Aug. 27th 2016 Results

jordan ryan first win 2016

Orrville, Ohio
Saturday, August 27, 2016
By Mike Swanger

It was season championship night presented by Southeastern Equipment night at NAPA Wayne County Speedway Saturday night and like last week, rain stepped in to slow the program just after the 1st heat of the Fisher Performance Sprints took to the track. On the 1st lap of the race, Jamie Myers went off of turn two and flipped over the tires on the back stretch. He was ok and thanks to the hour plus rain delay was able to continue. The feature race came down to two races in one. The first part was for the win and then a three way battle for the track championship between Danny Mumaw, Mitch Harble and Nick Patterson. Castalia’s Jordan Ryan popped into the lead at the drop of the green flag as Nathan Skaggs pulled into second on lap 2. Cautions in the early laps slowed the pace as the action would really pick up on lap six as Skaggs started pestering Ryan for the lead as Sam Ashworth, Chris Myers and Shawn Valenti would battle for third. Skaggs would take the point on lap 18 but Ryan and his Harbach Electronics, Hochstetler Truck & Repair and McClure Motorsports #9 would come roaring back to reclaim the lead as Myers would take second with three circuits to go from Skaggs. Ryan held off a last lap charge by Myers to collect his 1st win. Skaggs finished third with Ashworth and Valenti rounded out the top five. The race for the championship had many turns and twists in it as Mumaw was the points leader but would start 13th in the feature as Harble started 7th and Patterson took the green flag from his 4th starting position. Mumaw would quickly move up as Patterson drifted back and they would be nose to tail with each other. Mumaw would almost spin and drop all the way back to 16th on lap nine, work his way back up and then spin out on lap 13 to go back to 15th as Harble was 4th and Patterson was 6th at the time. With three circuits to go, Harble was fourth but he lost two spots as Ashworth and Valenti squeezed by. Patterson was right behind Harble as Mumaw closed in the two drivers. Down the back stretch, Mumaw powered by both Harble and Patterson and as they took the white flag, Mumaw was in front of his points contenders and held on to sixth to clinch his 1st championship. Tyler Dunn, Ryan, and Chris Myers won the heat races as Roger Campbell claimed the last chance race.
Corey Conley took the outside front row starting spot and beat DJ Miller into turn one to take the lead as 7th starting Doug Drown would take second on lap three from Miller. Another driver on the move quickly was JR Gentry as in six laps he was in 4th from his 12th opening grid spot of Harriger Towing Super Late Model feature and would take third on the next lap. Points leader Brad Malcuit was in fifth as Ryan Markham was fourth and Malcuit would need stay within two place of Markham to win the title. Conley was keeping Drown at bay until he tapped the wall on lap 19 and would pull off with a flat tire on the next circuit as Drown would inherit the lead and drive away to his 7th win at NAPA WCS aboard the Hall’s Auto Sales, Nationwide Vehicle Protection and Wooster Glass #240. Gentry would end up second, his third runner up finish. Markham would finish third as Malcuit posted his fifth track championship with the 4th place finish as Rick Bond scored a fifth. Heat winners were Drown, Bond and Conley.
Streetsboro’s Tyler Thompson clinched the Action Auto Body Super Stock crown just by showing up but as a true racer, would take the lead on lap two as Bob Daugherty would take second on lap seven when Trae Schonauer would spin. Daugherty would challenge for the lead and with the white flag up in the air, Daugherty would make contact with Thompson and both would spin with Daugherty pitting for the night as Thompson would go to the pits but returned to the race in 11th. This would put Gary Hensel Jr. into the lead and the Apple Creek Driver would take the Lochevale Farms, DJ Directional Service and J & M Carpentry #28h to the Summit Racing victory circle for his second win of the season. Tyler Nicely finished second as Jordan James, Todd Sherwin and Schonauer filled out the top five. Thompson, Schonauer and Daugherty scored the heat wins.
Jamie Wrightsman of Cortland took the lead at the drop of the green flag and would lead all the way in the Kar Connection Rush Late Model main for his first ever win aboard the Hover Racing, Quaker Steak & Lube and Reese Pavement Sealing #21j. Charlie Duncan grabbed second on lap 4 but could not track down Wrightsman to finish second. Justin Chance clinched his 1st championship with his third place run. Matt Aber and Eric Wilson filled out the top five. Chance pocketed the heat race win.
Michael Rose, Chris Priebe and Wes Staley all had the lead at one time or another in the WQKT Mini Stock feature but after a lap ten caution, Killbuck’s Billy Parsons motored past Staley and drive the #4p to his first win. Brad Hensel would take second after the caution and that locked up his second track championshiop. Staley would finish third with Tyler Parsons and Matt Miller in tow. Hensel, Priebe and Miller dashed to the heat wins.
