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Riverhead, NY Sept. 22nd.
By Bob Finan

Saturday night at Riverhead Raceway had a little bit of everything unfold during the NASCAR Whelen All American Series H.O. Penn night of racing and when the dust settled Michael Rutkoski of Mattituck pocketed his 6th Eagle Auto Mall Crate Modified win of the season. Invading INEX Legend Race Car talent Noah Korner of Canton, Ct. made a late race pass to win the 50-lap U.S. Legend Cars National Qualifier while 25-year Demolition Derby veteran “Fearless” Frank Phillips of Ozone Park won a hard hitting National Demolition Derby Championship event, the first of his career.

In the 25-lap Crate Modified tilt Owen Grennan of Glen Cove moved by Chris Rogers of Patchogue for the race lead on lap 2 and would lead the remainder of the race seemingly having won his fourth race of 2018. Rogers, “Jumping” Jack Orlando and Michael Rutkoski all took turns running second to Grennan during the race but would be unable to catch the teenage talent. However after taking the checker flag Grennan’s winning car was found to have unapproved fuel and was stripped of the win. Michael Rutkoski who came to the race in his Buzz Chew Chevrolet machine just a point up on Justin Brown of Manorville would be declared the winner of the race earning his 8th career win in the process. Jack Orlando of Calverton was runner-up in his second to last race at Riverhead in his Prototype Race Fabrications Chevy while Justin Brown placed third in his SEDHI Inc. Chevy. With one race meet remaining Rutkoski leads Brown by a mere three points for the 2018 championship.

Mike Alcaro of Newton, NJ showed the way in qualifying for the 50-lap U.S. legend Cars National Qualifier with a lap of 13.773. However early on in this hotly contested event it would be Richie Davidowitz and Kyle Ellwood dicing for the race lead. Both drivers along with Danny McNamara are tied for the all time lead in legend Race Car wins at 19. A lap 9 double file restart found Ellwood moving out front to lead lap 10 but just one lap later Davidowitz powered his way back to the race lead. On lap 18 another double file restart was in order and again Ellwood was able to motor out front and this time he would not let Davidowitz reclaim the race lead. In fact Davidowitz chased Ellwood up until the 39th circuit where he was passed for position by Noah Korner. Ellwood was enjoying a comfortable enough lead and appeared to be on his way to his 20th career victory when mechanical disaster struck the leader. Suddenly on lap 45 Ellwood ducked off the backstretch onto the infield the victim of rear end assembly failure.

That wild turn of event propelled Noah Korner into the race lead with just four laps remaining in the race. Davidowitz know as “Big Money” for his penchant for winning bigger races was all over Korner over the final mile of the race setting up for what would turn out to be a wild finish. Davidowitz was making a run to the outside of Korner off the final corner to what would be a yellow/checker finish with slight contact made sending the challenger into the wall under the starters stand while Noah Korner in his Mid State Site Developement entry enjoyed his first career Riverhead raceway win. Davidowitz of East Moriches was a disappointed runner-up in the Dr. Martha Baker DDS machine while Ray Fitgerald of Manorville who ran among the top five all race long was third in his Blue Point Auto Body racer. Jim Sylvester of Massapequa with his 5th place tally sewed up the 2018 Riverhead Raceway INEX Legend Race Car championship with one race remaining.

Chris Turbush of Wading River is on a late season roll in Late Model competition winning his second race in a row and fifth overall in 2018. Chris McGuire paced the 25-lap tilt early on before he was passed by Kyle Soper on a double file restart on lap 5. Dave Brigati who stormed his way from 8th to second chased Soper until lap 9 when he was overtaken by Chris Turbush. Meanwhile Soper’s night took a turn for the worse on lap 10 when his car during a caution flag period suddenly stalled sending the championship and race leader to the pits. Suddenly Chris Turbush found himself as the new race leader with 15-laps to go and the driver of the East Side Building Chevy drove off to his 12 career Late Model win tying him with “Mighty” Mike Mortimer for 10th on the all time win list. Dave Brigati of Calverton was second in the Bekiesz Garage Doors Pontiac while Jarrod Hayes of Calverton was third in the MSM Elite Motorsports entry. With one race meet remaining Kyle Soper leads Chris Turbush by 11 points for the 2018 LM title, Jeremy McDermott is third 29 back of the lead.

