July 23rd Results 2016

moran 2016
Orrville, Ohio
Saturday, July 23, 2016
By Mike Swanger
  The racing on the track was as hot as the temperature with action very competitive for the 2nd annual STARS Buckeye Late Model speedweek show with a $4,000 to win Don Gross Memorial. The night would start out with Doug Drown setting the fast time for the second night in a row as last years winner, Duane Chamberlain, Max Blair and Devin Moran, who would come from fourth place, after having a wild qualifying attempt that nearly rolled his car, would score the heat wins with Aussie Paul Stubber topping the last chance race. Five time track champion Ryan Markham and Rod Conley would bring the field to the green flag of the 40 lap feature as Drown would move right into second as he and Markham would go back and forth for the first 4 circuits with Markham scored the leader at the line each lap. Chamberlain would back it a three car battle for the couple of laps when the caution would fly for opening night winner, Tyler Carpenter, who had a flat tire. Chamberlain would take second on lap 11 and flirted with the lead but Markham would continue to be the leader. The caution would once again wave on lap 15 for Brad Malcuit. The line up would stay status quo on the restart until lap 22 when Drown would reclaim 2nd from Chamberlain as Moran would start to become a factor as he took third from Chamberlain and two laps later swiped second from Drown as Jeff Babcock moved ahead of Chamberlain on lap 27. After setting the pace for the opening 28 laps, Markham lost the lead to Moran on lap 29, who would start to pull away as Babcock would move into third in front of Drown. As Moran went down the back stretch on lap 33, he slowed and came to a stop on the front stretch with a broken rear end. Markham would re inherit the lead with Babcock on his rear bumper as tenth starting Zach Dohm was putting the heat on Drown for third and took that position away with four laps to go. Up front, Babcock would do a slider move on Markham in turns three and four as the white flag was in the air. Heading around for the last time, Babcock would hold off Markham’s last move and put the Wayne, Ohio based Best Performance Motorsports, Bulk Material Lift .com and  CRE/Rocket #7b into victory circle. Markham would finish second with Dohm in third as Drown claimed fourth. Corey Conley was fifth.
  After a couple of rain outs, the OVSCA Sprints made their first visit to NAPA WCS as Mitch Harble would take the lead from his outside pole position as Fremont’s DJ Foos would grab second from his 5th starting spot. Foos would waste little time taking over the point, as he took the lead on lap three and opened up a comfortable lead as Jordan Ryan worked his way past Harble on lap nine. The caution flag waved on lap 17 as track points leader Danny Mumaw and Chris Myers were involved in a spin with Mumaw going on the hook to end his night as Myers was able to continue. With the race back to green, Ryan made an early run at Foos for the lead, who would pull away aboard the General Contractors, Fremont Fab and Kistler Engines #23. Harble held on to third with Brandon Conkel and Andre Layfield filling out the top five. Harble, Layfield and Ryan posted the heat wins with Nick Patterson besting the last chance race.
  Last weeks winner Bob Daugherty and 5 time winner and points leader Tyler Thompson would bring the Action Auto Body Super Stocks to the green flag with Daugherty seizing the lead. After a couple of cautions in the opening laps, Daugherty of Mansfield would separate himself from the field as Paul Holmes and Chase Alexander would power past Thompson on lap four for second and third. A yellow on lap 11 would bunch the field back up, but Daugherty and his Char’s Cars, McKenzie Concrete and Innovative Graphics #21d would once again pull away. Tyler Nicely slid past Thompson for fourth on the restart and on the next circuit around Orrville’s Historic Oval, Alexander took second from Holmes but could not track down Daugherty in the closing laps. Holmes held off Nicely for third as Thompson settled for fifth. Both Daugherty and Thompson won their fourth heat races of the season.
   Contingency Connection’s Racer Rewards nightly awards plus the yearly awards that total over $100,000 were once again being competed for by the drivers at NAPA WCS.
   Next Saturday night, July 30, will Be Kids Night with many activities and prizes going on for the kids. Watch the website at www.waynecountyspeedway.com and facebbok/waynecountyspeedway for all the things happening for the kids. Racing action will see the Ohio Sprint Car Series in the spot light with a $2,500 to win feature. Jac Haudenschild was the winner of the July 2nd race at NAPA WCS. The Harriger Towing Super Late Models, the Kar Connection Rush Late Models, the Action Auto Body Super Stocks, the WQKT Sports Country 104.5 Mini Stocks and the Flat Track Carts all will be in action also. Gates will open at 3 pm.
