8.28.15 Results Kistler Racing Products/Ohio Logistics Night

Brubaker earns 4th 410 win of year at Attica; Reed wears track crown

By Brian Liskai

ATTICA, Ohio – Byron Reed can do something no other sprint car driver has done the past seven seasons. The Monclova, Ohio sprint car driver could possibly win two track championships and a series title all in the same year.

Reed would finish second to Stuart Brubaker in the O’Reilly Auto Parts 410 Sprint feature Friday at Attica Raceway Park to wrap up his 7th track championship on Kistler Racing Products/Ohio Logistics Night. It’s Reed’s first title since 2010 and is worth $10,000. He recently scored his third Kistler Racing Products FAST (Fremont Attica Sprint Title) Championship Presented by KS Sales and Service, also worth $10,000. And, heading into the championship night on Sept. 12 at Fremont Speedway, he has the point lead.

“Congrats to Stuart…it was a good run. I hate leading. I was really just worried about the 97 car (Dean Jacobs who came into the night leading the points). I don’t want to take anything away from Stuart…he did a great job. I knew he would blaze the top. I just couldn’t do it…I had too much to lose. I have thank Kistlers and Maxim and ProShocks tuned by OC…it seems like we’re better in the slick than a lot of other teams,” said Reed. “I really have to thank two of the classiest people I know. My dad and mom have my back and all my crew guys for all their hard work this year.”

Brubaker, from Gibsonburg, would lead up to lap 24 when Reed would split a lapped car and Brubaker to grab the lead. But when Jimmy Colvin crashed hard into the turn four fencing, necessitating a length fence repair, Brubaker’s crew settled him down and on the restart he would blast by Reed and drive away for the fourth win of the year and the fourth 410 sprint victory of his career at Attica.

“Mikey (Sommers, crew chief) got on my ass pretty good. I didn’t even get stopped and I heard him yelling ‘you screwed up down here.’ I said alright I’ll try to make up for it. We had a bleeder messing up on the left rear tire and it kept building air and every time I’d get into the corner I couldn’t enter on the cushion. It kept building up and getting the car down on the right front. They fixed that so the thing would sit left on entry. That took care of everything,” said Brubaker of his Dave Story Equipment Repair, Randy Beeker Excavating, Stephen Mapus Productive Tools, Adkins Sanitation, Kistler Engines backed machine.

“I kept watching Byron enter three quarters of the way up and I didn’t know why he wasn’t entering on the cushion but I was happy he didn’t. These guys are great people. Thanks to Sonny…he’s the one that put us here along with Sharon, Rollie, Mikey, Tyler and Spencer…these guys have been awesome,” added Brubaker of his Meggit Sandblasting, Advantage Ford, Schiets Motorsports sponsored machine.

While Rusty Schlenk would put the fifth different car he’s driven in victory lane this season in the Summit Racing Equipment UMP Late Models, Doug Drown’s third place finish would wrap up his first ever Attica Raceway Park championship as he recorded 7 wins during the season. Drown could also wrap up the Wayne County Speedway track title and has already clinched the Attica Raceway Park/Wayne County Speedway Late Model Series Challenge title as well.

“The race only pays $1,000 and the difference in the points between first and second is $4,000 so I knew I was going to race smart. When I got to Ryan (Markham) I knew I was just going to follow…if I could see him I knew I was good. You have to race smart when you’re racing for points. We did what we came here to do. This is only the second time I’ve ran for a championship. Leroy Hall, Kim and Tim Mowry…the whole family, Joy, Danny, my dad…everyone put in a great effort this year,” said Drown of his track title worth $7,500.

Schlenk would power into the lead on lap 10 after a duel with Ryan Markham and would drive away to his second victory of the year at Attica. It’s his division leading 21st career victory at the track. The win keeps Schlenk atop the national UMP points as he tries for his second such title.

“It feels good to get back in my own car. We’ve had so many problems this year. We’ve been leading national points so we’ve had to borrow cars for the last month and half. Thank God for Ken Hahn and his crew. If it wasn’t for them I would still be leading the points. This is the fifth race car I’ve been in victory lane in this year. I have to give a big thanks to Rocket Chassis and all my guys for sticking with me,” said Schlenk beside his Velocita Fire Suits, Micro-Armor Lubricants, Main and Company, All Star Performance backed machine.

The Foster’s Auto Body 305 Sprints put on a heck of a feature and points race and when the dust settled, Fremont’s Dustin Stroup would win his first ever Attica feature. Jordan Ryan would finish second to earn his second straight track title by only seven points over Bobby Clark.

Coming into the night Clark led Ryan by only one point. The pair started in the last row of their heat and Ryan transferred to the A-main and was able to start 9th while Clark had to come through the B-main and started 17th. On a restart with three laps to go Clark would drive from sixth to fourth but ran out of time to catch Ryan for a shot at the track title.

“Jamie Miller was either telling me to go or he (Clark) was coming. I was waiting to see where he was at and I saw Rando (Steve) and then the eight and I was like ‘I gotta go and do something on this restart. I drove through the middle and it worked better than any where I had driven all night. I should have done that earlier in the race.

