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#1 Wing_Nut

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Posted 14 July 2012 - 09:58 AM

Entry List Samuel 150 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East CNB Bank Raceway Park July 14, 2012 CAR DRIVER/HOMETOWN TEAM OWNER CREW CHIEF 1. 1 Sergio Peña, Winchester, Va. Gunma Toyopet Toyota Shigeaki Hattori Matt Goslant 2. 2 Ryan Gifford, Winchester, Tenn. Universal Technical Institute/NTI Toyota Max Siegel Dennis Connor 3. 4 Bryan Ortiz, Bayamon, Puerto Rico * Toyota Racing Development Toyota Max Siegel Mardy Lindley 4. 6 Kyle Larson, Elk Grove, Calif. * Rev Racing Toyota Max Siegel Randy Goss 5. 07 Corey LaJoie, Concord, N.C. Sims Metal Management Ford Randy LaJoie Ron Otto 6. 8 Jorge Arteaga, Aguascalientes, Mexico * Sign Innovations Toyota Max Siegel Mark Green 7. 9 Chase Elliott, Dawsonville, Ga. Aaron's/HendrickCars.com Chevrolet Bill Elliott Lance McGrew 8. 11 Brett Moffitt, Grimes, Iowa Don Valley North Toyota Dealership Toyota Shigeaki Hattori Dave McCarty 9. 12 Jorge Contreras Jr., Naucalpan, Mexico * Grupo Cedva/Champion Racing Oil Dodge Lori Williams Troy Williams 10. 18 Darrell Wallace, Jr., Concord, N.C. Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota J.D. Gibbs Bryant Frazier 11. 19 Chuck Buchanan, Hildebrand, N.C. * Spring Drug/Peppers Grill Chevrolet Chuck Buchanan Sr. Craig Wood 12. 22 Sam Hunt, Midlothian, Va. * Oakley Tank Lines/Bruster’s Dodge Rick Gdovic Kevin Cunningham 13. 27 Tim Bainey Jr., Phillipsburg, Pa. Window World/DelGrosso Chevrolet TBA TBA 14. 28 Nathan Russell, Curwensville, Pa. * VSI Racing/Russell Stone Products Chevrolet Daniel Russell TBA 15. 31 Jimmy Weller, Hubbard, Ohio * Integrated Metal Products Toyota Jim Weller Joe Williams 16. 37 Clay Campbell, Martinsville, Va. Mt. Dew/Spraker Racing Chevrolet Susan Spraker Scott Goyer 17. 46 Brandon Gdovic, Yorktown, Va. Aquis Communications/ComServe Dodge Rick Gdovic Todd Loshe 18. 47 Cale Conley, Vienna, W.Va. PMC/Health Bridge Imaging Toyota Yale Conley David Hyder 19. 49 Harrison Rhodes, High Point, N.C. * MacDonald Motorsports Dodge Jenifer MacDonald Mark Durgin 20. 50 Jacob Wallace, Griffin, Ga. * Petro South Chevrolet Tracy Wallace Nathan Myers 21. 63 John Salemi, Nashua, N.H. John Salemi Racing Toyota Joe Salemi Kevin Salemi 22. 66 Benny Gordon, DuBois, Pa. Samuel Metals Chevrolet Frank Varischetti TBA 23. 71 Eddie MacDonald, Rowley, Mass. Grimm Construction Chevrolet Rob Grimm Rollie Lachance 24. 96 Ben Kennedy, Daytona Beach, Fla. Ben Kennedy Racing Chevrolet Robert Johnson Mike Fritts * Sunoco Rookie of the Year Contender
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Posted 14 July 2012 - 10:55 AM

