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Riverhead Raceway Golf Outing & Swap Shop


Riverhead, NY Oct. 28th.

The second weekend of November will be a busy one for the tight knit Riverhead Raceway racing community as two fun filled events will unfold. Saturday November 10th the 1st Annual Riverhead Raceway Golf Shootout will be held at the Vineyards Golf Club of Riverhead while on Sunday November 11th Bob Finan will host the annual Long Island Automotive Swap Shop at Riverhead Raceway.

What started off as casual social media post by NASCAR Modified driver Kyle Ellwood inquiring who’d be interested in a fall golf outing has morphed into the 1st Annual Riverhead Raceway Golf Shootout. Ellwood and Riverhead Raceway announcer Stephen Halpin got together and Halpin with his years of experience at organizing such type outings including the former Tom Baldwin Memorial events have collectively come up with the 1st Annual Riverhead Raceway Golf Shootout.

Registration will be at 11:00 am with a shot gun start set for 12 noon. The fee for the outing is $125 that includes beer on the course at no charge, lunch at the turn and a buffet dinner and two hour open bar in the clubhouse for 2 hours after the round. Cash prizes will go to the Longest Drive & Closest To Pin, with numerous giveaways and prizes also distributed. The Vineyards Golf Club is owned by Brian Slaga of East West Marine Supply fame, a long time sponsor of NASCAR Modified racing as well the East West Marine Supply Go Zone at Riverhead Raceway. The Vineyards is also the new home for the Long island Daytona 500 party in February.

Halpin and Ellwood were hopeful for a minimum of 60 golfers for the Riverhead Raceway Golf Shootout and are already two thirds of the way to that goal as of press time. To enter either a foursome or individually please contact Stephen Halpin @ 516-790-6178.

The very next morning at Riverhead Raceway longtime announcer and PR man Bob Finan will present the annual Long island Automotive Swap Shop, a race car and automotive flea market for the local racer and automotive buffs. “I can’t thank Eddie & Connie Partridge and Tom Gatz enough for allowing me the opportunity to again serve as the promoter of the swap shop” Finan noted while announcing details for the event. Vendors will pay $20 per vendor spot while all other spectators will be charged $5 and Finan added, “it might be the Long island Automotive Swap Shop but all type vendors are welcome to display their wares and you really can’t beat the price”. The Long island Automotive Swap Shop will run from 10:00 am until 4:00 pm.

Tickets for the January 11th, 2019 Riverhead Raceway Championship Awards dinner can be pre-purchased as track GM John Ellwood has disclosed he’ll have them at the Sunday L.I. Automotive Swap Shop. A special 50/50 raffle will also be staged at both the Riverhead Raceway Golf Shootout and L.I. Automotive Swap Shop to aid Sara Sylvester, who over the years has raised and distributed lap money for all divisions and racers at the track. Sara recently had her left leg amputated from the knee down, a procedure she had already endured on her right leg.

For information on both events please do not call the track office but rather for the golf outing Stephen Halpin @ 516-790-6178 while for the swap shop call Bob Finan at Indy 300 Fast Lube, 631-447-5823.


-Jeremie Haudricort (Sportsman); Tommy Krawczyk (Super Stocks); Jimmy Pearce (Four Cylinders); Rich Sharpe (Street Stocks); Sam Fullone (Late Models) all Race of Champions Weekend Winners-

North East, Pennsylvania – (October 1, 2018) – Matt Hirschman of Northampton, Pennsylvania, became the most prolific winner in the history of the Race of Champions after capturing his 6th career and 4th consecutive in the 68th edition of the event at Lake Erie Speedway in North East, Penn., to close out Presque Isle Downs & Casino Race of Champions weekend.  Hirschman’s victories came on three distinctly different type tracks in Chemung (N.Y.) Speedrome, Oswego (N.Y.) Speedway and Lake Erie, which is a 3/8-mile progressively banked oval.

