7.7.06 Results

Keegan ends dryspell at Attica; Weaver scores 5th victory; Marteney, Dible win

By Brian Liskai: Attica, Ohio (Friday, July 7, 2006) – There was a time at Attica Raceway Park when the mere mention of Mark Keegan’s name drew an emotional response – some applause and some boos. That was because the Fremont driver dominated sprint car racing there, picking up 52 wins and 12 track titles over the first 17 years of the track’s existence.

But the last five years have been relatively quiet for Keegan. Sure there was a 410 sprint track title in 2004, but no feature wins since 2001.

That all changed Friday, as Keegan led all 30 laps and survived some close calls with lapped traffic to score his 53rd career Attica win on Smith Family Frosted Foods Night.

Fans witnessed an exciting battle in the 305 sprint feature, with current point leader Paul Weaver of Fremont and Bryan Sebetto of Fremont swapping the lead on at least five ocassions before Weaver would post his fifth win of the season to celebrate Christmas in July at “Ohio’s Finest Racing” speedplant.

The limited late model feature saw Bellevue’s Mike Marteney and Gibsonburg’s Bill Hahn race side by side for several laps before Marteney would score his second victory of the year.

Not to be outdone, the dirt trucks put on a whale of a race, with Fostoria’s Bob Dible and Tiffin’s Brian Arnold trading the lead back and forth while continually racing door to door throughout. Dible eventually edged Arnold for his first career Attica win.

“Sorry it took so long to get back to the horse track here…but I forgot where it was,” joked Keegan beside his Midwest Transportation/Jon Wright Custom Chrome/Edward Jones Financial Services sponsored #X car. “The starting spot (outside front row) was everything tonight for us. The track was so demanding and fast…it would have made it hard for us to pass a lot of cars. I have to thank my brother, Larry, and Tom Kistler for all the help they give me. I especially have to thank all these sponsors..without them I couldn’t keep doing this.”

“I didn’t even have time to grab a tear-off (clear plastic sheet on helmet’s shield). The track was very fast and tricky,” said Weaver on his victory aboard his Genzman Racing/Levell Performance #1w. “Normally I say you have to be patient and stay out of trouble, but Bryan Sebetto wouldn’t let me wait tonight. He raced me hard and clean. I want to thank my crew and my
wife for working so hard on this car.”

“That was a lot of fun racing Bill (Hahn). He’s a good, clean, hard racer,” said Marteney beside his Quality Welding, York Fabrication, Cameo’s Pizza sponsored #45. “I would get under Bill and he would drive around the outside. So I’d go up top and he’d go under me. I think we finally have this car figured out and we can be competitive the rest of the year.”

“I can’t say enough for the guys who put in so much time on this truck. I also have to give Brian Arnold a lot of credit. There were times we could have taken each other out, but he trusts that I won’t do that and I trust he won’t do that,” said Dible standing beside his Bob’s Machine/Slammers Sports Bar sponsored #17. “I want to thank my wife Becky who’s home tonight recuperating from shoulder surgery.”

In the 410 sprint main, Keegan bolted into the lead at the drop of the green, with David Harrison and Todd Heller in tow. Keegan set a blistering pace, hitting lapped traffic by lap 6. Disaster nearly truck for Keegan on lap 9, when the motor let loose in Mike Burkin’s car right in front of the leader, sending him over the banking of turn 1. Keegan kept the car going and retained his top spot, with three lapped machines between he and second place running Harrison, who had his hands full with a charging Lee Jacobs and Mike Linder.

On the restart, both Jacobs and Linder moved around Harrison, with the yellow once again flying a lap later for a stalled Craig Mintz. All eyes were on Byron Reed who had moved from his 16th starting spot to fifth.The field would see 10 laps of green flag racing, with Keegan having to be cautious in lapped traffic, allowing Jacobs to close.

