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Riverhead, NY Aug. 6th

Despite being under the weather during the week, Dylan Slepian of Dix Hills felt just fine Saturday at Riverhead Raceway once strapped into his NASCAR Modified. He felt even better at the end of 50-laps after executing a late race outside pass of Jack Handley Jr. of Medford to score his second win of the season. In the companion Sare Sylvester Memorial INEX Legend Race Car National Qualifier controversy reined after four of the top five finishers were DQ’D in post race tech. Cam Bolin of Sharon, NC who crossed the line second was declared the race winner, his third win in as many starts at Riverhead. An astounding 170 cars took part in the action Saturday.

Eric Zeh and Chris Turbush brought the 18-car NASCAR Modified field to green and it didn’t take long for the fireworks. Exiting the fourth turn to complete the first lap Zeh moved up to make Turbush uncomfortable on the outside leaving the inside lane wide open. Seeing that Jason Agugliaro shot the gap under Zeh and Turbush and the trio raced three wide into the first turn. By the time they got to turn three Zeh and Turbush wound up in a pile damaging the exit gate and were done for the night. When told he had to go to the rear for his role Agugliaro withdrew from the race. When the race resumed Jack Handley Jr. who started fourth raced out to the lead with Justin Brown in pursuit, both drivers seeking their first career win. Brown soon came under pressure from Dylan Slepian who sliced his way through the pack from the 10th starting berth and on lap 15 Slepian was able to pass Brown for position.

Once to second Slepian had to first work on getting to leader Handley which he did and then master a plan of attack. Handley was doing a masterful job while leading of protecting the bottom letting Dylan know if he was going to get by it would be to the outside. Slepian however kept looking low off the corners as his way by for the lead but now the laps were dwindling down. Then with five laps remaining Slepian changed his plan of attack and moved to the outside. It took a lap or two before Slepian was able to gain enough of a run to Handley’s outside but final on lap 46 exiting the second turn Slepian took the long way around Handley for the race lead by the time lap 47 was started.

Over the final three laps Dylan Slepian kept his Eastport Feeds Chevy out front for the victory, the 6th of his career. “That kid (Handley) is a talented racer, his day is coming” Slepian boasted in the winners circle, “we had a great, clean and fun race, I thought I could get him to the inside but Jack, like he should protected the bottom, so outside I went”. Dylan unable to get to the race shop during the week heaped praise on his crew, “I wasn’t able to be with Rob and the guys this week but the carried on and here we are, can’t thank them all enough”.

Jack Handley Jr. was runner-up in the Hydro Action Chevy, while Justin Brown of Manorville was third in the Kennedy L.I. Realty Chevy. Chris Young of Calverton and Roger Turbush of Riverhead were fourth and fifth.

Cam Colin #86 winner of the Sara Sylvester 50 for the INEX Legends August 6th, 2022. Michael Jaworecki/Myracenews

The Sara Sylvester Memorial 50 INEX Legend Race Car National Qualifier was a barn burner on the track but even hotter in post race inspection two hours after the race. Jason Castaldo of Shirley was the quickest in qualifying with a lap of 13.466 and proceeded to lead all 50-laps of the race, at times under heavy attack. Among those throwing heat Castaldo’s way were Ray Fitzgerald, Mike Alcaro and lastly Cam Bolin. It was Bolin who gave Castaldo his biggest challenge of the race but Jason was equal to the task and appeared to have won the biggest race of his career. However in post race tech the springs of the top five were under scrutiny and four of the top five, including winner Jason Castaldo were found with unapproved springs. Others were George Tomko Jr., Joey Braun and Fitzgerald. Cam Bolin in the Benimax Trucking entry was declared the race winner, a win worth well over $1,000 once all the lap and bonus money are recalculated after the disqualifications. Eric Hersey of Commack was second in the Grillin’ Villain machine with Richie Davidowitz of East Moriches third in the Hampton Fleet Service entry.

Crate Modified winner Vinny Delaney August 6th, 2022, MIchael Jaworecki/Myracenews.

