Upcoming Events

Saturday - Aug 1st - Reg Show - KIDS NIGHT

*410 Sprints
* Super Late Models
Super Stocks 
*Rush Late Models
 Mini Wedges and Karts
* Mini Stocks

 General admission will be $12 12 and under Free,  Pit pass $30 6-14 $15

Gates Open: :3pm,  ; NO Hot Laps  Racing: 7PM

Inflatables from 3 to 7 - first 400 Kids get free snow cone - free candy bags - lots of free giveaways - $1 Hot Dogs Proceeds go the the Wayne County Humane Society -  Driver Autographs 6 to 6:45 on Track - Kids bike race (bring own Bike) 6:45.


  Saturday Aug 1st - Kids Night - Reg Show

+ 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; NO Hot Laps at 6pm; Racing at 7pm

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  Aug 21st and 22nd





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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

Results 7-25-15

Written by Kristin Flory.

Orrville, Ohio
Saturday, July 25, 2015
By Mike Swanger
With Wayne County Speedway celebrating it’s 50th season, there have been memorable feature finishes, but many that have been around the track for a lot of those years, said last nights Fisher Performance Sprint feature may have been the best ever on Bechtel Services Night. The ‘Wild Child’ Jac Haudenschild would start on the pole with nephew and 3 time winner Brad Haudenschild flanked to his right. The feature would get off to a slow start as Jason Dolick would spin in turn two right after the drop of the green and then Troy Kingan, who had rolled over in the heat race spun out on lap four and then two laps later, Dolick would spin again. this time collecting Nick Patterson and ending Patterson’s night. On the restart, Mitch Harble, who was in the George Prosser #19 machine, would lose the left rear tire but was able to replace it and continue on. In those couple of green flag laps run everyone knew that it was going to be a two car battle between the Haudenschild’s. With the extended green flag action, Jac would build up a sizable lead with Brad in pursuit as Danny Mumaw ran third. A final caution for a spinning Clay Riney with four laps to go would set up a dash to the checkered flag. As the green reappeared, Brad made a move to the inside of the ‘Wild Child’ in turn one but could not wrestle the lead away as the fans went to their feet. The younger Haudenschild would roar down the back stretch and took to the high side of turns three and four and be on Jac’s bumper and this time Jac would take the low line into turn one and opened the highside of turns one and two for Brad and his Kempthorn Auto Mall, Fire & Ice Pub and J&J Racing #38k and as they came out of turn two, Brad edged past his Uncle for the lead. Jac would try to do a slide job to regain the lead but came up short on the last lap. It would be Brad’s 4th win of the season and expand his points lead. The two Wooster drivers would park on the front stretch after the race as the crowd gave them a standing ovation. Mumaw would finish third with Shawn Hubler and Jimmy Colvin rounded out the top five. Heat winners were Mumaw and Brad Haudenschild.
  Matt Irey and Ryan Markham would lead the field of Lias Tire Super Late Models to the green flag with Irey getting a little too sideways in turn two and before he gathered himself back up, Markham, heat winner Doug Drown and Brad Malcuit motored by. Three caution flags on the next three laps, one each for Ricky Holderbaum, Coy Hornikel and Jerry Aber, would keep the field bunched up. Much Like the Sprint feature, a long run of green flag laps would ensue and this would shape up to be a battle between Markham and Drown as Malcuit and Irey would duel for third. Drown would stay right in Markham’s tire tracks but could never make a strong challenge to swipe the lead away from Markham. Going into turn one on lap 22, Drown would bounce off the guardrail and Malcuit slipped by as Markham now had some breathing room. Drown quickly gathered himself back together to reclaim second on the next circuit. With the white flag waving, Markham, who was loking for his 1st Super Late Model win, would go into turn one where disaster would strike as the right front tie rod broke on Markham’s #5m, sending him in a half spin and slowing him down which allowed Drown and his Hall’s Auto Sales, Kar Connection and Wooster Glass #240 to power past for his fifth win at WCS and also build his points lead even more. Malcuit would get a season best second place finish while Irey ended up third, his third straight top five finish. Markham finished fourth as Jerry Aber was scored fifth.
  The Harriger Towing Rush Late Model main would see Lexington’s Justin Chance start on the pole with Jim Nicely along side but it was Ryan Markham quickly grabbing second and for the 20 laps, Chance and Markham would never be more than a car length apart. It would be the cleanest feature of the night as the only caution would come out on lap four when points leader Charlie Duncan did an uncharacteristic spin. Markham would try every line he could on heat winner Chance but could never take the point. Behind the two race leaders, a four car battle for third between Paul Harriger, Jamie Wrightsman, Nicely and 1st time visitor Wendell Pinckney was in progress as they were changing spots all race long. As they crossed the finish line, Chance and his State Farm Insurance, Accu-Force Shocks and Innovative Graphics #01 had a half car advantage over Markham for his first WCS win. Wrightsman would pass Pinckney with five laps to go for a season best third with Harriger getting his first top five finish.
