Super Stock and Mini Stock Meetings

breaking news

At the Creston Community Center – Down Town Creston Right on RT 3


Attn. super stocks and mini stocks. Meeting Scheduled for Sunday November 19th. At the creston community center. 2pm super stocks and 4pm for mini stocks. Downtown Creston right on rt 3. Can park behind buildings by the dollar general and come in the back door. Park on the street. Or park at ray’s Garage and walk across the street. 44217

Octover 7th 2017 Results

oct 7th winners


Orrville, Ohio
Saturday, October 7, 2017
By Tyler Altmyer & Mike Swanger
Becoming the 5th different Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions winner in 5 starts at ‘Orrville’s Historic Oval’, Norman Oklahoma’s Christopher Bell hard charged from the inside of row 6 to score the $5,000 on Saturday night at NAPA Wayne County Speedway. Bell took command for the 1st time on lap 22, surviving a battle with rising star, Spencer Bayston, the circuit prior. Knoxville Raceway track champion, Ian Madsen chased Bell to the checkered flag followed by Broc Martin, Cole Duncan and Rob Chaney.
For Bell, the NASCAR Camping World Truck series driver, it was his second Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions win of the season and third career win.
“I’m just really thankful for the opportunity to drive this car for Ed Neumeister and the Linders”, said Christopher Bell, pilot of the Dough-Si-Dough, Linders Speed Equipment, DMI, and Fisher Racing Engines #11n. “It’s a true privilege to drive this thing”.
Caleb Helms and Madsen led the 26 starters to green as Madsen earned the early advantage, leading Helms and Brad Haudenschild by the flagstand to complete lap one. A red flag on lap 2 slowed action for the 1st time when green flag conditions resumed, it was Madsen returning to the top spot, now with Spencer Bayston and Broc Martin in tow. The top three raced nose to tail for the next six circuits until the caution flag returned to the speedway on lap nine, ultimately resulting in an open red flag stop that also included a chance for medics to tend to a fan in the stands.
Madsen led the field back to green, still in charge over Bayston and Martin. On lap 13, Bell drove around Martin to take third and now setting aim on Bayston and Madsen. By the mid point of the 30 lapper, the three front runners found themselves in a bumper to bumper battle for the lead and soon enough, utilizing a textbook slider through turns three and four, Bayston made a bold move and drove under Madsen to take command on lap 17. One circuit later, Bell also found room and cruised by Madsen with a perfect slide job, this time through turns one and two. With in two laps, Bell started to apply pressure on Bayston for the top spot, chasing him into traffic on lap 21. As the pair drag raced toward the flagstand to complete lap 22, Bell and Bayston made incidental contact causing the #39 of Bayston to flip wildly down the front straightaway. Bayston would walk away unharmed but his racing night was finished.
With little damage after the contact with Bayston, Bell drove on to score the Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions victory unchallenged, leading the last nine laps with Madsen and Martin in tow