“This is really unreal for us, we had a great car today but the pit stop strategy was challenging,” stated Hirschman following the race. “Things went our way and we were able to manage the tires and use the race tracks multiple lanes to our advantage and put ourselves in a position to win. The track provides two wide racing all over it and it must have been a great race to watch because there were so many battles. It takes everything to win this race and to do it six times now is humbling and very special. This race means a great deal to my family. My Dad (Tony Hirschman) has won it four times. It is an incredible feeling and this truly means a great deal to all of us.”

Hirschman took home $12,500 for the win.

Hirschman started the 250-lap race from second and took the lead from Chuck Hossfeld of Ransomville, N.Y., and held the top spot for until lap 144 when pit cycling began.

Six different drivers took their turn at the top position during the event; Hossfeld, Austin Kochenash of Danielsville, Pa., Andy Jankowiak of Tonawanda, N.Y., Daren Scherer of Binghamton, N.Y., and Eric Beers of Northampton, Pa., before Hirschman took back the top spot for good on lap 203.

Hossfeld and Jankowiak were battling for the Race of Champions title before Jankowiak’s engine expired late in the race. Hossfeld went on to finish second and clinch his fourth series crown.

Kochenash finished third for the second straight season. Jimmy Zacharias of Candor, N.Y., finished fourth and Jack Ely of Wall, N.J., rounded out the top-five.

Hossfeld set fast time during green-white-checker qualifying while Kochenash, Danny Knoll, Jr., of North Tonawanda, N.Y., and Ely won the qualifying races.

During post-race inspection several items were specifically inspected including; compression, the ignition system, MSD Box, transmission and carburetors. All cars passed inspection.

Jimmy Pearce of Buffalo, N.Y., won the Race of Champions Four Cylinder “Dash” Series event over Greg Moldt of Chemung, N.Y., who finished second. Travis Montgomery of Ontario, N.Y., finished third and earned the first-ever Race of Champions Four Cylinder “Dash” Series championship.

Rich Sharpe of Buffalo, N.Y., claimed the Street Stock race over Nik Welshans of West Falls, N.Y., who came home second. Tim Welshans of West Falls, N.Y., finished third.

Sam Fullone of North Collins, N.Y., won the Race of Champions Late Model for the second consecutive year. Jerick Johnson who towed all the way from Mooresville, N.C., finished second. Terry Weldy of Clarence, N.Y., finished third. Eldon King, III of Delevan, N.Y., claimed the Race of Champions Late Model Series championship.

On Friday night Jeremie Haudricort of Bliss, N.Y., scored his first ever Race of Champions Sportsman Modified Series victory over George Skora of Eden, N.Y., and Patrick Emerling of Orchard Park, N.Y.

Scott Wylie of Blasdell, N.Y., earned the Series championship with a 10th place finish.

Tommy Krawczyk of West Seneca, N.Y., won a wild Race of Champions Super Stock Series feature. Krawczyk out ran Joe Mancuso of Buffalo, N.Y., who finished second and earned his second Race of Champions Super Stock Series championship, third championship dating back to the previous name of the Series, the Big 10 Super Stock Series. Mike Nichols of Elmira, N.Y., finished third.

Full and detailed race results and point standings can be obtained at www.rocmodifiedseries.com

John Julicher, Sr., (former Late Model driver and two-time Race of Champions Late Model winner); David Kerper (former Race of Champions employee) and “The Fans” were all inducted into the Race of Champions Hall-of-Fame and will be recognized on the Al Gerber Race of Champions Memorial Trophy.

The Race of Champions is a sanctioning body presenting Modified and Stock Car racing on asphalt and dirt surfaces throughout the Northeast, with events in New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey with primary marketing partners Hoosier Racing Tire, VP Racing Fuels, US Army, Upstate Automotive Group, Waddell Communications, Pilat Graphic Design, Jerico Performance, TDH Refrigeration, Sherwood Racing Wheels, PavedTrackDigest.com and Speed51.com. The 68th annual Race of Champions weekend will take place in 2018 at Lake Erie Speedway in North East, Pennsylvania and is the second longest consecutive auto-racing event in North America, second only to the Indianapolis 500.

