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#1 flash49

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Posted 17 September 2022 - 12:14 AM

There were Twenty (20) 410 Sprint Cars, Twenty-six (26) Super Late Models, Sixteen (16) RUSH Late Models, Eighteen (18) Pro Stocks, and Twenty (20) 4 Cylinders in the pits results as follows:

 

 

 

 

410 Sprint A-Main: $5K to win/25 LAPS

 

 

 

1.     Sye Lynch (42) from 2nd/won by 4.638 seconds/led laps 2-25 (Lynch did poor slide job on lap 2 restart,forcing Scotty Thiel off the 2nd turn)

2.     A. J. Flick (2)                                                                                                     

3.     Billy Dietrich (8) from 8th

4.     Ryan Smith (6)

5.     Dan Shetler (29)

6.     Bradley Howard (49H)

7.     Jack Sodeman Jr. (23jr)

8.     Scotty Thiel (73) led lap 1

9.     Carl Bowser (11)

10.   Todd Gracey (3)

11.   Brandon Matus (13)

12.   Cody Bova (20B)

13.   Tyler Denochick (6)

14.   Bill Jones Jr. (12J)

15.   Brent Matus (33)

16.   Brandon Spithaler (22) DNF

17.   Michael Lutz Jr. (86) DNF

18.   Danny Smith (24) DNF

19.   Bill Kiley (4K) DNF

20.   Zach Morrow (27) DNS

 

 

 

ULMS Super Late Model A-Main: $2K to win/25 LAPS

 

 

 

1.     Alex Ferree (1c) from 3rd/won by 1.041 seconds/led laps 14-25

2.     Andrew Wylie (84) from 16th

3.     Ryan Montgomery (4s) from 24th/HARD CHARGER

4.     Jason Covert (15) led laps 9-13

5.     Ross Bailes (79)

6.     Tyler Emory (72)

7.     Danny Snyder (4s) from 12th

8.     Dan Angelicchio (14) from 17th

9.     Eddie Carrier Jr. (66jr)

10.   Del Rougeux (28D)

11.   Jared Miley (10)

12.   John Weaver (w3) from 23rd

13.   Levi Yetter (9)

14.   Clay Ruffo (14R)

15.   Ryan Christoff (10)

16.   Dylan Fenton (56)

17.   Dave Stamm (10)

18.   Len Dobrosielski (25)

19.   Matt Cosner (66c) DNF/led laps 1-8

20.   Gary Lyle (10) DNF

21.   Danny Kienitz (78) DNF

22.   Joe Petyak (44) DNF

23.   Tommy Schirnhofer (8) DNF

24.   Jason Miller (94) DNF

25.   Jon Lee (5L) DNF

26.   Levi Spinneweber (10) DNS

 

 

 

RUSH Late Model A-Main: $1,500 to win/25 LAPS

 

 

 

1.     Michael Duritsky Jr. (90J) from 2nd/led laps 2-25

2.     Braeden Dillinger (14)

3.     Clinton Hersh (15) from 6th

4.     Dan Angelicchio (Cuthbert 47) led lap 1

5.     Brady Wonderling (z1) from 10th

6.     Mike Laughard (38L) from 13th

7.     Colby Beighey (36)

8.     R. J. Dallape (75)

9.     Jon Lee (5L) from 12th

10.   Ryan Hare (29)

11.   Troy Shields (11)

12.   Marino Angelicchio (55) 

13.   Kyle Smith Jr. (42)

14.   Colin Casale (24)

15.   Ryan Christoff (10)

16.   Joe Martin (10s) DNF/dropped out on lap 9 while running 2nd

 

 

 

Pro Stock A-Main: $1,500 to win/25 LAPS

 

 

 

1.     Andrew Gordon (25) from 6th

2.     Brandon Connor (55)

3.     Bruce Hartzfeld (101) from 8th

4.     Tim Bish (11B)

5.     Chase Lambert (Fosnaught 20J) from 13th

6.     Bob Rosman (48R)

7.     Fuzzy Fields (28)

8.     Dave Korlewitz (24K)

9.     Brett McDonald (25)

10.   Tim Laughard (38)

11.   Tim Steis (34) DNF

12.   Larry Kugel (0) DNF

13.   Ray Hickok Jr. (4ord) DNF

14.   Gary Miller (1M) DNF

15.   Chris Schneider (55) DNF

16.   Duke Davidson (81) DNF

17.   Jacob Weyer (87) DNF

18.   Joey Zambotti (948) DNF

 

 

 

4 Cylinder A-Main: $450 to win/20 LAPS

 

 

 

1.     Adam Pletcher (13) from the pole/won by .701 seconds

2.     Ashton Daughenbaugh (44D) from 8th

3.     Dave Diethrick (88) from 10th

4.     Michael Sinclair (420M)

5.     Bill Eckenrode (19A)

6.     Brandon Gibbons (727R) from 12th

7.     Joseph Beningo (21)

8.     Todd Davis (119)

9.     Chris Myers (830)

10.   Skyler Eckenrode (19)

11.   Ethan Sinclair (21P)

12.   Timothy Whetstone (2B)

13.   Shane Wagner (43)

14.   Isaac Mardis (11)

15.   Shawn Hadden (3H) DNF

16.   Mark Wetzel Jr. (32) DNF

17.   Adam Ellis (26) DNF

18.   Quinten Beeman (98) DNF

19.   Kyresten Whetstone (2w) DNS

20.   Dayton Hazlett (711) DNS

 

 

 

410 Sprint Heat #1: 8 LAPS

 

 

 

1.     Scotty Thiel (73)

2.     Ryan Smith (6)

3.     Jack Sodeman Jr. (23jr)

4.     Carl Bowser (11)

5.     Todd Gracey (3)

6.     Bill Jones Jr. (12J)

7.     Zach Morrow (27) DNS

 

