Chamberlain Sweeps Attica ALMS, Sebetto Takes 3rd Straight In 305s, Ball Edges Dible In Trucks

By Brian Liskai: (Attica, OH) Duane Chamberlain was having a bad-racing month. What he needed was a shot in the arm, some confidence. He got that and more Friday at Attica Raceway Park, as the Richmond, Indiana driver won both the Sunoco American Late Model Series feature events – the make-up from the May 25 Fultz Fabrications & Speed Shop that was rained out, and the regular show on Wynn’s Automotive/ Service Drive Solutions Night.

Fremont’s Bryan Sebetto scored his third straight 305 sprint feature win at “Ohio’s Finest Racing” venue.

Tiffin’s Art Ball literally won by a bumper in the dirt truck A-Main.

Chamberlain lead both 30-lap late model features wire to wire, surviving a crash-filled A-main in the make-up feature, and an ill-handling car in the final feature. The wins were his fifth and sixth of the season and his third and fourth in the Sunoco American Late Model Series.

Image”We haven’t been very good at all this month…our luck has been horrible. We got to start up front and that was a huge difference. In the first feature, I just had to stay up against the cushion. With all those yellows (six) in the first feature, I was wondering when something would happen to the car,” said Chamberlain beside his CW Excavating sponsored #1c. “In the second one, I got into a lapped car about half-way through and must have broke something in the front, because it was a handful. My wife is seven months pregnant, so somebody must have known I needed these wins.”

Sebetto drove his Gressman Powersports #01 around the high side of Matt Lucius exiting turn 4 on lap 10 and never looked back as he sailed to his fifth win at Attica for the season.

“This thing is just so good around the high side of three and four…I could almost flat-foot it around there,” said Sebetto beside his Frosty’s Put-In-Bay Bar sponsored sprinter. “We had our fingers crossed this motor would last…we broke something in the oil pump ealier in the night. That’s just tells you how good a motor Scott Gressman builds.”

The truck feature once again was unbelieveable, as Ball and Dible raced side by side the last five laps of the feature before Ball would edge Dible at the start-finish line. It marked Ball’s third win of the season at Attica in the last four weeks of racing. He now has five victories in his career in the dirt trucks at Attica to lead all drivers.

“I didn’t know who won. I kind of got in cruise control early on and then something woke me up and told me it was time to race,” said Ball beside his Chaney Roofing, Clouse Construction, All In One Home Improvement backed truck. “I have to give Bob Dible credit….he raced me as hard as anyone has ever raced me and he did it as clean as anyone has.”

In the make-up ALMS feature, Chamberlain jumped into the early lead from his outside front row starting spot with Ryan Markham and Dusty Moore giving chase. Four yellows would stop the action in the first 10 laps, continuously giving Chamberlain a clear track. The real battle was for second between Markham, Aaron Scott, Brian Ruhlman and Ronnie Perrin Jr.

ImageAt the half-way mark of the 30-lap event, Chamberlain lead over Markham, Perrin, Ryan Missler and Tim Sabo. Perrin would get around Markham on lap 18, but would retire to the pits with mechanical woes three laps later.Casey Noonan and Jerry Bowersocks would pick up their pass in the closing six laps, but it was too little too late, as Chamberlain powered away to the win. Markham, Missler, Bowersocks and 16th-starter Keith Berner would round out the top five. However, Missler’s car would come up light at the scales and he would be scored last.

Chamberlain would again start in the outside front row for the Wynn’s Automotive/Service Drive Solution A-main and would once again use the outside groove to build a lead. And, once again, the action behind him was fantastic between Markham, Ruhlman, Eric Myers, Tyler Boggs and Rick Combs. Unlike the first feature, this one saw only two yellows, but they would fall at opportune times for Chamberlain as was getting into heavy lapped traffic.

Chamberlain would get some pressure from Ruhlman by lap 24, but once he clearned traffic he would build his lead to five car lengths. Ruhlman would finish second with Markham, Combs and Boggs rounding out the top five.

In the 305 sprint feature, Matt Lucius would utilize the bottom groove to grab the early lead over Dustin Dinan, Chris Lang, Duane Zablocki and Brad Bowman. All eyes were on 9th-starter Sebetto and 15th-starter Andy Shammo as they picked their way through traffic. Sebetto would crack the top five on lap 6, with Shammo moving into sixth place as the first yellow flew on lap 8. The running order was Lucius, Dinan, Lang, Sebetto, Bowman and Shammo. When the green came back out, Sebetto would drive to the cushion in turns 3 and 4 and move from 4th to second in one corner. He would use the same groove to power past Lucius on lap 10 and built a huge lead. Meanwhile, Shammo continued his march forward and moved into second on lap 16. By then, Sebetto’s lead was nearly half a lap as he worked his way through traffic.

