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BACHETTI FINALLY SCORES UTICA-ROME MODIFIED VICTORY FRIDAY

Written by Chris Moore

VERNON, NY – Finally.

Entering Friday night, the Sunoco Modifieds had run 11 feature events in 2021 at Utica-Rome Speedway. Andy Bachetti finished outside the top-five just twice in the 11 events, but never found his way to Victory Lane.

Last night, that all changed as the pieces fell into place for the Sheffield, Mass., star to put his Garrity Asphalt Reclamation No. 4 car in Victory Lane at the ‘Home of Heroes’ for the first time since 2007.

“We’ve been on a roll here and we knew we were gonna get one, just wish Matt (Sheppard) was still in it,” Bachetti explained following his first win of the season.

After last week’s runner-up, Bachetti would start his quest for win number one from the 10th starting position with Stanley, N.Y.’s Zach Payne and Vernon, N.Y.’s Willy Decker occupying the front row.

The initial start took out some heavy hitters, as Ricky Davis, who started third, got turned around in the middle of turns three and four, collecting Alan Johnson and Rocky Warner, ending both of their nights before a lap was completed.

On the second try, Willy Decker jumped off the outside of the front row, taking the lead for much of the early going.

Meanwhile, Savannah, N.Y.’s Matt Sheppard was up to his usual tricks, taking advantage of the early yellow and driving to second in just three laps and brought invader Tim Fuller along with him, who got to third shortly thereafter.

Bachetti, meanwhile, was tailing Sprakers, N.Y.’s Jessica Friesen as they both worked their way into the top five by lap 10.

Up front, Sheppard had caught Willy Decker, searching for a way to get by as the two battled in lap traffic.

On lap 14, Decker could not find a way around Ron Holmes, and Sheppard quickly extracted both, racing to the front and appearing to set sail.

As Sheppard drove away up front, Bachetti had gotten by Friesen for fourth, and quickly reeled in Fuller for third.

“All season it feels like we’ve gotten better as the races have gone on and that was true again tonight,” Bachetti explained of his racecar appearing to surge in the latter half of the race.

On lap 18, the race changed as Sheppard made slight contact with a lap car, cutting his right-rear tire and forcing him pit side.

When the field went back to green, Decker had inherited the lead back, now with Fuller alongside.

A chaotic restart saw Fuller get shuffled back to sixth, while Bachetti and Friesen battled for the runner-up spot as Decker tried to pull away.

Bachetti was not to be denied, as he slid by Friesen quickly after the restart and locked eyes on Decker.

Lap 23 was the lap for the ‘Wild Child,’ as Bachetti drove underneath Decker and drove away with his fourth career win at Utica-Rome Speedway.

Decker would hold on to a runner-up finish and Jessica Friesen rounded out the podium finishers.

Altamont, N.Y.’s Brian Gleason drove from 14th to fourth in his BBL Companies No. 3G and Edwards, N.Y.’s Fuller rounded out the top five in the St. Lawrence Radiology No. 19.

Clay, N.Y.’s Bob Henry Jr. claimed the sixth position and Sheppard rebounded for a seventh-place run. Fultonville, N.Y.’s JaMike Sowle took eighth with Zach Payne grabbing the ninth position and Gloversville, N.Y.’s Adam McAuliffe rounded out the top ten.

Oneida, N.Y.’s Matt Janczuk was once again victorious with the Worthington Industries Crate 602 Sportsman, his eighth win of the season.

Janczuk split the middle of Allan Hodge and Will Shields just before halfway to grab the lead and never looked back. The win also expanded Janczuk’s lead in the Worthington Industries Crate 602 Sportsman division with just two races left.

Genoa, N.Y.’s Will Shields grabbed the runner-up spot and Johnstown, N.Y.’s Brian Calabrese claimed the final podium spot. Sherburne, N.Y.’s Allan Hodge placed fourth and Fultonville, N.Y.’s A.J. Miller rounded out the top five.

The CRSA Sprint Cars were in town for the second and final time this season, and it was Spencer, N.Y.’s Kyle Pierce who grabbed the win.