For more information, contact;

Race of Champions Media at media@rocmodifiedseries.com

Follow us on Twitter; Instagram and Facebook; @RoCModSeries or visit our website: www.rocmodifiedseries.com

Feature Finish; Saturday, September 29, 2018

68th Annual Race of Champions 250

Presque Isle Downs & Casino Race of Champions Weekend

Lake Erie Speedway, North East, Pennsylvania

Finishing Position, Starting Position, Car Number, Driver, Laps Completed, Reason Out (If Any)

Pos           Starting Position      No.           Name                                       Laps

1              2                              60            Matt Hirschman                       250

2              1                              22            Chuck Hossfeld

3              7                              66            Austin Kochenash

4              6                              71            Jimmy Zacharias

5              9                              54            Jack Ely

6              4                              07            Patrick Emerling

7              3                              45            Eric Beers

8              12                            88            Scott Wylie

9              13                            25            Mike Leaty

10            15                            3              Daren Scherer

11            8                              17            Danny Knoll, Jr.

12            10                            65            George Skora, III

13            18                            26            J.R. Kent

14            11                            19            Dave Schneider

15            23                            0              Randall Richards

16            19                            40            Alan Bookmiller

17            20                            32            Tyler Rypkema

18            21                            65l           Daryl Lewis, Jr.                         250

19            17                            34            John Fortin                              209

20            5                              12x          Andy Jankowiak                        195          Engine

21            24                            74            Sherri Hogan                            134          Over Heating

22            16                            59            Karl Hehr                                 105          Electrical

23            25                            19b          Austin Beers                             81            Over Heating

24            26                            00            Connor Sellars                          66            Mechanical

25            14                            95            Bryan Sherwood                       60            Mechanical

26            22                            1              Chris Risdale                            3              Mechanical

Time of Race: 1 hour 42 minutes 52 seconds              Average Speed 54.800 mph  Margin of victory: .629 seconds

Lead Changes: 7 between 6 drivers [Chuck Hossfeld, 1-6], [Matt Hirschman, 7-144], [Hossfeld, 145-147], [Austin Kochenash, 148-180], [Andy Jankowiak, 181-182], [Daren Scherer,183-201], [Eric Beers, 202-203], [Matt Hirschman, 203-250]

Speed51.com “Top of the Board” Award; Chuck Hossfeld (14.812 seconds @ 91.142 mph)

Paved Track Qualifying Race Winners; Austin Kochenash (1); Danny Knoll, Jr. (1); Jack Ely (1)

Jerico Performance “Jammin’ Gears Awards”; Randall Richards (Advanced 8 positions in feature)

US Army Top Performer Award; Chuck Hossfeld (14.888 seconds @ 90.677 mph)

Jan “Pops” Leaty Award – Leader Lap 25 – Matt Hirschman

$100 Bicknell Racing Products Certificate Award (Third Place) – Austin Kochenash

MyRacePass “Free Pass” Award – John Fortin

Speed51 “Every Lap Matters” Fastest Practice Lap – Matt Hirschman

DNQ: Dan Majchrzak; Mark Hoch

Feature Finish; Saturday September 29, 2018

Race of Champions – Race of Champions Late Model Series

Lake Erie Speedway, North East, Pa.

Finishing Position, Car Number, Driver, Laps Completed, Reason Out (If Any)

Pos           No.           Name

1              48            Sammy Fulllone       40

2              76            Jerick Johnson

3              66            Terry Weldy

4              11            Bob Weber

5              93            Dave Russell

6              0              Eldon King, III

7              21            Joe Berretta

8              20n          Scott Nurmi             39

9              11X          Dan Dressel              39

10            20g          Neil Gacom              37

11            31x          Ron Richter              36

12            2              Dave Whittaker        27

13            24            Dave Rigan               DNS

Qualifying Race Winners; Sam Fullone; Bob Weber

Feature Finish; Saturday September 29, 2018

Race of Champions – Race of Champions Four Cylinder “Dash” Series

Lake Erie Speedway, North East, Pa.

