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Results 6-28-14

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img 9053The first half of the 2014 racing season came to a close this past Saturday Night. The night ended in a bang with a lot of great racing action, to be followed by a beautiful Pre-4th of July Fireworks Show.

The Hobby Stocks were first out for their 20 lap feature event. Rick Elwood (92) would find himself leading the first half of this race in comfort, until Eric Moon (18) made his way through the field into the second position. Once Moon maneuvered his way through the field and caught Elwood these two would battle it out for the top position for last 5 laps. At the checkered Elwood would win followed by Moon, third would go to Cory Howard (22), forth to Brandon Elwood (28E) and rounding out the fifth position would be Joe Forsyth (17F).

Next up would be the Scorpion Performance Engine Modifieds to take to the track. The original line up would have Austin Sanders (64) and Paul Snyder (54) starting on the front row, followed by Buzzie Reutimann (00) and Roger Crouse (9) starting in the second row. Race control would then offer up a challenge to all 4 drivers. The challenge would be to go to the back of the 10 car field, If one of these 4 drivers would win the feature they would receive a $300 dollar bonus. Sanders, Snyder and Reutimann would accept the challenge leaving Crouse and Shane Nichols (65) for a front row start. Crouse would take advantage of the front row start and jump out to an early lead putting distance on Sanders and Snyder, but unfortunate luck for Reutimann saw him retire his automobile at lap 9 win a caution was displayed for the lapped car of Ronnie Soltis (61). The field would go green for the remainder of the race with Sanders and Snyder edging closer to Crouse, time would run out and Crouse would take the checkered flag and the win. Followed closely across the line by Sanders, Snyder, Nichols and rounding out the top 5 was Duane Paul Jr. (51).

E-Modifieds was the next feature to take to the track, and this race would have another drastic change in the original line up as David Arivette (75) and Shane Williams (21) would swap rides from the heat races. This leaving Kyle Arvin (96) and Caleb Harris (17) to set the pace for this event. Arvin would lead until lap 16 when charges from Williams would see Williams take the lead and cruise to the checkered flags. Williams would be followed by Arvin, Jason Gamble (73), Sean Babcock (00) and leader of the pack Tom Sheehan (5).

The V-8 Thunder and Lighting series came out in full force, as the 25 cars slated to take the green filled the track. John Florkowski (54) and Jeff Stalnaker Jr. (9) lead the field to the green flag, Florkowski would charge to an early lead, with no cautions until lap 9 when lapped traffic would get in the way of the leaders and William Edwards (08) would take advantage and gain the first position. After a series of restarts, the race would see another long green flag until Lap 22 when Josh Hughes (14) would take a slow but not so easy roll-over on the front straight away. The green flag would be displayed again and Edwards would lead to the checkered flag, but not have any luck in tech, as Williams would be disqualified and relinquish the win to Shane Williams (11K), Williams would be followed across the line by Florkowski, Justin Durbin (3G), Jonathan Appleby (69A) and Marlon Durbin (1M) would round out the top five.

The Rent-N-Roll Gladiator division was up next with 4 equally matched cars, that made for a great race. Steve "Scooby" Johnson would take the early lead as Robert Gullette (2) would attempt to pass every lap, but could not get a good enough run to make the pass. Scooby would breeze to the checkered flag, Gullette would relinquish second spot to Stephen Frankland (7UK) on the final lap because of a flat tire, Gullette held on to third and was followed across the line by Ken McCloud (10).

Bubba Raceway Park Owners, Management and Staff would like to thank all the drivers, car owners, crews and fans for a great first half of the 2014 season. We will be taking a break for the month of July to do some much needed maintenance and up keep on the facility. We look forward to seeing you again in August. Join us August 1, 2014 for Open Practice. Then August 2, 2014 for the United Dirt Late Model Challenge Series $3000. to win, Race #4 of the Hobby Stock Hercules Series $1000. to win, E-Modifieds, V-8 Thunder Stocks and Gladiators.