Trout Creek, N.Y.’s Dana Wagner started on the pole and led the first six laps, before blowing a right-rear tire and colliding with the front stretch wall, ending his night.

Pierce was there to take advantage, leading from there on out to get his first ever Utica-Rome Speedway win. Romulus, N.Y.’s Ray Preston was the runner-up and Altamont, N.Y.’s Jeff Trombley finished third after starting in the 12th position.

Waterloo, N.Y.’s Bobby Parrow claimed the fourth position and McDonough, N.Y.’s Dalton Herrick came from 14th to round out the top five.

Schenectady, N.Y.’s Nick Stone continued his recent hot streak, getting his third consecutive win with the Next Generation Graphix Pro Stocks and join Matt Janczuk as an eight-time winner this season.

Grand Gorge, N.Y.’s Beau Ballard finished second for the seventh consecutive week, maintaining his point lead and Johnstown, N.Y.’s Jason Morrison rounded out the top three. Jay Corbin and Travis Welch rounded out the top-five finishers.

Baldwinsville, N.Y.’s David Hackett Jr. grabbed his third consecutive win in the Fastline Performance Limited Sportsman division, continuing to close in on Clayton DuMond for the division point lead.

Ulysses, Pa.’s Tyler Lawrence grabbed the runner-up spot in his first appearance at Utica-Rome in 2021 and Cobleskill, N.Y.’s Lance Hill rounded out the top three.

Justin Pope (DOHC) bested the largest Cool Stuff Antiques Four 

Cylinder field of the season (16 cars), for his eighth win of the season and expanding his point lead. T.J. Marlitt was the Single Cam winner of the 12-lap feature.

Racing resumes Friday, August 27 as Utica-Rome Speedway. The Sunoco Modifieds headline the night of racing. Also on the card are the Worthington Industries Crate 602 Sportsman, Next Generation Graphix Pro Stocks, Fastline Performance Limited Sportsman, and the Cool Stuff Antiques Four Cylinders.

The Senior Services Inc. All-Star Slingshots and D&S Landscaping will also be in action on the inner-oval for their championship night.

Gates will open at 5 p.m. and racing is set to begin at 7:30 p.m.

Utica-Rome Speedway is located at 5591 NY-5 (Seneca Turnpike) Vernon, NY 13476. The official website is www.uticaromespeedway.com.  Like Utica-Rome Speedway on Facebook or @UR_Speedway.

BROEDEL FUEL GROUP & TURN II LLC. NIGHT PLUS CRSA SPRINT CARS – UTICA-ROME SPEEDWAY AUGUST 20, 2021

Sunoco Modified Feature Finish (30 laps): ANDY BACHETTI, Willy Decker, Jessica Friesen, Brian Gleason, Tim Fuller, Bob Henry Jr., Matt Sheppard, JaMike Sowle, Zack Payne, Adam McAuliffe, Darren Smith, Claude Hutchings Jr., Ricky Davis III, Alan Barker, Randy Shantel, Ryan Odasz, Marshall Hurd, Ronnie Holmes, Jim Walsh, Tim Mayne, Aaron Jacobs, Alan Johnson, Rocky Warner.

Worthington Industries Crate 602 Sportsman Feature Finish (25 laps): MATT JANCZUK, Will Shields, Brian Calabrese, Allan Hodge, A.J. Miller, Ed Lukas, Payton Talbot, Ed Downing, Chad Edwards, Kyle DeMetro, Chip Constantino, Addison Bowman, Willy Decker Jr., Dave Richer, Rocco Leone, Steve Kotary, David Dickey, Kurtis Hohensheldt, A.J. Digsby, Brandon Loucks, Pat Nolan, Ted Starr.

Did Not Start: Brad Alger.

CRSA Sprint Cars Feature Finish (20 laps): KYLE PIERCE, Ray Preston, Jeff Trombley, Bobby Parrow, Dalton Herrick, Jerry Sehn, Jordan Hutton, Josh Flint, Trevor Years, Billy VanInwegen, Randy Years, John Cunningham, Darryl Ruggles, Ron Greek, Dan Craun, Ethan Gray, Emily VanInwegen, Mike VanPelt, Tanner Emmons, Dana Wagner, Steve Glover.