For the second time in three weeks Vinny Delaney of Islip Terrace scored the win in the 25-lap Crate Modified feature event but this win came in perhaps the closest finish ever at the track. Just days after losing his Figure Eight crew chief Rick Swanson and having been close with Sara Sylvester, Delaney was a man on a mission. Vinny, starting from the pole shot to the early race lead chased early on by Alex Colasanto. On lap 5 Chris Rogers who started 5th on the grid worked his way by Colasanto and moved in on leader Delaney. Over the final 21 laps Delaney and Rogers treated the fans to a torrid side by side at time fight for the win. Rogers actually led laps 11 & 12 but a double file restart on that 12th lap allowed Delaney to move back to the lead. Over the final 13 laps of the tilt it was the Vinny & Chris show, racing side by side more often than not including the final lap of the race. As the duo exited the fourth turn they were in a virtual dead heat and remained in that formation until the checker flag. To the naked eye it was too close to call, but in the day of electronic transponder scoring Vinny Delaney in the Stakey’s Pumpkin Farm Chevy winning by .002 on the transponder. It perhaps was the closest finish in the history of Riverhead Raceway. Chris Rogers of Patchogue was runner-up in the MMC Construction Chevy, while Chase Grennan of Glen Cove watched it all from third, where he would finish in the Black Forest Auto Works Chevy.

Blunderbust winner Tom “Fred” Sullivan August 6th, 2022. Michael Jaworecki/Myracenews

Just seven weeks removed from heart surgery veteran Tom Sullivan of Massapequa was in the right place at the right time to win a wild 20-lap Blunderbust feature event.Five lead changes unfolded during the race that with two drivers penalized during the event for rough riding. With two laps to go Jim Laird Jr., who was made to give a spot back earlier in the race found himself the race leader with defending champion Cody Triola hot on his heels. Triola would get into Laird spinning the leader and he was sent to the rear with Laird. That turn of events put the Island Trees Automotive Chevy of Tom Sullivan into the lead for a green, white & checker finish with Sullivan with a new valve in his heart driving to victory. Bill Wegmann Jr, of Patchogue was runner-up in the Crackerjack Auto Stores racer while Preston Bores of Hendersonville, Tn. was third in the Relle Electric Chevy.

Super Pro truck winner Jack Handley Jr. August 6th, 2022. Michael Jaworecki/Myracenews

Another closely contested race was the 20-lap Super Pro Truck event with defending champion Jack Handley Jr coming out on top after a torrid late race battle with Sean Glennon of Northport. Joe Cerabino raced to the early lead with Ethan Brown second. Early on Cerabino got away from Brown and the rest of the field but just as the race hit halfway Lou Maestri and Mark Stewart got together on lap 10, bunching up the fiel for the restart. That brought Sean Glennon who started the race from 8th into the mix and when the race resumed he made an inside pass of Cerabino on the front stretch for the race lead on lap 12. One lap later Jack Handley who started 7th got by Cerabino for second and the race was on. Glennon and Handley went toe to toe and on lap 16 Handley was able to work his way to the lead with Glennon now the challenger. Sean went to work trying to reclaim his lead and the duo ran a hard fought but clean race for the gold. Jack Handley Jr. in the River Walk Bar & Grill Chevy was the race winner, while Sean Glennon of Northport settled for second in his LTE Drainage Chevy. Early leader Joe Cerabino of Bay Shore was third in the Lighthouse Propane entry.

Ben Morabito of Miller Place won his first career home race at Riverhead Raceway when he drove the Benimax Trucking Bandolero Bandit to victory in a 15-lap contest. Morabito took the lead on lap 2 from newcomer Phllip Alaimo and had to hold off a hard pressing Rodney Dowless Jr. of Dix Hills who finished second in his sponsor wanted Bando. Darren Krantz Jr. of Huntington was third in the Pinktie.org racer.

