KIDS NIGHT - Saturday Aug 23rd - LOWES KIDS CLINIC, Bounce house, Driver Autographs, Wagon ride thru pits and track, Kids Bike race around Mini wedge track, Lots of giveaways including Bikes, Bookbags, candy and toys. All this plus a great night of car racing with 410 sprints, Lates, SuperStocks, MiniStocks, and Wedges. Ages 12 years and younger are Free and Adults are $12 General admission

Please bring a bike if you would like to participate in the bike race.

Upcoming Events

Saturday Aug 23rd - KIDS NIGHT - Presented by LOWES

* Latemodels
*Super Stocks
**Mini Stocks
*Mini Wedges

General Admission: $12, Children 12 & Under: FREE, Pit Pass: $30, Children Pit 6-14: $15

Gates Open: 3:00pm,  Hot laps at 6:30; Racing: 7:30pm

  Sunday Aug. 31st -   Presents NAPA NIGHT

ALL STAR 410 sprints
RUSH Late Models
Super Stocks

Gates Open at 3pm; Hot laps at 6:30pm; Racing at 7:30pm

General Admission: $22 GA Ages 12 & Under: FREE, Pit Pass: $35, Children Pit 6-14: $20

We now accept credit card orders with a 3% Fee

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Attention Fans: Small coolers are allowed but NO glass bottles or NO Alcholic Beverages, NO Blankets or Plastic on the bleachers until after the gates open

• Track Record: RUSS KING holds the track record for Late Models at WCS with a lap of 16.737 - Andrew Palker Hold Track record for 410 Sprints at 14.298

Kids Night Activities - Bounce House, Driver Autographs, Wagon Rides thru pits and track, Prize giveaways for example Bikes, Bookbags, Toys,

Pre Sale Tickets for All Star Race  Aug. 31st  are now on Sale - $18 General Admission and $30 Pit Pass -  They will be available at the Race track on Race nights or Mail a Self Addressed Stamped Envolope to WCS 209 Pine St Creston OH 44217.

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)

Aug 9th 2014 Results

Written by Mike Swanger.

