Wednesday, May 25, 2016

State Points Through May 22nd: Missouri, Illinois and Indiana

Missouri Points
Late Model
Pos. Driver Hometown Points
1 . Justin Wells Aurora 26
2 . Aaron Marrant Richmond 25
3 . Jesse Stovall Galena 22
4 . Cole Wells Galena 21
5 . Dustin Mooneyham Aurora 21
6 . Jason Bodenhammer Centerview 21
7 . Chris Smyser Lancaster 20
8 . Jon Melloway Hallsville 20
9 . Michael Kloos Trenton IL 19
10 . Gordy Gundaker St. Charles 18
11 . Brantlee Gotschall Nevada 16
12 . David Melloway Columbia 15
13 . Shane Essary Galena 15
14 . Dustin Hodges Fulton 14
15 . Kaleb Stolba Willow Springs 13
16 . Tim Manville Highland IL 13
17 . Todd McCoin Barnett 13
18 . Brandon Ball West Plains 11
19 . Tommy Cordray Browning 10
20 . Wendell Wallace Greenbriar AR 10


Missouri Points
Modified
Pos. Driver Hometown Points
1 . Jackie Dalton Carthage 38
2 . Michael Long Fowler IL 29
3 . Robbie Reed Mexico 28
4 . Zach Sanders Kearney 26
5 . Jody Tillman West Branson 24
6 . Kevin Blackburn Fulton 24
7 . Terry Schultz Sedalia 24
8 . Brent Thompson Park Hills 23
9 . Brian Green Pierce City 23
10 . Cory Wray Trenton 23
11 . Trevor Drake Joplin 22
12 . Bobby Pearish Joplin 21
13 . Dean Hoffman Troy IL 21
14 . Billy Smith Park Hills 20
15 . Mitch Keeter Webb City 20
16 . Dennis Elliott Mount Ayr IA 16
17 . Greg Swaringim Bismark 16
18 . Jeff Cutshaw Cross Timbers 16
19 . Rick Conoyer Wentzville 15
20 . Jason Russell Henley 14
21 . Logan Martin West Plains 14

Missouri Points
Limited Modifieds
Pos. Driver Hometown Points
1 . Ryan Gillmore Springfield 54
2 . Kris Jackson Lebanon 47
3 . J.C. Morton Springfield 29
4 . Kodi Savage 24
5 . Aaron Scroggins Neosho 22
6 . Brad Smith Belton 21
7 . Shawn Strong Republic 19
8 . Trevor Hunt Kearney 19
9 . Chad Lebsock 18
10 . Jeff LeBaube High Ridge 18
11 . Logan Martin West Plains 18
12 . Joshua Stephens Buckner 17
13 . Steve Starmer New Hampton 17
14 . Andy Bryant Fort Scott KS 16
15 . Kyle Stolzer St. Genevieve 16
16 . Spencer Stephens Buckner 16
17 . Stephen Muilenberg Sparta 16
18 . Randy Ainsworth Excelsior Springs 15
19 . Jacob Ebert Oak Grove 14
20 . Josh Russell 14
21 . Tim Eaton St. Joseph 14


Missouri Points
Winged Sprints (410 & 360)
Pos. Driver Hometown Points
1 . Jonathan Cornell Sedalia 29
2 . Joey Montgomery Fredericktown 16
3 . Tommy Worley Jr. Bismarck 16
4 . Tyler Thomas Collinsville OK 14
5 . Brad Loyet Sunset Hills 13
6 . Brandon Hanks Burlison TN 12
7 . Derek Hagar Marion AR 11
8 . Randy Martin California 11
9 . Kasey Burch Farmington 10
10 . Corey Nelson Eugene 8
11 . Jimmy Bridgeman Farmington 8
12 . Tim Montgomery Fredericktown 8
13 . Tyler Blank California 7
14 . Zach Daum Pocahontas IL 7
15 . Jimmy Hurley Springfield IL 6
16 . Kent Buckley Farmington 6
17 . Brian Brown Grain Valley 5
18 . Bryan Clauson Noblesville IN 5
19 . John Carney II Lubbock TX 5
20 . Sammy Swindell Bartlett TN 5


Illinois Points
Late Model
Pos. Driver Hometown Points
1 . McKay Wenger Fairbury 32
2 . Chad Zobrist Highland 25
3 . Michael Kloos Trenton 22
4 . Kevin Weaver Gibson City 20
5 . Todd Bennett Peoria 19
6 . Mike Spatola Manhattan 18
7 . Bobby Pierce Oakwood 17
8 . Tim Manville Highland 16
9 . Jay Brendle Kirkland 15
10 . Ryan Unzicker El Paso 15
11 . Scott Schmitt Tonica 14
12 . Denny Woodworth Mendon 13
13 . Jim Moon New Florence MO 13
14 . Brandon Sheppard New Berlin 12
15 . Daryn Klein Fairview Heights 12
16 . Rich Bell Sheffield 12
17 . Rick Salter Albers 12
18 . Travis Denning Sterling 12
19 . Charley Hess Bartonville 11
20 . Brian Shirley Chatham 10
21 . Josh Richards Shinnston WV 10
22 . Matt Ryan Davenport IA 10
23 . Todd Malmstrom Moline 10