Did Not Start: Mike Kiser, Mike Stelter.

Next Generation Grafix Pro Stock Feature Finish (20 laps): NICK STONE, Beau Ballard, Jason Morrison, Jay Corbin, Travis Welch, Chuck McSpirit, Bill Knapp, Ed Kotary, Jim Normoyle, Mike Kazlauskas, A.J. Walters, Frank Hyatt, John Holmes, Tim Wood, Ivan Joslin, Jerry Streeter.

Fastline Performance Limited Sportsman Feature Finish (15 laps): DAVID HACKETT JR., Tyler Lawrence, Lance Hill, Ernie Staelens, Jeremy Slosek, Jason Lopes, Clayton DuMond, Bob Rowback, Seth Martin, Matt Backus, Amber Jacobs, Dylan Nichols, Mike Haman, Rich Riggs.

Disqualified: Eric Jensen.

Did Not Start: Alex Hughes, John Anderson.

Cool Stuff Antiques Four Cylinder Feature Finish (15 laps): JUSTIN POPE (DOHC), Kevin Greenfield, Slappy White, Corey Valade, Donald Kimball, Jean Foster, T.J. Marlitt (SOHC), Jacob Kimball, Wayne Russell Jr., Don Foster, Dan Valade, Isaiah Forward, Matt Buckovan, Evan Wright, Andrew Rodriguez.

Did Not Start: Len St. Andrews.

HE EARNED IT: SHEPPARD EMERGES WITH WIN FROM UTICA-ROME THRILLER

Written by Chris Moore

VERNON, NY – Earned every bit of it.

For the sixth time this season, Savannah, N.Y.’s Matt Sheppard bested the 25-car Sunoco Modified field at Utica-Rome Speedway.

With speedway officials and racers dodging rain drops in the area all night, Sheppard won arguably the race of the year in the Modified division as the top five were under a blanket in the closing laps at the ‘Home of Heroes.’

“My car wouldn’t go off the bottom of the corner’s, (Willy) Decker was starting to have problems, it was raining a little bit… it was a crazy last five laps,” a relieved Sheppard proclaimed in Victory Lane.

Sheppard’s quest for win number six started from the 12th position, with Whitney Point, N.Y.’s Marshall Hurd and Fultonville, N.Y.’s JaMike Sowle occupying the front row.

Sowle pulled the field down the back straightaway and lead for much of the early going, while Vernon, N.Y.’s Willy Decker quickly followed Sowle around Hurd and into the runner-up spot.

While Decker hung with Sowle up front, Sheppard wasn’t his ‘Super’ self. Sheppard was bogged down at the back half of the top-10, struggling to make his way forward.

“The track was so heavy tonight, it was really hard to make up ground,” Sheppard explained of his early struggles to make his way forward.

As the race went on, the battle for the lead got more and more exciting to watch, as Willy Decker continued to try and pry his way underneath JaMike Sowle for the lead.

Sheffield, Mass., star Andy Bachetti had risen to third, but Sheppard got an excellent jump on a lap-six restart to climb to fourth and eventually slide around Bachetti for third.

While Sowle and Decker continued to mix it up at the front, Sheppard drew nearer with each passing lap. A lap-12 yellow, however, would change the complexion of the remaining 18 laps.

On the restart, Decker finally was able to make the bottom work to slide by Sowle for the lead. Andy Bachetti wasn’t far behind after getting around Sheppard on the restart, he quickly slid underneath Sowle for second one lap later.

Sheppard wasn’t far behind, getting to third as the field came by Joe Kriss’ halfway sign.

Shortly thereafter, Sheppard was finding a rhythm on the outside, driving around Bachetti to take second just before a red flag was displayed as Adam Roberts went up and over in turn four.

When the field went back to racing, Sprakers, N.Y.’s Jessica Friesen was the Friesen on the charge, driving from fourth to second, while Willy Decker continued to pace the field. Jessica’s housemate Stewart Friesen began making hay, as he had risen to fifth and was challenging Bachetti for fourth.

