Half of Drivers Entered in the Call Before You Dig Modified Classic Have a Victory At Stafford Speedway

(Stafford Springs, CT)—The Call Before You Dig 81 Tri-Track Modified Series race scheduled for this Saturday, October 24 at Stafford Speedway, has seen the entry list grow to 50 cars.  While only one car will be able to take home the $10,000 winning payday, the field is packed with driving talent from several different touring divisions as well as the weekly racing ranks.  To further illustrate the wide variety of talent that will be part of the show, 15 of the 50 entries received as of Monday, Oct. 19 have raced an SK Light at Stafford and 26 of the drivers have won a feature at Stafford.  Here we take a look at each of the 26 different drivers entered into the CBYD 81 who have won a race at Stafford in their careers.

Tommy Membrino, Jr. – #00 Membrino Racing – Membrino has 3 career SK Light feature wins to his credit at Stafford.  He won twice in 2009 with his most recent win coming in 2011.

Joey Cipriano – #1 Superior Refinishing Chevrolet – Cipriano has 8 career Stafford wins.  Cipriano won his first race in the SK Light division in 2010 and followed that up with 6 more SK Light wins in 2011 before winning his first and thus far only SK Modified® feature in 2018.

Matt Galko – #3 AAA Consulting, LLC. Chevrolet – Galko is a former 2-time SK Light champion at Stafford (’10, ’11) with 8 SK Light wins in 2010 and 2011 and 2 more SK Modified® wins in 2017 for a total of 10 wins at Stafford.

Matt Swanson – #3 USNE / Propane Plus Chevrolet – Swanson only made 10 starts during a partial schedule as a 15-year old rookie driver in Stafford’s SK Light division in 2015, but he captured his one and only Stafford victory in his 6th start.

Woody Pitkat – #6 Mertz Racing Chevrolet – With 78 career feature wins at Stafford, Pitkat ranks behind only Ted Christopher on the track’s all-time feature winners list.  Pitkat is the 2013 SK Modified® track champion at Stafford to go along with 2 Late Model titles (’06, ’12).  Pitkat’s 78 career wins have come in 6 different divisions at Stafford with 40 Late Model wins, 30 SK Modified® wins, 3 DARE Stock wins, 2 MRS wins, 2 Whelen Modified Tour wins, and 1 Open Modified win.

Michael Christopher, Jr. – #7ny Mohawk Northeast Chevrolet – Christopher has 5 career SK Modified® wins and counting at Stafford.  Christopher won his first 4 races in 2018 and his most recent win was Oct. 2 of this season.

Nick Salva – #8 Seekonk Grand Prix Chevrolet – Salva has 5 career feature wins at Stafford.  Salva’s first Stafford win came in the DARE Stock division in 2010 before he won 2 SK Light features in 2014 and another 2 in 2015.

Tommy Barrett, Jr. – #9 James Monroe Wire and Cable Chevrolet – Barrett has recorded 18 career feature wins at Stafford.  Barrett burst onto the Stafford scene with 10 SK Light wins in 2010 and he followed that up with 4 more SK Light wins in 2011.  Barrett won an MRS event at Stafford in 2011, 2012, and 2013 with his most recent Stafford victory coming in the 2018 Twisted Tea Open 80.

Chase Dowling – #9 S & S Asphalt Paving Chevrolet – Dowling has recorded 16 Stafford victories to date.  Dowling opened his Stafford win account with 7 SK Light wins in 2013 and has followed that up with 8 SK Modified® wins, including 2 NAPA SK 5k wins in 2017 and 2020, as well as an MRS win in 2019.

Jon McKennedy – #21 Spearpoint Racing Chevrolet – McKennedy has recorded 4 career feature wins at Stafford.  McKennedy has 2 MRS wins coming in 2012 and 2016 and he swept a pair of MTS feature events in 2017.

Troy Talman – #23 American Military University Chevrolet – Talman scored his one and thus far only career Stafford feature win in the SK Light division back in 2013.

Doug Coby – #25 Roscoe Racing Chevrolet – Before Coby became a 6-time Whelen Modified Tour champion, he won 2 track titles at Stafford, winning the Late Model title in 1998 and ProStock championship in 2000.  Coby also has 29 career wins at Stafford with 12 Whelen Modified Tour wins, 8 ProStock wins, 5 SK Modified® wins, and 4 Late Model wins.