“I had to go balls to the wall in that heat. I knew he had to be coming because Bobby Clark has a lot of experience and is a good race car driver. It feels good beating him knowing he’s been racing that long. I have to thank all my crew and sponsors,” said Ryan.

Stroup would drive around Dustin Dinan after leader Paul Weaver flew off the track on lap 19. Stroup would blast away at the cushion for the victory.

“I have to thank Kenny Meggit first off for letting me use this motor. If it wasn’t for him I’d be sitting at home doing nothing. I raced 305s for six years and didn’t get a win. Travelling around racing 360s definitely give you more experience at different tracks. I’m not knocking this 305 division because it’s not that easy…it’s just as tough as racing 360s,” said Stroup beside his Sherry Stroup at Gabel and Associates Realty, Westway Farms, Slade Shock Technology, Daniel Miller Cement Finishing, Advanced Auto Parts backed #10x.

Woodville’s Danny Roepke Jr. would lead all 15 laps to score his second win of the year in the Fremont Fence Dirt Trucks. Matt Foos would overcome a flat tire and would storm back to finish fifth to wrap up his first ever track championship.

“I hate rain but I was praying for rain today,” joked Foos. “My crew…to change that tire…it shows these guys have my back 110 percent all the time. This is pretty cool. Most of the year I was trying to get four wins in a row because my brother said I wasn’t cool enough unless I won four in a row. We fell short of that but we got a championship. I couldn’t be happier with this team.”

The win for Roepke was the 10th of his career and he is now tied with Bob Dible for third on the track’s all-time win list for the division.

“We jumped in to come out for the feature and she didn’t want to start. But we got it to work. It had a little vibration in it…not sure what that was either but it held together,” said Roepke.

Caleb Armstrong and Brubaker brought the field to green for the 30-lap 410 sprint feature but Nate Dussel would tumble off turn one on the start. He was okay. There were two more attempts at a start which resulted in Armstrong being put back a row. When the green flew Brubaker blasted to the cushion to lead Duane Zablocki, Reed, Armstrong, Chris Andrews and Caleb Griffith.

A caution for debris – which was later determined to be the side wing panel of Reed’s front wing – on lap five saved Brubaker who had bobbled on the cushion in turn four. On the restart Zablocki challenged Brubaker by using the bottom drove as Reed, Armstrong, Andrews and Griffith were locked in an entertaining battle for third.

Jimmy Colvin would stop and Zablocki would suffer a mechanical failure in the front suspension on lap 11 for another caution. When the green flew Brubaker now had to contend with Reed with Armstrong, Griffith, Tyler Gunn, Jacobs and Andrews in tow. With 10 laps to go Reed was pressuring Brubaker who moved to the bottom of turns three and four, searching for an advantage.

On lap 24 Brubaker and Reed raced into lap traffic and split Kevin Shelbo with Reed sliding into the lead. The caution would fly for a Jared Horstman spin with five laps to go. On the ensuing restart Colvin would fly into the catch fence in turn four. Though he was uninjured, the crash would necessitate a length open red as the fencing and safety lights needed repair.

When the green finally flew Brubaker drove around Reed for the lead with Griffith taking third from Armstrong on lap 28. Brubaker would take the victory over Reed, Griffith, Armstrong and Andrews. Jacobs would drive from 12th to an eighth place finish and would finish 21 points behind Reed with Brubaker finishing third in the final point standings.

Mike Bores and BJ Gregory paced the field for the 25 lap late model feature with Bores gaining the advantage over Ryan Markham, Gregory, Schlenk, Devin Shiels and Dave Hornikel. The caution would fly with three laps in for a two-car incident.

When the green came back out Bores and Markham waged war for the lead with Schlenk, Gregory, Larry Kingseed, Hornikel and Kyle Moore in pursuit. Markham would take the lead on lap seven with Schlenk stealing second a lap later. Schlenk quickly closed on Markham and drove into the lead on lap 10 with Kingseed, Drown and Shiels in tow.

The final caution would fly on lap 16 for a Moore spin. With a clear track now Schlenk would pull away and drove to the win over Markham, Drown, Kingseed and Bores. Drown would take the track title by 41 points over Markham who never finished out of the top 10 in any event at Attica so far this season.

In the 25 lap 305 sprint feature Brian Gibbs and Dustin Dinan brought the field to green with Dinan gaining the advantage. Paul Weaver was the car on the move as he took third on lap five and second by lap seven.

Dan Hennig would spin on lap eight and on the restart Weaver would rocket around Dinan for the lead. Weaver built up a sizeable lead as he raced into heavy lapped traffic by the 17th circuit with Dinan, eighth starting Stroup, Ryan, Jamie Miller and Gibbs in pursuit.

Weaver would jump the cushion in turns three and four and come to rest against the turn four guardrail to end his night on lap 18. On the restart Stroup would blast around Dinan to grab the lead with Ryan and Miller pressuring for third. Miller would drive from fourth to second on lap 21 just before Kyle Capodice would spin with three laps to go.

On the ensuing restart Stroup was able to hold off Miller who had his hands full with Ryan. All eyes were on Clark who had raced his way to sixth when that cushion flew. As Stroup drove to the white flag Ryan got under Miller for second with Clark droving around Steve Rando and Dinan into fourth.