At the checkered flag, it was Sebetto over Shammo, Dinan, Lucius and 17th-starter Cody Runion to round out the top five.

In the 15-lap dirt truck main, Ball would lead the first lap before Dible would drive around the high side to take the top spot a lap later. Dible would continue to lead with Ball and Steve Endicott putting on constant pressure. At times the three ran side by side battling for the lead.

As the race settled into a rhythm, Dible seemed to have it in control. But, with four laps remaining, Ball got up on the steering wheel and pulled along side Dible as the duo raced door to door the remaining laps with Ball squeaking out the narrow victory. Dible, 10th-starter Cory Ward, Shawn Valenti and 12th-starter Chuck Roelle would round out the top five.

>> Action Photos: Wynn’s Automotive/ Service Drive Solutions Night Photo Gallery

Attica Raceway Park (5-25-07 Make-up)
Fultz Fabrications & Speedshop Night
Sunoco American Late Model Series

Wynns Auto Parts Heat 1 – (10 laps, top 3 transfer to A-Main)
1. 55-Jeep Vanwormer; 2. 6NM-Hillard Miller; 3. 20M-Eric Myers; 4. 9F-Mark Frazier; 5. 21-Larry Kingseed; 6. 27-Ken Hahn; 7. 2D-Curtis Deisenroth; 8. 29-Rocky Owens; 9. 12S-Mike Stiltner Sr.

Wynns Auto Parts Heat 2 – (10 laps, top 3 transfer to A-Main)
1. 5M-Ryan Markham; 2. 75-Dusty Moore; 3. 1RZ-Brian Ruhlman; 4. 11J-Jerry Bowersox; 5. 84-Tim Sabo; 6. 96F-Keith Berner; 7. 6M-Mike McKnight; 8. 12-Michael Stiltner; 9. 34-Ky Harper

Wynns Auto Parts Heat 3 – (10 laps, top 3 transfer to A-Main)
1. 19-Steve Casebolt; 2. 1S-Aaron Scott; 3. OJ-Ronnie Perrine Jr.; 4. B4U-Brad Eitnear; 5. 2C-Clint Coffman; 6. 1N-Casey Noonan; 7. 48-John Bores; 8. 25-Bill Hahn

Wynns Auto Parts Heat 4 – (10 laps, top 3 transfer to A-Main)
1. 1C-Duane Chamberlain; 2. 91-Rusty Schlenk; 3. 50-Ryan Missler; 4. 23C-Jeremy Canada; 5. 61-John Horner; 6. 15B-Mike Bores; 7. 3-Rick Delong

B1-Main (8 laps, top 6 transfer to A-Main)
1. 11J-Jerry Bowersox; 2. 84-Tim Sabo; 3. 9F-Mark Frazier; 4. 96F-Keith Berner; 5. 27-Ken Hahn; 6. 34-Ky Harper; 7. 2D-Curtis Deisenroth; 8. 6M-Mike McKnight; . 12-Michael Stiltner; . 21-Larry Kingseed; . 12S-Mike Stiltner Sr.

B2-Main (8 laps, top 5 transfer to A-Main)
1. 1N-Casey Noonan; 2. 25-Bill Hahn; 3. 48-John Bores; 4. 3-Rick Delong; 5. 10C-Tyler Boggs; 6. 23C-Jeremy Canada; 7. 61-John Horner; 8. 15B-Mike Bores

A-main – 30 Laps Starting Position [#]
1. 1C-Duane Chamberlain[2]; 2. 5M-Ryan Markham[1]; 3. 11J-Jerry Bowersox[10]; 4. 96F-Keith Berner[16]; 5. 1N-Casey Noonan[9]; 6. 9F-Mark Frazier[14]; 7. 34-Ky Harper[20]; 8. 25-Bill Hahn[11]; 9. 10C-Tyler Boggs[17]; 10. 3-Rick Delong[15]; 11. 55-Chuck Hummer[21]; 12. OJ-Ronnie Perrine Jr.[8]; 13. 84-Tim Sabo[12]; 14. 27-Ken Hahn[18]; 15. 1S-Aaron Scott[3]; 16. 20M-Eric Myers[6]; 17. 6M-Mike McKnight[19]; 18. 48-John Bores[13]; 19. 1RZ-Brian Ruhlman[5]; 20. 75-Dusty Moore[4]; 21. 50-Ryan Missler[7]