But action would grind to a halt on lap 20, as Jody Keegan smacked the front stretch wall and flipped. He would walk away uninjured. Keegan now had a clear track ahead and went on to the win, with Jacobs, Linder, Reed and Heller rounding out the top five.

In the 305 sprint feature, Sebetto would take the early lead from his pole starting spot, with Dustin Dinan and Brad Haudenschild in tow. The red would stop racing on lap 2 for an upside down Coty Runion (unhurt). On the restart, Sebetto would retain the lead, but the crowd was watching Weaver, who had started 11th and was up to fourth by lap 4. Weaver would shoot around Haudenschild and Dinan on each of the next two laps to move into the runner-up position by lap 6.

Sebetto continued to lead until lap 12, when a bobble in turn one would allow Weaver to take the lead Weaver would lead the next four circuits before Sebetto would catch him and race side by side over the next four laps, swapping the lead through each turn. Weaver would edge Sebetto at the checkered with Dinan, A.J. Sleek and Andy Shammo rounding out the top five.

Bellevue’s Ryan Missler led the limited lates to the green and would grab the lead. However, Hahn shot around Missler a lap later and continued to lead through a lap 9 caution. Hahn an sixth starting Marteney would battle the next three laps before Marteney would shoot to the inside of Hahn exiting turn two to grab the point. Hahn and Missler would pressure Marteney the entire rest of the way, but fell short at the checkered. Behind Marteney, Missler, Hahn, Larry Kingseed and Art Ball would round out the top five.

In the dirt truck feature, Fremont’s Bobby Davis would jump into the early lead, with Dible getting around him a lap later. Arnold would power around the outside of Dible on lap 9 of the 15-lap affair, but Dible would pull along side the next lap for the lead. The two would swap the top spot back and forth the rest of the way, with Dible hanging on for the win over Arnold, Art Ball, Steve Endicott and Shawn Valenti.

Attica Raceway Park will be back in action Friday, July 14 for Underground Utilities Night featuring the winged 410 sprints, 305 sprints, limited lates ($1,000 to win!) and the dirt trucks. Gates open at 5 p.m. and racing gets underway at 8 p.m. For more information call 419-426-8911 or visit www.atticaracewaypark.com

Attica Raceway Park 7-7-06
410 Super Sprints
Heat 1 – Budweiser
1. F1-Jon Finsel; 2. 10-David Harrison; 3. 14H-Todd Heller; 4. 3L-Mike Linder; 5. 8C-Bobby Clark; 6. 5R-Bryon Reed; 7. O-Rodney Duncan; 8. 98-Bruce Robenalt

Heat 2 – Ramsey Trucking
1. X-Mark Keegan; 2. 26-Cody White; 3. 8S-Craig Mintz; 4. 12-Caleb Griffith; 5. 48B-Bill Shaw; 6. 91-Aaron Middaugh; 7. 10S-Roger Shammo

Heat 3 – Bell Helmets
1. K-Andrew Palker; 2. 37Z-Bryan Scott; 3. 7B-Jamie Miller; 4. 16-Lee Jacobs; 5. 60-Jody Keegan; 6. 48-Mike Burkin; 7. 1R-Phil Gressman

A-main Starting Position []
1. X-Mark Keegan[2]; 2. 16-Lee Jacobs[5]; 3. 3L-Mike Linder[10]; 4. 5R-Bryon Reed[16]; 5. 14H-Todd Heller[4]; 6. 8C-Bobby Clark[13]; 7. 10-David Harrison[1]; 8. 12-Caleb Griffith[12]; 9. 7B-Jamie Miller[11]; 10. 37Z-Bryan Scott[6]; 11. 98-Bruce Robenalt[22]; 12. 26-Cody White[7]; 13. 10S-Roger Shammo[20]; 14. 48B-Bill Shaw[14]; 15. K-Andrew Palker[9]; 16. 60-Jody Keegan[15]; 17. 8S-Craig Mintz[8]; 18. 91-Aaron Middaugh[17]; 19. 48-Mike Burkin[18]; 20. O-Rodney Duncan[19]; 21. F1-Jon Finsel[3]

