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Saturday - July 4th - Renegade Modifieds

*Rush Touring Latemodels
* Super Stocks
*Mini Stocks - also running make up feature
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 Mini Wedges -
*410 Sprints

 General admission will be $15 12 and under Free,  Pit pass $35 6-14 $20

Gates Open: :3pm,  ; Hot Laps at 6pm Racing: 7PM

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+ 410 Sprints

+Super LateModels
+ Rush  LateModels
+ Super Stock
+Mini Stock
+Karts and Mini Wedges

$12 General Admission - Children 12 and under Free in GA - Pits $30 Kid Pits 6-14 $15

Gates Open at 3pm; Hot Laps at 6pm; Racing at 7pm

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Attention Fans: Small coolers are allowed but NO glass bottles or NO Alcholic Beverages to be carried in, NO Blankets or Plastic on the bleachers until after the gates open

• Track Record: RUSS KING holds the track record for Late Models at WCS with a lap of 16.737 - Andrew Palker Hold Track record for 410 Sprints at 14.298

RAIN CHECK POLICY - If a rainout is called for a race, you can use that ticket at face value for any event in 2015 (no cash back ) for another race.  Rain ticket may be used to purchase more than one ticket at a time.  They may be used to upgrade to a pit pass.  This must be done within 2015.  You can also mail tickets to the address below for a refund within 30 days from the date of the rained out event.  Any tickets mailed after that time will not be honored for a refund.  You must include a self addressed stamped envelope with contact phone number.   No cash refunds are given at ticket gates or office.  NO CASH BACK - Mail to Wayne County Speedway 209 Pine St. Creston OH 44217

 

June 27th 2015 Results

Written by Mike Swanger.

NICELY NABS 1sT WAYNE COUNTY SPEEDWAY LATE MODEL WIN; SMITH SECURES 2nd STREET STOCK FEATURE
Orrville, Ohio
Saturday, June 27, 2015
By Mike Swanger
 
  On a cool and cloudy Saturday night at Wayne County Speedway, Randolph’s Jim Nicely decided to try the Harriger Towing Rush Late Model class out and in his first attempt, went flag to flag to win the 20 lap feature. Standing fifth in the Lias Tire Super Late Model class, Nicely swapped out engines in his Sarchione Chevy, Tires and More and B-Nice Racing #72, and would grab the lead at the drop of the green flag from Josh Double who would challenge Nicely several times and made a couple of slide jobs that came up short to try and take the lead. Meanwhile, Jamie Wrightsman and points leader Charlie Duncan had a fender to fender battle for third going on right behind the two front runners. With two laps to go, Double would make a move on Nicely in turn one and hit a wet spot on the track and as he slowed to gather himself, Duncan powered past for second but could not chase down Nicely. Double would hang on to third in front of Wrightsman as Justin Chance filled out the top five. Heat winners were Wrightsman and Duncan.
  Gary Hensel Jr. took early control of the Aamco Transmission Super Stock feature from his starting outside pole position as Wooster’s Nick Smith would claim the lead on lap three. On the next lap, the red flag would wave as Tyler Nicely and Cliff Staley with making contact going down the back stretch with Nicely barrel-rolling into the turn three guardrail. He would shakily walk away from the wreck. As the race resumed, Chase Alexander and Tyler Thompson would motor past Hensel Jr for second and third on lap seven. As heat winners Alexander and Thompson waged a heated battle for second, that would allow points leader Smith and his Hillcrest Trucking, Butcher Block & Deli and Fire & Ice Pub #11 to expand his lead and score his second win of the season. Alexander finished second with Thompson, Hensel Jr. and Staley following.
  With a light mist of rain falling for most of the Super Stock feature, the rain intensified and made the racing surface to slick for the WQKT Mini Stock feature and they will run make up their feature next Saturday night. Brad and Gary Hensel Jr. won the heat races. All drivers were once again competing for Contingency Connection prizes of nearly $100,000 for the season.
  Earlier in the evening, Coshocton’s Braxton Wilson swept the Mini Wedge’s as he won the heat race and led all the way in the feature driving the Coshocton Trucking #28. Points leader Billy Dawson finished second with Donnie Danley, Brooklyn Wilson and Reece Bollinger rounding out the top five.
  Scott Delaney led the last 17 laps to win his second Flat Track Kart feature with Jamie Johnson coming in second. Chuck Conway finished third. Johnson and Steve Reed won the heats.
  A big Fourth of July night of racing is planned at Wayne County Speedway next Saturday as the Renegade of Dirt Modifieds roll in for their Stars and Stripes 30 paying $3,000 to the winner. The Sweeney Rush Late Model Touring Series will be back for the second time this season along with the Fisher Performance Sprints, Aamco Transmission Super Stocks, WQKT Mini Stocks and thje Wedges and Flat Track Karts. For the latest news on the track, go to www.waynecountyspeedway.com
 
