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AMRA ENJOYS GREAT WEEKEND
REPORTS SUBMITTED FROM VARIOUS TRACK PR PERSONNEL

 

RACINE, OHIO- In what is proving to be another great year, the AMRA banner is waving high. Several new faces and some familiar ones earned wins this past July 11-12 weekend.

Below is a summary of tracks submitting results.

ONE NEW WINNER, FIVE REPEATERS ROLL INTO OVS VICTORY LANE

By Gerry Loudin

 

LUBECK, WEST VIRGINIA=The AMRA was joined by the outlaw sprints kicking off the second half of the Saturday night race season at the historic Ohio Valley Speedway. Another full house greeted the season’s second invasion of the Ohio Valley Sprint Car Association to Ohio Valley Speedway this past Saturday for the track’s 12th show of the year and 148th of the current ownership.

The Mineral Wells Tire WRA Mini-Wedges got the evening going with its second annual Ron Heiss Memorial, in tribute to the late car owner. Toby Wilson and Nathan Drake, both soon-to-be freshmen at Parkersburg South High School, won the two heats and paced the field for the feature. Drake took the lead while Zach Carr—from 4th—took second after the first lap. Carr successfully challenged for the lead on lap 5, dropping Drake to second, but Carr’s run was short-lived, as his cart developed problems dropping him from the event, with Drake inheriting the lead. Coleman Evans, from 6th, gave chase the final three laps but could not catch up with Drake, who scored his 10th win of the season. Evans, Kylie Cross, Lucas Crooks, and Easton Wilson earned the other top-five finishing spots. Trophies for the evening were donated and presented by the Heiss family, Jarrred Heiss Racing, and Klintworth Racing.

Track conditions were ideal for the eleven OVSCA sprints that turned out. Three drivers broke the track qualifying record, with Jamie Myers the quickest at 13.958 sec. He and brother Chris won the heats and led the field at the start. Chris took the lead which he held nearly throughout the non-stop feature. Caleb Armstrong, New Castle IN, ran third until lap 20 when he took second from J. Myers, and briefly caught C. Myers; as the leaders approached the white flag, Armstrong attempted a “slide-job” pass but could not make it hold, as Chris retook the lead when Armstrong slid up the track at the flagstand. Chris held on for his second career win at OVS, followed by Armstrong (first OVS appearance), J. Myers, Jimmy Stinson, and Greg Mitchell. The non-stop feature took less than 5 ˝ minutes.

The latest unanswered question in the AMRA Late Model class is how to stop Chris Garnes. Chris’s flag-to-flag run produced his fifth consecutive win, an unmatched accomplishment at the Valley. Derek Doll, Butch McGill, Jeff Burdette, and Ed Shuman dueled throughout the event that was only slowed twice by yellows; Burdette came from 4th to 2nd in the last five laps, with McGill 3rd, Doll 4th, and Jeromy Misel 5th. Ed Shuman crossed 5th, but it was disallowed following a tech violation. Doll and Garnes won the heats; Steve Lucas was fast qualifier, but mechanical problems KO’d him during his heat, and he could not start the feature.

The Octane Race Products AMRA Modifieds continue to produce some of the closest action, and KC Burdette and D. J. Cline added another chapter to this story. The two dueled side-by-side throughout, in spite of several cautions, both seeking his second win. Burdette led first, thru halfway; Cline got a run off the bottom of turn 4 to take the lead, only to have Burdette retake it on lap 17; KC would claim Mod win #2 over Cline, Vince Conrad, Robbie Evans, and Tyler Evans. Conrad and the Evanses would duel with Booger Garnes throughout until Garnes dropped out with 2 to go. Burdette, Cline, and Garnes won the heats; Burdette was fast qualifier.

Chris Lauer and Tom Adkins put on another outstanding duel in the 12-lap FWD 4-Cylinder main. Adkins led the first six circuits, but bobbles in turn two during consecutive laps enabled Lauer to get the lead, then stretch it out, to claim his 10th win of the year. Another late miscue by Adkins dropped him to fifth behind Keith Marlow, fast qualifier Sam Dickel, and Josh Ayers. Marlow and Lauer won the heats for the fifteen entrants.

Scott Rooks, in the Mineral Wells Tire K&S Racing #33 claimed another flag-to-flag win—his 5th of the season in the Pure Stock division; Glen Underwood started beside Rooks, stayed within two car-lengths throughout, and finished second ahead of Frankie Hall, Duane Stiers, and Doug Moore. This feature also went non-stop just over four minutes. Underwood and Rooks won the heats.