Saturday, July 23, 2016
Fast Qualifier  Doug Drown  17.131 seconds
Heat   1   Duane Chamberlain, Doug Drown, Rick Bond, Zach Dohm, Chris Shannon, JR Gentry, Jerry Aber, Kirk Baker, Jim Nicely
Heat   2   Max Blair, Ryan Markham, Corey Conley, Tyler Carpenter, Jason Montgomery, Brad Malcuit, Paul Stubber, Blaine Aber, Jeremy Berwanger
Heat   3   Devin Moran, Rod Conley, Jeff Babcock, Jeremy Misel, Allan Baker, Scott Smith, Larry Bellman, Jason Skelly
‘B’Main   Paul Stubber, Kirk Baker, Larry Bellman, Jim Nicely, Blaine Aber, Jerry Aber, Jason Skelly
Don Gross Memorial Feature   Jeff Babcock, Ryan Markham, Zach Dohm, Doug Drown, Corey Conley, Tyler Carpenter, Duane Chamberlain, Max Blair, Jason Montgomery, Rod Conley, Chris Shannon, Brad Malcuit, Rick Bond, Paul Stubber, Jeremy Misel, Kirk Baker, Jim Nicely, Larry Bellman, Devin Moran, Scott Smith, Blaine Aber, Allan Baker, JR Gentry, Jerry Aber
Heat   1   Mitch Harble, Roger Campbell, Brandon Conkel, Dave Dickson, Dylan Kingan, Kris Davis, Butch Beasley, Andy Fike
Heat   2   Andre Layfield, Danny Mumaw, DJ Foos, Chris Myers, Clay Riney, Nick Patterson, Troy Kingan, Lane Cecil
Heat   3   Jordan Ryan, Jason Dolick, George Prosser, Shawn Hubler, Randy Fink, Tyler Dunn, Jamie Myers dns
‘B’Main   Nick Patterson, Troy Kingan, Tyler Dunn, Kris Davis, Butch Beasley, Andy Fike, Lane Cecil, Jamie Myers dns
Feature   DJ Foos, Jordan Ryan, Mitch Harble, Brandon Conkel, Andre Layfield, Dave Dickson, Roger Campbell, Nick Patterson, Shawn Hubler, Jason Dolick, George Prosser, Troy Kingan, Chris Myers, Clay Riney, Tyler Dunn, Randy Fink, Kris Davis, Butch Beasley, Dylan Kingan, Danny Mumaw
Heat   1   Tyler Thompson, Gary Hensel Jr., Chase Alexander, Jim Nicely, Darren Dawson, Tom Fisher, Steve Ott, Jordan James
Heat   2   Bob Daugherty, Paul Holmes, Brandon Craver, Tyler Nicely, Brad Eagle, Don Rutt, Richard Grogg, Tod Beviloqua
Feature   Bob Daugherty, Chase Alexander, Paul Holmes, Tyler Nicely, Tyler Thompson, Gary Hensel Jr., Darren Dawson, Brad Eagle, Jim Nicely, Tod Beviloqua, Richard Grogg, Brandon Craver, Jordan James, Tom Fisher, Don Rutt, Steve Ott dns

July 16th 2016 Results


Orrville, Ohio
Saturday, July 16, 2016
By Mike Swanger

On a beautiful night with the track surface of NAPA Wayne County Speedway again in smooth and fast condition, the WQKT Sports Country 104.5 Mini Stocks were the highlight class of the night with $1,000 waiting the winner of the 20 lap race and racing their 3rd ‘Summer Series’ points race. Michael Workman would set the pace for the opening two circuits from his pole position starting spot but would give way to Dale Beckett, the first ‘Summer Series’ winner, on lap three as Smithville’s Brad Hensel would move into second at the same time with Chris Priebe in tow. Hensel would swipe the lead away from Beckett on the fourth lap but Beckett regained the point on the next trip around and hold the top spot until lap 18 when his car began to sputter. That would allow Hensel and his JoyRide Transportation, DJ Directional Services and M&S Concrete #28 to take over with Priebe right behind. As they came out of turn four with the checkered flag up, Priebe made a move to the inside of Hensel but came up short. For Hensel, it was his second ‘Summer Series’ win, his fourth win of the season and expand his points lead. Mike Barr came from his 12th starting position to grab third as Beckett dropped to fourth with Zach Chaffin scoring a fifth. Stephen Crowe, Workman, and Chaffin notched the heat wins as Matt Miller was the last chance winner. Thanks to Drown Racing, Staley Racing and Hensel Racing for supporting this race.
