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Results Aug 19th 2017

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Orrville, Ohio
Saturday, August 15, 2017
By Mike Swanger
In front of a big crowd on Hall’s Auto Sales night along with the finish of Kid’s Night, Cale Conley of Vienna WV would take the lead on lap 4 of the Ohio Sprint Car Series and then hold off a fast closing Cole Duncan in last three laps for his 1st win at Napa Wayne County Speedway. Trevor Baker set the pace for the first three laps before Conley placed his #7k into the top position as hometown driver Dean Jacobs took over second on lap nine and then Duncan and fast qualifier Carson Macedo would move Baker back to fifth on the next circuit. Macedo and Baker would go back and forth for fourth until lap 20 when Macedo took control of fourth for good. Conley would build up a half straight away lead over Duncan, who took second from Jacobs on lap 12, but with lap traffic looming late in the race, Duncan closed in looking for his second OSCS win of the season at ‘Orrville’s Historic Oval’. As they went into turn three for the final time Conley dropped to the low groove to block Duncan’s move for the lead and win. Jacobs would hold off Macedo’s late race charge to claim third while Brandon Wimmer edged past Baker with two laps to go for fifth. Duncan, Jacobs, Conley and Nick Patterson bested the heat races while NAPA WCS drivers Tyler Dunn, Jason Dolick, Danny Mumaw and Troy Kingan transferred out of the last chance race in that order.
For the Kar Connection Super Late Models, it was the last night of the Attica Raceway Park/ Napa Wayne County Speedway Series and at the drop of the green flag, Charlie Duncan would out race Larry Bellman into turn one for the lead as Wooster’s J R Gentry sat on Duncan’s rear bumper and on the next circuit would take the point from Duncan and never looked back to put the McDonalds of Wayne County, BCI Buckeye Division and El Campesino Restaurant #14 into the Summit Racing winners circle for the second time this season. From his 7th starting position, Doug Drown pulled into third in front of Cody Scott on lap three and then the two #240’s of Hall’s Auto Sales would battle back and forth for the next several laps before Drown secured second at the halfway mark. A caution with three laps to go bunched the field together but Gentry would pull away from Drown on the restart to solidify the win. Duncan would score a third place finish with Scott in fourth while heat two winner Bellman passed Ben Mott on the final restart to claim fifth. In the battle for the ARP/WCS title, Ryan Markham would start the night with an eight point lead but with Drown winning the heat race and the 5 points bonus for the heat win, it would be just 3 point advantage at the start of the feature. Just two laps into the feature, Markham would pull off with mechanical issues and with Drown finishing second, Drown would claim the ARP/ WCS title, his second in four years. He would also claim the Innovative Graphics Most Heat wins award by winning four heat races in the Series. Markham will finish second and Cody Scott third in the two track series.
In the Lowes Super Stock class, the winner of the previous weeks feature must start in the highest redraw position providing they make the redraw in their heat race and for the third time this season, Mansfield’s Bob Daugherty has turned the trick as he came from his eighth starting spot and took the lead on lap 7 and went on to collect his 7th win of the year. Dustin Daugherty would set the pace for the opening four laps of the caution filled feature as Paul Holmes took control for the next two circuits before Bob Daugherty would place the Char’s Cars, McKenzie Concrete and Gioninni’s Pizza #21d out front. Dustin Daugherty and Holmes would duel for second but Dustin would drop off the pace with mechanical issues and on lap 10, Holmes would spin in turn four, giving second place to Jordan James. The final half of the feature, James would hound Bob Daugherty but could never make the move to get by and would take home second. Holmes would work his way back through the field to finish third while Jim Nicely ran fourth. Gary Hensel Jr. was challenging for the lead early in the race, would have to change a tire during a caution and came back to fill out the top five. Bubba Smith and Bob Daugherty scored the heat wins.
Extra incentive was on the line for the WQKT 104.5 Mini Stocks as Directional Hydraulics kicked in a $300 bonus to the winner and Wooster’s Doug Hensel and his M & S Concrete #18 grabbed the lead from Michael Stewart on lap two of the feature and never looked back although 8th starting Brad Hensel closed quickly in the last two laps of the caution free race. Jordan James would finish third as Stewart would drop to fourth and Dustin Bedlion came from 14th to take fifth. Heat winners were Doug and Brad Hensel, Taylor Mazzoleni and Stewart while Randy Gibson topped the last chance race followed by Brent Boreman, Sean Rush and Jess Hensel.
The Contingency Connection ‘Racer’s Rewards’ for the drivers were up for grabs once again for the night and for the season with nearly $100,000 for the season available to the drivers.
Next Saturday night, August 26th, it will be Season Championship for all four class’ with double points on the line to decide the 2017 NAPA Wayne County Speedway track champions.
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Saturday, August 19, 2017
Fast Qualifier Carson Macedo 14.679 seconds
Heat 1 Cole Duncan, Brandon Wimmer, Andrew Palker, Josh Davis, Troy Kingan, Steve Butler, Bill Ault, Brad Haudenschild dns
Heat 2 Dean Jacobs, Trevor Baker, Jordan Ryan, Tracy Hines, Jason Dolick, Tyler Dunn, Dylan Kingan, Danny Mumaw
Heat 3 Cale Conley, Danny Smith, Jordan Harble, Bryan Nuckles, Kris Davis, Chris Ferrill, Aaron Middaugh
Heat 4 Nick Patterson, Carson Macedo, Lee Jacobs, Clay Riney, Nate Reeser, Daryl Daugherty, Bret Barbone dns
‘B’ Main Tyler Dunn, Jason Dolick, Danny Mumaw, Troy Kingan, Kris Davis, Steve Butler, Nate Reeser, Bill Ault, Chris Ferrill, Daryl Daugherty, Dylan Kingan, Aaron Middaugh, Bret Barbone dns, Brad Haudenschild dns
Feature Cale Conley, Cole Duncan, Dean Jacobs, Carson Macedo, Brandon Wimmer, Trevor Baker, Jordan Ryan, Andrew Palker, Danny Smith, Lee Jacobs, Jason Dolick, Tracy Hines, Nick Patterson, Tyler Dunn, Clay Riney, Bryan Nuckles, Josh Davis, Troy Kingan, Jordan Harble, Danny Mumaw
Heat 1 Doug Drown, J R Gentry, Ryan Markham, Cody Scott, Ben Mott, Jerry Aber, Jim Gingery, Austin Goon
Heat 2 Larry Bellman, Charlie Duncan, Ryan Eddleblute, Allan Baker, Terry McIntire, Ricky Holderbaum, Brett Bee, Jeremy White
Feature J R Gentry, Doug Drown, Charlie Duncan, Cody Scott, Larry Bellman, Ben Mott, Jeremy White, Brett Bee, Jim Gingery, Terry McIntire, Jerry Aber, Ryan Eddleblute, Ricky Holderbaum, Allan Baker, Ryan Markham, Austin Goon dns