Regular 5-division racing programs are scheduled the next two Saturdays at “The Valley”; the annual FWD 4-cylinder summer championship and Night Two of the Ohio River Shootout for the Tri-State Modifieds Renegade Tour are set for August 2; the OVSCA Sprints and Autograph Night will be August 9.

Octane Race Products is the AMRA Modified sponsor. Other fine sponsors of the AMRA Modified series are Dave Poske’s Performance Parts, Malta Doors and Windows, Wrisco Industries, Hoosier Racing Tire/Hoosier Tire Ohio Valley, Carthage Auto Parts, AERO Racing Wheels, Rocket Chassis, Two-Brothers Racing, Lincoln Welders & Lincoln Electric, Hypercoils, Bazell Race Fuels, Alky Racing Alcohol and Sunoco Race Fuels, Impact Racing, ADP Rivets, RCI, OTR Filters, MSD Ignition, Wilwood Brakes, Kluhsman Racing Components (KRC), Evans Vinyl Signs, Winters Performance Products, Bilstein Shocks, AFCO, PST Drive Shafts, Schoenfeld, Killer Bee Race Bodies, Bell Racing Helmets, The Bumper Man, and Pike Street Lanes. Join the AMRA now!-America’s Open Wheeled Modified’s Most Competitive Series!

Drivers and Fans can seek updates on www.amramodified.com or the AMRA FaceBook page. The AMRA wishes to thank to all of the racers and promoters who have supported and participated in the past and to those continuing to support and participate in the AMRA. For more information about the AMRA, visit amramodified.com or visit their facebook page.

 

 

 

SUMMARY

 

OVSCA SPRINTS (11)

 

Fast Qualifier: Jamie Myers 13.965 New Track Record

 

Heat 1: J. Myers, Caleb Armstrong, Jimmy Stinson, Greg Mitchell, David Smith, Aaron Fry

 

Heat 2: Chris Myers, Taylor Ferns, Brian Benson, Dave Dickson, Nick Ley

 

Feature: C. Myers, Armstrong, J. Myers, Stinson, Mitchell, Ferns, Dickson, Ley, Smith, Benson, Fry

 

AMRA LATE MODELS (11)

 

Fast Qualifier: Steve Lucas

 

Heat 1: Derek Doll, Butch McGill, Ed Shuman, Vince Toler, George Klintworth, Lucas

 

Heat 2: Chris Garnes, Jeff Burdette, Jeromy Misel, Mike Taylor, Brock Morris

 

Feature: Garnes, Burdette, McGill, Doll, Misel, Morris, Toler, Klintworth, Taylor, Shuman, DNS Lucas

 

AMRA OCTANE Modifieds (21)

 

Fast Qualifier: KC Burdette

 

Heat 1: Burdette, Robbie Evans, Vince Conrad, Shawn Donohue, Jerrad Willis, Bill Meeker, DNS Blake Eddy

 

Heat 2: D. J. Cline, Tyler Evans, Jesse Rupe, Brandon Davis, Bill Fordyce, Robin Lashley, DNS Nick Corbitt

 

Heat 3: Robert Garnes, Kenny Johnson, Kurt Burge, Marc Martin, Ronnie Pickens, Chris Dickson, Nathan Perkins

 

Feature: Burdette, Cline, Conrad, R. Evans, T. Evans, Willis, Rupe, Burge, Donohue, Pickens, Lashley, Garnes, Fordyce, Davis, Martin, Perkins, Dickson, Johnson, DNS Eddy, Corbitt, Meeker

 

PURE STOCKS (9)

 

Fast Qualifier: Glen Underwood

 

Heat 1: Underwood, Frankie Hall, Matt Fizer, Doug Moore, Dean Swanson

 

Heat 2: Scott Rooks, Duane Stiers, Mike Mason, Sarah Klintworth

 

Feature: Rooks, Underwood, Hall, Stiers, Moore, Swanson, Klintworth, Mason, DNS Fizer

 

FWD 4-CYLINDERS (15)

 

Fast Qualifier; Sam Dickel

 

Heat 1: Keith Marlow, Dickel, Jeff Rankin, Zach Heasley, John Rankin, Jarrod Heiss, Paul Midcap, Martin Gibson

………..

