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Written by Kristin Flory.

For Immediate Release
Orrville, Ohio
By Mike Swanger
A meeting to go over all the information concerning the new Rush Crate Late Model Series that will race in 2015 at NAPA WCS will be held at the Creston Community Center on Sunday, January 11, 2015 at 1 pm. Rush Series Director Vicki Emig, Competition Director Travis Harry, Authorized Engine Rebuilder Mike Ingram along with a Representative from Hoosier Tire will be on hand to explain all the rules and perks of the Series. Drivers that are planning on running the new Crate Late Model Series should be at the meeting plus any other drivers who want more information are welcome to attend. A couple of drivers already competing at other tracks may be at the meeting to give their comments on the Series.
Season Tickets are now on sale with General Admission tickets costing $200 and Pit Pass tickets at $400. Checks can be sent to: WCS, 209 Pine St. Creston, Ohio 44217. These prices are good until February 1, 2015
Rule changes for the Super Stocks are posted on the website as are the rules for the new Flat Track Karts that will race at NAPA WCS this season.
The 2015 NAPA Wayne County Speedway schedule that will include visits by the Renegade Sprints and the BOSS non wing Sprints will be released in a couple of weeks.
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Sept. 20th. 2014 Results

Written by Mike Swanger.

Orrville, Ohio
Saturday, September 20, 2014
By Mike Swanger
Over 170 racing vehicles signed in to participate in the 2nd annual Dirt Blow out sponsored by DJ’s Directional Sevices at NAPA Wayne County Speedway Saturday night. The Renegades of Dirt Modifieds made their second appearance of the season to the 3/8 mile dirt track and for the second time this year, Mooresville NC driver Kyle Strickler went home with the win. Grabbing the lead from the outside front row at the drop of the green flag, the High Side Race Cars, Donaldson Grinding, and Ti Lube #8s would lead all the way in the 30 lap main. Fast Qualifier Rich Michael Jr. challenged early on but could not stay with Strickler. Only two caution flags would fly during therace and both came just as the leaders were getting ready to start lapping cars which really helped Strickler who had a clear track on both restarts. Jesse Wisecarver ran third but had to hold off a late run by Taylor Cook as Rick Aukland took fifth. Michael Jr., Strickler and Anthony Kinkade topped the heats as Craig Wolford was the last chance winner.
A multi car mishap just past the flagstand at the start of the Lias Tire Late Model feature would eliminate DJ Cline, Rick Mardis, Jerry Aber and last chance winner Rocky Owens from the field. On the restart, it was a back and forth battle between the front row starters of Rick Armstrong and Ashland’s Ryan Markham for the first three laps with quick timer Charlie Duncan right behind. Armstrong bobbled in turn two on lap seven and that allowed both Duncan and JR Gentry to slip past. Gentry would slow the action down after bouncing off the guardrail in turn two on lap 11, ending his night. With the green back out, Duncan would make a strong run on Track Champion Markham but the H & T Demolition, Accu Shock and Fultz Fabrication #5m would stave off the challenge and pull away for his 7th win this season. Keith Berner, who is retiring from racing after 40 years, made a run on Duncan during the last two laps but finished third. Aussie David Doherty started 14th and motored up to take 4th as Brad Malcuit took fifth. Heat winners were Shane McLoughlin, Berner and Markham.
A pair of #9’s would bring the Fisher Performance Sprints to the green flag with Fredricksburg’s Dean Jacobs taking the point from Jimmy Colvin. Track Champ Brad Haudenschild would take second from Colvin on lap 8 and chased down Jacobs. Haudenschild would slide past Jacobs during lap 18 but before the lap was completed, the caution was thrown for a spinning Shawn Hubler. From that point on, the Harbach Electronics, Hochstetler Truck and Auto Repair, and Mac & Bob’s Towing of Jacobs held off Haudenschild on the restart of the last lap following a caution flag to pick up his 1st win at NAPA WCS. Despite doing a 360 spin and dropping back to ninth on lap two, Danny Mumaw roared back and passed fast qualifier Andrew Palker on the last lap for third. Mitch Harble filled out the top five. Mumaw and Jamie Myers scored the heat wins.