Wooster’s Doug Drown would hold off early challenges from JR Gentry and Ryan Markham and then pull away aboard the Hall’s Auto Sales, Kar Connection and Wooster Glass #240 to tally his fourth win in a row in the Harriger Towing Super Late Model feature. Markham would run second with points leader Brad Malcuit taking third from Gentry on lap three and holding that position to the finish as Gentry finished fourth. Rick Bond would out duel Larry Bellman for fifth. Heat winners were Drown and Bond.
Last year’s Kar Connection Rush Late Model champion Charlie Duncan won the heat race and took control of the feature race from the outside pole position for the first five laps. On the restart of the lap 6 following a caution for Josh Stoica, Duncan would get sideways coming out of turn two in front of the field and would collect Bob Fry, Scott Delaney and Stoica, who took a big hit as he went off the backstretch and went nose first into the big tractor tires. All drivers were ok but the cars were not as all four had to be assisted from the track. Points leader Justin Chance would inherit the lead with Wooster’s Matt Aber in his tire tracks as both were dusting off the guardrail in turn one and two. As the two went down the back stretch on lap 14, Aber would put a crowd standing slide job on Chance in turns three and four and steal the lead away and put the #31 in victory circle. Chance had the right rear tire lose pressure as Mitch Basich would take second in his season debut. Chance limped to finish third as Allan Dellinger would finished fourth while Stoica was scored fifth.
The Action Auto Body Super Stocks were also running a ‘Summer Series’ race and before the race started, scheduled pole sitter Gary Hensel Jr. had to pull off with mechanical issues giving the pole position to Mansfield’s Bob Daugherty. Driving the Char’s Cars, McKenzie Concrete and Met’s Machine Shop ‪#‎21d‬ would go flag to flag for his first win of the season at NAPA WCS. Two time feature winner Paul Holmes pulled into second on lap two from his 7th starting spot. It took points leader and five time winner Tyler Thompson five circuits to take third from his gris starting spot of 8th as both could not catch up to Daugherty. Tyler Nicely and Brandon Craver were putting on a show for fourth in the last half of the race with Nicely edging out Craver for fourth and Craver getting fifth. Nicely and Daugherty paced the heat races.
Brandon Gardner led all the way to win the Flat Track Cart feature over heat winner Daryl Conkle and Mark Rutherford and Ethan Rutherford.
Contingency Connection’s Racer Awards were collected by drivers on Saturday night while year long awards with a total of over $100, 000 are competed for weekly at NAPA WCS.
The second annual Buckeye Dirt Week for the Super Late Models will head into NAPA Wayne County Speedway next Saturday night, July 23 for the Don Gross Memorial paying $4,000 to the winner. Duane Chamberlain was the winner of last years race. The OVSCA Sprints and the Action Auto Body Super Stocks are on the evening racing card also.
It’s www.waynecountyspeedway.com to find out all the information about the track.