305 Sprints
Heat 1 – Budweiser
1. 15C-Chris Andrews; 2. 25P-Mark Pridemore; 3. 7-Brad Haudenschild; 4. 9H-Josh Hill; 5. 49-Coty Runion; 6. 67M-Matt Ferrell; 7. 31-Chad Gullett; 8. O4-Cap Henry; 9. 65-Mark Lang

Heat 2 – Advanced Limo
1. 18-Jim Dunhum; 2. 15-A.J. Sleek; 3. 11-Shawn Colvin; 4. O2-Kevin Lee; 5. 15H-Mitchell Harble; 6. 71-Bill Kraylek; 7. 55-Brad Bowman

Heat 3 – Bell Helmets
1. 1W-Paul Weaver; 2. 21-Scott Kraylek; 3. 27-Stuart Brubaker; 4. 22D-Dan Hammond; 5. 3K-Brad Keckler; 6. 29-Chris Lang; 7. 1J-Jeremy Shambaugh; 8. 18C-Jason Crispen

Heat 4 – Griffs Engines
1. O1-Bryan Sebetto; 2. 48S-Andy Shammo; 3. 5-Dustin Dinan; 4. 34-Mark Whaley; 5. 9Z-Duane Zablocki; 6. 4T-Jim Taddeo; 7. 8-Monte Carico; 8. 13-Larry Felver Jr.

B1 Main
1. 49-Coty Runion; 2. 67M-Matt Ferrell; 3. 31-Chad Gullett; 4. 15H-Mitchell Harble; 5. O4-Cap Henry; 6. 71-Bill Kraylek; 7. 55-Brad Bowman; 8. 65-Mark Lang

B-Main
1. 9Z-Duane Zablocki; 2. 3K-Brad Keckler; 3. 29-Chris Lang; 4. 4T-Jim Taddeo; 5. 1J-Jeremy Shambaugh; 6. 18C-Jason Crispen; 7. 8-Monte Carico; 8. 13-Larry Felver Jr.

A-main Starting Position []
1. 1W-Paul Weaver[9]; 2. O1-Bryan Sebetto[1]; 3. 5-Dustin Dinan[3]; 4. 15-A.J. Sleek[8]; 5. 48S-Andy Shammo[6]; 6. 15C-Chris Andrews[10]; 7. 18-Jim Dunhum[5]; 8. 9H-Josh Hill[11]; 9. 25P-Mark Pridemore[4]; 10. 7-Brad Haudenschild[2]; 11. O2-Kevin Lee[14]; 12. 11-Shawn Colvin[7]; 13. 67M-Matt Ferrell[17]; 14. 21-Scott Kraylek[12]; 15. 22D-Dan Hammond[13]; 16. 9Z-Duane Zablocki[18]; 17. 34-Mark Whaley[16]; 18. 3K-Brad Keckler[20]; 19. 49-Coty Runion[15]; 20. 31.Chad Gullet [20]

Limited Late Models
Budweiser/Griff’s Engines Heat 1
1. 27-Bill Hahn; 2. 50-Ryan Missler; 3. 45-Mike Marteney; 4. 12M-Michael Stiltner; 5. 69-John Mayes Jr.; 6. O14-Paul Brown Jr.