Mansfield’s Bob Daugherty and Nick Smith dueled for the lead in opening laps of the Thrifty Muffler Super Stock feature but after several cautions early in the race, the last half of the feature was caution free and Daugherty and his Char’s Cars, Metz Machine Shop, and  KA Recovery #21d just kept expanding his lead on the way to his 4th win of the season. Smith was able to hold off Gary Hensel Jr. in the closing laps for second as Don Baney and fast qualifier and Track Champion Larry Baldwin rounded out the top five. Baldwin, Smith and Mitch Caskey collected the heat wind as Don Rutt claimed the last chance win.
Doug Hensel set the pace for the first eight circuits of the WQKT Mini Stock feature but the mechanical bug bit him and Track Champ Brad Hensel took over and went on to post his ninth win aboard the Wooster based, Sportsmans Bar and DJ’s Directional Services #28. Gary Hensel Jr and Jason St. John went tooth and nail for second and third, finishing in that order. Ron Hamlin and Jerry Adkins finished fourth and fifth. Adkins and Gary Hensel Jr. led the way in the heats.
Cousin’s Zoe Stafford and Braxton Wilson topped the NAPA Mini Wedge heat races and then Stafford would lead the first 6 laps of the feature but slower wedge’s allowed Wilson to take the point on the next lap but he was slowed by slower wedges and Stafford was able to get back by on lap eight and the Coshocton youngster put the Flint Run Valley Farms, Coshocton Trucking and Dobby’s Hauling #31 in victory lane. Wilson finished second as Track Champion Robbie Ledger took third followed by Matthew Moore and Jolene Voshel. After their feature, the top ten were awarded their season long points award trophy’s with Billy Dawson second followed by Moore, Caitlin Johnson, Tanner McLoughlin, Cody Stillion, Voshel, Lucas Thomas, Wilson and Stafford.
Rod Jones and his #820 machine led flag to flag to claim the Mod Lite feature as Doug Stanley moved past Brian Stuhldreher on lap seven for second. Joe Burkhead finished fourth with Brandon Shaw collecting fifth. Stuhldreher and Jones won the heat races.
Galena’s Rolly Heyder, driving the Jack Maxton Chevrolet #10, made the pass on Tyler Bertran at the right time, which was the halfway mark because the skies let loose with rain and although it was a quick shower, before the track was back to raceable, another shower hit, ending the night. Travis Winterringer, Jerry Gardner and Tom Garlick were top five finishers. Bertran was the heat winner.
Results for the Box Stock and Stock Go Karts that ran on the Wedge track, were unavailable.
Saturday, September 20, 2014
Fast Qualifier   Rich Michaels Jr.   18.907
Heat 1   Rich Michaels, Jesse Wisecarver, Aaron Scott, Tyler Nicely, Kyle Brown, Mark Dickson, Rory Reed, Ernie Scott, Aaron Prater
Heat 2   Kyle Strickler, Rick Aukland, Travis Dickson, DJ Cline, Tyler Evans, Craig Wolford, Kevin Miller, Scott Jones, Jim Cochran
Heat 3   Anthony Kinkade, Taylor Cook, Kevin Morehouse, Nathan Loney, Robbie Evans, Dan Davies, Mike Conkle, Bruce Miller
‘B’ Main   Craig Wolford, Dan Davies, Mark Dickson, Kevin Miller, Rory Reed, Bruce Miller, Ernie Scott, Aaron Prater, Jim Cochran, Scott Jones, Mike Conkle
Feature    Kyle Strickler, Rich Michael Jr., Jesse Wisecarver, Taylor Cook, Rick Aukland, Anthony Kinkade, DJ Cline, Kevin Morehouse, Travis Dickson, Dan Davies, Tyler Nicely, Kyle Brown, Mark Dickson, Kevin Miller, Tyler Evans, Robbie Evans, Nathan Loney, Mike Conkle, Aaron Scott, Craig Wolford
Fast Qualifier   Charlie Duncan   16.994
Heat 1   Shane McLoughlin, Charlie Duncan, Lauren Longbrake, Larry Bellman, DJ Cline, David Liles, Charlie Kimble, Justin Chance, Doug Kenworthy
Heat 2   Keith Berner, JR Gentry, Brad Malcuit, Rick Mardis, David Doherty, Jerry Aber, Jim Nicely, Vern Mardis, Ben Mott