Heat 1 Bubba Smith, Jordan James, Gary Hensel Jr., Jim Nicely, Chris Albright, Tyler Nicely, Frank Oriti, T A Perrine, Darren Dawson
Heat 2 Bob Daugherty, Paul Holmes, Dustin Daugherty, Brandon Craver, Don Rutt, Jamie Gibbs, Ryan Tope, Ryan Ambrose, Paul McVicker
Feature Bob Daugherty, Jordan James, Paul Holmes, Jim Nicely, Gary Hensel Jr., Bubba Smith, Brandon Craver, Paul McVicker, Chris Albright, Jamie Gibbs, Ryan Ambrose, T A Perrine, Dustin Daugherty, Tyler Nicely, Ryan Tope, Don Rutt, Frank Oriti dns, Darren Dawson dns
Heat 1 Doug Hensel, Roger Olar, Cory Staley, Matt Miller, Brent Boreman, Ken Steele, Jessica James, Cory Mills
Heat 2 Brad Hensel, Jordan James, Kyle Petit, Dustin Bedlion, Jess Hensel, Jim Burns, Gary Lewis, Lance Smith dns
Heat 3 Taylor Mazzoleni, Brianna Hensel, Wes Staley, Colin Slykhuis, Buzz Bender, Wayne Newbury, Clayton Evans, Jason Large
Heat 4 Michael Stewart, Jeff Slykhuis, Roger Rush Sr., Keith Rush, Randy Gibson, Sean Rush, Travis Tice
‘B’ Main Randy Gibson, Brent Boreman, Sean Rush, Jess Hensel, Buzz Bender, Wayne Newbury, Cory Mills, Clayton Evans, Jessica James, Jim Burns, Jason Large, Ken Steele, Travis Tice, Gary Lewis dns, Lance Smith dns
Feature Doug Hensel, Brad Hensel, Jordan James, Michael Stewart, Dustin Bedlion, Roger Olar, Wes Staley, Cory Staley, Matt Miller, Roger Rush Sr., Jeff Slykhuis, Brianna Hensel, Taylor Mazzoleni, Kyle Petit, Randy Gibson, Colin Slykhuis, Brent Boreman, Jess Hensel, Keith Rush, Sean Rush