With the remaining 11 laps going non-stop, Sheppard found his rhythm again on the outside, driving Jessica Friesen with five laps to go and setting his sights on Decker.

Sheppard wouldn’t have to work too hard to get the lead, as Willy Decker slowed and pulled off the track the field completed their 27th circuit.

Sheppard would seal the deal in the remaining three laps to claim his sixth win of the season and extend his Sunoco Modified point lead.

Bachetti took second on the final lap in his Garrity Asphalt Reclamation No. 4 and Jessica Friesen held on for a podium finish in the One Zee Tees No. 1Z. Stewart Friesen battled an ill-handling racecar all night to grab fourth in his Halmar No. 44 and JaMike Sowle got his best finish of the season in the Carole and Alton Palmer No. 76.

Covington Township, Pa.’s Alex Yankowski came from the 21st starting position to get sixth in his family-owned No. 84y and Clay, N.Y.’s Bob Henry Jr. claimed seventh. Oxford, N.Y.’s Rusty Smith raced to an eighth-place effort with Johnstown, N.Y.’s Rocky Warner grabbing ninth in the Jason Simmons owned No. 98. Brian Gleason rounded out the top-10 in his BBL Companies No. 3G.

Oneida, N.Y.’s Matt Janczuk claimed the Worthington Industries Crate 602 Sportsman feature for the seventh time in 2021 at Utica-Rome Speedway. His experience and love the ‘Home of Heroes’ shows every week, as once again the 

Oneida native drove from the 12th position to the lead inside the first 10 laps.

Janczuk’s win also allowed him to take back the top spot in the Worthington Industries Crate 602 Sportsman point battle.

South New Berlin, N.Y.’s Payton Talbot kept pace with Janczuk as long as he could but ended up settling for second. Genoa, N.Y.’s Will Shields raced to a third-place finish and Mexico, N.Y.’s Addison Bowman chased him in fourth. Sherburne, N.Y.’s Allan Hodge rounded out the top five.

Schenectady, N.Y.’s Nick Stone joined Janczuk as seven-time winners this season in the Next Generation Graphix Pro Stocks division. The first 18 laps went caution-free as Stone worked his way to the lead.

Grand Gorge, N.Y.’s Beau Ballard found his way to the runner-up spot before the races only yellow setup a green-white-checkered dash between the top two.

In the end, Ballard couldn’t work the bottom well enough to slide underneath Stone for the win. Ballard settled for his sixth consecutive runner-up finish on the season. Johnstown, N.Y.’s Jason Morrison rounded out the podium with Ed Kotary and A.J. Walters finishing in the top five.

For the second consecutive week, Baldwinsville, N.Y.’s David Hackett Jr. picked up the Fastline Performance Limited Sportsman 15-lap feature. Hackett took advantage of a mistake by point leader Clayton DuMond and raced his way by Matt Backus for the lead he would never relinquish.

West Winfield, N.Y.’s Jeremy Slosek grabbed a runner-up finish, continuing his run of good finishes and Oxford, N.Y.’s Matt Backus rounded out the top three.

Justin Pope became the third seven-time winner, picking up another Cool Stuff Antiques Four Cylinder victory. TJ Marlitt claimed the Single Cam portion of the 12-lapper.

Dan Slosek claimed his first Senior Services Inc. All-Star Slingshots feature event of the season. Corky Warner was the D&S Landscaping Junior Slingshots feature for the third time this season.

Racing resumes Friday, August 20 as Utica-Rome Speedway. The Sunoco Modifieds headline the night and are joined by the CRSA Sprint Cars for the second time this season. Also on the card are the Worthington Industries Crate 602 Sportsman, Next Generation Graphix Pro Stocks, Fastline Performance Limited Sportsman, and the Cool Stuff Antiques Four Cylinders.

Gates will open at 5 p.m. and racing is set to begin at 7:30 p.m.

Utica-Rome Speedway is located at 5591 NY-5 (Seneca Turnpike) Vernon, NY 13476. The official website is www.uticaromespeedway.com.  Like Utica-Rome Speedway on Facebook or @UR_Speedway.