Michael Gervais, Jr. – #33 Stafford Pools Chevrolet – Gervais is the 2009 SK Light champion at Stafford and has 4 SK Modified® wins to his name.  Gervais won twice in 2012 and once each in 2014 and 2015.

Dave Etheridge – #34 Warner Turf Equipment Chevrolet – Etheridge has 5 career Stafford wins, but he hasn’t won a race at Stafford in over 20 years.  All 5 of Etheridge’s wins at Stafford came in the ProStock division with one win each season from 1993-1997.

Andrew Molleur – #35 Call Before You Dig Chevrolet – In his brief Stafford career to date, Molleur has 5 wins to his credit with 4 SK Light wins in 2018 and a win as an SK Modified® rookie driver in 2019.

Craig Lutz – #46 Riverhead Building Supply Chevrolet – Lutz’s only Stafford victory to date was also his first career Whelen Modified Tour win, coming in the 2019 NAPA Fall Final.

Marcello Rufrano – #48 Wheelers Auto Chevrolet – Rufrano is the 2018 SK Light track champion at Stafford and he has 14 career wins to his name.  Rufrano has 11 SK Light wins from 2016-2018, 2 DARE Stock wins in 2015, and he won the Bud Light Open 80 in July of this season.

Ronnie Williams – #50 Empower Financial Advisory Ford – Williams is the 2018 & 2019 SK Modified® track champion at Stafford with 24 career wins.  Williams has 18 SK Modified® wins, 4 SK Light wins, and 2 Open Modified wins at Stafford.

Ronnie Silk – #50s LaJoie’s Scrap Metal Chevrolet – Silk has 7 career Stafford wins with 4 SK Modified® wins from 2002-2005 and he has 3 Whelen Modified Tour wins coming in 2011, 2019, and 2020.

Noah Korner – #50h Sales Auctions Chevrolet – Korner is a 2-time winner in Stafford’s SK Light division with both of his wins coming in the 2019 season. 

Keith Rocco – #57 M & M Stone Creations Chevrolet – Rocco is a 4-time SK Modified® champion at Stafford (’08, ’10, ’17, ’20) and his 74 career wins trails only Ted Christopher and Woody Pitkat for the most all-time.  Rocco has won 63 SK Modified® races, 6 Late Model races, 2 MRS and 2 Open Mod races, and he won the 2011 Champions for Charities feature event in a Wild Thing Sr. Outlaw kart.

Eric Goodale – #58 GAF Roofing Chevrolet – Goodale has 2 career wins at Stafford with a Whelen Modified Tour victory in the 2017 NAPA Fall Final and a win in the 2018 Bud Light Open 80.

Shawn Thibeault – #74 Enterprise Rental Car Chevrolet – Thibeault has 7 career Stafford wins with all of his victories coming in the Limited Late Model division from 2009-2011.

Chris Pasteryak – #75 Dawley’s Auto Chevrolet – Pasteryak has twice reached NAPA Victory Lane at Stafford winning an MRS race in 2011 and again in 2015.

Todd Owen – #81 Cooker Construction Chevrolet – Owen has recorded 21 feature wins at Stafford with 7 wins in the ProStock division from 1999-2000 and 14 wins in the SK Modified® division from 2005-2020.

Anthony Nocella – #92 Nocella Paving Chevrolet – Nocella has 1 career Stafford victory to his name with that win coming in an MRS race back in May of 2017.  

Richard Savary – #99 Alloy Wheel Repair Specialists Chevrolet – Savary has 1 career Stafford victory to his name with that win coming in an MRS race back in August of 2018.  

Joining the Tri-Track Modifieds in feature action this Saturday will be Stafford’s SK Lights and Street Stocks.  Tickets for CBYD 81 are on sale now with adult general admission priced at $35.00, $10.00 for kids ages 6-14, kids 5 and under are admitted free.  Paddock passes are priced at $50.00.  This event is expected to sell out so fans are encouraged to order tickets in advance online.  Fans who cannot attend the CBYD 81 in person but would still like to watch can order a live stream of the event from www.staffordspeedway.tv for $30.  

For more information, visit www.staffordspeedway.com, checkout Stafford Speedway on Facebook or Twitter, or contact the track office at 860-684-2783.


