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#1 Benny K

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Posted 08 June 2019 - 07:52 PM

Fastrack Late Models
Heats to Braeden Dillinger & Joel Prosser
Modifieds
Heats to Jonathan Taylor and Evan Taylor
Pro Stocks
Heat to Ray Hickock jr
14 Crates, 11 Mods, 6 Pro Stocks, 15 Pure Stocks, 18 4 cylinders


 

#2 Benny K

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Posted 08 June 2019 - 09:18 PM

Let's just say they have a lot of work to do in all phases. Starting with track prep and going from there.

#3 Benny K

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Posted 08 June 2019 - 09:53 PM

Evan Taylor wins the 25 lap Modified special feature after swapping the lead 6 times or so with his brother. Johnathan Taylor 2nd, Bill Pluta 3rd, Jamie Kohan 4th, Amber Mills 5th.

Zach Stehle won Pure Stocks.

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Posted 08 June 2019 - 10:36 PM

Crate Late Models 25 lapper goes to Braedan Dillinger(14) over Troy Frazier(0) Joel Prosser(33), Troy Shields(11) & Bob Nelson(99)

Edited by Benny K, 08 June 2019 - 10:36 PM.


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Posted 08 June 2019 - 10:53 PM

It was nice to be back at Latrobe, but as Benny said, they need a bit of fine tuning.  There were 14 Crate Late Models, 11 E-Mods, 5 Pro Stocks, 16 Pure Stocks, and 19 4-Cylinders.   Heat results as follows:

 

 

 

Pure Stock Heat #1:

 

 

1.              Jacob Weyer (87)

2.              John Hollis (81) from 7th

3.              Stephen Hazlett (969)

4.              Jim Zufall (3Z)

5.              Craig Hill (17C)

6.              Chuck Rohrbacher (77B)

7.              Dakota Hixson (96) DNS

8.              Brandon Doland (8C) DNS

 

 

Pure Stock Heat #2:

 

 

1.              Zakery Stehle (00) from 6th

2.              Josh Ferry (17)

3.              John Redshaw (62)

4.              Anthony Monteparte (100)

5.              Bill Finlay (08)

6.              Gary Taylor (X3)

7.              Dakota Hixson (96)

8.              Brad Nesline (44)

9.              C. J. Parrill (87X) DNS

 

 

Pure Stock A-Main:

 

 

1.               Zakery Stehle (00) from 3rd

2.               Josh Ferry (17) from 5th

3.               John Hollis (81)

4.               Anthony Monteparte (100) from 8th

5.               Craig Hill (17C)

6.               Jim Zufall (3Z)

7.               Stephen Hazlett (969)

8.               Jacob Weyer (87)

9.               Gary Taylor (X3)

10.             John Redshaw (62) DNF

11.             Chuck Rohrbacher (77B) DNF

12.             Dakota Hixson (96) DNF

13.             C. J. Parrill (87X) DNF

14.             Bill Finlay (06) DNF

15.             Brad Nesline (44) DNS

16.             Brandon Doland (8C) DNS

 

 

E-Mod Heat #1:

 

 

1.               Jonathan Taylor (5) from 4th

2.               Jamie Kohan (26)

3.               Joey Pluta (77P)

4.               Amber Mills (73*)

5.               Tyler Young (23T)

6.               Dale Westlake (37)

 

 

E-Mod Heat #2:

 

 

1.                Evan Taylor (7) from 5th

2.                Greg Hauger (T2)

3.                Bill Pluta Jr. (73C)

4.                Bruce Dreistadt (18D)

5.                Ed Vogel (83E) DNF

 

 

Pro Stock Heat:

 

 

1.                Ray Hickok Jr. (4ord)

2.                Martin Spade Jr. (18S)

3.                Brett McDonald (25)

4.                Tommy Dembowski (79)

5.                A. J. Poljak (36) DNF

 

 

Crate Late Model Heat #1:

 

 

1.                 Braedon Dillinger (14)

2.                 Brandon Lott (47)

3.                 Andrew Koenig (33K)

4.                 Rich Logan (33L)

5.                 Tanner Hauger (T2)

6.                 Marino Angelicchio (55)

7.                 D. J. Nakutis (31)

 

 

Crate Late Model Heat #2:

 

 

1.                 Joel Prosser (77)

2.                 Troy Frazier (0) from 7th

3.                 Troy Shields (11)

4.                 Bob Nelson (99)

5.                 Eric Smith (5)

6.                 Rob King (K1)

7                  Russell Baird (17) DNF

 

 

4 Cylinder Heat #1:

 

 

1.                 Matthew Weltz (717) from 7th

2.                 Paul Coffler (48) from 6th

3.                 Lou Prenni (0)

4.                 Jeremy Grubbs (62K)

5.                 Dylan Burkett (210)

6.                 Justin McDowell (777)

7.                 David Needham (77)

8.                 Sam Basinger (78)

9.                 Todd Detrick (65D) DNF

10.               #38? DNS

 

 

4 Cylinder Heat #2:

 

 

1.                  David Friend (28) from 8th

2.                  Larry Weltz (17)

3.                  Ed Leonard (6)

4.                  Ben Lehane (1) from 7th

5.                  Brian Noel (49) from 9th

6.                  Chad Bryant (516)

7.                  Jay Swager Jr. (13J) DNF

8.                  Dustin Detrick (95D) DNF

9.                  Brandon O'Neill (8) DNF

 

 

The heat races were run off very quickly, but then they took a 45 minute to one hour intermission.  The Pure Stock feature took 45 minute to run 8 laps, at which point the checkered flag was thrown.  Unfortunately, I could not stay any longer, and thus have no further feature results.  As I said, I enjoyed being back at Latrobe, and hopefully, management will get the bugs ironed out. 


Edited by flash49, 08 June 2019 - 11:19 PM.


#6 Hans Solo

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Posted 09 June 2019 - 12:50 AM

Not going to condemn after one night, I'm going back,  the racing wasn't bad.  to many caution laps.   Benny is right,  lot of little things they can improve on in time.  Not going to knit-pick but the one thing that didn't seem fair was they put a time limit on the pure stock feature and then spent what seemed like forever clearing wrecks and lining up cars.  only got nine laps in.  I get the time limit but there wasn't even a wrecker on the infield,  it had to come from the pits after they decided if it was needed.  Took a lot of time they could of been racing.   



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Posted 09 June 2019 - 11:14 AM

They said the winner of the Pure Stock feature (00 Stehle)  had a crate motor.   Doesn't that make him a Pro stock??  What is the difference.      



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Posted 09 June 2019 - 03:59 PM

They said the winner of the Pure Stock feature (00 Stehle)  had a crate motor.   Doesn't that make him a Pro stock??  What is the difference.      

depends on the Crate engine. I believe the 604 is legal to run with the Pro-Stocks, the 602 for the Pure Stocks.

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Posted 09 June 2019 - 05:12 PM

depends on the Crate engine. I believe the 604 is legal to run with the Pro-Stocks, the 602 for the Pure Stocks.

 

 

He had a 602 Crate motor.



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Posted 09 June 2019 - 10:12 PM

just what I heard, not certified by a certified rebuilder.  So what's up with that???? <_<



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Posted 10 June 2019 - 02:26 PM

Surprised they ran an emod special against sharon.

#12 Benny K

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Posted 11 June 2019 - 06:17 AM

Special was 5 more laps and $100 extra to win. Not anything really to compete with Sharon. 



#13 Walt Wimer

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Posted 11 June 2019 - 09:25 AM

Sure didn't, Sharon had 40 cars!!!

 

GOOD RACING!!!

 

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