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#1 flash49

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Posted 12 September 2020 - 05:22 PM

Well, the big race night has finally arrived at the Port Royal Speedway, the famed Tuscarora 50 taking center stage tonight with the All Star Circuit of Champions, paying a whopping $53K to the winner.  There are Fifty-one (51) 410 Sprint Cars in the pits ready for action.  The twenty-lap Non-Qualifiers Race will pay $2K to win and award a guaranteed starting spot to the winner for next year's Tuscarora 50.  This race will be run before the Tuscarora 50 to widen the track out a bit.  Anthony Macri was fast-timer in Group A with a 15.271 and in Group B it was Kerry Madsen at 15.478.  Lance Dewease led the first 7 or 8 laps when Rico Abreu took over the top spot, and led until he broke on lap 37, giving the lead back to Dewease.  Lance then went on to win over Anthony Macri and Dylan Cisney.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tuscarora 50 A-Main:

 

 

 

1.     Lance Dewease (69) from the pole; won by 1.154 seconds.

2.     Anthony Macri (39M)

3.     Dylan Cisney (5)

4.     Kyle Larson (57) from 22nd

5.     Cory Eliason (260

6.     Logan Wagner (1) from 19th

7.     Tyler Courtney (7BC)

8.     Spencer Bayston (39) from 20th

9.     Kerry Madsen (2M)

10.   Freddie Rahmer (51)

11.   Brent Marks (5) from 25 (PROVISIONAL)

12.   Danny Dietrich (48)

13.   Tony Stewart (14)

14.   Mike Wagner (55) 

15.   James Mc Fadden (9)

16.   Blane Heimbach (12)

17.   Ian Madsen (17)

18.   Brock Zearfoss (3Z)

19.   Brian Brown (21)

20.   Gio Scelzi (18)

21.   Aaron Reutzel (87)

22.   Paul Mc Mahan (13)

23.   Rico Abreu (24) DNF

24.   T. J. Stutts (110 DNF

25.   Jared Esh (Reinhardt 91) DNF

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tuscarora 50 Non -Qualifiers Race:

 

 

 

1.     Lucas Wolfe (24)

2.     Brett Michalski (73B)

3.     Tyler Walton (14T)

4.     Curt Stroup (19)

5.     Tyler Bear (25)

6.     Brie Hershey (97)

7.     Greg Wilson (W20)

8.     Trenton Sheaffer (8S)

9.     Dustin Baney (24B)

10.   Nicole Bower (75)

11.   Brent Shearer (12)

12.   Troy Fraker (12W) DNF

13.   Sye Lynch (42) DNF

14.   Robbie Kendall (55K) DNF

15.   Drew Ritchey (880) DNF

 

 

 

 

 

ASCoC Heat #1: (3 to A-Main; 2 to Redraw)

 

 

 

1.     Anthony Macri (39M) from 4th

2.     Gio Scelzi (18)

3.     Mike Wagner (55)

4.     Kyle Reinhardt (91)

5.     Brock Zearfoss (5Z)

6.     Robbie Kendall (55K)

7.     Brett Michalski (73B)

8.     Brent Shearer (12)

9.     Dustin Baney (24B)

 

 

 

ASCoC Heat #2:

 

 

 

1.     Lance Dewease (69K)

2.     Danny Dietrich (48)

3.     Tony Stewart (14)

4.     Blane Heimbach (12)

5.     Justin Peck (39)

6.     Mike Walter II (33W)

7.     Greg Wilson (W20)

8.     Cale Thomas (70) DNF

9.     Troy Fraker (12W) DNF

 

 

 

ASCoC Heat #3:.