Tin Lizzy Collision Heat 2
1. 99-Steve Sabo; 2. 92-Brandon Perkins; 3. 101-Chester Fitch; 4. 8K-Kevin Koerper; 5. 77C-Craig Corfman; 6. 97-Andy Fike; 7. 15B-Mike Bores

Bell Helmets Heat 3
1. 21-Larry Kingseed; 2. 20-Troy Hahn; 3. O1-Art Ball; 4. 48-John Bores; 5. O2-Jeff Mccoy; 6. 23-Ben Elliott; 7. 9-Roger Inks

A-main Starting Position []
1. 45-Mike Marteney[6]; 2. 50-Ryan Missler[1]; 3. 27-Bill Hahn[3]; 4. 21-Larry Kingseed[9]; 5. O1-Art Ball[5]; 6. O2-Jeff Mccoy[15]; 7. 12M-Michael Stiltner[2]; 8. 99-Steve Sabo[8]; 9. 20-Troy Hahn[12]; 10. 77C-Craig Corfman[14]; 11. 69-John Mayes Jr.[13]; 12. 101-Chester Fitch[7]; 13. 92-Brandon Perkins[10]; 14. 23-Ben Elliott[18]; 15. 8K-Kevin Koerper[4]; 16. 48-John Bores[11]; 17. 9-Roger Inks[20]; 18. O14-Paul Brown Jr.[16]; 19. 15B-Mike Bores[19]; 20. 97-Andy Fike[17]; 21. 29-Matt Potts[22]

Dirt Trucks
Heat 1
1. 17-Bob Dible; 2. 8-Steve Endicott; 3. O1-Art Ball; 4. 37-Eric Devanna; 5. 34-Aaron Schatzinger; 6. 96-James McClure; 7. 62-Dave Severs; 8. 7C-Codey Renfro

Heat 2
1. 33-Brian Arnold; 2. 28-Shawn Valenti; 3. 40-Bobby Davis; 4. 19-Jimmy Sebetto; 5. 30-Dave Gibbs; 6. 22-Todd Keegan; 7. 3R-Chuck Roelle; 8. P51-Willie Keegan

Heat 3
1. 38-Paul Dymond; 2. 2R-Ron Kepling; 3. 53-Dan Roepke; 4. 92-Loren Schwochow; 5. 4X-Brian Sorg; 6. O7-Greg Harmon; 7. 52-Tim Schatzinger; 8. 69-Mark Warnick

B-main
1. 69-Mark Warnick; 2. 22-Todd Keegan; 3. 52-Tim Schatzinger; 4. 96-James McClure; 5. 3R-Chuck Roelle; 6. 7C-Codey Renfro; 7. O7-Greg Harmon; 8. 62-Dave Severs; 9. P51-Willie Keegan
A-main Starting Position []
1. 17-Bob Dible[2]; 2. 33-Brian Arnold[3]; 3. O1-Art Ball[10]; 4. 8-Steve Endicott[11]; 5. 28-Shawn Valenti[7]; 6. 40-Bobby Davis[1]; 7. 69-Mark Warnick[16]; 8. 38-Paul Dymond[9]; 9. 3R-Chuck Roelle[19]; 10. 30-Dave Gibbs[13]; 11. 92-Loren Schwochow[5]; 12. 19-Jimmy Sebetto[4]; 13. 4X-Brian Sorg[14]; 14. 96-James McClure[18]; 15. 62-Dave Severs[22]; 16. 37-Eric Devanna[6]; 17. 52-Tim Schatzinger[17]; 18. 7C-Codey Renfro[20]; 19. O7-Greg Harmon[21]; 20. 34-Aaron Schatzinger[12]; 21. 2R-Ron Kepling[8]; 22. 22-Todd Keegan[15]

Santa Claus Coming To Attica On July 7

Attica, Ohio July 3 – Outside the weather is delightful, so Santa Claus is leaving the North Pole early and heading south to Attica Raceway Park. Santa will be arriving at “Ohio’s Finest Racing” speedplant this Friday, July 7th to celebrate Christmas In July presented by Smith Family Frosted Foods.

The night of fun at Attica will feature some great racing with the 410 winged sprints, 305 winged sprints, limited late models, and the dirt trucks. Over 90 vehicles are expected to race on the 1/3 mile dirt track, competing in over 15 racing events on the race night schedule.