Brandon Gardner lead the way in the Flat Track cart feature
It was another night of drivers competing for the Contingency Connection Drivers Rewards program that has over $100,000 in yearly awards for the NAPA Wayne County Speedway drivers.
Next Sunday, the Arctic Cat All Star Sprints return for the fourth time this season for the Pete Jacobs Memorial that will pay the winner $10,000. The Action Auto Body Super Stocks and the Kar Connection Rush Late Models will be on the racing card also. Gates open at 3 pm with racing starting at 7 pm.
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Saturday, August 27, 2016

Heat  1  Tyler Dunn, Nick Patterson, Nathan Skaggs, Jason Dolick, Danny Mumaw, Roger Campbell, Mark Coleman, Jamie Myers, Scott Riley, Clay Riney
Heat  2  Jordan Ryan, Mitch Harble, Shawn Valenti, Shawn Hubler, Kris Davis, Troy Kingan, Brandon Conkel, Jeremy Shambaugh, Ray Miller
Heat  3  Chris Myers, DJ Foos, Sam Ashworth, Tyler Street, Shawn Minor, Dylan Kingan, Jeremy Duposki, Andy Fike, Butch Beasley
‘B’Main  Roger Campbell, Jamie Myers, Troy Kingan, Clay Riney, Dylan Kingan, Brandon Conkel, Jeremy Shambaugh, Andy Fike, Mark Coleman, Jeremy Duposki, Ray Miller dns, Butch Beasley dns
Feature  Jordan Ryan, Chris Myers, Nathan Skaggs, Sam Ashworth, Shawn Valenti, Danny Mumaw, Mitch Harble, Nick Patterson, Jamie Myers, Shawn Hubler, Roger Campbell, Tyler Dunn, Tyler Street, Troy Kingan, Kris Davis, Shawn Minor, Dylan Kingan, Jason Dolick, Clay Riney, DJ Foos

Heat  1  Doug Drown, Brian Baumberger, DJ Miller, Wayne Maffett Jr., Chuck Kimble, Andrew Myers, Ashlee Todd, Kirk Baker
Heat  2  Rick Bond, Brad Malcuit, Blaine Aber, Jim Nicely, Jason Flory, Doug Kenworthy, Alan Farris
Heat  3  Corey Conley, Ryan Markham, Larry Bellman, JR Gentry, Dave Hornikel, Cody Scott, DJ Cline, Jerry Aber
Feature  Doug Drown, JR Gentry, Ryan Markham, Brad Malcuit, Rick Bond, Larry Bellman, Dave Hornikel, Cody Scott, Kirk Baker, Brian Baumberger, Blaine Aber, Jerry Aber, Corey Conley, DJ Cline, Chuck Kimble, Doug Kenworthy, Wayne Maffett Jr., DJ Miller, Andrew Myers, Ashlee Todd, Jim Nicely

Heat  1  Tyler Thompson, Tyler Nicely, Tod Beviloqua, Don Rutt, TA Perrine, Tom Fisher, Ryan Leathers, Jordan James
Heat  2  Trae Schonauer, Gary Hensel Jr., Chris Albright, Richard Grogg, Darren Dawson, Todd Sherwin, Brandon Gardner dns, Cliff Staley dns
Heat  3  Bob Daugherty, Paul Holmes, Brandon Craver, Derek Lewton, Dustin Smith, Denny Shear, Todd Gallion, Steve Ott dns
Feature  Gary Hensel Jr., Tyler Nicely, Jordan James, Todd Sherwin, Trae Schonauer, Tod Beviloqua, Richard Grogg, Darren Dawson, Todd Gallion, Paul Holmes, Tyler Thompson, TA Perrine, Denny Shear, Tom Fisher, Bob Daugherty, Chris Albright, Derek Lewton, Brandon Craver, Ryan Leathers, Don Rutt, Dustin Smith dns

Heat  1  Justin Chance, Jamie Wrightsman, Eric Wilson, Matt Aber, Alan Dellinger, Charlie Duncan, Scott Delaney
Feature  Jamie Wrightsman, Charlie Duncan, Justin Chance, Matt Aber, Eric Wilson, Alan Dellinger, Scott Delaney

Heat  1  Brad Hensel, Billy Parsons, Stephen Crowe, Brian Tomblin, Colton Priebe, Cory Staley, Jimmy Burns, Rod Daugherty dns
Heat  2  Chris Priebe, Michael Rose, Wes Staley, Doug Hensel, Jess Hensel, Wayne Newberry, Braden Wert, Moose Workman
Heat  3  Matt Miller, Tyler Parsons, Mitch Reichard, Dakota Wells, Briana Hensel, Ron Hershey, Cidney Rowe
Feature  Billy Parsons, Brad Hensel, Wes Staley, Tyler Parsons, Matt Miller, Stephen Crowe, Dakota Wells, Cory Staley, Brian Tomblin, Jess Hensel, Ron Hershey, Moose Workman, Chris Priebe, Colton Priebe, Cidney Rowe, Jim Burns, Michael Rose, Doug Hensel, Mitch Reichard, Briana Hensel, Braden Wert, Wayne Newberry dns, Rod Daugherty dns

Heat  1  Coty Conway, Brandon Gardner, David Sheehan,  Daryl Conkel, Rod Daugherty dns, Chuck Conway dns
Feature  Brandon Gardner, Coty Conway, Daryl Conkle, Rod Daugherty, David Sheehan, Chuck Conway dns

Results Aug 20th 2016

mumaw win 2016
Orrville, Ohio
Saturday, August 20, 2016
By Mike Swanger