  Caution flags marred the early laps of the Aamco Transmissions Super Stock feature as sixth starting and four time winner Nick Smith blasted into the lead on the opening lap. Tyler Thompson would power his way into second on lap two from his fifth starting spot. After a third caution on lap three, Thompson and his Streetsboro based, Action Auto Body, Fisher Performance and Nella Enterprises #t2 checked out on the field as he won his 1st feature at WCS by more than a straightaway over Smith. Pole sitter Cliff Staley finished a season best third as Tyler Nicely edged past Gary Hensel Jr. for fourth and his best finish of the season. Paul McVicker and Smith won the heat races.
  It took Shreve’s Michael Workman half the race to get to the front of the WQKT Mini Stock feature from his eighth starting spot and then spent the last half of the race keeping Doug Hensel from winning his fifth feature of the season. Aboard the JD Empire Trucking and S M Motorsports #41w, Workman would post his third win of the season. Trae Shoenauer would take home a third place in his first visit to WCS with Stephen Crowe and Jeff Edwards filling out the top five. Workman and Hensel topped the heats. The red flag came out for Mitch Reichard who barrel rolled in turn three on lap seven but drove away and continued and finished ninth.
  Fredricksburg’s Logan Duncan squeezed past points leader Billy Dawson on lap five to park the El Campensino Restaurant, Scanlon Enterprises and Green Leaf Restaurant #015 Mini Wedge in victory circle for the first time this season. Dawson, who won the heat race finished second with Matthew Moore and Jolene Voshel following.
  It seems like there is no stopping Scott Delaney in the Flat Track Carts as he won his fifth feature this year driving the third different Cart. Jamie Johnson and Chuck Conway went back and forth for second with Johnson winning that battle. Brett Bee and Colton Shaw rounded out the top five. Conway and Delaney were the heat winners.
  Contingency Connection awards totaling near $100,000 for the season were once again up for grabs for the drivers as they are each week at Wayne County Speedway.
  Next Saturday night, August 1, will be Kid’s Night with a lot of prizes for the Kid’s along with Lowe’s Kid’s Clinic night, Bounce Houses and Mar’s Trucking $1 Dog Night for everyone. On track action will have all the class’ back in action as the Points Races start to wind down for 2015.
  For all the latest news and information, go to www.waynecountyspeedway.com
Saturday, July 25,2015
Heat   1   Danny Mumaw, Nick Patterson, Shawn Hubler, Pete Grove, Shawn Minor, William Aumend, Clay Riney, Jordan Harble dns
Heat   2   Brad Haudenschild, Jac Haudenschild, Jason Dolick, Jimmy Colvin, George Prosser, Troy Kingan, Mitch Harble dns
Feature   Brad Haudenschild, Jac Haudenschild, Danny Mumaw, Shawn Hubler, Jimmy Colvin, Jason Dolick, Mitch Harble, Shawn Minor, Troy Kingan, Clay Riney, William Aumend, Pete Grove, Nick Patterson, Jordan Harble, George Prosser dns
Heat   1   Doug Drown, Ryan Markham, Matt Irey, Brad Malcuit, Jason Hinton, Jerry Aber, Coy Hornikel, JR Gentry, Ricky Holderbaum
Feature   Doug Drown, Brad Malcuit, Matt Irey, Ryan Markham, Jerry Aber, Jason Hinton, Coy Hornikel, Ricky Holderbaum, JR Gentry
Heat   1   Paul McVicker, Cliff Staley, Roger Drouhard, Chaz O’Dell, Ryan Leathers, Paul Kern, Steve Ott, Todd Gallion
Heat   2   Nick Smith, Tyler Thompson, Tyler Nicely, Gary Hensel Jr., Chase Alexander, Brandon Craver, Chris Albright, Todd Sherwin
Feature   Tyler Thompson, Nick Smith, Cliff Staley, Tyler Nicely, Gary Hensel Jr., Roger Drouhard, Brandon Craver, Todd Sherwin, Chris Albright, Paul Kern, Steve Ott, Ryan Leathers, Chaz O’Dell, Chase Alexander, Paul McVicker dns, Todd Gallion dns
Heat   1   Justin Chance, Ryan Markham, Jim Nicely, Paul Harriger, Charlie Duncan, Wendell Pinckney, Jamie Wrightsman, Mitch Basich, Hiram Bachmann
Feature   Justin Chance, Ryan Markham, Jamie Wrightsman, Wendell Pinckney, Paul Harriger, Jim Nicely, Charlie Duncan, Hiram Bachmann, Mitch Basich
Heat   1   Michael Workman, Trae Shoenauer, Brad Hensel, Mitch Reichard, Brianna Hensel, Rick Bays, Jeff Edwards, Neal Wert, Wes Staley dns
Heat   2   Doug Hensel, Stephen Crowe, Mike Barr, Trevor Kirsch, Chris Priebe, Jordan James, Jim Burns dns, John Mackey dns
Feature   Michael Workman, Doug Hensel, Trae Shoenauer, Stephen Crowe, Jeff Edwards, Jordan James, Wes Staley, Chris Priebe, Mitch Reichard, Neal Wert, Trevor Kirsch, Brad Hensel, Rick Bays, Mike Barr, Brianna Hensel, Jim Burns dns, John Mackey dns
Heat   1   Billy Dawson, Matthew Moore, Jolene Voshel, Logan Duncan
Feature   Logan Duncan, Billy Dawson, Matthew Moore, Jolene Voshel
Heat   1   Chuck Conway, Ryan Pearson, Don Baney, Sean Rutt, Zach Myers, Ethan Delaney, Ryan Boak, Tim Myers
Heat   2   Scott Delaney, Jamie Johnson, Justin Chance, Bret Bee, Steve Reed, Noah Wengerd, Colton Shaw
Feature   Scott Delaney, Jamie Johnson, Chuck Conway, Brett Bee, Colton Shaw, Steve Reed, Ryan Pearson, Justin Chance, Sean Rutt, Ryan Boak, Ethan Delaney, Zach Myers, Don Baney, Noah Wengerd, Tim Myers

