DAYTONA BEACH, Florida — It was a busy weekend of ASA Racing in the United States and Canada. Winners and champions were crowned.
"Here is a look at what happened this past weekend in ASA Racing"
Here is a look at what happened this past weekend in ASA Racing
ASA SANCTIONED SERIES
ASA ADVANCED TESTING BRITISH COLUMBIA LATE MODEL TOUR
Western Speedway (Victoria, BC, Canada)
Korbin Thomas won the Canada 200 on Saturday night. Geoff Morris was second with Jason Terasenko in third. Morris’s second place finish was enough for him to become the first ever ASA Advance Testing BC Late Model Tour champion.
ASA TRUCK SERIES
Las Vegas Motor Speedway">The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Mike Herda held off Jeremiah Wagner by 0.297 seconds to win the main event Saturday night at The Bullring. Chase Catania was third with Jason Black in fourth. Brandon Loverock rounded out the top-five.
PROAUTOSPORTS SANCTIONED BY ASA
Inde Motorsports Ranch (Wilcox, AZ)
After taking the summer off, ProAutoSports was back in action this past weekend. Big winners were: Bob Gottlieb (GTO), Jay Horak (PS0), Keith Kucdler (PS1), Leroy Moore (PS2), Team Rabbit (PS4), Eric Christensen (CSR), Jens Plougmann (EFF), Michael Williams (FC), Chance Stephens (SFT Karts), Bill Cox (Spec Karts), Dave Fultz (SPR Karts) and Austin Spalla (TAG Karts).
ASA IRA SPRINT CAR SERIES
Dodge County Fairgrounds Speedway (Beaver Dam, WI)
Sheboygan County Fair Park (Plymouth, WI)
141 Speedway (Francis Creek, WI)
It was a tough weekend for the IRA officials and competitors. Events on Friday and Sunday were rained out. But they were able to get their racing in on Saturday night at Sheboygan County Fair Park with Tommy Sexton winning the A-Main over Scott Biertzer and Scotty Neitzel.
ASA MEMBER TRACKS
ACE SPEEDWAY (Altamahaw, NC)
Clay Rogers won the PASS Series event on Saturday night with Ryan Blaney in second. Barry Wilson won the X-Treme cars feature event. Trey Jarrell won the Legends feature and Tate Fogleman won the Bandoleros main event. The Madhouse Meltdown scheduled for Monday was postponed until Sunday, September 11.
BIG COUNTRY SPEEDWAY (Cheyenne, WY)
Fans were treated to a twilight night of racing this past Sunday. William McClatchey won in the Super Light Trucks. Bubba Wilox won in the Super Stocks. Tom Davis won the Mod 4 main event. Rich Buback won the High Plains Mods/CARC Mods feature and Mark Sopr won in the Grand American Modifieds.
CORPUS CHRISTI SPEEDWAY (Corpus Christi, TX)
Joshua McCain picked up another feature win in the Front Runners this past Saturday night. Nathan Sturtz won in the Bombers while Cody Britt won the Super Streets. Cody Beddoe got another checkered flag in the Sport Mods and Chris Vincent was the big winner in the Gocarts. Dillon Sampson won in the Lone Star Legacys.
DESOTO SUPER SPEEDWAY (Bradenton, FL)
It was a busy night of racing this past Saturday night. Joseph Mursuli won in the Rookie Trucks. Larry Saffold won in the Trophy Dash. Michael Gamache was the big winner in the Flyin 4’s while Amy Gamache won in the Magic 4’s. Mark Jackson won the School Bus Figure 8 race. Randy Spicer won the 22-car field Bomber feature. Nick Hernandez won the DS Truck main event.
DILLON MOTOR SPEEDWAY (Dillon, SC)
Mother Nature tried but this time the weather didn’t win. Wayne Locklear won the Charger feature. Scott Wise won the Late Model main event. Ricky Locklear won Street Stock feature. Joe Heigl won the Super Truck feature. Michael Tucker won the 4-Cylinder feature and Bill Willis won the Mini Cup feature. Josh Dean grabbed the checkers in the UCAR feature. Reese Tadlock won a new GM Crate Motor from John Newsome GM Parts.
EAST BAY RACEWAY PARK (Tampa, FL)
East Bay was back in action after a short layoff. Bryan Bernhardt won the Late Model feature with David Schmauss in second and Mavrick Varnadore in third. Tyler Godwin won the East Bay Sprint main event. Eric Moon started sixth but marched to the front pick up his first Street Stock win of the year. Kayla Jones won the 4-Cylinder Bombers main event and Brett Phillips won his third Dirt Daubers feature of the season.
GRAYS HARBOR RACEWAY (Elma, WA)
There were two nights of racing over the holiday weekend. On Saturday night, Garret Johnson held off Reece Goetz to win the Ford Focus Midget main event, ending Reece’s streak. Tom Sweatman won in the Hobby Stocks and Ben Callies won in the Hornets.
On Sunday night, Goetz was back in victory lanes as he won the Ford Focus Midget main event. Logan Forler won the 360 Sprints A-Main. Cory Sweatman won in the Hobby Stocks and Shane Turner won in the Hornets.
HARTFORD MOTOR SPEEDWAY (Hartford, MI)
JR Hotovy took home the big win in the UMP Late Model feature this past Friday night. Frank Marshall grabbed the checkered flag in the UMP Modified feature. Ryan Flagel went to victory lane in the Pure Stock feature and Lee Price won in the Stock Cars.
I-25 SPEEDWAY (Pueblo, CO)
I-25 Speedway was closed this past weekend and will be closed again this weekend for the annual State Fair.