  Although a brief rain shower during the Fisher Performance Sprint last chance race, slowed things down momentarily, the race action was fast and furious on Santmyer Oil night at NAPA Wayne County Speedway Saturday night. The OVSCA checked into Orrville’s Historic Oval for the second time this season with 32 sprinters on hand as Nick Patterson, Brandon Spithaler, Jordan Ryan and Danny Mumaw would collect the heat wins as Clay Riney topped the last chance race. Spithaler and Dan Shetler would would lead the field to the green flag but it quickly came to a stop as the caution would fly for Mark Coleman who got turned around on the back stretch and before everyone got slowed up, Nick Patterson flipped in turn four ending his night. Patterson was second in the track points at the start of the night. On the restart, Shetler grabbed the lead with Jason Dolick right behind with Jordan Ryan and Danny Mumaw in tow. That was the running order for the first five laps as Mumaw would move past Ryan on lap six, overtake Dolick on the next circuit and did a power slide into turn three and shot past Shetler coming out of turn four on lap eight and then start to pull away. Ryan would take over third on lap ten from Dolick and move to second on the next circuit. Action slowed on lap 13 when Spithaler did a 360 spin in turn four but kept going but Jamie Myers spun and backed into the turn four guardrail trying to avoid Spithaler’s spin. The green flag waved for one more lap when track points leader Mitch Harble went for a multi time barrel roll in turn three to stop the action. Harble’s night started out rough as he was running second in his heat race and on the last lap, had the front end break and hit the guardrail in turn four. That forced him to start deep in the field of the last chance race and he earned a transfer into the feature on the next to last lap. The race would go non stop after that with Mumaw and Ryan pulling away from the rest of the field as Chris Myers was the man on the move. Starting 14th, Myers sprinter came to life after the red flag as he had moved into 6th before the red flag but on the restart, quickly jumped into third. With the race winding down Mumaw would slice his way through some of the back markers as Ryan could not make a run at the Wooster driver and Mumaw would put the ABR Farms, FinishLine Autobody and Finzer Farms #16 in victory lane for the second time this season and go from third to first in the NAPA WCS point standing with season championships on tap for next week. Chris Myers finished third with Dolick collecting 4th as Jamie Myers recovered from his spin to take fifth.
   It was déjà vu again in the Harriger Towing Super Late Model feature as Wooster’s Doug Drown started fourth but had the lead before the field completed one lap. JR Gentry and Brad Malcuit would start on the front row and they would stay side by side but Drown would slice right between the two coming out of turn four and take the lead. Gentry would stay close for the next couple of laps but Drown and his Hall’s Auto Sales, Wooster Glass and Kar Connection #240 would drive away to his 6th win of the year. Gentry would cruise to a second as the race for third was a tight one as points leader Brad Malcuit was in a dogfight with Ryan Markham, who is second in the points and just 20 markers behind Malcuit. Markham could pull along side Malcuit several times in the corners but Malcuit would hold him off down the straight aways to claim second and now have a 22 point lead going into next weeks double points championship battle. Cody Scott was right behind Malcuit and Markham to claim fifth. Drown and Larry Bellman, who was celebrating a birthday, won the heats.
   After a couple of aborted starts, the Kar Connection Rush Late Models rolled non stop to the finish as Hermitage Pa’s Alan Dellinger out hustled points leader Justin Chance into turn one and drove away aboard the Sarchione Chevrolet and BWR #8 for his first win of the season. Dave Airgood overtook Chance on lap three to finish second in front of Chance as heat winners Charlie Duncan and Kyle Harper, in his 1st trip to NAPA WCS, filled out the top five.