Orrville, Ohio
Saturday, August 9, 2014
By Mike Swanger
After 3 weeks of rain outs, everybody was ready for some racing at NAPA Wayne County Speedway Saturday night on Hall’s Auto Sales and Southeastern Equipment night. Two time track champion Andrew Palker and Danny Mumaw brought the Fisher Performance Sprints to the green flag with Mumaw charging into the lead. As he started to encounter lapped cars on lap 8, Mumaw would get pinched into the turn one wall by a slower car and cut the right rear tire and would have to change it and go to the tail, putting Palker back into the lead with points leader Brad Haudenschild on his tail. With several cautions in the race with the last one coming on lap 21 for debris on the track, the red flag came out to allow for refueling only. But Haudenschild’s crew changed a tire and he was penalized to the tail. Palker of West Salem would pull away in the final four laps aboard the King Inspection, Albright Trucking and El Campesino Restaurent #57x for his second win this year as Jason Dolick finished second. Mumaw was 7th on the final restart and powered his way back up for a third place finish. 11th starting Jordon Harble took fourth as Russ Sansosti finished fifth. Shawn Hubler and Mitch Harble topped the heat races. Fast qualifier was Haudenschild.
For the Lias Tire Late Models, it would be the 7th race of the NAPA WCS/ Attica Raceway Park Late Model Series and Charlie Duncan and Keith Berner would start on the front row and they put on a race long battle for the lead with Corey Conley and Shane McLoughlin right behind the two front runners as they staged a battle for third. Duncan would be scored the leader of the first 20 laps but Berner snuck by at the line to claim lap 21 but Duncan was back in the lead on the next circuit before Berner and his Millersburg based Village Motors, Bud’s Place and Accu-Force Shocks #18 would secure the lead on lap 23. A caution with two laps to go bunched the field together but Berner kept the lead as Conley gave a charge on Duncan for second but came up short with McLoughlin taking fourth as Rocky Owens riding fifth. Ryan Markham, who was quick timer, JR Gentry and Berner won the heats. Rick Bond was the VP Fuels Hard Charger of the race as Berner (Hoosier) and McLoughlin (American Racer) won the tires.
For the second season in a row, Larry Baldwin of Randolph led every lap to win the Thrifty Muffler Super Stock Nationals presented by Richmond Gear Weekend Warrior and pocket the $1,000 winner share. Driving the Park Ford, Midas Muffler and Baldwin Motorsports #7up, Baldwin took the lead on the first lap from his 3rd starting spot with Bob Daugherty in his tire tracks. As the race wound down, Daugherty tried everyway he could to get past Baldwin but never was able to get by as Baldwin parked in victory lane for the 6th time this year. Matt Schroyer finished third with Nick Smith and Brandon Gardner filling out the top five. Fast Qualifier Baldwin, Schroyer and Smith notching the heat wins.
Brad Hensel of Wooster and his Sportsman’s Bar and DJ’s Directional Services went flag to flag to win his 6th WQKT Mini Stock feature of the season and expand his points lead. Doug Hensel ran race long in second with Adam Kern, Chris Shell and Elvis Conkle rounding out the top five. Heat winner Mitch Reichard brought out the red flag on lap two of the feature when he flew over the turn two guardrail and rolled over but was ok.
In a repeat from July 12, Matthew Moore of Granger Township had to battle off Tanner McLoughlin all race long before he could claim his second NAPA Mini Wedge win. Driving the Mars Trucking and Apache Auto Salvage #98, Moore won the heat race also. McLoughlin finished second for the third time this season as points leader Robbie Ledger was third followed by Jolene Voshel and Caitlin Johnson.     
All drivers were not only competing for the regular purse money but vying for over $2,000 in weekly awards from the Contingency Connection program.
Another big night of racing is set for next Saturday night August 16th with the BOSS Wingless Sprints ALONG WITH the Fisher Performance Sprints, Lias Tire Late Models, Thrifty Muffler Super Stocks, WQKT Mini Stocks and the Napa Mini Wedges on the racing card. For more info, head to the website at
Saturday, August 9, 2014
Fast Qualifier   Brad Haudenschild   15.439
Saldana Racing Products Heat 1   Shawn Hubler, Andrew Palker, Danny Mumaw, Brad Haudenschild, Aaron Middaugh, Jordan Harble, Troy Kingan, Jeremy Duposki, Nick Patterson #33
Saldana Racing Products Heat 2   Mitch Harble, Russ Sansosti, Jason Dolick, Jimmy Pooler, Kirk Jeffries, Nick Patterson #23, Bill Ault, Chris Pochiero, Bob Lime
Feature   Andrew Palker, Jason Dolick, Danny Mumaw, Jordan Harble, Russ Sansosti, Shawn Hubler, Brad Haudenschild, Kirk Jeffries, Jimmy Pooler, Nick Patterson #23, Bob Lime, Mitch Harble, Chris Pochiero, Aaron Middaugh, Troy Kingan, Nick Patterson #33, Jeremy Duposki, Bill Ault
Fast Qualifier   Ryan Markham   17.555
Summit Racing Equipment Heat 1  Ryan Markham, Rocky Owens, Mike Bores, Justin Chance, Jerry Aber, Jason Skelly, David Liles, Rick Bond
Summit Racing Equipment Heat 2  JR Gentry, Shane McLoughlin, Corey Conley, Larry Bellman, Brandon Gardner, Blaine Aber, Jim Nicely, Doug Kenworthy
Summit Racing Equipment Heat 3  Keith Berner, Jason Flory, Charlie Duncan, Matt Irey, Jim Gingery, Don Conley, Allan Baker
Feature   Keith Berner, Charlie Duncan, Corey Conley, Shane McLoughlin, Rocky Owens, Matt Irey, Mike Bores, JR Gentry, Justin Chance, Rick Bond, Larry Bellman, Blaine Aber, Jim Gingery, Doug Kenworthy, Ryan Markham, Jerry Aber, Jim Nicely, David Liles, Allan Baker, Jason Skelly, Brandon Gardner, Don Conley , Jason Flory (dns)
Fast Qualifier  Larry Baldwin   20.034
Summit Racing Equipment Heat 1  Larry Baldwin, Brandon Gardner, Jeremy Lynch, Chaz O’Dell, Chris Albright, Don Rutt
Summit Racing Equipment Heat 2  Matt Schroyer, Chase Alexander, Tyler Nicely, Todd Werntz, Tyler Thompson, Jerry Bowman
Summit Racing Equipment Heat 3  Nick Smith, Bob Daugherty, Mitch Caskey, Don Baney, Paul Whitten, Paul McVicker
Feature   Larry Baldwin, Bob Daugherty, Matt Schroyer, Nick Smith, Brandon Gardner, Don Baney, Tyler Thompson, Jeremy Lynch, Mitch Caskey, Chaz O’Dell, Paul McVicker, Paul Whitten, Chris Albright, Tyler Nicely, Todd Werntz, Jerry Bowman, Chase Alexander, Don Rutt
Heat 1   Mitch Reichard, Doug Hensel, Brad Hensel, Adam Kern, Elvis Conkle, Steve Crowe, Chris Shell, Jim Burns, Randy Gibson
Feature  Brad Hensel, Doug Hensel, Adam Kern, Chris Shell, Elvis Conkle, Steve Crowe, Jim Burns, Mitch Reichard, Randy Gibson (dns)
Heat 1  Matthew Moore, Tanner McLoughlin, Billy Dawson, Jolene Voshel, Robbie Ledger, Caitlin Johnson, Konner Thomas, Kolton Thomas
Feature   Matthew Moore, Tanner McLoughlin, Robbie Ledger, Jolene Voshel, Caitlin Johnson, Kolton Thomas, Billy Dawson, Konner Thomas