Saturday, July 16, 2016
Heat 1 Doug Drown, Brad Malcuit, Ryan Markham, Kirk Baker, Jerry Aber, Levi Flesher, Jason Skelly
Heat 2 Rick Bond, JR Gentry, Larry Bellman, Blaine Aber, Jim Nicely, Nate Potts
Feature Doug Drown, Ryan Markham, Brad Malcuit, JR Gentry, Rick Bond, Larry Bellman, Kirk Baker, Blaine Aber, Jim Nicely, Nate Potts, Jerry Aber, Levi Flesher dns, Jason Skelly dns

Heat 1 Charlie Duncan, Allan Dellinger, Justin Chance, Matt Aber, Mitch Basich, Bob Fry, Scott Delaney, Josh Stoica
Feature Matt Aber, Mitch Basich, Justin Chance, Allan Dellinger, Josh Stoica, Scott Delaney, Bob Fry, Charlie Duncan

Heat 1 Tyler Nicely, Brandon Craver, Cliff Staley, Todd Sherwin, Don Rutt, Jordan James, Chris Albright, Tom Fisher, Steve Ott, Brandon Gardner dns
Heat 2 Bob Daugherty, Paul Holmes, Tyler Thompson, Gary Hensel Jr., Derek Lewton, Darren Dawson, Jeff Lenham, Ryan Leathers, Tod Beviloqua
Feature Bob Daugherty, Paul Holmes, Tyler Thompson, Tyler Nicely, Brandon Craver, Jordan James, Todd Sherwin, Darren Dawson, Steve Ott, Jeff Lenham, Tom Fisher, Tod Beviloqua, Ryan Leathers, Don Rutt, Cliff Staley, Chris Albright, Gary Hensel Jr. dns, Derek Lewton dns, Brandon Gardner dns

Heat 1 Stephen Crowe, Brad Hensel, Wes Staley, Colton Priebe, Corey Staley, Rick Bays, Mitch Reichard
Heat 2 Michael Workman, Jordan James, Dakota Wells, Braden Wert, Jess Hensel, Brian Tomblin, Jimmy Burns, Michael Rose
Heat 3 Zach Chaffin, Chris Priebe, Dale Beckett, Mike Barr, Doug Hensel, Matt Miller, Dustin Daugherty, Briana Hensel
B Main Matt Miller, Dustin Daugherty, Brian Tomblin, Briana Hensel, Jim Burns, Mitch Reichard, Michael Rose, Rick Bays dns
Feature Brad Hensel, Chris Priebe, Mike Barr, Dale Beckett, Zach Chaffin, Wes Staley, Colton Priebe, Michael Workman, Matt Miller, Stephen Crowe, Doug Hensel, Corey Staley, Dakota Wells, Jess Hensel, Jim Burns, Dustin Daugherty, Braden Wert, Brian Tomblin, Briana Hensel, Jordan James dns

Heat 1 Daryl Conkle, Brandon Gardner, Mark Rutherford, Ethan Rutherford
Feature Brandon Gardner, Daryl Conkle, Mark Rutherford, Ethan Rutherford

July 9th 2016 Results

38k 2016
Orrville, Ohio
Saturday, July 9, 2016
By Mike Swanger
It was another night of action packed racing on the tacky fast racing surface of NAPA Wayne County Speedway with the Harriger Towing Super Late Models in the spotlight with race #4 of the Attica Raceway Park/Wayne County Speedway series on Malcuit Tavern night. For the first 19 laps of the feature, pole sitter Brad Malcuit would set the pace with Wooster’s Doug Drown quickly taking second on the opening lap from his 6th starting position. As the two heat winners were pulling away from the rest of the field, Ryan Markham was working his way through the field from his ninth starting spot and took third from Rick Bond on lap nine. A caution on lap 11 would bunch the field together and Malcuit would lead the way again as Drown stayed in his tire tracks until lap 19 when Malcuit would slip coming out of turn four and Drown pounced on the opening and drove by to take the lead. A yellow flag with two laps to go would give Malcuit a chance as he went low in turn one but Drown and his Hall’s Auto Sales, Wooster Glass and Kar Connection #240 was on the highside and would drive away for his third win of the season. Malcuit would finish with a season best second and take the tracks point lead. Markham’s third place finish would move him into the points lead of the ARP/WCS series with two races to go. Those will be contested in September. Bond would hold off Kirk Baker for fourth.
  Wrecking his car on Friday night, Newark’s Mitch Harble would set in the drivers seat of the Kempthorn Auto, Fire & Ice Pub and All Things Retro #38k and go wire to wire for his first win of the season and his second career win in the Fisher Performance Sprint feature. Although Harble lead all the way, a lot of action was going on behind him as 1st heat winner, Shawn Hubler, Jimmy Colvin, Nick Patterson and Danny Mumaw would spend time in second place. Colvin would take second from Hubler on lap three but a flat tire 7 circuits later put a hiccup in Colvin’s run as Patterson inherited second. Mumaw, who started ninth and was to 4th on lap three, would power slide Patterson on lap 13 for second. With a caution with two to go. Mumaw had one last chance but Harble pulled away from Mumaw but on the last lap going down the backstretch, Harble would rub tires with the lapped car of Jeremy Duposki with Harble hanging on to get the win as Duposki ended up sideways, blocking the track exit as the race finished. Patterson would take third behind Mumaw as 2nd heat winner Chris Myers collected 4th as Colvin recovered to take fifth.