  Grabbing the lead from his outside front row starting spot, Canton’s Paul Holmes would go flag to flag to win his fifth Action Auto Body Super Stock feature of the season. Points leader Tyler Thompson started 6th and moved into second on lap two and spent all race hounding Holmes for the lead and was able to get side by side a couple of times but could never wrestle the lead away from the #68 of Holmes. Two drivers had their best finishes of the year as Cliff Staley finished third with Tod Beviloqua coming from his 10th starting position to post a fourth place finish as Gary Hensel Jr., who started 11th, rounded out the top five. Heat winners were Staley and Thompson.
   Billy Parsons would set the pace for the opening five laps of the WQKT Sports Country 104.5 Mini Stock feature but 7th starting Brad Hensel had picked his way through the field and took over the lead on lap 6 and then held off Chris Priebe the final two laps to pocket his sixth win of the season aboard the Smithville based M & S Concrete, DJ Directional Services and JoyRide Transportation #28 and strengthen his point lead. Priebe finished second with Parsons in third follwed by Doug Hensel and Mitch Reichard. Securing the heat wins were Parsons and Priebe.
   Brandon Gardner swept the action in the Flat Track Carts.
   Contingency Connection’s Drivers Rewards of over $100,000 were once again being pursued by the drivers for the night and yearly awards from many National Manufacturer’s.
   Season Championships will be decided next Saturday night, August 27th, with track championships and battles for top ten finishes in the points up for grabs in all class’
   Check out the website at for the upcoming events at the track. Up dated points will be released on Monday.
Saturday, August 20, 2016
Heat   1   Nick Patterson, Troy Kingan, Mark Coleman, Brian Benson, Jeremy Duposki, Brandon Conkel, Mitch Harble, Adam Tippett
Heat   2   Brandon Spithaler, Dan Shetler, Jamie Myers, Chris Myers, Clay Riney, Dave Dickson, Kris Davis, Dylan Kingan
Heat   3   Jordan Ryan, Dean Jacobs, Wayne McPeek, Zach Morrow, Aaron Middaugh, Lance Webb, Shawn Hubler, Rick Holley
Heat   4   Danny Mumaw, Jason Dolick, Tyler Dunn, Bob Tucker, Shawn Minor, Randy Fink, Ray Miller, Roger Campbell
‘B’Main   Clay Riney, Aaron Middaugh, Mitch Harble, Brandon Conkle, Dave Dickson, Shawn Hubler, Roger Campbell, Jeremy Duposki, Kris Davis, Randy Fink, Lance Webb, Shawn Minor, Rick Holley, Ray Miller, Adam Tippett dns, Dylan Kingan dns
Feature   Danny Mumaw, Jordan Ryan, Chris Myers, Jason Dolick, Jamie Myers, Dan Shetler, Wayne McPeek, Clay Riney, Mark Coleman, Troy Kingan, Aaron Middaugh, Tyler Dunn, Zach Morrow, Bob Tucker, Brandon Conkel, Brian Benson, Brandon Spithaler, Mitch Harble, Dean Jacobs, Nick Patterson
Heat   1   Doug Drown, Rick Bond, Cody Scott, Kirk Baker, Al Farriss, Kent Brewer, Jason Skelly, Ashlee Todd
Heat   2   Larry Bellman, Ryan Markham, Brad Malcuit, JR Gentry, Blaine Aber, Jim Nicely, Jerry Aber
Feature   Doug Drown, JR Gentry, Brad Malcuit, Ryan Markham, Cody Scott, Larry Bellman, Rick Bond, Kirk Baker, Kent Brewer, Blaine Aber, Ashlee Todd, Jason Skelly, Jerry Aber, Jim Nicely, Al Farriss
Heat   1   Cliff Staley, Jordan James, Brandon Craver, Chris Albright, Tyler Nicely, Gary Hensel Jr,, Tom Fisher, Brandon Gardner
Heat   2   Tyler Thompson, Paul Holmes, Ryan Leathers, Todd Gallion, Tod Beviloqua, Todd Sherwin, Steve Ott, Don Rutt
Feature   Paul Holmes, Tyler Thompson, Cliff Staley, Tod Beviloqua, Gary Hensel Jr., Brandon Craver, Todd Gallion, Chris Albright, Ryan Leathers, Don Rutt, Todd Sherwin, Steve Ott, Tom Fisher, Tyler Nicely, Jordan James, Brandon Gardner dns
Heat   1   Kyle Harper, Alan Dellinger, Hiram Bachmann, Justin Chance, Scott Delaney, Chuck Kimble
Heat   2   Charlie Duncan, Matt Aber, Dave Airgood, Josh Stoica, Jamie Wrightsman, Bob Fry
Feature   Alan Dellinger, Dave Airgood, Justin Chance, Charlie Duncan, Kyle Harper, Matt Aber, Josh Stoica, Hiram Bachmann, Bob Fry, Scott Delaney, Jamie Wrightsman, Chuck Kimble dns
Heat   1   Billy Parsons, Stephen Crowe, Doug Hensel, Rich McMullen, Michael Rose, Brent Boreman, Colton Priebe, Briana Hensel, Ken Steele, Dale Beckett
Heat   2   Chris Priebe, Moose Workman, Brad Hensel, Braden Wert, Mitch Reichard, Jess Hensel, Dakota Wells, Jim Burns, Brian Tomblin, Wes Staley