Heat 3   Ryan Markham, John Bores, Rick Armstrong, Larry Kingseed, Allan Baker, Brandon Gardner, Rocky Owens, Jimmy Morey
‘B’ Main   Rocky Owens, Jim Nicely, Justin Chance, Ben Mott, Vern Mardis, Jimmy Morey, Doug Kenworthy, Charlie Kimball
Feature   Ryan Markham, Charlie Duncan, Keith Berner, David Doherty, Brad Malcuit, Shane McLoughlin, Rick Armstrong, Brandon Gardner, Lauren Longbrake, Jim Nicely, David Liles, Allan Baker, Larry Bellman, Larry Kingseed, JR Gentry, John Bores, Justin Chance, Rick Mardis, DJ Cline, Rocky Owens, Jerry Aber, Ben Mott
Fast Qualifier   Andrew Palker   14.778
Heat 1   Danny Mumaw, Brad Haudenschild, Andrew Palker, Jason Dolick, Troy Kingan, Joe Armbruster, Jeremy Shambaugh, Clay Riney, Jordan Harble (dns)
Heat 2   Jamie Myers, Dean Jacobs, Mitch Harble, Jimmy Colvin, Nick Patterson, Aaron Middaugh, Shawn Hubler, Bill Ault
Feature   Dean Jacobs, Brad Haudenschild, Danny Mumaw, Andrew Palker, Mitch Harble, Jimmy Colvin, Jason Dolick, Jamie Myers, Aaron Middaugh, Nick Patterson, Joe Armbruster, Troy Kingan, Jeremy Shambaugh, Clay Riney, Bill Ault, Shawn Hubler, Jordan Harble (dns)
Fast Qualifier   Larry Baldwin   20.272
Heat 1   Larry Baldwin, Brandon Gardner, Don Baney, Chaz O’Dell, Paul Holmes, Paul McVicker, Don Rutt, Paul Whitten, Tim Workman, Charlie Dawson (dns)
Heat 2   Nick Smith, Mike Lonas, Bob Daugherty, Tyler Nicely, Todd Sherwin, Dennis Amstutz, JC Campbell, Brad Eagle, Randy Ryan, AJ Cannon (dns)
Heat 3   Mitch Caskey, Chase Alexander,Gary Hensel Jr., Tyler Thompson, Chris Albright, #21g, Goob Grogg, Bob Chilcote, Trevor Kirsch, Todd Gallion
‘B’ Main   Don Rutt, Todd Gallion, Paul Whitten, Bob Chilcote, Tim Workman, Trevor Kirsch, Randy Ryan, JC Campbell (dns), Brad Eagle (dns), Charlie Dawson (dns), AJ Cannon (dns)  Feature   Bob Daugherty, Nick Smith, Gary Hensel Jr., Don Baney, Larry Baldwin, Chase Alexander, Chaz O’Dell, Paul Holmes, Brandon Gardner, Paul McVicker, Tyler Thompson, Chris Albright, Todd Gallion, Paul Whitten, Todd Sherwin, Dennis Amstutz, Goob Grogg, Tyler Nicely, #21g, Mitch Caskey, Mike Lonas, Don Rutt
Heat 1   Jerry Adkins, Jason St. John, Doug Hensel, Brad Hensel, Mike Rose, Ron Hamlin, Jim Burns, Elvis Conkle, Adam Kern, Johnny Bruce
Heat 2   Gary Hensel Jr., Jason Shaw, Greg Thompson, Dustin Camp, Chris Shell, Steve Crowe, Eugene Arkendurgh, Brian Tomblin, James Carter (dns), Dustin Daugherty (dns)
Feature   Brad Hensel, Gary Hensel Jr, Jason St. John, Ron Hamlin, Jerry Adkins, Dustin Camp, Chris Shell, Jim Burns, Steve Crowe, Eugene Arkenburgh, Doug Hensel, Elvis Conkle, Mike Rose, Jason Shaw, Greg Thompson, Johnny Bruce, Adam Kern (dns), James Carter (dns), Dustin Daugherty, (dns)
Heat 1   Zoe Stafford, Nick Large, Robbie Ledger, Logan Duncan, Mallorie Weiger, Evan Large, Brooklyn Wilson
Heat 2   Braxton Wilson, Colman Evans, Matthew Moore, Billy Dawson, Ryan Alm, Jolene Voshel, Caitlin Johnson
Feature   Zoe Stafford, Braxton Wilson, Robbie Ledger, Matthew Moore, Jolene Voshel, Evan Large, Nick Large, Logan Duncan, Caitlin Johnson, Mallorie Weiger, Billy Dawson, Ryan Alm, Brooklyn Wilson, Colman Evans
Heat 1   Brian Stuldreher, Doug Stanley, Joe Burkhead, John McNutt, Brandon Shaw, Joey Sisk, Steve Mix
Heat 2   Rod Jones, Nick Crider, Wayne Kintz, Larry Rhoades, Jeff Burns, Richard Bevington, Chris Logan, Braden Morey
Feature   Rod Jones,, Doug Stanley, Brian Stuldreher, Joe Burkhead, Brandon Shaw, Nick Crider, Wayne Kintz, John McNutt, Joey Sisk, Steve Mix, Larry Rhoades, Richard Bevington, Braden Morey, Chris Logan, Jeff Burns (dns)
Heat 1   Tyler Bertran, Rolly Heyder, Travis Winterringer, Jerry Gardner, Tom Garlick, Rich Holmes, John Warner, Bruce George, Dewey Powell, Derek Cordic
Feature   Rolly Heyder, Tyler Bertran, Travis Winterringer, Jerry Gardner, Tom Garlick, Dewey Powell, John Warner, Derek Cordic, Rich Holmes, Bruce George

WCS/Attica Results

Written by Mike Swanger.

