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The Mike Peters Open At Bubba Raceway Park

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BRP LogoBy- Jim Rouse
 
6-29-13. Ocala, FL- The Bubba Army Late Models, in conjunction with the Sunoco United Dirt Late Model Challenge Series presented by Buddy’s Home Furnishings, ran a 50-lapper to honor the man who saved the 3/8 mile oval in Ocala, Florida. The Scorpion Racing Products UMP DirtCar Open-Wheel Modifieds also ran 50 laps, the Hobby Stocks and 1-800-ASK GARY Thunder Stocks both ran for $500, and the Rent-N-Roll Gladiators closed out the night.
 
UMP Modifieds opened up the night with Bryan Bernhardt leading the opening stint from Pole. Buzzie Reutimann’s night would come to an end in turn two- just three laps in- with some mechanical troubles, and Rich Pratt also came to a halt there on lap five while riding second. Tim Gay and Justin Galbreath were fighting at the tail of the field and a spin from Gay resulted in Bernhardt receiving front-end damage. Bernhardt would retire due to the damages leaving Kyle Bronson with the lead. Bronson would put his foot down and lap all the way past fourth placed Paul Snyder. Roger Crouse finished second while Jeff Mathews finished third, just in front of Bronson. Snyder was fourth and Chuck Gustafson, Jr. rounded out the top five.
 
Hobby Stocks ran second and it was Devin Walker stealing the early lead from outside pole. Sean Monoghan took the lead away from Walker on a lap three restart, but Tim Powers would steal the lead from Monoghan on lap six. Dennis Williams found himself spinning in turn three after struggling to get around the lapped car of Alvin Adkison on lap ten, setting up a restart with Powers, Monoghan, and Brian Morgan the top three. Walker would stop in turn two with troubles with just five to go, setting up Powers, Brian Morgan, and Monoghan. Powers held on to beat his fellow “Big Lake Boy” Brian Morgan for the $500 win. Jeff Stalnaker, Jr., Sean Monoghan, and Bubba Christian rounded out the top five.
 
The Late Models kicked off their feature with outside pole-sitter Mark Whitener leading lap one. Adam Bedenbaugh smacked the wall on lap fifteen giving Austin Kirkpatrick and Tyler Ivey another shot at Whitener. The cautions remained at a minimum as the drivers had amazing battles all over the track, except for the lead as Mark Whitener dominated the Mike Peters Open. Tyler Ivey was his only close competitor while Rich Pratt and Kyle Bronson duked it out for third. Pratt won that battle while Austin Kirkpatrick completed the top five.
 
1-800-ASK GARY Thunder Stock drivers put on a clinic for an opening stint as they ran seven laps caution free with side-by-side action deep in the field. Randy Strehle had opened up a gap, but continued to work hard on each restart. Brandon Elwood and Melvin Fockler had some fun as they battled for fifth and that brought out the final caution with just three laps left. Strehle held on to win over Jeff Stalnaker, Jr. in what is Strehle's first win at Bubba Raceway Park. John Florkowski finished a career best third with Shane Guessford and Melvin Fockler the top five.
 
The Rent-N-Roll Gladiators tried five-wide for the lead, but that didn't work. Dave Arivett used the second attempt at a race start to take the lead that he held for most of the race. With just four to go, Ray Hunter passed Arivett as he went on to win the feature. Arivett, John Moore, Stephen Frankland, and Kody Fisher rounded out the top five. Moore was found illegal in tech, so Frankland is credited with third, Fisher with fourth, and Tyler Bryden now finishes fifth.
 
We take next week-end off as NASCAR will be racing in Daytona, but we return on the 13th with an action packed Saturday night! For more info, please visit www.bubbaracewaypark.com or call us at 352-622-9400!


Bubba Raceway Park Results (6/29/13)
 
Bubba Army Late Models:
 
R2C Competition Series Filters Qualifying)
1- 0 Rich Pratt 17.062 (2)
2- 11 Austin Kirkpatrick 17.337 (2)
3- 47 Tyler Ivey 17.610 (1)
4- 12 Jack Nosbisch, Jr. 18.121 (1)
5- 40B Kyle Bronson 18.205 (3)
6- 15 Roger Crouse 18.397 (2)
7- 33 Carter Stokes 19.324 (2)
8- 58 Mark Whitener 18.329 (1)
9- 71 Bo Allen 19.190 (3)
10- 21 Ivedent Lloyd, Jr. 19.262 (3)
11- 7 David Denson 19.524 (3)
12- 61 Tom Scott 19.676
13- 33 Jeff Mathews 19.782 (1)
14- 14 Tyler Clem 20.085 (2)
15- 54 Dalton Myers 23.232 (1)
 
Heat 1)
1- 47 Tyler Ivey
2- 58 Mark Whitener
3- 12 Jack Nosbisch, Jr.
4- 33 Jeff Mathews
SCR- 54 Dalton Myers
 
Heat 2)
1- 0 Rich Pratt
2- 11 Austin Kirkpatrick
3- 15 Roger Crouse
4- 33 Carter Stokes
5- 14 Tyler Clem
 
Heat 3)
1- 40B Kyle Bronson
2- 71 Bo Allen
3- 21 Ivedent Lloyd, Jr.
4- 7 David Denson
5- 61 Thomas Scott
 
Feature)
1- 58 Mark Whitener
2- 47 Tyler Ivey
3- 0 Rich Pratt
4- 40B Kyle Bronson
5- 11 Austin Kirkpatrick
6- 71 Bo Allen
7- 12 Jack Nosbisch, Jr.
8- 33 Carter Stokes
9- 14 Tyler Clem
10- 54 Dalton Myers
11- 21 Ivedent Lloyd, Jr.
12- 15 Adam Bedenbaugh
13- 33 Jeff Mathews
14- 7 David Denson
15- 61 Thomas Scott
 
