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Riverhead, NY June 1stBy Bob Finan
With some 35 or so laps left in what would turn out to be a non-stop 75 lap NASCAR Modified feature at Riverhead Raceway Saturday night veteran driver John Beatty Jr. of Merrick was perhaps thinking to himself second place is as good as it going to get tonight. However with 29 laps remaining in the race David Schneider of Huntington who led the contest since the second lap went wide around some lapped cars opening the door for Beatty who pounced on the opportunity to score his first win of 2019. It was John’s 6th career NASCAR Modified triumph.

Second generation talent Chris Young set fast time in qualifying turning in a lap of 11.599 however in the redraw Young drew 6th while John Fortin Sr. and David Schneider made up the front row and for the first lap of the race Fortin led by a nose as he and Schneider went side by side. Lap 2 found Schneider taking the lead to the outside of Fortin and once out front David would not only show the way but also get away from the field. Soon Fortin found himself racing with John Beatty Jr. for second. with Beatty who started the race 4th making an inside pass of Fortin entering the third turn for the position. Once to second Beatty was able to take a chunk out of Schneider’s lead with Fortin now third under attack from the likes of Dave Brigati, Kyle Soper and Tom Rogers Jr. for the final podium spot in what would become the best battle for position during the fast moving race.

As the field raced the 45th lap entering the third turn Schneider by his own admission afterwards took the car too wide and got up into the marbles allowing John Beatty to sneak by Schneider as well the lapped car threading the needle to come away with the race lead. Once the MSM Elite Motorsports Chevy was out front Beatty the 2017 INEX Legend Race Car champion at the track never looked back taking the checker flag first. “As we raced into the third turn I saw David go up the hill and I just sent it in and we came away with the lead and win” Beatty reflected in victory lane, “David is a talented driver with many more wins left in him and he’s a gentleman to race with” Not lost on Beatty was his win coming just two weeks before the $7,000 to win Islip 300, “this is a good tune-up for the 300, that is the race we all want to win for sure”. 

David Schneider would have to be content with runner-up money in his ESM Racing entry while Dave Brigati of Calverton won the battle for third in his Waddell Communications Chevy. Kyle Soper of Manorville and Tom Rogers Jr. of Riverhead completed the top five
Jeremy McDermott of Riverhead made it four in a row winning the 25-lap Late Model main event making him 4 for 5 on the 2019 campaign. The win is the 13th of Jeremy’s career moving him into a tie for 9th on the all time win list with Kevin Metzger and Chris Turbush, both of whom are still active. Ray Minieri paced Kevin Metzger for the first lap before Kevin was passed by Chris Turbush. After chasing Minieri for four laps Turbush the opening night winner ducked under Ray for the lead exiting the fourth turn. Usually once Chris is out front you can book him for another visit to victory lane however a late race restart shuffled the deck. When the green light winked on for what would be a dash for the cash McDermott rode the outside lane to the race lead and win in his Eastport Feeds Pontiac. Meanwhile in the closing laps Turbush faded after late race contact allowing Minieri of Bay Shore to make his way to a second place finish in his Meadowbrook Collision entry. Dylan Slepian of Dix Hills was third in the RP Fabricating machine.

After finishing second in the Crate Modified points in 2018 Justin Brown of Manorville has served notice the 2019 title goes through him winning his third straight race of the early race season. Jason Hansen and rookie Matt Brode brought the field to green with Hansen’s car faltering with a balky transmission as the field took the green. Brode was able to race his way around the ailing Hansen to claim the early race lead. Matt, son of former 3-time NASCAR Modified champion Howie Brode led until the 4th laps when another freshman driver Sean Glennon made an inside pass entering the first turn for the lead. Glennon who recently won his first career Super Pro trucks race showed the way until a lap 10 caution slowed the race and set up a double file restart. Lining up alongside Glennon for the resumption of the race was Justin Brown who made his way to second on lap 5 and when the race went back green Brown was able to move out front over Glennon. Once out front Brown steering the Busy Bee Pest Control Chevy never looked back nailing down his 6th career win. Chris Rogers of Patchogue made his way to second on lap 13 and was runner-up in his S&P Carting Chevy while Terry Stiles of Rocky Point completed the podium in third with his T&S Auto Clinic racer.