$5 FRIDAY RESULTS SUMMARY – UTICA-ROME SPEEDWAY AUGUST 13, 2021

Sunoco Modified Feature Finish (30 laps): MATT SHEPPARD, Andy Bachetti, Jessica Friesen, Stewart Friesen, JaMike Sowle, Alex Yankowski, Bob Henry Jr., Rusty Smith, Rocky Warner, Brian Gleason, Zack Payne, Marshall Hurd, Darren Smith, Ricky Davis III, Jim Walsh, Willy Decker, Vince Visconti, Claude Hutchings Jr., Tim Mayne, Adam Roberts, David Schilling, Alan Johnson, Tanner Warner, Randy Shantel, Aaron Jacobs.

Worthington Industries Crate 602 Sportsman Feature Finish (25 laps): MATT JANCZUK, Payton Talbot, Will Shields, Addison Bowman, Allan Hodge, Willy Decker Jr., Rocco Leone, Chip Constantino, A.J. Miller, Tanner Warner, Ed Lukas, A.J. Digsby, Brian Calabrese, Richie Riggs, David Dickey, Mike Grover, Dorian Wahdan, Kyle DeMetro, Tim Falter, Scott Mallette, Shawn Frost, Jeff Kotary, Kurtis Hohensheldt, Brian Murphy, Ed Downing, Dave Richer.

Next Generation Grafix Pro Stock Feature Finish (20 laps): NICK STONE, Beau Ballard, Jason Morrison, Ed Kotary, A.J. Walters, Ivan Joslin, Bill Knapp, Mike Kazlauskas, John Roese, Chuck McSpirit, Jim Normoyle, John Holmes, Tim Wood, Jerry Streeter, Travis Welch, Aaron Page, Frank Hyatt.

Did Not Start: Luke Horning.

Fastline Performance Limited Sportsman Feature Finish (15 laps): DAVID HACKETT JR., Jeremy Slosek, Matt Backus, Clayton DuMond, Eric Jensen, Mike Haman, Ernie Staelens, Alexis Jacobs, Jason Lopes, Amber Jacobs, Alex Hughes.

Did Not Start: E.J. Gallup.

Cool Stuff Antiques Four Cylinder Feature Finish (15 laps): JUSTIN POPE (DOHC), Corey Valade, Rich Wagner, Kevin Greenfield, Donald Kimball, Matt Buckovan, Andrew Rodriguez, TJ Marlitt (SOHC), Jean Foster, Andy Bolles.

Senior Services Inc. All-Star Slingshots Finish (20 laps): DAN SLOSEK, Brett Putnam, Gordon Smith, Tyler Vadney, Josh Persse, Tucker Jones, Scott Sprague, Eymarah Bowman.

D&S Landscaping Junior Slingshots Finish (15 laps): CORKY WARNER, Ayden Goodier, Savannah Simmons, Brody Janczuk.

SHEPPARD BACK TO VICTORY LANE AT UTICA-ROME SPEEDWAY WORTH $3,500

Written by Chris Moore

VERNON, NY – Returning to ‘Super’ form.

After a two-week hiatus, Savannah, N.Y.’s Matt Sheppard returned to Victory Lane on Friday night, claiming to ‘Dog Days of Summer’ special for the Sunoco Modifieds.

“It’s definitely a nice, normal Friday night payday,” Sheppard proclaimed in Victory Lane of the $3,500 winners share for the ‘Dog Days of Summer’ special.

Sheppard’s quest for win No. 5 of the season would start from the 12th position, while New Yorkers Adam Roberts and JaMike Sowle brought the field to the green flag.

Sowle used the outside as a launch pad to jump out the early lead, While Sheffield, Mass. star Andy Bachetti was making moves early. A yellow on lap three reset the field, and Bachetti had quickly climbed from his eighth starting position, into the top five.

When green replaced yellow, Sheppard and Sprakers, N.Y.’s Stewart Friesen quickly made their presence known. Sheppard would replace Bachetti in the top five, with Friesen knocking on Bachetti’s back door.