Results 7-12-14

Written by Mike Swanger.


Orrville, Ohio

Saturday, July 12, 2014

By Mike Swanger

It was another fast paced, action filled night at NAPA Wayne County Speedway on Malcuit Tavern night with the Twin State Auto Racing Club in attendance and giving all the feature winners a plaque. For the Lias Tire Late Models, it was also the 5th race of the NAPA WCS/ Attica Raceway Park Late Model Series and 2012 track champion Shane McLoughlin and 2013 track champion Corey Conley would bring the 21 car field to the green flag. Conley would jump into the lead over McLoughlin, who would give up second to Charlie Duncan on lap three. McLoughlin would reclaim second on lap 8 as Ryan Markham slide past Mike Bores, who was chasing after the $1,000 bonus after winning on Friday at Attica, for 4th. Doug Drown would drop Bores another spot at the 10 lap mark. With 11 laps to go, McLoughlin and his Riesbeck’s Food Market, Nussbaum and Lias Tire #9 would shoot out of turn two in the low groove and power past Conley for the lead as they had gone side by side for the previous three laps and at the same time, Drown took 4th from Markham. On lap 19, Duncan would slide high in turn two and that allowed both Drown and Markham to edge past him. With the final laps clicking off, Conley made one last run on McLoughlin but could not get by as the Nashport driver held on for the win. McLoughlin also won the American Racer award for racing on their tires and also collected awards from the Contingency Connection, as did all the winners as they award over $2,000 a night for the drivers. Conley won the Hoosier Tire award for finishing second as Drown finished third and received the VP Fuels Hard Charger award after starting ninth. Markham, who is leading the points in both Napa WCS points and the two track series was 4th as Duncan held on to fifth followed by Bores. Coby Bartram was the fast qualifier as Conley, Larry Kingseed and McLoughlin topped the heat races.