Feature   Brad Hensel, Chris Priebe, Billy Parsons, Doug Hensel, Mitch Reichard, Colton Priebe, Braden Wert, Brent Boreman, Briana Hensel, Jess Hensel, Jim Burns, Brian Tomblin, Wes Staley, Moose Workman, Stephen Crowe, Ken Steele, Rich McMullen, Dakota Wells, Dale Beckett dns, Michael Rose dns
Heat   1   Brandon Gardner, Coty Conway, Daryl Conkle, Chuck Conway, David Sheehan
Feature   Brandon Gardner, Daryl Conkel, Coty Conway, Chuck Conway, David Sheehan


Orrville, Ohio
Saturday, August 6, 2016
By Mike Swanger
As the last month of the regular season starts up at NAPA Wayne County Speedway, the points battle for the championships are close and the racing Saturday night continues that way also. On Twin State Auto Racing club night, the Fisher Performance Sprints kicked off the action with Jordan Ryan taking his pole position starting spot and grabbing the lead but a red flag for outside front row starter Shawn Hubler on the start of lap two stopped the action. On the restart, Ryan would quickly open up a gap from Jason Dolick and Newark’s Mitch Harble with Harble taking second on lap four and slowly reel in Ryan. A caution on lap 15 grouped the field together and as the green flag waved again, Harble and the Kempthorn Auto Mall, Fire & Ice Pub and Simpson & Ham Signs #38k, used the high side of the track and powered past Ryan coming out of turn two on the 18th circuit and sped away for his second win of the season. Jamie Myers made a late charge to overtake Ryan for second with three laps to go as Danny Mumaw picked his way through the field to claim fourth from his 14th starting spot. Dolick would fend off Nick Patterson for fifth. Heat winners were Harble and Myers.
  Last weeks winner and points leader Brad Malcuit would outrace fellow heat winner and pole sitter Doug Drown, of Wooster, into turn one on the start of the Harriger Towing Super Late Model feature and led the way for the first 8 laps when Drown motored by coming out turn four to take the point on lap 9 and the Hall’s Auto Sales, Kar Connection and Wooster Glass # 240 would drive away for his fifth win of the year at NAPA WCS. The uninterrupted feature finished with Ryan Markham in third followed by JR Gentry and Cody Scott.
  Eric Eicholtz started on the pole of the Action Auto Body Super Stock Main and lead the first lap but the front end of his car broke before he started lap two ending his race. Bob Daugherty would inherit the top spot with Cliff Staley and Canton’s Paul Holmes in tow. With the green flag out again, Holmes wasted no time as he went to the high side of turn one and two and leapfrogged over Staley and Daugherty for the top spot. Points leader Tyler Thompson would also get by Staley, who would cause a caution on the third lap as Tyler Nicely would take over fourth. Daugherty was looking at every angle to try to reclaim the lead from Holmes and was able to pull alongside going down the backstretch on the white flag lap but the yellow waved to negate that move. The final lap would see Holmes and his #68 machine hold off Daugherty’s last charge as Holmes collected his 4th win this season. Gary Hensel Jr. came from his 15th starting position and came up short of taking third from Thompson as Jordan James pocketed fifth. Staley, Holmes and Daugherty scored the heat wins.
  The Kar Connection Rush Late Model feature was a nail biter of a race as the top five were all within three car lengths of each other for the majority of the race with Alan Dellinger leading the opening two laps when first time visitor Jason Fosnaught took over for a lap before Millersburg’s Charlie Duncan took over for a lap before Fosnaught reclaimed the point. Dellinger, points leader Justin Chance and Matt Aber joined the two front runners as they swapped positions every lap. Duncan and his Hall’s Auto Sales, Kar Connection and Auto Pro #240 would keep harassing Fosnaught by using the low groove and finally grabbed the lead on lap 14. Aber was charging hard in third place but on lap 16 made contact with Fosnaught and sent him spinning to bring out the caution as Aber was sent to the tail. The double file restart would have both Dellinger and Chance slipping past Fosnaught with Duncan pulling away with the lead. Dellinger kept Chance at bay on the last lap to finish in the runner up position as Aber charged back to take fifth behind Fosnaught. Heat wins went to Aber and Dellinger.