Illinois Points
Modified
Pos. Driver Hometown Points
1 . Mike Harrison Highland 53
2 . Ray Bollinger Kewanee 45
3 . Michael Long Fowler 44
4 . Allen Weisser Peoria 42
5 . Steven Brooks New Lenox 34
6 . Brian Bielong Summerfield 33
7 . Chad Evans Mattoon 31
8 . Dave Crawley Jr. Decatur 30
9 . Brian Lynn Mason City 29
10 . Jeff Leka Buffalo 27
11 . Gabe Menser 22
12 . David Wietholder Liberty 21
13 . Mike McKinney Plainfield 21
14 . Tyler Deibert 17
15 . Greg Durbin Colona 16
16 . Lance Dehm Chatsworth 16
17 . Rick Conoyer Wentzville MO 16
18 . Zach Fair 16
19 . Jay Ledford Pontiac 15
20 . Josh Allen Trivoli 15
21 . Matt Maier Thomasboro 15
22 . Tait Davenport Benton KY 15


Illinois Points
Crate Late Model
Pos. Driver Hometown Points
1 . Dakota Ewing Decatur 32
2 . Nick Bauman New Berlin 29
3 . A.J. May Peoria 22
4 . Jose Parga Auburn 22
5 . Matt Shannon Peoria 20
6 . Matt Taylor Springfield 20
7 . Jake Little Springfield 16
8 . Zac Kuhel 16
9 . Evan Fink Glasford 14
10 . James Carmody Dunlap 13
11 . Austin Simpson 12
12 . Guy Taylor Springfield 12
13 . Jim Hagedorn 12
14 . Roben Huffman Clinton 12
15 . Jeremy McLaughlin Danforth 7
16 . Matt Murphy Peoria 7
17 . Robbie Bauman Jr. 7
18 . Eric Wilson Downs 6
19 . Jeremy Kingsley Peoria 6
20 . Blaze Burwell Mt. Vernon 5
21 . Cory Daugherty Blue Mound 5
22 . Dave Polak Jr. 5
23 . Shawn Diggs Leroy 5



Illinois Points
Limited Modifieds
Pos. Driver Hometown Points
1 . Jimmy Cummins 29
2 . Robbie Eilers Highland 27
3 . Butch Weisser 24
4 . Tim Hancock Sr. Mount Olive 24
5 . Trey Harris Hillsboro MO 24
6 . Matt Parrott East Peoria 23
7 . Tommie Seets Jr. Alton 20
8 . John Stanton East Alton 18
9 . B.J. Deal Brownstown 17
10 . Mark Anderson 15
11 . Richie Biswell 15
12 . James Eden 14
13 . Joey Gower Quincy 14
14 . Benji Rine 13
15 . Doug Tye Troy 13
16 . Kevin Morrow Pekin 13
17 . Steve Phillips Neoga 13
18 . Tony Dunker Quincy 13
19 . Nathan Schmitt Trenton 12
20 . Ryan Buckler 12
21 . Tanner Klingele Quincy 12


Illinois Points
Winged Sprints (All)
Pos. Driver Hometown Points
1 . Parker Price-Miller Kokomo IN 9
2 . Jerrod Hull Sikeston MO 6
3 . Joey Saldana Brownsburg IN 5
4 . Kody Kinser Bloomington IN 5
5 . Ryan Bunton Morton 5
6 . Sheldon Haudenschild Wooster OH 5
7 . Bill Balog Brookfield WI 4
8 . Brad Loyet Sunset Hills MO 4
9 . Ian Madsen San Souci NSW 4
10 . Shane Stewart Bixby OK 4


Indiana Points
Non Wing Sprints
Pos. Driver Hometown Points
1 . Kevin Thomas Jr. Cullman AL 28
2 . Shane Cottle Kokomo 20
3 . Brady Short Bedford 19
4 . Brady Bacon Broken Arrow OK 17
5 . Dave Darland  Lincoln 17
6 . Jeff Bland Jr. Bedford 15
7 . Kyle Cummins Princeton 15
8 . Bryan Clauson Nobelsville 13
9 . Shane Cockrum Benton IL 13
10 . Shawn Westerfeld Guilford 13
11 . C.J. Leary Greenfield 12
12 . Jarrett Andretti Indianapolis 11
13 . Chase Stockon Elizabethtown 10
14 . Chris Windom Canton IL 10
15 . Jon Stanbrough Brownsburg 10
16 . Joss Moffatt Columbus 9
17 . Nick Bilbee Indianapolis 9
18 . Scotty Weir Marion 8
19 . Jake Scott Morgantown 7
20 . Robert Ballou Rocklin CA 7