Tom Rogers Jr. scored his second Figure Eight win of the young season when he topped the 14-car field for his 45th career triumph. Bryan Quilliam led the first circuit of the race before being passed by Tom Ferrara on lap 2. Ferrara would soon be side by side with Gary Fritz Jr. who came calling for the race lead. Entering the the first turn Tom cut the corner too close hitting the tire that is put on the course to stop cars from cutting the corner. That turn of events handed the lead to Fritz while Eric Zeh moved to second. However on lap 5 in one clean swoop Tom Rogers came from third to take the race lead with Vinny Delaney marching from 4th to second in Rogers tracks. Delaney chased Rogers until the final lap where he’d be passed by Ken Hyde Jr.. In the end Rogers in the United Exhaust Shop Chevy Coupe would sit in victory lane at the end of the race. Ken Hyde Jr of Yaphank was second in his Northeastern Office Equipment Chevy while Gary Fritz Jr. of Mastic Beach placed third in his self funded ’57 Chevy.

He might only be running a part time Blunderbust slate in 2019 but the races he will compete in Jack Handley Jr. of Medford will make the most of as he won his second race in three starts this season. “The Racing Great Grandfather” Bill Wegmann Sr who is in his mid 70’s broke to the early race lead before he was quickly overtaken on lap 2 by Tom Pickerell. Meanwhile Handley who started 8th in the field was making his way towards the front in rapid fashion and soon tucked right up behind Pickerell in second. Racing for the lead is nothing new for Pickerell and Handley and when they do it makes for an entertaining race. With five laps to go Handley jumped to the outside groove to pass Pickerell for the race lead and eventual win in the Licciardi Builders Caprice. Tom Pickerell of Huntington would have to be happy with second in his Sequel Group Chevy which he’d have to fight for in the final few laps with third place finisher Cody Triola of Bay Shore in his Drexler Blacktop entry.

One week after a disappointing end to his INEX Legend Race Car feature “Big Money” Richie Davidowitz of East Moriches rebounded in a big was with his second win of 2019. The race originally set for 20-laps was cut to 16 due to taking nearly and hour to click off. George Tomko Jr. showed the way for the first four laps of the tilt before Richie Davidowitz came calling on lap 4. Executing a inside pass in the fourth turn Richie raced his way to the lead to start the 5th lap. With a track leading 21 wins under his belt once Davidowitz takes the lead it usually translates into victory and such was the case in this race as the Natural Design Concepts & Apparel machine was not going to be caught allowing Richie to claim his 22nd career victory. Teenage driver Riely O’Keefe of Manorville turned heads with a stellar runner-up finish in his Mil-Aero Solutions mount. O’Keefe came to second on lap 8 and chased Davidowitz in the final eight laps. Vinny Delaney of Holtsville completed the top three in his Wise Choice Fuel Oil entry.

After waiting years to win his first truck Enduro Gary Voight of Medford went out and won his second race in six days when he topped their 20-lap main event. Phil LaManna paced the race for the first9 circuits before he made a miscue in lapped traffic that allowed Voight in his A. Voight Towing 4X4 to take the lead and drive off to victory. LaManna of Smithtown was unofficially second in his EP Milling & Sweeping Chevy.

There is a new younger generation of Demolition Derby drivers competing these days at Riverhead Raceway and in a hard hitting affair Joey Palmeri of Lindenhurst and CJ Zurkowski of Riverhead were declared co-winners when they made the final hit on each other at the same time. Both drivers who are in their early 20’s could not restart their cars and would split the first and second place prize money down the line.