  Bob Daugherty grabbed the lead from the outside pole in the Action Auto Body Super Stock main with points leader Tyler Thompson and Paul Holmes right on his rear bumper. With numerous caution flags in the race that kept the field packed together, the top three positions would stay the same until a lap 12 restart, when Thompson made a move to the outside of Daugherty, who was glued to the low groove all race long. The Streetsboro driver got the run coming out of turn two to take the lead and then park the Action Auto Body, Nella Enterprises and Ofex of Ohio #T2 for the fifth time this season. On the same lap Holmes got sideways and last several positions and that allowed Tyler Nicely to take third behind Daugherty as Jordan James and Cliff Staley filled out the top five. Daugherty and Thompson claimed the heat wins.
  Following the races only caution flag on lap 12, Cortland’s Eric Wilson took the lead from Justin Chance on the restart of the Kar Connection Rush Late Model feature to post his second win of the season. Chance, who led from the drop of the green flag, would take the outside line on the double file restart and slid high in turn two and that allowed heat winner Wilson and his Mark Thomas Ford, Hovis Tire & Automotive and Pennzoil #27w to go low and take the lead for good. Dave Airgood would finish third behind Chance as Alan Dellinger and Matt Aber rounded out the top five.
  Smithville’s Brad Hensel would take the lead from Michael Workman on lap three of the WQKT Mini Stock main and then hold off Doug Hensel late in the race and win his third feature of the season aboard the JoyRide Transportation, M&S Concrete, and DJ Directional Services #28. Eighth starting Chris Priebe finished third with Stephen Crowe claiming fourth as Wes Staley picked his way through the field to take fifth after starting 11th. Heat winners were Crowe, Workman and Doug Hensel.
  Jamie Johnson pocketed the Flat Track Cart win over Austin Johnson, Justin Chance, Daryl Conkle and Coty Conway.
  Contingency Connection Racer Rewards worth over $100,000 for the season were available to all drivers once again at NAPA Wayne County Speedway.
  Next Saturday night, July 16 will have the WQKT Mini Stocks chasing after a $1,000 to win feature in one of their ‘Summer Series’ races while the Action Auto Body Super Stocks will also run a ‘Summer Series’ race that will pay the winner $500. The Harriger Towing Super Late Models,the Kar Connection Rush Late Models and the Flat Track Carts are also on the racing card.
  Go to www,waynecountyspeedway.com for the latest news on Orrville’s Historic Oval.
Saturday, July 9, 2016
Heat   1   Doug Drown, Rick Bond, Matt Irey, Larry Bellman, Ryan Markham, Allan Baker, Jason Skelly
Heat   2   Brad Malcuit, Larry Kingseed, Kirk Baker, Jim Nicely, Jerry Aber, Andrew Myers
Feature   Doug Drown, Brad Malcuit, Ryan Markham, Rick Bond, Kirk Baker, Larry Bellman, Allan Baker, Jim Nicely, Andrew Myers, Matt Irey, Jerry Aber, Jason Skelly, Larry Kingseed
Heat   1   Shawn Hubler, Mitch Harble, Troy Kingan, Jason Dolick, Danny Mumaw, Jamie Myers, Tyler Dunn, Butch Beasley, Andy Fike
Heat   2   Chris Myers, Nick Patterson, Jimmy Colvin, Dan Shetler, Jordan Ryan, Clay Riney, Jeremy Duposki, Kris Davis, Dylan Kingan
Feature   Mitch Harble, Danny Mumaw, Nick Patterson, Chris Myers, Jimmy Colvin, Jamie Myers, Clay Riney, Jeremy Duposki, Butch Beasley, Troy Kingan, Shawn Hubler, Tyler Dunn, Kris Davis, Andy Fike, Dan Shetler, Dylan Kingan, Jason Dolick, Jordan Ryan
Heat   1   Bob Daugherty, Nick Smith, Jordan James, Brandon Craver, Cliff Staley, Don Baney, Paul Kern, Eric Gravius, Tod Beviloqua
Heat   2   Tyler Thompson, Paul Holmes, Tyler Nicely, Chris Albright, Gary McGregor, Steve Ott, Todd Sherwin, Don Ott, Gary Hensel Jr.