Results 7-18-15

Written by Mike Swanger.

Orrville, Ohio
Saturday, July 18, 2015
By Mike Swanger
It was the hottest night of the season on Malcuit Tavern Night as the Lias Tire Super Late Models were in the spotlight for the second race of the Wayne County Speedway/ Attica Raceway Park Late Model Series. Rain has claimed two of the races (May 9 @ WCS & Friday @ ARP) and the two that have been raced has now been won by Wooster’s Doug Drown. By the luck of the draw, the two heat winners of Drown and Ryan Markham drew the #1 and 2 pills to start on the front row of the 25 lap event. On the drop of the green flag, Markham popped into the lead with Drown on his tail as they drew away from the rest of the field. A tight battle for third was going on though as Brad Malcuit, Matt Irey and JR Gentry were wheeling and dealing for that position. Coming out of turn two on lap ten, and a back marker in the way, Drown went to the low side and Markham went to the high side of the slower car and as they went into turn three, Markham jumped the cushion to slow him just enough to allow Drown and his Hall’s Auto Sales, Car Konnection and Nationwide Vehicle Protection #240 to slip into the lead. Right as the 1/2 way mark was reached, the red flag came out for Josh Haynes’ car that caught fire in turn four. With the green flag back out, Markham, the defending WCS/ARP champion, tried a couple of different moves to reclaim the lead but Drown would hold him off as Malcuit was doing the same with Irey for third as Gentry would drop out of the race with six circuits to go in the battle for third. As the checkered flag waved, Drown had a five car length lead on Markham with Malcuit taking third with Irey fourth. Mike Bores finished fifth as Dave Hornikel came from starting 16th and grabbed a sixth place finish.
  Paul McVicker and Brandon Gardner would lead the Aamco Transmission Super Stocks to the starting line with Gardner claiming the early lead with points leader and sixth starting Nick Smith pulling into second in less than one lap. A multi car pile up brought out the red flag as the field was working on lap two. David Uhler, Jim Nicely, Paul Whitten and Paul Kern all had their night ended from that wreck as Steve Ott would be able to go one more lap before he had to pull off. Back to action, heading down the backstretch on lap three, Smith would pull to the inside of Gardner going into turn three and come out of turn four with the lead. Smith and his Hillcrest Trucking, Fire & Ice Pub and Eicholtz Engines #11 would pull away from Gardner to collect his fourth win of the season as the Wooster driver also has three second place finishes in the seven races run. Tyler Thompson took third from McVicker at the halfway mark with Brandon Craver knocking McVicker back to fifth on the next lap. Gary Hensel Jr. would move into fifth the next time around. Following Smith at the finish line would be Gardner, Thompson with his third, third place finsh, Craver with his best finish of the year and Hensel Jr. with his fifth top five finish. Smith and Thompson topped the heat races.