WAYNE COUNTY SPEEDWAY RESULTS
Saturday, June 27, 2015
HARRIGER TOWING RUSH LATE MODELS
Heat   1   Jamie Wrightsman, Hiram Bachmann, Paul Harriger, Jim Cochran, Chuck Kimble, Ryan Markham dns
Heat   2   Charlie Duncan, Josh Double, Jim Nicely, Justin Chance, Jason Flory
Feature   Jim Nicely, Charlie Duncan, Josh Double, Jamie Wrightsman, Justin Chance, Hiram Bachmann, Jim Cochran, Jason Flory, Paul Harriger, Chuck Kimble dns, Ryan Markham dns
 
AAMCO TRANSMISSION SUPER STOCKS
Heat   1   Tyler Thompson, Nick Smith, Gary Hensel Jr., Tyler Nicely, Dustin Camp, TA Perrine
Heat   2   Chase Alexander, Cliff Staley, Brandon Craver, Jon Preston, Steve Ott, Ryan Leathers
Feature   Nick Smith, Chase Alexander, Tyler Thompson, Gary Hensel Jr., Cliff Staley, Brandon Craver, Steve Ott, Dustin Camp, Jon Preston, TA Perrine, Tyler Nicely, Ryan Leathers dns
 
WQKT MINI STOCKS
Heat   1   Brad Hensel, Wes Staley, Rick Bays, Jeff Tator, Mitch Reichard, Brianna Hensel, Jim Burns, Mike Barr dns
Heat   2   Gary Hensel Jr., Jeff Edwards, Jordan James, Adam Kern, Stephen Crowe, Johnny Bruce Sr., Neal Wert, Doug Hensel
Feature   Rained out  Make up  July 4th
 
WEDGES
Heat   1   Braxton Wilson, Donnie Danley, Reece Bollinger, Logan Duncan, Brooklyn Wilson, Jolene Voshel, Billy Dawson
Feature   Braxton Wilson, Billy Dawson, Donnie Danley, Brooklyn Wilson, Reece Bollinger, Logan Duncan, Jolene Voshel
 
FLAT TRACK KARTS
Feature   Scott Delaney, Jamie Johnson, Chuck Conway, #5, Brent Chance, #2, Steve Skelly, #01x, Steve Reed, Colton Shaw
          

June 22nd 2015

Written by Kristin Flory.

SHELDON HAUDENSCHILD EARNS 2nd STRAIGHT SPEEDWEEK VICTORY; DAMIAN BIDWELL SNARES SWEENEY RUSH LM WIN AT WAYNE COUNTY SPEEDWAY
Orrville, Ohio
Monday, June 22, 2015
 