Finishing Position, Car Number, Driver, Laps Completed, Reason Out (If Any)

Pos           No.           Name

1              26            Jimmy Pearce

2              51M         Greg Moldt

3              04            Travis Montgomery

4              89            Jody London

5              28            David Brunka

6              09            Dan Dressel

7              36            Michelle Russo

8              27            Joe Brunka

9              83            Jeff Szafreniec

10            25            David Milbrand

11            54            Briar Dils

12            88            Gene Perris

13            32            Robert Palmer

14            30            Bob Bogner

15            14            Allison Montgomery

16            10x          Ryan Palmer

17            1              Ryan Pums

18            9              Braedon Suffoletta

19            17            Mike Ferris

20            51            Chris Eagan

21            73            Adam Killingbeck

22            2              Dave Harbst

23            40            Austin Montgomery

24            27k          Greg Krause

25            33            Bobby Woch

26            37NY        Josh Schosek

27            66            Jacob Gustafsson

28            71x          Nicole Maltby

29            04B          Alex Broward

Qualifying Race Winners: Greg Moldt; Jimmy Pearce; Dave Milbrand; Allison Montgomery

Feature Finish; Saturday, September 29, 2018

Race of Champions – Street Stock

Lake Erie Speedway, North East, Pa.

Finishing Position, Car Number, Driver, Laps Completed, Reason Out (If Any)

Pos           No.           Name

1              93            Rich Sharpe

2              41            Nik Welshans

3              32            Tim Welshans

4              36            Ken Maltby

5              55            Tommy Wentland

6              81            Jake Wylie

7              83            Jeff Szafraniec

8              94            Kory Rider

9              42            Scott Chaplin

10            2              Scott Gleed

11            53            Bob Blaszek

Qualifying Race Winners: Nik Welshans; Rich Sharpe

Feature Finish; Friday, September 28, 2018

Race of Champions Super Stock Series

Lake Erie Speedway, North East, Pa.

Finishing Position, Car Number, Driver, Laps Completed, Reason Out (If Any)

Pos           No.           Name

1              48            Tom Krawcyzk

2              64            Joe Mancuso

3              72            Mike Nichols

4              71            Tim Gullo

5              09            Andy Cryan

6              34            Charlie Sharpsteen

7              44            Jake Wylie

8              7              Josh Hunter

9              28            Tommy Barron

10            75W         Zach Willis

11            75            Chuck Anderson

12            48B          Eric Brown

13            99            Bob Ripely

14            23            Mark Shipman

15            84            Josh Schoonmaker

16            94x          Paul Flye

17            83            Jeff Szafraniec

18            1              Vern Hedderick

19            06            T.J. Cochrane

Qualifying Race Winners; Joe Mancuso; T.J. Cochrane

Feature Finish; Friday, September 28, 2018

Race of Champions Asphalt Sportsman Modified Series

Lake Erie Speedway, North East, Pa.

Finishing Position, Car Number, Driver, Laps Completed, Reason Out (If Any)

Pos           No.           Name

1              39            Jeremy Haudricourt

2              65NY        George Skora III

3              07            Patrick Emerling

4              51            Shawn Nye

5              10            Mike Fiebelkorn

6              1              Tony Hanbury

7              17            Kevin Timmerman

8              94            Zack Curren

9              32            Tyler Rypkema

10            44            Scott Wylie

11            65            Andy Lewis

12            41            Andy Jankowiak

13            00            Connor Sellars

14            8              Chris Finnochario

15            11K          Ricky Knapp

16            1              Mike Leaty

17            74            Sherri Hogan

18            2              Owen Bednasz

19            36            David Koslowski

20            20            Nick Morich

21            98            Charlie Sharpsteen

22            11            Bob Weber

23            84            Neal Dietz

24            6              Tom Alloco

25            71            Jimmy Zacharias

26            27            Jake Vernon

27            09            Mike Ramos

28            87            Matt Druar

29            96            Don Pringle

30            19            Austin Beers

31            33            Eddie Hawkins

Qualifying Race Winners; Neil Dietz; George Skora, III; Kevin Timmerman; Mike Fiebelkorn