Orrville, Ohio
Monday, September 1, 2014
By Mike Swanger
Being consistently good will go a long way in winning championship’s and that was the key for Ashland’s Ryan Markham as he takes the crown for the Attica Raceway Park and NAPA Wayne County Speedway’s Late Model Series. Starting the opening week-end with a fourth place finish on May 2nd in Attica and his only series win the next night at NAPA WCS, Markham would take the points lead for good following his second place finish on May 24th at the Orrville speedplant. With finishes of sixth, fourth, 15th and third in the last four races to go along with his four heat race wins, which earned him the Innovative Graphics Award for most heat race wins, no one could challenge Markham for the title and the $1500 and $200 Fultz Fabrication Gift Card.
Mike Bores’ second place finish on the last night edged him past Shane McLoughlin for second place in the series by just two points. McLoughlin finished 13th in the last feature to finish third in the points. Both Bores and McLoughlin recorded feature wins in the series but both also did not make a feature.
Larry Kingseed missed the next to last race of the series but still ended up fourth in the points with a best finish of third in the series. Missing the opening week-end, Keith Berner won the last two features to grab the fifth position in points.
Filling out the top ten were Matt Irey, John Bores, Doug Drown, Ryan Missler and JR Gentry.
Drivers will receive their awards at their home track awards banquet.
Thanks to Fultz Fabrication ( $50 feature winner, $25, 2nd and $20 for 3rd), Hoosier Tire (highest finisher on Hoosiers), American Racer (highest finisher on American Racer), VP Fuels Hard Charger Award and Summit Racing.
                                             Points     Wins     Top 3    Heat wins
  1.  Ryan Markham              391          1           3             4
  2.  Mike Bores                    344          1           2             2
  3.  Shane McLoughlin        343          1           1             1
  4.  Larry Kingseed             314           0          1              1
  5.  Keith Berner                  309          2           3             2
  6.  Matt Irey                         227          0           1             1
  7.  John Bores                    199          0           0             0
  8.  Doug Drown                  184          0           3             2
  9.  Ryan Missler                 177          0           1             1
10.  JR Gentry                      169          1           2             1

Results 8-23-14

Written by Mike Swanger.

Orrville, Ohio
Saturday, August, 23, 2014
By Mike Swanger
At the start of the night, all five of the class’ championships were pretty much locked up by each points leader just needing to start the feature to lock up the crown and four of them went out and finished the season in victory lane on Lowe’s Kid’s night and driver’s autograph night at NAPA Wayne County Speedway. For the Fisher Performance Sprints, Millersburg’s Brad Haudenschild and Danny Mumaw would start on the front row but Mumaw’s bad luck season would strike again as he went nose over tail going into turn one on the start and end up on top of the guardrail ending his night. Jeremy Aumend would break going down the front stretch on the second attempt to get the race started. The green flag was able to wave for a little more than one lap as Nick Patterson’s #23 would come to a stop in turn two for another caution. As the race was able to get an extended green flag time, Haudenschild and his Kempthorn Automall, Fire & Ice Pub and Medi Taxi #38k would open up a good lead over Chris Myers but Myers would bring out the second red flag of the race on lap 15 when he rolled over in turn one. The last ten laps would go non stop as quick timer Haudenschild would drive to his sixth win of the season to claim his first track championship. Jason Dolick would take second as he battled off Beau Stewart for that position while Shawn Hubler grabbed fourth as Aaron Middaugh placed fifth. Heat winners were Kirk Jeffries, Chris Myers and Aaron Middaugh. Troy Kingan also flipped in the 1st heat.