  Wooster’s Sheldon Haudenschild goes back to back in the Buckeye State during round four of the 33rd annual Ohio Sprint Speedweek presented by Cometic Gasket. Coming off his win at Waynesfield Raceway Park on Sunday night, Haudenschild would earn his second straight victory Monday Night at Wayne County Speedway by winning the Duffy Smith Memorial on White’s Ford night. ”It feels so great to win here” said Sheldon “ This car has been so good lately”. This would be his third career UNOH All Star win at Wayne County Speedway.
  For the second time in three days, Dash winner Danny Holtgraver would lead the field to the green flag which was short lived for a caution for Danny Dietrich in turn one. Haudenschild would take command for the opening two laps when the red flag flew for WCS’ point leader, Brad Haudenschild, who flipped in turn three. Back to action, Haudenschild would open up a straightaway lead over Holtgraver, James McFadden and Parker Price-Miller when the red flag reappeared for Broc Martin on lap seven. On this restart, Sheldon and his Southern Pacific Farms and Callies Performance #93 would use the notorious ‘Haudenschild Line’, up against the cushion and wall to rebuild his lead as Price-Miller moved into second at the lap ten mark and begin to chase down the leader. With ten circuits to go, Haudenschild and Price-Miller would exchange slide jobs on each other but Price-Miller slipped in turn two to allow McFadden back into second. Following a caution with seven laps to go, Haudenschild would drive away on the restart as Price-Miller, who had won the UNOH All Star race at WCS back in April, reclaimed second from McFadden in the closing laps as Chad Kemenah and Jac Haudenschild rounded out the top five.
  Dale Blaney was the fast qualifier of the 52 sprinters with a time of 14.896 seconds as the heat races were won by McFadden, Price-Miller, Cody Darrah, Tim Shaffer and Rob Chaney. Jody Keegan topped the C-main with Stuart Brubaker claiming the B-main.
  Damian Bidwell edged past Max Blair on a restart with three laps to go to win the Sweeney Rush Late Model feature. Five time track champion Ryan Markham would set the pace for the opening 15 laps of the 25 lap main with Brian Knowles, John Watters and Blair in pursuit. Blair would move into third on lap 12 and during the next trip around the track would take second from Knowles. As Markham encountered the back markers with 10 to go, Blair would take the low side of turn three to power past Markham with Bidwell right behind. Following a caution with three to go, the field lined up double file and when the green reappeared, Bidwell outmuscled Blair into turn one and the held on for the win. Markham held on to third with Watters and Charlie Duncan filling out the top five. Markham, Bidwell and Blair scored the heat wins.
  Wayne County Speedway will be back in action Saturday, June 27 with the Harriger Towing Late Models, Aamco Transmission Super Stocks, WQKT Mini Stocks, Flat Track Karts(Stock and Stock Appearing Normal payout) and the Mini Wedges. General Admission will be $10 while Pit Passes will be $25. Check out the website at www.waynecountyspeedway.com for more information about the track.
 
UNOH ALL STAR SPRINTS
Duffy Smith Memorial Feature     Sheldon Haudenschild, Parker Price-Miller, James McFadden, Chad Kemenah, Jac Haudenschild, Cody Darrah, Greg Wilson, Kenny Jacobs, Danny Holtgraver, Dale Blaney, Byron Reed, Steve Kinser, Travis Philo, Caleb Helms, Rob Chaney, Brady Bacon, Brandon Spithaler, Jamie Veal, Cole Duncan, Broc Martin, DJ Foos, Tim Shaffer, Brad Haudenschild, Stuart Brubaker, Danny Dietrich
 
SWEENEY RUSH LATE MODELS
Feature    Damian Bidwell, Max Blair, Ryan Markham, John Watters, Charlie Duncan, Eric Wilson, Michael Lake, Brian Knowles, Alan Dellinger, Joe Sylvester, Troy Shields, Joe Long, Steve Lowery, Jim Cochran, Paul Harriger, Kristin Flory, Hiram Bachmann, Josh Stoica, Matt Latta, Rob Marhaefka, Jamie Wrightsman, Justin Chance, W L Stile, Jason Knowles

June 13th 2015 Results

Written by Mike Swanger.

