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Working Man Winner” Danny Creeden Tops I-88 Speedway Short Track SuperNationals 8

AFTON, NY – The epitome of a “low-budget” racer, Danny Creeden appropriately won the “Working Man’s Race” of 2015.

Creeden, of Wurtsboro, N.Y., authored a stirring drive to victory in Saturday night’s Halmar International Short Track SuperNationals 8 presented by Olum’s at I-88 Speedway, becoming the eighth different victor in as many editions of the event. He earned $5,000 from the posted purse, $50 from Lias Tire/American Racer as a heat winner, $940 in lap money (including $800 from Dale and Sue Smith and R&B Construction as the Halfway Leader) and $200 from Craig Decker Forest Products for crew chief Rob Bakker.

Creeden’s cash take from the 50-lap big-block/small-block event was a hefty $6,190.

Stewart Friesen, meanwhile, drove from 26th starting position to finish sixth and earned the 2015 Short Track Super Series (STSS) Fueled By Hi-Tek Bob Hilbert Sportswear North Region title, worth $15,000. Sprakers, N.Y.’s Friesen, a four-time winner on the series this season, earned the title by 134 markers over runner-up Danny Johnson.

A strong field of 54 Modifieds attempted to qualify for the STSS 2015 finale, with 28 starting the main event.

Delaware’s Matt Jester, who picked the pole via a redraw of top qualifiers. Jester led the opening six circuits before Mitch Gibbs put his No. 2G into the lead. Gibbs, a multi-time track champion, had started from outside the front row.

Creeden’s No. 16X was moving forward from 10th starting spot. Jester’s great run ended with a right-front wheel issue on the 11th lap. At that point, Creeden arrived in the runner-up spot and began his pursuit of the lead.

Creeden was chasing down Gibbs when a yellow on lap 21 set up a pivotal double-file restart.

Gibbs elected to start from the outside lane. Creeden was able to fire off the inside and take over the lead. Once in front, Creeden inched away from Gibbs during the race’s mid-portions.

Lapped traffic became heavy during the race’s final stretch of 29 green-flag laps.

As Creeden picked through traffic, Gibbs, an emerging Mike Mahaney (from 21st on the grid), Paul Jensen, Jeff Heotzler and Friesen diced from second through sixth.

Mahaney, of King Ferry, N.Y., put his Charlie Davis-owned No. 21 into second with less than five laps remaining but had little time to chase down Creeden, who earned the fourth BD Motorsports Media LLC victory of his career. He had previously won at I-88, Accord (N.Y.) and New Egypt (N.J.) speedways.

Jensen, of Edmeston, N.Y., started sixth, faded early and recovered to finish third, with Wallkill, N.Y.’s Jeff Heotzler recovering from a mid-race skirmish to finish fourth in Mel Schrufer’s No. 2A. Gibbs, of North Norwich, N.Y., completed the front five.

Finishing sixth through 10th, respectively were Friesen, who had been a late arrival to the speedway after competing at the New York State Fairgrounds in Syracuse, N.Y., earlier in the day; track regular Brett Tonkin of Carbondale, Pa., who started 16th and had spun on lap four; Bobby Varin of Sharon Springs, N.Y., in the Norm Hansell-owned No. 357 after pitting mid-race; Andy Bachetti of Sheffield, Mass., who made two trips to the pits during the main; and Ryan Jordan of Dryden, N.Y., who ran as high as third in the race’s early laps.

American Racer/Lias Tire $50 heat winners were Heotzler, Jeff Strunk of Boyertown, Pa., Jester, Mike Clapperton of Sidney Center, N.Y., Chad Cook of Deposit, N.Y., and Creeden. The three consolations were topped by Anthony Perrego of Montgomery, N.Y., Mahaney and Kyle Merkel of Gilbertsville, Pa.

On Friday night, Gibbs won the 8-lap Dash for the fastest six cars in Modified practice, earning an automatic redraw position for Saturday’s feature.