Another yellow presented another restart on lap five, and Vernon, N.Y.’s Willy Decker was giving Sowle all he could handle for the lead, while Sheppard got to third and Bachetti followed him into the fourth position.

Two laps later, Sheppard drove around Decker for the runner-up position and switched to the bottom as Sowle worked on the topside of the progressively banked half-mile.

One trip around the speedway later, on lap eight, Sheppard worked his way to the front and began to set sail.

Meanwhile, Friesen’s racecar began to get better, as he quickly began to pick his way through the top five. Friesen worked by Decker for fourth on lap 10, and by JaMike Sowle for third on the 12th trip around the speedway.

Lap 15 saw another yellow bring the field together, and Sheppard’s straightaway lead evaporated, with Bachetti and Friesen now on his heels.

Johnstown, N.Y.’s Rocky Warner was also showing his charge to the front, as the ‘Flying Squirrel’ had risen from his 14th starting position to sixth at the halfway point.

When the field went back to green, Friesen fell back to fourth before driving back to third and around Bachetti for the runner-up spot on lap 18. Friesen turned his attention to reeling in Sheppard.

On the 21st circuit, Sheppard nearly made a grave mistake. Working around lap traffic, Sheppard got his right rear wheel over the cushion, nearly driving off the racetrack. Sheppard collected himself, but Friesen was within four car-lengths down the back straightaway.

A lap-25 yellow once again reset the field, and setup Friesen’s best opportunity to drive by Sheppard.

When starter Joe Kriss’ green flag flew, Friesen wasted no time, throwing a slide job at Sheppard, clearing Sheppard but only for a moment. Sheppard’s momentum off the corner carried him by Friesen and back to the lead for good.

“When I saw it coming, I was able to get the car turned, and luckily I got enough traction to drive back by him,” ‘Super’ Matt Sheppard explained.

The win was Sheppard’s fifth of the season and furthered his stranglehold on the Sunoco Modified points championship.

After two consecutive wins, Friesen settled for a runner-up finish with Andy Bachetti picking up a podium finish.

Rocky Warner charged all the way to the fourth position from 14th and Altamont, N.Y.’s Brian Gleason rounded out the top five.

Middlesex, N.Y.’s Alan Johnson brought home a quiet sixth-place run, and JaMike Sowle held on to seventh. Willy Decker faded to eighth after challenging for the lead early, and Binghamton, N.Y.’s Darren Smith grabbed ninth. Bob Henry Jr. of Clay, N.Y. rounded out the top-10.

Oneida, N.Y.’s Matt Janczuk raced to his sixth win of the season in the Worthington Industries Crate 602 Sportsman feature event. Janczuk started in the 12th position but wasted no time getting to the front.

Early yellows, great restarts, and a bold move, going three-for-one off turn four gave Janczuk the lead for good on lap four. Janczuk paced the field the remaining 21-laps while the battle for second was hot and heavy.

Fultonville, N.Y.’s A.J. Miller ended up claiming the runner-up spot, while two-time winner Payton Talbot rounded out the podium. Willy Decker Jr. of Vernon, N.Y. claimed fourth and inherited the point lead with his strong run. Clay, N.Y.’s Rocco Leone rounded out the top five.

The RUSH Late Models were on hand for their second and final appearance of 2021, and Penfield, N.Y.’s Chad Homan picked up his second win of the season at the ‘Home of Heroes.’

Homan made a late race charge, and a last lap pass over hometown driver Brett Belden to pick up the win. Union Springs, N.Y.’s Chris Fleming rounded out the top three.

Schenectady, N.Y.’s Nick Stone grabbed his sixth Next Generation Graphix Pro Stocks win of the season. After an eventful heat race, where Stone finished with no front bumper and no hood, he and the crew pieced it back together to claim another win in 2021.

Grand Gorge, N.Y.’s Beau Ballard picked up another second-place finish, good enough to maintain his firm hold on the points championship lead. Fultonville, N.Y.’s Ivan Joslin claimed one of his best runs of the season, with a podium finish. Johnstown, N.Y.’s Jason Morrison grabbed the fourth position and Newport, N.Y.’s AJ Walters rounded out the top five.