Chevy Rommeney of Bohemia won his third Bandolero Outlaw race of the season as he dominated their 15-lap feature. Julianna Kramer led the first lap before Rommeney moved to the lead in his Hollis Court Collision machine. Once out front Rommeney never looked back earning his 5th career win. Will Sipala of Manorville was second in the Riteway Auto mount with Gavin Romano of Riverhead third in the Mil-Aero Solutions entry.

Jarrett Campbell of Yaphank won his second Truck Enduro of 2022 when he topped their 30-lap contest. Campbell in the Lake Masonry Sullies Chevy took the lead on lap 9 and stayed out front for the rest of the race. Phil LaManna of Smithtown was second in the EP Milling & Sweeping S-10 while Mariah Lawrence of Southampton recovered from an early race spin for third place honors in the Unique Golf truck.,

For the second time in 72-hours Joey Palmeri Jr of Lindenhurst sat in victory lane at the end of the 40-lap Gut & Go 4/6-Cylinder Enduro in his J&J Towing sled. Joe Warren Jr. of Ridge was second in the MSM Motorsports entry while Chris Olivari of Coram crossed the line third.

NASCAR Modifieds: 1. Dylan Slepian 2. Jack Handley Jr. 3. Justin Brown 4. Chris Young 5. Roger Turbush 6. Kyle Soper 7. Michael Rutkoski 8. Dave Brigati 9. Jeff Goodale 10. John Beatty Jr. 11. Chris Rogers 12. Artie Pedersen III 13. Allan Pedersen 14. Glen Steger 15. Brian Brown 16. Eric Xeh 17. Chris Turbush 18. Jason Agugliaro

Crate Modifieds 1. Vinny Delaney 2. Chris Rogers 3. Chase Grennan 4. Kyle Ellwood 5. Eric Hersey 6. Terry Stiles 7. Alex Colasanto 8. AJ DeSantis 9. Owen Grennan 10. Michael Rutkoski 11. Mike Albasini 12. Michael Berner 13. Dennis Krupski 14. Charles Macwhinnie 15. Mark Wolf 16. DJ Doyle 17. Scott Denis 18. Max Handley

Blunderbusts: 1. Tom Sullivan 2. Bill Wegmann Jr. 3. Preston Bores 4. Bill Wegmann Sr. 5. Eddie Diaz 6. Cody Triola 7. Brandon Hubbard 8. AJ DeSantis 9. Jim Laird Jr. 10. Tom Puccia 11. Gary Caldwell DNS-Brad Bess

Super Pro Trucks: 1. Jack Handley Jr. 2. Sean Glennon 3. Joe Cerabino 4. Frank Dumicich Sr. 5. Lou Maestri 6. Ethan Brown 7. Mark Stewart 8. Matt McGrath 9. Rob Corwin 10. Liam Patrick 11. Matt Triola 11. Daniel Creegan

Legend Race Cars: 1. Cam Bolin 2. Eric Hersey 3. Richie Davidowitz 4. Jeff Farruggia Jr. 5. Nick Morabito 6. Anthony Marsh 7. Mike Benton 8. Anthony Colandro 9. Jim Sylvester 10. Joe Costello 11. Brad Van Houten 12. Mike Van Houten Jr. 13. Ray Stulz 14. Chris Sinatro 15. Mike Alcaro 16. Chase Van Houten 17. Jake Curran 18. Riely O’Keefe 19. Landon Rapp 20. Charlie Hodge 21. Zach Martinez 22. Ryan Lutz DQ- Jason Castaldo, George Tomko Jr., Joey Braun & Ray Fitzgerald

Bandolero Bandits: 1. Ben Morabito 2. Rodney Dowless Jr. 3. Darren Krantz Jr. 4. Phillip Alaimo 5. Kix Bock 6. Nick Hodge 7. Giavanna Agugliaro 8. Carson Cauble 9. Reid Halpin 10. Jordan Ryan 11. Brooke Meyer 12. Emmett Grattan 13. Nora Schelin 14. Aiden Pelis