By a nose, Brad Weaver of Conklin, N.Y., held off Alison Ricci to win the 25-lap GRIT American Series Crate 602 Sportsman main. Weaver, the son of area star Brian Weaver, was driving a Jamie Batzel-backed No. 1K. Ricci nearly pulled even with Weaver on the event’s final lap working the inside lane. The third-generation driver fell a wheel short of her first I-88 victory.

Josh Keesey, Pat Jordan and Dale Welty finished third through fifth, respectively, after a final-lap skirmish and tech inspection.

Will Eastman of Oneonta, N.Y., pulled off a last-lap, last turn pass of Michael Burrows to win the Saturday 20-lap XCel 600 Modified “tour” event paying $1,000 to win. Eastman drove hard to the inside of Burrows entering turn three on the final lap and was able to annex the win. Burrows, Josh Pepe, Nathan Brinker and Kyle Fallis trailed.

Quebec’s Eric Sunborg took the lead mid-race and went on to win the 20-lap Empire Lightning Sprint event with a strong 19-car field on hand. Sunborg earned $500 for his efforts by defeating Peter Dance, Ty Tilton, Rick Stone and Stephane St. Laurant.

Ray See Jr. of Patterson, N.Y., rode the outside groove to victory in an entertaining 15-lap Vintage Modified Open run on Saturday afternoon. A dozen Vintage Modifieds took part in the event, with Rob Sanford chasing See across the line.

*****

Despite day-long rain and infrequent showers into the evening, Friday night’s preliminary program of the Short Track SuperNationals was completed in full. I-88 was the only track in New York State to race on Friday.

Alan Barker of Norwich, N.Y., led the Friday winners, taking the 30-lap Open vs. Crate 602 Sportsman event. Barker raced from eighth starting spot to take the lead. However, Barker was pressured heavily in the final laps by Harold Humphrey, who had started deep in the field from 18th position.

Humphrey found the inside lane of the speedway to his liking late in the going and fell less than a half car-length shy of the win at the line. New Jersey’s Steve Davis was third, followed by Jimmy Wells and Tim Guild (earning a $200 bonus as the highest-finishing Crate 602 engine).

Doug Polhamus drove to the 20-lap Green’s Flag Car Service Street Stock win, taking home $600 for his efforts. Polhamus was trailed to the finish by Butch Green, Steve Polhamus, Ray Lindquist and Russ Morseman.

It appeared Richie Hitzler was poised for a $1,000 XCel 600 Modified “tour race” payout in the 20-lap main, but Pipersville, Pa.’s Brian Carber had other ideas. Carber, using his Sprint Car experience, drove inside of Hitzler on the final lap to put the Harrar Motorsports car in Victory Lane. Hitzler settled for second, with Will Eastman, Jonathan Josko and Dylan McCrone finishing third through fifth.

Rich Wood of Enfield, Conn., topped the preliminary night 20-lap Empire Lightning Sprint main. Wood cruised to the win over Ty Tilton, Jordan Poirier, Rick Stone and Peter Dance.

The Four Cylinder cars and Trucks were part of a features-only program. Chris Andrew drove a car purchased from Dylan Robinson to the 15-lap triumph in the FWD Four Cylinders, while Bob Crandall held off Doug O’Hara to win the Empire Sport Truck 15-lap main.

*****

Saturday’s event concluded the ’15 STSS points-paying season. The Awards Banquet will be held at the Holiday Inn Lehigh Valley Conference Center in Allentown, Pa., on Dec. 19.

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HALMAR INTERNATIONAL SHORT TRACK SUPERNATIONALS 8 PRESENTED BY OLUM’S RACE SUMMARY – OCTOBER 10, 2015

Short Track Super Series Fueled By Hi-Tek Bob Hilbert Sportswear North Region Event No. 8 Modified Feature Finish (50 Laps): DANNY CREEDEN, Mike Mahaney, Paul Jensen, Jeff Heotzler, Mitch Gibbs, Stewart Friesen, Brett Tonkin, Bobby Varin, Andy Bachetti, Ryan Jordan, Nick Rochinski, Danny Johnson, Craig Hanson, Shaun Walker, Tommy Meier, Rusty Smith, Chad Cook, Mike Clapperton, Jackie Brown Jr., Nick Nye, Jeff Strunk, Kyle Merkel, Ken Titus, Matt Jester, Jimmy Becker, Mike Ricci, Anthony Perrego, Scott Ferrier.