Stroup would hold off Ryan for the win with Miller, Clark and Rando rounding out the top five. Clark’s valiant effort would leave him just seven points shy of Ryan in the track championship battle.

In the 15 lap dirt truck feature, Roepke and Jeff Ward brought the field to green with Roepke holding the advantage over Ward, Eric Devanna, Keith Sorg, Foos and Brad Keckler. After only a lap was recorded, Keckler and Brandon Leighton got together for a caution.

Another caution for debris on lap three would save the track title for Foos who had to go pit side with a flat tire. His crew got him back out just as the green was ready to fly. The race would go the final 12 laps caution free.

Roepke would build up a sizeable lead while the battle for second heated up between Ward, Devanna, Sorg and Arnold. Devanna took the spot on lap six with Ward now locked in a war with Arnold and a charging Foos for third. Arnold would take the spot on the white flag lap.

Roepke would romp to a comfortable win over Devanna, Arnold, Ward and Foos.

Attica Raceway Park will wrap up the 2015 season with the traditional Attica Ambush on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 4 and 5. The Lucas Oil Late Model Series will battle for $10,000 to win Friday along with the University of Northwestern Ohio All Star Circuit of Champion Sprint Cars. On Saturday it’s the UNOH All Stars along with the UMP late models, 305 sprints and dirt trucks.

For more information go to www.atticaracewaypark.com

Attica Raceway Park
Ohio Logistics/Kistler Racing Products Night
Friday, August 28, 2015
Finishing position[*]

O’Reilly Auto Parts 410 Sprints (18 cars)

Nitro Black Performance by Engine Pro Heat 1 – (8 Laps, top 6 to A)
1. 9x-Rob Chaney[6] ; 2. 7C-Caleb Armstrong[1] ; 3. 38-Jared Horstman[3] ; 4. 9Z-Duane Zablocki[5] ; 5. 3J-Trey Jacobs[2] ; 6. 40DD-Nate Dussel[4]

Summit Racing Equipment Heat 2 – (8 Laps, top 6 to A)
1. 83M-Broc Martin[2] ; 2. 68G-Tyler Gunn[1] ; 3. 97-Dean Jacobs[6] ; 4. 9-Jimmy Colvin[3] ; 5. 8-Kevin Shelbo[4] ; 6. 53-Cap Henry[5]

Ultra Shield Race Products Heat 3 – (8 Laps, top 6 to A)
1. 19-Chris Andrews[3] ; 2. 33M-Caleb Griffith[1] ; 3. 5R-Byron Reed[2] ; 4. 16-Stuart Brubaker[5] ; 5. 91-Cale Thomas[6] ; 6. 63-Greg Wilson[4]

A-Main 1 – (30 Laps)
1. 16-Stuart Brubaker[2] ; 2. 5R-Byron Reed[4] ; 3. 33M-Caleb Griffith[5] ; 4. 7C-Caleb Armstrong[1] ; 5. 19-Chris Andrews[6] ; 6. 68G-Tyler Gunn[9] ; 7. 91-Cale Thomas[15] ; 8. 97-Dean Jacobs[12] ; 9. 63-Greg Wilson[17] ; 10. 83M-Broc Martin[11] ; 11. 38-Jared Horstman[8] ; 12. 3J-Trey Jacobs[13] ; 13. 8-Kevin Shelbo[14] ; 14. 9-Jimmy Colvin[10] ; 15. 9x-Rob Chaney[7] ; 16. 9Z-Duane Zablocki[3] ; 17. 40DD-Nate Dussel[16]
Hard Charger: Cale Thomas +8

Foster’s Auto Body 305 Sprints (30 cars)

Nitro Black Performance by Engine Pro Heat 1 – (8 Laps, top 4 to A)
1. 87-Brian Gibbs[1] ; 2. 5R-Jordan Ryan[7] ; 3. 10X-Dustin Stroup[3] ; 4. 22M-Dan McCarron[4] ; 5. 7S-Thomas Schinderle[6] ; 6. 8-Bobby Clark[8] ; 7. 9R-Dustin Rall[2] ; 8. 2L-Landon LaLonde[5]

Summit Racing Equipment Heat 2 – (8 Laps, top 4 to A)
1. 19R-Steve Rando[4] ; 2. 39-Jamie Miller[7] ; 3. 1X-Dustin Dinan[3] ; 4. 4T-James Taddeo[8] ; 5. 12-Kyle Capodice[6] ; 6. 39C-Scott Riley[1] ; 7. 14-Rick Daugherty[2] ; 8. 36-Seth Schneider[5]

Ultra Shield Racing Products Heat 3 – (8 Laps, top 4 to A)
1. 1W-Paul Weaver[1] ; 2. 7M-Brandon Moore[2] ; 3. 4*-Tyler Street[3] ; 4. 11G-Luke Griffith[6] ; 5. 97-Kyle Peters[4] ; 6. 20I-Kelsey Ivy[5] ; 7. 75-Jerry Dahms[7]