Feature   Tyler Thompson, Bob Daugherty, Tyler Nicely, Jordan James, Cliff Staley, Don Baney, Paul Holmes, Brandon Craver, Nick Smith, Chris Albright, Eric Gravius, Gary McGregor, Steve Ott, Gary Hensel Jr., Paul Kern, Don Rutt, Tod Beviloqua, Todd Sherwin
Heat   1   Eric Wilson, Charlie Duncan, Justin Chance, Alan Dellinger, Matt Aber, Jamie Wrightsman, Scott Delaney, Dave Airgood, Hiram Bachmann, Bob Fry
Feature   Eric Wilson, Justin Chance, Dave Airgood, Alan Dellinger, Matt Aber, Jamie Wrightsman, Scott Delaney, Bob Fry, Charlie Duncan, Hiram Bachmann
Heat   1   Stephen Crowe, Dustin Daugherty, Jason Shaw, Briana Hensel, Johnny Bruce, Eugene Arkenburgh, Rick Bays, Colton Priebe
Heat   2   Michael Workman, Brad Hensel, Chris Priebe, Wes Staley, Mitch Reichard, Dakota Wells, Jess Hensel, Cory Staley dns
Heat   3   Doug Hensel, Zach Chaffin, Gary Hensel Jr., Braden Wert, Brent Boreman, Brian Tomblin, Jim Burns
Feature   Brad Hensel, Doug Hensel, Chris Priebe, Stephen Crowe, Wes Staley, Dustin Daugherty, Zach Chaffin, Braden Wert, Gary Hensel Jr., Briana Hensel, Mitch Reichard, Dakota Wells, Brent Boreman, Brian Tomblin, Jim Burns, Eugene Arkenburgh, Jason Shaw, Michael Workman, Johnny Bruce, Jess Hensel, Rick Bays, Colton Priebe dns, Cory Staley dns
Heat   1   Chris Hoffer, Chuck Conway, Coty Conway, Justin Chance, Jamie Johnson, Austin Johnson, Booga Hoffer, Jack Lamborn, Daryl Conkle, Jolene Voshel dns
Feature   Jamie Johnson, Austin Johnson, Justin Chance, Daryl Conkle, Coty Conway, Chuck Conway, Chris Hoffer, Jack Lamborn, Booga Hoffer, Jolene Voshel

July 2nd Results 2016

Orrville, Ohio
Saturday, July 2, 2016
By Mike Swanger
Making their first visit ever to NAPA Wayne County Speedway on McDonalds night, the Ohio Sprint Car Series 25 lap feature was claimed by Wooster’s Jac Haudenschild as the Sprint Car Hall of Fame driver would slice and dice his way through the field from his 7th starting position and take the lead for good on lap 14 and pull away for the win, his second of the year at Orrville’s Historic track. Ryan Broughton would grab the lead from the pole position to set the early pace as fellow front row starter Jason Dolick would follow with Nick Patterson, Dean Jacobs and Haudenschild in tow after five laps. Driving the Miller owned #6, Haudenschild would leap frog over Patterson and Jacobs on the next circuit and two laps later took second from Dolick and set sail for Broughton, who had built up a sizable lead. The ‘Wild Child’ used his experience of the racing surface and caught up to Broughton and raced by on lap 14. The field would be bunched together after a lap 21 caution for Dolick and Ryan Myers and as the green flag returned, Broughton would bounce off the turn two guardrail and Jacobs and OSCS points leader Cole Duncan slipped past to trail Haudenschild at the finish line with Nick Patterson taking fifth. Broughton, Dolick and Patterson posted the heat wins.