Wynns Automotive/ Service Drive Solutions Night
Sunoco American Model Series (6-22-07)

Wynns Auto Parts Heat 1 – (10 laps, top 3 transfer to A-Main)
1. 5M-Ryan Markham; 2. 20M-Eric Myers; 3. 27H-Bill Hahn; 4. 33-Bryan Koebbe; 5. 6M-Mike McKnight; 6. 77-Steve Kester; 7. 1W-Brian Orth; 8. 31-Bill Clapp Jr.; 9. 12P-Mike Stiltner Sr.; 10. 2D-Curtis Deisenroth

Wynns Auto Parts Heat 2 – (10 laps, top 3 transfer to A-Main)
1. 49-Brian Ruhlman; 2. 75-Dusty Moore; 3. 9F-Mark Frazer; 4. 11C-Clint Jamison; 5. X3-Dan Wallace; 6. 3-Rick Delong; 7. 55-Chuck Hummer; 8. 48B-John Bores

Wynns Auto Parts Heat 3 – (10 laps, top 3 transfer to A-Main)
1. 10C-Tyler Boggs; 2. 48-Ryan Missler; 3. 45-Mike Marteney; 4. 96F-Keith Berner; 5. 11J-Jerry Bowersox; 6. 21-Larry Kingseed; 7. 15B-Mike Bores; 8. 23C-Jeremy Canada; 9. 69-John Mayes Jr.; 10. 1B-Fred Wahl

Wynns Auto Parts Heat 4 – (10 laps, top 3 transfer to A-Main)
1. 1C-Duane Chamberlain; 2. 53-Hillard Miller; 3. 26-Rick Combs; 4. OO-Aaron Scott; 5. 1N-Casey Noonan; 6. 84-Tim Sabo; 7. 34-Ky Harper; 8. 12-Michael Stiltner; 9. 61-John Horner

1. 33-Bryan Koebbe; 2. X3-Dan Wallace; 3. 3-Rick Delong; 4. 2D-Curtis Deisenroth; 5. 55-Chuck Hummer; 6. 48B-John Bores; 7. 77-Steve Kester; 8. 11C-Clint Jamison; 9. 6M-Mike McKnight; 10. 1W-Brian Orth; 11. 31-Bill Clapp Jr.

1. 96F-Keith Berner; 2. OO-Aaron Scott; 3. 11J-Jerry Bowersox; 4. 21-Larry Kingseed; 5. 34-Ky Harper; 6. 84-Tim Sabo; 7. 23C-Jeremy Canada; 8. 1N-Casey Noonan; 9. 15B-Mike Bores; 10. 69-John Mayes Jr.; 11. 12-Michael Stiltner; 12. 61-John Horner; 13. 1B-Fred Wahl

A-main Starting Position [#]
1. 1C-Duane Chamberlain[2]; 2. 49-Brian Ruhlman[1]; 3. 5M-Ryan Markham[4]; 4. 26-Rick Combs[12]; 5. 10C-Tyler Boggs[3]; 6. 75-Dusty Moore[6]; 7. 48-Ryan Missler[7]; 8. 96F-Keith Berner[14]; 9. 20M-Eric Myers[5]; 10. 9F-Mark Frazer[10]; 11. 53-Hillard Miller[8]; 12. 27H-Bill Hahn[9]; 13. 3-Rick Delong[17]; 14. OO-Aaron Scott[16]; 15. 34-Ky Harper[22]; 16. 11J-Jerry Bowersox[18]; 17. 45-Mike Marteney[11]; 18. 2D-Curtis Deisenroth[19]; 19. 33-Bryan Koebbe[13]; 20. X3-Dan Wallace[15]; 21. 1N-Casey Noonan[21]; 22. 21-Larry Kingseed[20]

305 Sprints

Heat 1 – Bell Helmets (8 laps, top 4 transfer to A-Main)
1. 67M-Matt Ferrell; 2. 66L-Brad Bowman; 3. 1A-Matt Lucius; 4. 10-Brad Haudenschild; 5. 49-Coty Runion; 6. 21-Scott Kraylek; 7. 1J-Jeremy Shambaugh; 8. 25-Chris Pifher; 9. 51S-John Taylor

Heat 2 – Ultra Shield Race Products (8 laps, top 4 transfer to A-Main)
1. M28-Josh Muntz; 2. O2-Kevin Lee; 3. 9Z-Duane Zablocki; 4. 82-Travis Hoffbauer; 5. 71-Bill Kraylek; 6. 25P-Mark Pridemore; 7. 36X-Dustin Keegan; 8. 92-Brandon Perkins; 9. 5JR-Jimmy McGrath