Scorpion Racing Products UMP DirtCar Open-Wheel Modifieds:
 
R2C Competition Series Filters Qualifying)
1- 15 Adam Bedenbaugh 18.868 (1)
2- 33 Jeff Mathews 19.006 (2)
3- 33 Bryan Bernhardt 19.136 (2)
4- 40B Kyle Bronson 19.192 (3)
5- 78 Rich Pratt 19.220 (2)
6- 00 Buzzie Reutimann 19.334 (3)
7- 64 Austin Sanders 19.756 (1)
8- 15 Chuck Gustafson, Jr. 19.802 (1)
9- 9 Roger Crouse 20.086 (3)
10- 18 Jason Intoppa 20.313 (2)
11- 1K Scott Kurtzner 20.452 (2)
12- 72 Justin Galbreath 20.592 (2)
13- 115 Charlie Howard, Jr. 20.757 (3)
14- 8 Tim Gay 20.848 (1)
15- 75 Charlie O’Neill 20.931 (1)
16- 61 Ronnie Soltis 21.663 (1)
17- 54 Paul Snyder NO TIME (3)
 
Heat 1)
1- 15 Chuck Gustafson, Jr.
2- 75 Charlie O’Neill
3- 64 Austin Sanders
4- 61 Ronnie Soltis
5- 15 Adam Bedenbaugh
6- 9 Tim Gay
 
Heat 2)
1- 33 Jeff Mathews
2- 78 Rich Pratt
3- 33 Bryan Bernhardt
4- 18 Jason Intoppa
5- 1K Scott Kurtzner
6- 72 Justin Galbreath
 
Heat 3)
1- 40B Kyle Bronson
2- 9 Roger Crouse
3- 54 Paul Snyder
4- 115 Charlie Howard, Jr.
SCR- 00 Buzzie Reutimann
 
Feature)
1- 40B Kyle Bronson
2- 9 Roger Crouse
3- 33 Jeff Mathews
4- 54 Paul Snyder
5- 15 Chuck Gustafson, Jr.
6- 18 Jason Intoppa
7- 75 Charlie O’Neill
8- 115 Charlie Howard, Jr.
9- 33 Bryan Bernhardt
10- 1K Scott Kurtzner
11- 72 Justin Galbreath
12- 8 Tim Gay
13- 78 Rich Pratt
14- 64 Austin Sanders
15- 61 Ronnie Soltis
16- 00 Buzzie Reutimann
SCR- 15 Adam Bedenbaugh
 
Bubba Army Hobby Stocks:
 
Heat 1)
1- 44 Tim Powers
2- 59 Jeff Stalnaker, Jr.
3- 24 Dennis Williams
4- 8 Mike Stalnaker
5- 51 Sean Monoghan
6- 41 Tim Odham
7- 54 Alvin Adkison
8- 04 Bubba Christian
9- 21 Bill Gardner
 
Heat 2)
1- 15 Hunter Gustafson
2- 9 Brian Morgan
3- 07 Donnie Reed
4- 55 Heath Walker
5- 55 Devin Walker
6- 82 John Ward
7- 14 William Edwards
8- 8 Austin Carr
 
Feature)
1- 44 Tim Powers
2- 9 Brian Morgan
3- 59 Jeff Stalnaker, Jr.
4- 51 Sean Monoghan
5- 04 Bubba Christian
6- 15 Hunter Gustafson
7- 55 Heath Walker
8- 14 William Edwards
9- 82 John Ward
10- 54 Alvin Adkison
11- 07 Donnie Reed
12- 55 Devin Walker
13- 24 Dennis Williams
14- 8 Austin Carr
15- 8 Mike Stalnaker
SCR- 41 Timothy Odom
SCR- 21 Bill Gardner
 
1-800-ASK GARY Thunder Stocks
 
Heat 1)
1- 24 Randy Strehle
2- 34 Shane Guessford
3- 98C Doran Cheney
4- 28 Brandon Elwood
5- 26 Richard Collins
SCR- 6 Tony Campbell
 
Heat 2)
1- 54 John Florkowski
2- 46 Jeffrey Smith
3- 13 William Gillam
4- 15 Mike Valdes
5- 33 Jason Gamble
6- 85 Chuck Cessna
 
Heat 3)
1- 9 Jeff Stalnaker, Jr.
2- 33 Melvin Fockler
3- 75 Jon Layerd
4- 1 Mike Tovet
5- 51 Brandon Tillander
6- 12 Bubba Durbin
 
Feature)
1- 24 Randy Strehle
2- 9 Jeff Stalnaker, Jr.
3- 54 John Florkowski
4- 34 Shane Guessford
5- 33 Melvin Fockler
6- 13 William Gillam
7- 75 Jon Layerd
8- 98C Doran Cheney
9- 28 Brandon Elwood
10- 85 Chuck Cessna
11- 15 Mike Valdes
12- 46 Jeffrey Smith
13- 51 Brandon Tillander
14- 1 Mike Tovet
15- 33 Jason Gamble
16- 12 Bubba Durbin
SCR- 26 Richard Collins
SCR- 6 Tony Campbell
 
Rent-N-Roll Gladiators:
 
Heat 1)
1- 79 Ray Hunter
2- 66 John Moore
3- 7UK Stephen Frankland
4- 83 Kody Fisher
5- 31T Tyler Bryden
6- 75 Dave Arivett
7- 07 Ty Gamble
8- 85 Chuck Cessna
 
Feature)
1- 79 Ray Hunter
2- 75 Dave Arivett
3- 66 John Moore
4- 7UK Stephen Frankland
5- 83 Kody Fisher
6- 31T Tyler Bryden
7- 85 Jeremy Cessna
8- 07 Ty Gamble

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