 

Hobby Stock

Feature

1. Rick Elwood 92
2. Eric Moon 18
3. Cory Hupp 22
4. Brandon Elwood 28E
5. Joe Forsyth 17F
6. David Arivett 76
7. Ronnie Whitley 84
8. Robert Allen 98
9. Alvin Adkinson 54
10. Jon Layered 02
11. Jason Tackett 75
12. Joey Durbin 1M
13. Richard Calmes Jr. 4C
14. Tom Sheehan 55

Heat 1

1. Joe Forsyth 17F
2. Jon Layered 02
3. David Arivette 76
4. Rick Elwood 92
5. Joey Durbin 1M
6. Richard Calmes 4C
7. Robert Allen 98 DNS

Heat 2

1. Eric Moon 18
2. Cory Hupp 22
3. Ronnie Whitley 84
4. Alvin Adkinson 54
5. Brandon Elwood 28E
6. Jason Tackett 75 DNS
7. Tom Sheehan 55 DNS

Modified

Feature

1. Roger Crouse 9
2. Austin Sanders 64
3. Paul Snyder 54
4. Shane Nichols 65
5. Duane Paul Jr. 51
6. Lennie O'Neill 75C
7. Ronnie Soltis 61
8. Jerome Dipple 53
9. Buzzie Reutimann 00
10. Ron Burgess 122

Heat 1

1. Austin Sanders 64
2. Buzzie Reutimann 00
3. Shane Nichols 65
4. Lennie O'Neill 75C
5. Duan Paul Jr. 51

Heat 2

1. Paul Snyder 54
2. Roger Crouse 9
3. Ronnie Soltis 61
4. Ron Burgess 122
5. Jerome Dipple 53

E-Modified

Feature

1. Shane Williams 21
2. Kyle Arvin 96
3. Jason Gamble 73
4. Sean Babcock 00
5. Tom Sheehan 5
6. Caleb Harris 17
7. David Arivett 75
8. Dustin Thayer 10T

Heat 1

1. Kyle Arvin 96
2. Caleb Harris 17
3. Shane Williams 75
4. David Arivette 21
5. Sean Babcock 00
6. Dustin Thayer 10T
7. Jason Gamble 73
8. Tom Sheehan 5 DNS
 

V-8 Thunder & Lighting Series

Feature

1. Shane Williams 11K
2. John Florkowski 54
3. Justin Durbin 3G
4. Jonathan Appleby 69A
5. Marlon Durbin 1M
6. Michael Stalnaker 8
7. Josh Hughes 14
8. Patrick Mennenga 10
9. Brandon Elwood 28E
10. Karlin Ray 72
11. Eddie Woodall 2W
12. Marco Reyes 93
13. Michael Ogelsby 31
14. Gene Posey Jr. 56
15. Don Bishop 18
16. Jeff Stalnaker Jr.
17. William O'Quinn 09
18. Joey Durbin 12
19. Randy Strehle 24
20. Jason Gamble 33D
21. Kevin Mills 24K
22. Pat Dent 11
23. James Strehle 42 DNS
24. Cory Howard 4H DNS
25. William Edwards 08 DQ Tech

Heat 1

1. John Florkowski 54
2. Josh Hughes 14
3. Michael Stalnaker 8
4. Don Bishop 18
5. William O'Quinn 09
6. James Strehle 42
7. Michael Ogelsby 31
8. Kevin Mills 24K DNS
9. Cory Howard 4H DNS

Heat 2

1. Jeff Stalnaker Jr. 9
2. Jonathan Appleby 69A
3. Karlin Ray 72
4. Patrick Mennenga 10
5. Marco Reyes 93
6. Randy Strehle 24
7. Eddie Woodall 2W
8. Joey Durbin 12

Heat 3

1. Justin Durbin 3G
2. Brandon Elwood 28E
3. Gene Posey Jr. 56
4. Pat Dent 11
5. Marlon Durbin 1M
6. Jason Gamble 33D
7. Shane Williams 11K
8. William Edwards DQ Tech

Gladiator

Feature

1. Steve Johnson 81
2. Stephen Frankland 7UK
3. Robert Gullette 2
4. Ken McCloud 10

Heat 1

1. Steve Johnson 81
2. Stephen Frankland 7UK
3. Robert Gullete 2
4. Ken McCloud 10

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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