  Several cautions for spins and debris slowed the opening two laps of the WQKT Mini Stock feature. Shreve’s Michael ‘Moose’ Workman would start on the pole and once the race got into rhythm, would have to fight off Brad Hensel all race long before putting the JD Empire Trucking #41w into the winners circle for the second week in a row. Brad Hensel finished second for the third time while Stephen Crowe had his best finish of third. Mitch Reichard and Rick Bays rounded out the top five. Heat winners were Gary Hensel Jr. and Stephen Crowe.
  Heat winner Matthew Moore set the pace for the opening three laps of the Mini Wedge feature but after that, Billy Dawson took over and the Lakeville youngster would park the DJ Directional Services, Amsoil and Harriger Towing #7b in victory circle for the fourth time. Logan Duncan, Moore and Jolene Voshel would fill out the finish.
  Chuck Conway led the first five laps of the Flat Track Cart main but heat winner Scott Delaney was working his way to the front from his fifth starting position and took over the point on lap six and held off Jamie Johnson to score his fourth win of the year. Filling out the top five were Daryl Conkle, Colten Shaw, and Steve Reed.
  The drivers went through the stands with their helmets during intermission and collected $650 for the Wardell family.
  The Fisher Performance Sprints and the Harriger Towing Rush Late Models return with the the Lias Tire Super Late Models, the Aamco Transmission Super Stock, the WQKT Mini Stock and the Wedges amd Carts on the racing card for next Saturday Night. In two weeks, Saturday, August 1st, it will be Kid’s Night with a full racing program on tap. Go to www.waynecountyspeedway.com for all the latest news about the track.
Saturday, July 18, 2015
Heat   1   Doug Drown, Brad Malcuit, Josh Haynes, Cody Scott, Jim Nicely, Ben Mott, Shane Campbell, David Liles, Dave Hornikel
Heat   2   Ryan Markham, JR Gentry, Matt Irey, Mike Bores, Greg Gellner, Jerry Aber, Andrew Myers, Rick Bond
Feature   Doug Drown, Ryan Markham, Brad Malcuit, Matt Irey, Mike Bores, Dave Hornikel, Greg Gellner, David Liles, Ben Mott, Jerry Aber, Shane Campbell, Andrew Myers, JR Gentry, Josh Haynes, Jim Nicely, Cody Scott, Rick Bond dns
Heat   1   Nick Smith, Gary Hensel Jr., Brandon Craver, Tyler Nicely, Chris Albright, David Uhler, Cliff Staley, Paul Kern, TA Perrine
Heat   2   Tyler Thompson, Brandon Gardner, Paul McVicker, Dennis Amstutz, Paul Whitten, Jim Nicely, Steve Ott, Ryan Leathers
Feature   Nick Smith, Brandon Gardner, Tyler Thompson, Brandon Craver, Gary Hensel Jr., Paul McVickers, Tyler Nicely, Cliff Staley, Chris Albright, TA Perrine, Dennis Amstutz, Ryan Leathers, Steve Ott, Paul Whitten, Jim Nicely, David Uhler, Paul Kern
Heat   1   Gary Hensel Jr., Michael Workman, Brad Hensel, Wes Staley, Doug Hensel, Jeff Edwards
Heat   2   Stephen Crowe, Mitch Reichard, Rick Bays, Jess Hensel, Neal Wert, Jim Burns
Feature   Michael Workman, Brad Hensel, Stephen Crowe, Mitch Reichard, Rick Bays, Jess Hensel, Doug Hensel, Neal Wert, Gary Hensel Jr., Jeff Edwards, Wes Staley, Jim Burns dns
Heat   1   Matthew Moore, Jolene Voshel, Logan Duncan, Billy Dawson
Feature   Billy Dawson, Logan Duncan, Matthew Moore, Jolene Voshel
Heat   1   Scott Delaney, Jamie Johnson, Chuck Conway, Colten Shaw, Steve Reed, Terry Shaw, Noah Wengerd, Daryl Conkle, Ryan Pearson, Zach Myers, Matt Sczpanske
Feature   Scott Delaney, Jamie Johnson, Daryl Conkle, Colten Shaw, Steve Reed, Noah Wengerd, Ryan Pearson, Chuck Conway, #75b, Matt Sczpanske, Zach Myers, Terry Shaw

Results 7-11-15

Written by Mike Swanger.