Two time defending track champion Andrew Palker of Lodi, who has been running with the UNOH All Stars this season, came to NAPA WCS on an off night for the traveling series and the King Inspection, Albreight Trucking and El Campesino Restaurent #57x led all the way for the Fisher Performance Sprint win. As Palker, the quick timer, built up a big lead, the fans eyes were on the battle for second as Kirk Jeffries and Jason Dolick sliced and diced for second with Dolick securing second place on lap 18. Bob Lime finished 4th as Troy Kingan finished 5th. Points leader and 4 time winner Brad Haudenschild pulled off on the second lap of the feature with mechanical issues. Palker and Haudenschild won the heats. The red flag came out in the 1st heat race as Shawn Hubler started to spin in turn four and collected Pete Grove with both cars ending up side down. Grove was transported to the hospital with a broken leg.

Tony Cline set the pace for the opening lap of the Thrifty Muffler Super Stock feature but after that it was all Larry Baldwin of Randolph as he would drive the Midas Muffler, Park Ford and Baldwin Motorsports #7up into victory lane for the 5th time this year. Tyler Thompson would run second until the halfway mark when 10th starting Bob Daugherty would take over but he could not track down Baldwin. Thompson would hold on to third with JR Gentry, driving Mitch Caskey’s #43 would finish 4th and Tyler Nicely took fifth. Baldwin was the fast qualifier and won a heat race as did Chase Alexander.

Doug Hensel led the opening 7 circuits of the WQKT Mini Stock main with Jordan James of Loudonville hounding him every inch of the track and finally took the lead on lap 8 but Hensel came right back on lap nine. Jordan and his Thompson Memorials, Lochevale Farms and Loudonville Tire #83 grabbed the lead for good on the next lap and kept it until the checkered flag flew for his 1st win in his first time at NAPA WCS this season. Moose Workman edged past Hensel, the heat winner, on the last lap for second with Adam Kern and Elvis Conkle rounding out the top five.

After finishing second three times this year, Matthew Moore of Granger Township led all but the opening two laps in the NAPA Mini Wedge feature aboard the Mars Trucking and Apache Auto Salvage #98 for his 1st win. Tanner McLoughlin tried everything he could to re-pass Moore after leading the first two circuits but came up short. Billy Dawson and Robbie Ledger battled back and forth for third and also challenged McLoughlin for second several times before finishing in that order. Caitlin Johnson wrapped up the top five. Moore also won the heat race.

Racing continues next Saturday night, July 19th with the Ohio Valley Sprint Car Association coming in for a $2,500 to win feature. The Thrifty Muffler Super Stock, the WQKT Mini Stocks and the NAPA Mini Wedges are on the racing card as the Lias Tire Late Models have the night off. Check out for the latest news of the track.


Saturday, July 12, 2014


Fast Qualifier  Coby Bartram  17.409

Summit Racing Equipment Heat 1  Corey Conley, Ryan Markham, Doug Drown, Blaine Aber, John Bores, Coby Bartram, Jim Nicely

Summit Racing Equipment Heat 2  Larry Kingseed, Mike Bores, DJ Miller, Keith Berner, Tim Sabo, Rick Armstrong, Doug Kenworthy

Summit Racing Equipment Heat 3  Shane McLoughlin, Charlie Duncan, Larry Bellman, Brad Malcuit, Don Conley, Jerry Aber, Allan Baker

Feature  Shane McLoughlin, Corey Conley, Doug Drown, Ryan Markham, Charlie Duncan, Mike Bores, Keith Berner, Larry Kingseed, Brad Malcuit, Larry Bellman, Coby Bartram, John Bores, Blaine Aber, Jim Nicely, Tim Sabo, Doug Kenworthy, Jerry Aber, Allan Baker, DJ Miller, Rick Armstrong, Don Conley