NASCAR Modifieds: 1. John Beatty Jr. 2. David Schneider 3. Dave Brigati 4. Kyle Soper 5. Tom Rogers Jr. 6. Chris Young 7. John Fortin Sr. 8. Michael Rutkoski 9. John Baker 10. Dylan Slepian 11. Roger Turbush 12. CJ Lehmann 13. Eric Zeh DNS- Brad Van Houten, Artie Pedersen III

Late Models: 1. Jeremy McDermott 2. Ray Minieri 3. Dylan Slepian 4. Chris Turbush 5. Shawn Patrick 6. Jason Kreth 7. Kevin Metzger DNS- Daryn Miller

Crate Modifieds: 1. Justin brown 2. Chris Rogers 3. Terry Stiles 4. Dave Brigati 5. Sean Glennon 6. AJ DeSantis 7. Peter Bertuccio 8. Matt Brode 9. Dennis Krupski 10. Mike Albasini 11. Carey Rogers 12. Scott Pedersen 13. Charles Macwhinnie 14. Jason Hansen
Figure Eights: 1. Tom Rogers Jr. 2. Ken Hyde Jr. 3. Gary Fritz Jr. 4. Tom Ferrara 5. Eric Zeh 6. Bryan Quilliam 7. CJ Lehmann 8. Johnny Vullo 9. Bob Dalke 10. Brian Hansen 11. Scott Pedersen 12. Joe Warren Jr. 13. Paul Cummings 14. Vinny Delaney

Blunderbusts: 1. Jack Handley Jr. 2. Tom Pickerell 3. Cody Triola 4. Jim Laird Jr. 5. Bill Wegmann Sr. 6. Cassandra Denis 7. Tim Mulqueen 8. Brian Brown 9. Eddie Diaz 10. Russ Jansen 11. Kyle Halpin 12. Brian Midgett Jr. 13. Alyssa Paprocky

Legend Race Cars: 1. Richie Davidowitz 2. Riely O’Keefe 3. Vinny Delaney 4. Jim Sylvester 5. Dean Lambros 6. George Tomko Jr. 7. Jerry Curran 8. Jeff Otto Jr. 9. Scott Cheslak 10. Mike Benton 11. Ed Cheslak 12. Pat Moore 13. Joe Sedotto 14. Eric Hersey 15. Jonathan Parsons 16. Joseph Braun 17. Jeff Farruggia Jr. 18. Richie Braun 19. Alex Halinar 20. David Strohmeyer 21. Chris Sinatro 22. Kevin Nowak 23. Allan Pedersen 24. Tyler DeSantis 25. Jason Castaldo 26. William Lambros

Demo Derby: Co-winners- Joey Palmeri Jr. & CJ Zurkowski
Truck Enduro: Winner- Gary Voight

Noah Watts Photo


Riverhead, NY May 26th
By Bob Finan

After having been rained out on May 5th, the May Meltdown Enduro program was completed Sunday afternoon at Riverhead Raceway with Eric Zeh of Selden taking home the 30-lap Street Stock win while Tom Puccia of Shirley won the 20-lap Mini Stock contest.

The Street Stock event was a competitive affair with plenty of position swapping early on among the top two while the race featured three lead changes. Johnny “Drama” Cricchio in the Rob Bader entry for the day paced the race for the first lap before he was overhauled by Chris Lescenski for the lead on lap 2. As the field roared off the fourth turn to start the 6th lap Rhett Fogg ducked under Lescenski to take over the race lead with Lescenski settling into second. Fogg would lead the race until the 10 to go mark  when Eric Zeh who started 8th on the grid made and inside pass to break out front bringing defending champion Dave Antos with him. Over the final 10 circuits Zeh in the Best Built Construction Chevy would lead the remainder of the race to score his division leading 6th career win. Dave Antos of Lindenhurst was runner-up in the EP Milling & Sweeping Chevy while early leader Rhett Fogg of Westhampton was third in the Accu-Rhett machine.