Indiana Points
Modified
Pos. Driver Hometown Points
1 . Jamie Lomax Lake Village 43
2 . Josh Harris Bedford 19
3 . Derek Groomer Bloomington 18
4 . Derek Losh Rensselaer 16
5 . Joey Kramer Hanover 15
6 . Scotty Kincaid Rising Sun 15
7 . Todd Sherman Churubusco 15
8 . Matt Hamilton Aurora  13
9 . Nick Allen 13
10 . Randy Lines Marion 13
11 . Dillon Nusbaum Sepncerville 12
12 . Kyle Herbert Greensburg 12
13 . Victor Lee Danville KY 12
14 . Ken Schrader Concord NC 11
15 . Bill Lewis Montpelier 10
16 . Jim Mallery Mooresville 10
17 . Kyle Schornick Sunman 10
18 . David Spille Harrison OH 9
19 . Devin Gilpin Columbus 9
20 . Dustin Beck 9
21 . Jacoby Hines Trafalgar 9
22 . Mark Grosvenor 9
23 . Richie Lex Morgantown 9
24 . Travis Shoulders Greencastle 9


Indiana Points
Crate Late Model
Pos. Driver Hometown Points
1 . Marty O'Neal Spencer 21
2 . Mike Staggs 16
3 . Hudson O'Neal Martinsville 15
4 . Jeremy McLaughlin 12
5 . Brian Shewmaker 9
6 . Remington Gill Mitchell 8
7 . Tom Smith 8
8 . Trent Low 8
9 . Gerald Gault Morgantown 7
10 . Cody Fultz 6
11 . Jim Bailey 6
12 . Justin Shaw Whiteland 6
13 . Raymond Humphrey Bloomington 6
14 . Dave Polak Jr. 5
15 . Tom Knippenberg 5
16 . Britan Godsey Mitchell 4
17 . Greg Amick Columbus 4
18 . Jeremy Owens 4
19 . Steve Barnett Franklin 4
20 . Steve Godsey Bedford 4

Monday, May 23, 2016

IMCA Win Number 199 For Murty

The weather was absolutely gorgeous for racing Sunday night and the Benton County Speedway in Vinton served up a race event that was of equal quality to the conditions with a six division program that started on time at 6 p.m. and had the final checkers of the night waving at 8:50. There were some new faces as well as some very familar ones in victory lane and, with Ryan Clark back on the mic for one night, there plenty of great statistics that not only enhanced the evening, but will do the same for this report.

It seems like every time that I go to Vinton Don Erger wins the Micro Mod feature in flag-to-flag fashion. On this night the veteran driver benefitted from two jumped starts by the original pole-sitter allowing Erger to move forward and into that position for the third try. He moved to the lead at the drop of the green and then pulled away to an easy win over Cole McNeal. It was the third win of the season for Erger here, the second that I have seen, and his 17th career win at Vinton in the Micro Mod division.

Pole-sitter Ryan King would lead the opening circuits of the 16-lap Sport Mod main event before Joey Schaefer swept around him on lap three. A caution for a Mitch Manternach spin bunched the field on lap four with Tony Olson lining up in the eighth position for the restart. Olson had won the last two features here in Vinton, plus he had won the night before in Independence, and it was easy to see why as when the green flag waved again he found a bite around the bottom of the quarter-mile and in just three laps moved all the way up to second.

Schaefer did his best to ward off the Olson onslaught, but on lap eleven Tony moved to the lead just a lap before Manternach again spun in turn two to end his evening. Dakoda Sellers slid off the back stretch to cause a yellow on lap thirteen and on the restart, the leader's cousin Kyle Olson spun in turn one collecting four other cars in the mishap. Those cautions just delayed the inevitable though as once back to green it was Tony Olson pulling way to his third straight win here and eighth victory overall in 2016. Sam Wieben slipped past Schaefer late to finish in the second spot, Danny Dvorak was fourth, Curt Hilmer fifth and Ethan Braaksma had a nice run in his first BCS appearance of the year coming from the sixth row to finish in sixth.

The IMCA Stock Cars were up next for 18-laps with Shane Ebaugh using that same low line to make a big move on the opening lap to go from fifth to first. With most of the front of the field deciding that the rail was the way to go they lined up in bumper-to-bumper fashion around the bottom while some in the back looked for another groove. Never one to play follow-the-leader, tenth starting Damon Murty first tried the middle line, but when that only gained him a spot or two through the opening five laps he moved up to the cushion and set sail toward the front. On lap nine Murty drove around Ebaugh and then drove away to score his 199th career IMCA sanctioned Stock Car victory and his 77th career win at Vinton, more than any other driver at the quarter-mile oval. It also marked the 15th consecutive season that Murty has won a feature at the Benton County Speedway and while Damon looks ahead to that 200th IMCA victory, know that he has won several other non-sanctioned feature races over the years as well. No wonder that he is a three-time defending All Iowa Points champion and ranks second to only Brian Blessington in the cumulative Stock Car points since 2000.