Charlie Duncan would take control of the Lias Tire Late Model feature from the pole position as Shane McLoughlin and Ashland’s Ryan Markham would go back and forth for second for the first five laps when Markham took second for good. Duncan would build up a big lead but Markham and his H &T Demolition, Accu Shock and Fultz Fabriacation #5m started to reel in the fast qualifier at the halfway mark and with five to go, edged past Duncan. As both drivers went into turn four on the next circuit, both cars got extremely sideways, both almost coming to a stop before getting straightened out with Markham recovering the quickest for the lead as Duncan’s machine would slow in turn two right after that to bring out the caution. All during that time, McLoughlin and JR Gentry were wheeling and dealing for third. The restart after Duncan’s caution gave McLoughlin one last shot at Markham, who held on for his sixth win of the season and collect his fifth WCS crown. Gentry’s last lap run at McLoughlin for second came up short. Rick Bond was fourth as Eric Wilson, who was driving a crate motor powered car finished fifth. McLoughlin and Markham topped the heat races.
Numerous cautions in the early laps of the Thrifty Muffler Super Stock main kept the field bunched up as Brandon Gardner and Nick Smith were the early front runners and as the field got weeded out by the cautions, that would allow quick timer and 16th starting Larry Baldwin to move up through the field and take the lead from Gardner on lap six and then drive away from the pack to park the Randolph based, Park Ford, Midas Muffler and Baldwin Motorsports #7up in victory lane for the 8th time this season and earn his first track championship. Bob Daugherty finished second as Tyler Thompson, Butch Butcher and Darrick Hubbard Jr. filled out the top five. Winning the heat races were Thompson, Daugherty and Smith.
Greg Thompson set the pace for the opening four laps of the WQKT Mini Stock feature with pole sitter Dustin Daugherty in second but 8th starting Brad Hensel of Wooster and his Sportsman’s Bar and DJ Directional Services #28 moved past Daugherty for second on lap four and then powered past Thompson on the next lap for the lead and then held Thompson off for the rest of the race to collect his 8th checkered flag of the year and securing his first track WCS championship. Daugherty finished third with Steve Crowe out racing Kevin Markey for 4th. Daugherty and Thompson notched heat race wins.
Robbie Ledger was the only points leading driver not winning a feature on Season Championship night as a four race winning streak in the middle of the season built up enough of a point lead and his 6th place finish on Saturday night was good enough to claim the NAPA Mini Wedge title. Billy Dawson would lead the first two laps but Granger Township’s Matthew Moore would squeeze into the lead and then hold off Dawson’s last lap charge. For Moore and his Mar’s Trucking and Apache Auto Salvage #98, it was his 4th win in a row. Cody Stillion ran third as Tanner McLoughlin and JR Curry rounded out the top five. Claiming the heat wins were Dawson and Moore. Frank Oriti of Mar’s Trucking gave all the Wedge drivers tool kits at the end of the race. The Wedge drivers will receive the season championship awards during the Dirt Blowout on Saturday, September 20th.
With the Season Championship completed, the drivers were all competing for over $100,000 of Contingency Connection Awards during the season.
The next action at NAPA Wayne County Speedway will come on Sunday, August 31st with the UNOH All Star Sprints for the third time this season. Lee Jacobs and Sheldon Haudenschild have won the first two All Star features this year. The Sweeney Rush Late Models Series powered by crate motors will make their first ever visit and the Lias Tire Late Models and the Thrifty Muffler Super Stocks will also be in action. Check out the website at for more info.