Orrville, Ohio
Saturday, July 11,2015
By Mike Swanger
  It was a big 50th anniversary bash at Wayne County Speedway with a big Birthday cake, a hot dog eating contest, a kids money rush and a lot of prizes given away plus some more great racing on the track for Mid Season championships presented by Ray’s Garage. The Fisher Performance Sprints got off to slow start as Troy Kingan would stop in turn one right after the green flew and then one lap was completed when Dennis Wagner got into the guardrail in turn one and rolled over, ending up back on all fours and was pushed back to the pits where his crew decided the car had enough damage not to return. Jimmy Colvin would set the early pace with Mitch Harble in second for the opening two laps when Brad Haudenschild moved into the runner up position. It would take the Wooster driver and his Kempthorn Auto Mall, Fire & Ice Pub and J&J Racing #38k seven laps to track down Colvin and take over the lead. The only thing that would slow Haudenschild up was a caution for Colvin, who stopped on the back stretch and went pit side at that point. That would move Harble back to second on the restart but Danny Mumaw would move past him on the next circuit as Haudenschild was already long gone for his third win of the year. Mumaw would be second for the second time this year as Harble took third and Jamie Myers scored a season best fourth with last week’s winner, Nick Patterson collecting fifth. Heat winners were Harble and Mumaw.
  The night before, Doug Drown edged out Rocky Owens for the win and tonight they would start side by side on the front row of the Lias Tire Super Late Model feature but there was not the results of less than 24 hours ago. Owens would get sideways in turn two on the initial lap and Ryan Markham would get into the back of Owens’ car and bend up Owens rear end while Markham would receive front end damage but everyone kept going with no caution. By the time Owens, Matt Irey, Brad Malcuit, JR Gentry, Markham and the rest of the field got back up to speed, Drown was checking out with the lead. Irey would move into second and could never track down the Hall’s Auto Sales, Wooster Glass and Kar Connection #240 of Wooster’s Drown, as he posted his third WCS win of the year. Malcuit would finish a season best third after holding off JR Gentry for several laps in the middle part of the race. Gentry would deny Markham fourth place late in the race. Malcuit and Irey picked up the heat wins.
  Tyler Thompson grabbed the early lead of the Aamco Transmission Super Stock feature as points leader and two time winner Nick Smith of Wooster quickly pulled into second place from his 8th starting spot on the opening lap. Smith and his Hillcrest Trucking, Fire & Ice Pub and Butcher Block & Deli #11 motored into the lead on lap four and breezed to his third win of the season. Thompson would run and finish second all race long for his best finish while Gary Hensel Jr. pocketed his best ending with a third. Two Drivers came from deep in the starting field to get top fives with Larry Baldwin coming from 18th to take fourth while Paul McVicker started 17th and finished fifth. Heat wins went to Smith, Hensel Jr and Thompson.
  The early part of the Harriger Towing Rush Late Model feature was as tightly bunched as you could get as Justin Chance, Josh Double, Jamie Wrightsman, Charlie Duncan and Ashland’s Ryan Markham were all within two car lengths of each other. Chance would be the leader for the first seven laps when Double would get sideways with Jim Nicely making contact with Double, who received enough damage to end his night. On the double file restart, Duncan, who had inherited second, out gunned Chance into the corner and came out of turn two with the lead as Markham powered past Chance at the halfway mark. A caution for a spun Hiram Bachmann on lap 12 would put Duncan and Markham side by side for the restart and this time, Markham and his new 604 motor that he won the week before, powered into the lead and put the H&T Demolition, Cool-It Thermotec and Rocket Chassis #5m into the victory circle for the first time this year. Duncan would take second as Chance held off heat winner, Wrightsman for third and Nicely recovered for fifth.