  Dave Hornikel would lead the way for the opening 6 laps of the Harriger Towing Super Late Model feature but he had no breathing room as Ryan Markham, Doug Drown and Tyler Carpenter was on his bumper. Drown grabbed second from Markham on lap two and kept the pressure on Hornikel and when he bobbled in turn two, Drown and his Hall’s Auto Sales, Wooster Glass and Kar Connection #240 roared by and never looked back as the Wooster driver collected his second win of the season. Markham would take second from Hornikel on lap 11 with Carpenter moving to third with ten to go. Rick Bond would take fourth from Hornikel with four to go to claim fourth. Heat winners were Drown and Hornikel. JR Gentry barrel rolled twice in the first heat to stop the action, as he walked away with no injuries.
  Canton’s Paul Holmes went flag to flag for his second win in the Action Auto Body Super Stock main aboard the #68. Bob Daugherty took second from Nick Smith on lap four and pulled alongside Holmes on lap seven but got loose in turn four and that allowed points leader Tyler Thompson to take second. Thompson would stay glued to Holmes’ rear bumper but could never get around the winner. Daugherty would finish third followed by Smith and Gary Hensel Jr. Daugherty, Holmes and Brandon Gardner captured the heat wins as Paul Kern scored the last chance victory.
  Matt Aber would out race Justin Chance into turn one of the Kar Connection Rush Late Model feature and lead the way for the first 7 laps when the caution flag flew. On the double file restart, Aber took the outside position with Ashland’s Ryan Markham, who had taken second from Chance on lap 4, on the inside. Markham would use the low groove to take the lead. Charlie Duncan moved into second on lap 12, just before the red flag came out for Chuck Kimble, who was upside down in turn three as he would walk away okay. On this restart, Markham used the inside lane and kept Duncan at bay to park the Harriger Towing, H & T Demolition and Accu Shocks #5m in victory lane for the second time this year and expand his points lead. Dave Airgood won the heat.
  The front row of the WQKT Mini Stock feature had  Stephen Crowe and Wes Staley there and Crowe would lead the way for the opening three laps when Staley took over for the next four circuits as Millersburg’s Dale Beckett and Chris Priebe right behind the whole time. Beckett and his Kaufman Country Market and M & S Concrete #4 would take the point on lap eight. Mitch Reichard found a groove he liked and moved past Priebe with three to go. As Beckett came out of turn four for the checkered flag, his car spit and sputtered and as he crossed the finish line, went up in smoke but beat Reichard by a quarter of a car length for his second win of the season. Priebe was third as Moose Workman and Crowe filled out the top five. Beckett, Dustin Ragan and Doug Hensel paced the heat races.
  First heat winner Daryl Conkle and Brandon Gardner led laps in the Flat Track Cart feature but it was second heat winner Chuck Conway leading the last eight laps for the win. Conkle would finish second with Coty Conway, Gardner and Chase Camillo filling out the top five.
  All drivers were once again pursuing Contingency Connection Racer Rewards that are worth over $100,000 for the season at NAPA Wayne County Speedway.
  The Harriger Towing Super Late Models take center stage next Saturday with round two of the Attica Raceway Park/ NAPA Wayne County Speedway Super Late Model Challenge. The Fisher Performance Sprints, Action Auto Body Super Stocks, Kar Connection Rush Late Models, WQKT Mini Stocks and the Flat Track Carts all will be in action also.
  Check out the website at www.waynecountyspeedway.com for all the latest news about the track.