Santa will have many gifts with him for kids of all ages. The jolly ole fella will be passing out gifts throughout the evening. At least one lucky fan will win a ride in the Attica Raceway Park Baumann Auto Group pace truck. One lucky boy or girl age 10 and under will receive a free bike sponsored by the Ludwig Motorsports #10 sprint car driven by David Harrison.

Everyone is invited to enjoy Christmas In July at Attica this Friday. Adult general admission is only $14, Senior Citizens $12, 11-15 yr. olds $10, and kids 10 and under are free. Gates open at 5:00, warm ups at 6:30, and racing at 8:00. Attica Raceway Park is in the Attica Fairgrounds just of Rt. 224 and Rt. 4.
For more information visit www.atticaracewaypark.com or call (419) 426-8911 or (419) 680-5606.

Dirt Trucks Added Two More Times For 2006

By Brian Liskai: ATTICA, Ohio (Wednesday, June 28, 2006) – The Dirt Trucks have thrilled race fans in their two appearances of the 2006 season at Attica Raceway Park. So, “Ohio’s Finest Racing” is adding them to the schedule for two more dates, Friday July 14, and Friday, July 28.

“We appreciate the the support that the Dirt Trucks have given Attica so far during the 2006 season. Not only the support but the racing has been fantastic also,” said ARP Promoter John Bores.

Woodville’s Dan Roepke picked up the first Dirt Truck win of the year on June 9, while 2005 Fremont Dirt Truck Track Champion Bobby Davis squeaked out a win on June 16.

The Dirt Trucks will be part of the Friday, July 7 racing card on Smith Family Frosted Foods Night/Christmas in July, along with the 410 sprints, 305 sprints and limited late models. Besides the two additional dates, the trucks are also scheduled for Friday, Aug. 4, Saturday, Aug. 26, and Saturday, Sept. 2.

For more information call the track office at 419-426-8911 or log onto www.atticaracewaypark.com

6.25.06 Results

Stenhouse opens Ohio speedweek with Attica win

By Brian Liskai: ATTICA, Ohio (Sunday, June 25, 2006) – What do you get when you mix one part Mississippi teen with one part Ohio mechanic and one part Buckeye tradition?

The answer is a winner, as Olive Branch, Mississippi’s Ricky Stenhouse Jr. opened the traditional All Star Circuit of Champions Ohio Sprint Speedweek in victory lane at Attica Raceway Park Sunday night.

“They told me the toughest tracks to win at this week would be Attica and Fremont. We brought an Ohio boy (Andy Potter) in to help us this week…he knows how to get ya’ around these tracks and he proved that tonight,” said the 18-year-old Stenhouse. “I have to thank Pete Grove (from Ohio) and Premier Pallets…he helped us come out here for this. I’ve been looking forward to racing with this deal for a long time.”

It was former Attica street stock track champion Butch Schroeder – who owns the sprint track record at “Ohio’s Finest Racing” venue – who jumped into the lead of the 40-lap feature from his pole starting spot. However, he and Stenhouse would battle for the lead the next two laps, with Schroeder running middle to low on the track and Stenhouse riding the rim.

Stenhouse would grab the lead on lap four and continue to lead when the leaders hit lapped traffice on lap 8. The first of three cautions would slow the pace on lap 10 for a spinning Brandon Wimmer. Stenhouse put a lapped car between himself and Schroeder, with defending Attica champion Bryon Reed, All Star point leader Greg Wilson, quick qualifier Dale Blaney, Bobby Clark and Kelley Kinser in town.

The restart would not stick, as Andrew Palker would stop, but once the green flew again, Stenhouse would set sail around the rim. The battle shaped up for second between Schroeder and Reed, with the later assuming the runner-up position on lap 21 as they had entered lapped traffic again.

Stenhouse would watch a big lead evaporate with just six laps to go as he was mired in lapped traffic, allowing Reed and now third running Wilson to close. Just as the battle for the lead was ready to take place, the yellow would fly on lap 34 for a spinning Mike Linder.