 

 

410 Sprint Heat #2: 8 LAPS

 

 

 

1.     Sye Lynch (42)

2.     Bradley Howard (49H)

3.     Billy Dietrich (8)

4.     Cody Bova (20B)

5.     Danny Smith (24)

6.     Tyler Denochick (6)

7.     Michael Lutz Jr. (86)

 

 

 

410 Sprint Heat #3: 8 LAPS

 

 

 

1.     A. J. Flick (2)

2.     Dan Shetler (29)

3.     Brandon Spithaler (22)

4.     Brandon Matus (13)

5.     Brent Matus (33) DNF

6.     Bill Kiley (4K) DNF

 

 

 

ULMS Heat #1: 8 LAPS (All Qualify/Top 2 to Redraw)

 

 

 

1.     Jon Lee (5L)

2.     Tyler Emory (72)

3.     Ross Bailey (79)

4.     Levi Yetter (9)

5.     Del Rougeux (28D)

6.     Andrew Wylie (84)

7.     Tommy Schirnhofer (8)

8.     Danny Kienitz (78)

9.     Len Dobrosielski (25)

 

 

 

ULMS Heat #2: 8 LAPS

 

 

 

1.     Joe Petyak (44)

2.     Matt Cosner (66c)

3.     Jason Miller (94)

4.     Clay Ruffo (14R)

5.     Jared Miley (10) from 9th/had hauler trouble and had no time trial

6.     Dan Angelicchio (14)

7.     Dylan Fenton (56)

8.     Levi Spinneweber (10) DNF

9.     John Weaver (w3) DNF

 

 

 

ULMS Heat #3: 8 LAPS

 

 

 

1.     Jason Covert (15)

2.     Alex Ferree (1c)

3.     Eddie Carrier Jr. (66jr)

4.     Danny Snyder (4s)

5.     Dave Stamm (10)

6.     Ryan Christoff (10)

7.     Gary Lyle (10)

8.     Ryan Montgomery (4s) DNF

 

 

 

RUSH Late Model Heat #1: 8 LAPS

 

 

 

1.     Dan Angelicchio (Cuthbert 47)

2.     Braeden Dillinger (14)

3.      Colby Beighey (36)

4.     R. J. Dallape (75) from 8th

5.     Troy Shields (11)

6.     Ryan Hare (29)

7.     Mike Laughard (38L)

8.     Colin Casale (24)

 

 

 

RUSH Late Model Heat #2: 8 LAPS

 

 

 

1.     Michael Duritsky Jr. (90J)

2.     Joe Martin (10s)

3.     Clinton Hersh (16)

4.     Kyle Smith Jr. (42)

5.     Brady Wonderling (z1) 

6.     Mike Lee (5L)

7.     Marino Angelicchio (55)

8.     Ryan Christoff (10)

 

 

 

4 Cylinder Heat #1: 6 LAPS

 

 

 

1.     Adam Pletcher (13)

2.     Shawn Hadden (3H) from 5th

3.     Adam Ellis (26)

4.     Dave Diethrick (88)

5.     Chris Myers (830)

6.     Skyler Eckenrode (19)

7.     Kyresten Whetsone (2w) DNF

 

 

 

 

4 Cylinder Heat #2: 6 LAPS

 

 

 

1.     Joseph Beningo (21)

2.     Mark Wetzel Jr. (32)

3.     Ashton Daughenbaugh (44D) from 6th

4.     Quinten Beeman (98)

5.     Timothy Whetstone (2B)

6.     Isaac Martis (11)

7.     Dayton Hazlett (711) DNF

 

 

 

4 Cylinder Heat #3: 6 LAPS
 

 

 

1.     Bill Eckenrode (19A)

2.     Michael Sinclair (420M)

3.     Ethan Sinclair (21P)

4.     Dustin Gibbons (727R)

5.     Todd Davis (119)

6.     Shane Wagner (43)


Edited by flash49, 18 September 2022 - 01:22 AM.




 

#2 Skull

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Posted 17 September 2022 - 08:55 AM

Sye knows one thing, going fast. He has no finesse and can't see much past the front wing. If he ever puts it together he'll be a force. Think Colton Flinner in a 410.




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Posted 17 September 2022 - 10:23 AM

Interesting comparison Skull,  he went into turn 1 on that restart so hard he just couldn't hold it down coming out of two.  the 73 chose to drop of the back side rather than lift.  reckless ,rude, aggressive, daring, skillful,   I don't know.  depends on if your a Sye fan or not.  But he sure was fun to watch going through the field the rest of the race.   




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Posted 17 September 2022 - 11:18 AM

Interesting comparison Skull,  he went into turn 1 on that restart so hard he just couldn't hold it down coming out of two.  the 73 chose to drop of the back side rather than lift.  reckless ,rude, aggressive, daring, skillful,   I don't know.  depends on if your a Sye fan or not.  But he sure was fun to watch going through the field the rest of the race.   

 

No question, he is entertaining. He's capable of winning nearly any race as much as he is capable of doing something incredibly stupid.




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Posted 17 September 2022 - 12:13 PM

Interesting comparison Skull,  he went into turn 1 on that restart so hard he just couldn't hold it down coming out of two.  the 73 chose to drop of the back side rather than lift.  reckless ,rude, aggressive, daring, skillful,   I don't know.  depends on if your a Sye fan or not.  But he sure was fun to watch going through the field the rest of the race.   

 I am a Sye fan, but Thiel was committed to the top side, his only choice was to ram into the back of Lynch or go over the bank.  




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Posted 17 September 2022 - 01:52 PM

Definitely a $hitty move on Lynch's part.

 

Pretty cool place.  Enjoyed the racing.  







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