Bandolero Outlaws: 1. Chevy Rommeney 2. Will Sipala 3. Gavin Romano 4. Tucker Bock 5. Jayden Owens-Bader 6. Julianna Kramer 7. Hayle Denis 8. Marissa Stewart

Truck Enduro: 1. Jarrett Campbell 2. Phil LaManna 3. Mariah Lawrence 4. Gary Voight 5. Woot Lawrence 6. Dusty Cole 7. Kerry Botts 8. Jackie Germuth 9. Chris Grover 10. Brandon LaManna 11. Steve Reisert 12. Whitney Williams 13. Danielle Cohen 14. Chloe Phillips 15. Jennifer Hohwiesner 16. Kayla Kelly 17. Hallie Campo 18. Nikki Giordano 19. Mark Russo 20. Emily Hubbard 21. Tom Sullivan

Gut & Go Enduro: 1. Joey Palmeri Jr. 2. Joe Warren Jr. 3. Chris Olivari 4. Frank Raynor 5. John Palmeri 6. Peter Verwys Jr. 7. Chris Constantine 8. Rob Izzo 9. David Olivari 10. Franky Abbatiello 11. Patrick Collins Jr. 12. Patrick McGay 13. Robert Jett 14. Anthony Paretta 15. David Duran 16. Ally Turbush 17. Michael Sheridan 18. Will Raynor 19. Kevin Coyle 20. Sean Neenan 21. Andy Earnharht 22. Mark Raynor 23. Jessie Haaar 24. Jeremy Rand 25. Zach Tyler 26. Charles Astacio 27. Zachary Moritz 28. Tyler Pasquale 29. Nick Johnson

More Laps, More Cash on Tap for Epic Thompson Speedway Mid-Week Doubleheader

Photo: Tom Morris Racing Photography

Barre, VT and Naples, ME ­— Officials from the American-Canadian Tour (ACT) and Pro All Stars Series (PASS) have announced the full schedule of events for the epic Thompson Speedway mid-week Doubleheader on Tuesday, August 16th and Wednesday August 17th. Twisted Tea Tuesday will feature twin-50 lap special events for the Sunoco Modifieds and a Street Stock/Limited Sportsman Open along with Night #1 of the new SK Lite Modified Double Down Showdown, a $300-to-Win Mini Stock feature and Fireworks to cap the night! Wednesday brings the return of the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour for the Phoenix Communications 150 along with Night #2 of the SK Lite Double Down Showdown with ACT-type Late Models and Limited Sportsman.

The Twisted Tea Tuesday Night Special is headlined by the $3,000-to-Win Sunoco Modified 50 Lap barnburner with Sunoco Modified Masters Keith Rocco, Todd Owen and Stephen Kopcik expected to bring down the house in the extra distance, extra money extravaganza. The Sunoco Modified 50-lap purse also features a $1,500 prize for the second-place finisher, $1,200 to third and $400 to start. Also on the docket will be a $1,500-to-Win, 50-lap Street Stock Open Competition event as the local Limited Sportsman defend their home turf from New England Street Stock invaders for the long-distance cash prize.

As if two specials weren’t enough, the SK Lites are on schedule with an all-new Double Down Showdown – 30-Lap feature events on both Tuesday and Wednesday of the Midweek Doubleheader, each paying $750-to-Win, double the normal weekly purse for the SK Lites! The fast and furious Thompson Mini Stocks will also be featured on the Twisted Tea Tuesday schedule with a $300-to-Win, 25-lap feature as Kevin Moore leads the war over defending champion Jared Roy. An epic Fireworks presentation will round out Night #1! Pit Gates will open at 3:00pm with Grandstands Open and Practice Starting at 5:00pm Tuesday. Post Time is set for 7:00pm with General Admission set at $25 for adults, $10 for kids 6-12 and kids 5 and under are free.

Wednesday, August 17th brings the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour back to Northeast Connecticut for the Phoenix Communications 150! Alongside the Touring Modified stars will be the Championship event for the SK Lite Modified Double Down Showdown with another $750 at stake for the winner. There is also a $1,000 Point Fund for the top three SK Lites who total the most points in the two 30-Lap events with $500 going to the Double Down Showdown Champion, $300 to the runner up and $200 to the third-place finisher in final points.