Did Not Qualify: Elmo Reckner, Alan Barker, Danny Tyler, Shawn Ward, Billy Van Pelt, Ray See Jr., Justin Holland, Brad Rothaupt, Jim Walsh, Doug Manmiller, Brian Malcolm, Darwin Greene, Colton Wilson, Duane Hiller, Steve Young, Jimmy Wells, J.R. Hurlburt, Colt Harris, Donnie Lawson, Brandon Walters, Rich Ricci III, Chris Ostrowsky, Kyle Rohner, Dave Rosa, Lee DeWitt, Cory Costa.

‘Lucky 7’ Lap Money Breakdown ($1,870): Danny Creeden ($940); Mitch Gibbs ($190); Paul Jensen ($125); Jeff Heotzler ($100); Mike Mahaney ($85); Ryan Jordan ($80); Stewart Friesen ($80); Nick Rochinski ($50); Matt Jester ($40); Brett Tonkin ($40); Bobby Varin ($40); Jackie Brown Jr. ($40); Chad Cook ($20); Danny Johnson ($20); Mike Clapperton ($20)

Allstar Performance Bonuses ($50 Certificates): Paul Jensen (third) & Bobby Varin (eighth)
American Racer/Lias Tire Bonuses (FREE Tire):
Ryan Jordan (10th) & Craig Hanson (13th)
American Racer/Lias Tire Heat Race Winners ($50 Each):
Jeff Heotzler, Jeff Strunk, Matt Jester, Mike Clapperton, Chad Cook & Danny Creeden
ATL Fuel Cell Bonus ($100 Certificate):
Mitch Gibbs (fifth)
Behrent’s Performance Warehouse Bonuses ($50 Gift Cards):
Jeff Heotzler (fourth) & Andy Bachetti (ninth)
Bob Hilbert Sportswear Bonuses ($100 Certificates):
Jeff Heotzler (fourth), Shaun Walker (14th) & Matt Jester (24th)
Craig Decker Forest Products Crew Chief of the Race ($200):
Rob Bakker
Crunchco Snacks 11th-Place Bonus ($111):
Nick Rochinski (11th)
Dale and Sue Smith/R&B Construction Halfway Leader Bonus ($800):
Danny Creeden
Fast Axle Bonus ($50 Certificate): Brett Tonkin (seventh)
Shiley Fabrication Hard Luck Award (Bumpers and Rubrails): Billy Van Pelt (DNQ)
Upstate Auto Top Accord Speedway Regular ($200): Jeff Heotzler (fourth)
Vahlco Wheels Bonus (FREE Wheel): Mitch Gibbs (fifth)
Zubi’s Racing Hard Charger ($288):
Stewart Friesen (26th to sixth)

GRIT American Series Crate 602 Sportsman Feature Finish (25 Laps): BRAD WEAVER, Allison Ricci, Josh Keesey, Pat Jordan, Dale Welty, Stacy Jackson, Tim Guild, Kevin Sockriter, Kenny Peoples Jr., Zach Mead, Rich Powell, Randy Gates, Dustin Jordan, Eric Williams, Winter Mead, Pat O’Hanlon, William Gray, Shayne Spoonhower, Shea Montgomery, James Introne Jr., Brett Buono, Matt Brewer, Dusty Barton, Chuck Miller, Jacob Dgien.

Did Not Qualify: Matt Priscott, Donald Bellum, Lee Foland, Justin Cobb, Kurt Hohensheldt

XCel 600 Modified Feature Finish (20 Laps): WILL EASTMAN, Michael Burrows, Josh Pepe, Nathan Brinker, Kyle Fallis, Korey Inglin, Josh Bewley, Jonathan Josko, Richie Hitzler, Brian Blankenbiller, Kyle Inglin, Dennis Adams, Shawna Schibilia, Grant Schibilia, Brian Carber, Car No. 71, D.J. Hunt, Billy Koch, Dakota Barlet, Aaron Bowes, Car No. 008, Wyatt Harrar.