While Murty was well out front at the checkers the battle for second on back was very entertaining with Ebaugh holding on for the runner-up position. Justin Stander made a big move up from eleventh at the start to third at the checkers, Jared Daggett also used the cushion to come from eighth to fourth and Scott Pippert completed the top five.

A full field of 24 IMCA Modifieds were on hand just a week ahead of a big doubleheader weekend that I will tell you more about at the end of this story and it was Mike Burbridge who also used that low line on the opening lap to go from third to first. Action was frantic throughout the field with drivers going three and even four wide on the very racey surface and Burbridge was under fire from both Patrick Flannagan and Tony Snyder. On lap nine as Flannagan rode to the cushion around the leader in turn two, Snyder charged below Burbridge with Snyder's right rear wheel hopping up and over the leader's left front sending him into a spin with the damage requiring a wrecker to tow a dejected Burbridge back to the pit area.

On the restart it wasn't Flannagan or Snyder that would secure the lead though as J.D. Auringer dug low off of turn four to take cross the stripe ahead by inches before the caution waved for a Dennis Betzer spin in turn one. Jake Strayer would nail one of the track tires marking the infield on the following lap and once back to green there would be no touching Auringer who scored his 17th career win here at Vinton. Flannagan faded to fifth at one point, but charged back to finish in the second spot with Snyder in third. Zach Less was in contention the entire distance and finished fourth ahead of Troy Cordes while Bill Roberts Jr. made the tow up from Burlington to finish sixth after starting in the eighth row.

The opening lap of the 15-lap Hobby Stock main event was a wild one as drivers raced four-wide for the lead into turn three. Daniel Wauters emerged from that pack to lead that first one before August Bach, who had started sixth, rode the cushion to the front on lap two. Nathan Ballard is always a threat to win here at Vinton and he was quickly into the top five after starting tenth before his race ended on lap five after losing his right rear wheel. Once back to green Bach stayed committed to the cushion while Justin Wacha used the bottom to pull even with him on a few occasions, but he could never complete the pass as Bach notched his first career feature win here at Vinton. And, with another amazing stat from Ryan Clark, August Bach is the 89th different Hobby Stock driver to win a weekly show here at the speedway. Wacha would hold off Brett Vanous to finish in the second spot, Leah Wroten was fourth and Matt Pohlman edged out Zach Swanson by inches at the checkers for fifth.

The IMCA Late Models made their second of five appearances here at Vinton in 2016 and it was their 25-lap feature race that would serve as the finale for the evening. Once again that low line was the place to be on the opening lap as third-starting Ben Seemann charged to the front to pace the field for the first ten laps. Darren Ackerman who had started second stuck with the high line and saw it payoff as he moved to the lead on lap eleven and behind him Todd Cooney was also using the top side to move to the front. The winner here back in April, Cooney had started ninth and moved to second on lap fifteen, but by then he was a full straightaway back from the leader. Pushing to close the gap, Cooney slipped off the top of turn two on lap 17 giving back a couple of positions as he raced back onto the speedway. Two laps later, Cooney again drove off the back stretch this time dropping him out of the top five as Ackerman cruised to the win in the non-stop event. Joe Zrostlik started sixth and finished in second, Seemann was third, Jerry King fourth and John Emerson came from tenth to fifth. Unofficially the remainder of the top ten were Bobby Hansen, Cooney, Luke Pestka, Curtis Glover and Kip Siems.

For the second week in a row my lovely wife Christine joined me at the races (she now has three events in the book this year equalling her total in 2015) as we made it a full day by stopping in the Amanas for a beer at the Millstream Brewery after attending my nephew Declan's graduation from Williamsburg High School. A big thanks to promoter Mick Trier and everybody at the Benton County Speedway for the hospitality and to Ryan Clark for the Positively Racing plug. Just remember Ryan, we are holding your place for you!

As mentioned above, the Benton County Speedway will host a big doubleheader of racing this coming Memorial Day weekend as on Sunday night the full weekly show will feature the IMCA Modifieds in a draw-redraw format for $1,000-to-win. That race will serve as a preview for Monday night's opener of the 2016 Hawkeye Dirt Tour for the IMCA Modifieds while the other four classes will be back for another night of points racing. I have another commitment on Sunday, but Monday's show is definitely on my wish list!

Perhaps I'll see you there.