Tom Rogers Jr. of Riverhead had to withstand late race contact with Tom Ferrara of Patchogue before he could claim his track leading 8th win of 2018 in the 15-lap Figure Eight feature. Ferrara seeking his second win of the year took the early race lead besting Scott Petersen on the start. A lap 1 caution bought a double file restart with Ken Hyde Jr. moving to second behind Ferrara on lap 2. Lap 4 found Tom Rogers Jr. making his way through the field to pass Hyde for second and the race for the win with Ferrara was on with Rogers moving out front on lap 6. On the 10th lap Ferrara and Rogers racing hard for the lead made side to side contact with neither driver lifting. The end results was Ferrara going around drawing a caution while Rogers was able to race on keeping his lead. When the race resumed Rogers was now being chased by teammate Eric Zeh of Selden. Zeh late in the race was passed by Ken Hyde Jr. but it didn’t matter as Tom Rogers Jr. scored his 43rd career win, sewing up the 2018 Figure Eight championship for he and car owner Keith Repp. The title is Rogers 5th of his storied driving career.  Hyde of Mastic Beach was second in his SGS Stone Works entry while Zeh was third in the United Exhaust Shops Coupe.

It’s not often 63-time Blunderbust winner “The Wildchild” Tommy Walkowiak of Ridge gets passed late in a race for the win but that is exactly what Jack Handley Jr. of Medford did to take home his 7th win of the season. Walkowiak who announced on social media the last race of 2018 would be the last of his career took the early race lead over Alyssa Paprocky when the race got underway. Alyssa ran second until lap 3 when she was passed by a high flying Jack Handley Jr. Getting to second behind Walkowiak would be one story, passing him for the lead would be another in what turned out to be a non stop 20-lapper. After repeated attempts Handley with the laps winding finally moved his way by Walkowiak for the lead and eventual race win in his Liccardi Builders Chevy. The win also wraps up the 2018 Blunderbust title for Handley who at the start of the season has no intentions of chasing points. Tom Pickerell of Huntington also with a late race pass claimed second in his Pickerell Clam Chevy while Tommy Walkowiak of Ridge was third in the Blaze Fuel Oil entry.

The career season for Mark Stewart of Riverehad rolls on as he won the 20-lap Super Pro Truck feature event, his 6th win of the season and 19th of the 20-year olds career. Sophomore driver Eddie Schutze led the first 14 laps of the contest and seemed destined to win his second career race. However Frank Dumicich Jr. made contact with the third turn wall drawing a yellow flag on lap 14 setting up what would turn out to be the deciding moment of the race. When the field was reset the front row was made up by Schutze and 30-time winner Lou Maestri but the winning move would come from the second row when the race resumed as Mark Stewart charged his was from third to the race lead when the race got back underway. Once out front there was no stopping the fourth generation driver as Mark Stewart drove to victory in his Flemington Furs Chevy. Lou & Tracy Maestri once again presented a $100 bonus to the winning crew chief which happened to be Mark’s uncle and LM winner Chris Turbush. The award is in the name of the late Joe DeGangi, longtime crew cheif for Maestri of Deer Park who was second in his Hunter Business School Chevy. Jimmy Rennick Jr. of Howard Beach was third in the Metropolitan Recycling Chevy.

Former Blunderbust talent Tom Puccia of Shirley took advantage of a late race restart to claim his first career Mini Stock win in a 20-lap event. Ryan Warren moved to the race lead at the throw of the green and led the first 14-laps of the race, pressured for a spell by Puccia who is a good friend of Warren’s off the track. The caution waved on lap 14 when Tom Cocozza got crossed up on the homestretch just passed the start/finish line. On the enduing restart Puccia was able to motor out front in his Ferradino & Sons Contracting racer and would have to withstand heavy late race pressure from Andrew Farnham  and Paul Wojcik before he could claim the popular win. Wojcik of Centereach with a late race pass was second while Farnham of Baldwin rebounding from a heavy Labor Day weekend crash was third.