ILLIANA MOTOR SPEEDWAY (Schererville, IN)
The Season Championships were rained out this past Saturday night. Track officials did announce their 2011 track champions. Congratulations to Blake Brown in the Super Late Models, Eddie Wolf in the Turbo Stox, Alex Arelano in the Legends, and Chris Czaszwicz in the Pure Stocks.
LEBANON I-44 SPEEDWAY (Lebanon, MO)
Ken Dickinson held off Cole Williams to win the World 50 main event this past Saturday night. Jason Otto held off Tyler Scott to win the Modified feature event. Aaron Douglas won the Sportsman feature. Dustin Reeves won the Road Warrior feature event. Josh Ratliff won the Chargers feature and Ashley Deschenes held off Michael Deschenes to win the OMSRA Mini Stock main event.
LONESOME PINE RACEWAY (Coeburn, VA)
It was Back to School night this past Saturday. Jackie Jackson won the Pure 4 feature. Kirby Gobble held off Kevin Wolfe and Ryan Stiltner for the win in the Charger division. Chuck Crigger won in the Street Stocks. Kirby Gobble won in the Mod 4’s. Lynn Shaffer won in the Rookie Pure 4’s, and Mike Breeding won in the Renegades.
MARSHFIELD MOTOR SPEEDWAY (Marshfield, WI)
Mother Nature was the big winner this past Saturday night. They will have the Fall Shootout this Friday and Saturday.
MERIDIAN SPEEDWAY (Meridian, ID)
There were two nights of great racing action this past weekend. On Saturday, Dennis Wurtz II won the first and third segments of the 99-lap Late Model Sporsmen feature that was raced in three 33-lap segments. Dan Lowther won the second segment. Melissa Weaver won the Street Stocks. Ben Mathison won in the Legends. Jerry Rice won in the Pro Trucks. Cameron Cotta won the 2011 Legends season championships.
On Sunday, Tyler Bailey won the Late Model Sportsman feature while Chris Fenton won the season championship. Chance Davis won the Junior Stinger feature while Cody Garrett won the championship. Travis Burke won the Sprint Car feature and Jasen Skyberg was crowned the 2011 champion. Jordan Fitch won the Pro-4 Championship and Joe Barton took home the 2011 championship. IP Freely won in the Thunder Dogs.
NEWPORT MOTOR SPEEDWAY(Newport, TN)
Zack Franks had a great night this past Saturday as he won both of the Late Model Sportsmen feature events. Jamie Sutton won the Street Stock feature event. Greg Stephens won the Front Wheel Drive main event. Tyler Goodwin won the Legends feature. Stevie Frazier won the Mod Four feature. Mark Evans won the Mini Cup feature and Chris Naillon won in the Pure Stocks.
NORWAY SPEEDWAY (Norway, MI)
Dalton Zehr went wire-to-wire to win the Labor Day 100 this past Sunday night. Jim Stahowicz won in the Super Stocks. Mike Reichenberger won the Late Model championship. Mark Jenshak is the Super Stock champion. Aron Novak won the Slammer championship and Fran Berube won the DQ Dogs championship.
ORANGE SHOW SPEEDWAY (San Bernardino, CA)
Orange Show Speedway will be back in action on Saturday, September 10.
RED RIVER SPEEDWAY (Wichita Falls, TX)
Red River Speedway didn’t race this past weekend. They will host the North Texas Shootout for Legends and Bandoleros starting on Tuesday, September 6.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN RACEWAYS (West Valley City, UT)
RMR hosted two nights of racing with events on Saturday and Monday nights. On Saturday, Jim Waters won the Sprint Car feature. Austin Luttmer won the Focus Midgets main event. Tim Fahrner won the Super stock feature as well as the Figure 8 feature. Train Shake Rattle won the Figure 8 Trains.
On Monday, Michael Hale held off Tyler Whetstone and Bryan Wordelman to win the Maverik Modified feature. Barry Egolf won in the Super Stocks. Kori Combs won in the Mini Cups and Joshua Murray won in the Hornets
SHANGRI-LA II MOTOR SPEEDWAY (Tioga Center, NY)
Shangri-La’s next event will be on September 22.
SKAGIT SPEEDWAY (Burlington, WA)
Skagit Speedway welcomed the World of Outlaws this past Friday and Saturday night. Craig Dollansky won the 30-lap A-Main on Friday night. Sam Hafertepe Jr. won the 40-lap A-Main on Saturday night to earn his first WoO win and take home a check for $20,000.
SOUTHERN OREGON SPEEDWAY (Medford, OR)
Brian Poppa won the 2011 Lon Skinner Memorial this past Saturday night. He held off Randy McDaniel and Alex Stanford for the win. Scott Lenz won the A-Main on Friday night.
STATE PARK SPEEDWAY (Wausau, WI)
Mark Mackesy held off Mark Eswein and Cardell Potter to win the Late Model feature this past Friday night. Mackesy’s win also clinched him the 2011 season championship. Ryan Hinner won the Super Stock feature. Kyle Gennett won the Pure Stock feature and Chad Dietsche won the Mini Mod feature.
VIRGINIA MOTOR SPEEDWAY (Jamaica, VA)
Virginia Motor Speedway was off this past weekend. They will be back in action on Saturday, September 17 with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series.
WILMOT RACEWAY (Wilmot, WI
Results were not received by press time.
YAKIMA SPEEDWAY (Yakima, WA)
Yakima Speedway hosted the Labor Day Spectacular on Sunday night. Owen Riddle won the Super Late Model feature event over Shane Mitchell and Mike Holden. Rich Peters won in the Super Stocks. Lucas Valdez won in the Sportsman. Jeff Liebert won in the Pure Stocks. Josh Hamilton won in the Hornets and Josh Aguirre won the Bump to Pass main event.
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