 

ELDER CARPENTER HAMMERS OUT LM WIN

Wins Bond Memorial

DICKSON BREAKS BURDETTE WIN STREAK

 

STEWART, OHIO-Skyline Speedway celebrated Fan Autograph Night and the driver of the C-4 Fast Freddie Carpenter of Parkersburg, WV celebrated an AMRA Late Model victory Saturday, July 12. Carpenter claimed the tradition of winning the Sarah Bond Memorial, a race honoring one of racing's great ladies. Other combatants fighting there way to victory lane were Gallipolis, Ohio driver Travis Dickson in the Octane AMRA Modifieds, Chris Carpenter in the Steel Block Lates, Jeremy Blake in the MOVE Mods, and Zach Carr in the Mini-Wedges.

A quality field took the initial green flag the AMRA Late Models and battled to the finish. Five hot dogs of the Ohio Valley worked their way into the top five positions, trading slots on and off throughout the night Skyline Speedway style.

Fast Freddie held off the charges of the wolfpack giving chase. Lying in wait were hard-chargers Tyler Carpenter, Ronnie Mayle, Andy Bond and Daniel Hill. When all was said and done, the patriarch of the racing Carpenter's, Fast Freddie Carpenter went to victory lane.

Rounding out the top ten were 1. C4 Freddie Carpenter , 2. 28 Tyler Carpenter , 3. 50 Ronnie Mayle , 4. 53C Andy Bond , 5. 8 Daniel Hill , 6. 33 Jason Gillian , 7. 99T Tyler French , 8. 23 Johnny Vandale , 9. T55 Tony Roush , and 10. 20M Mike Sansom.

The modifieds--AMRA Octane style--continue to rule at Skyline Speedway where again a fine field filled the pits. Roy Roush, defending AMRA champ, had won the night before at Hilltop, and John Burdette had been a three-time consecutive winner. Travis Dickson ended their good runs with a jaunt to victory, holding off the advancing Burdette. J.P. Roberts continued his great year with a third, ahead of Roush with Jeremy Blake in fifth.

Rounding out the top ten were 1. 16 Travis Dickson , 2. RV1X John Burdette , 3.9R JP Roberts , 4. R2 Roy Roush , 5. B4 Jeremy Blake , 6. 87S Derrick Smith , 7. 10 Kyle Bond , 8. 7L Mark Luning , 9. 0 Mark Dickson , and 10. 14 Mike Conkle.

Chris Carpenter knows his way around Skyline Speedway. Saturday he proved this once again against a strong field of Steel Block/FasTrak Lates. Carpenter raced to the win over Anthony Huber and Matt Melvin.

Rounding out the top ten were 1. 18 Chris Carpenter , 2. Y4 Anthony Huber , 3.81M Matt Melvin , 4. 5B Buddy Brogan , 5. 5 Zach Milbee , 6. C2 Corey DeLancey , 7. 7H Zach Hill , 8. 39 Eric Foster , 9. 411 Will Brogan , and 10. 3H Jay Helton.

The dominator Gary Gould was shut out this weekend; something that hasn't happened often this 2014 season. James Dennis was the first to leap-frog Gould but his charge ended with a stop by Jeremy Blake who once agaon put the B-4 in the Skyline victory Lane.

Rounding out the top ten were 1. B4 Jeremy Blake , 2. 1X James Dennis , 3. 29 Gary Gould , 4. 5 Jamie Gillian , 5. 17J Jim Ludwig , 6. Ryan McCarley , 7. 71 Bill Wilson , 8. 27 Derek Davidson , 9. 12 Shelia Donahue , and 10. 03 Josh Davis.

 

 

Octane Race Products is the AMRA Modified sponsor. Other fine sponsors of the AMRA Modified series are Dave Poske’s Performance Parts, Malta Doors and Windows, Wrisco Industries, Hoosier Racing Tire/Hoosier Tire Ohio Valley, Carthage Auto Parts, AERO Racing Wheels, Rocket Chassis, Two-Brothers Racing, Lincoln Welders & Lincoln Electric, Hypercoils, Bazell Race Fuels, Alky Racing Alcohol and Sunoco Race Fuels, Impact Racing, ADP Rivets, RCI, OTR Filters, MSD Ignition, Wilwood Brakes, Kluhsman Racing Components (KRC), Evans Vinyl Signs, Winters Performance Products, Bilstein Shocks, AFCO, PST Drive Shafts, Schoenfeld, Killer Bee Race Bodies, Bell Racing Helmets, The Bumper Man, and Pike Street Lanes. Join the AMRA now!-America’s Open Wheeled Modified’s Most Competitive Series!