Photo Credit: Alex and Helen Bruce


Riverhead, NY Sept. 29th
By Bob Finan

When the 40-lap NASCAR Modified feature lined up Saturday night at Riverhead Raceway Tom Rogers Jr. of Riverhead trailed Kyle Soper of Manorville by 10-points for the championship. When the race took the checker flag Rogers had won the battle winning his 4th race of 2018 but the 22-year old Soper won the war securing his first career NASCAR Modified championship off his 4th place finish. Soper driving for Wayne & Joette Anderson beat Rogers out by 6 points for the 2018 Whelen All American Series title and earlier in the night won his second consecutive Late Model championship.

Dylan Slepain and Eddie Brunnhoelzl III raced their way out front at the start of the race with Slepian showing the way with Brunnhoelzl a close second. Brunnhoelzl raced his way by Slepian on lap 9 for the race lead with Tom Rogers Jr. who started the race 8th getting by early leader Slepian as well for second. A lap 10 caution flag would change the complexion of the race as on the ensuing double file restart Rogers was able to power his way out front passing Brunnhoelzl as the field started the 11th lap. Chris Young made his way by Brunnhoelzl for second and he’d chase Rogers until lap 28 when he was passed by Kyle Ellwood. Kyle’s stay in second was brief as he would spin in turn 2 on lap 30 drawing a caution flag.

With 10-laps to go on the restart Rogers had done all he could to win the title by leading the race. Soper in the meantime was having a racer that at times saw him close enough to Rogers to win the crown but there were a few anxious moments where Kyle dropped too far back of Rogers. When the race resumed after the Ellwood spin Rogers remained the race leader with a new challenger in Dave Brigati. Over the final 10-lap run Tom Rogers Jr. in the Stakey’s Pumpkin Farm Chevy nailed down his 52nd career win and in victory lane immediately saluted Kyle Soper, “hats off to Kyle and his team on the championship” Rogers noted. “As for my team, we never quit, the car was bent late in the year and my team just kept digging and just came up short”.

Late Model and Modified champion Kyle Soper Michael Jaworecki Myracenews Photo

In his championship interview a soft spoken Soper reflected, “It’s an honor to be able to give Wayne & Joette Anderson another championship, I have to thank them and the Corwin family of Eastport Feeds for believing in me it’s a dream come true”.

Dave Brigati of Calverton was runner-up in the JDL Environmental Chevy while John Fortin of Holtsville placed third in the Long Island Truck Parts Chevy. Soper and John Baker of Brookhaven completed the top five.

Late Model Winner Jeremy McDermott Michael Jaworecki Myracenews photo

In the 25-lap Late Model feature Jeremy McDermott of Riverhead won his 2nd event of 2018. Kevin Metzger raced to the early lead but McDermott was applying the pressure early and on lap 2 executed an outside pass down the backstretch to take over the race lead. One lap later Metzger was passed by Chris Turbush for second and the race was on for the win. However Turbush’s run towards a 6th win in 2018 hit a roadblock when he spun on lap 7 drawing the caution flag. When the race resumed McDermott remained out front where he would stay in his JDP Mechanical Chevy winning his 9th career Late Model race. Kevin Metzger of Massapequa was runner-up in the Complete Well & Pump Chevy while Chris Turbush of Riverhead recovered to finish third in the NAPA Auto Parts of Cutchogue entry.