With a clear track ahead, Stenhouse would cruise to the win, with Reed, Wilson, Blaney and Schroeder rounding out the top five.

“I thought we could have made things interesting those last six laps if the yellow hadn’t come out,” said Reed, beside his Reebar Diecasting sprinter. “He had a good mechanic with him (Potter) who knows how to get drivers around this track. I have to thank George Gillespie of ProShocks…he helped us a lot gettin this thing figured out.”

For Wilson, his Warnimont Motorsports crew kept up their strong performance.

“We were just a tick off on set-up. But hey, it’s pretty neat for a kid from Mississippi to come in to Ohio and win. The good Lord gave us great weather and we put on a heck of a race for the fans,” said Wilson. “It was a good points night for us…in the big picture we had a good night.”

In the limited late model feature, Tiffin’s Jeff McCoy drove around Tim Sabo on lap 11 of the 20-lap affair and went on to score his first win of the season and the 18th of his career.

“We lost dad a while back and I just haven’t felt like racing a whole lot without him here,” said an emotional McCoy. “I miss him a lot…this win is for him.”

Attica Raceway Park will be back in action Friday, July 7, for “Christmas In July,” as Smith Frosted Family Foods sponsoring the night’s racing with the 410 sprints, 305 sprints, limited late models and dirt trucks in action.

For more information call the track office at 419-426-8911 or log onto www.atticaracewaypark.com

Attica Raceway Park (6-25-06)
All-Star Curcuit of Champions
Qualifying – Huggins Cams
1. 2-Dale Blaney, 12.62; 2. 5R-Byron Reed, 12.67; 3. 4K-Kelly Kinser, 12.78; 4. W20-Greg Wilson, 12.90; 5. 55-Brian Smith, 12.98; 6. 70-Kevin Huntley, 12.98; 7. 8-Bobby Clark, 12.99; 8. 11B-Brock Mayes, 12.99; 9. 98-Bruce Robenalt, 13.02; 10. 40R-Ricky Stenhouse Jr., 13.03; 11. 7K-Butch Schroeder, 13.09; 12. 4-Danny Smith, 13.11; 13. 3L-Mike Linder, 13.15; 14. K-Andrew Palker, 13.15; 15. 20E-Brian Ellenberger, 13.18; 16. 20-Paul McMahon, 13.21; 17. 29-Dean Jacobs, 13.21; 18. 78-Todd Kane, 13.27; 19. 16-Lee Jacobs, 13.32; 20. 4N-Niel Shepard, 13.32; 21. 2H-Tim Hunter, 13.32; 22. 53-John Ivy, 13.34; 23. 18-Scott Reily, 13.40; 24. 14-Jason Meyers, 13.47; 25. 11M-Brandon Martin, 13.50; 26. 8S-Craig Mintz, 13.60; 27. O-Brandon Wimmer, 13.60; 28. 1R-Phil Gressman, 13.60; 29. 9X-Rob Chaney, 13.61; 30. 10S-Roger Shammo, 13.67; 31. 11N-Ed Neumeister, 13.71; 32. 28-Brian Paulus, 13.75; 33. X-Mark Keegan, 13.84; 34. 7B-Jamie Miller, 13.88; 35. 97-Todd King, 13.91; 36. 22B-Ben Gregg, 13.92; 37. 63-Barry Ruble, 13.94; 38. 37Z-Bryan Scott, 13.96; 39. 15M-Jamie Martin, 13.97; 40. 71M-Paul May, 13.99; 41. 10-David Harrison, 14.04; 42. 48-Mike Burkin, 14.20; 43. 12M-James Mosher, 14.24; 44. 5B-Chad Blonde, 14.33; 45. 91-Aaron Middaugh, 14.62; 46. 4B-Tom Busch 47. 45-Brian Grove