Empire Lightning Sprint Feature Finish (20 Laps): ERIC SUNBORG, Peter Dance, Ty Tilton, Rick Stone, Stephane St. Laurant, Anthony Haas, Yannick Poirier, Jordan Poirier, Nick DeNyse, Lou Torres, Tomy Moreau, Jerry Sehn, Mike Badgely, Chad Bennett, Kathy Bellen, Chris Hirt, Clint Roehrs, Robert Knowlton.

Did Not Start: Shilo Boyce

Vintage Modified Feature Finish (15 Laps): RAY SEE JR., Rob Sanford, Darral Hulburt, Chris Adams, Rob Casti, Buck Gasner, Mike Cole, Link Pettit, Brian Moore, John Hager, Phil Barkins, Jeff Hager.

*****

HALMAR INTERNATIONAL SHORT TRACK SUPERNATIONALS 8 PRESENTED BY OLUM’S RACE SUMMARY – OCTOBER 9, 2015

Open vs. Crate 602 Sportsman Feature Finish (30 Laps): ALAN BARKER, Harold Humphrey, Steve Davis, Jimmy Wells, Tim Guild, Winter Mead, Brett Buono, Aaron Shelton, Jim Britt, Pat O’Hanlon, Hunter Bates, Jack Speshock, Butch Klinger, Nick Nye, Robby Knipe, Randy Gates, Cory Pike, Shea Montgomery, Pat Jordan, Dustin Jordan, Lisa Williams, Craig Pope, Skip Pickwick, James Introne Jr.

Crate 602 Bonuses: Tim Guild ($200), Winter Mead ($100), Brett Buono ($75), Pat O’Hanlon ($50), Hunter Bates (Free Sat. Pass)

Did Not Qualify: Randy Green, Shayne Spoonhower, Brad Brightbill, Charlie Hendrickson Jr., Scott Lee, Paul Harrington III, Ray See Jr., Lee Foland, Michael Coffey Jr., Tom Tophoven, Michael Wahl, Allison Ricci, Chris Daley, Eric Williams, Don Bellen, Stacy Jackson, Rich Ricci III, Zach Mead.

Modified Dash – Winner Earns Saturday Redraw Position (8 Laps): MITCH GIBBS, Billy Van Pelt, Darwin Greene, Chad Cook, Rusty Smith, Jackie Brown Jr.

Street Stock Feature Finish (20 Laps): DOUG POLHAMUS, Butch Green, Steve Polhamus, Ray Lindquist, Ted Morseman, Rich Green, Shane Wolf Jr., Bob Buono, Damon Decker, Earl Zimmer, Robert Norber, Doug Stack, Dan Babcock, Trevor Dudley, Shawn Boynton, Matt Bowman.

XCel 600 Modified Feature Finish (20 Laps): BRIAN CARBER, Richie Hitzler, Will Eastman, Jonathan Josko, Dylan McCrone, Dakota Barlet, Josh Pepe, Bailey Boyd, Brian Blankenbiller, Dennis Adams, Kyle Inglin, Shawna Schibilia, Aaron Bowes, Kyle Fallis, Tim Van Horn, Michael Burrows, Doug Windhausen, Korey Inglin, D.J. Hunt, Dave Baldwin Jr., Jamie Frantz, Nathan Brinker, A.J. Miller.

Did Not Qualify: Grant Schibilia, Wyatt Harrar, Kamdin Maby, Josh Bewley, Eric Boyd, Drew Fallis, Billy Koch.

Empire Lightning Sprint Feature Finish (20 Laps): RICH WOOD, Ty Tilton, Jordan Poirier, Rick Stone, Peter Dance, Anthony Haas, Lou Torres, Clint Roehrs, Jerry Sehn, Kathy Bellen, Yannick Poirier, Nick DeNyse, Mike Badgley, Jason Shedd.