“Fearless” Frank Phillips outlasted a star studded 8-Cylinder Demolition Derby field to win the $1,000 National Demolition Derby title. Phillips has to outfox former multi time event winner “Deathwish” Jason Savoy of Lake Panamoka to score the win in his Tire Express of Bay Shore machine. John Palmeri of Lindenhurst was voted Judge’s Choice while Savoy and Danny Zasowski of Holbrook split Fan’s Choice honors.

Crate Modifieds: 1. Michael Rutkoski 2. Jack Orlando 3. Justin Brown 4. Chris Rogers 5. Dennis Krupski 6. Artie Pedersen III 7. AJ DeSantis 8. Peter Bertuccio 9. Glenn Simonin 10. Scott Pedersen DQ- Owen Grennan

Late Models: 1. Chris Turbush 2. Dave Brigati 3. Jarrod Hayes 4. Jeremy McDermott 5. Kevin Metzger 6. Chris McGuire 7. Kyle Soper 8. Scott Kulesa

Figure Eights: 1. Tom Rogers Jr. 2. Ken Hyde Jr. 3. Eric Zeh 4. Scott Pedersen 5. Vinny Delaney 6. Tom Ferrara 7. Gary Fritz Jr. 8. Joe Warren Jr. 9. Bob Dalke 10. Mike Mujsce Jr. 11. Brian Hansen 12. Mike Mujsce Sr. 13. Charles Macwhinnie

Blunderbusts: 1. Jack Handley Jr. 2. Tom Pickerell 3. Tommy Walkowiak 4. Alyssa Paprocky 5. Russ Jansen 6. Jim Laird Jr. 7. Bill Wegmann Sr. 8. Cody Triola 9. Jarrett Campbell 10. Eddie Diaz

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

Legend Race Cars: 1. Noah Kroner 2. Richie Davidowitz 3. Ray Fitzgerald 4. Brad Van Houten 5. Jim Sylvester 6. Will Lambros 7. Derek Debbis 8. Glenn Korner 9. Dean Lambros 10. Mike Van Houten 11. Jonathan Parsons 12. Stephen Coleman 13. Jeff Otto Jr. 14. Matt Brode 15. Mike Benton 16. Scott Cheslak 17. Alex Halinar 18. Kyle Ellwood 19. Ed Cheslak 20. Steve Woytysiak 21. Riely O’Keefe 23. Allan Pedersen 24. Jerry Curran 25. Eric Hersey 26. Pat Moore 27. George Tomko Jr. 28. Vinny Delaney DNQ- Jeff Farruggia Jr, Silas Hiscock

Mini Stocks: 1. Tom Puccia 2. Paul Wojcik 3. Andrew Farnham 4. Russ Jansen 5. Steve Fuller 6. Ryan Warren 7. Mitch Pattern 8. Jamie Meyer 9. Joe Cooke Jr. 10. Brandon Esposito 11. Heather Dugre 12. Tom Cacozza

National Demolition Derby Championship: Winner- Frank Phillips


Riverhead, NY Sept. 13th.
By Bob Finan

Saturday night September 22nd the U.S Legend Cars step into the spotlight at Riverhead Raceway with the running of the 50-lap INEX National Qualifier, one of if not the most important race of the 2018 Legend Race Car season at the competitive quarter mile oval. The winner of this race will be assured of preferred starting status in all qualifying races leading up to the U.S Legend Cars Asphalt Nationals at The Bullring @ Las Vegas Motor Speedway October 25th through October 27th. A full program of NASCAR Whelen All American Series racing is also on tap Saturday night including the annual National Stock Demolition Derby championship.

Heading into the INEX National qualifier no clear cut favorite emerges for the race with 2018 championship leader Jim Sylvester of Massapequa leading the troops into battle. Sylvester has won three times in 2018 at Riverhead and took a 38-point lead into this past weekend over 2016 champion Vinny Delaney of Holtsville. Both drivers are tested tough short track veterans with Delaney still seeking his first win of 2018 as of press time.