  It was a battle of Mike’s for the WQKT Mini Stock feature with Michael Rose moving from his 5th starting spot to the lead in the opening lap with Michael ‘Moose’ Workman gaining second on lap three from his 7th starting position. Those two would run bumper to bumper until the caution flew on lap nine for a stopped Jeff Edwards. As the green reappeared for the restart, Workman of Shreve, was on the gas a little quicker than Rose and then held Rose off the rest of the way for Workman’s first win. Jason St. John Finished third after starting 9th as Jason Shaw scored a fourth in his WCS season debut. Points leader Doug Hensel rounded out the top five. James Priebe, Rose and Workman topped the heat races.
  Lakeville’s Billy Dawson and his DJ Directional Services, Harriger Towing and Miller Racing #7b Mini Wedge led the last nine laps of their feature to chalk up his third win in ‘15, Jolene Voshel finished second while Logan Duncan was third as heat winner Matthew Moore finished fourth.
  Steve Reed of Wooster went flag to flag to pocket his first Flat Track Cart win as the #8 was followed by heat winner Scott Delaney, Chuck Conway, Jamie Johnson, and Brett Chance.
  Drivers continue to race weekly for nearly $100,000 worth of prizes over the season thanks to the Contingency Connection awards program at Wayne County Speedway.
  Next Saturday night the Lias Tire Late Models will highlight the racing program with the second week end of the Wayne County Speedway/ Attica Raceway Park Super Late Model Series paying $1,500 to win ( ARP Friday). The Aamco Transmission Super Stocks, WQKT Mini Stocks along with the Mini Wedges and the Flat Track Carts will be in action also.
  For the latest news, results and points for WCS, go to the website at www.waynecountyspeedway.com
Saturday, July 11, 2015
Heat   1   Mitch Harble, Brad Haudenschild, Dennis Wagner, Jamie Myers, Nick Patterson, Clay Riney, Dylan Kingan, Jason Dolick dns
Heat   2   Danny Mumaw, Jimmy Colvin, Beau Stewart, Troy Kingan, George Prosser, Shawn Minor, Shawn Hubler
Feature   Brad Haudenschild, Danny Mumaw, Mitch Harble, Jamie Myers, Nick Patterson, Clay Riney, Beau Stewart, Shawn Minor, George Prosser, Jimmy Colvin, Dylan Kingan, Jason Dolick, Dennis Wagner, Troy Kingan, Shawn Hubler dns
Heat   1   Brad Malcuit, Doug Drown, Rocky Owens, JR Gentry, Cody Scott, Shane Campbell, Ricky Holderbaum
Heat   2   Matt Irey, Ryan Markham, Randy Davis, Levi Flesher, Doug Kenworthy, Ashlee Todd
Feature   Doug Drown, Matt Irey, Brad Malcuit, JR Gentry, Ryan Markham, Cody Scott, Ashlee Todd, Shane Campbell, Ricky Holderbaum, Rocky Owens, Levi Flesher, Randy Davis, Doug Kenworthy dns
Heat   1   Nick Smith, Ryan Leathers, Don Baney, Tyler Nicely, TA Perrine, Paul Whitten, Larry Baldwin, Tim Dunn dns
Heat   2   Gary Hensel Jr. Brandon Craver, Dennis Amstutz, David Uhler, Gary McGregor, Paul McVicker, Steve Ott, Todd Sherwin
Heat   3   Tyler Thompson, Cliff Staley, Chris Albright, Paul Kern, Chase Alexander, Frank Oriti, Dustin Smith
Feature   Nick Smith, Tyler Thompson, Gary Hensel Jr., Larry Baldwin, Paul McVicker, Ryan Leathers, David Uhler, TA Perrine, Paul Whitten, Cliff Staley, Steve Ott, Tyler Nicely, Paul Kern, Don Baney, Dustin Smith, Dennis Amstutz, Chris Albright, Gary McGregor, Brandon Craver, Chase Alexander, Frank Oriti dns, Todd Sherwin dns, Dustin Smith dns
Heat   1   Jamie Wrightsman, Mitch Basich, Ryan Markham, Justin Chance, Josh Double, Hiram Bachmann, Charlie Duncan, Jim Nicely, Jim Cochran, Paul Harriger
Feature   Ryan Markham, Charlie Duncan, Justin Chance, Jamie Wrightsman, Jim Nicely, Paul Harriger, Mitch Basich, Hiram Bachmann, Josh Double, Jim Cochran
Heat   1   James Priebe, Jason Shaw, Jeff Edwards, Stephen Crowe, Rick Bays, Joe Howard, #3, Mitch Reichard
Heat   2   Michael Rose, Jason St. John, Doug Hensel, Chris Priebe, Jordan James, Neal Wert, Dave Keagy
Heat   3   Michael Workman, Gary Hensel Jr., Wes Staley, John Mackey, Brianna Hensel, Jim Burns
Feature   Michael Workman, Michael Rose, Jason St. John, Jason Shaw, Doug Hensel, Stephen Crowe, Gary Hensel Jr., John Mackey, Brianna Hensel, Mitch Reichard, Jordan James, Neal Wert, Jim Burns, #3, Jeff Edwards, Wes Staley, Chris Priebe, Joe Howard, James Priebe, Brad Hensel, Rick Bays, Dave Keagy dns
Heat   1   Matthew Moore, Logan Duncan, Jolene Voshel, Billy Dawson
Feature   Billy Dawson, Jolene Voshel, Logan Duncan, Matthew Moore
Heat   1   Scott Delaney, Chuck Conway, Jamie Johnson, Ryan Pearson, Darrel Conkle, Ryan Boak, Ethan Delaney, Steve Reed, Noah Wengerd dns
Feature   Steve Reed, Scott Delaney, Chuck Conway, Jamie Johnson, Noah Wengerd, Ethan Delaney, Ryan Boak, Ryan Pearson, Darrel Conkle

