MSCS is not scheduled to race again until August 11th. Leary, 21 Carson Short, 52 Isaac Chapple, 3C Kyle Cummins, _________ 36 Collin Ambrose, 11p Chad Boespflug, 3R Kody Swanson, _________ 27 Brian Wallace, 99 Alec Sipes Second Heat - 61m Stephen Schnapf, 12 Robert Ballou, 32x Garrett Aitken, ___________ 38 Chet Williams, 23 Brian Karraker, 5K Kent Schmidt, 2J Jeff Pritchett, ___________ 37 Gabe Griffith DNS Third Heat - 32 Chase Stockon, 10 Aric Gentry, 4B Donny Brackett, 5-o Daron Clayton, __________ 50 Tony Di Mattia, 11 James Lyerla, 45 Eric Perrott, 2V Brandon Mattox Feature (25 Laps) - 30 C. Leary, 61m Stephen Schnapf, 32 Chase Stockon, _______________ 12 Robert Ballou, 52 Isaac Chapple, 3C Kyle Cummins, _______________ 21 Carson Short, 5-o Daron Clayton, 4B Donny Brackett, _______________ 38 Chet Williams, 32x Garrett Aitken, 3R Kody Swanson, _______________ 10 Aric Gentry, 11P Chad Boespflug, 23 Brian Karraker, _______________ 36 Collin Ambrose, 11 James Lyerla, 99 Alec Sipes, _______________ 45 Eric Perrott, 27 Brian Wallace, 2J Jeff Pritchett, _______________ 5K Kent Schmidt, 50 Tony Di Mattia Built Ford Tough MOWA Sprint Cars: First Heat - 21 Carson Short, 7 Critter Malone, 5X Justin Peck, _________ 1M Jim Moughan, 8s Steve Short Second Heat - 4K Kody Kinser, 17 Kendall Ruble, 14X Paul Hart, ___________ 44 Cory Bruns, 21b Brinton Marvel Third Heat - 5 Chase Briscoe, 85 Mike Terry Jr., 23d Trey Datweiler, __________ 53 Brayden Fox, 99 Jay Waugh B Main - 32 Chase Stockon, 15 Jason Keith, 77U Chris Urish, _______ 79J Jacob Patton, 4 Chris Spitz Feature - 5 Chase Briscoe, 44 Cory Bruns, 21 Carson Short, 7 Critter Malone, _______ 5X Justin Peck, 85 Mike Terry Jr., 32 Chase Stockon, 17 Kendall Ruble, _______ 99 Jay Waugh, 4K Kody Kinser, 15 Jason Keith, 53 Brayden Fox, _______ 1M Jim Moughan, 21 Brinton Marvel, 8s Steve Short, 79J Jacob Patton, _______ 77U Chris Urish, 14T James Bridgeman, 14X Paul Hart, 23d Trey Datweiler MMSA Mini Sprints: First Heat - 99 Dean Parker, 77 Blaine Lewis, 22 Brandon Coffey, _________ 73 Blake Vermillion, 97 Dale Day Second Heat - 2S Bradley Strunk, 5 Jesse Vermillion, 11 Brandon Smith, ___________ 19B Brandon Deputy, 17d Dylan Moan Third Heat - 34T Cody Trammel, 88X Jeff Schindler, 8E8 Ethan Rutherford, ___________ 41 Tim Hirsch, 56 Kinser Medler Feature - 2s Bradley Strunk, 77 Blaine Lewis, 5 Jesse Vermillion, _______ 34T Cody Trammel, 8E8 Ethan Rutherford, 11 Brandon Smith, _______ 88x Jeff Schindler, 22 Brandon Coffey, 19B Brandon Deputy, _______ 17D Dylan Moan, 56 Kinser Medler, 9H Josh Hixson, _______ 99 Dean Parker, 26 Keith Langley, 73 Blake Vermillion, _______ 77x Gregory Dedrick, 11D Darrell Odell, 14 Jason MIlls, _______ 97 Dale Day, 419 Jaylon Mills, 9HX Devin Hayhurst Shullick Speeds to Fourth Victory of 2018 in C's Beverage Summer Championship OSWEGO, NY (July 16, 2018) - Defending Novelis Supermodified champion Dave Shullick Jr. At that same time the caution flag waved, saving the top spot for Henry.
That race is the Hoosier Sprint Nationals which will also be at Tri-State Speedway. Provided as News and Information for Tri-State Speedway and MSCS. took off from his fifth place starting spot to win the C’s Beverage ‘Summer Championship’ this past Saturday night at the Oswego Speedway. On the restart Sanders again went upstairs and rode the thick Placerville cushion around Henry once again to take over the point off turn two.