Another driver to consider for the 50-lap victory is Mike Alcaro of Newton, N.J, one of the most successful INEX Legend Race Car drivers in the Northeast. Alcaro has only started three races at Riverhead in 2018 but has won two of those three and was runner-up in the third race. Alcaro won the Dan Jones Memorial on June 30th in his own entry while his second win came in a car fielded by Sylvester. “Big Money” Richie Davidowitz of East Moriches has a knack for winning big races but recently sold all his Legend Race Car equipment but recently drove to a runner-up finish at Riverhead on September 8th in the Paul Dodorico water cooled machine. Davidowitz is uncertain of he’ll team up with Dodorico for the 50-lapper but if they do he becomes an instant favorite for the win.

With 40 plus drivers earning Legend Race Car points for the season to date at Riverhead the weekly U.S. Legend Cars field is a tough and competitive one and anyone of the top drivers could take home the National Qualifier win. Among them are, George Tomko Jr. of Aquebogue, Ray Fitzgerald of Manorville, Eric Hersey of Commack, Ed Cheslak of Rocky Point, Jerry Curran of Calverton, Allan Pedersen of Center Moriches and Mike Benton of Springs.

Several drivers have run either a limited or part time slate of races in 2018 but still should be in the mix for the 50-lap victory including Brad Van Houten of Wading River, Jeff Otto Jr. of Deer Park, Artie Pedersen III of Center Moriches, Kyle Ellwood of Riverhead and Kevin Nowak of Medford.

Joining the Legend Race Cars on their special night are the Late Models, Eagle Auto Mall Crate Modifieds, Figure Eights, Blunderbusts, Super Pro Trucks, Vintage Cars of LIVARS and Mini Stocks. After all the racing is completed the 2018 National Stock Demo Champion will be determined in a bone jarring, car destroying Demolition Derby. Jamie “Killzone” Kilkenny of Howard Beach will defend his 2017 title against a star studded field including past champion Jason “Misery Machine” Savoy of Lake Panamoka among others.

Qualifying is tentatively set to start at 5:30 pm with opening ceremonies and the first feature event at approx. 6:30 pm. Further information can be viewed at www.riverheadraceway.com. Adults admission is $30, kids 6-11 $10 with 5 & under free.  Questions can be sent in e-mail form to riverheadraceway1@gmail.com


Riverhead, NY Sept. 15th
By Bob Finan

It was a busy night of NASCAR Whelen All American Series racing Saturday at Riverhead raceway with some 270-laps of feature event racing presented highlighted by the Whelen Engineering Night Twin 50’s for the NASCAR Modifieds. Kyle Soper of Manorville won the opening 50-lapper while John Beatty Jr. of Merrick topped the second 50-lap race. With a runner-up finish in the second race Soper will take a 11-point lead over defending NASCAR Modified champion Tom Rogers Jr. into the season finale September 29th.

Once again John Beatty Jr. set the standard in qualifying with a lap of 11.905 besting Chris Young of Calverton who posted a lap of 12.006. After a redraw in the pit area after qualifying it would be Kyle Soper who came into the first race trailing Tom Rogers Jr. by 3-points taking the early race lead over Dave Brigati. On lap 6 WMT regular Dave Sapienza steering the Joe Ambrose entry took a hard trip into the third turn exit gate ending his night with heavy damage. There was also a delay in order to shore up the damaged exit gate. When the race resumed starting the 7th lap Brigati would edge out in front of Soper to lead a lap before Kyle reclaimed the lead one lap later on the 8th circuit. Brigati ran second for two laps before he was passed by John Beatty Jr. for second on lap 10 on a double file restart. Beatty held second until lap 16 when he was passed by Tom Rogers Jr. to the inside off the fourth turn.

