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BRP Modified Tour Tonight at Latrobe Speedway: 9-11-21


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#1 flash49

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Posted 11 September 2021 - 11:56 PM

Made a trip up to Latrobe Speedway tonight.  There were Seventeen (17) BRP Modifieds, Thirteen (13) Crate Late Models, Seven (7) Pro Stocks, Twelve (12) Pure Stocks, and Twenty-six (26) 4 Cylinders.  Mike Sotosky was not back on the mic tonight.  I didn't stay for the Crate Late Model & Pro Stock A-Mains, so will have to get the those stats later.  Results as follows:

 

 

 

 

BRP Modified Tour A-Main: $2K to win/35 laps

 

 

 

1.     Rex King Jr. (165) from the pole; led laps 1-10 & 32-35

2.     Garrett Krummert (29) led laps 11-31

3.     Chad Brachmann (3) from 9th

4.     Rex King Sr. (65) from 10th

5.     Rick Regalski (13) went to the pits for flat early on

6.     Brian Swartzlander (83) went to the pits early

7.     Brad Rapp (11R) went to pits for flat tire while running 4th

8.     Kyle Fink (18M)

9.     Kevin Long (22)

10.   Shawn Kozar (3K)

11.   Steve Slater (35) DNF

12.   Steve Barr (25B) DNF

13.   Dave Murdick (61) DNF

14.   Shawn Fleeger (88) DNF

15.   Mark Frankhouser (03) DNF

16.   Eric Gabany (18X) DNS

17.   Chris Rudolph (32R) DNS

 

The BRP folks had Rodney Beltz (64) listed on their starting sheet, but if he was there, he never made it onto the track.

 

 

 

BPR Modified Heat #1:

 

 

 

1.     Garrett Krummert (29) from 4th

2.     Rick Regalski (13)

3.     Mark Frankhouser (03)

4.     Eric Gabany (18X) DNF

5.     Brad Rapp (11R) DNF

6.     Chris Rudolph (32R) DNF

 

 

 

BRP Modified Heat #2:

 

 

 

1.     Chad Brachmann (3)

2.     Brian Swartzlander (83) from 5th

3.     Steve Slater (35)

4.     Kevin Long (22)

5.     Shawn Fleeger (8)

6.     Steve Barr (25B)

 

 

 

BRP Modified Heat #3:

 

 

 

1.     Rex King Jr. (165)

2.     Rex King Sr. (65) from 4th

3.     Dave Murdick (61)
4.     Kyle Fink (18M)

5.     Shawn Kozar (3K)

 

 

 

Pure Stock A-Main: 12 laps

 

 

 

1.     Stephen Hazlett (969) from 4th; led lap 3-12; first ever A-Main win

2.     Brad Benton (51) from 5th

3.     Anthony Monteparte (100) from 7th

4.     John Hollis (81)

5.     Joey Koteles (25) from 11th

6.     Jim Zufall (3Z)

7.     Dennis Collins Jr. (57)

8.     Jason Morrison (72)

9.     Bo Kwasny (43)

10.   Chris Hickok (24) DNF

11.   Justin Ruff (3) DNF; led laps 1-2

12.   Shawn Hollis (18) DNF

 

 

 

Pure Stock Heat #1:

 

 

 

1.     Brad Benton (51) from 3rd

2.     Anthony Monteparte (100)

3.     Justin Ruff (3)

4.     John Hollis (81)

5.     Joey Koteles (25)

6.     Bo Kwasny (43) 

 

 

 

Pure Stock Heat #2:

 

 

 

1.     Stephen Hazlett (969) from 4th

2.     Jim Zufall (3Z)

3.     Jason Morrison (72)

4.     Dennis Collins Jr. (57)

5.     Shawn Hollis (81)

6.     Chris Hickok (24) DNF

 

 

 

4 Cylinder A-Main: 12 laps

 

 

 

1.     Bob Pease (99P) from 4th; led laps 2-12

2.     Tylar Huffman (19H) led lap 1

3.     Jeff Vasos (12) from 11th

4.     Tyler Laughard (418) from 9th

5.     Dayton Hazlett (711)

6.     Dale Grubbs (66)

7.     Josh Grubbs (64)

8.     Colton Mc Naney (51)

9.     Brandon Myers (307

10.   Andrew Jones (513)

11.   Jason Rittenour (3K)

12.   Brian Noel (39

13.   Andrew Geary (23t)

14.   Jeremy Grubbs (62) DNF; broke while running 3rd on lap 11

15.   Brian Spangler (79) DNF

16.   Dylan Burkett (210) DNF   

17.   Tifani Mc Elhose (24) DNF

18.   Paul Koffler III (48) DNF

19.   Joe Huffman (713) DNF

20.   Wyatt Piper (90) DNF

 

 

 

4 Cylinder Heat #1: (5 to A-Main)

 

 

 

1.     Jeremy Grubbs (62) from 6th

2.     Dylan Burkett (210) from 5th

3.     Colton Mc Naney (51)

4.     Wyatt Piper (90)

5.     Brandon Myers (307)

6.     Tifani Mc Elhose (24)

7.     Brian Noel (39)

8.     Johnny Struble (17E)

9.     Kaitlynn Spangler (707)

 

 

 

4 Cylinder Heat #2:

 

 

 

1.     Paul Koffler III (48) from 7th

2.     Bob Pease (99P)

3.     Dale Grubbs (66)

4.     Jeff Vasos (12)

5.     Joe Huffman (713)

6.     Jason Rittenour (3K)

7.     Andy Jones (513)

8.     Shawn Ghrist (89)

9.     Brian Spangler (79)

 