Saturday, May 21, 2016

Pohren Party Continues at 34 Raceway

Word on the street is that the pitside party after Harold Pohren's win at the Lee County Speedway in Donnellson on Friday night was a big one. And, after making a late race pass to score the win at 34 Raceway in Burlington as well, the stamina of his family, friends and fans were tested once again Saturday night. I'm sure that they passed with flying colors!

Tanner Gebhardt would race out to a comfortable lead in the 20-lap 305 Winged Sprint main event while two drivers were working their way up through the field. John Schulz had scratched from his heat race earlier in the evening, but whatever was ailing his car before had obviously been resolved as he was passing cars each lap after starting last in the sixteen-car field. The other driver on the move was Pohren who had started eighth and passed Jarrod Schneiderman for second on lap eleven.
Pohren was closing the gap on the young leader and had it down to five car lengths when the caution waved for a two-car tangle between Donnie Steward and Dillan Roth with three laps to go.

A three car spin near the back of the field negated the first restart and on the second try, when Gebhardt slipped up the track exiting turn two, that was all that Pohren needed to shoot to the lead down the back stretch. A Travis Howard spin in turn three slowed the field again with one lap remaining and while drivers behind him swapped positions on the restart, Pohren charged to his second win in two nights. Schneiderman made the pass on Gebhardt on that final lap to finish second while Schulz slipped under Evan Epperson to complete his big run up to fourth.

The IMCA Modified feature saw plenty of action in its 20-lap distance as veteran Rich Smith would lead lap one before racing three-wide along with Dennis LaVeine and Blake Woodruff in turn one on lap two. LaVeine would emerge from that trio to now lead the field before a caution waved for a three-car tangle in turn one involving Brandon Rothzen, Dustin Smith and Dugan Thye on lap five. Rothzen and Thye would restart from the rear while Smith's car was towed to the pits.

LaVeine would continue to lead while Rothzen used every inch of the track to get back into contention taking over the second spot at the halfway mark. Two laps later the caution would wave for a Darrow Lillie spin and following the restart Rothzen started to work on LaVeine. He tried him high, he tried him low only to have LaVeine fight him off until lap 17 when Rothzen hammered the cushion in turns one and two and sailed around the leader heading down the back stretch. Brandon would then pull away over the final three laps to score the "back to front" victory. LaVeine and Woodruff would run second and third while Jeff Waterman and Bill Roberts Jr. completed the top five.

Ray Raker raced to the lead on the first of sixteen laps for the Stock Cars and he then drove a solid mistake-free race to record his first win of the season. Chad Krogmeier kept him honest, but he had to ward off Jake Wenig through the closing laps to finish second. Tom Bowling Jr. came from the fifth row to finish fourth with Chase Klenk in fifth.

Seventeen IMCA Sport Mods checked in for racing, but only thirteen of them would be able to start the 15-lap main event with Dan Keltner setting the early pace. Sean Wyett wanted to quicken that pace though and he would drive under Keltner for the advantage off of turn four on lap three. Wyett was pulling away before Wesley Mayfield tagged the wall on the front stretch setting up a four-lap run to the checkers. With Keltner trying to fight off Austen Becerra and Brandon Lennox after the restart that allowed Wyett to pull away and win the feature with Lennox coming home second ahead of Becerra and Keltner. Ninth-starting John Oliver Jr. would bring the Cossel Racing #15 home in fifth.

Mike Morrill was the class of the field in the Mod Lite division again coming from eighth to take the lead on lap three and then pull away for the win. Jason Masengarb was equally impressive though as after his car spun in a ball of smoke during his heat race, the Quad City area driver started twelfth and raced his way up to second at the checkers. Jimmy Halcomb, Devon Rouse and Erin Turner filled out the top five.

Jacob Ogelsby would lead the first two laps of the 12-lap Four Cylinder finale before his right front wheel decided to strike out on its own in turns one and two. Defending track champion Kimberly Abbott would assume the lead on the restart and would then go unchallenged over the final ten laps to secure the win. Jerrod Nichols was running second mid-race before his pink car #15 started serving as a bank board for drivers going around him and following the second hard shot the radiator hose came loose and Nichols pulled to the infield with just a few laps to go. Brandon Lambert made his way from sixth to second, but could not chase down Abbott while Craig Bangert drove Lambert's "team car" tonight to a third-place finish.Ron Kibbe came from eighth to fourth while Larry Miller parlayed a front row start into a top-five finish.

Thanks to the entire 34 Raceway family for the hospitality and to the track's new announcer Tony Paris who had me come up topside where I could warm up in the booth on what became a bit of a chilly evening. The West Burlington track has a big double header coming up on Memorial Day weekend as Saturday's weekly show can be seen for just a $5 admission price, then on Sunday night the Shottenkirk.com Sprint Invaders will be featured along with the "Lee County Late Models" and the Vintage Cars. Hope to see you there!

For this Sunday night though my plan is to take in another Sunday night of action at the Benton County Speedway in Vinton where the IMCA Late Models are back in town for the evening!