Wednesday will also feature the ACT-type Late Models and Thompson Limited Sportsman as they continue their 2022 Track Championship battles for the large crowd expected to witness the return of the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour! Full race day schedule will be released upon confirmation from NASCAR. General Admission is set at $40 for adults, $15 for kids 6-12 and kids 5 and under are free!

Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park returns in a big way on Tuesday, August 16th and Wednesday, August 17th for an epic midweek doubleheader. Twisted Tea Tuesday sees four special events with a $3,000-to-Win 50-lap event for the Sunoco Modifieds, $1,500-to-Win 50-lap Street Stock Open, Night #1 of the $750-to-Win SK Lite Double Down Showdown, $300-to-Win 25-lapper for the Thompson Mini Stocks and Fireworks! Wednesday brings the return of the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Phoenix Communications 150 along with Championship Night for the SK Lite Double Down Showdown, with $500 going to the champion, ACT-type Late Models and Limited Sportsman.

Pit Gates open on Tuesday at 3:00pm with Pit Passes set at $45 for adults and $20 for kids 12 and under. Practice begins at 5:00pm with Post Time set for 7:00pm. Tuesday General Admission is $25 for adults, $10 for kids 6-12 with kids 5 and under free! Grandstands will open at 5:00pm. While Wednesday’s schedule will be announced after confirmation from NASCAR, Pit Passes will be $50 for adults and $25 for kids 12 and under. Wednesday General Admission is set at $40 for adults, $15 for kids 6-12 with kids 5 and under free!

For more information about the American-Canadian Tour, contact the ACT offices at (802) 244-6963, media@acttour.com, or visit www.acttour.com.  You can also get updates on Facebook and Twitter at @ACTTour.

For technical information concerning all PASS divisions, and for media or marketing questions, please contact passracing@roadrunner.com or visit www.proallstarsseries.com. Don’t forget to “Like” the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow on Twitter @PASSSLM14 to keep up with breaking news as it happens.

For general Thompson Speedway inquiries, call (860) 923-2280, email oval@thompsonspeedway.com, or visit www.thompsonspeedway.com. You can follow Thompson Speedway on Facebook and Instagram at @ThompsonSpeedway or on Twitter at @ThompsonSpdwy.

9 for the 9s: Matt Sheppard Romps from 12th to Win Ninth Utica-Rome Feature

Written by Chris Moore

VERNON, NY – 9 for the 9s.

For the ninth time this season, Matt Sheppard invaded Victory Lane at Utica-Rome Speedway with the Sunoco Modifieds.

Sheppard raced from his 12th starting spot to take the lead away on the fourth circuit of the 30-lap main, leading the remaining 26 laps for a dominant victory and the $2,400 top prize.

“The seas don’t always part like that but when they do, we’ll definitely take it,” proclaimed Sheppard of his rapid charge to the lead.

“We were able to get out front and I don’t think there were any more cautions, things definitely went our way tonight,” Sheppard said of his dominant performance.

York, N.Y.’s Justin Wright and Nick Heywood, of Plattsburgh, N.Y., led the field to the green flag for the 30-lap main event. Wright quickly raced out to the top spot, while Heywood was under fire from Genoa, N.Y.’s Pat Ward for the runner-up spot.

Ward slid by Heywood just prior to the completion of lap two before a yellow flag fell for Richie Price, who had spun in the first and second corner.

Sheppard used the opening two laps to dice through the field, working his way into the fifth position before the caution came out. Sheppard used the inside line race by the likes of Billy Decker, Alex Yankowski, and Alan Barker to crack the top five just prior to the caution.

The ensuing restart, Sheppard found the bottom lane again forcing a three-wide fight for second down the backstretch with Ward and Binghamton, N.Y.’s Darren Smith.

Sheppard would muscle the spot away going into the third corner and set his sights on the leader Justin Wright.

