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#1 flash49

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Posted 09 August 2019 - 10:32 PM

Another great night of weather for racing at the Lernerville Speedway.  There were 24 410 Sprints, 20 Big Block Mods, 13 Super Late Models, and 14 Pro Stocks in the pits.  Results as follows:

 

 

Big Block Mod A-Main:

 

 

1.         Rex King Jr. (165) from 8th

2.         John Mollick (4J) from 4th

3.         Dave Murdick (61)

4.         Brian Swartzlander (83) from 6th

5.         Rex King Sr. (65) from 9th

6.         Jeremiah Shingledecker (37md) from 10th

7.         Steve Feder (45) from 18th

8.         Jeff Miller (75) from 15th

9.         Mike Dougherty (18jr)

10.       Rick Regalski (13R)

11.       Colton Walters (18)

12.       Chris Rudolph (25)

13.       Mark Frankhouser (03)

14.       Shawn Fleeger (88) 

15.       Bill Barr (Area 51)

16.       Kevin Long (22)

17.       Randy Chronister (71)

18.       Will Thomas (9) DNF

19.       Garrett Krummert (29) DNF

20.       Dave Reges (27R) DNS

 

 

Big  Block Mod Heat #1:

 

 

1.          John Mollick (4J)

2.          Rex King Sr. (65)

3.          Garrett Krummert (29)

4.          Will Thomas (9) from 8th

5.          Kevin Long (22)

6.          Mike Dougherty (18jr)

7.          Rick Regalski (13R)

8.          Jeff Miller (75)

9.          Mark Frankhouser (03)

10.        Shawn Fleeger (88)

 

 

Big Block Mod Heat #2:

 

 

1.           Rex King Jr. (165) from 4th

2.           Brian Swartzlander (83) from 5th

3.           Colton Walters (18)

4.           Dave Murdick (61) from 7th

5.           Jeremiah Shingledecker (37md) from 8th

6.           Chris Rudolph (25)

7.           Bill Barr (Area 51)

8.           Randy Chronister (71)

9.           Steve Feder (45) DNF

10.         Dave Reges (27R) DNS

 

 

410 Sprint A-Main:

 

 

1.          Jack Sodeman Jr. (23jr)

2.          Danny Mumaw (28) from 5th

3.          Carl Bowser (11) from 10th

4.          Gary Kriess (55)

5.          Dan Shetler (7K) from 11th

6.          Henry Malcuit (70)

7.          Dan Kuriger (08)

8.          Jeff Halligan (5)

9.          Jim Morris (4N)

10.        Russ Sansosti (23S) from 14th

11.        Tim Wagaman (1*)

12.        Dan McCarren (22M)

13.        Ralph Spithaler (56)

14.        Frankie Nervo (21N)

15.        Sadie Siegel (91)

16.        Davey Jones (76) DNF

17.        Leyton Wagner (38) DNF

18.        Zach Morrow (27) DNF

19.        Jeremy Hill (14H) DNF

20.        Mike Marano II (34M) DNF

 

Brandon Spithaler qualifed for the feature, however, at the end of his heat apparently something broke in the rear-end of his car and came into the cockpit, necessitating a ride to the hospital. A. J. Flick had some sort of motor problem all evening, and was not able to make the A-Main.  Both Jack Sodeman Jr. and Carl Bowser moved ahead of him in points.  

 

 

410 Sprint Heat #1:

 

 

1.           Jim Morris (4N)

2.           Gary Kriess (55) 

3.           Danny Mumaw (28)

4.           Davey Jones (76)

5.           Dan McCarren (22M)

6.           Frankie Nervo (21N)

7.           Sadie Siegel (91)

8.           A. J. Flick (2) DNF

 

 

410 Sprint Heat #2:

 

 

1.           Jack Sodeman Jr. (23jr)

2.           Tim Wagaman (1*)

3.           Dan Kuriger (08)

4.           Carl Bowser (11) from 7th

5.           Ralph Spithaler (56)

6.           Zach Morrow (27)

7.           Pete Landrum (44)

8.           Leyton Wagner (38) DNF

 

 

410 Sprint Heat #3:

 

 

1.            Henry Malcuit (70)

2.            Jeff Halligan (5)

3.            Brandon Spithaler (22)

4.            Dan Shetler (7K)

5.            Russ Sansosti (23S)

6.            Mike Marano II (34M) 

7.            Jeremy Hill (114H)

8.            Bill Kiley (4K)

 

 

410 Sprint B-Main:   (6 to A-Main)

 

 

1.             Zach Morrow (27)

2.             Frankie Nervo (21N)

3.             Jeremy Hill (14H)

4.             Mike Marano II (34M)

5.             Leyton Wagner (38)

6.             Sadie Siegel (91)

7.             Pete Landrum (44) DNQ

8.             A. J. Flick (2) DNF/DNQ

9.             Bill Kiley (4K) DNQ

 