Entry List
Samuel 150
NASCAR K&N Pro Series East
CNB Bank Raceway Park July 14, 2012
CAR DRIVER/HOMETOWN TEAM OWNER CREW CHIEF
1. 1 Sergio Peña, Winchester, Va. Gunma Toyopet Toyota Shigeaki Hattori Matt Goslant
2. 2 Ryan Gifford, Winchester, Tenn. Universal Technical Institute/NTI Toyota Max Siegel Dennis Connor
3. 4 Bryan Ortiz, Bayamon, Puerto Rico * Toyota Racing Development Toyota Max Siegel Mardy Lindley
4. 6 Kyle Larson, Elk Grove, Calif. * Rev Racing Toyota Max Siegel Randy Goss
5. 07 Corey LaJoie, Concord, N.C. Sims Metal Management Ford Randy LaJoie Ron Otto
6. 8 Jorge Arteaga, Aguascalientes, Mexico * Sign Innovations Toyota Max Siegel Mark Green
7. 9 Chase Elliott, Dawsonville, Ga. Aaron's/HendrickCars.com Chevrolet Bill Elliott Lance McGrew
8. 11 Brett Moffitt, Grimes, Iowa Don Valley North Toyota Dealership Toyota Shigeaki Hattori Dave McCarty
9. 12 Jorge Contreras Jr., Naucalpan, Mexico * Grupo Cedva/Champion Racing Oil Dodge Lori Williams Troy Williams
10. 18 Darrell Wallace, Jr., Concord, N.C. Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota J.D. Gibbs Bryant Frazier
11. 19 Chuck Buchanan, Hildebrand, N.C. * Spring Drug/Peppers Grill Chevrolet Chuck Buchanan Sr. Craig Wood
12. 22 Sam Hunt, Midlothian, Va. * Oakley Tank Lines/Bruster’s Dodge Rick Gdovic Kevin Cunningham
13. 27 Tim Bainey Jr., Phillipsburg, Pa. Window World/DelGrosso Chevrolet TBA TBA
14. 28 Nathan Russell, Curwensville, Pa. * VSI Racing/Russell Stone Products Chevrolet Daniel Russell TBA
15. 31 Jimmy Weller, Hubbard, Ohio * Integrated Metal Products Toyota Jim Weller Joe Williams
16. 37 Clay Campbell, Martinsville, Va. Mt. Dew/Spraker Racing Chevrolet Susan Spraker Scott Goyer
17. 46 Brandon Gdovic, Yorktown, Va. Aquis Communications/ComServe Dodge Rick Gdovic Todd Loshe
18. 47 Cale Conley, Vienna, W.Va. PMC/Health Bridge Imaging Toyota Yale Conley David Hyder
19. 49 Harrison Rhodes, High Point, N.C. * MacDonald Motorsports Dodge Jenifer MacDonald Mark Durgin
20. 50 Jacob Wallace, Griffin, Ga. * Petro South Chevrolet Tracy Wallace Nathan Myers
21. 63 John Salemi, Nashua, N.H. John Salemi Racing Toyota Joe Salemi Kevin Salemi
22. 66 Benny Gordon, DuBois, Pa. Samuel Metals Chevrolet Frank Varischetti TBA
23. 71 Eddie MacDonald, Rowley, Mass. Grimm Construction Chevrolet Rob Grimm Rollie Lachance
24. 96 Ben Kennedy, Daytona Beach, Fla. Ben Kennedy Racing Chevrolet Robert Johnson Mike Fritts
* Sunoco Rookie of the Year Contender




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Posted 14 July 2012 - 03:19 PM

I hear that Nascar great Bill Elliott is up at the track with his son Chase.

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Posted 14 July 2012 - 08:19 PM

Any Results?

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Posted 14 July 2012 - 09:12 PM

Any Results?

here was starting lineup

1 11 Brett Moffitt
2 07 Corey LaJoie
3 18 Darrell Wallace Jr
4 96 Ben Kennedy
5 1 Sergio Pena
6 6 Kyle Larson*
7 4 Bryan Ortiz*
8 9 Chase Elliott
9 2 Ryan Gifford
10 49 Harrison Rhodes
11 22 Sam Hunt*
12 31 Jimmy Weller
13 71 Eddie MacDonald
14 66 Benny Gordon
15 8 Jorge Arteaga
16 27 Tim Bainey Jr.
17 28 Nathan Russell*
18 50 Jacob Wallace*
19 37 Clay Campbell
20 63 John Salemi
21 46 Brandon Gdovic
22 19 Chuck Buchanan*
23 12 Grant Winchester

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Posted 14 July 2012 - 09:16 PM

Heard the track went DARK ... no power?

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Posted 14 July 2012 - 10:09 PM

THEY SHOULD HAVE PAYED THE FANS $30 EA. TO WATCH THAT I DON'T CARE WHAT DIRT TRACK YOU GO TO THERE WOULD BE A HELL OF A LOT MORE EXCITEMENT THAN THAT.2 THUMBS DOWN TO CNB FOR TURNING IT BACK INTO A PAVED TRACK.

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Posted 14 July 2012 - 11:14 PM

THEY SHOULD HAVE PAYED THE FANS $30 EA. TO WATCH THAT I DON'T CARE WHAT DIRT TRACK YOU GO TO THERE WOULD BE A HELL OF A LOT MORE EXCITEMENT THAN THAT.2 THUMBS DOWN TO CNB FOR TURNING IT BACK INTO A PAVED TRACK.

right on, i live 5 mins from there and you wouldn't pay a dime to go watch that circus...

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Posted 15 July 2012 - 08:56 AM

I hardly ever post on here; because I do not like all of the drama nor do care about it. But you guys are idiots the Baineys try to bring something to this area, one something most people never get a chance to watch and secondly that is the biggest race to come to this area since Ferd wallace had the same series back when. You guys are the reason tracks are shutting down never have anything good to post, always running down and never show support. If you dont like, you dont like it. Why post on it then? Just to make yourself feel good? You should buy the place if you can do better! At least there is a track around the area still to go to!

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Posted 15 July 2012 - 09:24 AM

I don't know I remember Scott Bloomquist & Shane Clanton among others racing in the Yankee Doodle on dirt. Those seemed like pretty big races to me. The only guys in that field I heard of were Jimmy Weller & Nathan Russell (because they both ran dirt). Don't care so much to watch a bunch of the old cup guys kids race.