Wright led the third lap, but that was the only challenge he could muster up. Sheppard raced to the bottom of the first turn and darted underneath Wright, taking the lead away when the field exited the second turn.

A yellow flew again on the sixth lap, as Brian Murphy was spun in the wrong direction over the third turn banking.

Sheppard, however, was too strong, quickly pulling out in front and driving away from the rest of the field.

Sheppard dominated the remainder of the feature, claiming the win by over seven-and-a-half seconds.

Unadilla, N.Y.’s Billy Decker raced into the runner-up spot aboard the Jeremy Smith Racing No. 91 machine. At one point it appeared as though Decker might have something to offer Sheppard for the win, but Decker was never able to get close enough to challenge the eventual victor.

Gloversville, N.Y.’s Rocky Warner continued his recent hot streak with a third-place finish in his Jason Simmons Racing No. 98. The podium run was Warner’s third consecutive finish inside the top three at Utica-Rome Speedway.

Sprakers, N.Y.’s Stewart Friesen battled in the back half of the top-10 for much of the 30-lap feature before a late race charge rewarded him with a fourth-place finish.

Darren Smith, Decker’s teammate, rounded out the top five piloting his Jeremy Smith-owned No. 12 machine.

Finishing sixth through 10th, respectively were: Pat Ward, who lost multiple positions on the lap-six restart before charging back forward to finish sixth; Middlesex, N.Y.’s Alan Johnson aboard his Mark Spoor-owned No. 14j; Justin Wright, who also lost multiple positions on the lap-six restart before climbing his way forward again; Covington Township, Pa.’s Alex Yankowski, who was as high as fourth at one point; and Canandaigua, N.Y.’s Kyle Coffey in his Carl Myers Enterprises No. 23c.

Fonda, N.Y.’s Danny Varin remained perfect in 360 Sprint Car competition at Utica-Rome Speedway in 2022, claiming the 25-lap Lucas Oil Empire Sprint Series (ESS) A-Main.

After the yellow flag at the completion of lap two, Varin would restart fourth with Kelly Hebing and Jordan Poirier occupying the front row.

With a great restart however, Varin split the front row, and slid up in front of Hebing and charged off the second corner with the lead.

Despite Poirier beginning to close in on Varin during two longer green-flag runs, he was never able to seriously challenge for the lead.

Varin led the final 23-laps relatively uncontested to claim his third 360 Sprint Car win of the season at the ‘Home of Heroes,’ and his second ESS win at the speedway.

Quebec’s Jordan Poirier, the ESS point leader entering the night, came home with a runner-up finish and Shawn Donath, of Syracuse, N.Y., rounded out the podium finishers after starting in the sixth row.

Cicero, N.Y.’s Paulie Colagiovanni claimed the fourth position and Wantage, N.J.’s Davie Franek rounded out the top five.

Matt Janczuk continues his domination of the Worthington Industries Crate 602 Sportsman, claiming his seventh consecutive victory worth $1,000.

Durhamville, N.Y. native used multiple restarts, taking advantage of each one to pick off more cars. Janczuk climbed from his 17th starting position to get to second. It appeared Janczuk would settle for second, as Willy Decker Jr. was setting the pace by a healthy advantage.

A lap-21 restart gave Janczuk the opening he needed, racing to the outside of Decker Jr. to take the lead and the win.

Rome, N.Y.’s Chris Mackey would claim the runner-up position and 

South New Berlin, N.Y.’s Payton Talbot used a late race charge to round out the podium.

Vernon, N.Y.’s Willy Decker Jr. faded to fourth in the late stages and Morrisville, N.Y.’s Matt Richardson rounded out the top five.

Fort Johnson, N.Y.’s Josh Coonradt claimed his second consecutive Next Generation Graphix Pro Stocks victory, the second time this season Coonradt has gone back-to-back.

Coonradt raced by Bret Belden and Bill Knapp just shy of the halfway mark and went on to win by over seven seconds over the rest of the field.