As the race moved along Soper in his Eastport Feeds Chevy had the field covered driving off to his 9th career win and in the process moved to one point behind Tom Rogers Jr. of Riverhead who was runner-up in the first 50 in his Stakey’s Pumpkin Farm Chevy. “This win is for my Grandmother who we lost last week” a tearful Soper noted in a emotional victory lane ceremony. John Beatty Jr. of Merrick was third in his MSM Elite Motorsports Chevy. Kyle Ellwood of Riverhead and John Fortin Jr. of Holtsville completed the top five.

Twin Modified 50 #2 winner John Beatty Jr Sept 15th 2018 Michael Jaworecki Photo

With the top six inverted for the start of the second 50 Roger Turbush led the field to the green flag as he raced his way out front at the throw of the green with Kyle Ellwood making his way to second. Turbush, a 30 time Super Pro Truck winner gave a good showing leading Ellwood for the first half of the race. Ellwood making his first start for car owner Steven Booker chased Turbush until the 25th lap when he was overtaken by Tom Rogers Jr. It has always been Rogers motto that he races to win races and lets the points fall where they may. Rogers pestered Turbush for the top spot over the following 19 laps as he stayed glued to the rookie driver’s rear bumper. Suddenly on lap 44 Rogers got perhaps a better run than he intended on Turbush getting into and sending the race leader into a spin. Rogers was moved to the back of the field for contact and the sudden loss of positions had huge championship implications when the race concluded.

That turn of events moved third place John Beatty Jr. out front for a six lap dash for the cash with Chris Young lined up alongside for the restart. Beatty not one to look a gift horse in the mouth moved to the race lead, a lead he’d not surrender over the final half dozen laps of the race. “I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, I’d rather be lucky than good any day” Beatty proclaimed after exiting his winning car. With three laps left in the contest Kyle Soper moved by Young for second and that finish combined with Rogers crossing the line 8th gives Soper a 11-point lead (622-611) going into the last NASCAR Modified race of 2018 September 29th. Chris Young of Calverton had his best outing of the season with a third place tally in his Ray The Plumber Chevy. John Fortin Sr. of Holtsville and Dylan Slepian of Dix Hills rounded out the top five.

Chris Turbush of Wading River is on a hot streak in Late Model

Late Model winner Chris Turbush Sept 15th 2018 Michael Jaworecki Myracenews Photo

competition as he won his second race in a month when he topped the night’s 25-lap feature. Early on it was a Charger division reunion as Chris McGuire and Chris Turbush diced for the early race lead. After McGuire led the first lap Turbush made an inside pass payoff as he took the lead on lap 2. Once out front Turbush never looked back in his Chris Mohr Landscaping Chevy as he drove off to his 11th career win. The win ties Chris with Gary LaMountain, Dan Jivanelli, Sean Egan and Glenn Tyler for 11th on the all time LM win list. Jeremy McDermott of Riverhead made his way to second where he would finish in the Staria Automotive Chevy with championship leader Kyle Soper third in his RP Landscaping entry. Two races remain in the 2018 LM campaign with Soper leading McDermott by 34 points (551-517).

Figure 8 winner Tom Rogers Jr. Sept 15th 2018 Michael Jaworecki Myracenews photo

While his NASCAR Modified racing didn’t go as he planned Tom Rogers Jr. of Riverhead drove to his 7th win in 9 races winning the 15-lap Figure Eight feature. Former champion Scott Pedersen showed the way over the first six laps but like all others in the class in 2018 he’d give way to Rogers on lap 6. After surrendering the lead Pedersen chased Rogers for two laps before he was passed by Eric Zeh on a lap 9 double file restart. Over the final five laps of the tilt Rogers lead his United Exhaust Shop teammate Zeh of Selden to the finish. The win was Tom’s 42nd career triumph. Most recent winner Tom Ferrara of Patchogue was third in the Northeastern Office Equipment Cadillac. Rogers leads Zeh by 34 points (430-396) going into the final two races of the season.