FWD Four Cylinder Feature Finish (15 Laps): CHRIS ANDREW, Don Doster, Chris Bonoffski, Josh Wilder, Todd Stanton, Steve Carpenter, Garrett Rushlow, Justin Holland, George Zeininger, Nick Kennedy, Phil Burns, Kenny Underwood, Rich Wagner, Connie Cornell.

Empire Sport Truck Feature Finish (15 Laps): BOB CRANDALL, Doug O’Hara, Rob Loucks, Wayne Van Dusen, Dustin Wilber, Alan Hodge, Brandon Clapperton.

Did Not Start: Ralph Cuozzo Jr.

Octoberfast 2015.Modifieds to race for 150 laps and $6000 top prize. Late Models and Street Stocks battle for $1500 payday

unnamedMahoning Valley Speedway ready for Octoberfast 2015…Modifieds to race for 150 laps and $6000 top prize…Late Models and Street Stocks battle for $1500 payday

(LEHIGHTON, Pa. 10-11-15) Mahoning Valley Speedway’s premier event, Octoberfast 2015, is set to take place this coming Saturday, October 17. Race time is 4:00 p.m.

This year’s edition of Octoberfast will feature a three division program that will be headlined by the Modifieds racing for a track record distance and first place payout of 150-laps and $6000 to win.

It is also the final race of the 2015 Central States Modified Gamblers Series which offers the top card holder $2000.

Also on the card will be Late Models and Street Stocks with each respective winner taking home $1500 for the victory.

This will mark the fourth running of Octoberfast. In the previous trio the action was everything that was expected. Great car counts, great action and an enthusiastic crowd that always turns out for to see who will take home the coveted Octoberfast trophy and cash.

Matt Hirschman is the defending Octoberfast winner. He also won this event in 2012. In 2013 the victor was Zane Zeiner. He was also runner-up last year.

In each of those races the distance was 130 laps and $5000 to win. At the start of this season promoter Floyd Santee felt it was time to step it up by boosting the race length by 20 laps and tossing in an additional $1000. Never before has that type of payday been offered at Mahoning. Likewise this will be the most laps run, which obviously is well worth it.

While Hirschman and Zeiner have been the lucky ones to take Octoberfast wins, rest assured they had to beat out a field of Modified talent that are as good it gets, starting with the core of Mahoning regulars.

That group will be led by recently crowned track champion Earl Paules. He has not won a race since mid-June and will no doubt be a factor come next Saturday.

Also on that list is Austin Kochenash who is fresh off a 100 lap victory and has a load of momentum going his way to not only win but take the Gamblers Series money as well. He can ultimately pocket $8000.

And, while many seek to claim the Octoberfast victory, none may want it more than Eric Beers. In each of the three previous shows he finished third and in the last two led late into the event. Beers, who finished third in points and had a division high five feature wins, is tied with Hirschman for most Mahoning extra distance wins at 11. He’d like nothing better than to take sole possession of that mark by the time the checkers wave.

Kris Graver, Don Wagner, Chip Santee, Kyle Strohl, Kevin Rex Jr., John Markovic and Eric Kocher will be part of the host of other track combatants on hand.

As always the “outsiders” will be coming. Watch for New York standouts the Zacharias brothers, Jimmy and TJ. New Jersey’s Roger Coss has committed to the race as well. Matter of fact many of the New Jersey drivers have made it a point to enter and try to take the money back to the Garden State. Anthony Sesely, who had a top five here last year, is in.

The track has also received calls from a number of drivers from the Sunoco RoC Asphalt Tour and as far away as Connecticut.

The action doesn’t stop there either as Late Models and Street Stocks round off the program.

Paul Koehler Jr., has just won his track leading fourth division championship and will be one of the top cars to beat in 60-lap Late Model main. However, points runner-up Mike Sweeney, who has had a career season, winning nine times and has been the man to beat over the second half of the season, will be focused on taking his win total to double digits.

Zach Graver beat Randy Schlenker by one position on the final point race a week ago and earned this year’s Street Stock title. Graver will lead the always strong field of Street Stockers that are considered one of the best support classes in the country. This year saw an amazing 18 different winners in 23 races.

Saturday’s Street Stock feature will be contested over 75 laps. It is also race number five of the American Rental Street Stock Gamblers Series.