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Wednesday Notebook: May 18, 2016

Not much to say in today's notebook as I get ready to hit the road for tonight's Shottenkirk.com Sprint Invaders event at the Iowa State Fair Speedway in Des Moines. Graduation parties and other commitments will likely keep me away from the track until Sunday when I hope to work in a return visit to the Benton County Speedway in Vinton as the IMCA Late Models will be back in action there.

I have to admit that it is pretty cool how the Gateway Dirt Nationals is posting action shots of each of their pre-entries on the event's Facebook page, but I wonder why they have not also been daily adding to the Pre-Entry list page on the website.

National dirt Late Model racing has really become a case where you have three dominant drivers evidenced not only by the Back Stretch National Dirt Late Model points at the bottom of this post (note the gap between third and fourth), but also the finish of this past weekend's $50,000-to-win Buckeye Nationals. Scott Bloomquist, Jonathan Davenport and Josh Richards went one-two-three. Everybody else is chasing.

Another wet and cold weekend allowed me to keep up with my insanity of tracking "state points" using a 5-point scale for several other states in the Midwest. You can always find the full All Iowa Points, updated weekly as soon as the Webmistress can post them, at Positively Racing and I will do my best to post updates from a couple of states here each week.

Hope to see you at the track soon!

Wisconsin Points
Late Model
Pos. Driver Hometown Points
1 . Jimmy Mars Elk Mound 19
2 . Nick Anvelink Navarino 18
3 . A.J. Diemel Navarino 17
4 . Jake Redetzke Eau Claire 17
5 . Jason Robbins Belmont 14
6 . Jesse Glenz Cadott 14
7 . Steve Laursen Cumberland 13
8 . Rick Hanestad Boyceville 11
9 . Troy Springborn Shawano 10
10 . D.J. Sweet 9
11 . John Kaanta Eau Claire 9
12 . Justin Sass Alma 8
13 . Lance Hofer Cochrane 8
14 . Taylor Scheffler Waukesha 8
15 . Darrell Nelson Hermanton MN 7
16 . Brandon Leverington 6
17 . Mike Mullen Seymour 6
18 . Rich Picha Prairie Du Chien 6
19 . Chad Mahder Eau Claire 5
20 . Tony Bahr Haugen 5

Wisconsin Points
Winged Sprints (All)
Pos. Driver Hometown Points
1 . Bill Balog Brookfield 11
2 . Brandon Wimmer Fairmount IN 9
3 . Mike Reinke Howards Grove 7
4 . Jeremy Schultz Beaver Dam 6
5 . Brooke Tatnell 5
6 . Donny Goeden 5
7 . Dusty Zomer Sioux Falls SD 5
8 . Jerry Richert Jr. Lino Lakes MN 5
9 . Cody Hahn 4
10 . Derrik Lusk Jackson MN 4
11 . Jordan Goldesberry Springfield IL 4
12 . Kurt Davis 4
13 . Ryan Bowers Ham Lake MN 4
14 . Scott Neitzel Beaver Dam 4
15 . Jim Melis 3
16 . Rob Pribnow Lomira 3
17 . Scotty Thiel Sheboygan 3
18 . Tony Norem Dassel MN 3
19 . Ty Sampair 3
20 . Ben Schmidt Howards Grove 2
21 . Blake Nimee Oswego IL 2
22 . Tim Haddy 2
23 . Todd King Sheboygan Falls 2

Wisconsin Points
Modified
Pos. Driver Hometown Points
1 . Ashley Anderson Elk Mound 29
2 . Kevin Adams Cameron 28
3 . Mike Anderson Colfax 27
4 . Marcus Yarie Wausau 22
5 . Lucas Schott Chatfield MN 21
6 . Matt Leer Bruce 18
7 . Joey Jensen Forest Lake MN 14
8 . Josh Angst Winona MN 13
9 . Cory Crapser Eau Claire 12
10 . Jake Timm Winona MN 12
11 . Johnny Whitman DePere 11
12 . Lance Arneson Oconto Falls 11
13 . Benji LaCrosse Green Bay 10
14 . Brandon Wilson Cuba City 10
15 . Cory Mahder Chippewa Falls 10
16 . Derek Thompson Monroe 10
17 . Andy Kleczka Green Bay 8
18 . Brian Mullen Seymour 8
19 . Eddie Lemay Milwaukee 8
20 . Jason Buss Freeport IL 8
21 . Jason Gross Cushing 8
22 . Jeff Steenbergen Watertown 8
23 . Jerry Wilinski Seymour 8
24 . Zeke Bishofberger Fort Atkinson 8