Fast Qualifier  Andrew Palker  14.768

Saldana Racing Products Heat 1  Andrew Palker, Jason Dolick, Kirk Jeffries, Troy Kingan, Matt Phillips, Jordan Harble

Saldana Racing Products Heat 2  Brad Haudenschild, Bob Lime, Shawn Minor, Scott Riley, Shawn Hubler, Pete Grove

Feature  Andrew Palker, Jason Dolick, Kirk Jeffries, Bob Lime, Troy Kingan, Shawn Minor, Scott Riley, Matt Phillips, Jordan Harble, Brad Haudenschild, Shawn Hubler, Pete Grove (dns)


Fast Qualifier  Larry Baldwin  20.190

Summit Racing Equipment Heat 1  Larry Baldwin, Tyler Thompson, Don Baney, JR Gentry, Chaz O’Dell, Chris Albright

Summit Racing Equipment Heat 2  Chase Alexander, Tyler Nicely, Tony Cline, Paul McVicker, Bob Daugherty

Feature  Larry Baldwin, Bob Daugherty, Tyler Thompson, JR Gentry, Tyler Nicely, Chaz O’Dell, Tony Cline, Chris Albright, Don Baney, Paul McVicker, Chase Alexander


Heat 1  Doug Hensel, Jordan James, Brad Hensel, Moose Workman, Adam Kern, Elvis Conkle, Steve Crowe, Ron Hamlin

Feature  Jordan James, Moose Workman, Doug Hensel, Adam Kern, Elvis Conkle, Brad Hensel, Steve Crowe, Ron Hamlin (dns)


Heat 1  Matthew Moore, Tanner McLoughlin, Robbie Ledger, Billy Dawson, Caitlin Johnson, Jolene Voshel

Feature  Matthew Moore, Tanner McLoughlin, Billy Dawson,  Robbie Ledger, Caitlin Johnson, Jolene Voshel

50/50 winners July 5th 2014

Written by Kristin Flory.

50/50 winning ticket number was 8042687 for 2456.00. Was claimed. Large tool box number 696540. Claimed. 7084999 and 7085035 for small tool boxes.

July 5th 2014 Results

Written by Mike Swanger.


Orrville, Ohio

Saturday, July 5, 2014

By Mike Swanger

A jammed packed grandstand at NAPA Wayne County Speedway was ready for 120 laps of feature action on Gross Lumber Night as the UNOH All Star Sprints kicked the night off with the Duffy Smith Memorial and it was local driver Sheldon Haudenschild going flag to flag for his first ever All Star win. Winning the dash to earn the right to start on the pole, Haudenschild held off a late charge by Tim Shaffer as fast qualifier Chad Kemenah, Derek Hagar and Lee Jacobs filled out the top five. Brandon Matus, All Star points leader Dale Blaney and Caleb Helms won the heat races with Kory Crabtree earning the B-Main victory. Broc Martin was the Hard Charger of the race as he started 23rd and finished 13th, improving ten positions. For complete details for the race, go to

Rick Aukland led the opening 19 laps of the Don Gross Memorial for the Elite 8 Late Models but Wooster’s Doug Drown powered past at that point and drove away to pocket the $4,000 winners share and his second win in two nights ay NAPA Wayne County Speedway. Aukland held on to second as fast qualifier Devon Moran, Corey Conley and Matt Irey had a three way battle for third before finishing in that order. Moran, Aukland and Drown won the heats with Blaine Aber posting the last chance win.