In the 20-lap Mini Stock contest it was a dominating performance for Tom Puccia who broke to the race lead at the throw of the green and never looked back from his on Site Cleaning Services racer. Newcomer Matt Stawecki chased Puccia for the first 4 laps of the tilt before he was passed by Justin Squired to the inside entering the first turn on lap 5. In the end though it didn’t matter who ran second as Tom Puccia broke away by a half a lap to score his second career win. Squires of Flanders was second in the Madden’s Auto Body machine while Jamie Meyer of Baiting Hollow had a stellar run for third in her Staria Automotive entry,

Gary Voight of Medford has been racing the Truck Enduro events at Riverhead Raceway for quite sometime now but never did he take home a victory, until Sunday that is. Phil LaManna in his immaculate truck broke out front at the start of the 30-lapper chased at first by fellow veteran driver Bobby Pease. Just as the race hit halfway Gary Voight made himself known as he passed Pease for second and then set his sights on leader LaManna. After first catching and then sizing up LaManna for a pass Gary made his move to the outside of the leader in the third and fourth turn on lap 25 taking the lead and that long awaited first career win in his A. Voight Towing truck. LaManna of Smithtown was second in his EP Milling & Sweeping entry while defending champion Don Nelson Jr. of Rocky Point was third in the Abner Tree Experts S-10. 

In the 40-lap 8-Cylinder Gut & Go Enduro defending champion Jared Halsey of Southampton won his first race of 2019. Halsey wheeling the Sabrosa Mexican Grill Chevy made his way to the lead just prior to the halfway point of the race and then opened a comfortable cushion that he’d enjoy to the conclusion of the race. Making the win even sweeter for the third generation racer was his father “Hot Rod” Brian Halsey of Southampton finishing second in the PC Truck Equipment Chevy. Michael Asdahl of East Meadow who led the race early on came home third in his sponsor wanted Monte Carlo.

Christian Conklin of Riverhead turned in another dominating performance winning the 50-lap 4/6-Cylinder Gut & Go Go Enduro. Conklin in the Spit’s Speed Shop Hyundai Tiburon starting off his 2018 championship defense in fine style. Conklin came to the lead for good on lap 15 and never looked back. Due to transponder issues during the race the remainder of the finish behind Conklin was being sorted out at press time.

Street Stocks (unofficial): 1. Eric Zeh 2. Dave Antos 3. Rhett Fogg 4. Gerard Lawrence 5. Phil LaManna 6. Chris Lescenski 7. Brian McCormack 8. Greg Zaleski 9. Johnny Cricchio 10. Justin Ferreri 11. James DePietro 12. Brian Brown 13. Anthony Pizzo 14. Jay Henschel 15. Wesley Sammon
Mini Stocks (unofficial): 1. Tom Puccia 2. Justin Squires 3. Paul Wojcik 4. Matt Stawecki 5. Chris Elixson 6. Jamie Meyer 7. James O’Connell 8. Heather Dugre 9. Martin O’Connell 10. Brad Bess DNS- Mike Mujsce Jr.
Trucks (unofficial): 1. Gary Voight 2. Phil LaManna 3. Don Nelson 4. Bobby Pease 5. Mariah Lawrence 6. Jason McGrady 7. Mike Benton 8. Dustin Cole 9. Amber Weiss 10. Emily Hubbard 11. John Schultz 12. Kaitlyn Botts
8-Cylinder Gut & Go Enduro (unofficial) 1. Jared Halsey 2. Brian Halsey 3. Michael Asdahl 4. Kyle Curtis 5. Mark Wolf 6. Pat Collins 7. Vinny Poharski 8. Dennis Jones 9. Dwayne Sipila 10. Ricky Carman 11. Robert Eggers 12. Stacy Halsey 13. Christian Conklin 14. Christian Kalbfleisch 15. Alex Decesare 16. Kim Hyde 17. Phil Ebert 18. David Verbeeck 19. Carmine Ragusa 20. Jimmy Muench 21. Eric Germuth
4/6-Cylinder Gut & Go (unofficial) Winner- Christian Conklin Remainder of field TBA after audit of race scoring transponders.