Saturday, July 2, 2016
Fast Qualifier  Jac Haudenschild   14. 208 seconds
Heat   1   Ryan Broughton, Dean Jacobs, Jac Haudenschild, Sam Ashworth, Jordan Ryan, Kirk Jeffries, Josh Davis, Butch Beasley, Tyler Dunn
Heat   2   Jason Dolick, Cole Duncan, Danny Smith, Mitch Harble, Danny Mumaw, Nate Reeser, Cody Gallogly dns, Dave Smith dns
Heat   3   Nick Patterson, Shawn Valenti, Ryan Myers, Shawn Hubler, Troy Kingan, Clay Riney, Kris Davis, Adam Cruea dns
Feature   Jac Haudenschild, Dean Jacobs, Cole Duncan, Ryan Broughton, Nick Patterson, Danny Smith, Jordan Ryan, Sam Ashworth, Mitch Harble, Ryan Myers, Shawn Valenti, Troy Kingan, Dave Smith, Shawn Hubler, Clay Riney, Kirk Jeffries, Josh Davis, Tyler Dunn, Kris Davis, Jason Dolick, Butch Beasley, Danny Mumaw, Nate Reeser dns, Cody Gallogly dns, Adam Cruea dns
Heat   1   Doug Drown, Rick Bond, Ryan Markham, Larry Bellman, Don Conley, Matt Irey, Brad Malcuit, Wayne Maffett Jr., JR Gentry
Heat   2   Dave Hornikel, Tyler Carpenter, Jerry Aber, Cody Scott, DJ Miller, Scott Smith, Ashley Todd, Jeff Wages, Andrew Myers, Jim Nicely dns
Feature   Doug Drown, Ryan Markham, Tyler Carpenter, Rick Bond, Dave Hornikel, Cody Scott, Brad Malcuit, Matt Irey, Larry Bellman, Scott Smith, Ashley Todd, Wayne Maffett Jr., Jeff Wages, Jerry Aber, Andrew Myers, DJ Miller, Don Conley, Jim Nicely dns, JR Gentry dns
Heat   1   Bob Daugherty, Nick Smith, Todd Sherwin, Don Rutt, Darren Dawson, Don Lehman, Tim Myers, Dustin Daughertty
Heat   2   Paul Holmes, Brandon Craver, Tyler Thompson, Chase Alexander, Gary Hensel Jr., Chris Albright, Tod Beviloqua, Todd Gallion
Heat   3   Brandon Gardner, Tyler Nicely, Jordan James, Bubba Smith, Cliff Staley, Steve Ott, Eric Eicholtz, Paul Kern, Ryan Leathers
‘B’ Main   Paul Kern, Tim Myers, Steve Ott, Chris Albright, Ryan Leathers, Eric Eicholtz, Don Lehman, Tod Beviloqua, Dustin Daugherty dns, Todd Gallion dns
Feature   Paul Holmes, Tyler Thompson, Bob Daugherty, Nick Smith, Gary Hensel Jr. Bubba Smith, Tyler Nicely, Tim Myers, Cliff Staley, Todd Sherwin, Darren Dawson, Don Rutt, Paul Kern, Chris Albright, Chase Alexander, Brandon Gardner, Ryan Leathers, Jordan James, Brandon Craver, Steve Ott dns
Heat   1   Dave Airgood, Chuck Kimble, Matt Aber, Justin Chance, Ryan Markham, Charlie Duncan, Jamie Wrightsman, Tommy Johnson, Cody Endlich
Feature   Ryan Markham, Charlie Duncan, Matt Aber, Justin Chance, Dave Airgood, Jamie Wrightsman, Tommy Johnson, Chuck Kimble, Cody Endlich
Heat   1   Dale Beckett, Stephen Crowe, Moose Workman, Mitch Reichard, Rod Daugherty, Brian Tomblin, Dakota Wells, Brent Boreman, Michael Rose
Heat   2   Dustin Ragan, Chris Priebe, Corey Mills, Jim Burns, Jess Hensel, Brad Hensel, Cory Staley, Colton Priebe
Heat   3   Doug Hensel, Wes Staley, Rick Bays, Braden Wert, Dustin Bedlion, Tim Workman, Richard Retton, Briana Hensel
Feature   Dale Beckett, Mitch Reichard, Chris Priebe, Moose Workman, Stephen Crowe, Rod Daugherty, Braden Wert, Corey Mills, Dakota Wells, Briana Hensel, Brent Boreman, Wes Staley, Dustin Bedlion, Dustin Ragan, Michael Rose, Doug Hensel, Brian Tomblin, Richard Retton, Jim Burns, Jess Hensel, Rick Bays, Colton Priebe, Tim Workman dns, Cory Staley dns,
Heat   1   Daryl Conkle, Brandon Gardner, Corey Camillo, Coty Conway, Jason Flory, Derrick Bond
Heat   2   Chuck Conway, Justin Bond, Chase Camillo, Cameron Camillo, Ethan Rutherford
Feature   Chuck Conway, Daryl Conkle, Coty Conway, Brandon Gardner, Chase Camillo, Mark Uhler, Derrick Bond, Justin Bond, Corey Camillo, Cameron Camillo, Ethan Rutherford