Aug 12th Results 2017


Orrville, Ohio
Saturday, August 12, 2017
By Mike Swanger
On a cool August night, Wooster’s Doug Drown collected his 4th win while Bob Daugherty of Mansfield posted his 6th victory while Brad Hensel of Smithville grabbed his 4th checkered flag as Millersburg’s Marisa Beckett won the Powder Puff feature.
At the start of the Kar Connection Super Late Model feature, Shane McLoughlin led the opening lap from his pole position starting spot but Larry Bellman slide by on lap two as Drown was up to third in two circuits from his 6th starting grid spot. Driving the Hall’s Auto Sales, Car Connection and Wooster Glass #240, Drown would take control of the race on lap three as McLoughlin and Bellman would battle for second. The caution flag waved on lap four when Ryan Markham and Matt Irey tangled on the front stretch as both would head to the pits. On the restart, Drown stayed out front as McLoughlin and Bellman dueled for second with Charlie Duncan, Cody Scott and J R Gentry were hot on their rear bumper. Duncan would power past Bellman on lap 14 for third and four circuits later Gentry slipped past Bellman for fourth as Dave Hornikel was pestering Scott for sixth. Drown was widening his lead over McLoughlin as Duncan was trying to close in on McLoughlin as Gentry ran fourth. With three laps to go Scott would secure fifth from Bellman as Hornikel capture sixth on the last lap. With the, win Drown expands his points lead with only two races left. McLoughlin finished second in his first trip of the year to ‘Orrville’s Historic Oval’ as Duncan recorded his fifth top five of the season by finishing third as Gentry started 10th and moved to the 4th finishing spot as Scott took fifth from his 11th starting position. Craig Wolford, Markham and Drown won the heats as while Tony Musolino topped the last chance race.
Bob Daugherty and his Char’s Cars, McKenzie Concrete, and Metz Machine Shop #21d would go flag to flag for the Lowes Super Stock win and also increase his points lead. Dustin Daugherty stayed close for the first two laps but brought out the yellow flag when he suffered a flat tire on lap three moving Paul Holmes into second. Back to green, Gary Hensel Jr. would move into third past Mike Rose and then Holmes and Hensel Jr., the two heat winners, would race close and hard for second that would allow Daugherty to pull away. A couple of cautions in the latter part of the race kept the field close as Holmes and Hensel Jr. traded paint a couple of times with Hensel Jr. taking second with three laps to go to finish second for the 4th time this season. Holmes held on to third while Brandon Welker in his first visit to NAPA WCS, came from his 9th starting slot to grab fourth as Brandon Craver filled out the top five. The ‘Summer Series’ standings stay the same with Holmes, Hensel Jr. and Daugherty still the top three.
Thirty six WQKT 104.5 Mini Stocks checked into the pits and when the night finished, Brad Hensel and his DJ Directional Services and JoyRide Transportation led all the way for his win and pull into the Summit Racing victory circle. Several cautions in the early stages of the race kept the field packed together but as the green flag waved for an extended time Hensel would set the pace as Wes Staley filled in the second position while Justin Cranmore and Jordan James would go back and forth for third. Cranmore made a last lap pass of James to claim third. Matt Miller moved up from starting 13th to fill out the top five. Cranmore, Michael Stewart, Brianna Hensel and Brad Hensel pocketed the heat wins as Corey Mills notched the last chance race. With his second place finish, Wes Staley takes the lead in the ‘Summer Series’ by three points over Matt Miller and by 5 points over Justin Cranmore.
The last ‘Summer Series’ points races for both the Lowes Super Stocks and the WQKT 104.5 Mini Stocks will happen during the Ohio Dirt Blowout on Friday and Saturday, September 22nd and 23rd.
Marisa Beckett led seven of the eight laps to win the Powder Puff race as Tiffany Carter finished second out of the nine car field.
Next Saturday night, August 19th will see the Ohio Sprint Car Series back for their third and final visit of the year as Cole Duncan and Danny Smith have won the previous two OSCS races. It will also be the last race for the Attica Raceway Park/ NAPA Wayne County Speedway Super Late Model Series as Ryan Markham leads Doug Drown by 4 points and Cody Scott by 7 markers going into next week end’s action. The Lowes Super Stocks and the WQKT 104.5 Mini Stocks will also be on the racing card. The rained out Kid’s Night will be included as all the Kid’s that had tickets from Saturday, August 5th need to bring their tickets back for the many prizes available.