Heat 1 – Outwears Pre-Filters (10 laps, top 5 transfer to A-Main)
1. 2H-Tim Hunter; 2. 29-Dean Jacobs; 3. 3L-Mike Linder; 4. 2-Dale Blaney; 5. 9X-Rob Chaney; 6. 11M-Brandon Martin; 7. X-Mark Keegan; 8. 10-David Harrison; 9. 55-Brian Smith; 10. 98-Bruce Robenalt; 11. 63-Barry Ruble; 12.
91-Aaron Middaugh

Heat 2 – B & B Oval Track Products (10 laps, top 5 transfer to A-Main)
1. 78-Todd Kane; 2. K-Andrew Palker; 3. 40R-Ricky Stenhouse Jr.; 4. 53-John Ivy; 5. 5R-Byron Reed; 6. 70-Kevin Huntley; 7. 37Z-Bryan Scott; 8. 7B-Jamie Miller; 9. 4B-Tom Busch; 10. 8S-Craig Mintz; 11. 10S-Roger Shammo; 12. 48-Mike Burkin

Heat 3 – Engler Machine & Tool (10 laps, top 5 transfer to A-Main)
1. 7K-Butch Schroeder; 2. 8-Bobby Clark; 3. 16-Lee Jacobs; 4. O-Brandon Wimmer; 5. 20E-Brian Ellenberger; 6. 4K-Kelly Kinser; 7. 15M-Jamie Martin; 8. 18-Scott Reily; 9. 12M-James Mosher; 10. 11N-Ed Neumeister; 11. 97-Todd King; 12. 45-Brian Grove

Heat 4 – TP Wings (10 laps, top 5 transfer to A-Main)
1. W20-Greg Wilson; 2. 1R-Phil Gressman; 3. 14-Jason Meyers; 4. 4N-Niel Shepard; 5. 20-Paul McMahon; 6. 4-Danny Smith; 7. 28-Brian Paulus; 8. 11B-Brock Mayes; 9. 5B-Chad Blonde; 10. 71M-Paul May; 11. 22B-Ben Gregg

Dash 1 – Haulmark (4 laps)
1. 8-Bobby Clark; 2. 5R-Byron Reed; 3. W20-Greg Wilson; 4. 2-Dale Blaney; 5. 7K-Butch Schroeder; 6. 20-Paul McMahon

C-main (10 laps, top 4 transfer to A-main)
1. 37Z-Bryan Scott; 2. 71M-Paul May; 3. 10-David Harrison; 4. 5B-Chad Blonde; 5. 4B-Tom Busch; 6. 15M-Jamie Martin; 7. 45-Brian Grove; 8. 63-Barry Ruble; 9. 48-Mike Burkin; 10. 12M-James Mosher; 11. 91-Aaron Middaugh

B-main – University of NW Ohio (15 laps, top 4 transfer to A-Main)
1. 4K-Kelly Kinser; 2. 55-Brian Smith; 3. 70-Kevin Huntley; 4. 4-Danny Smith; 5. 11B-Brock Mayes; 6. 28-Brian Paulus; 7. 11M-Brandon Martin; 8. 71M-Paul May; 9. 5B-Chad Blonde; 10. 98-Bruce Robenalt; 11. 10-David Harrison; 12. 7B-Jamie Miller; 13. 97-Todd King; 14. 22B-Ben Gregg; 15. 10S-Roger Shammo; 16. 18-Scott Reily; 17. X-Mark Keegan; 18. 37Z-Bryan Scott; 19. 8S-Craig Mintz; 20. 11N-Ed Neumeister