Defending Blunderbust champion Tom Pickerell of Huntington

Blunderbust winner Tom Pickerell Sept 15th 2018 Michael Jaworecki Myracenews Photo

scored his second win of the season when he won their 20-lap main event for his 22nd career victory. Veteran Tim Mulqueen got the measure of Alyssa Paprocky on the start of the race as he led the newcomer over the first three laps. Paprocky would be passed by Russ Jansen for second on lap 4 but his stay in that position was a short one as Pickerell made his way by on lap 7. Once to second Pickerell set sail for leader Mulqueen. Just after taking the halfway signal disaster struck for Mulqueen as a lapped car played havoc with him allowing Pickerell to race by for the race lead. One lap later Jim Laird Jr. made his way to second and would pressure the multi-time champion for the win over the second half of the race. In the end though it would be the Makely Enterprises Chevy of Tom Pickerell coming out on top. Laird of Riverhead was runner-up in the My Country 96.1 FM Chevy while championship leader Jack Handley Jr. of Medford was third in his Relle Electric Chevy. Handley leads Pickerell by 36 points and Laird by 38 markers (594-558-556) with two race remaining.

Super Pro Truck winner Mark Stewart Sept 15th 2018 Michael Jaworecki Myracenews

Mark Stewart of Riverhead continues his successful Super Pro truck season winning his 5th race of the year in a 30-lap event. Stewart got his night off on the right foot, literally when he set fast time with a lap of 13.366. When the race got underway Stewart in his East Side Building Chevy jumped to the lead with defending champion Dave Brigati in tow when the race took the green flag. Brigati chased Stewart for the first two laps before he was passed by Jimmy Rennick Jr. on the third lap. Rennick still seeking his first career chased Stewart until Mark’s Grandfather “Dynamite” Dan Turbush made his way by Rennick for second. Brigati moved back by Rennick to watch the family feud from third. However youth would again be served as Mark Stewart drove off to his 18th career win which ranks him 4th on the all time win list. Dan Turbush of Riverhead showcasing the truck owned by Tommy Walkowiak was second and off that run Walkowiak was able to sell the truck in the pits after the races. Dave Brigati of Calverton was third in the Quest Machining entry. Stewart leads Brigati by 32-points (508-476) with Rennick third (473) 35 point back of Mark with two races to go.

“Big Money” Richie Davidowitz of East Moriches made INEX Legend

INEX Legends winner Richie Davidowitz Sept 15th 2018 Michael Jaworecki Myracenews Photo

Race Car history in the Paul Dodorico owned car when he won the 20-lap main event. While the win ties Davidowitz with Danny McNamara and Kyle Ellwood for the all time lead in win with 19 this victory was the first for a water cooled U.S Legend Cars machine on Long Island. Young lions Stephen Coleman and Matt Brode brought the field to green with Coleman leading the first lap over Brode who unfortunately spun on lap 2. Veteran drivers Eric Hersey and Artie Pedersen III made their way to the top two spots on lap 2 during the double file restart after the Brode spin. Hersey would pace Pedersen until lap 6 when championship leader Jim Sylvester made his way under Pedersen for second. Sylvester held second until the 11th lap where he was passed by Richie Davidowitz. After spending two laps chasing and sizing leader Hersey up for a pass Davidowitz made his move with an inside pass going into the first turn on lap 14. Once out front there was no stopping Richie Davidowitz in the Dr, Martha Baker “The Racers Dentist” machine from taking the milestone win. Eric Hersey of Coomack was runner-up in the Luau of Long island mount with Artie Pedersen III of Center Moriches third in the TJ’S Hero’s racer. With two races remaining Jim Sylvester has a healthy 53-point lead over Vinny Delaney (582-529).

In the 20-lap First Responders race for the third year in a row former Rocky Point VFD Chief Dege Russell took home the win in his Kelly Russell Realty entry. Russell started 5th in the 20-car field and was in the lead before five laps were in the books. Stephen Elliston of the North Sea Fire Department was second while Nick Kochanasz of the East Hampton Fire Department was third.

Jared Halsey of Southampton made it two in a row as he won the 40-lap 8-Cylinder Enduro in his Sabrosa Mexican Grill Chevy. Jared won the Labor Day weekend race earlier in the month with the win his third overall in his career. Christian Kalbfleisch of Ridge had another solid outing for second in the P.P.H Mechanical Chevy while Michael Asdahl of East Meadow was third in his sponsor wanted Monte Carlo.