Drivers and Fans can seek updates on www.amramodified.com or the AMRA FaceBook page. The AMRA wishes to thank to all of the racers and promoters who have supported and participated in the past and to those continuing to support and participate in the AMRA. For more information about the AMRA, visit amramodified.com or visit their facebook page.

Coming up at Skyline-

• July 19th FasTrak Show, $1200 to win, All classes

• July 26th OVSCA Sprints, $150 to win Mini Wedges, All classes

• August 2nd No Racing due to Jim Dunn Memorial

• August 9th No Racing due to the Fair

• August 16th Jack I Shutts Jr. Memorial, $2000 to win Late Models, OVSCA Sprints, All classes

• August 23rd Regular Show, $150 to win Mini Wedges, All classes

• August 30th No Racing

 

Thanks to Amanda Carsey

Skyline Results 7-12

-Late Model : 1. C4 Freddie Carpenter , 2. 28 Tyler Carpenter , 3. 50 Ronnie Mayle , 4. 53C Andy Bond , 5. 8 Daniel Hill , 6. 33 Jason Gillian , 7. 99T Tyler French , 8. 23 Johnny Vandale , 9. T55 Tony Roush , 10. 20M Mike Sansom , 11. J30 Justin Powell , 12. LM19 Adam Miller , 13. 24R Robbie Bostic , 14. DT1 Darin Roush , 15. 01 Ernie Hoschar

-Modified : 1. 16 Travis Dickson , 2. RV1X John Burdette , 3.9R JP Roberts , 4. R2 Roy Roush , 5. B4 Jeremy Blake , 6. 87S Derrick Smith , 7. 10 Kyle Bond , 8. 7L Mark Luning , 9. 0 Mark Dickson , 10. 14 Mike Conkle , 11. C7 Casey Fritz , 12. 11S Kurt Stacey , 13. 4 Tyler Hendrix , 14. 3 Jason Armes , 15. R3 Frankie Roush , 16. RV1 Mike McPherson , 17. B8 Mitch Brunton – DNS , 18. 73 Rick Venham - DNS

-Mod Consi not making the show : 1. 75B Dusty Boley , 2. 12 Cody Faulk , 3. J44 Bill Jenne , 4. R0 Tobby Roush

-Steel Block / FasTrak : 1. 18 Chris Carpenter , 2. Y4 Anthony Huber , 3.81M Matt Melvin , 4. 5B Buddy Brogan , 5. 5 Zach Milbee , 6. C2 Corey DeLancey , 7. 7H Zach Hill , 8. 39 Eric Foster , 9. 411 Will Brogan , 10. 3H Jay Helton , 11. A1 Clayton Long , 12. 19 Sarah Fiest , 13. 15T Danny Talbott , 14. 12W Gary Wells , 15. 97 Kody Frame , 16 34C Pete Crum - DNS

-M.O.V.E Modifieds : 1. B4 Jeremy Blake , 2. 1X James Dennis , 3. 29 Gary Gould , 4. 5 Jamie Gillian , 5. 17J Jim Ludwig , 6. Ryan McCarley , 7. 71 Bill Wilson , 8. 27 Derek Davidson , 9. 12 Shelia Donahue , 10. 03 Josh Davis , 11. 64F Brian Filkins , 12. 8C Coleton Perine

- 2 DQ after race tech for illegal motor improvements

 

Heat 2: Tom Adkins, Chris Lauer, Tim Christopher, Josh Ayers, Dave Rhodes, Lewis Smarr, Barry Kitts

 

Feature: Lauer, Marlow, Dickel, Ayers, Adkins, Christopher, Heasley, Jf. Rankin, Kitts, Heiss, Midcap, Rhodes, Jn. Rankin, Gibson, DNS Smarr

 

 

JOHNSON WINS LATES; ROUSH WINS FIRST; THREE REPEATERS ENTER VICTORY LANE AT LEGENDARY HILLTOP

 

By Gerry Loudin

 

MARIETTA, OHIO-The AMRA kicked off the weekend at Legendary Hilltop Speedway, an event that begins the second half of the AMRA racing season. The Legendary Hilltop Speedway returned to action this past Friday, after closing for Independence Day. A good crowd was on hand to witness another sterling duel in the AMRA Late Models, and three previous winners repeating.