  The last race of the night was the ‘Summer Series’ race presented by All American Excavating for the WQKT Mini Stocks. Killbuck’s Chris Priebe would lead every lap for his first win but it was highly contested all race long. Moose Workman was the first to make the challenge for the lead as he gave way to points leader Brad Hensel. His run at the lead only lasted one lap as he went off the back straight away into the retaining tire to end his night while Workman pulled off before the race went back to green. A caution flag with two laps to go put the field in double file alignment and as the race restarted a lot of contact was made between the front runners but everyone kept going with Doug Hensel and Rod Daugherty momentarily getting past Priebe but he regrouped and shot by those to coming out of turn two and recapture the lead and grab the checker flag. Daugherty edged out Doug Hensel for second as Mitch Reichard and Wes Staley filled out the top five. Priebe, Brad Hensel and Daugherty notched the heat wins.
  The Contingency Connection Racer Rewards worth over $100,000 for the year and the drivers were also competing for the weekly amount of awards again last night at NAPA WCS.
  Next Saturday night, August 13 will see a double header of Sprint Car action as the Fisher Performance Sprints and the BOSS Wingless Sprints will be in action along with a ‘Summer Series’ race for the Kar Connection Rush Late Models and the Action Auto Body Super Stocks on the racing card. The Harriger Towing Super Late Models and the WQKT Mini Stock have the night off.
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Saturday, August 6, 2016
Heat   1   Mitch Harble, Shawn Hubler, Nick Patterson, Tyler Dunn, Aaron Middaugh, Rick Holley, Jeremy Duposki, Dylan Kingan
Heat   2   Jamie Myers, Jordan Ryan, Jason Dolick, Jim Taddeo, Troy Kingan, Shawn Minor, Danny Mumaw, Kris Davis dns
Feature   Mitch Harble, Jamie Myers, Jordan Ryan, Danny Mumaw, Jason Dolick, Nick Patterson, Aaron Middaugh, Jim Taddeo, Tyler Dunn, Troy Kingan, Jeremy Duposki, Kris Davis, Shawn Minor, Dylan Kingan, Rick Holley, Shawn Hubler
Heat   1   Doug Drown, Jim Nicely, Jerry Aber, Kirk Baker, Blaine Aber, Jason Skelly
Heat   2   Brad Malcuit, JR Gentry, Ryan Markham, Cody Scott, Larry Bellman, Rick Bond
Feature   Doug Drown, Brad Malcuit, Ryan Markham, JR Gentry, Cody Scott, Rick Bond, Jerry Aber, Blaine Aber, Larry Bellman, Kirk Baker, Jim Nicely, Jason Skelly
Heat   1   Cliff Staley, Tyler Nicely, Jordan James, Don Rutt, Dustin Daugherty, Gary Hensel Jr.
Heat   2   Paul Holmes, Eric Eicholtz, Jim Nicely, Tod Beviloqua, Bubba Smith, Chris Albright
Heat   3   Bob Daugherty, Chase Alexander, Tyler Thompson, Todd Sherwin, Brandon Craver, Ryan Leathers dns
Feature   Paul Holmes, Bob Daugherty, Tyler Thompson, Gary Hensel Jr., Jordan James, Brandon Craver, Bubba Smith, Todd Sherwin, Chris Albright, Tyler Nicely, Tod Beviloqua, Cliff Staley, Jim Nicely, Ryan Leathers, Don Rutt, Eric Eicholtz, Dustin Daugherty dns
Heat   1   Matt Aber, Charlie Duncan, Justin Chance, Greg Beach, Mike Swansiger, Bob Fry
Heat   2   Alan Dellinger, Jason Fosnaught, Mitch Basich, Scott Delaney, Josh Stoica
Feature   Charlie Duncan, Alan Dellinger, Justin Chance, Jason Fosnaught, Matt Aber, Greg Beach, Bob Fry, Scott Delaney, Mike Swansiger, Josh Stoica, Mitch Basich
Heat   1   Chris Priebe, Moose Workman, Doug Hensel, Braden Wert, Briana Hensel, Rick Bays
Heat   2   Brad Hensel, Mitch Reichard, Wes Staley, Corey Staley, Jess Hensel, Brian Tomblin
Heat   3   Rod Daugherty, Stephen Crowe, Ken Steele, Jim Burns, Colton Priebe, Richard Retton
Feature   Chris Priebe, Rod Daugherty, Doug Hensel, Mitch Reichard, Wes Staley, Stephen Crowe, Braden Wert, Briana Hensel, Jess Hensel, Jim Burns, Ken Steele, Corey Staley, Rick Bays, Moose Workman, Brad Hensel, Richard Retton, Brian Tomblin, Colton Priebe dns

July 30th 2016 Results

Orrville, Ohio
Saturday, July 30, 2016
By Mike Swanger
  Despite heavy rain showers in the late afternoon, the Flory’s decided to go ahead with the racing program Saturday night and the track crew did a great job of getting the race surface of Orrville’s Historic Oval into great racing shape on McDonald’s and Hall’s Auto Sales night. The Ohio Sprint Car Series made their second visit of the year to NAPA WCS as the 28 sprinters were led in qualifying by Carson Macedo’s lap of 14.178 seconds. Picking off the heat wins were Dean Jacobs, Danny Mumaw, Jac Haudenschild, who with Nick Patterson, who is the Fisher Performance points leader at NAPA WCS, put on a crowd standing race as they went back and forth with slide jobs on each other before Haudenschild would win, and Dominic Scelzi. Ryan