NASCAR Modifieds 1st Twin 50:  1. Kyle Soper 2. Tom Rogers Jr. 3. John Beatty Jr. 4. Kyle Ellwood 5. John Fortin Jr. 6. Roger Turbush 7. John Fortin Sr. 8. David Schneider 9. CJ Lehmann 10. Chris Young 11. Dylan Slepian 12. Brad Van Houten 13. Dave Brigati 14. John Baker 15. Eddie Brunnhoelzl III 16. Dave Sapienza 17. Sal Accardi 18. Dan Jivanelli

NASCAR Modifieds 2nd Twin 50: 1. John Beatty Jr. 2. Kyle Soper 3. Chris Young 4. John Fortin Sr. 5. Dylan Slepian 6. Dan Jivanelli 7. CJ Lehmann 8. Tom Rogers Jr. 9. John Baker 10 Brad Van Houten 11. Roger Turbush 12. Kyle Ellwood 13. David Schneider 14. Sal Accardi Jr. 15. Eddie Brunnhoelzl III 16. Dave Brigati DQ-John Fortin Jr. DNS-Dave Sapienza

Late Models: 1. Chris Turbush 2. Jeremy McDermott 3. Kyle Soper 4. Chris McGuire 5. Kevin Metzger 6. Frank Dumicich Jr. 7. Ray Minieri DNS- Dylan Slepian

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

Blunderbusts: 1. Tom Pickerell 2. Jim Laird Jr. 3. Jack Handley Jr. 4. Cody Triola 5. Russ Jansen 6. Alyssa Paprocky 7. Bill Wegmann Sr. 8. Tommy Walkowiak 9. Jarrett Campbell 10. Tim Mulqueen 11. Eddie Diaz

Super Pro Trucks: 1. Mark Stewart 2. Danny Turbush 3. Dave Brigati 4. Jimmy Rennick Jr. 5. Sean Glennon 6. Jerry Solomito Jr. 7. Darren McCabe 8. Tom Sullivan 9. Lou Maestri 10. Frank Dumicich Jr. 11. Eddie Schutze

Legend Race Cars: 1. Richie Davidowitz 2. Eric Hersey 3. Artie Pedersen III 4. Jimmy Sylvester 5. Ray Fitzgearld 6. George Tomko Jr. 7. Jerry Curran 8. Mike Benton 9. Ed Cheslak 10. Riely O’Keefe 11. Vinny Delaney 12. Scott Cheslak 13. Stephen Coleman 14. Matt Brode 15. Steve Woytysiak 16. Pat Moore 17. Anthony Marsh 18. Silas Hiscock Sr. 19. Jeffery Farruggia Jr. 20. Rich Bruan 21. Eric Zeh 22. Jonathan Parsons 23. Jeff Otto Jr. DNS- Mike Van Houten, Ken Massa

First Responders race: 1. Dege Russell 2. Stephen Elliston 3. Nick Kochanasz 4. Zach Tyler 5. Austin Elliston 6. Mike Benton 7. John Coyle 8. Jesse St. Clair 9. Ryan Blanis 10. Katherine Styler 11. Fred Grover 12. Patrick Walsh 13. Patrick Donlon 14. Amanda Anderson 15. Rich Baulch 16. Eddie Diaz 17. Jonathan Parsons 18. Jim Denis

8-Cyliner Enduro: 1. Jared Halsey 2. Christian Kalbfleisch 3. Michael Asdahl 4. Mark Wolf 5. Brian Halsey 6. Kevin Coyle 7. Pat Collins 8. Stacy Halsey 9. Dennis Jones 10. Eric Germuth 11. James Muench 12. Drew Scalfani 13. Carmine Ragusa 14. Kevin Schultz 15. Steve Fried 16. Jay Conklin 17. Robert Eggers 18. Jarrett Campbell 19. Sean Fitzpatrick 20. Donny Oliver 21. David Verbeeck 22. Steve Marchese