Heat 3 – Friendship Food Stores – Tin Lizzy Collision of Tiffin (8 laps, top 4 transfer to A-Main)
1. O1-Bryan Sebetto; 2. 29-Chris Lang; 3. 5-Dustin Dinan; 4. 48S-Andy Shammo; 5. 35-Stuart Brubaker; 6. 55-Benny Bowman; 7. 40-Bobby Davis; 8. 15H-Mitch Harble

Heat 4 – Pepsi (8 laps, top 4 transfer to A-Main)
1. 31-Chad Gullett; 2. 13-Larry Felver Jr.; 3. O4-Cap Henry; 4. 34-Mark Whaley; 5. 65-Mark Lang; 6. 311-Aaron Moloney; 7. 18C-Jason Crispen; 8. 4T-Jim Taddeo

B1 Main – Computer Man Inc (8 laps, top 2 transfer to A-Main)
1. 49-Coty Runion; 2. 71-Bill Kraylek; 3. 21-Scott Kraylek; 4. 25P-Mark Pridemore; 5. 36X-Dustin Keegan; 6. 1J-Jeremy Shambaugh; 7. 92-Brandon Perkins; 8. 25-Chris Pifher; 9. 51S-John Taylor

B2-Main – Computer Man Inc (8 laps, top 2 transfer to A-Main)
1. 35-Stuart Brubaker; 2. 55-Benny Bowman; 3. 65-Mark Lang; 4. 40-Bobby Davis; 5. 15H-Mitch Harble; 6. 18C-Jason Crispen; 7. 311-Aaron Moloney; 8. 4T-Jim Taddeo

A-main Starting Position [#]
1. O1-Bryan Sebetto[9]; 2. 48S-Andy Shammo[15]; 3. 5-Dustin Dinan[3]; 4. 1A-Matt Lucius[2]; 5. 49-Coty Runion[17]; 6. 29-Chris Lang[1]; 7. 9Z-Duane Zablocki[4]; 8. 35-Stuart Brubaker[18]; 9. 66L-Brad Bowman[5]; 10. 55-Benny Bowman[20]; 11. 67M-Matt Ferrell[12]; 12. M28-Josh Muntz[6]; 13. 71-Bill Kraylek[19]; 14. 13-Larry Felver Jr.[11]; 15. 10-Brad Haudenschild[13]; 16. 34-Mark Whaley[16]; 17. 82-Travis Hoffbauer[14]; 18. 31-Chad Gullett[7]; 19. O2-Kevin Lee[8]; 20. O4-Cap Henry[10]

Dirt Trucks
Heat 1 – Bell Helmets (8 laps)
1. 3R-Chuck Roelle; 2. 17-Bob Dible; 3. 18W-Corey Ward; 4. 55B-Bill Bruen; 5. 8K-Zack Kramer; 6. 4-Donald Fitch; 7. 7C-Jacob Dick; 8. 37-Eric Devanna

Heat 2 – Ultra Shield Race Products (8 laps)
1. 28-Shawn Valenti; 2. O1-Art Ball; 3. 8-Steve Endicott; 4. 1-Joe Hartlaub; 5. X-Steve Sabo; 6. 33-Brian Arnold

A-main – 15Laps – Starting Position []
1. O1-Art Ball[1]; 2. 17-Bob Dible[2]; 3. 18W-Corey Ward[10]; 4. 28-Shawn Valenti[4]; 5. 3R-Chuck Roelle[12]; 6. 8-Steve Endicott[3]; 7. 55B-Bill Bruen[7]; 8. 1-Joe Hartlaub[8]; 9. 37-Eric Devanna[9]; 10. 8K-Zack Kramer[6]; 11. X-Steve Sabo[5]; 12. 99-Jesse Worcester[13]; 13. 4-Donald Fitch[11]


Familiar Faces – Reed, Sebetto, Hahn, Ball – In Victory Lane At Attica Raceway Park

By Brian Liskai: (Attica, OH) Familiar faces graced victory lane at Attica Raceway Park Friday on Strawberry Hill Farm Market/Burger King Fan Appreciation Night. Byron Reed continued his hot streak, winning his second straight feature in the World Auto Parts of Huron & Cleveland 410 Sprints, as did Bryan Sebetto in the 305 sprints. Ken Hahn was awarded his second career feature in the Fultz Fabrications & Speed Shop Attica Late Models, while Art Ball continued his hot streak, claiming his second feature win in the dirt trucks.