Results 7-4-15

Written by Mike Swanger.

Orrville, Ohio
Saturday, July 4, 2015
By Mike Swanger
  The pits were overflowing with race cars for the 4th of July race night with the Renegades of Dirt Modifieds in for a $3,000 to win feature. Rich Michael Jr. would lead the way for the opening 5 laps before giving way to Jake Hawkins as 7th starting Kevin Morehouse would move into third on lap six. Morehouse would slide into second on lap ten and start to track down Hawkins as he had built up almost a half straight away lead. Using the low groove in turns one and two, Morehouse and his Sam’s Cars, The Hang Out and CW Concrete #28, would be able to stick his front end beside Hawkin’s machine and finally with six laps to go powered past for the lead coming out of turn two and the Newark driver would pull away for the win. Dan Davies would finish third with Michaels fourth. DJ Cline started 15th and drove to a fifth place finish. Hawkins, Nathan Loney, Michaels and Chris Arnold scored the heat wins as Cody Parker and Travis Dickson topped the last chance races.
  Eric Wilson took his pole starting position to lead the opening three laps when Charlie Duncan went zipping past in the Sweeney Rush Late Model main. Tenth starting Max Blair worked his way past Wilson on lap 5 and closed in on Duncan. With a couple of cautions in the next three laps and double file restarts, Duncan was able to hold to hold off Blair until lap 14 when the Centerville Pa. driver and his R&J Poultry, Moody & Sons Welding and C & J Dairy #111 would overtake Duncan coming out of turn two. Damian Bidwell moved into second with four laps to go and when a caution came out with one lap to go, he was looking to steal the win away from Blair for the second time at WCS, doing that back on June 22. But on the restart, both Bidwell and Duncan got loose and Justin Chance slipped past both for second with Bidwell and Duncan holding on to third and fourth as Jason Knowles rounded out the top five. Winning the heat races were Bidwell, John Waters and Alan Dillinger.
  The Fisher Performance Sprint feature would be a two car duel between Mitch Harble and Nick Patterson as Harble would run the low line to perfection for the first 16 circuits as Patterson would high rail around the racing surface during the same period of time. Heat winner Patterson, of Millersburg, and his RAM USA, D & N Leasing and Walton Graphics #23 finally wrestled the lead away from Harble on lap 17 and hold him off the last three laps to post his first ever win. Shawn Hubler outlasted Jamie Myers for third as Clay Riney finished fifth.
  A pair of #27’s would lead the first dozen laps of the Aamco Transmission Super Stock feature as Don Baney set the pace for the first three laps before Brandon Gardner would take over. Gardner’s night would end abruptly on lap 12 when the drive shaft exited the #27g, putting points leader Nick Smith into the lead with Larry Baldwin on his tail on the restart. On the last lap, Baldwin would overpower Smith in turns one and two to take the point and hustle around to the checker flag to park the Randolph based, Aamco Transmissions, Excalibur Body Shop and Park Ford #7up in victory lane for the second time this season. Baney, Tyler Thompson and Gary Hensel Jr. filled out the top five. Baldwin and Chase Alexander topped the heats.
  Blowing his engine in the make up feature from last week that was won by Brad Hensel, Doug Hensel of Wooster borrowed a car for the rest of the night and lead all the way for his fourth WQKT Mini Stock win of the season. Jason St. John never gave Hensel any breathing room but settled for second as Gary Hensel ran third followed by Brad Hensel and Kevin Markey. Brad Hensel and Michael Rose won the heat races. In the make up feature, Gary Hensel Jr followed Brad Hensel with Mitch Reichard third with Wes Staley taking fourth as fifth went to Rick Bays.
  Reese Bollinger took the lead with 2 laps to go from Braxton Wilson to capture his first Mini Wedge feature as Donnie Danley edged past Wilson on the last lap for second with Matthew Moore and Jolene Voshel grabbing top five finishes. Wilson and Billy Dawson won the heats.
  Scott Delaney held off Jamie Johnson to pocket his third Flat Track Kart feature of the season. Steve Reed passed Johnson for second on the last lap with heat winner Brandon Gardner and Ryan Pearson rounding out the top five.
  Next Saturday night, Wayne County Speedway will celebrate it’s 50th birthday with a many prizes to be given away and games to be played including a Hot Dog eating contest and Race Car Bingo plus a 50 pound Birthday Cake!!  Make sure to come early!!  The action on the track will be Mid Season championships with double points for all the regular class’ of cars. For More information, go to the website at www.waynecountyspeedway.com
Saturday, July 4, 2015