With the season coming to a close I wonder if we are there yet? Have we reached the goal of perfection? Of course the answer is no, but that won’t stop us from trying. Why is it that we have a desire for perfection when we are surrounded by imperfection?  Are we able to find satisfaction and fulfillment in less than perfect surroundings? Greetings in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

As the race season wraps up, I find a few veins of thought crisscrossing in my mind. How did your season go? Did you even have a race season? How about your life, are things coming back to where they were a few months ago? My hope is that we are able to look past the challenges and obstacles and see the good, the beneficial and the blessings.

Racing is a never-ending cycle of a shampoo bottle; wash, rinse, and repeat; prepare, race, repair. I know that’s not a perfect analogy, there are times when the repair cycle is not needed and there are times when a scrap and build cycle are needed. The goal shouldn’t be perfection, it should be finding the point in the cycle that we can sit back and enjoy the process. When we can go to the track without a perfect looking car and find satisfaction and fulfilment, we start to get it.

The other day I noticed a dent in the side of our camper, nothing big, just a little blemish, but when the sun hits it right you notice it. Immediately my mind went to repair mode. I have to fix it and make it perfect again. What I failed to see was the significance of the moment. Here we were camped along the river, trees changing color, blue cloudless sky, a great Blue Heron searching for lunch and I was letting an insignificant imperfection rob me of the blessings of my surroundings.

This part of the racing season tells a story. As I watched at the end of the day I saw the parts and pieces that collected around the trash can.  Fans wanting a piece of history to remember their day by, a bumper, a tire or body panel. Someday to sit and remember the day they saw so and so get into it with so and so, what a day that was!

The cars carry the blemishes of the season. The cycle is clear; prepare, race, repair, but the repair isn’t restore, each blemish has a history. I wonder what the stories will develop into? How many years from now will this day live on in the memories of those who were part of the history of this day?

We can spend our lives trying to make things perfect but the truth is life is not, things happen, we all have blemishes of life lived. Why then do we expect everyone not to have some bumps and bruises? Why is it that we are trying to fix everyone? Why is it that we let a few imperfections get in the way of having a meaningful relationship?

I am glad God didn’t choose to let my imperfections get in the way of Him wanting to have a relationship with me. Believe me there are enough reasons not to like me and you too. We all have our shortcomings and blemishes, that is a given. What is not is the fact that we can accept them and build a relationship or we can choose to let them divide us.

Let’s go back to the racetrack and take a look at the cars that show the signs of the season. Sometimes we wonder why they didn’t fix it or why would they bring such an “ugly car” car to the track.  Let me assure you that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Let me rephrase that, beauty is in the one that can look beyond the blemishes and find the value that lies beneath the surface.

1Timothy 1:15-17; NLT; This is a trustworthy saying, and everyone should accept it: “Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners”—and I am the worst of them all. But God had mercy on me so that Christ Jesus could use me as a prime example of his great patience with even the worst sinners. Then others will realize that they, too, can believe in him and receive eternal life.  All honor and glory to God forever and ever! He is the eternal King, the unseen one who never dies; he alone is God. Amen.

God sees our imperfection and chooses to extend to us His grace. When he looks upon each of us he sees our value, not our performance. He extends to us the righteousness of Christ to cover our unrighteousness. He looks beyond our imperfections and blemishes.

John 3:16-17; NLT; “For this is how God loved the world: He gave his one and only Son, so that everyone who believes in him will not perish but have eternal life. God sent his Son into the world not to judge the world, but to save the world through him.

In my line of work I spend much time helping people see the forest through the trees. Sometimes what we see isn’t a true picture of what is there. I try to help people look beyond the dings and dents to form a complete picture. I am glad God sees the complete picture and chooses to extend to us grace. I believe we all need to do a better job of extending that grace to each other.

In times of stress and challenge we can forget that there is a person behind the mask. We can fall into the trap of depersonalizing people. I encourage you to pull the mask away, show your face and extend the grace of God to those around you. We just might find someone who is just like us.

Until next time, remember God loves you and Jesus is Lord over Auto Racing! God Bless. Remember, that your prayerful support and donations helps us continue this ministry. Thank You.

Mat Williamson Earns $53,000 Speed Showcase 200 Victory, Brian Krummel Crate 602 Star at Port Royal

Written by Chris Moore Photo:Tom Morris/Myracenews

 An unforgettable, inaugural ‘Speed Showcase 200’ at Port Royal Speedway was capped off with a 200-lap main event for the ages Saturday night.

St. Catharines, Ont., native Mat Williamson grabbed the checkered – and the biggest paycheck in Northeast dirt Modified racing this season for the Behrent’s Performance Warehouse No. 3 team.