Baldwinsville, N.Y.’s David Hackett Jr. claimed his second win of the season in the Fastline Performance Limited Sportsman 15-lap main. The point leader, Clayton DuMond finished second to hold a firm edge over Hackett in the points, and last week’s winner Jeremy Slosek rounded out the podium finishers.

Justin Pope remained undefeated in his Cool Stuff Antiques Four Cylinders appearances. Wayne Russell Jr. was the Single Cam portion winner of the Four Cylinder 12-lap main.

Racing resumes Friday, August 13 as Utica-Rome Speedway features ‘$5 Grandstand Admission.’ The Sunoco Modifieds headline the night, Worthington Industries Crate 602 Sportsman, Next Generation Graphix Pro Stocks, Fastline Performance Limited Sportsman, and the Cool Stuff Antiques Four Cylinders on the half-mile. The Senior Services Insurance All-Star Slingshots and D&S Landscaping Junior Slingshots will be on the inner-oval.

Gates will open at 5 p.m. and racing is set to begin at 7:30 p.m.

Utica-Rome Speedway is located at 5591 NY-5 (Seneca Turnpike) Vernon, NY 13476. The official website is www.uticaromespeedway.com.  Like Utica-Rome Speedway on Facebook or @UR_Speedway.

DOG DAYS OF SUMMER SPECIAL – UTICA-ROME SPEEDWAY AUGUST 6, 2021

Sunoco Modified Feature Finish (30 laps): MATT SHEPPARD, Stewart Friesen, Andy Bachetti, Rocky Warner, Brian Gleason, Alan Johnson, JaMike Sowle, Willy Decker, Darren Smith, Bob Henry Jr., Shaun Walker, David Schilling, Zack Payne, Randy Shantel, Marshall Hurd, Ricky Davis III, Adam Roberts, Sean Beardsley, Rich Christman, CJ Castelletti, Jim Walsh, Vincent Visconti, Tim Mayne, Aaron Jacobs.

Worthington Industries Crate 602 Sportsman Feature Finish (25 laps): MATT JANCZUK, AJ Miller, Payton Talbot, Willy Decker Jr., Rocco Leone, Tanner Warner, Shawn Frost, Addison Bowman, Jeremiah Munson, Chip Constantino, Ed Lukas, Brian Murphy, Will Shields, Richie Riggs, David Manchester, Tim Falter, Dave Richer, Kurtis Hohensheldt, Nick Stone, Ed Downing, Mike Grover, Dana Camenga, Anthony Cardamone, Dylan Eldred, Steve Kotary, Chris Stockham, Allan Hodge, Brian Calabrese.

Did Not Start: Pat Nolan, John Baker, Kyle DeMetro, Ted Starr.

RUSH Late Models Feature Finish (20 laps): CHAD HOMAN, Brett Belden, Chris Fleming, Sean Beardsley, Harry Holiday, Austin Allen, Todd Chapman.

Next Generation Grafix Pro Stock Feature Finish (20 laps): NICK STONE, Beau Ballard, Ivan Joslin, Jason Morrison, AJ Walters, Bill Knapp, Mike Kazlauskas, Ed Kotary, Jim Normoyle, Chuck McSpirit, Jerry Streeter, Tim Wood, John Holmes, Aaron Page, Brian Wesseldine.

Did Not Start: Travis Welch.

Fastline Performance Limited Sportsman Feature Finish (15 laps): DAVID HACKETT JR., Clayton DuMond, Jeremy Slosek, Matt Backus, Eric Jensen, Alex Hughes, Alexis Jacobs, Ernie Staelens, Jason Lopes, Amber Jacobs.

Cool Stuff Antiques Four Cylinder Feature Finish (15 laps): JUSTIN POPE (DOHC), Corey Valade, Shawn Hemstreet, Donald Kimball, Matt Buckovan, Wayne Russell Jr. (SOHC), Andrew Rodriguez, AJ Van Hoesen, Dale Van Allen, Rudy King Jr., PJ Bleau, TJ Marlitt.

Disqualified: Jean Foster.