Heat   1   Jake Hawkins, Dan Davies, Taylor Cook, Mark Dickson, Derrick Ramey, Pauly Hess, Bob Moskey, Shane Crotty, Jeff Johnson
Heat   2   Nathen Loney, John Burdette, Jess Hartman, Cody Parker, DJ Cline, Steve Dixon, Gary Long, Paul Page, Virgil Eaches
Heat   3   Rich Michael Jr., Kevin Morehouse, Jesse Wisecarver, Travis Dickson, Dave Bodkins, Kevin Miller, Eric Singhaus, Mike Kinney, Justin Hart
Heat   4   Chris Arnold, Patrick Lyon, Tanner Wilson, Joel Watson, Brock Moskey, Tim Rager, David Hittle, Leonard Enos
B #1        Cody Parker, DJ Cline, Mark Dickson, Steve Dixon, Gary Long, Shane Crotty, Bob Moskey, Paul Page, Derrick Ramey, Virgil Eaches, Pauly Hess
B #2        Travis Dickson, Joel Watson, Mike Kinney, Dave Bodkins, Kevin Miller, Tim Rager, David Hittle, Eric Singhaus, Brock Moskey, Justin Hart, Leonard Enos dns
Feature   Kevin Morehouse, Jake Hawkins, Dan Davies, Rich Michael Jr., DJ Cline, Chris Arnold, Jesse Wisecarver, Patrick Lyon, Taylor Cook, Cody Parker, Tanner Wilson, Mike Kinney, John Burdette, Derrick Ramey, Kevin Miller, Jess Hartman, Joel Watson, Nathon Loney, Justin Hart, Travis Dickson
Heat   1   Damian Bidwell, Max Blair, Jim Nicely, Eric Wilson, Joe Long, Harry Shipe, Hiram Bachmann, Tony White, Mike Swansiger, Jamie Wrightsman
Heat   2   John Waters, Kyle Zimmerman, Justin Chance, Charlie Duncan, Paul Harriger, Cody Dawson, Ryan Markham, Joe Sylvester, Zach Kane
Heat   3   Alan Dillinger, Jason Knowles, Daryl Charlier, Kyle Lukon, Steve Lowery, Bob Pifer, Clay Ruffo,  WL Stile, Brian Knowles
Feature   Max Blair, Justin Chance, Damian Bidwell, Charlie Duncan, Jason Knowles, Kyle Lukon, Eric Wilson, Kyle Zimmerman, Brian Knowles, Paul Harriger, Jamie Wrightsman, Ryan Markham, Clay Ruffo, WL Stile, Harry Shipe, Zach Kane, Tony White, Jim Nicely, John Waters, Daryl Charlier, Joe Long, Joe Sylvester, Steve Lowery, Bob Pifer, Cody Dawson, Hiram Bachmann, Mike Swansiger, Alan Dillinger
Heat   1   Nick Patterson, Shawn Hubler, Mitch Harble, Jamie Myers, Clay Riney, Wes McGlumphey, George Prosser, Tom Miller
Feature   Nick Patterson, Mitch Harble, Shawn Hubler, Jamie Myers, Clay Riney, Wes McGlumphey, George Prosser, Tom Miller
Heat   1   Larry Baldwin, Tyler Thompson, Dustin Daugherty, Chris Albright, Kyle Michalo, Cliff Staley, David Uhler, TA Perrine, Paul Kern,dns, Ryan Leathers dns, Paul McVicker dns
Heat   2   Chase Alexander, Nick Smith, Brandon Gardner, Don Baney, Bob Daugherty, Gary Hensel Jr., Tyler Nicely, Steve Ott, Dennis Amstutz, Paul Whitten
Feature   Larry Baldwin, Nick Smith, Don Baney, Tyler Thompson, Gary Hensel Jr., Dustin Daugherty, Tyler Nicely, Cliff Staley, Dennis Amstutz, Bob Daugherty, Paul Whitten, Steve Ott, TA Perrine, Paul Kern, Brandon Gardner, Chris Albright, Kyle Michalo, Chase Alexander, David Uhler, Ryan Leathers dns, Paul McVicker dns
Heat   1   Brad Hensel, Doug Hensel, Gary Hensel Jr., Wes Staley, Gary Hensel Sr., Mitch Reichard, Tim Workman, Jeff Tatro, Jess Hensel, Casey Butler dns, Jordan James dns, Brian Tomblin dns,
Heat   2   Michael Rose, Jason St. John, Kevin Markey, Eddie Geary, Stephen Crowe, Rick Bays, Neal Wert, Jim Burns, Jeff Edwards dns, David Keagy, Adam Kern dns,
Feature   Doug Hensel, Jason St. John, Gary Hensel Sr., Brad Hensel, Kevin Markey, Stephen Crowe, Tim Workman, Jess Hensel, Rick Bays, Jeff Tatro, Mitch Reichard, Wes Staley, Jim Burns, Michael Rose, Eddie Geary, Neal Wert, Brian Tomblin, Gary Hensel Jr dns, Jeff Edwards dns, Casey Butler dns, David Keagy dns, Jordan James, dns, Adam Kern dns
June 27 Feature   Brad Hensel, Gary Hensel Jr., Mitch Reichard, Wes Staley, Rick Bays, Jeff Tatro, Neal Wert, Brianna Hensel, Jeff Edwards, Jordan James, Doug Hensel, Jim Burns, Adam Kern, Stephen Crowe, Mike Barr dns, Johnny Bruce dns
Heat   1   Braxton Wilson, Donnie Danley, Kolton Thomas, Matthew Moore, Brooklyn Wilson, Jake Simon
Heat   2   Billy Dawson, Reese Bollinger, Logan Duncan, Konnor Thomas, Jolene Voshel
Feature   Reese Bollinger, Donnie Danley, Braxton Wilson, Matthew Moore, Jolene Voshel, Jake Simon, Konnor Thomas, Billy Dawson, Kolton Thomas, Logan Duncan dns, Brooklyn Wilson dns
Heat   1   Brandon Gardner, Chuck Conway, #5, Jamie Johnson, Dan Rutt,  Noah Wengerd, Darrell Conkle, Scott Delaney
Feature   Scott Delaney, Steve Reed, Jamie Johnson, Brandon Gardner, Ryan Pearson, Chuck Conway
Heat & Feature Winner  John Lawhorn

June 27th 2015 Results

Written by Mike Swanger.

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
Saturday, June 27, 2015
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
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
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
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
Feature   Scott Delaney, Jamie Johnson, Chuck Conway, #5, Brent Chance, #2, Steve Skelly, #01x, Steve Reed, Colton Shaw

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