Wisconsin Points
Limited Modifieds
Pos. Driver Hometown Points
1 . Jason Vandekamp Scandia MN 24
2 . Nick Koehler Bloomer 23
3 . Michael Truscott Chippewa Falls 20
4 . Shane Halopka Greenwood 19
5 . Grant Southworth Bloomer 16
6 . Kevin Bethke Neenah 16
7 . Ben Moudry Hastings MN 15
8 . J.J. Anderson Pulaski 13
9 . Ryan Viltz Chetek 13
10 . Jeff Willis 12
11 . Curt Myers Cameron 11
12 . Mitch Weiss Scandia MN 11
13 . Brandon Schmitt Beaver Dam 10
14 . Joe Chaplin Cameron 10
15 . Jordan Barkholtz Hortonville 10
16 . Tom Schneider Chilton 10
17 . Wyatt Block Tigerton 10
18 . Dan Wheeler Savage MN 9
19 . Kelsy-Ann Hayes Sturgeon Bay 9
20 . Kyle Hoffman 9
21 . Travis Arenz Sheboygan 9

Kansas Points
Late Model
Pos. Driver Hometown Points
1 . Delbert Smith Wichita 11
2 . Chris Kratzer Wichita 10
3 . Dusty Leonard Marysville 8
4 . Daniel Smith Beloit 6
5 . Adam Popp Haven 4
6 . Terry Malm Lindsborg 3
7 . Rob Day Wakeeney 2
8 . Tyler Stucky Moundridge 1

Kansas Points
Winged Sprints (All)
Pos. Driver Hometown Points
1 . Jeremy Campbell Wichita 17
2 . C.J. Johnson Quinter 14
3 . Luke Cranston 11
4 . Derek Hagar Marion AR 10
5 . Don Droud Jr, Lincoln NE 10
6 . Brian Brown Grain Valley MO 9
7 . Jake Greider Haysville 9
8 . J.D. Johnson Wichita 8
9 . Steven Richardson 8
10 . Zach Blurton 8
11 . Blake Hahn Sapulpa OK 7
12 . Danny Wood Norman OK 7
13 . Taylor Valasquez 7
14 . Tyler Knight 7
15 . Brian Herbert 6
16 . Ian Madsen Sans Souci NSW 6
17 . Jon Freeman Salina 5
18 . Koby Walters 5
19 . Kyle Bellm Nixa MO 5
20 . Mike Peters Wichita 4

Kansas Points
Modified
Pos. Driver Hometown Points
1 . Jordan Grabouski Beatrice NE 43
2 . Darron Fuqua Mayetta 31
3 . Tyler Frye Belleville 29
4 . Dylan Sherfick Wakeeney 21
5 . Steven Bowers Jr. Topeka 19
6 . Corey Lagroon Salina 18
7 . David Murray Oberlin 16
8 . Clay Money Penokee 15
9 . Cole Traugott Woodward OK 15
10 . Dan Powers Wichita 14
11 . Jeremy Chambers Parsons 13
12 . Jeremy Frenier Fort Morgan CO 13
13 . Jesse Sobbing Malvern IA 13
14 . Brian Knoell Falun 12
15 . Joe Adams Enid OK 12
16 . Kerry Davis Parkville MO 12
17 . Mike Petersilie Holsington 12
18 . Tad Davis Mount Hope 11
19 . Cade Dillard Robeline LA 10
20 . Danny Morrison Bennington 10
21 . Kirby Robe Goddard 10

Kansas Points
Limited Modifieds
Pos. Driver Hometown Points
1 . Daniel Gottschalk Ellis 43
2 . Blaine Walt Collyer 28
3 . Chad Clancy Smithville MO 27
4 . Dustin Daniels Colby 20
5 . Dakota Sproul Ellis 18
6 . Mike Tanner Kansas City MO 14
7 . Shawn Strong Billings MO 14
8 . Bryan Rigsby Topeka 13
9 . Jeff Kaup 13
10 . J.C. Morton Springfield MO 12
11 . Riley Whitworth Humboldt 12
12 . Harley Peery Goddard 11
13 . Andy Bryant Fort Scott 10
14 . Lucas Isaacs Bonner Springs 10
15 . Tim Echevarria Junction City 10
16 . Trenton Kleweno Hays 10
17 . Brad Smith Belton MO 9
18 . Dustin Thulin 9
19 . Jake Nightingale Hutchinson 9
20 . Shawn Harker Nebraska City NE 9
21 . Yancy Shepard Smithville MO 9