Rock Auto.com Heat 4 – (8 Laps, top 4 to A)
1. 32H-Dan Hennig[1] ; 2. 2-Ricky Peterson[7] ; 3. 27-Cody Gallogly[2] ; 4. 18N-Frank Neill[6] ; 5. 26-Ryan French[3] ; 6. 13-Jeremy Duposki[4] ; 7. 94K-Kurt Huber[5]

Computer Man B-Main 1 – (12 Laps, top 6 to A)
1. 8-Bobby Clark[5] ; 2. 7S-Thomas Schinderle[1] ; 3. 12-Kyle Capodice[2] ; 4. 97-Kyle Peters[3] ; 5. 36-Seth Schneider[14] ; 6. 13-Jeremy Duposki[8] ; 7. 2L-Landon LaLonde[13] ; 8. 39C-Scott Riley[6] ; 9. 75-Jerry Dahms[11] ; 10. 14-Rick Daugherty[10] ; 11. 94K-Kurt Huber[12] ; 12. 9R-Dustin Rall[9] ; 13. 26-Ryan French[4] ; 14. 20I-Kelsey Ivy[7]

A-Main 1 – (25 Laps)
1. 10X-Dustin Stroup[8] ; 2. 5R-Jordan Ryan[9] ; 3. 39-Jamie Miller[5] ; 4. 8-Bobby Clark[17] ; 5. 19R-Steve Rando[12] ; 6. 1X-Dustin Dinan[2] ; 7. 4*-Tyler Street[4] ; 8. 87-Brian Gibbs[1] ; 9. 7M-Brandon Moore[10] ; 10. 11G-Luke Griffith[15] ; 11. 22M-Dan McCarron[13] ; 12. 2-Ricky Peterson[11] ; 13. 27-Cody Gallogly[7] ; 14. 4T-James Taddeo[14] ; 15. 36-Seth Schneider[21] ; 16. 7S-Thomas Schinderle[18] ; 17. 32H-Dan Hennig[6] ; 18. 12-Kyle Capodice[19] ; 19. 97-Kyle Peters[20] ; 20. 18N-Frank Neill[16] ; 21. 1W-Paul Weaver[3] ; 22. 13-Jeremy Duposki[22]
Hard Charger: Bobby Clark +13

Summit Racing Equipment Late Models (24 cars)

Nitro Black Performance by Engine Pro Heat 1 – (8 Laps, top 5 to A)
1. 00-Chris Keller[1] ; 2. 21-Larry Kingseed[4] ; 3. 240-Doug Drown[8] ; 4. 5M-Ryan Markham[5] ; 5. 12-Kent Brewer[3] ; 6. 6-Graeme Short[2] ; 7. 69R-Doug Baird[7]

Summit Racing Equipment Heat 2 – (8 Laps, top 5 to A)
1. 50Y-Ryan Missler[2] ; 2. 91-Rusty Schlenk[4] ; 3. 51-Devin Shiels[3] ; 4. 15B-Mike Bores[1] ; 5. 71I-Matt Irey[5] ; 6. 92-Cody Scott[7] ; 7. 5J-Josh Haynes[6] ; 8. 03-Jim Gingery[8]

Ultra Shield Race Products Heat 3 – (8 Laps, top 5 to A)
1. 2*-Kyle Moore[1] ; 2. 29-Rocky Owens[4] ; 3. 71-Dave Hornikel[7] ; 4. 00G-BJ Gregory[3] ; 5. X-Tim Sabo[6] ; 6. 30-Nate Potts[2] ; 7. P3-Jeff Robertson[8] ; 8. 1F-Justin Collet[5]

Computer Man B-Main 1 – (10 Laps, top 5 to A)
1. 92-Cody Scott[2] ; 2. 5J-Josh Haynes[5] ; 3. 03-Jim Gingery[7] ; 4. 6-Graeme Short[1] ; 5. 30-Nate Potts[3] ; 6. 69R-Doug Baird[4] ; 7. P3-Jeff Robertson[6]

A-Main 1 – (25 Laps)
1. 91-Rusty Schlenk[5] ; 2. 5M-Ryan Markham[3] ; 3. 240-Doug Drown[9] ; 4. 21-Larry Kingseed[10] ; 5. 15B-Mike Bores[1] ; 6. 50Y-Ryan Missler[12] ; 7. 92-Cody Scott[16] ; 8. X-Tim Sabo[15] ; 9. 00-Chris Keller[11] ; 10. 00G-BJ Gregory[2] ; 11. 71-Dave Hornikel[6] ; 12. 2*-Kyle Moore[7] ; 13. 51-Devin Shiels[4] ; 14. 5J-Josh Haynes[17] ; 15. 30-Nate Potts[20] ; 16. 6-Graeme Short[19] ; 17. 03-Jim Gingery[18] ; 18. 71I-Matt Irey[14] ; 19. 29-Rocky Owens[8] ; 20. 12-Kent Brewer[13]
Hard Charger: Cody Scott +9

Fremont Fence Dirt Trucks (12 trucks)

Nitro Black Performance by Engine Pro Heat 1 – (8 Laps, top 6 to A)
1. 2-Matt Foos[2] ; 2. P51-Brad Keckler[6] ; 3. 33W-Jeff Ward[4] ; 4. 16-Brandon Leighton[5] ; 5. 13-Len Benyak[1] ; 6. 7F-Dana Frey[3]