 

Super Late Model A-Main:

 

 

1.            Brandon Wearing (B1) from 10th

2.            Clate Copeman (28C) from 8th

3.            Colton Flinner (48) DNF

4.            Tony Burke (23)

5.            Jayme Beck (92)

6.            Tyler Dietz (77) DNF

7.            John Myers (12) DNF

8.            Kelvin Kohan (15*) DNF

9.            Chris Schneider (55) DNF

10.          Ken Schaltenbrand (29) DNF

11.          Tommy Beck (91) DNF

12.          Mike Miller (81) DNF

13.          Clayton Kennedy (9) DNS

 

Tyler Dietz led the first 23 laps and at one point had a 3/4 lap lead on the second place car.  However, on a 23 lap restart, Flinner, now in second place, pulled a really shitty slide job which ended up with Dietz going off the back straight.

 

 

Super Late Model Heat #1:

 

 

1.             Colton Flinner (48) from 5th

2.             Tommy Beck (91)

3.              Kelvin Kohan (15*)

4.              Tyler Dietz (77)

5.              Tony Burke (23)

6.              Brandon Wearing (B1)

7.              Chris Schneider (55) 

 

 

Super Late Model Heat #2:

 

 

1.              Ken Schaltenbrand (29)

2.              Mike Miller (81)

3.              Clayton Kennedy (9)

4.              Clate Copeman (28C)

5.              John Myers (12)

6.              Jayme Beck (92)  

 

 

Pro Stock A-Main:

 

 

1.              Terry Young (28Y

2.              Tyler Dietz (27)

3.              Corey McPherson (c33)

4.              Joe Kelley (66)

5.              Brett McDonald (25)

6.              Mike Bordt (26)

7.              Dale Tuche (310)

8.              Scott Byers (29B)

9.              Chase Lambert (22jr)

10.            Butch Lambert (Hartman 10) DNF

11.            Ryan Moyer (13x) DNF

12.            Joey Zambotti (948) DNF

13.            Sam Eichelberger (17) DNf

14.            Jake Dietz (35B) DNF

 

 

Pro Stock Heat #1:

 

 

1.               Joey Zambotti (948)

2.               Terry Young (28Y)

3.               Mike Bordt (26)

4.               Sam Eichelberger (17)

5.               Brett McDonald (25)

6.               Butch Lambert (Hartman 10)

7.               Chase Lambert (22jr)

 

 

Pro Stock Heat #2:

 

 

1.               Tyler Dietz (27)

2.               Joe Kelley (66)

3.               Ryan Moyer (13x)

4.               Corey McPherson (c33)

5.               Jake Dietz (35B)

6.               Scott Byers (29B)

7.               Dale Tuche (310)


Edited by flash49, 10 August 2019 - 09:52 AM.



 

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Posted 09 August 2019 - 11:42 PM

Super lates... 8 of 13 DNF or DNS? Is this accurate? What happened?

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Posted 09 August 2019 - 11:48 PM

Only serious wreck was Kelvin Kohan climbing the front straight wall.  Just mechanical problems or flat tires, I guess.



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Posted 09 August 2019 - 11:54 PM

Yes, it's accurate. Beck dropped within a couple of laps. Kohan got into the frontstretch wall on his own (after being body slammed twice by Flinner earlier). The slider that Flash mentioned took out Dietz and I think one other car. It was a pretty rough feature.

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Posted 10 August 2019 - 04:03 PM

As much as I want to call the slider dirty, I don't think it was. Tyler then had to check up hard and that's when it went really bad. Another car went over the hill and hard into Dietz, 


My dad drove late models in the early 70's at North Hills, Butler, Mercer, Blanket Hill, and occasionally Tri City. We won the last late model track championship at Blanket Hill. 


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Posted 11 August 2019 - 10:37 AM

Agree FanJim24! Overdrives into turn and like usual, the car backs off so they dont run into him. Which usually results in damage to that car. You can take anyone and put them in unlimited resources, but that doesnt make you a driver. It will get you up front but how you get there determines what kind of driver you are!

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Posted 12 August 2019 - 03:08 PM

I wasn't calling the slider dirty, just poorly executed.



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Posted 12 August 2019 - 04:55 PM

He should have been DQed after nearly running over an official who was who was stopping him from entering the track until it was clear to do so. This happened with one lap to go, what could he possibly have to gain?

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Posted 12 August 2019 - 07:45 PM

He should have been DQed after nearly running over an official who was who was stopping him from entering the track until it was clear to do so. This happened with one lap to go, what could he possibly have to gain?

I forgot about him entering the track under green. So he wasn't granted Flinner type privileges to rejoin the race under green? I just figured he was a Flinner, so he got advantages.  


My dad drove late models in the early 70's at North Hills, Butler, Mercer, Blanket Hill, and occasionally Tri City. We won the last late model track championship at Blanket Hill. 





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