In a closely battled race for the Lowes Super Stocks, the top three of Daniel Sanchez, Doug Drown and Paul Holmes were never more than two car lengths apart as it all came down to the final corner when Averill Park NY driver Daniel Sanchez went down the back stretch on the final lap in third place behind Holmes and Drown. As the threesome went into turns three and four, Sanchez dove low as the other two drivers slid up the track just enough to let the 20 year old Sanchez, in his first ever trip to NAPA WCS, slide up in front of them and take his only lead of the night with the checkered flag waving. Todd Werntz would lead the first lap and then the caution flag waved for outside front row starter Dustin Daugherty hit a tractor tire and came to a stop. The race resumed for a very short time as Kyle Moore would get really sideways in turn two and got T-boned by Derek Lewton that led to Moore’s car rolling over, ending up on his side with Lewton’s nose of his car on top of Moore’s vehicle. Both drivers were ok, but their night finished. With the race going back to green, Drown, who was driving Bob Daugherty’s #21d, grabbed the lead from Werntz with Holmes in his tire tracks. Holmes would take the lead on the next circuit as he and Drown would go back and forth, side by side, lap after lap with Sanchez right behind. Another three way battle was going on for fourth as Werntz, T A Perrine and Gary Hensel Jr raced for fourth. Making the winning move in turns three and four, Sanchez the University of Northwest Ohio (UNOH) student, drove the Silly’s Competition Engines, Cedar Parks and Danny Sanchez Contracting #463 into the Summit Racing victory lane, stating he “just loves to race”. Drown finished second with Holmes, Werntz and Perrine following.
This wraps up the 2017 racing season at NAPA Wayne County Speedway with the Annual Awards Banquet set for Saturday, November 11th at the Pines Golf Course. For Banquet information and tickets, go to
Saturday, October 7, 2017
Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions
Fast Qualifier Cale Conley 14.552 seconds
Heat 1 Chad Kemenah, Cole Duncan, Spencer Bayston, Cale Conley, Caleb Armstrong, Trevor Baker, Cap Henry, John Garvin, Hunter Mackison
Heat 2 Max Stambaugh, Andrew Palker, Christopher Bell, Jordan Mackison, Danny Mumaw, Brandon Matus, T J Michael, Stuart Brubaker, Roger Campbell
Heat 3 Broc Martin, Brad Haudenschild, Lee Jacobs, Ryan Smith, Brent Matus, Ray Miller, Travis Esh, Tyler Dunn
Heat 4 Ian Madsen, Caleb Helms, Rob Chaney, Brandon Spithaler, Ryan Broughton, Jason Dolick, Brad Lamberson, Jordan Harble
Dash 1 Caleb Helms, Broc Martin, Andrew Palker, Max Stambaugh, Cale Conley
Dash 2 Ian Madsen, Chad Kemenah, Brad Haudenschild, Spencer Bayston, Cole Duncan
‘B’ Main Cap Henry, Trevor Baker, Stuart Brubaker, Jordan Harble, John Garvin, T J Michael, Brandon Matus, Roger Campbell, Ray Miller, Brad Lamberson, Jason Dolick, Travis Esh, Tyler Dunn, Hunter Mackison
Feature Christopher Bell, Ian Madsen, Broc Martin, Cole Duncan, Rob Chaney, Max Stambaugh, Chad Kemenah, Andrew Palker, Ryan Smith, Cap Henry, Danny Mumaw, Lee Jacobs, Trevor Baker, Brandon Spithaler, Brent Matus, Spencer Bayston, Brad Haudenschild, Brandon Matus, Jordan Harble, Ryan Broughton, Travis Esh, Caleb Helms, Caleb Armstrong, Stuart Brubaker, Cale Conley, Jordan Mackison
Lowes Super Stocks
Heat 1 Daniel Sanchez, Dustin Daugherty, Todd Werntz, Tim Coen, Derek Lewton, T A Perrine, Wes Staley, Jim Nicely
Heat 2 Paul Holmes, Kyle Moore, Gary Hensel Jr., Doug Drown, Don Rutt, Chris Albright, Trae Schonauer
Feature Daniel Sanchez, Doug Drown, Paul Holmes, Todd Werntz, T A Perrine, Gary Hensel Jr., Chris Albright, Trae Schonauer, Wes Staley, Don Rutt, Tim Coen, Derek Lewton, Kyle Moore, Dustin Daugherty, Jim Nicely