Mooresville’s N.C. Kyle Strickler and Corey Conley went back and forth for the lead in the Renegades of Dirt Modified feature and just past the halfway mark, Strickler took control of the race and was the first to see the checkered flag and take home the $3,000 first place money. Travis Dickson was a close third with Tyler Nicely and Chris Basich rounding out the top five. Aukland, Strickler, Nathan Loney, and Conley scored the heat wins with the last chance win going to Billy Workman. For Complete details of the race, go to

Nick Smith took his pole position and set the pace for the first two laps of the Thrifty Muffler Super Stock feature but quick timer Bob Daugherty moved into the lead from his 3rd starting position but as he come out of turn two on lap eight, Daugherty’s machine pulled off with mechanical issues giving the lead to Mansfields Brad Moore. Smith would hold on to second until three laps to go when Larry Baldwin slipped past but he could not catch up to Moore before the checkered flag flew. Brandon Gardner finished fourth with Mitch Caskey getting fifth. Daugherty and Baldwin picked up the heat wins.

Racing continues next Saturday, July 11th with the Lias Tire Late Models in action with race #5 of the NAPA Wayne County Speedway/ Attica Raceway Park Late Model Series. They will be at Attica on Friday night July 10th and if a driver can win both features, he will pick up a $1,000 bonus. The Fisher Performance Sprints, the Thrifty Muffler Super Stocks, the WQKT Mini Stocks and the NAPA Mini Wedges will also be on the NAPA Wayne County Speedway racing card. Go to for more information.


Saturday, July 5, 2014

UNOH ALL STAR SPRINTS – DUFFY SMITH MEMORIAL 30 Lap Feature  Sheldon Haudenschild, Tim Shaffer, Chad Kemenah, Derek Hager, Lee Jacobs, Danny Holtgraver, Dale Blaney, Kory Crabtree, Rob Chaney, Caleb Helms, Brad Haudenschild, Danny Smith, Broc Martin, Cale Thomas, Jack Lee, Andrew Palker, Carl Bowser, Brent Matus, Jac Haudenschild, Cole Duncan, Pete Grove, Brandon Matus, Shawn Hubler, Danny Mumaw

ELITE 8 LATE MODELS – DON GROSS MEMORIAL 45 Lap Feature   Doug Drown, Rick Aukland, Devon Moran, Corey Conley, Matt Irey, Keith Berner, Charlie Duncan, Ryan Missler, Mike Bores, JR Gentry, David Liles, Brandon Gardner, Blaine Aber, Todd Brennan, Jim Nicely, Ryan Markham, Allan Baker, Bryan Casey, Shane McLoughlin, Rocky Owens

RENEGADES of DIRT MODIFIEDS  30 Lap Feature   Kyle Strickler, Corey Conley, Travis Dickson, Tyler Nicely, Chris Basich, Rick Aukland, Tayler Cook, Scott Stiffler, Anthony Kincaid, Nathan Loney, Mark Dickson, Derrick Ramey, Jess Hartman, Jon Sluka, Robbie Evans, Patrick Lyon, Tyler Evans, Tanner Wilson, Rich Michael Jr., Billy Workman


Fast Qualifier  Bob Daugherty   20.620

Summit Racing Equipment Heat 1  Bob Daugherty, Brad Moore, Mitch Caskey, Kyle Moore, Chaz O’Dell, Derrick Hubbard, Tyler Thompson, Richard Grogg, Don Baney (dns), Cliff Staley (dns)

Summit Racing Equipment Heat 2  Larry Baldwin, Nick Smith, Brandon Gardner, Chase Alexander, Butch Butcher, Tim Arnold, Jonathon Brennan, Jamie Gibbs, Paul Holmes (dns)

Feature  Brad Moore, Larry Baldwin, Nick Smith, Brandon Gardner, Mitch Caskey, Tyler Thompson, Paul Holmes, Butch Butcher, Chaz O’Dell, Tim Arnold, Derrick Hubbard, Richard Grogg, Jamie Gibbs, Jonathon Brennan, Bob Daugherty, Kyle Moore, Chase Alexander, Don Baney (dns), Cliff Staley (dns)

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Track Information


1083 North Carr Road

Orrville, Ohio 44667


209 Pine Street
Creston, Ohio 44217


Track Phone: (330) 465-2365