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Posted 15 July 2012 - 09:48 AM

I hardly ever post on here; because I do not like all of the drama nor do care about it. But you guys are idiots the Baineys try to bring something to this area, one something most people never get a chance to watch and secondly that is the biggest race to come to this area since Ferd wallace had the same series back when. You guys are the reason tracks are shutting down never have anything good to post, always running down and never show support. If you dont like, you dont like it. Why post on it then? Just to make yourself feel good? You should buy the place if you can do better! At least there is a track around the area still to go to!


SIR, THE BAINEYS ARE BUSINESS PEOPLE THEY ARE THERE TO MAKE MONEY THEY DO NOT CARE WHAT YOU LIKE OR DISLIKE THEY ARE THERE TO MAKE MONEY, AND IF YOU WANT TO WATCH ASPHALT RACING GO TO THE POCONOS. THERE IS A REASON THAT TRACK SHUT DOWN THE FIRST TIME IT WAS PAVED------------ THIS IS DIRT TRACK COUNTRY!!!!!!!!!!

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Posted 15 July 2012 - 11:19 AM

Then don't go.... I really doubt the baineys have gotten rich on the speedway investment. People come on here and b**ch all the time about this track, that track. i don't believe owning a track is the panacea that some of you think it is. tracks are closing all over and it ain't cause they are making too much money. If you don't like pavement racing, don't go. You don't have to bash them. I for one like racing on both type of surfaces. They are very different but equally entertaining to myself and others. I am glad that they are trying to bring a big league venue to our part of the world. I don't recall ever running into Bill Elliot at Humnmingbird or Thunder Mountain. Give it a break, if you don't like it, don't attend, you don't have to bash the track or the effort.

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Posted 15 July 2012 - 11:31 AM

SIR, THE BAINEYS ARE BUSINESS PEOPLE THEY ARE THERE TO MAKE MONEY THEY DO NOT CARE WHAT YOU LIKE OR DISLIKE THEY ARE THERE TO MAKE MONEY, AND IF YOU WANT TO WATCH ASPHALT RACING GO TO THE POCONOS. THERE IS A REASON THAT TRACK SHUT DOWN THE FIRST TIME IT WAS PAVED------------ THIS IS DIRT TRACK COUNTRY!!!!!!!!!!

^^^^^I Agree. Asphalt racing sucks its so boring. This area is dirt racing not asphalt. And as a matter of fact the other yr at Bedford at the outlaw show there were a few legendary NASCAR drivers in the pits so I dont wana hear they dont go to dirt tracks. Hell Tony stewart owns one

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Posted 15 July 2012 - 12:42 PM

^^^^^I Agree. Asphalt racing sucks its so boring. This area is dirt racing not asphalt. And as a matter of fact the other yr at Bedford at the outlaw show there were a few legendary NASCAR drivers in the pits so I dont wana hear they dont go to dirt tracks. Hell Tony stewart owns one

LMAO, spoken like a true Western pa. Hee Haw Hillbilly.

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Posted 15 July 2012 - 12:49 PM

Ur Damn right buddy. I ain't afraid to admit it.

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Posted 15 July 2012 - 05:00 PM

you know when they peeled the dirt off at first i was pissed off too, but you know something i don't own the track and don't the pavement fans deserve a track to go to ?dirt track racing is not for everyone just like some people don't like the pavement races . more power to them if they want to pay 30 dollars to watch one class and pay 6 dollars for a hamburger and 4 dollars for a hot dog then have at it .they deserve a track to go to and with those prices you should be able to make money . we need america's raceway park open in clearfield so the locals can afford to race. just my opinion.
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Posted 15 July 2012 - 05:07 PM

I don't recall ever running into Bill Elliot at Humnmingbird or Thunder Mountain.

because bill would have been the first one in line if his kid wasn't racing right? :rolleyes: :blink:

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Posted 15 July 2012 - 06:29 PM

I thought it was a decent race, and there was a great crowd. For all those that said an asphalt race wouldn't draw fans, I think last night proved them wrong. Not quite the crowd that the Yankee Doodle on dirt had a few times, but comparatible if not larger than the Grizzly races. I've paid close to the same amount to see some big dirt late model and sprint races, and didn't see any better race than I did last night. The reason it closed when it was paved before, in my opinion was because they were trying to run a weekly schedule, with a very limited amount of local team and fan support. a couple of these sanctioned specials a year, and I think they will do just fine. I know I will keep going.

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Posted 15 July 2012 - 06:34 PM

I thought it was a decent race, and there was a great crowd. For all those that said an asphalt race wouldn't draw fans, I think last night proved them wrong. Not quite the crowd that the Yankee Doodle on dirt had a few times, but comparatible if not larger than the Grizzly races. I've paid close to the same amount to see some big dirt late model and sprint races, and didn't see any better race than I did last night.

The reason it closed when it was paved before, in my opinion was because they were trying to run a weekly schedule, with a very limited amount of local team and fan support. a couple of these sanctioned specials a year, and I think they will do just fine. I know I will keep going.

because this was nascar, people were interested...nothing more, nothing less...they didn't draw for the first show and won't draw for the septemeber show...

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Posted 15 July 2012 - 06:53 PM

Samuel Metals was very happy with the show that they helped sponsor. They were already talking last night of maybe putting the money up for two more next season.




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