2017 Banquet


If you would like to come to the Banquet on NOV 11th at the Pines Golf Course, Send $25 per person to 209 Pine St Creston OH 44217 and give me your phone number to Text a confirmation of receipt.

Diner at 6pm awards to follow

Results of Ohio Dirt Blow OUT 2017

clay riney


Orrville, Ohio
Saturday, September 23, 2017
By Mike Swanger
The 5th annual Ohio Dirt Blowout presented by the Kar Connection is now in the books with some great racing action recorded at NAPA Wayne County Speedway. For the Kar Connection Super Late Models, their action started on Friday night as Mike Davis would set fast time at 16.967 and J R Gentry and Doug Drown would win the heat races but Gentry did not cross the scales after his heat race giving the win to Shane McLoughlin and Gentry would have to start on the tail of the feature. In Saturday’s action, Drown would win the Tye Twarog Motorsports Hans Gross Memorial Dash to start on the pole of the 75 lap Don Gross Memorial. As the feature took the green flag, outside front row starter Mike Davis would take the lead for the opening 12 laps when the caution would fly. On the restart, Drown would make the pass for the lead as Davis would make a couple of attempts to regain the lead to no avail. An intense battle was going on for third place between Ryan Markham, Larry Bellman and Shane McLoughlin. Following a caution on lap 19, Markham edged into second past Davis and on the next lap, Bellman took third from Davis. For the next few laps, Bellman and Davis would exchange third place several times as Drown and Markham pulled away from the field. For the 1st 50 laps, caution laps would count as laps raced and lap 48 would be the last of those as the race would go caution free the next 17 circuits with Drown keeping a three car length lead over Markham as Davis ran third with Charlie Duncan getting past both Bellman and McLoughlin. The field would stay status quo until lap 70 when the caution reappeared and bunch the field together. With the race back to green, 2017 track champ, Drown and his Hall’s Auto Sales, Wooster Glass and ABR Farms #240 was hugging the bottom groove through both ends of the track with Markham on his rear bumper. As the two leaders came out of turn four to complete lap 72, Markham tagged Drown and sent him spinning to bring out the yellow flag as Markham was charged for the caution that would send him to the back of the lead lap as Drown would retain his lead. As the green flag waved again, Drown would pull away as the Wooster driver would win his second Ohio Dirt Blowout race. On that final restart, Bellman powered past Davis for second for his best finish of the season. With two rounds left, Duncan would take third from Davis and on the final lap, Markham would drop Davis to fifth.
The Ohio Valley Sprint Car Association made their second visit of the season to ‘Orrville’s Historic Oval’ with Tyler Gunn taking his pole position spot and grab the lead with Jordan Ryan in pursuit until lap 6 when 2017 track champion Andrew Palker would move into the runner up spot. Brad Haudenschild and Danny Mumaw would motor past Ryan on lap 9. Palker of West Salem, would track down Gunn and take the lead on lap 13. Mumaw, who won the OVSCA race back in May and had started 12th tonight, powered past Gunn on lap 18 for second. The race came to stop on lap 21 when Mitch Harble took a tumble in turn four. as the race went back to green, Palker and his El Campesino Restaurant and King Inspection #57x would pull away and collect his third win of the season and 1st Ohio Dirt Blowout win. Mumaw finished second with Gunn, Haudenschild and Ryan rounding out the top five. Clay Riney picked up the last chance win and would finish 6th after starting 16th and coming off his Never Ever Won win on Friday night. Jason Dolick, Ryan and Palker scored the heat wins.
Action started Friday night for the Lowes Super Stocks and by the end of the week end, Mansfield’s Kyle Moore swept the week end as he would set fast time at 20.011 seconds and win his heat race on Friday, win the Mars Trucking dash and lead all 25 laps of the McKenzie Concrete feature on Saturday for his third win of the season at NAPA WCS and his 1st Ohio Dirt Blowout victory. Driving the Kryptonite Race Cars, Keller Flooring and Tim Arnold Motorsports #11, Moore would hold off early challenges from Paul Holmes for the first four circuits and 2017 track Champion Bob Daugherty would try his hand at taking the lead on laps 5 through 8 and then John Wilson would try his luck at grabbing the lead. Wilson would edge ahead a couple of times in turns one and two but could never stay ahead of Moore when they passed the flag stand. Wilson would finish second as Daugherty and Holmes flip flopped third a couple of times in the closing laps with Daugherty winning that battle. Gary Hensel Jr. worked his way to fifth from his 18th starting spot. Daugherty and Wilson joined Moore in the heat race victory lane. Chris Albright scored the last chance race. With his 4th place finish, Holmes locked up the ‘Summer Series’ championship with Gary Hensel Jr. and Bob Daugherty finishing second and third and will receive their awards at the banquet.
After being close a couple of times this season, Canton’s Wes Staley finally found the Summit Racing victory circle as he went flag to flag for his first win of the season and that also clinched the ‘Summer Series’ crown for him in the WQKT 104.5 Mini Stock action. Driving the Tires & More, Finish Line Motors, and the Dalton Dari-ette #73s, Staley would fend off early runs by Sean Rush and Brad Hensel. Rush would drop out midway through the Wayne Newbury & Dirt Track Weekly feature with mechanical issues as Friday nights winner, Dale Beckett would be joined by Jordan James to battle Brad Hensel for second. As those three dueled for second, Staley was able to open up a good size lead and cruise to the win. Beckett would take second as Hensel was third followed by James, After winning the first of the two last chance races, Jerry Adkins would fill out the top five from his 17th starting spot. Brianna Hensel won the second last chance race as Billy Parsons, James, Brian Dawson and Wes Staley posted the heat wins. Matt Miller and Brad Hensel finished second and third in the ‘Summer Series’ and will also get their awards at the banquet.
One last night of racing is left for the 2017 season as the Arctic Cat All Stars return on Saturday October 7th for a $5,000 to win event. In four All Star races at Napa Wayne County Speedway, four different drivers have won, those being Sheldon Haudenschild, Kyle Larson, Joey Saldana and Caleb Helms. The Lowes Super Stocks will also be in action for the final time.
The Awards Banquet will be held on Saturday, November 11th at the Pines Golf Course banquet room. Watch for details later this week for the banquet at