The Mike’s Auto Body WRA Mini-wedge class has been dominated at “The Top” by Zach Carr, who had won ten of the 11 races held this season. But this time “The Little Iceman” Jacob Ice would repeat his win in week two with a flag-to-flag run for his second win. Samantha Roush and Carr could not mount any serious challenge to the winner, and finished 2nd & 3rd; Lucas Crooks claimed 4th, and Grace Misel 5th. Roush and Ice won the heats; the evening’s trophies were sponsored by Evans Construction.

One of the best two-car duels seen in a while highlighted the AMRA Late Model main. Legendary Bob Adams hooked up with Kenny Johnson—driving the Curtis Towing/Cornwell Properties 53C this evening—for fourteen laps of door-to-door excitement. Johnson finally seized an opening off turn 2 and took the lead, holding on thru several late-race cautions to grab his first Late-Model win of the year. Adams held second until—in his own words “I tried to tear down the guard rail in turn two”—losing three positions on lap 24. Steve Weigle recovered from causing an opening-lap caution to finish second, with Jeromy Misel, Jason Gillian, and Adams filling the top 5. Donnie Dotson ran third until overheating problems eliminated him with three laps to go. Adams, the eldest starter at 62, and Gillian, the youngest at 16, started side-by-side in the front row. Adams, Gillian, and Johnson won the heats; Adams was fast qualifier. Andy Bond suffered more engine woes and was unable to start the feature.

Defending AMRA Champ Roy Roush finally found the winning combination, leading all 20 circuits in the AMRA Modified 20-lap feature. The feature went non-stop after one restart in less than six minutes. Johnson fell in behind Roush on lap 1, but a near-spin one lap later enabled Jeremy Blake to get by. These three ran in order the remainder of the event. Strong runs for Marc Martin and Frank Roush earned them top five finishes. Johnson was fast qualifier; he and R. Roush won the heats.

John Powell Jr. held off race-long challenges from Darin Clark in the EDGE Hot Mod 15-lap main for his seventh “Top” win of the year. Clark, Todd Chicklo, Tim Pennell, and Levi Flesher rounded out the top five. Fast Qualifier Clark and Powell won the heats.

The 12-lap FWD 4-cylinder main was a battle of survival, as only three of the eight starters made it to the finish. Denzil Barker jr. won the second heat and led the distance for his first win of the year. Tom Adkins debuted a new racer and wound up second with John Rankin third. Joel Nichols and Bob Moore were credited with top 5 finishes. Sam Dickel was fast qualifier and won the first heat, but was eliminated in a first-lap crash.

This Friday at the Legendary Hilltop Speedway will be Driver Autograph Night, with mechanics’ races in the Hot Mod and FWD 4-cylinder classes following the regular features. Also, the track’s new website is up and running…visit legendaryhilltopspeedway.com for updates, or go to the track’s Facebook page.

Octane Race Products is the AMRA Modified sponsor. Other fine sponsors of the AMRA Modified series are Dave Poske’s Performance Parts, Malta Doors and Windows, Wrisco Industries, Hoosier Racing Tire/Hoosier Tire Ohio Valley, Carthage Auto Parts, AERO Racing Wheels, Rocket Chassis, Two-Brothers Racing, Lincoln Welders & Lincoln Electric, Hypercoils, Bazell Race Fuels, Alky Racing Alcohol and Sunoco Race Fuels, Impact Racing, ADP Rivets, RCI, OTR Filters, MSD Ignition, Wilwood Brakes, Kluhsman Racing Components (KRC), Evans Vinyl Signs, Winters Performance Products, Bilstein Shocks, AFCO, PST Drive Shafts, Schoenfeld, Killer Bee Race Bodies, Bell Racing Helmets, The Bumper Man, and Pike Street Lanes. Join the AMRA now!-America’s Open Wheeled Modified’s Most Competitive Series!

Drivers and Fans can seek updates on www.amramodified.com or the AMRA FaceBook page. The AMRA wishes to thank to all of the racers and promoters who have supported and participated in the past and to those continuing to support and participate in the AMRA. For more information about the AMRA, visit amramodified.com or visit their facebook page.