Summit Racing Equipment Heat 2 – (8 Laps, top 6 to A)
1. 88-Danny Roepke[4] ; 2. 37-Eric Devanna[2] ; 3. 4S-Keith Sorg[6] ; 4. 33-Brian Arnold[3] ; 5. 17X-Dustin Keegan[5] ; 6. 9-Curt Inks[1]

A-Main 1 – (15 Laps)
1. 88-Danny Roepke[1] ; 2. 37-Eric Devanna[3] ; 3. 33-Brian Arnold[7] ; 4. 33W-Jeff Ward[2] ; 5. 2-Matt Foos[8] ; 6. 4S-Keith Sorg[5] ; 7. 17X-Dustin Keegan[10] ; 8. 7F-Dana Frey[11] ; 9. 9-Curt Inks[12] ; 10. 13-Len Benyak[9] ; 11. P51-Brad Keckler[6] ; 12. 16-Brandon Leighton[4]
Hard Charger: Brian Arnold +4

8.21.15 Results NBC Toledo Channel 24 Night

Reed takes advantage of Andrews’s last lap woes for 1st Attica win of 2015

By Brian Liskai

ATTICA, Ohio – Byron Reed has had races taken from him on the last lap and has won races on the last lap. For Reed it was the later on Friday in dramatic fashion at Attica Raceway Park on NBC Toledo WNWO Channel 24 Night.

Chris Andrews seemed to have the race in hand as he and Reed raced to the checkers of the O’Reilly Auto Parts 410 Sprint feature. But, Tyler Gunn spun in turn four right in front of Andrews who had to check up and Reed scooted by on the bottom to collect his first win of the year at Attica.

For Reed, a six time track champion, it was his 31st career victory at Attica as he sits second on the track’s all-time win list.

“Probably shouldn’t have won. I started on the pole and that’s nice. I’d rather start on the pole than the tail all the time. That’s racing. He’s taken some away from me so I got one back tonight. We’ve been as good as anyone during the races here all season. But we have struggled on the starts. Hopefully we’ve turned that around,” said Reed beside his Crown Battery, Kistler Engines, Fremont Auto Parts backed #5.

In a caution plagued Summit Racing Equipment UMP Late Model feature, Wooster, Ohio’s Doug Drown continued his phenomenal summer as he scored his seventh win of the year at Attica. Drown also has 8 wins at Wayne County Speedway and his victory Friday at Attica all but assures him the $1,500 Attica Wayne County Speedway Late Model Series title. The victory is the 13th of his career at Attica and moves him into a tie with Jon Henry for second on the track’s all-time win list behind Rusty Schlenk.

“I actually gambled out there. Nobody has ever run a hard tire on the right front and I did tonight. I had my hands full and that’s why I kept driving it off the race track because it wasn’t gripping. I was nervous…probably the most nervous I’ve been. And then all those cautions when you have hard tires on…it’s nerve racking,” said Drown beside his Hall’s Auto Sales, Malcuit Racing Engines, Nationwide Vehicle Protection, Wooster Glass, Kar Konnections backed #240.

“I made a mistake there in three and four. If I hadn’t done that I was pulling away. That’s what happens…when you make mistakes you’d better recover quickly. I’m very thankful and blessed that I’ve had this opportunity. It’s been a rough year. We’ve had crew members come and go but we keep after it. A lot of people don’t see the behind the scenes things. This is a team that keeps working hard. Hopefully when the big boys (Lucas Oil Late Model Series) we’ll have something for them and represent Attica and the local guys well,” added Drown.

In the Foster’s Auto Body 305 Sprint feature it looked like rookie teenager Tyler Street was going to pick up his first sprint car win. But, Steve Rando utilized the track’s extreme outside lane to drive into the lead with three laps to go and scored his first win of the year at Attica and the fourth of his career at the track. It’s the second straight win for Rando who won last Saturday at Fremont Speedway.

“Last week at Fremont and tonight seems like we’re on a roll. That’s a good thing. We’ve went through three frames in the last three weeks so we’ve been pretty busy. But, it all paid off in the end. We haven’t won here since last year,” said Rando beside his Davis Fabricators, Westway Farms, North Coast Sealing, North Coast Asphalt, Attitudes Hair Salon, Thornbahn Woodworking backed #19R.

Kansas, Ohio’s Eric Devanna has been close to a win all season in the Fremont Fence Dirt Trucks. It finally all came together for him Friday…but barely. Devanna held off a charging Brian Arnold to record his first career racing victory – by a front bumper.

“That was a long race for me. We had a lot of motor issues to start the season out. Thank you to Cory my teammate for introducing me to Dave Dickens and getting us a hell of a motor. I want to thank everyone on the truck for all their help,” said Devanna beside his Hammer Farms, Crown Battery, Kear’s Speed Shop, A&D Auto Parts and Repair, Blue Eagle Inn, Walsh Farms, Same day Signs backed machine.