Saturday, September 23, 2017
Kar Connection Super Late Models
Fast Qualifier Mike Davis 16.967 seconds
Heat 1 J R Gentry dq’ed, Shane McLoughlin, Larry Bellman, Damian Bidwell, Mike Davis, Brett Bee, Larry Holbrook, T J Enos, Thomas Baker
Heat 2 Doug Drown, Jerry Aber, Ryan Markham, Charlie Duncan, Craig Wolford, Blaine Aber, Bob Daugherty, Brad Haudenschild
Hans Gross Memorial Dash Doug Drown, Mike Davis, Damian Bidwell, Shane McLoughlin, Ryan Markham, Larry Bellman, Jerry Aber
Don Gross Memorial Feature Doug Drown, Larry Bellman, Charlie Duncan, Ryan Markham, Mike Davis, Shane McLoughlin, Craig Wolford, Thomas Baker, J R Gentry, Bob Daugherty, Brad Haudenschild, Brett Bee, Jerry Aber, Blaine Aber, Larry Holbrook, Damian Bidwell, T J Enos dns
Ohio Valley Sprint Car Association
Heat 1 Jason Dolick, Chris Myers, Jack Sodeman Jr., Mitch Harble, Jamie Myers, Brian Benson, Brandon Conkle, Andy Fike, Randy Fink
Heat 2 Jordan Ryan, Jim Morris, Aaron Middaugh, Josh Davis, Dave Dickson, Kris Davis, Lance Webb, Benny Hickel, Dylan Kingan
Heat 3 Andrew Palker, Tyler Gunn, Brad Haudenschild, Danny Mumaw, Andre Layfield, Tim Hunter, Clay Riney, Steve Butler, Nathan Skaggs
‘B’ Main Clay Riney, Brian Benson, Lance Webb, Brandon Conkle, Dylan Kingan, Andy Fike, Randy Fink, Kris Davis, Steve Butler, Tim Hunter dns, Benny Hickel dns, Nathan Skaggs dns
Feature Andrew Palker, Danny Mumaw, Tyler Gunn, Brad Haudenschild, Jordan Ryan, Clay Riney, Jack Sodeman Jr., Andre Layfield, Chris Myers, Jason Dolick, Josh Davis, Brandon Conkle, Dave Dickson, Lance Webb, Mitch Harble, Aaron Middaugh, Jamie Myers, Jim Morris, Brian Benson, Dylan Kingan
Lowes Super Stocks
Fast Qualifier Kyle Moore 20.011 seconds
Heat 1 Kyle Moore, Todd Werntz, Tyler Nicely, Brandon Craver, Jamie Gibbs, Mike McElravy, Don Rutt, Jim Nicely, Eric Eicholtz dns
Heat 2 Bob Daugherty, Paul Holmes, Steve Wolford, Brandon Welker, Bubba Smith, Darren Dawson, Todd Gallion, Paul Kern, Gary Hensel Jr., Logan Yelton
Heat 3 John Wilson, Jordan James, Jimmy Smith, Tim Myers, Jason St. John, Chris Albright, Tim Coen, Ryan Ambrose
Mars Trucking Dash Kyle Moore, John Wilson dq’ed, Paul Holmes, Todd Werntz, Jordan James, Bob Daugherty
‘B’ Main Chris Albright, Jim Nicely, Gary Hensel Jr., Ryan Ambrose, Tim Coen, Eric Eicholtz, Darren Dawson, Don Rutt, Paul Kern, Todd Gallion, Logan Yelton dns, Mike McElravy dns
Feature Kyle Moore, John Wilson, Bob Daugherty, Paul Holmes, Gary Hensel Jr., Jason St. John, Tim Coen, Tim Myers, Jamie Gibbs, Chris Albright, Todd Werntz, Steve Wolford, Bubba Smith, Jimmy Smith, Tyler Nicely, Ryan Ambrose, Brandon Welker, Jim Nicely, Jordan James, Brandon Craver
WQKT 104.5 Mini Stocks
Heat 1 Billy Parsons, Kyle Petit, Kevin Markey, Colin Slykhuis, Cory Mills, Trevor Kirsch, Jim Burns, Gary Perry, Johnny Bruce, Wayne Newbury
Heat 2 Jordan James, Brad Hensel, Cory Staley, Doug Hensel, Jerry Adkins, Brent Boreman, Jeff Slykhuis, Mike Rose, Greg Dulaney
Heat 3 Brian Dawson, Matt Miller, Jason Shaw, Aaron Nitz, Tim Workman, Brad Henderson, Keith Rush, Eugene Arkenburg, Clayton Evans
Heat 4 Wes Staley, Sean Rush, Dale Beckett, Colton St. John, Brianna Hensel, Zain Dick, Randy Gibson, Travis Tice, Ken Steele dns
L. C. #1 Jerry Adkins, Brent Boreman, Cory Mills, Mike Rose, Jeff Slykhuis, Gary Perry, Trevor Kirsch, Johnny Bruce, Jim Burns, Greg Dulaney, Wayne Newbury
L. C. #2 Brianna Hensel, Brad Henderson, Zain Dick, Travis Tice, Eugene Arkenburg, Keith Rush, Tim Workman, Randy Gibson dns, Clayton Evans dns, Ken Steele dns
Feature Wes Staley, Dale Beckett, Brad Hensel, Jordan James, Jerry Adkins, Jason Shaw, Brent Boreman, Cory Staley, Kevin Markey, Colton St. John, Kyle Petit, Aaron Nitz, Brad Henderson, Brianna Hensel, Matt Miller, Brian Dawson, Billy Parsons, Sean Rush, Doug Hensel, Colin Slykhuis