Saturday, August 23, 2014
Fast Qualifier   Brad Haudenschild   15.212
Saldana Racing Products Heat 1   Kirk Jeffries, Brad Haudenschild, Danny Mumaw, Shawn Minor, Jordan Harble, Troy Kingan, Chris Plascak (dns)
Saldana Racing Products Heat 2   Chris Myers, Jason Dolick, Nick Patterson#23, Jeremy Aumend, Shawn Hubler, Nick Patterson#33, Chris Pochiro
Fisher Performance Heat 3  Aaron Middaugh, Beau Stewart, Jamie Myers, Bob Lime, Russ Sansosti, Bill Ault
Feature   Brad Haudenschild, Jason Dolick, Beau Stewart, Shawn Hubler, Aaron Middaugh, Russ Sansosti, Troy Kingan, Bob Lime, Shawn Minor, Bill Ault, Jamie Myers, Kirk Jeffries, Nick Patterson#33, Chris Pochiro, Nick Patterson#23, Jeremy Aumend, Danny Mumaw, Chris Plascak (dns), Jordan Harble (dns)
Fast Qualifier   Charlie Duncan   17.005
Summit Racing Equipment Heat 1   Shane McLoughlin, Charlie Duncan, JR Gentry, Blaine Aber, Brandon Gardner, Eric Wilson
Summit Racing Equipment Heat 2   Ryan Markham, Rick Bond, Larry Bellman, Justin Patterson, Jason Skelly, Don Conley
Feature   Ryan Markham, Shane McLoughlin, JR Gentry, Rick Bond, Eric Wilson, Larry Bellman, Blaine Aber, Charlie Duncan, Jason Skelly, Don Conley, Brandon Gardner, Justin Patterson
Fast Qualifier    Larry Baldwin   19.839
Summit Racing Equipment Heat 1   Tyler Thompson, Mitch Caskey, Chris Albright, Trae Schonauer, Darrick Hubbard Jr., Larry Baldwin, Don Baney (dns)
Summit Racing Equipment Heat 2   Bob Daugherty, Brandon Gardner, Tyler Nicely, Butch Butcher, Don Rutt, Paul Whitten, Tim Arnold
Summit Racing Equipment Heat 3   Nick Smith, Casey Butler, Dennis Amstutz, Chase Alexander, Paul McVicker, Chaz O’Dell
Feature   Larry Baldwin, Bob Daugherty, Tyler Thompson, Butch Butcher, Darrick Hubbard Jr., Casey Butler, Don Rutt, Paul McVicker, Nick Smith, Don Baney, Brandon Gardner, Paul Whitten, Trae Schonauer, Dennis Amstutz, Tyler Nicely, Mitch Caskey, Chris Albright, Chaz O’Dell, Tim Arnold, Chase Alexander
Heat 1   Dustin Daugherty, Moose Workman, Doug Hensel, Chris Shell, Jim Burns, Mitch Reichard, Elvis Conkle (dns)
Heat 2   Greg Thompson, Adam Kern, Kevin Markey, Brad Hensel, John Jones, Steve Crowe, Brian Tomblin
Feature   Brad Hensel, Greg Thompson, Dustin Daugherty, Steve Crowe, Kevin Markey, Jim Burns, Mitch Reichard, John Jones, Moose Workman, Doug Hensel, Brian Tomblin, Adam Kern, Chris Shell (dns), Elvis Conkle (dns)
Heat 1   Billy Dawson, Cody Stillion, Tanner McLoughlin, Caitlin Johnson, Alex Dunlap, Mallorie Weiger
Heat 2   Matthew Moore, Robbie Ledger, JR Curry, Jolene Voshel, Donnie Danley (dns)
Feature   Matthew Moore, Billy Dawson, Cody Stillion, Tanner McLoughlin, JR Curry, Robbie Ledger, Donnie Danley, Jolene Voshel, Alex Dunlap, Caitlin Johnson (dns), Mallorie Weiger (dns)

Aug 16th 2014 Results

Written by Mike Swanger.

Orrville, Ohio
Saturday, August 16, 2014
By Mike Swanger
 It was more than a full night of racing with two class’ of Sprint Cars on hand with the four other regular class’ also in action on Hoosier Tire night at NAPA Wayne County Speedway. The Buckeye Machine BOSS Wingless Sprints were back for the second time this season and it was complete domination by Evans City Pa.’s Brandon Spithaler. Driving the Superior Tank & Trailer #57, Spithaler started on the outside front row and quickly built a big lead and started lapping cars on lap eight. The phrase, Drive it like you stole it, fit right in for the Evans City Earth Mover, as it looked like he was going to lap the whole field until the first caution came out with four laps to go. At that time, Spithaler was on the rear bumper of second place Joe Liguori when Steve Little spun to slow the action. The green flag would fly and Spithaler drove away from Liguori again but as the white flag was ready to wave, Adam Miller went off the backstretch end over end to bring the red flag out. Miller was ok. Liguori tried to stay with Spithaler on the last lap restart but had nothing for him as Spithaler pocketed his second Buckeye Machine BOSS win of the season. There was action going on for top five positioning as the threesome of Dustin Smith, Chuck Wilson and points leader Mike Miller battled race long before finishing in that order. Heat winners were Liguori, Logan Hupp and Spithaler.