In the 30 lap 410 sprint feature Reed and Caleb Griffith would bring the field to green with Reed gaining the upper hand over Griffith, Max Stambaugh, D.J. Foos, Andrews, Stuart Brubaker and T.J. Michael. Reed would pull away slightly over Griffith and Stambaugh with Foos, Andrews and Michael in a tremendous battle for fourth.

Rob Chaney would bring out the caution after three laps were scored. Two laps later Mark Coleman would spin for another yellow with the running order Reed, Griffith, Stambaugh, Andrews, Michael, Foos, Brubaker, Dean Jacobs, Nate Dussel and Tyler Gunn.

Andrews would drive into third on lap seven as both Stambaugh and Michael challenged. Foos would stop in turn four on lap 9 to bring out the final caution of the feature. On the restart Andrews would drive around Griffith into second and closed quickly on Reed. The two would race side by side over the next three laps before Andrews gained the slight advantage.

As the leaders raced into lapped traffic on lap 18, the running order was Andrews, Reed, Griffith, Brubaker, Stambaugh, Michael, Jacobs, Dussel, Gunn, Duane Zablocki and Parker Price Miller. Reed began to inch closer to Andrews as he was better using the high line in three and four and Andrews was better using the low line in turns one and two.

With seven laps to go Reed raced to Andrews outside for the lead with Griffith, Brubaker, Stambaugh, Michael and Jacobs in tow. Andrews went high in three and four a couple of laps to get around slower traffic and actually pulled away slightly from Reed.

After taking the white flag, Andrews and Reed raced nose to tail down the back stretch. Andrews went high to get around a lapped car and Reed went low. Gunn would spin right in front of Andrews who slowed to avoid hitting him and Reed drove by on the bottom to the checkers.

Behind Reed were Andrews, Griffith, Brubaker and Stambaugh.

Matt Irey and Drown would bring the field to green for the 25 lap late model feature but before a lap could be recorded a multi-car crash took place. When the green flew so did Drown but he could not build a lead as several cautions kept the competition close.

After a yellow with two laps in, Irey would drive into the lead but by lap four Drown was back in command over Irey, Mike Bores, Devin Shiels and Ryan Markham. Cautions on lap five and lap 7 kept Irey close with the race for third entertaining between Bores, Shiels and Markham.

A caution for one of the infield tractor tires being pushed on the track on lap 10 saw the running order Drown, Irey, Shiels, Bores, Markham, Larry Kingseed, Chris Keller and Ryan Missler. A spat of three cautions on lap 12 – one for a spin and the other two for crashes on restarts – would keep the field close. When the green flew Irey again challenged Drown as Markham moved into third with Shiels, Keller and Missler staying close.

Shiels would drive into second on lap 15 as Drown pulled away. Shiels, Irey and Markham waged a tremendous battle for second over the next hand full of laps before Josh Haynes brought out the final yellow with seven laps to go. On the restart Markham would drive into second but Drown pulled away slightly.

As the laps ticked off, Markham gained on Drown and when they took the white flag Markham raced to Drown’s inside. It was a drag race off turn four to the checkers and Drown scored the win over Markham, Shiels, Irey and Keller.

In the 25 lap 305 sprint feature John Ivy and Tyler Street would pace the field but before a lap could be scored Kyle Peters would win. On the ensuing restart Ivy would gain the upper hand over Street with Rando charging from sixth to third while Bobby Clark and Dustin Dinan gave chase.

After two laps were scored the caution flew for a multi-car incident with the running order Ivy, Rando, Street, Clark, Dinan and Dan McCarron. When the green reappeared Ivy would lead while Street drove under Rando for second. Street would then challenge Ivy for the lead as the two raced side by side over the next four laps before Street would take the lead on lap eight.

Just as Street was going to have to figure out what to do with lapped cars racing in his bottom groove the caution would fly for a Kyle Capodice spin on lap 11. On the restart Paul Weaver would stop for another caution. With a clear track, Street would pull away when the green flew again as Ivy and Rando battled for second. Rando would take the runner-up spot on lap 14 and began to eat away at Street’s lead.

With five laps to go Dustin Stroup would spin and that would put Rando right on Street’s rear bumper. When the green flew Rando charged to Street’s outside. The pair raced wing to wing over the next two laps before Rando would blast off turn four to grab the top spot on lap 23.

Rando would pull away for the victory with Bobby Clark edging Street for second at the checkers while Ivy and Jordan Ryan rounded out the top five.

Devanna and Keith Sorg battled for the lead early in the 15-lap dirt truck feature with Sorg holding the lead the first two laps before the caution flew for Randy Ryan, Brad Keckler and Norm Van Ness. On the restart Sorg and Devanna picked right back up on their battle with Dustin Keegan, Brian Arnold and Matt Foos in tow.

Devanna would take the lead on lap five just before the caution flew for Foos who coasted to a stop in turn one. When the green flew Devanna would pull away from Sorg with Keegan and Arnold locked in a battle for third.

With two laps to go the truck on the move was Arnold as he took second. As Devanna took the white flag Arnold was glued to his rear bumper. The pair drove side by side into turns three and four and it was a drag race to the checkers with Devanna literally winning by a front bumper over Arnold, Sorg, Curt Inks and Keegan.