Jeffrey Rogers Photo


Riverhead, NY May 25th
By Bob Finan

Kyle Soper of Manorville and his Eastport Feeds NASCAR Modified team have served notice at Riverhead Raceway that the 2019 championship will have to go through the team that captured the 2018 title winning their third race in four starts to begin the WhelenAll American Series season. For the second time this season Soper came from the final starting spot to claim the victory.

Dave Brigati and son-in-law Roger Turbush brought the field to green with Brigati taking the lead as the field completed the first lap. Lap two saw Tom Rogers Jr., the only other driver to win a NASCAR Modified race in ’19 race his way under Turbush in the third and fourth corners for second. Once to second Rogers tucked in behind race leader Brigati as the race settled in. After 19 laps of pursuing Brigati challenger Rogers would get a break when a caution flag waved on lap 21 setting up a double file restart. On the restart Rogers raced his way around Brigati to take over the lead but Tommy’s time out front was about to become short lived.

Just prior to the halfway juncture of the race Kyle Soper raced his way around Brigati for second on lap 23 and he wasn’t done yet. With a car that appeared flawless Soper quickly caught and passed Rogers for the race lead on lap 26 while Rogers now found himself second and looking at the back spoiler of the race leader. Once Soper had the Wayne & Joette Anderson Chevy out front there was no looking back for Kyle Soper who raced off to his 12th career victory.

“I’ve said it all along, this car is just awesome and a reflection of all the work my father puts into it” Kyle proclaimed, “my guys make sure I have the best car week in and week out, I’m just the lucky guy who gets to drive it” With the victory Soper has a 12-point lead over John Fortin Sr,. of Holtsville in the early in the 2019 championship rankings and also leads the Whelen All American Series New York State championship chase. That chase pays bonus points to drivers who win after starting deep in the field and with two last to first wins this year Soper the 2018 New York State champion is off to a good start defending that crown.

Tom Rogers Jr. of Riverhead in the Denise & Ken Darch Precision Water Works Chevy was runner-up while David Schneider of Huntington was third in his ESM Racing Chevy just 24 hours after running at the Stafford Motor Speedway in a Open Modified 80-lapper. John Beatty Jr. of Merrick and Dave Brigati of Calverton completed the top five. 

Late Model winner at Riverhead Raceway Jeremy McDermott May 25th 2019 Photo: Noah Watts Myracenews

Another driver three for four on the season is former multi-time Late Model champion Jeremy McDermott of Riverhead who won the show opening 50-lap feature event. In qualifying Chris Turbush led the way with a lap of 12.528 but “Bub” would pull pill  #4 in the redraw while the Rob PelisMotorsports team cars of Scott Kulesa and Jeremy McDermott would occupy the front row. Kulesa running a part time schedule this year raced to the lead at the throw of the green with McDermott in pursuit. After two laps in the challenger position McDermott jumped to the outside of his team car to take the race lead in the third and fourth turn with Kulesa moving back to second. Chris Turbush made his presence know as the race wore on challenging Kulesa for second before finally taking the spot on lap 37. Over the final 13 laps all Turbush could do it watch as Jeremy McDermott drove off to his 12th career victory in the Eastport Feeds Pontiac. The win moves McDermott into a tie with “Mighty” Mike Mortimer for 11th on the all time LM win list. Chris Turbush of Wading River was runner-up in his Eastern Fuel Chevy while Dave Brigati making his first LM start of 2019 was third in the Bekiesz Garage Doors Pontiac.