Broughton captured the last chance win. The 25 lap feature would be brought to the green flag by Patterson and Cole Duncan but quickly came to a stop when Macedo got sideways in turn two with Troy Kingan making contact and flipped. He was ok. Macedo and Broughton both went to the pits for repairs and returned on the tail of the field. As the race restarted, Cole Duncan grabbed the lead with Patterson in second but Haudenschild quickly moved past Patterson on lap three from his 7th starting position and closed in on Duncan. The caution would wave on lap 6 as fifth running Mumaw came to a stop in turn four and at the same time, Patterson, who was still third, pulled off with mechanical problems. Back to green flag action, Duncan could not shake Haudenschild as they pulled away from the pack until a lap 16 yellow for Mumaw again but the big happening during this was that Haudenschild’s motor went sour and he would pull off, ending his chance at repeating his July 2nd win at NAPA WCS. This would move Danny Smith into second with Scelzi in third. As the green returned, Duncan would pull away and the Lockbourne driver would put the Helms Construction and I.S.P.C. #22 into the OSCS victory lane for the third time this season. Smith would hold off Scelzi until the last lap when Scelzi nipped him at the finish line for second. Jacobs would take fourth as 11th starting Wayne McPeek finished out the top five.
   Jerry Aber would grab the opening lap lead of the Harriger Towing Super Late Model main but Strasburg’s Brad Malcuit would power past on the next circuit and open up a good lead until a lap 8 caution for Jason Skelly. Ryan Markham had been picking his way through the field from his 7th starting spot and was in third behind Aber when the caution flew. With the green lights back on, Markham made quick work of Aber, who would slow the action with a spin on lap 11. From that point on to the checkered flag, Malcuit and his Malcuit Tavern and Malcuit Engines #79 would fend off every move that Markham made. Trying the highside and the low groove, Markham could pull alongside in turns two and four but Malcuit would out gas him down the straightaways for his 1st win. JR Gentry took third from Larry Bellman with six circuits to go as with Kirk Baker claiming fifth. Malcuit and Markham scored the heat wins.
  In a season that has been a struggle for the defending track champion, Millersburg’s Charlie Duncan put it all together Saturday night as he went flag to flag for his first Kar Connection Rush Late Model win of the year. Driving the Hall’s Auto Sales, Kar Connection and Auto Pro #240 Duncan would lead by a straightaway for most of the race as two time winner Eric Wilson and Matt Aber who won two weeks ago, dueled for second. Aber would claim second with five to go but all he could do was close the gap a little bit on Duncan. Wilson would keep third as heat winner Alan Dellinger was fourth and points leader Justin Chance was fifth.
   Canton’s Paul Holmes would pop into the lead of the Action Auto Body Super Stock feature at the drop of the green flag but the action would come to a screeching halt as the pack went into turn one starting lap three. Seven cars got tangled up that would eliminate Eric Eicholtz, Chase Alexander, Bob Daugherty, Darren Dawson, Nick Smith and Brandon Craver as Chris Albright was the only one able to continue. On the restart, Holmes would pull away in his #68 as the battle was on for second between Dustin Daugherty, points leader Tyler Thompson and Cliff Staley. Thompson would power past Daugherty with six laps to go but could not track down Holmes. Daugherty and Staley would flip flop positions until Daugherty would claim third for good with three circuits to go. Gary Hensel Jr. rounded out the top five after beginning 12th. Thompson, Brandon Gardner and Chase Alexander topped the heat races.
  Doug Hensel took the lead of the WQKT Mini Stock main from his outside front row starting position for the opening three laps when two time winner Dale Beckett would take over the lead. His lead would last three laps as Smithville’s Brad Hensel would take over. Hensel would the pilot the M & S Concrete, Joy Ride Transportation and DJ Directional Service #28 to victory circle for the fifth time this season and expand his points lead. Colton St John and Chris Priebe would also get by Beckett on lap seven and would hound Hensel for the top spot but never could get by St John would be the runner up as Priebe settled for third followed by Beckett and Mitch Reichard. Heat winners were Brad Hensel, Michael Workman and Beckett as Braden Wert took the last chance win.
   Brandon Gardner was the winner of the Flat Track Cart feature.