Beau Stewart grabbed the point at the start of the Fisher Performance Sprint feature with Brad Haudenschild and Danny Mumaw close behind. After a couple of cautions early in the feature, the lead threesome was right together when Stewart would slip in turn two with the two heat winners, Haudenschild and Mumaw, powering by. Two laps later, Mumaw’s nose wing broke affecting the handling of his car and Haudenschild and his Kempthorn Auto Mall, Fire & Ice Pub and Medi Taxi #38k started to pull away. Jason Dolick would coast to a stop on the backstretch to bring out the caution with six laps to go. The rest of the race had the fans on their feet as fast qualifier Mumaw stayed glued to the back of Haudenschild’s ride and as the pair went down the back straight on lap 23, Mumaw charged to the inside of Haudenschild going into turn three and squeezed into the lead but Haudenschild would get back underneath Mumaw and reclaim the lead coming out of turn four with the white flag waving and as the twosome went side by side on the last lap, points leader Haudenschild out dragged Mumaw to the line and post his fifth win of the season. Stewart finished third as Kirk Jeffries ran fourth. After causing a lap four caution. Jordan Harble used every inch of the track and worked his way back up to fifth.
The Lias Tire Late Model feature saw Shane McLoughlin jump into the lead from the outside pole position with points leader Ryan Markham taking second from David Liles on lap two with Charlie Duncan dropping Liles another spot on lap four. McLoughlin, Markham and Duncan were all within a car lenghth of each other but Duncan would jump the cushion and lose ground to the front runners on lap 7. As McLoughlin and Markham, the quick timer, began to encounter the back of the field on lap 11, on the next circuit around, the two leaders and Larry Bellman made contact with Markham getting the worst of it as he spun, puncturing his radiator and ending his night. From that point on, McLoughlin of Nashport and his Riesbeck’s Food Market, Lias Tire and Nussbaum #9 breezed to his second win of the year as Duncan finished second with 11th starting JR Gentry taking third as they were the only drivers on the lead lap at the finish, Bellman and Liles filled out the top five. Heat wins were claimed by Markham and McLoughlin.
Just like the first three features of the night, the start of the Thrifty Muffler Super Stock main stayed true to form as outside pole sitter Brandon Gardner took the laes as pole sitter Larry Baldwin fell into his tire tracks. The only caution in the race came on lap three when Brad Hensel spun. On the restart, Baldwin and his Midas Muffler, Park Ford and Baldwin Motorsports #7up worked every angle he could to take the lead and as they came out of turn two on lap 8, Gardner bobbled and Baldwin slipped by and drive to his 7th checkered flag of the season. Bob Daugherty never moved from his third starting position as Nick Smith and Tyler Thompson rounded out the top five. Baldwin and Daugherty scored the heat wins.
After Moose Workman and Adam Kern topped the WQKT Mini Stock heats, the field was ready for the Direct Hydraulic Hose feature with pole sitter Jordan James grabbing the lead with Workman and points leader Brad Hensel right behind. Hensel would bump by for the lead on lap three, it would be a dog fight as those three would change position on each lap although Hensel would be the leader at the line for the first 10 laps. The race would get physical on the last two laps as Workman bull dogged his way into the lead with James in second and Hensel third as the white flag waved. as they headed out of turn two on the last lap, all three made contact that sent Hensel and his DJ’s Directional Services and Sportsman’s Bar #28 into the infield, but the Wooster driver never left off on the gas and came back on the track going into turn three. As the three cars came out of turn four for the finish line, the threesome bounced off each other and Hensel hung on for his 7th victory of the season. James and Workman followed as Doug Hensel and Chris Shell took home fourth and fifth.
A few years ago there was a song titled ‘When Your Hot, Your Hot” and that would be the song for Granger Township’s Matthew Moore as for the third week in a row, he swept the NAPA Mini Wedge races again, taking both the heat race and flag to flag feature win aboard the Mars Trucking and Apache Auto Salvage #98. Konner Thomas put early pressure on Moore for the lead but he would spin on lap 8 and points leader Robbie Ledger took up the challenge but Moore kept the door closed. Billy Dawson finished in the third spot as Caitlin Johnson and Jolene Voshel  rounded out the top five.
The Contingency Connection Awards were once again being sought after by the drivers with over $2,000 in weekly awards from national manufacturers that are up for grabs and over $100,000 for the season.