Pit gates for Octoberfast 2015 open at 11:00 a.m. Any teams that wish to run an early practice can do so from noon to 2:00 pm. Early paid practice is $25 per car.

Regular warm-ups will take place from 2:15 – 3:15. Heats begin at 4:00. All drivers will draw for heat starting spots. There will be a re-draw for feature starting positions.

Pit admission is $40. Modified registration fee is $75. Late Model and Street Stock registration fee is $40.

Grandstands open at 2:00. Admission is $25. Kids 10 and under are free. There are no discounts.

More information will be out later this week. Additional news can be found on the track’s official site at www.mahoningvalley-speedway.com or on Facebook at Mahoning Valley Speedway and on Twitter at twitter.com/MahoningSpeed.

Mahoning Valley Speedway is adjacent to the Mahoning Valley Farmers Market on PA Route 443 just a few miles west of Lehighto

NAPA Super DIRT Week – Saturday results, Sunday schedule

Super Dirt LogoPaine earns final Syracuse 200 starting spot at Rolling Wheels Raceway

SYRACUSE, N.Y. – Oct. 10, 2015 – Saturday’s NAPA Super DIRT Week race card leading up to Sunday’s Finale at the Fairgrounds $50,000-to-win Syracuse 200 was action-packed.

In addition to Jimmy Phelps’ victory in the Salute to the Troops 150 for 358-Modifieds and the Triple-20’s for Big-Block Modifieds, Aussie Peter Britten was triumphant in the 20-lap Big-Block Last Chance Race that earned a Syracuse 200 starting spot for seven drivers.

Last Chance Race Finish (20 laps): 1. Peter Britten, 2. Brian Swarthout, 3. Mark Forte Jr., 4. Jeff Rockefeller, 5. Tom Sears Jr., 6. Bob McGannon, 7. Jamie Maier, 8. Kevin Albert, 9. Marcus Dinkins, 10. Dave Allen, 11. Tyler Siri, 12. Vince Vitale, 13. Billy VanInwegen, 14. Tommy Flannigan, 15. Jeff Miller, 16. Steve Feder, 17. Mickael Labreche, 18. Mike Turner, 19. Rick Reglaski Jr., 20. Bob Hamm Jr., 21. Todd Milton, 22. Roy Bresnahan, 23. Frankie Caprara.

Steve Paine of Waterloo, N.Y. survived pressure from a determined Mike Bowman after taking control early in the “Win and You’re In” Big-Block Modified 25-lap event at Rolling Wheels. The victory assured Paine the final starting spot in the Syracuse 200 field.

In the “Salute to the Troops 150”, Phelps steered his Troyer Mud Buss across the finish line 0.465 of a second in front of Billy Dunn, who charged around the outside of Tim McCreadie in turn one on the restart with two laps to go and made a bid for a dramatic victory. Dunn pulled up to Phelps’s rear bumper entering one on the last circuit, but Phelps pulled away by several car lengths off turn two and carried the momentum to the checkered flag.

McCreadie, who pitted for fuel with Phelps on lap 41 and then was the second car out of the pit area behind Phelps when the two drivers came in again to make their mandatory post-lap-50 pit stop on the 69th circuit, settled for a third-place finish. Brett Hearn finished fourth and Marc Johnson placed fifth after cracking the top five on a lap-139 restart.