The "Back Stretch"
Dirt Late Model Points
Pos. Driver Hometown Points
1 . Jonathan Davenport Blairsville GA 107
2 . Josh Richards Shinnston WV 96
3 . Scott Bloomquist Mooresburg TN 91
4 . Chris Madden Gray Court SC 53
5 . Brian Shirley Chatham IL 43
6 . Shane Clanton Locust Grove GA 43
7 . Darrell Lanigan Union KY 38
8 . Dale McDowell Chickamauga GA 34
9 . Jared Landers Batesville AR 32
10 . Bobby Pierce Oakwood IL 30
11 . Brandon Sheppard New Berlin IL 30
12 . Mike Marlar Winfield TN 29
13 . Dennis Erb Jr. Carpentersville IL 28
14 . Don O'Neal Martinsville IN 27
15 . Earl Pearson Jr. Jacksonville FL 23
16 . Brandon Overton Appling GA 22
17 . Donald McIntosh Dawsonville GA 22
18 . Tim McCreadie Watertown NY 22
19 . Gregg Satterlee Rochester Mills PA 21
20 . Casey Roberts Toccoa GA 19
21 . Rick Eckert York PA 19
22 . Billy Moyer Jr. Batesville AR 18
23 . Chris Ferguson Mount Holly NC 18
24 . Eddie Carrier Jr. Salt Rock WV 18
25 . Frank Heckenast Jr. Orland Park IL 16
26 . Jimmy Owens Newport TN 16
27 . Riley Hickman Ooletwah TN 15
28 . Steve Francis Ashland KY 15
29 . Willie Milliken Leland NC 15
30 . Devin Moran Dresden OH 14
31 . Ross Bailes Clover SC 14
32 . Ryan Unzicker El Paso IL 13
33 . Billy Moyer Batesville AR 12
34 . Cory Hedgecock Louden TN 12
35 . Jason Covert York Haven PA 12
36 . Kyle Bronson Brandon FL 12
37 . Randy Weaver Crossville TN 12
38 . Mark Whitener Middleburg FL 11
39 . Tim Dohm Cross Lanes WV 11
40 . Tony Jackson Jr. Lebanon MO 11
41 . Jason Hiett Lincoln AL 10
42 . Chris Simpson Marion IA 9
43 . Jimmy Mars Elk Mound WI 9
44 . Ryan Gustin Marshalltown IA 9
45 . Dennis Franklin Gaffney SC 8
46 . Jason Papich Santa Maria CA 8
47 . Tyler Carpenter Parkersburg WV 8
48 . Kyle Beard Trumann AR 7
49 . Ricky Thornton Jr. Chandler AZ 7
50 . Rodney Sanders Happy TX 7
51 . T.J. Reaid Acworth GA 7
52 . Terry Phillips Springfield MO 7
53 . Tyler Crowder Tallahassee FL 7
54 . Dale Hollidge Mechanicsville MD 6
55 . Dan Tipton 6
56 . David Brannon Elora TN 6
57 . Dean Bowen Whiteville NC 6
58 . Dylan Ames 6
59 . Jason Trammell 6
60 . John Ownbey Cleveland TN 6
61 . Mason Zeigler Chalk Hill PA 6
62 . Ronnie Johnson Chattanooga TN 6
63 . Ronny Lee Hollingsworth Northport AL 6
64 . Rusty Schlenk Jackson MI 6
65 . Boom Briggs Bear Lake PA 5
66 . Bub McCool Vicksburg MS 5
67 . Chub Frank Sugar Grove PA 5
68 . Don Shaw Ham Lake MN 5
69 . Donald Bradsher Burlington NC 5
70 . Duane Chamberlain Richmond IN 5
71 . Hunter Rasdon Jonesboro AR 5
72 . Ivedent Lloyd Jr. Ocala FL 5
73 . Jason Fitzgerald Jacksonville FL 5
74 . Jason Jameson Lawrenceburg IN 5
75 . Johnny Pursley Clover SC 5
76 . Jonathan Edwards Lake Wylie SC 5
77 . Kyle Hardy Stephens City VA 5
78 . McKay Wenger Fairbury IL 5
79 . Michael Chilton Salvisa KY 5
80 . Mike Lupfer Shermansdale PA 5
81 . Montana Dudley Phenix City AL 5
82 . Rhett Carter Blackshear GA 5
83 . Shannon Babb Mowequa IL 5
84 . Tim Manville Highland IL 5
85 . Wendell Wallace  Batesville AR 5
86 . Aaron Marrant Orrick MO 4
87 . Brett Hamm Newberry SC 4
88 . Chad Zobrist Highland IL 4
89 . Cody Mahoney Madison IN 4
90 . Corey Conley Wellsburg WV 4
91 . Doug Horton Ruskin FL 4
92 . Dustin Linville Bryantsville KY 4
93 . Freddie Carpenter Parkersburg WV 4
94 . Greg Johnson Bedford IN 4
95 . Jimmy Johnson Lavonia GA 4
96 . Joel Callahan Dubuque IA 4
97 . Josh Hall 4
98 . Max Blair Centerville PA 4
99 . Rich Bell Sheffield IL 4
100 . Richard Frost Clarksville TN 4
101 . Tanner English Benton KY 4
102 . Tim Roszell Coldwater AL 4
103 . William Thomas Phenix City AL 4