Attica Raceway Park will be back in action on Friday, Aug. 28 as Ohio Logistics and Kistler Racing Products Presents the Mark Keegan Classic Season Championship Night. Double points are on the line to determine who wears the coveted Attica Raceway Park crowns for all four divisions.

For more information go to www.atticaracewaypark.com

Attica Raceway Park
WNWO NBC Channel 24 Night
Friday, Aug. 21, 2015
Starting position [*]

O’Reilly Auto Parts 410 Sprints (18 cars)

Nitro Black Performance by Engine Pro Heat 1 – (8 Laps, top 9 to A)
1. 5R-Byron Reed[5] ; 2. 19-Chris Andrews[9] ; 3. 9x-Rob Chaney[2] ; 4. 8M-TJ Michael[4] ; 5. 60-Jody Keegan[3] ; 6. 83X-Nate Reeser[8] ; 7. 68G-Tyler Gunn[7] ; 8. 9P-Parker Price-Miller[6] ; 9. 53-Cap Henry[1]

Summit Racing Equipment Heat 2 – (8 Laps, top 9 to A)
1. 16-Stuart Brubaker[2] ; 2. 33M-Caleb Griffith[4] ; 3. 6M-Max Stambaugh[1] ; 4. 21-DJ Foos[7] ; 5. 9Z-Duane Zablocki[3] ; 6. 97-Dean Jacobs[9] ; 7. 40DD-Nate Dussel[5] ; 8. 9-Jimmy Colvin[8] ; 9. 37-Mark Coleman[6]

A-Main 1 – (30 Laps)
1. 5R-Byron Reed[1] ; 2. 19-Chris Andrews[3] ; 3. 33M-Caleb Griffith[2] ; 4. 16-Stuart Brubaker[8] ; 5. 6M-Max Stambaugh[5] ; 6. 8M-TJ Michael[6] ; 7. 97-Dean Jacobs[12] ; 8. 40DD-Nate Dussel[14] ; 9. 9Z-Duane Zablocki[10] ; 10. 9P-Parker Price-Miller[15] ; 11. 21-DJ Foos[4] ; 12. 9-Jimmy Colvin[16] ; 13. 68G-Tyler Gunn[13] ; 14. 37-Mark Coleman[18] ; 15. 83X-Nate Reeser[11] ; 16. 60-Jody Keegan[9] ; 17. 9x-Rob Chaney[7]
Hard Charger: Nate Dussel +6

Foster’s Auto Body 305 Sprints (27 cars)

Nitro Black Performance by Engine Pro Heat 1 – (8 Laps, top 5 to A)
1. 5R-Jordan Ryan[1] ; 2. 77I-John Ivy[3] ; 3. 3J-Trey Jacobs[2] ; 4. 22M-Dan McCarron[9] ; 5. 4T-James Taddeo[7] ; 6. 24-Alex Paden[4] ; 7. 8J-AJ Sleek[8] ; 8. 42-Kevin Shirey[6] ; 9. 32H-Dan Hennig[5]

Summit Racing Equipment Heat 2 – (8 Laps, top 5 to A)
1. 19R-Steve Rando[3] ; 2. 8-Bobby Clark[2] ; 3. 1X-Dustin Dinan[6] ; 4. 11G-Luke Griffith[8] ; 5. 39-Jamie Miller[9] ; 6. 97-Kyle Peters[4] ; 7. 87-Brian Gibbs[1] ; 8. 9R-Dustin Rall[7] ; 9. 75-Jerry Dahms[5]

Ultra Shield Race Products Heat 3 – (8 Laps, top 5 to A)
1. 2-Ricky Peterson[2] ; 2. 4*-Tyler Street[6] ; 3. 1W-Paul Weaver[8] ; 4. 12-Kyle Capodice[5] ; 5. 10X-Dustin Stroup[9] ; 6. 2L-Landon LaLonde[1] ; 7. 7S-Thomas Schinderle[4] ; 8. 36-Seth Schneider[7] ; 9. 18-Frank Neill[3]

Computer Man B-Main 1 – (10 Laps, top 5 to A)
1. 24-Alex Paden[1] ; 2. 7S-Thomas Schinderle[6] ; 3. 97-Kyle Peters[2] ; 4. 36-Seth Schneider[9] ; 5. 18-Frank Neill[12] ; 6. 87-Brian Gibbs[5] ; 7. 9R-Dustin Rall[8] ; 8. 75-Jerry Dahms[11] ; 9. 42-Kevin Shirey[7] ; 10. 2L-Landon LaLonde[3] ; 11. 32H-Dan Hennig[10] ; 12. 8J-AJ Sleek[4]

A-Main 1 – (25 Laps)
1. 19R-Steve Rando[6] ; 2. 8-Bobby Clark[3] ; 3. 4*-Tyler Street[2] ; 4. 77I-John Ivy[1] ; 5. 5R-Jordan Ryan[7] ; 6. 39-Jamie Miller[14] ; 7. 22M-Dan McCarron[4] ; 8. 7S-Thomas Schinderle[17] ; 9. 3J-Trey Jacobs[11] ; 10. 2-Ricky Peterson[10] ; 11. 36-Seth Schneider[19] ; 12. 24-Alex Paden[16] ; 13. 12-Kyle Capodice[9] ; 14. 11G-Luke Griffith[5] ; 15. 18-Frank Neill[20] ; 16. 1X-Dustin Dinan[8] ; 17. 4T-James Taddeo[13] ; 18. 97-Kyle Peters[18] ; 19. 10X-Dustin Stroup[15] ; 20. 1W-Paul Weaver[12]
Hard Charger: Thomas Schinderle +9