A-main – MSD Ignitions (40 laps) Starting Position []
1. 40R-Ricky Stenhouse Jr.[2]; 2. 5R-Byron Reed[5]; 3. W20-Greg Wilson[4]; 4. 2-Dale Blaney[6]; 5. 7K-Butch Schroeder[1]; 6. 8-Bobby Clark[3]; 7. 4K-Kelly Kinser[7]; 8. 20-Paul McMahon[14]; 9. 14-Jason Meyers[21]; 10. 70-Kevin Huntley[9]; 11. 29-Dean Jacobs[15]; 12. 4-Danny Smith[10]; 13. 16-Lee Jacobs[17]; 14. 1R-Phil Gressman[23]; 15. 53-John Ivy[20]; 16. 3L-Mike Linder[11]; 17. O-Brandon Wimmer[22]; 18. 4N-Niel Shepard[18]; 19. 9X-Rob Chaney[24]; 20. K-Andrew Palker[12]; 21. 55-Brian Smith[8]; 22. 20E-Brian Ellenberger[13]; 23. 78-Todd Kane[16]; 24. 2H-Tim Hunter[19]

Limited Lates
Heat 1 Griff’s Engines/Budweiser (8 laps, top 5 transfer to A-Main)
1. 101-Chester Fitch; 2. O2-Jeff Mccoy; 3. 5H-Ernie Haynes; 4. C4-Bill Clapp Jr.; 5. 27-Bill Hahn; 6. 99M-John Mayes; 7. O3-Jim Gingery

Heat 2 Tin Lizzy Collision (8 laps, top 5 transfer to A-Main)
1. 45-Mike Marteney; 2. 48-John Bores; 3. 99-Steve Sabo; 4. O1-Art Ball; 5. 8K-Kevin Koerper; 6. 55-Chuck Hummer; 7. 77C-Craig Corfman

Heat 3 Bell Helmets (8 laps, top 5 transfer to A-Main)
1. 50-Ryan Missler; 2. 98-Tim Sabo; 3. 21-Larry Kingseed; 4. 92-Brandon Perkins; 5. 12-Michael Stiltner; 6. 30-Nate Potts; 7. 18-Jamie Reed; 8. O14-Paul Brown Jr.

B-Main (10 laps, top 5 transfer to A-Main)
1. 99M-John Mayes; 2. O3-Jim Gingery; 3. 15B-Mike Bores; 4. 55-Chuck Hummer; 5. 30-Nate Potts; 6. 77C-Craig Corfman; 7. O14-Paul Brown Jr.; 8. 18-Jamie Reed
A-main (20 laps) Starting Position []
1. O2-Jeff Mccoy[4]; 2. 21-Larry Kingseed[8]; 3. 98-Tim Sabo[1]; 4. 50-Ryan Missler[5]; 5. 92-Brandon Perkins[3]; 6. 27-Bill Hahn[13]; 7. 45-Mike Marteney[11]; 8. C4-Bill Clapp Jr.[2]; 9. 101-Chester Fitch[6]; 10. 5H-Ernie Haynes[12]; 11. 99-Steve Sabo[7]; 12. O3-Jim Gingery[17]; 13. 15B-Mike Bores[18]; 14. 99M-John Mayes[16]; 15. 55-Chuck Hummer[19]; 16. 8K-Kevin Koerper[14]; 17. 48-John Bores[10]; 18. 12-Michael Stiltner[15]; 19. O1-Art Ball[9]; 20. 30-Nate Potts[20]

6.23.06 Rained Out

By Brian Liskai: ATTICA, Ohio (Friday, June 23, 2006) – Heavy rains – as much as 10 inches in the Attica area – from Wednesday through Friday morning have caused the cancellation of racing on Quality Welding Night for Friday, June 23 at Attica Raceway Park.
The heavy rains Wednesday night have caused severe flooding throughout Northwestern and North Central Ohio.

Attica Raceway Park will be in action Sunday, June 25, as “Ohio’s Finest Racing” venue kicks off the traditional All Star Circuit of Champions Ohio Speedweek. Gates will open at 3:30 p.m. Sunday, with racing slated to begin at 7:30 p.m. The limited late models are also in action.

ARP Operations Manager Rex LeJeune said the Speedweek shows should offer fans great excitement, as not only with the tough Attica regulars be in competition with the All Star members, but several teams from the National Sprint Tour and the World of Outlaws have indicated they will compete.
For more information call the track office at 419-426-8911.