 

 

4 Cylinder Heat #3:

 

 

 

1.     Tylar Huffman (19H)

2.     Dayton Hazlett (711)

3.     Tyler Laughard (418) from 5th

4.     Josh Grubbs (64) from 8th

5.     Andrew Geary (23t)

6.     C. J. Parrill (87)

7.     Adam Jones (38)

8.     Justin Connors (21) 

 

 

 

Crate Late Model A-Main: 20 laps

 

 

 

1.     Clate Copeman (28H) from 5th; led laps 13-20

2.     Troy Shields (11) led laps 1-12

3.     Jeff Ferguson (11L)

4.     Billy Martin (17)

5.     Russell Baird (17)

6.     Zach Kane (10)

7.     Marino Angelicchio (55)

8.     Rob Lyons (7)

9.     Jon Stockdale (31)

10.   Joe Zulisky (58)

11.   Andrew Koenig (33K)

12.   Eric Rasmussen (10)

13.   Michael Ott (21)

 

 

 

 

Crate Late Model Heat #1:

 

 

 

1.     Russell Baird (17)

2.     Jeff Ferguson (11L)

3.     Troy Shields (11) from 6th

4.     Marino Angelicchio (55)

5.     Eric Rasmussen (10)

6.     Rob Lyons (7)

7.     Jon Stockdale (31)

 

 

 

 

Crate Late Model Heat #2:

 

 

 

1.     Clate Copeman (28H) from 4th

2.     Andrew Koenig (33K)

3.     Billy Martin (17)

4.     Zachary Kane (10)

5.     Joe Zulisky (58) DNF

6.     Michael Ott (21) DNF

 

 

 

Pro Stock A-Main: 15 laps

 

 

 

1.     Brett Mc Donald (25) led laps 7-15

2.     Cam Kraisinger (47)

3.     Sam Eichelberger (17)

4.     Brett Hutira (4) led laps 1-6

5.     Steve Mitchell (49)

6.     Jacob Weyer (87)

7.     Ray Hickok Jr. (4ord) DNF

 

 

 

Pro Stock Heat:

 

 

 

1.     Ray Hickok Jr. (4ord)

2.     Brett Mc Donald (25)

3.     Brett Hutira (4)

4.     Sam Eichelberger (17)

5.     Cam Kraisinger (47)

6.     Jacob Weyer (87)

7.     Steve Mitchell (49)


Edited by flash49, 19 September 2021 - 12:15 AM.




 

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Posted 12 September 2021 - 09:26 AM

You left to early Flash,  two great races last.  Bret McDonald won the Pro Stock race.  Finally this guy gets one!!  started inside row two I think.  Hickock broke mid race but once Bret got by Hutira he had it covered.   Clate Copeman in the Crates for his  second of the year,  over Sheilds,  Ott did not come out for feature.  The 28h came from 6th.  Didn't run away but wasn't really challenged.   Nice night of racing but they continue to mess around and make a late night of it.  There was a very nice fireworks display.  Track surface was beautiful.  Glad to see you get away from PPMS Flash!! 


Edited by Hans Solo, 12 September 2021 - 09:27 AM.



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Posted 12 September 2021 - 11:59 AM

You left to early Flash,  two great races last.  Bret McDonald won the Pro Stock race.  Finally this guy gets one!!  started inside row two I think.  Hickock broke mid race but once Bret got by Hutira he had it covered.   Clate Copeman in the Crates for his  second of the year,  over Sheilds,  Ott did not come out for feature.  The 28h came from 6th.  Didn't run away but wasn't really challenged.   Nice night of racing but they continue to mess around and make a late night of it.  There was a very nice fireworks display.  Track surface was beautiful.  Glad to see you get away from PPMS Flash!! 

 

I still like the racing at PPMS quite a bit, and would like to have seen the Hobby Stock special last night, but I really enjoy the BRP mods which is why I went to Latrobe instead.  The only track I really go to on a weekly basis is Lernerville.  When PPMS has a show I want to see, like the Ed Laboon Memorial or the Jook George Memorial, I'm there.  But I have always traveled quite a bit on Saturday nights.  I agree that Latrobe's track surface is really spot on, but they do drag things out there, and the announcer leaves a lot to be desired, although he does a pretty good on-track interview with the winning drivers.  If I didn't walk the pits myself prior to the races, I wouldn't have any idea who most of the racers are.  That's really all I ask for in an announcer.  Tell me who's in what numbered car, where they are from is nice, and I'm a happy camper.  


Edited by flash49, 12 September 2021 - 12:05 PM.



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Posted 13 September 2021 - 11:35 PM

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Posted 15 September 2021 - 02:30 PM

Looks as if Shields had a better night. Seems like he has been just a tick off all season. He has been consistent just but hasn’t been winning like he normally has.

Where did the 51 in the pure stocks come from, Benton? Howie doesn’t like to inform us where these guys are from. Pretty cool these stock car guys are showing everyone that the hometown hero is beatable in that class


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Posted 15 September 2021 - 03:19 PM

Looks as if Shields had a better night. Seems like he has been just a tick off all season. He has been consistent just but hasn’t been winning like he normally has.

Where did the 51 in the pure stocks come from, Benton? Howie doesn’t like to inform us where these guys are from. Pretty cool these stock car guys are showing everyone that the hometown hero is beatable in that class

Benton is from Duncansville, Pa







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