 

 

 

SUMMARY

 

AMRA LATE MODELS (16)

 

Fast Qualifier: Bob Adams

 

Heat 1: Adams, Donnie Dotson, Corey DeLancey, Jeromy Misel, Chris Parks, Dave Hilton

 

Heat 2: Jason Gillian, Andy Bond, Chris Carpenter, Doug Parks, Jordan Taylor

 

Heat 3: Kenny Johnson, Steve Weigle, Dan Morrison, Dylan Bleddoe, Adam Miller

 

Feature: Johnson, Weigle, Misel, Gillian, Adams, DeLancey, Bledsoe, C. Parks, Miller, D. Parks, Dotson, Hilton, Morrison, Taylor, Carpenter, DNS Bond

 

AMRA MODIFIEDS (14)

 

Fast Qualifier: Kenny Johnson

 

Heat 1: Johnson, Jeremy Blake, Frank Roush, Chad Roush, Shane Roush, Dusty Boley, DNS Robin Ours

 

Heat 2: Roy Roush, Marc Martin, Tyler Hendrix, Tobby Roush, Blake Eddy, T. J. Flowers, Nick Corbitt

 

Feature: R. Roush, Blake, Johnson, Martin, F. Roush, Hendrix, Eddy, Boley, S. Roush, Flowers, C. Roush, Corbitt, T. Roush, DNS Ours

 

EDGE HOT MODS (8)

 

Fast Qualifier: Darin Clark

 

Heat 1: Clark, Tim Pennell, Levi flesher, Martin Lamm

 

Heat 2: John Powell, Todd Chicklo, Kendall Hodge, DNS Kevin O’Dell

 

Feature: Powell, Clark, Chicklo, Pennell, Flesher, Hodge, Lamm, O’Dell

 

FWD 4-Cylinders (8)

 

Fast Qualifier: Sam Dickel

 

Heat 1: Dickel, Joel Nichols, Josh Ayers, John Rankin

 

Heat 2: Denzil Barker Jr., Tom Adkins, Bob Moore, Wayne Adkins

 

Feature: Barker, T. Adkins, Rankin, Nichols, Moore, W. Adkins, Ayers, Dickel

 

MIKE’S AUTO BODY WRA MINI-WEDGES(8)

 

Heat 1: Jacob Ice, Zach Carr, Grace Misel, Aiden Powell

 

Heat 2: Samantha Roush, Lucas Crooks, Alyssa Nething, Karly Starcher

 

Feature: Ice, Roush, Carr, Crooks, Misel, Powell, Starcher, Nething

Conley Clobbers AMRA Mods

Doubles in Lates

 

There will be no racing at Midway Friday, July 18 due to the Perry County Fair. Racing resumes with a Jim Dunn Qualifier July 25 where the top two drivers earn a spot in the August 3 Jim Dunn Memorial.

 

CROOKSVILLE, OHIO- Wellsburg, West Virginia driver Corey Conley didn't go to Wall Street, but he may very well have bought some quality stock in Midway Speedway Friday night where he picked up the big win in the AMRA Octane Modifieds and the AMRA Late Model Division. Conely brought home the $1,000 prize for the AMRA Modified invitational win at Jerry Perine's speed bowl. Bruce Dennis-MOVE Modifeids, Tyler Sines-Street Stocks, Kylar Woofard-Mini Wedge, and Eric Starr-Enduo brought home wins in their respective divisions.

Conley toyed with tough runners Jesse Wisecarver and Anthony Kincade much of the race before really flexing his muscle and bringing home the win in the Randy and Amy Twarog RC3 Modified. Conley has won nearly every race in the RC3 since taking over the reigns earlier in the year. Tanner Wilson, Jess Hartman and Larry Holbrook had great runs in what a proved to be a quality field.

Rounding out the top ten were 1. RC3 Corey Conley , 2. 144 Anthony Kinkade , 3. 101 Jesse Wisecarver , 4. 17 Tanner Wilson , 5. 5 Jess Hartman , 6. L19 Larry Holbrook , 7. RV1X John Burdette , 8. LT2 Terry Hinkle , 9. 7L Mark Luning , and 10. 8 Mitch Brunton .

Conley drove his own mount in the AMRA Late Model Division, this time holding off a hard-charging Ronnie Mayle and Todd Brennan. Mayle has been on a strong run lately, but Conley's kamikaze style proved to be a bit too much for the Chesterhill warrior. Rounding out the line-up were 1. 14 Corey Conley , 2. 50 Ronnie Mayle , 3. 30 Todd Brennan , 4. 88D Jimmy Smith , 5. 48 William Bigham , 6. 11 Ashlee Todd , 7. 20 Robin Duston , 8. 34C Pete Crum , and 9. 3 Matt Robinette.