This Saturday, August 23rd will be Season Championships with double points on the line for all 5 divisions. It will also be Kid’s Night and Driver Autograph night at NAPA Wayne County Speedway. Go to www.waynecountyspeedway for all the information about the track.
Saturday, August 16, 2014
Southeast Harley Davidson Heat 1  Joe Ligouri, Derek Hastings, Chuck Wilson, Kirk Jeffries, Joe Butera, Aaron Middaugh, Bob McMillen
K-D Pizza Heat 2  Logan Hupp, Dustin Smith, Chad Wilson, Jeremy Shambaugh, Adam Miller, George Willard, Troy Kingan
Cowen Truck Line Heat 3  Brandon Spithaler, Mike Miller, Michael Fischhesser, Jeremy Duposki, Scott Hardman, Steve Little, Butch Beasley
Feature   Brandon Spithaler, Joe Ligouri, Dustin Smith, Chuck Wilson, Mike Miller, Derek Hastings, Aaron Middaugh, Chad Wilson, Kirk Jeffries, Jeremy Shambaugh, Joe Butera, Scott Hardman, Bob McMillin, Steve Little, Jeremy Duposki, Adam Miller, George Willard, Michael Fischhesser, Troy Kingan, Logan Hupp, Butch Beasley (dns)
Fast Qualifier  Danny Mumaw  14.674
Saldana Racing Products Heat 1  Danny Mumaw,, Beau Stewart, Shawn Hubler, Troy Kingan, Russ Sansosti, Bob Lime, Jeremy Duposki, Bill Ault
Saldana Racing Products Heat 2  Brad Haudenschild, Kirk Jeffries, Jason Dolick, Joe Armbruster, Jordan Harble, Nick Patterson#33, Butch Beasley, Nick Patterson #23
Feature  Brad Haudenschild, Danny Mumaw, Beau Stewart, Kirk Jeffries, Jordan Harble, Russ Sansosti, Troy Kingan, Joe Armbruster, Shawn Hubler, Nick Patterson #33, Butch Beasley, Jason Dolick, Bill Ault, Jeremy Duposki, Nick Patterson#23, Bob Lime
Fast Qualifier  Ryan Markham  17.349
Summit Racing Equipment Heat 1  Ryan Markham, Charlie Duncan, Blaine Aber, Brandon Gardner, Jerry Aber, JR Gentry, Jason Skelly
Summit Racing Equipment Heat 2  Shane McLoughlin, David Liles, Don Conley, Allan Baker, Danny Mumaw, Larry Bellman
Feature  Shane McLoughlin, Charlie Duncan, JR Gentry, Larry Bellman, David Liles, Blaine Aber, Allan Baker, Brandon Gardner, Jason Skelly, Don Conley, Ryan Markham, Danny Mumaw, Jerry Aber
Fast Qualifier  Larry Baldwin  19.919
Summit Racing Equipment Heat 1  Larry Baldwin, Tyler Thompson, Nick Smith, Chris Albright, Mitch Caskey, Chase Alexander, Chaz O’Dell, John Sutherland
Summit Racing Equipment Heat 2  Bob Daugherty, Brandon Gardner, Tyler Nicely, Casey Butler, Paul McVicker, Don Rutt, Brad Hensel
Feature  Larry Baldwin, Brandon Gardner, Bob Daugherty, Nick Smith, Tyler Thompson, Mitch Caskey, Chase Alexander, Casey Butler, Chris Albright, Paul McVicker, Chaz O’Dell, Don Rutt, Tyler Nicely, Brad Hensel, John Sutherland
Heat 1  Moose Workman, Jordan James, Brad Hensel, Steve Crowe, Mitch Reichard
Heat 2  Adam Kern, Elvis Conkle, Chris Shell, Jim Burns, Doug Hensel
Feature  Brad Hensel, Jordan James, Moose Workman, Doug Hensel, Chris Shell, Steve Crowe, Elvis Conkle, Jim Burns, Mitch Reichard, Adam Kern
Heat 1  Matthew Moore, Robbie Ledger, Billy Dawson, Jolene Voshel, Konner Thomas, Kolton Thomas, Caitlin Johnson, Tanner McLoughlin
Feature  Matthew Moore, Robbie Ledger, Billy Dawson, Caitlin Johnson, Jolene Voshel, Konner Thomas, Tanner McLoughlin, Kolton Thomas (dns)

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