The ‘Racer’s Rewards’ from the Contingency Connection were once again up for grabs for the drivers during the evening and for the yearly awards.
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Heat 1 Craig Wolford, Dave Hornikel, Charlie Duncan, JR Gentry, Brad Mickley, Tony Musolino, Ryan Eddleblute, Brett Bee, Brock Burcher, Austin Goon
Heat 2 Ryan Markham, Shane McLoughlin, Larry Bellman, Cody Scott, Jerry Aber, Jim Nicely, Matt Aber, Blaine Aber, Thomas Baker
Heat 3 Doug Drown, Matt Irey, Nathan Loney, Allan Baker, Shane Campbell, Scott Smith, Bob Fry, Jason Skelly, TJ Enos
‘B’ Main Tony Musolino, Ryan Eddleblute, Matt Aber, Blaine Aber, Brett Bee, Austin Goon, Jason Skelly, TJ Enos, Thomas Baker, Brock Burcher, Scott Smith, Jim Nicely dns, Bob Fry dns
Feature Doug Drown, Shane McLoughlin, Charlie Duncan, J R Gentry, Cody Scott, Dave Hornikel, Larry Bellman, Jerry Aber, Shane Campbell, Brad Mickley, Ryan Eddleblute, Blaine Aber, Matt Aber, Brett Bee, Matt Irey, Allan Baker, Ryan Markham, Nathan Loney, Craig Wolford dns, Tony Musolino dns
Heat 1 Paul Holmes, Dustin Daugherty, Brandon Craver, Tony Cline, Brandon Welker, Tyler Nicely, Ryan Ambrose, Paul McVicker, T A Perrine, Jordan James
Heat 2 Gary Hensel Jr., Bob Daugherty, Derek Lewton, Michael Rose, Chris Albright, Richard Grogg, Jamie Gibbs, Ryan Tope, Steve Hursey
Feature Bob Daugherty, Gary Hensel Jr., Paul Holmes, Brandon Welker, Brandon Craver, Tony Cline, Chris Albright, Michael Rose, Jamie Gibbs, Ryan Tope, Tyler Nicely, T A Perrine, Paul McVicker, Jordan James, Richard Grogg, Derek Lewton, Ryan Ambrose, Dustin Daugherty, Steve Hursey dns
Heat 1 Justin Cranmore, Wes Staley, Cory Staley, Matt Miller, Dale Beckett, Wayne Newberry, Jeff Slykhuis, Clayton Evans, Taylor Mazzoleni dns
Heat 2 Michael Stewart, Jordan James, Shawn Rush, Brent Boreman, Cory Mills, Roger Rush Sr., Randy Gibson, Dustin Bedlion, Travis Dice dns
Heat 3 Brianna Hensel, Colin Slykhuis, Brad Henderson, Keith Rush, Michael Beckert, Chip Patterson, Ryan Carder, Ken Steele, Lance Smith
Heat 4 Brad Hensel, Cliff Staley, Doug Hensel, Brad Hershberger, Stephen Crowe, Gary Hensel Jr., Jim Burns, Jessica James, Chase Beckert
‘B’ Main Cory Mills, Gary Hensel Jr., Michael Beckert, Taylor Mazzoleni, Roger Rush Sr., Dale Beckett, Chip Patterson, Jeff Slykhuis, Wayne Newbury, Jessica James, Clayton Evans, Chase Beckert, Jim Burns, Dustin Bedlion, Stephen Crowe, Randy Gibson dns, Ryan Carder dns, Ken Steele dns, Lance Smith dns, Travis Dice dns
Feature Brad Hensel, Wes Staley, Justin Cranmore, Jordan James, Matt Miller, Cliff Staley, Brent Boreman, Brad Hershberger, Keith Rush, Gary Hensel Jr., Taylor Mazzoleni, Shawn Rush, Doug Hensel, Michael Stewart, Colin Slykhuis, Cory Staley, Cory Mills, Brianna Hensel, Michael Beckert, Brad Henderson dns
Feature Marisa Beckett, Tiffany Carter, #378, Sidney Rowe, #X, Amanda Williams, Chris Lyons, Sharon Washington, Lindsay Siekemeyer

Results Aug 5th 2017

Saturday, August 5, 2017
Orrville, Ohio
By Mike Swanger

The weatherman said only 20% chance of rain on Saturday but the other 80% came true as the sky let loose of the liquid sunshine after the first heat of the Fisher Performance Sprints took the checkered flag and made the racing surface of NAPA Wayne County Speedway to wet for the rest of the evening. All tickets can be used for the rest of the season and the Kids’ Night tickets will be good on Saturday, August 19th when all the prizes for the Kid’s Night will be drawn plus the 50/50 collected from this week will be added into the August 19th drawing. The Ohio Sprint Car Series along with the final Attica Raceway Park/ NAPA Wayne County Speedway Super Late Model Challenge, the Lowes Super Stocks and the WQKT 104.5 Mini Stocks will be the racing card on Saturday, August 19th.
Next Saturday, August 12th will see the Kar Connection Super Late Models in action with the Lowes Super Stocks and the WQKT 104.5 Mini Stocks competing in round three of their ‘Summer Series’ race. Plus the Ladies can get in on the action as there will be a Powder Puff race for Ladies using the Mini Stocks. Also on tap will be Bicycle races for the Kids of all ages.
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