Bruce Dennis made the trek north and it proved to be worthwhile. Dennis battled with two powerhouse drivers Coleton Perine and Gary Gould, claiming the victory over that duo in a torrid battle. Rounding out the line-up were 1. 1X Bruce Dennis , 2. C8 Coleton Perine , 3. 29 Gary Gould , 4. 17 Jim Ludwig , 5. 42 Grant Shinn , 6. 1 Carl Anders , 7. 8 Zack Perine , 8. 75 Allen Fox , 9. 64F Brian Filkins , 10. 03 Josh Davis , and 11. T5 Teddy Tucker.

Tyler Sines-Street Stocks, Kylar Woofard-Mini Wedge, and Eric Starr-Enduo brought home feature victories in their respective divisions.

There will be no racing Friday, July 18 due to the Perry County Fair. Racing resumes with a Jim Dunn Qualifier July 25 where the top two drivers earn a spot in the August 3 Jim Dunn Memorial.

Octane Race Products is the AMRA Modified sponsor. Other fine sponsors of the AMRA Modified series are Dave Poske’s Performance Parts, Malta Doors and Windows, Wrisco Industries, Hoosier Racing Tire/Hoosier Tire Ohio Valley, Carthage Auto Parts, AERO Racing Wheels, Rocket Chassis, Two-Brothers Racing, Lincoln Welders & Lincoln Electric, Hypercoils, Bazell Race Fuels, Alky Racing Alcohol and Sunoco Race Fuels, Impact Racing, ADP Rivets, RCI, OTR Filters, MSD Ignition, Wilwood Brakes, Kluhsman Racing Components (KRC), Evans Vinyl Signs, Winters Performance Products, Bilstein Shocks, AFCO, PST Drive Shafts, Schoenfeld, Killer Bee Race Bodies, Bell Racing Helmets, The Bumper Man, and Pike Street Lanes. Join the AMRA now!-America’s Open Wheeled Modified’s Most Competitive Series!

Drivers and Fans can seek updates on www.amramodified.com or the AMRA FaceBook page. The AMRA wishes to thank to all of the racers and promoters who have supported and participated in the past and to those continuing to support and participate in the AMRA. For more information about the AMRA, visit amramodified.com or visit their facebook page.

 

Thanks to Amanda Carsey

Midway Speedway Results 7-11-14

Modified : 1. RC3 Corey Conley , 2. 144 Anthony Kinkade , 3. 101 Jesse Wisecarver , 4. 17 Tanner Wilson , 5. 5 Jess Hartman , 6. L19 Larry Holbrook , 7. RV1X John Burdette , 8. LT2 Terry Hinkle , 9. 7L Mark Luning , 10. 8 Mitch Brunton , 11. 44J Jeremy Jarvis , 12. C7 Casey Fritz , 13. 10 Kyle Bond , 14. 16 Jason Morey , 15. Justin Morey – DNS

Late Model : 1. 14 Corey Conley , 2. 50 Ronnie Mayle , 3. 30 Todd Brennan , 4. 88D Jimmy Smith , 5. 48 William Bigham , 6. 11 Ashlee Todd , 7. 20 Robin Duston , 8. 34C Pete Crum , 9. 3 Matt Robinette

M.O.V.E. Modified : 1. 1X Bruce Dennis , 2. C8 Coleton Perine , 3. 29 Gary Gould , 4. 17 Jim Ludwig , 5. 42 Grant Shinn , 6. 1 Carl Anders , 7. 8 Zack Perine , 8. 75 Allen Fox , 9. 64F Brian Filkins , 10. 03 Josh Davis , 11. T5 Teddy Tucker – DQ

Licking County Street Stocks : 1. 101T Tyler Sines , 2. 88D Eric Dixon , 3. 30 Jonathon Brennan

Mini Wedge : 1. 10W Kylar Woofard , 2. 3D Alex Dunlap , 3. 25K Kaylee Carsey , 4. 44 Pierce Newlon – DNS

Enduro Top 5 : 1. 42 Eric Starr , 2. 07 Kelly Rutter , 3. 5150 Chuck Cain , 4. 740 Billy Peyton , 5. 2810 Ralph Hobson

-We are off racing 7-18-14

-July 25 : Late Models 30 Laps , Top 2 are locked into the Jim Dunn