Orrville, Ohio
September 22, 2017
By Mike Swanger
On the opening night of the two night, 5th annual Ohio Dirt Blowout at NAPA Wayne County Speedway, presented by the Kar Connection, 17 year old Clay Riney grabbed the lead on lap five of the Never Ever Won (NEW) feature and never looked back to win his 1st Sprint car feature. Pole sitter and second heat winner Brandon Conkle would set the pace for the opening four laps as Riney would move into second from his 5th starting spot with 7th starting Sam Ashworth right behind Riney on the second circuit. The caution flag waved on lap two as Ryan Fredericks bounced off the turn one wall and stopped. As the green flag reappeared, Conkle, Riney, Ashworth and 1st heat winner Cody Gallogly were bumper to bumper. Riney and Ashworth would go side by side for second for the next two laps with Riney securing second on lap four. Working lap five, leader Conkle would get sideways to much in turn two and come to a stop with everyone getting by with no contact. On the restart, Riney would bolt out to a big lead and the Wellsburg, West Virginia driver had more than a straightaway lead over Ashworth and Gallogly. Disaster would happen to Ashworth with less than two laps to go as he smacked the guardrail in turn two and flipped to bring out the red flag. Riney and his Wahl’s Heating and Cooling #c1 would drive away from Gallogly on the restart to collect his 1st win as those two drivers were the only drivers on the lead lap when the checkered flag waved. Lance Webb finished third as Kris Davis and Brian Benson filled out the top five.
Brad Hensel popped into the lead from his third starting spot to lead the first six laps of the WQKT 104.5 Mini Stock feature but Millersburg’s Dale Beckett was picking his way through from his 7th starting grid position and over powered his way past Hensel on lap 7 and then hold off Hensel’s last lap charge to park his #4 in the Summit Racing victory circle for his 1st win of the season. Sean Rush outdueled Billy Parsons for third as track champion Cory Staley was fifth. Heat winners were Matt Miller, Colton St. John, Sean Rush and Dale Beckett as Jordan James and Stephen Crowe topped the last chance races.
Night two of the 5th annual Ohio Dirt Blowout presented by the Kar Connection will see the Ohio Valley Sprint Car Association in for a $2,500 to win feature with the Kar Connection Super Late Models racing for $4,000 to win Don Gross Memorial and a $700 to win Hans Gross Memorial dash. The Lowes Super Stocks will running for the $1,000 to win feature plus a Dash for Cash and the WQKT 104.5 Mini Stocks will have $1,200 to the winner of their main event. The Super Stocks and Mini Stocks will have their last night of the ‘Summer Series’ races points determined also.
Gates will 3 pm tonight, Saturday, September 23rd with racing at 7 pm.
Friday, September 22, 2017
Heat 1 Cody Gallogly, Clay Riney, Shawn Hubler, Sam Ashworth, Kris Davis, Brian Benson, Dylan Kingan
Heat 2 Brandon Conkle, Lance Webb, Bill Ault, Ryan Fredericks, Andy Fike, Bret Barbone dns
Feature Clay Riney, Cody Gallogly, Lance Webb, Kris Davis, Brian Benson, Dylan Kingan, Brandon Conkle, Andy Fike, Sam Ashworth, Shawn Hubler, Bill Ault, Ryan Fredericks, Bret Barbone dns