CHAMBERLAIN CLAIMS WCS’ L.M. SPEEDWEEK SHOW; HOTTINGER VICTOR IN 1st EVER FEATURE; GARDNER WINS 100th FEATURE; DOUG HENSEL IS 3 FOR 3
Orrville, Ohio
Saturday, June 13, 2015
By Mike Swanger
 
  A lot of history was set at Wayne County Speedway Saturday night as Richmond Indiana’s Duane Chamberlain led all 40 laps to claim the Buckeye Late Model Dirt Week opener presented by Octane Race Products. The race was the first in the week long series that is being held for the first time as the scheduled opener at Moler Raceway Park was rained out Friday night. Then it was a 25 lap feature for the Super Late Model drivers who had never won a feature before sponsored by Weekley Electric with Dresden’s Vic Hottinger taking the lead from Jeremy Canada near the halfway mark and go on to pocket the $2,000 winners share. Miamisburg’s Brandon Gardner made history for himself as he went flag to flag to win his 100th career win.
  Russ King started the evening off be setting fast time of 17.360 seconds and then Corey Conley, Jeremy Berwanger, Steve Casebolt, Rod Conley and Doug Drown won the heats. Tim McCreadie topped the dash to set on the pole of the 40 lap Don Gross Memorial alongside Chamberlain. At the drop of the green, Chamberlain shot the St. Henry Nite Club, Ron’s Service Center and Creekside #20c into the lead over T-Mac. Rick Bond, King and Berwanger battled side by side for third with Berwanger grabbing control of third on lap nine as Corey Conley joined Bond and King for fourth. As those three went three wide past the flagstand on lap 16, Bond and King got together with both cars having damage done,neither stopping but cost both many positions. Chamberlain was working his way through the back markers as McCreadie could not make up any ground on the leader. A caution on lap 23 would give the leaders a clear track as McCreadie would stay on the back bumper of Chamberlain but as the laps clicked off, Chamberlain would start to pull away and pull into victory lane, $4,000 richer. Berwanger finished third behind McCreadie as Corey Conley took 4th as 13th starting Matt Westfall passed King with 7 circuits to go to get fifth. Gary Gellner won the C main as Joe Anderzack, Jim Nicely and DJ Miller also advanced into the B with Mike Davis taking the checker flag in the B as Ryan Markham and Chris Keller also transferring into the feature.
  With Weekley Electric putting up the $2,000 to win prize money plus sponsorship for the 2016 season for the drivers who had never won a Super Late Model feature in their career, early race nerves by the 18 drivers who started caused three cautions in the first five laps but after that it was caution free as Jeremy Canada, driving Ryan Markham’s second car setting the early pace with Rick Armstrong, Rick Mardis, Vic Hottinger and Jeremy Misel in pursuit. Running fourth, Hottinger and his Coshocton Trucking, Advantage Air Heating and Cooling and Prince Racing Bodies #4h went to the high side of turns one and two on lap eight and charged by Mardis for third and two laps later blew by Armstrong for second and then charged by Canada on the next circuit and then never looked back to collect his first Super Late Model win and all the goodies when the checker flag flew. Canada held on to second as Gary Gellner passed Mardis and Armstrong early on the last lap with Mardis slipping past Armstrong in turns three and four on the last lap.
  While those 18 drivers were looking for their first win, Brandon Gardner has spent most of his racing career in the Aamco Transmission Super Stock class and has won features all across the state of Ohio along with track championships and tonight used the outside pole starting position and jumped into the lead and stayed out front all 15 laps and parked the Schaeffer Oil, RDL, and Innovative Graphics #27g in victory lane for the 100th time. Gary Hensel and Chase Alexander dueled for second in the opening 5 laps when Hensel got loose and dropped back with opening night feature winner Nick Smith moving into third with Tyler Thompson in fourth and Tyler Nicely in fifth. As Gardner kept expanding his lead, Alexander and Smith went wheel to wheel for second with Smith winning that battle on the last lap as the Tyler’s, Thompson and Nicely rounded out the top five. Alexander and Gardner topped the heat races.
  Winning never gets old as Wooster’s Doug Hensel, who won the heat race, powered past Brad Hensel on lap three and then held him off the rest of the way to put the Fast Lane Towing, Finishline Autobody and BS Express Motorsports #18 for the third time this season. Michael Workman trailed the Hensel’s with Jeff Edwards and Wes Staley filled out the top five.
The next racing action at Wayne County Speedway will be Monday, June 22 for the UNOH All Star Sprint Speedweek show that will pay $5,000 to win plus the touring Sweeney Rush Late Models will make their first visit ever to WCS with a $1,500 to win feature. Saturday, June 20th will be a show for the Flat Track Carts and the Mini Wedges. For more information on the upcoming schedule, go to www.waynecountyspeedway.com
 
