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ASCoC Sprint Cars Tonight at Tri-City Raceway Park: 5-2-21


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#1 flash49

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Posted 02 May 2021 - 05:14 PM

The FloRacing ASCoC Sprints Cars are at Tri-City Raceway Park this evening, going 30 laps for $6K to win.  They will be joined by the Rush Sprint Car Series running a 20-lap A-Main for $600 to win.  In the pits this evening, we have Thirty-four (34) 410 Sprints and Fourteen (14) Rush Sprints. Fast qualifier tonight is Justin Peck at 14.998 which is a new track record.  Results as follows:

 

 

 

 

ASCoC Sprint Car A-Main:

 

 

 

1.     Sam Hafertepe Jr. (15H) from the pole; led every lap

2.     Tyler Courtney (7BC) 

3.     Ian Madsen (11)

4.     Bill Balog (17B)

5.     Cap Henry (4)

6.     Hunter Schuerenberg (55)

7.     Cale Conley (3C)

8.     Paul Mc Mahan (5) from 21st; HARD CHARGER

9.     Paige Polyak (19)

10.   Zeb Wise (10) from 17th

11.   Sye Lynch (42)

12.   Brandon Spithaler (22)

13.   Carl Bowser (11)

14.   T. J. Michael (8M)

15.   Brandon Matus (13)

16.   Frankie Nervo (21N)

17.   Justin Peck (13) DNF  (flipped on a lap 18 restart, bad holes in first and second turns, while running 2nd, after starting 8th)

18.   Matt Farnham (7NY) DNF

19.   Cory Eliason (26) DNF

20.   Lee Jacobs (81) DNF

21.   Lucas Wolfe (07) DNF

22.   Kyle Reinhardt (91) DNF

23.   Jack Sodeman Jr. (23JR) DNF

24.   Gary Taylor (97) DNF

 

 

 

 

 

 

ASCoC Sprint Heat #1: (5 to A-Main; * to Dash)

 

 

 

1.     Bill Balog (17B) *

2.     Tyler Courtney (7BC) from 4th *

3.     Kyle Reinhardt (91)

4.     Brandon Spithaler (22)

5.     Brandon Matus (13)

6.     Skylar Gee (28)

7.     Ken Rossey (66)

8.     Brett Brunkenhoefer (47) DNF

9.     Bob Felmlee (6) DNF  

 

 

 

ASCoC Sprint Heat #2:

 

 

 

1.     Matt Farnham (7NY) *

2.     Sam Hafertepe Jr. (15H)

3.     Cale Conley (3C)

4.     Ian Madsen (11) *

5.     Zeb Wise (10)

6.     Paul Mc Mahan (5)

7.     Lucas Wolfe (07)

8.     Greg Wilson (W20)

9.     Michael Bauer (29)

 

 

 

 

ASCoC Sprint Heat #3:

 

 

 

1.     Hunter Schuerenberg (55) *

2.     Justin Peck (13) *

3.     Jack Sodeman Jr. (23JR)

4.     Paige Polyak (19)

5.     Gary Taylor (97)

6.     T. J. Michael (8M)

7.     George Hobaugh (40)

8.     Brent Matus (33) DNF   

 

 

 

ASCoC Sprint Heat #4:

 

 

 

1.     Cap Henry (4) *

2.     Carl Bowser (11)

3.     Sye Lynch (42) *

4.     Lee Jacobs (81)

5.     Cory Eliason (26)

6.     Frankie Nervo (21N)

7.     Darin Gallagher (12)

8.     Dan Shetler (7K)  

 

 

 

ASCoC Dash #1:

 

 

 

1.     Sam Hafertepe Jr. (15H)

2.     Tyler Courtney (7BC

3.     Cap Henry (4)

4.     Hunter Schuerenberg (55)

5.     Cale Conley (3C)

 

 

 

ASCoC Dash #2:

 

 

 

1.     Ian Madsen (11)

2.     Matt Farnham (7NY)

3.     Bill Balog (17B)

4.     Justin Peck (13)

5.     Sye Lynch (42) DNS

 

 

 

ASCoC Last Chance B-Main: (4 to A-Main)

 

 

 

1.     Paul Mc Mahan (5)

2.     Lucas Wolfe (07)

3.     T. J. Michael (8M)

4.     Frankie Nervo (21N)

5.     Darin Gallagher (12)

6.     Greg Wilson (W20)

7.     George Hobaugh (40)

8.     Skylar Gee (28)

9.     Ken Rossey (66)

10.   Dan Shetler (7K) DNF

11.   Brett Brunkenhoefer (47) DNF

12.   Brent Matus (33) DNF

13.   Michael Bauer (29) DNF

14.   Bob Felmlee (6) DNS

 