Crate Modified winner and champion Michael Rutkoski Michael Jaworecki Myracenews photo

The tightest championship fight on the final night of racing belonged to the Eagle Auto Mall Crate Modified class with Michael Rutkoski of Mattituck and Justin Brown of Manorville separated by a mere three points entering competition. When the 25-lap feature event took the green former LM champion Peter Bertuccio who earlier in the month announced he’d retire after this race jumped to the early race lead with Chris Rogers in close quarters. For the first 10-laps it looked as though the 60-year young Bertuccio might be getting ready to go out with a win but along came another driver making his final start before retirement, Jack Orlando. Orlando was all over Bertuccio for the lead from the 6th lap until lap 10 when Bertuccio spun and Orlando was moved to the rear of the field for contact virtually ending any Hollywood storybook finish for either driver. That turn of event moved championship contenders Michael Rutkoski and Justin Brown to the top two spots and as they so often did during the entire 2018 campaign they raced for the win and title. In the end Michael Rutkoski in his Buzz Chew Auto Group Chevy won his 7th race of the season as well the Crate Modified title. Justin Brown placed second steering his SEDHI Builders Inc. Chevy. Artie Pedersen III of Center Moriches was third in the Vecchio Cesspools Chevy. The championship is the first for the 24-year old Rutkoski.

Figure 8 winner Tom Ferrara Michael Jaworecki Myracenews Photo

In Figure Eight action Tom Ferrara of Patchogue scored his second win of the 2018 season as he won the 15-lap main event that saw one of the heaviest impacts at the “X” in the 55-year history of the division. Back in his Northeastern Office Equipment Cadillac Ferrara wasted no time jumping to the early lead over Scott Pedersen who was seeking his first win of the year. Suddenly on lap 2 Pedersen and Mike Mujsce Sr. collided at the “X” with thundering impact. Mujsce was quick to exit his car and check on Pedersen who was shaken up in the crash. When the race resumed Ferrara remained out front with Eric Zeh now coming to second. Zeh would chase Ferrara until late in the race when he was passed by teammate Tom Rogers Jr. with a handful of laps remaining. Try as he might to get by for the lead Tom Rogers Jr. was going to have to settle for second in this race as Tom Ferrara drove off to his 13th career triumph. While not able to win his 9th race of the year Tom Rogers Jr. did secure his 5th career championship in the class steering the Keith Repp owned Chevy Coupe. Eric Zeh of Selden was third  in the United Exhaust Shop entry.

Blunderbust winner and champion Jack Handley Michael Jaworecki Myracenews photo

Jack Handley Jr. of Medford iced the cake on his 2nd career Blunderbust championship by winning their 20-lap main event for his 8th win of the season and 29th of his career. Tommy Walkowiak in what would be the final race of his illustrious career took the early race lead over Russ Jansen and then Jim Laird Jr. The all time leading winner of the class with 63 victories was hoping to go out on top but just past the halfway mark along came Jack Handley Jr. who took the race lead on lap 11. Walkowiak settled into second but soon found himself racing for that spot with Laird. The fight for second was music to the ears of Jack Hanldey Jr. who pulled away for the victory in his Relle Electric Chevy. Jim Laird Jr. of Riverhead was second in the Poolsmith Inc. Chevy while “The Wildchild” Tommy Walkowiak was third in his Blaze Fuel Oil Caprice ending a 27-year driving career.

Like Handley, 2018 Super Pro Truck champion Mark Stewart of

Super Pro Truck winner and champion Mark Stewart Michael Jaworecki Myracenews photo

Riverhead wrapped up his championship season with a win, his 7th of the season and milestone 20th career victory. Eddie Schutze broke out front at the drop of the green and early on opened up a healthy lead over Lou Maestri who ran second. Stewart who started 4th made his way by Maestri for second on lap 4 and began the process of reeling in leader Schutze. After 13 laps of catching Schutze challenger Stewart was able to make his bid for the lead exiting the fourth turn with an inside pass as the due took the two to go signal. With just two laps to go 20-year old Mark Stewart in the M Spero Motorsports Chevy drove to the checkers and the 2018 Super Pro Truck title. Schutze of Oyster Bay was runner-up in the Rock Tech Inc. Chevy with Jimmy Rennick Jr. of Howard Beach third in the Sonny’s Collision Center machine.