The win netted ‘Money Mat’ $53,000-plus, and another high-paying event added to his resume. Along with the large paycheck, it was Williamson’s first career Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series (STSS) Fueled By Sunoco Modified victory.

“Thanks to Brett Deyo (STSS promoter) and Port Royal for doing this. It’s incredible to be able to race for $53,000 in the times we’re in right now,” Williamson proclaimed in Victory Lane.

Williamson is not just racing for the paychecks; he keeps on winning them.

A pair of Keystone State drivers – Alex Yankowski and Danny Bouc – led the 42-car field to the green in the first ever ‘Speed Showcase 200’ edition.

Williamson quickly showed his Bicknell Race Cars mount as one of the fastest cars on the track: climbing from his ninth starting position to take the lead for the first time with just 16 laps completed.

An otherwise clean-and-green start to the 200-lap event came to a grinding halt, literally, on lap 42, as Frenchtown, N.J.’s, Billy Pauch Jr. had a throttle stick on his Rick Holsten-owned No. 96, sending him head on into the third-turn guardrail. Fortunately, Pauch Jr. walked away after flipping violently.

The guardrail suffered extensive damage and required the Port Royal track crew to complete repairs.

Middletown, N.Y.’s Anthony Perrego found the top side of the ‘Speed Palace’ to his liking when racing resumed after an hour-and-a-half delay and used the top line to take the lead and ultimately lead the field to the lap-100 halfway break.

The lead at the race’s midpoint earned Perrego the $600 halfway bonus courtesy of Precision Hydraulic & Oil.

Following the halfway break – with some cars using the hot pit area and others remaining on the speedway to advance positions – Sprakers, N.Y.’s, Stewart Friesen established himself as the car to beat in the second half of the main event. Friesen stretched out his lead and carved through lapped traffic with ease.

A lap-180 caution flag changed the complexion of the race.

Friesen’s lead evaporated and Williamson pulled alongside Friesen for a double-file restart.

Friesen chose the inside lane. Williamson remained event down the long Port Royal frontstretch. When Friesen drove hard into turn one and slid across the track, Williamson shot the gap to the inside to take a lead he would not relinquish.

Despite a late-race, single-file restart that put Friesen back on Williamson’s bumper, Williamson was able to repel Friesen’s bold outside-lane tactics to score the STSS breakthrough triumph.

Sprakers, N.Y.’s Friesen settled for a $20,000 runner-up finish and snagged an additional $1,000 via the Mike’s Racing Heads Hard Charger Award for his 38-position ascent from 39th starting position. Friesen took a series provisional to start the 200 after losing an engine in his Friday night Dirt Track Digest-sponsored Qualifying Race.

Savannah, N.Y.’s, Matt Sheppard charged late with fresh rear tires to secure a podium finish and accompanying $10,000 payday for his Hurlock Auto & Speed-sponsored team.

Perrego held onto a fourth-place finish aboard Brian Smith’s Superior Remodeling No. 44 and Larry Wight of Phoenix, N.Y., charged through traffic in the final laps to complete the front five driving the Gypsum Racing No. 99L. Wight started the 200 from 14th position.

Mooresville, N.C.’s, Max McLaughlin ran inside the top-10 for much of the event, finishing sixth aboard a Sweeteners Plus No. 32c. Completing the top-10 were Ryan Godown of Ringoes, N.J., up from 15th in the Steve Searock No. 26; Andy Bachetti of Sheffield, Mass., who started 29th on the grid; pole starter and early leader Alex Yankowski of Covington Township, Pa.; and Sidney, N.Y.’s Billy Decker recovering from a turn-three melee with the Jeremy Smith Racing No. 91. Decker started 26th.

Saturday B-Main winners were Decker and Brandon Grosso. Matt DeLorenzo topped a special 3-lap Dash to earn the 38th starting position in the 200.

The Ice Less LLC-sponsored ‘Speed Showcase 50’ for the Crate 602 Sportsman did not lack drama – just like its Modified counterpart.  

Middletown, N.Y.’s, Brian Krummel continued his impressive return to racing, winning the $2,500 payday. Krummel charged from his ninth starting to position to take the lead on lap 17. Despite several challenges Krummel never faltered in his Howie Finch Jr.-owned No. 4, taking home a $2,995 payday including bonuses and special awards.

Upper Makefield, Pa.’s Joe Toth did all he could, as he charged in the late stages to second; but was unable to find a way by Krummel working a lower lane on the half-mile oval. Toth had surged forward from 10th starting position.