Soon lapped traffic became heavy for the leaders to work. He was followed by Robert Ballou in fourth and Isaac Chapple in fifth. He was driving a car that is owned by teammate Kent Schmidt. Furr would race on to score the win over Sanders, Kaeding, Jerry Bonnema, and Tanner Boul.
The track prep crew responded and worked the surface until racing was possible. STAY CONNECTED- Stay up to speed with all things Ocean Speedway by visiting the website at by following us on Twitter @Ocean_Speedway, or by liking us on Facebook at https:// On Saturday evening at Placerville Speedway the talented duo battled it out towards the end of an exciting 25-lap feature, with Sanders coming out on top to claim his 10th overall victory of the season.
Chase Briscoe prevailed in winning the MOWA Winged Sprint feature. Great racing was seen in all four divisions on Saturday during Mountain Democrat Kids Bike Night.
Brandon Mattox s newly acquired 2V ride returned to the pits on a hook. 2018 Winners- Justin Sanders (March 30th), Bud Kaeding (April 13th), Justin Sanders (April 27th), Brad Furr (May 4th), Bud Kaeding (May 11th), Koen Shaw (June 15th), Justin Sanders (July 6th), Brad Furr (July 13th). by Taco Bravo are back in action on Friday night at Ocean Speedway as they will take on the Civil War Sprints pres.
Minus a car Mattox had to sit out the remainder of the program. Prior to any preliminaries the entire program was delayed by threatening weather and rainfall. by Flowmaster in the Howard Kaeding Classic opener. Justin Sanders, Ryan Mc Daniel, Dan Jinkerson and Ben Wiesz snag exciting wins at Placerville Speedway on Saturday By Gary Thomas Placerville, CA – July 14, 2018…When it comes to Winged Sprint Car triumphs throughout Northern California in 2018 Aromas racer Justin Sanders and Auburn’s Andy Forsberg rank right near the top of that list.
and Aric Iosue brought the field to green for the 50-lap main event with Iosue leading the first circuit from the outside. Track prep had taken place prior to the feature and cars were able to run on virtually every square inch of the bullring.
After diving to the low side of rookie Tyler Thompson on the initial start, Shullick was on a mission from the inside of the third row and quickly began to work the outside lane on fourth starting Brandon Bellinger, Connors, and Iosue. On lap 12 Gualda hopped the cushion in turn three and stopped to bring out a yellow, forcing him to the rear of the field. 52, Logan Rayvals in 12th, and Thompson who had since dropped all the way back to 11th. The points leader was now out of the race with 23 laps to go and this allowed the second, third, and fourth place drivers in the standings of Shampine, Barnes and Shullick, to close the gap on the seven time track champion. Placerville’s own Jimmy Trulli came home in third, with Reno’s Adam Walters in fourth and 14th starter Colby Wiesz of Colfax in fifth. Lapped traffic became a major factor for the leaders at the halfway point and it was on lap 27 when Shampine looked high on a lapped car that Sitterly attempted to fill the gap, but the two brushed with Sitterly pounding the inside hub rail before cutting back across the track and making heavy contact with the outside wall to bring out the Canale Insurance & Accounting yellow flag. All of the lapped cars were left in between the new top three of Shullick, Shampine and Iosue on the ensuing restart and this wound up allowing Shullick to pull away even further from the rest of the field, eventually lapping up to 8th place Jeff West by the completion of the main event. Gualda rebounded from the early issues to finish sixth, with the remainder of the top-10 comprised of Zane Blanchard, Cody Hodgson, Hopkins and Chris Masters. The first seven cars were all that finished on the lead lap. Continuing to battle for second, Bernal would soon have issues with his left front and would come to a stop on the 21st lap, and a hard charging Bud Kaeding would find himself back in the mix as he was back in third. Runner-up Stephen Schnapf was looking for a second MSCS feature win. The leaders were lapping cars at a rapid pace and had most of the field down one or more laps. While chasing after Furr, Sanders would soon have his hands full as Ryan Bernal entered the mix and began giving Sanders fits for second. By the completion of lap 2, Shullick found the high side of Bellinger for third before taking the runner up position away from Connors one lap later coming off the exit of turn four. When going back green Hopkins made an impressive move to drive around Forsberg for second but would trip on the cushion in turn four and allow Forsberg to maintain the spot.