 

 

 

1.     T. J. Stutts (11)

2.     Freddie Rahmer (51)

3.     Paul Mc Mahan (13)

4.     Jared Esh (98)

5.     Kyle Moody (99M)

6.     Curt Stroup (19)

7.     Alan Krimes (87) DNF

8.     Drew Ritchey (880)

 

 

 

ASCoC Heat #4:

 

 

 

1.     Rico Abreu (24)

2.     James Mc Fadden (9)

3.     Kerry Madsen (2M)

4.     Spencer Bayston (39)

5.     Ryan Smith (6)

6.     Tyler Bear (25)

7.     Trenton Sheaffer (8S)

8.     Brie Hershey (97)

 

 

 

ASCoC Heat #5:

 

 

 

1.     Tyler Courtney (7BC)

2.     Cory Eliason (26)

3.     Brian Brown (21)

4.     Kyle Larson (57)

5.     Sye Lynch (42)

6.     Skylar Gee (99)

7.     Lucas Wolfe (24)

8.     Tyler Walton (14T)

 

 

 

ASCoC Heat #6:

 

 

 

1.     Dylan Cisney (5)

2.     Aaron Reutzel (87)

3.     Ian Madsen (17)

4.     Logan Wagner (1)

5.     Brent Marks (5)

6.     A. J. Flick (2)

7.     Nicole Bower (75)

8.     Shane Stewart (72) DNF

 

 

 

ASCoC B-Main: (6 to A-Main)

 

 

 

1.     Logan Wagner (1)

2.     Spencer Bayston (39)

3.     Blane Heimbach (12)

4.     Kyle Larson (57)

5.     Brock Zearfoss (3Z)

6.     Jared Esh (98)  flipped badly with Skylar Gee just after the finish line as they were battling for the final transfer spot

7.     Skylar Gee (99)

8.     Shane Stewart (72)

9.     Brett Michalski (73B)

10.   Robbie Kendall (55K)

11.   Curt Stroup (19)

12.   Kyle Moody (99M) DNF

13.   A. J. Flick (2) DNF

14.   Justin Peck (39) DNF

15.   Sye Lynch (42) DNF

16.   Zeb Wise (110 DNF

17.   Mike Walter II (33W) DNF

18.   Kyle Reinhardt (91) DNF  broke while leading

19.   Brent Marks (50 DNS


Edited by flash49, 13 September 2020 - 08:33 AM.




 

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Posted 13 September 2020 - 06:34 AM

What happened to A.J. ? Did he destroy a car in a wreck also ? I heard his was a pretty bad one to.


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Posted 13 September 2020 - 08:37 AM

What happened to A.J. ? Did he destroy a car in a wreck also ? I heard his was a pretty bad one to.

 

Yes, Kyle Moody came down on him in the third turn, they got together, A. J. flipped, Justin Peck then flipped out of the park, and Mike Walter plowed into the upside down A. J.  All were unhurt.  The flips by Jared Esh and Skylar Gee were actually worse, but all drivers were OK. It's really a shame, because A. J., who started 15th in the B-Main was very near a transfer spot, and had he not made it to the A would have been starting very near the front of the Non-Qualifiers Race.  




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Posted 13 September 2020 - 10:06 AM

Yea, that stinks. He's had a tuff season at port royal this year. Terrible luck, he even said they just couldn't get a good balance on the car this year. Unfortunate for the team, I hope they can come back strong.

Yea flash I thought that esh deal could have been really ugly. Glad Stewart got it stopped or it could have been a lot worse. Just 2 guys not giving an inch for that qualifying spot.

People say a lot of negative crap about xXx cars but I've seen a few of them take a hard pounding and the cage stays intact. I'm not a big fan of the production end of there company but as long as drivers walk away that's what it is all about.


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Posted 13 September 2020 - 10:19 AM

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Posted 13 September 2020 - 11:00 AM

What was the issue with A.J on Friday? Broke in his heat, didn't start the C-Main. Hope it wasn't an engine. If he lost a car last night, it could've been a real expensive weekend for a local team.


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Posted 13 September 2020 - 11:30 AM

What was the issue with A.J on Friday? Broke in his heat, didn't start the C-Main. Hope it wasn't an engine. If he lost a car last night, it could've been a real expensive weekend for a local team.

Broke a rear end friday


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Posted 13 September 2020 - 12:04 PM

Broke a rear end friday

Thanks, man.







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