WAYNE COUNTY SPEEDWAY RESULTS
Saturday, June 13, 2015
 
LIAS TIRE SUPER LATE MODEL BUCKEYE LATE MODEL DIRT WEEK
Fast Qualifier   Russ King 17.360 seconds
Heat  1    Corey Conley, JR Gentry, Jim Rasey, Dan Snyder, Ryan Markham, Scott Edminsten, Kevin Davis, Rob Anderzack, Jason Hinton
Heat  2    Jeremy Berwanger, Matt Westfall, Rocky Owens, Craig Wolford, Jeremy Misel, Charlie Duncan, Tim Carpenter, Jerry Aber, Dylan Bledsoe                                                                       Heat  3    Steve Casebolt, Travis Brookover, Bryan Casey, Chris Keller, Vic Hottinger, Doug Kenworthy, Gary Gellner, Jim Nicely, Levi Flesher
Heat  4    Rod Conley, Mike Bores, Jeremy Canada, Matt Irey, Mike Davis, Larry Bellman, TJ Watson, Ben Mott
Heat  5    Doug Drown, Arthur Walker, Chris Shannon, Alan Baker, Rick Mardis, Shane Campbell, Paul Harriger, DJ Miller
Dash       Tim McCreadie, Duane Chamberlain, Russ King, Rick Bond, Brad Malcuit, Rick Armstrong
C-Main   Gary Gellner, Rob Anderzack, Jim Nicely, DJ Miller, Kyle Moore, Paul Harriger, Kevin Davis, Jason Hinton, Jerry Aber, Tim Carpenter, Dylan Bledsoe, TJ Watson, Ben Mott
B-Main   Mike Davis, Ryan Markham, Chris Keller, Charlie Duncan, Vic Hottinger, Rick Mardis, Gary Gellner, Dan Snyder, DJ Miller, Scott Edminsten, Larry Bellman, Shane Campbell, Rob Anderzack, Doug Kenworthy, Craig Wolford, Matt Irey, Jeremy Misel, Alan Baker, Jim Nicely
Don Gross Memorial Feature    Duane Chamberlain, Tim McCreadie, Jeremy Berwanger, Corey Conley, Matt Westfall, Russ King, Mike Bores, Mike Davis, Arthur Walker, Rod Conley, Doug Drown, Rocky Owens, Ryan Markham, Jeremy Canada, JR Gentry, Chris Shannon, Rick Bond, Steve Casebolt, Jim Rasey, Rick Armstrong, Chris Keller, Brad Malcuit, Travis Brookover, Bryan Casey
 
WEEKLEY ELECTRIC 1st TIME FEATURE   Vic Hottinger, Jeremy Canada, Gary Gellner, Rick Mardis, Rick Armstrong, Craig Wolford, Dan Snyder, DJ Miller, Jim Nicely,, Larry Bellman, Dylan Bledsoe, Jerry Aber, Doug Kenworthy, Jeremy Misel, Shane Campbell, TJ Watson, Steve Hinton, Kevin Davis
 