Figure 8 winner Ken Hyde Jr. Riverhead Raceway May 25th 2019 Photo: Noah Watts Myracenews

Ken Hyde Jr. after going without a win in 2018 drove his way back to victory lane Saturday night when he won the 15-lap Figure Eight main event. Starting second in the event Hyde wasted little time breaking to the race lead at the start of the contest out running rookie driver Joe Warren Jr. who started from the pole. Tom Ferrara quickly got by Warren from his third starting berth and “The Alter Boy” chased Hyde for the first six laps of the race. However misfortune struck on lap 7 when Tom spun allowing Eric Zeh to take over second with Tom Rogers Jr. third. With the two teammates filling Hyde’s mirror the third generation drive did not get rattled as he would lead the rest of the way in his Kings Park Contracting entry for the win. The victory was Ken’s 9th career triumph ranking him 15th on the all time win list. Oddly enough Hyde credited Zeh and Rogers crew chief “Gizmo” for going through his engine and car in an effort to get it right. Zeh of Selden and Rogers were second at third in their United Exhaust Shop Chevy Coupes.

Jim Laird Jr. of Riverhead rebounded after a heartbreaking last lap incident the week before on the final turn of the race to bounce back with a victory in the 20-lap Blunderbust race. Joe Warren Jr. would pace the race for the first three laps of the tilt before Laird completed an inside pass exiting turn four to take the race lead as the field started the 4th lap. Just one week prior Laird in an incident he termed “totally my fault” collided with Jack Handley Jr. while the tandem raced for the win. This week Laird felt he owed his Bandit Motorsports team one and once to the lead Jim never looked back hitting his marks lap after lap in his Poolsmith Inc. Chevy in route to his 8th career win. Cody Triola of Bay Shore steering the Cesspool Pros entry came away with an impressive runner-up finish while “Mad” Max Handley of Medford just back from his studies at UNOH in Ohio made his first start of ’19 a noticeable one as he was third after starting 8th in the Licciardi Builders Chevy. 

Blunderbust winner Jim Laird Jr at Riverhead Raceway May 25th 2019 Photo: Noah Watts Myracenews Photo

Jack Handley Jr. of Medford shifted divisions this week turning his championship winning Blunderbust over to brother Max and strapping in Mike Albasini’s Super Pro Truck. The result was victory for “The Jack Attack” in the 20-lap contest. The race was competitive to say the least as no less than 8 changes in position among the top two occurred during the race. Rookie Joe Cerabino led the first lap before he was passed by 30-time winner Lou Maestri on lap two, Cerabino one lap later was overtaken for second by Jimmy Rennick Jr. Meanwhile Maestri would pace the race until the 8th lap when Mark Stewart raced out front with Maestri now second. Rennick then slipped by Maestri for second but soon thereafter his fuel pump would quit forcing him to the infield. With Stewart leading and just five laps to go Handley who started 9th in the field muscled his way by Maestri for second on a late race restart. Just one lap later another yellow waved and on that double file restart Handley rode the outside lane around Stewart to take the lead on lap 16 and drive to the win in the Hollis Court Collision Chevy. Stewart of Riverhead was runner-up in the East End Building machine while Joe Cerabino of Bay Shore impressed with a fine third place effort in the Victory Mixed Martial Arts Chevy.

INEX Legends winner at Riverhead Raceway Jim Sylvester May 25th 2019 Photo Noah Watts Myracenews

Defending INEX Legend Race Car champion Jim Sylvester of Massapequa made it two in a row when he won the 30-lap feature event. RichieDavidowitz topped qualifying for the 35 cars on hand with a lap of 13.620 in the Paul Dodorico owned machine. The race got off to a very rocky start as it took three attempts just to get the first lap in the books leaving some damaged cars and hurt feeling in the wake. When the race finally did go and stay green Sylvester moved out front in his Oval Speed Unlimited mount with the teenage Lambros brothers in hot pursuit. Dean & William Lambros run selected races at Riverhead and on Saturday made their presence known. The siblings were able to stay in the tire tracks of the race leader for the duration of the race but perhaps a lack of experience to the more seasoned race leader prohibited them from making a run for the win. At the finish Jim Sylvester sat in victory lane with Dean Lambros and William Lambros of Northport were second and third in the Wm. Dean Platinum team cars.