Geneva, N.Y.’s, Kevin Root followed Toth on the late-race charge, but he – like Toth – ran out of laps. Root started the event from 11th position.

Jackson, N.J.’s, Steve Davis, Krummel’s Ice Less LLC teammate, challenged Krummel up front early on, but faded to a fourth-place finish. Niskayuna, N.Y.’s, Tim Hartman Jr. moved forward from 15th starting position to complete the front five in Michael Parillo’s No. 22.  

Saturday Crate 602 Sportsman B-Main winners were Dakota Kohler and Grant Hilfiger. The last-chance 3-lap Dash went to Trent Willey in a thriller over fellow Delaware resident Sean Metz.

The three-day inaugural ‘Speed Showcase 200’ weekend was well-received by fans and competitors alike. Port Royal Speedway promoter Steve O’Neal and STSS organizer Brett Deyo are already working on plans for a 2021 edition.

Port Royal Speedway is located at 308 West 8th Street Port Royal, PA 17082. To learn more, visit www.portroyalspeedway.com or portspeedway@gmail.com.

Next up for the Short Track Super Series is the Mid-Atlantic Championship Weekend at Del.’s Georgetown Speedway Friday, Oct. 30 and Saturday, Oct. 31. The event is headlined by the Velocita-USA South Region presented by Design for Vision and Sunglass Central Modified points finale, a 40-lap STSS Modified event offering up to $7,000 to win with “Gambler’s Fee” posted. STSS Crate 602 Sportsman take part in a 25-lap South Region finale offering $1,500 to win among numerous divisions.

To learn more about the Short Track Super Series Fueled By Sunoco, visit www.shorttracksuperseries.com, e-mail bdmotorsportsmedia@gmail.com,  check out ‘Short Track Super Series’ on Facebook or @ShortTrackSS on Twitter or Instagram.

The Short Track Super Series is presented by American Racer/Lias Tire, Sunoco Race Fuel, Insinger Performance, Bob Hilbert Sportswear, Halmar International, Velocita-USA, Design for Vision/Sunglass Central, Rob Sherlock Roofing, ATL Racing Fuel Cells, Behrent’s Performance Warehouse, Beyea Custom Headers, Bicknell Racing Products, Dirt Track Digest, EIBACH Springs, Escape RV, Fast Axle, Fox Racing Shocks, Henry’s Exhaust, Hig Fab, HyperCo, Kirkey Racing Fabrication, Land Hoe Maintenance, K&N, MJK Home Maintenance, Precision Hydraulic & Oil, QA1, Racing Optics, Superior Remodeling, Teo-Pro Car, VAHLCO, Velocita, WELD Racing & Wilwood.


Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series Fueled By Sunoco Modified ‘Speed Showcase 200’ Feature Finish (200 laps): MAT WILLIAMSON ($53,000), Stewart Friesen, Matt Sheppard, Anthony Perrego, Larry Wight, Max McLaughlin, Ryan Godown, Andy Bachetti, Alex Yankowski, Billy Decker, Erick Rudolph, Mike Mahaney, Ronnie Johnson, Tim Fuller, Mike Gular, Ryan Susice, Josh Hohenforst, Ryan Watt, Tyler Dippel, Billy Dunn, Jimmy Horton, Brandon Grosso, Brett Haas, Jordan Watson, Ryan Riddle, Billy Van Pelt, Peter Britten, Alan Johnson, J.R. Heffner, Rick Laubach, Matt DeLorenzo, Brett Tonkin, Danny Bouc, Michael Maresca, Danny Johnson, Jeff Strunk, Tyler Siri, Rocky Warner, Billy Pauch Jr., Demetrios Drellos, Neil Williams, Richie Pratt Jr.

Did Not Qualify: Jessica Friesen, Dave Marcuccilli, Ron Cartwright Jr., Jared Umbenhauer, Justin Wright, Joe Judge, Ryan Riddle, David Schilling, Danny Hieber, Joseph Watson, Matt Stangle, Josh Nobriga, Jacob Dgien, Brian Gleason, Adam Gage, Eric Williams, Chris Ostrowsky, Josh Delea, Kurt Hundeland, Rusty Smith, Billy Pauch Sr., Mike Trautschold.