   Drivers were once again chasing after over $100,000 of yearly prizes in the Contingency Connection Racer Rewards programs.
   Racing continues next Saturday, August 6 with all regular divisions in action with the WQKT Mini Stocks competing for their next to last Summer Series race. Check the website out at for all the latest on the speedway.
Saturday, July 30, 2016
Fast Qualifier   Carson Macedo   14.178 seconds
Heat   1   Dean Jacobs, Carson Macedo, Shawn Hubler, Troy Kingan, Josh Davis, Brandon Conkel, Tyler Dunn
Heat   2   Danny Mumaw, Danny Smith, Jordan Ryan, Clay Riney, Nate Reeser, Ryan Broughton, Butch Beasley
Heat   3   Jac Haudenschild, Nick Patterson, Wayne McPeek, Ryan Myers, David Smith, Dylan Kingan, Ray Miller
Heat   4   Dominic Scelzi, Cole Duncan, Jason Dolick, Mitch Harble, George Prosser, Kris Davis, Cecil Lane dns
‘B’Main   Ryan Broughton, Josh Davis, David Smith, Brandon Conkel, Tyler Dunn, Nate Reeser, George Prosser, Kris Davis, Dylan Kingan, Butch Beasley, Cecil Lane dns
Feature   Cole Duncan, Dominic Scelzi, Danny Smith, Dean Jacobs, Wayne McPeek, Carson Macedo, Jordan Ryan, Mitch Harble, Ryan Broughton, Jason Dolick, Clay Riney, Shawn Hubler, Ryan Myers, Danny Mumaw, David Smith, Jac Haudenschild, Brandon Conkel, Nick Patterson, Josh Davis, Troy Kingan
Heat   1   Brad Malcuit, Craig Wolford, Larry Bellman, Rick Bond, Blaine Aber, Jim Nicely, Brandon Leyda
Heat   2   Ryan Markham, JR Gentry, Kirk Baker, Jerry Aber, Jason Skelly, Andrew Myers
Feature   Brad Malcuit, Ryan Markham, JR Gentry, Larry Bellman, Kirk Baker, Rick Bond, Craig Wolford, Jim Nicely, Blaine Aber, Jerry Aber, Jason Skelly, Brandon Leyda, Andrew Myers
Heat   1   Alan Dellinger, Eric Wilson, Charlie Duncan, Justin Chance, Matt Aber, Josh Stoica, Scott Delaney
Feature   Charlie Duncan, Matt Aber, Eric Wilson, Alan Dellinger, Justin Chance, Scott Delaney, Josh Stoica
Heat   1   Tyler Thompson, Tyler Nicely, Dustin Daugherty, Chris Albright, Don Baney, Nick Smith, Tod Beviloqua
Heat   2   Brandon Gardner, Paul Holmes, Todd Sherwin, Brad Eagle, Don Rutt, Steve Ott, Tom Fisher dns
Heat   3   Chase Alexander, Eric Eicholtz, Cliff Staley, Gary Hensel Jr., Darren Dawson, Jordan James, Brandon Craver, Bob Daugherty
Feature   Paul Holmes, Tyler Thompson, Dustin Daugherty, Cliff Staley, Gary Hensel Jr., Todd Sherwin, Tyler Nicely, Chris Albright, Tod Beviloqua, Steve Ott, Brad Eagle, Don Rutt, Tom Fisher, Chase Alexander, Don Baney, Nick Smith, Eric Eicholtz, Bob Daugherty, Brandon Craver, Darren Dawson, Brandon Gardner, Jordan James dns
Heat   1   Brad Hensel, Mitch Reichard, Chris Priebe, Stephen Crowe, Zach Chaffin, Braden Wert, Cory Mills, Cory Staley, Rick Bays
Heat   2   Michael Workman, Colton St. John, Doug Hensel, Brian Dawson, Jess Hensel, Briana Hensel, Jim Burns, Ken Steele
Heat   3   Dale Beckett, Matt Miller, Dakota Wells, Colton Priebe, Wes Staley, Brent Boreman, Brian Tomblin, Richard Retton
‘B’Main   Braden Wert, Cory Mills, Jim Burns, Brian Tomblin, Briana Hensel, Ken Steele, Brent Boreman, Rick Bays, Richard Retton dns, Cory Staley dns
Feature   Brad Hensel, Colton St.John, Chris Priebe, Dale Beckett, Mitch Reichard, Colton Priebe, Stephen Crowe, Brian Dawson, Matt Miller, Dakota Wells, Jess Hensel, Brian Tomblin, Jim Burns, Briana Hensel, Doug Hensel, Wes Staley, Michael Workman, Braden Wert, Cory Mills, Zach Chaffin dns
Feature   Brandon Gardner, Daryl Conkle, #21, Ethan Rutherford