Summit Racing Equipment UMP Late Models (22 cars)

1.240-Doug Drown, 14.625; 2.50Y-Ryan Missler, 15.041; 3.00-Chris Keller, 15.088; 4.00G-BJ Gregory, 15.147; 5.5M-Ryan Markham, 15.163; 6.15B-Mike Bores, 15.274; 7.21-Larry Kingseed, 15.288; 8.71I-Matt Irey, 15.300; 9.51-Devin Shiels, 15.307; 10.2*-Kyle Moore, 15.316; 11.9C-Troy Cattarene, 15.432; 12.59-Larry Bellman, 15.435; 13.92-Cody Scott, 15.572; 14.27L-Lauren Longbrake, 15.611; 15.03-Jim Gingery, 15.690; 16.27-Ken Hahn, 15.741; 17.30-Nate Potts, 15.806; 18.5J-Josh Haynes, 15.842; 19.1-Ben Mott, 15.847; 20.69R-Doug Baird, 16.989; 21.12-Kent Brewer, 17.238; 22.6-Graeme Short, 17.574;

Nitro Black Performance by Engine Pro Heat 1, Group A – (8 Laps, top 8 to A)
1. 21-Larry Kingseed[3] ; 2. 2*-Kyle Moore[2] ; 3. 1-Ben Mott[7] ; 4. 59-Larry Bellman[5] ; 5. 27L-Lauren Longbrake[6] ; 6. 50Y-Ryan Missler[4] ; 7. 9C-Troy Cattarene[1] ; 8. 6-Graeme Short[8]

Summit Racing Equipment Heat 2, Group B – (8 Laps, top 7 to A)
1. 71I-Matt Irey[2] ; 2. 15B-Mike Bores[3] ; 3. 27-Ken Hahn[5] ; 4. 00G-BJ Gregory[4] ; 5. 30-Nate Potts[6] ; 6. 03-Jim Gingery[1] ; 7. 12-Kent Brewer[7]

Ultra Shield Race Products Heat 3, Group C – (8 Laps, top 7 to A)
1. 5M-Ryan Markham[2] ; 2. 51-Devin Shiels[1] ; 3. 240-Doug Drown[4] ; 4. 00-Chris Keller[3] ; 5. 5J-Josh Haynes[6] ; 6. 92-Cody Scott[5] ; 7. 69R-Doug Baird[7]

A-Main 1 – (25 Laps)
1. 240-Doug Drown[2] ; 2. 5M-Ryan Markham[6] ; 3. 51-Devin Shiels[3] ; 4. 71I-Matt Irey[1] ; 5. 00-Chris Keller[12] ; 6. 50Y-Ryan Missler[16] ; 7. 21-Larry Kingseed[8] ; 8. 92-Cody Scott[18] ; 9. 00G-BJ Gregory[11] ; 10. 27L-Lauren Longbrake[13] ; 11. 03-Jim Gingery[17] ; 12. 12-Kent Brewer[20] ; 13. 69R-Doug Baird[21] ; 14. 5J-Josh Haynes[15] ; 15. 15B-Mike Bores[7] ; 16. 27-Ken Hahn[5] ; 17. 30-Nate Potts[14] ; 18. 1-Ben Mott[9] ; 19. 59-Larry Bellman[10] ; 20. 6-Graeme Short[22] ; 21. 2*-Kyle Moore[4]
Hard Charger: Ryan Missler +10

Fremont Fence Dirt Trucks (12 trucks)

Nitro Black Performance by Engine Pro Heat 1 – (8 Laps, top 6 to A)
1. 2-Matt Foos[1] ; 2. 17X-Dustin Keegan[2] ; 3. P51-Brad Keckler[3] ; 4. 33-Brian Arnold[5] ; 5. 9-Curt Inks[4] ; 6. 16-Brandon Leighton[6]

Summit Racing Equipment Heat 2 – (8 Laps, top 6 to A)
1. 37-Eric Devanna[2] ; 2. 4S-Keith Sorg[1] ; 3. 7F-Dana Frey[4] ; 4. 88-Norm VanNess[3] ; 5. 13-Len Benyak[5] ; 6. 25-Randy Ryan[6]

A-Main 1 – (15 Laps)
1. 37-Eric Devanna[1] ; 2. 33-Brian Arnold[7] ; 3. 4S-Keith Sorg[2] ; 4. 9-Curt Inks[9] ; 5. 17X-Dustin Keegan[6] ; 6. 16-Brandon Leighton[11] ; 7. P51-Brad Keckler[3] ; 8. 13-Len Benyak[10] ; 9. 25-Randy Ryan[12] ; 10. 2-Matt Foos[4] ; 11. 88-Norm VanNess[8]
Hard Charger: Brian Arnold +5