 

 

Rush Sprint A-Main:

 

 

 

1.     Chad Ruhlman (68) from 4th

2.     Brian Hartzell (69)

3.     Brad Church (40) from 8th

4.     Arnie Kent (9J) from 12th

5.     Blaze Myers (43JR) from 11th

6.     Tyler Newhart (57N)

7.     Rick Tucker Jr. (1T)

8.     A. J. Mac Quarrie (69X)

9.     Rod George (41) DNF

10.   Steve Pedley (21) DNF

11.   Gale Ruth Sr. (5B) DNF

12.   Gale Ruth Jr. (24) DNF

13.   Nolan Groves (25) DNF

15.   John Mollick (14) DNS

 

 

 

 

Rush Sprint Heat #1:

 

 

 

1.     Nolan Groves (25) from 3rd

2.     Brian Hartzell (69)

3.     Tyler Newhart (57M)

4.     Rick Tucker Jr. (1T)

5.     Steve Pedley (21)

6.     A. J. Mac Quarrie (69X)

7.     Blaze Myers (43JR)

 

 

 

Rush Sprint Heat #2:

 

 

 

1.     Rod George (41)

2.     Gale Ruth Jr. (24) from 5th

3.     Chad Ruhlman (68)

4.     Brad Church (40)

5.     Arnie Kent (9J) DNF

6.     Gale Ruth Sr, (5B) DNF

7.     John Mollick (14) DNF


Edited by flash49, 02 May 2021 - 10:53 PM.




 

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Posted 02 May 2021 - 09:18 PM

I see there giving out sprint rides to former drivers so it looks good for the press release


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Posted 03 May 2021 - 07:21 AM

Track was junk. Pathetic excuse for track prep


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Posted 03 May 2021 - 07:26 AM

Track was junk. Pathetic excuse for track prep

Normally Id argue with you and try to counterpoint but Ive got nothing. That was awful. They had a huge opportunity to make a big impression in front of a huge crowd in attendance and being one of the only things streaming last night, and they couldnt have blown it any worse. Just from top to bottom it was an awful ass backwards effort.


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Posted 03 May 2021 - 07:49 AM

The impact of dropping the ball on a big flo streamed race could really impact outsiders from coming into the track. Instead if just local complaints there are complaints from all over the nation.


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Posted 03 May 2021 - 08:21 AM

The impact of dropping the ball on a big flo streamed race could really impact outsiders from coming into the track. Instead if just local complaints there are complaints from all over the nation.

Yep. It hurts worse than people know


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Posted 03 May 2021 - 10:02 AM

On a smoother track, the last eight laps between Hafertepe Jr. and Peck would have been awesome.  Peck is really impressive this year.


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Posted 03 May 2021 - 09:24 PM

The impact of dropping the ball on a big flo streamed race could really impact outsiders from coming into the track. Instead if just local complaints there are complaints from all over the nation.


Benny like others. I tuned in to see how The track was in how it raced. I watch these races 1st before I make a decision if I want to go and support a track. After last night looks like this place isn't on my bucket list yet


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Posted 04 May 2021 - 06:06 AM

If anyone was at tri city how was Bob felmlee doing ? Was he up to speed ? Or has father time got him ?


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Posted 04 May 2021 - 06:29 AM

He was doing well until the lovely track conditions but him. Oh then the fabulous wrecker crew dropped his car sideways double hooking it!!!!


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Posted 04 May 2021 - 11:14 AM

I hate to hear the track was bad. Merle Black has a lot to lose if it fails and so does the local racing community.

 

How were the conditions opening night?




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Posted 04 May 2021 - 11:23 AM

I hate to hear the track was bad. Merle Black has a lot to lose if it fails and so does the local racing community.
 
How were the conditions opening night?

Its been prettt rough lately. Idk if the clay isnt binding or what but it keeps developing giant holes entering 1 and 3. That place is too fast to be rough. Honestly the rough track wasnt the only problem. It was just the first and most visible problem. It was an accumulation of several self inflicted issues that had most people upset.

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Posted 05 May 2021 - 07:38 AM

Its been prettt rough lately. Idk if the clay isnt binding or what but it keeps developing giant holes entering 1 and 3. That place is too fast to be rough. Honestly the rough track wasnt the only problem. It was just the first and most visible problem. It was an accumulation of several self inflicted issues that had most people upset.

I can't remember a time that I went there that there wasn't a huge crater entering turn one.







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