Salute to the Troops 150 – 358-Modified Finish

Pos Start Name Laps Earnings
1 8 Jimmy Phelps 152 $20,000
2 1 Billy Dunn 152 $10,000
3 33 Tim McCreadie 152 $5,000
4 2 Brett Hearn 152 $3,000
5 13 Marc Johnson 152 $2,000
6 5 J.R. Heffner 152 $1,500
7 6 Stewart Friesen 152 $1,200
8 9 Ronnie Johnson 152 $1,000
9 17 Michael Parent 152 $800
10 12 Wayne Jelley 152 $600
11 28 Bob McGannon 152 $400
12 34 Mark D’Ilario 152 $350
13 11 Carey Terrance 152 $320
14 16 Erick Rudolph 152 $310
15 23 Tyler Dippel 152 $300
16 35 Demeirjouis Drelllos 152 $290
17 10 Mario Clair 151 $280
18 3 Kenny Tremont Jr. 150 $270
19 26 Brian McDonald 147 $260
20 20 Matt Janiak 146 $250
21 38 Greg Atkins 107 $250
22 15 Mathieu Desjardins 104 $250
23 24 Ryan Darcy 104 $250
24 19 Frankie Caprara 99 $250
25 14 Ryan Krachun 99 $250
26 18 Ryan Godown 93 $250
27 7 Larry Wight 87 $250
28 31 Chris Raabe 37 $250
29 30 Jerry Higbie 35 $250
30 22 Bob Sarkisian 34 $250
31 29 Neil Stratton 29 $250
32 4 Billy Decker 28 $250
33 32 Alain Boisvert 16 $250
34 36 Tommy Flannigan 7 $250
35 39 Aaron Jacobs 1 $250
36 21 Yan Bussiere 0 $250
37 25 Kevin Albert 0 $250
38 27 Tim Sears Jr. 0 $250
39 37 Brian Sage 0 $250

Sportsman Shane Pecore of Cornwall, ON and Pro Stock Rob Yetman of Castleton, N.Y. were the quickest qualifiers in their division’s respective time trials. Each will start from the pole position in the divisional features on Sunday.

New Jersey’s Brian Papiez of Belle Mead, N.J. was initially the fastest Sportsman qualifier, but his time was disallowed because post-race inspection found his car to have an unapproved air-box.

DIRTCar NE Sportsman Time Trial results:

Pos No. Name Time Speed
1 0 Shane Pecore

33.463

107.582

2 28 Jim Spellmon

33.657

106.961

3 52F James M. Freisen

33.674

106.907

4 32R Ron Davis III

33.729

106.733

5 92 Joey Ladouceur

33.787

106.55

6 42 Brian Murphy

33.833

106.405

7 55c Jesse Cotriss

33.872

106.282

8 27 Jeremy Pitts

33.938

106.076

9 2T Chris Thurston

33.942

106.063

10 1J Rocky Warner

33.983

105.935

11 234 Adam McAulliffe

34.002

105.876

12 47s Corey Wheeler

34.081

105.631

13 98 Dan Kapuscinski

34.098

105.578

14 30 Brad Rouse

34.121

105.507

15 12 Taylor Caprara

34.193

105.285

16 93J Cody Bleau

34.194

105.282

17 1 Sammy Reakes

34.196

105.275

18 415 Andrew Wren

34.217

105.211

19 28w Sandy Pembleton

34.242

105.134

20 M1 Dave Marcuccilli

34.311

104.956

21 33 Alex Lajoie

34.351

104.800

22 1F A.J. Lloyd

34.397

104.66

23 52 Jessica Power

34.404

104.639

24 96x Joel Hearne

34.407

104.63

25 21 James Henry

34.436

104.542

26 33h Matt Hitchcock

34.445

104.514

27 16J Aaron Jacobs

34.470

104.439

28 24 Nick Krause

34.473

104.43

29 180 Aaron Pugh

34.496

104.36

30 00 Frank Holmes

34.501

104.345

31 711 John Sowle

34.504

104.336

32 86 M. Steffenhagen

34.526

104.269

33 20k Kyle Inman

34.539

104.23

34 65 Scott Hitchens

34.565

104.152

35 17d Tristan Draper

34.573

104.127

36 28m Tyler Meeks

34.579

104.109

37 67g Eric Giguere

34.588

104.082

38 7 pik Robert Bublak

34.593

104.067

39 14x Scott Duell

34.595

104.061

40 22 Brett Martin

34.596

104.058

41 22 Matt Smith

34.599

104.049

42 70 John Virgillio

34.601

104.043

43 14k Kyle Wilson

34.603

104.037

44 271 Tiger Chapman

34.609

104.019

45 53 Whitey Slavin

34.613

104.007

46 23 John McAuliffe

34.618

103.992

47 4 Cody Clark

34.631

103.953

48 15b Brianna Ladouceur

34.631

103.953

49 27w Nick Webb

34.636

103.938

50 7 Dave Constantino

34.68

103.806

51 32h Brian Hilz

34.702

103.74

52 00k Chris Kokosa

34.71

103.717

53 19d Ricky Thompson

34.712

103.711

54 14 Chad Edwards

34.714

103.705

55 09 Connor Cleveland

34.715

103.702

56 78A Brad Agler

34.733

103.648

57 35w Chris Curtis

34.742

103.621

58 03x John Behron

34.76

103.567

59 49x Moise Page

34.77

103.538

60 4 Greg Martin

34.77

103.538

61 4 Mike Butler

34.798

103.454

62 24P Brian Pessolano

34.799

103.451

63 23s Mike Stacey

34.800

103.448

64 85 Steve Abt

34.805

103.433

65 11s Steven Lewis Jr.

34.825

103.389

66 57x Brandon Sweet

34.835

103.344

67 17T Todd Town

34.898

103.158

68 88c Connor Dawdy

34.902

103.146

69 17 Brian Krummel

34.969

102.948

70 343 Randy Sweetman

35.010

102.828

71 12g Matt Guererri

35.018

102.804

72 tb82 Taylor Lamb

35.040

102.74

73 27a Gilles Godard

35.058

102.687

74 44 Dave Conant Jr.

35.125

102.491

75 18Jr Louie Jackson Jr.

35.176

102.343

76 17J Jamie Platt

35.183

102.322

77 29k Chris Cunningham

35.19

102.302

78 21 Adam Gage

35.259

102.102

79 14s Austin Smith

35.425

101.623

80 43 Martin Hebert

35.442

101.574

81 8 Alan Fink

35.602

101.118

82 16 Earl Rudy

35.622

101.061

83 4t Tony Komida

36.031

99.914

84 21L Alissa Cody

36.118

99.673

85 8v K. VanNorsrand

36.246

99.321

86 M22 Mike DuBois

36.278

99.234

87 12J Jim Morton

36.416

98.858

88 7s Michael Sabia

37.127

96.964

89 12 Randy Miller

37.261

96.616

90 74 Carl R Inman

37.329

96.44

91 99 Diana Huyck

41.538

86.668

92 96 Rob Maxon
93 99 Brian Papiez DQ

Pro Stock Time Trial results:

No. Name Time Speed
7Y Rob Yetman

37.224

96.712

715n Nick Stone

37.464

96.092

1 Francois Adam

37.628

95.673

2H Luke Horning

37.636

95.653

73 PJ Peters

37.709

95.468

47 Dave Bissonnette

37.893

95.004

7d Chuck Dumblonski

37.897

94.994

7c Glenn Forward

37.944

94.877

8 Jay Corbin

37.953

94.854

8c Sean Corr

37.959

94.839

24 Robbie Speed

38.045

94.625

2 Pete Stefanski

38.065

94.575

48R Jocelyn Roy

38.114

94.453

4 Chad Arsenault

38.134

94.404

324 Jason Casey

38.166

94.325

14 Kim Duell

38.177

94.298

690 Sid Harner Jr.

38.234

94.157

4 Roch Aubin

38.331

93.919

315 Jonathan Routhier

38.384

93.789

93 Kenny Martin Jr.

38.414

93.716

4c Dean Charbonneau

38.431

93.674

15v Guy Viens

38.495

93.519

17 Nick Hilt

38.498

93.511

6 Stephane Lebrun

38.637

93.175

27 Bill Knapp

38.678

93.076

5c Randy Cosselman

38.724

92.966

322 Jay Casey

38.804

92.774

4d Dave Rogers

38.821

92.733

11 Ed Thompson

38.949

92.429

711 Russ Marsden

38.983

92.348

50 Bob Andrews

39.054

92.18

715 Gus Hollner

39.06

92.166

15 Dan Wood

39.105

92.06

22 Andrew Walters

39.171

91.905

0 Mike Welch

39.282

91.645

23 Chuck Towslee

39.317

91.563

7n Jim Normolye

39.416

91.333