AAMCO TRANSMISSION SUPER STOCKS
Heat  1    Chase Alexander, Gary Hensel Sr., Tyler Thompson, Brandon Craver, Tyler Nicely, Cliff Staley, Paul Whitten, Dennis Amstutz
Heat  2    Brandon Gardner, Nick Smith, Frank Oriti, Roger Drouhard, Steve Ott, Ryan Leathers, Paul McVicker dns, David Uhler dns
Feature   Brandon Gardner, Nick Smith, Chase Alexander, Tyler Thompson, Tyler Nicely, Frank Oriti, Gary Hensel Sr., Brandon Craver, Roger Drouhard, Dennis Amstutz, Steve Ott, Cliff Staley, Paul Whitten dns, Ryan Leathers dns, Paul McVicker dns, David Uhler dns
 
WQKT MINI STOCKS
Heat  1   Doug Hensel, Brad Hensel, Michael Workman, Wes Staley, Jeff Edwards, Stephen Crowe, Neal Wert, Rick Bays, Mitch Reichard, Jim Burns dns
Feature  Doug Hensel, Brad Hensel, Michael Workman, Jeff Edwards, Wes Staley, Stephen Crowe, Neal Wert, Rick Bays dns, Mitch Reichard dns, Jim Burns dns

THE FIRST Detials

Written by Kristin Flory.

ATTN:: ALL SUPER LATE MODEL DRIVERS
WHO HAVE NEVER WON A FEATURE EVENT
-->>> YOUR INVITED $2,000 TO WIN// $200 TO START
+ A WEEKLEY ELECTRIC 2016 RACING SPONSORSHIP!!
....Thanks to Sean Weekley at Weekley Electric in Newark, Ohio , Every Late Model Driver WHO HAS NEVER WON A FEATURE EVENT will have the opportunity to get there first win ever at Jason Flores Wayne County Speedway in Orrville, Ohio on Saturday night June 13th, 2015 .. With an already $4,000 to win Don Gross memorial planned on this night for Super Late Models , The “FIRST TIME” Race will run after the finish of the Don Gross Memorial and race line ups will be based on where the drivers who has never won finished in the Don Gross memorial and the rest of the cars to fill the remaining opening spots from the B-Mains from the Don Gross Memorial Race . The “FIRST TIME “ race will pay an awesome $2,000 to win and $200 to start Thanks to WEEKLEY ELECTRIC but the main thing on the line is the 2016 Racing Season Sponsorship Weekley Electric is giving out to the very "FIRST TIME" Winner of this race ....

SUPER LATE MODEL FIRST TIME PAYOUT ::: (25 LAPS)
--(SATURDAY NIGHT JUNE 13TH, 2015) ::

1. $2,000 CASH --
(+ A 2016 WEEKLEY ELECTRIC SPONSORSHIP, Big wall Check, and "THE FIRST" Champions Trophy)

2. $1,000 (2nd Place Trophy)
3. $800 (3rd place Trophy)
4. $600
5. $500
6. $400
7. $375
8. $350
9. $300
10. $280
11. $270
12. $260
13. $250
14. $240
15. $230
16. $220
17. $210
18. $200

.. Also as an added Bonus , Tye Twarog of Lias Tire will donate an American Racer Tire to the top 3 cars on American racers, and Dave Poske of Poskes Performance Parts will donate a Free Hoosier tire to highest finishing Driver on the Hoosier tires ..
.. Now Remember , this is an additional race at the end of the night , which means , some of you guys will go home getting paid twice on this night to help with your yearly budgets and we will crown a “FIRST TIME” Winner on June 13th, 2015 …..

.. SIGN UPS :::::: WE WILL BE POSTING A “FIRST TIME” RACE APPLICATION YOU WILL NEED TO FILL OUT AND SEND SO WE CAN WEED OUT THE GUYS WHO ARE INELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATE .. REMEMBER , YOU CANNOT HAVE A SUPER LATE VICTORY WHAT-SO-EVER TO PARTICIPATE …….
GOOD LUCK DRIVERS AND THANKS TO SEAN WEEKLEY AND JASON FLORY….

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