Rick Gutzke, Trey Walters, Justin Funkhouser and Kelly Hicks. Championship hopeful Ron LaPlant was a Main Event scratch. Six lap heat races were won by Richards and McLain.
Racing takes a one week break before coming back on June 29th with a show headlined by the Winged 360 Sprint Cars. Also on the card will be the Wingless Spec Sprints, IMCA Sport Modifieds and Street Stocks. For further information, go to www.silverdollarspeedway.com.
Silver Dollar Speedway Unofficial Race Results June 16, 2018
Wingless Spec Sprints
IMCA Sport Mods
Marysville Raceway Unofficial Race Results June 16, 2018
Pat Harvey Jr.
Cameron Haney Jr.
IMCA Sport Mods
All American Speedway Unofficial Race Results June 16, 2016
Super Stock A and B
Jr. Late Model
Douglas County Speedway Unofficial Race Results June 16, 2016
Lakeport Speedway Unofficial Race Results June 16, 2018
Hillside Powersports Ladies Night
Results are not official
1 #6K Lauren Snider
2 #83 Wade Coleman
3 #63 David Jones
4 #29 Evan Smith
5 #51 Trevor Abella
6 #14 Mike Sullivan
Results are not official
1 #37 Charlie Collins
2 #19 Shelby Helm
3 #04 Cole Brown
4 #89 Kevin Coburn
5 #88 Gene O'Dell Jr
6 #14 Michael Knight
7 #15 Richard Knight
8 #17 Tyler Shipley
Pro 4 Modifieds
Results are not official
1 #29 Mike Peterson
2 #8 Andy Leuzinger
3 #01 Jimmy Sorrels
4 #14 Johnny Barker
5 #87 Marty Lewis
6 #51 Jason Shaha
7 #4 Wade Eldredge
Results are not official
1 #88J Justin Moran
2 #57K Kylei Keown
3 #23 Christian Sanchez
4 #20 Danny Helm Sr
5 #48 Michelle Odell
Results are not official
1 #44 Lane Anderson
2 #5 Charles French
3 #01 TJ Sorrels
4 #3 Trey Daniels