American Racer/Lias Tire Bonuses (FREE Tire): Andy Bachetti (eighth) & Ronnie Johnson (13th)
Beyea Custom Headers Redraw Bucks ($50): Billy Pauch Jr. (Redrew 10th)
Behrent’s Performance Warehouse Bonuses ($50 Gift Cards): Anthony Perrego (fourth) & Alex Yankowski (ninth)
Bill Brown & Company Heat-Race Hard Charger ($50): Larry Wight (gain of nine positions)
Bill Brown & Company ‘One Spot Out’ Award ($250): Jessica Friesen
Butler Hill Maple Farm Tom Perrego Memorial Lap 44 ($200): Mat Williamson
Dirt Track Digest Qualifying Event Winners ($750):
 Danny Bouc, Mike Gular, Billy Pauch Jr., Erick Rudolph & Max McLaughlin
EIBACH Springs Bonus ($100 Certificate): 
Max McLaughlin (sixth)
Henry’s Exhaust Systems Power Position ($50 Certificate): Erick Rudolph (11th)
Insinger Performance Drawing ($250 Gift Certificates): Mike Gular & Brett Tonkin (open to all teams purchasing 10 gallons at the track)
Mike’s Racing Heads Hard Charger Award ($1,000):
 Stewart Friesen (39th to second)
‘Poop Man’ Hard Luck Award ($100): Joseph Watson (DNQ)
Precision Hydraulic & Oil Halfway Leader Bonus ($600): Anthony Perrego
Sunoco Race Fuels/Insinger Performance Bonuses ($50 Certificates): Stewart Friesen (second), Mike Mahaney (12th) & Brandon Grosso (22nd)
Superior Scaffolding DNQ Bonuses ($100 each): David Marcuccilli & Ron Cartwright Jr.
Wilwood Brakes Bonus ($75 Certificate):
 Ryan Godown (seventh)

Ice Less LLC Crate 602 Sportsman Speed Showcase 50 Feature Finish:  BRIAN KRUMMEL ($2,500), Joe Toth, Kevin Root, Steve Davis, Tim Hartman Jr., Stephen Kemery, Payton Talbot, Tanner Van Doren, Michael Ballestero, Will Shields, Corey Cormier, Michael Schane, Scott Hitchens, Bobby Flood, Tommy Collins, Justin Grosso, Chad Edwards, Doug Kline, Derrick McGrew Jr., Grant Hilfiger, Dakota Kohler, Sammy Martz Jr., Dylan Smith, Joey Bruning, Joe Williams, Trent Willey, Ryan Shanahan, Ryan Simmons, Brett Tonkin, Thomas Sherby, Matthew Meade, Josh Livingston, A.J. Custodi, Cole Stangle, Ryan Anderson, Addison Bowman.

Did Not Qualify:  Zack Sam, Sean Metz, Sean Weiss, Kevin Stevens, Richard Wegner, Jonathan Swift, Corey Edelman, Zachary Merola, Cody Manmiller, Stacy Jackson, Timothy Guild, Chris Grbac, Gene Beadle, Paul Mancini, Donald Bellen III, Alex Bell, Brad Alger, Billy Fiske, Shawn McPhee, Tom Burakowski, Beau Drobot, Bobby Dunn, David Dickey, Daryl Dissinger, Billy Eggers, Zach Ziegenhagen, Eric Kocher, James O’Hara, Joseph Brown, Bryon DeWitt, Joel Smith, Brian Calabrese, Austin Smith, Kinser Hill.
American Racer /Lias Tire Bonus (FREE Tire):
 Payton Talbot (seventh)
Belmont’s Garage Halfway Leader Bonus ($200): Brian Krummel
Belmont’s Garage Qualifying Event Winners ($200): Will Shields, Steve Davis, Justin Grosso, Tanner Van Doren & Brian Krummel
Beyea Custom Headers Redraw Buck ($25): Joe Toth (Redrew 10th)
Evergreen Fuels Inc. ‘High and Low Temperature’ Bonus ($95): Brian Krummel
Evergreen Fuels Inc. Thursday Fast Time Award ($50): Stephen Kemery (21.305 seconds)
Fastline Performance Hard Charger Award ($500): Michael Ballestero (30th to ninth)
Hurlock Auto & Speed Allstar Performance Certificates ($50): Will Shields, Steve Davis, Justin Grosso, Tanner Van Doren, Brian Krummel, Dakota Kohler & Grant Hilfiger
Insinger Performance Drawing ($250 Gift Certificates): Joe Toth & Donald Bellen III (open to all teams purchasing 10 gallons at the track)

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