Mini Stock winner at Riverhead Raceway May 25th 2019 Paul Wojcik May 25th 2019 Photo Noah Watts Myracenews

Paul Wojcik of Centereach made it two out of two in the 20-lap Mini Stock feature event. Wojcik, the defending champion in the class moved out front at the start of the race with Chris Elixson in tow. However Elixson quickly felt the heat and was passed by Joe Warren Jr. for second on lap 2 and just like the opening race of 2019 it appeared Wojcik and Warren would be left to decide the race. Unfortunately though Warren’s night would be cut short with six laps left in the race when his car went up in smoke. After a clean-up the final six laps of the race were contested with Paul Wojcik in his VDR Graphics machine driving off to his 3rd career victory. Newcomer Justin Squires of Flanders was an impressive second in his Roadworks Construction mount with third generation driver Jamie Meyer of Wading River a stellar third in the Staria Automotive entry.

NASCARModifieds: 1. Kyle Soper 2. Tom Rogers Jr. 3. David Schneider 4. John Beatty Jr. 5. Dave Brigati 6. Chris Young 7. CJLehmann 8. John Fortin Sr. 9. Eddie Brunnhoelzl III 10. Eric Zeh 11. Roger Turbush 12. Cory Midgett 13. Dylan Slepian 14. John Baker DNS- John Fortin Jr., Michael Rutkoski

Late Models: 1. Jeremy McDermott 2. Chris Turbush 3. Dave Brigati 4. Scott Kulesa 5. Chris McGuire 6. Shawn Patrick 7. Ray Minieri 8. Gerard Lawrence 9. Kevin Metzger 10. Jay Scalice

Figure Eights: 1. Ken Hyde Jr. 2. Eric Zeh 3. Tom Rogers Jr. 4. Vinny Delaney 5. Scott Pedersen 6. Tom Ferrara 7. Gary Fritz Jr. 8. CJLehmann 9. Bryan Quilliam 10. Bob Dalke 11. Joe Warren Jr. 12. Brian Hansen DNS- Paul Cummings

Blunderbusts: 1. Jim Laird Jr. 2. Cody Triola 3. Max Handley 4. Tom Pickerell 5. Joe Warren Jr. 6. Russ Jansen 7. Bill Wegmann Sr. 8. Bill Wegmann Jr. 9. Cassandra Denis 10. Eddie Diaz 11. Kyle Halpin 12. Brian Midgett Jr. 13. AlyssaPaprocky DNS- BrendonHubbard, Tim Mulqueen

Super Pro Trucks: 1. Jack Handley Jr. 2. Mark Stewart 3. Joe Cerabino 4. Sean Glennon 5. Eddie Schutze 6. Lou Maestri 7. Frank Dumicich Jr. 8. Dave Koenig 9. Jimmy Rennick Jr. 10. Ethan Brown 11. Frank Dumicich Sr.

Legend Race Cars: 1. Jim Sylvester 2. Dean Lambors 3. William Lambros 4. Vinny Delaney 5. Eric Hersey 6. Jerry Curran 7. Jeff Otto Jr. 8. Allan Pedersen 9. Joe Costello 10. Colin Volpe 11. Stephen Coleman 12. Tanner Jones 13. Joseph Braun 14. Mike Benton15. Jeff Farruggia Jr. 16. Jason Castaldo 17. Riely O’Keefe 18. Ed Cheslak 19. Kevin Nowak 20. George Tomko Jr. 21. Ray Fitzgerald 22. RichieDavidowitz 23. Jonathan Parsons 24. Mike Van Houten Jr. 25. Scott Cheslak

Mini Stocks: 1. Paul Wojcik 2. Justin Squires 3. Jamie Meyer 4. Chris Elixson 5. Brad Bess 6. James O’Connell 7. Martin O’Connell 8. Joe Warren Jr. 9. Matt Stawecki 10. Joe Cooke Jr. 11. Tom Puccia DNS- Tom Cacozza