Heat 1 Matt Miller, Brad Hensel, Billy Parsons, Kevin Markey, Lance Smith, Randy Gibson, Jason Henderson, Johnny Bruce, Wayne Newbury dns
Heat 2 Colton St. John, Tim Workman, Brianna Hensel, Keith Rush, Rod Daugherty, Zane Dick, Jim Burns, Jordan James, Wally Ball dns
Heat 3 Sean Rush, Wes Staley, Doug Hensel, Jeff Slykhuis, Cory Mills, Aaron Nitz, Andy Carpenter, Travis Tice, Stephen Crowe
Heat 4 Dale Beckett, Cory Staley, Jason Shaw, Lee Schlegel, Gary Perry, Colin Slykhuis, Darin Thornsley, Clayton Evans dns
L.C. #1 Jordan James, Randy Gibson, Jim Burns, Rod Daugherty, Johnny Bruce, Zane Dick, Lance Smith, Jason Henderson, Wayne Newbury dns, Wally Ball dns
L.C. #2 Stephen Crowe, Colin Slykhuis, Darin Thornsley, Gary Perry, Aaron Nitz, Cory Mills, Andy Carpenter, Travis Tice, Clayton Evans dns
Feature Dale Beckett, Brad Hensel, Sean Rush, Billy Parsons, Cory Staley, Jordan James, Brianna Hensel, Lee Schlegel, Jeff Slykhuis, Jason Shaw, Colton St. John, Tim Workman, Keith Rush, Wes Staley, Matt Miller, Randy Gibson, Colin Slykhuis, Kevin Markey, Stephen Crowe, Doug Hensel dns