INEX Legends winner Richie Davidowitz Michael Jaworecki Myracenews photo

Richie Davidowitz of East Moriches became the all time leading INEX Legend Race Car winner at the track when he won his 20th career race in their 20-lap feature event. Jeff Otto Jr. paced the field early on leading the first four laps of the race. Ottos was chased by the likes of Stephen Coleman, Riely O’Keefe and Brad Van Houten with Van Houten getting by for the race lead on lap 5 with an inside pass off turn 2. It wouldn’t be long before Davidowitz debuting his new water cooled car made his way to and by Van Houten for the race lead. Once the driver known as “Big Money” moved to the lead he’d never look back in his 860 Racing entry winning his 6th race of 2018 in the process. Van Houten of Wading River was runner-up in the Van Houten Trucking machine while Allan Pedersen of Center Moriches was third in the Checker Won Motorports mount. Jim Sylvester of Massapequa came to the race having already clinched the 2018 INEX Legend Race Car championship, the first for the driver of the Oval Speed Unlimited #2NY.

NASCAR Modifieds: 1. Tom Rogers Jr. 2. Dave Brigati 3. John Fortin Sr. 4. Kyle Soper 5. John Baker 6. John Beatty Jr. 7. Chris Young 8. CJ Lehmann 9. Ken Darch 10. Dylan Slepian 11. Artie Pedersen III 12. Roger Turbush 13. Tim Lento 14. Eddie Brunnhoelzl III 15. Kyle Ellwood 16. Dan Jivanelli 17. Eric Zeh

Late Models: 1. Jeremy McDermott 2. Kevin Metzger 3. Chris Turbush 4. Kyle Soper 5. Dave Brigati 6. Chris McGuire 7. Rob Pelis 8. Tom Rogers Jr.

Crate Modifieds: 1. Michael Rutkoski 2. Justin Brown 3. Artie Pedersen III 4. Dennis Krupski 5. Chris Rogers 6. George Tomko Jr. 7. Peter Bertuccio 8. Jack Orlando 9. Scott Pedersen 10. AJ DeSantis DQ- Mike Albasini, Terry Stiles

Figure Eights: 1. Tom Ferrara 2. Tom Rogers Jr. 3. Eric Zeh 4. Vinny Delaney 5. Joe Warren Jr. 6. Charles Macwhinnie 7. Ken Hyde Jr. 8. Brian Hansen 9. Bob Dalke 10. Mike Mujsce Jr. 11. Mike Mujsce Sr. 12. Scott Pedersen

Blunderbusts: 1. Jack Handley Jr. 2. Jim Laird Jr. 3. Tommy Walkowiak 4. Tom Pickerell 5. Cody Triola 6. Russ Jansen 7. Alyssa Paprocky 8. Joshua Creel 9. Bill Wegmann Sr. DNS- Tim Mulqueen

Super Pro Trucks: 1. Mark Stewart 2. Eddie Schutze 3. Jimmy Rennick Jr. 4. Lou Maestri 5. Dave Brigati 6. Frank Dumicich Jr. 7. Jerry Solomito Jr. 8. Tom Sullivan 9. Darren McCabe

Legend Race Cars: 1. Richie Davidowitz 2. Brad Van Houten 3. Allan Pedersen 4. Kyle Ellwood 5. Jim Sylvester 6. Ray Fitzgerald 7. Jerry Curran 8. Eric Hersey 9. George Tomko Jr. 10. Jeff Otto Jr. 11. Will Lambros 12. Vinny Delaney 13. Jonathan Parsons 14. Ed Cheslak 15. Scott Cheslak 16. Mike Benton 17. Pat Moore 18. Stephen Coleman 19. Silas Hiscock 20. Steve Hersey 21. Rich Braun 22. Steve Woytysiak 23. Riely O’Keefe 24. Matt Brode 25. Mike Van Houten Jr. 26. Jeff Farruggia Jr.