Newport, N.Y.’s A.J. Walters had his best run of the season, coming home second, and Bret Belden rounded out the top three.

E.J. Gallup joined Coonradt in the back-to-back department, claiming his second consecutive Fastline Performance Limited Sportsman 15-lap victory. Gallup used a last-lap pass to get Eric Jensen for the win.

Jensen held on for the runner-up position and point leader Seth Martin rounded out the top three.

The Fonda Fair Four Cylinders saw two first-time winners in 2022 on Friday night. David DeNova (DOHC) started on the front row and led all 12-laps to claim the victory.

T.J. Marlitt outdueled Wayne Russell Jr. for the Single Cam win.

Racing resumes Friday, August 12 at Utica-Rome Speedway with the ‘Dog Days of Summer’ program. The Sunoco Modifieds will race for a boosted $3,500 winners share. A full program is on tap plus the slingshots on the inner oval.

Utica-Rome Speedway is located at 5591 NY-5 (Seneca Turnpike) Vernon, NY 13476. The official website is www.uticaromespeedway.com and can be reached by phone at 315.953.4097.  Like Utica-Rome Speedway on Facebook or follow us on Twitter @UR_Speedway.


Sunoco Modified Feature Finish (30 laps): MATT SHEPPARD, Billy Decker, Rocky Warner, Stewart Friesen, Darren Smith, Pat Ward, Alan Johnson, Justin Wright, Alex Yankowski, Kyle Coffey, Willy Decker, Shaun Walker, Jessica Friesen, JaMike Sowle, Alan Barker, Will Shields, Randy Shantel, Brian Murphy, Loren Lincoln, Tim Mayne, Nick Heywood, Rich Price, Aaron Jacobs, Ronnie Johnson, Brad Poppleton.

Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints 360 Sprint Car Feature Finish (25 laps): DANNY VARIN, Jordan Poirier, Shawn Donath, Paulie Colagiovanni, Davie Franek, Chuck Hebing, Dylan Swiernik, Matt Billings, Jason Barney, Dalton Rombough, Sammy Reakes IV, Jonathan Preston, Scott Holcomb, Scott Kruetter, Chris Jones, Lacey Hanson, Tyler Cartier, Kelly Hebing, Matt Tanner, Billy Van Inwegen, Steve Glover, Blake Warner, Josh Pieniazek, Chad Miller.

Did Not Start: Jeff Cook, Joe Trenca

Worthington Industries Crate 602 Sportsman Feature Finish (25 laps): MATT JANCZUK, Chris Mackey, Payton Talbot, Willy Decker Jr., Matt Richardson, Rocco Leone, Allan Hodge, Ed Lukas, Jeremy Slosek, Kyle DeMetro, Mike Richmond, David Hackett Jr., Stephen Denton, A.J. Miller, Addison Bowman, Gordon Smith, Josh Fellows, Brent Cross, Steve Kotary, Dave Richer, Brad Alger, Josh Amodio, Ed Downing, David Dickey, Jim Nagle, Brent Joy.

Next Generation Graphix Pro Stock Feature Finish (20 laps): JOSH COONRADT, A.J. Walters, Bret Belden, Beau Ballard, Bill Knapp, Jay Corbin, Jason Morrison, Tim Wood, John Holmes, Ed Kotary, Jim Normoyle, Ken Griffen.

Fastline Performance Limited Sportsman Feature Finish (20 laps): E.J. GALLUP, Eric Jensen, Seth Martin, Zack Welch, Connor Prokop, Alex Hughes, Dylan Piersall, Bobby Newman, Mike Haman, Ernie Staelens.

Did Not Start: Jason Lopes

Fonda Fair Four Cylinder Cruiser Feature Finish (12 laps): DAVID DENOVA (DOHC), Rudy King Jr., Matt Bukovan, Sophia DeNova, Heather King, T.J. Marlitt (SOHC), Wayne Russell Jr., Hunter Tarbania, Donald Kimball, Hank Wedgren, Jacob Kimball, Kyle Coley.