For Reed, Friday win is the third in as many outings – he won last Friday at Attica and followed that up with a win the next night at Fremont Speedway. It marked his third win of the 2007 season at Attica and was his 20th career Attica victory, moving him into second on the all-time 410 sprint win list (Mark Keegan leads with 54).

ImageSebetto’s win was his fourth of the season at “Ohio’s Finest Racing” venue. It is his 6th career victory at Attica, moving him into a tie for 14th on the 305 sprint all-time win list.

Hahn was awarded the feature win after Larry Kingseed, who crossed the finish line first by a nose over Hahn, was disqualified for unsportsman-like conduct. It marked the second win in three weeks for the Gibsonburg, Ohio driver.

Art Ball continued his hot streak as well, winning his second feature in the dirt trucks in the last three weeks at Attica. It was also his second straight feature win as he took the checkers last Saturday at Fremont Speedway. It was Ball’s fourth career Attica victory in the dirt trucks to put him on top of the all-time win standings. Ball also sits third on Attica’s all-time feature win list in the street stocks/ limited late model standings.

“We’ve been good all season…it’s just now we’re getting a few of the breaks,” said Reed beside his Hoosier Tire/ Reebar Die Casting sponsored sprinter.

One of those breaks was Reed being able to hang on for the win after a front torsion bar stop came off late in the race.

“I had my hands full…it was bouncing around pretty good,” said the Monclova, Ohio driver. “This is the first win my dad (Sam) has gotten to see this year….happy Father’s Day!”

Fremont, Ohio’s Sebetto had his Frosty’s Bar at Put-In-Bay 305 sprinter hooked up on the high side and avoided disaster when he and Andy Shammo got together early in the race that resulted in Shammo spinning.

“I was so good around the rim in 3 and 4…I got a run off 4 and got together with Andy. I hated that…he’s a friend and I feel bad for that,” said Sebetto beside his Hotshots Painting, Sandblasting and Powdercoating sponsored #01. “Josh (Meggitt, car owner) and I are communicating so well and our set-ups are right on the money. I could flat-foot it around the high side tonight.”

For Hahn, the win was a little bittersweet.

“I had a good run on him coming down for the checkers and just ran out of room and time. But hey, we’ll take the win,” said Hahn beside his Bestwick-Braun Co./AMS Heating & Air sponsored late model.

Ball’s Pierce Engineering team put together a new truck for the veteran two weeks ago, but the old one just doesn’t want to quit winning.

“This truck is like me…we’re both old, but we just won’t give up,” said a smiling Ball beside his Magers Lumber/Smitty’s Tavern backed #01 truck.

ImageIn the 30-lap 410 sprint feature, Troy Vacarro jumped into the early lead with Bruce Robenalt and Dean Jacobs in tow. The first caution would fly on lap 5 for a Lee Jacobs spint with the running order now Vacarro, Jacobs and sixth-starting Reed. Jacobs would spin in turn 3 after the restart, putting Reed into second and 7th-starter Caleb Griffith into third.

Vacarro and Reed would battle side by side the next two laps before Reed would drive under the Castalia driver exiting turn 4 to take the lead on lap 9. Another yellow would fly on lap 10 with the running order Reed, Griffith, Mark Keetan, Vacarro, Gus Wasson and 15th-starter Paul Weaver. Action would grind to a halt 2 laps later for a Mike Hogan tumble. The running order was know Reed, Griffith, Keegan, Weaver and Vacarro.

They would remain that way until lap 19 when Andy James flipped off turn 1. Now the car on the move was 11th-starter, rookie Chris Andrews as he trailed Reed, Griffith, Keegan and Wasson. With just five laps remaining, Griffith was closing on Reed as the two touched in turn 4 while battling for the top spot. Reed would move down to the bottom to take the win over Griffith, a fast-closing Weaver, Keegan and Wasson.

Shelby’s Brad Bowman would grab the early lead in the 25-lap 305 sprint feature and had a spirited battle with Fostoria’s Scott Kraylek until a nasty flip by Duane Zablocki (he was unhurt) stopped the action on lap 6. Kraylek would execute the perfect slide job in turn 4 a lap later to grab the lead, with Shammo moving around Bowman into second on lap 10. Kraylek and Shammo would race side by side the next lap with 8th-starting Sebetto slingshoting around Bowman into third. Exiting the fourth turn the next lap, Sebetto shot around Shammo and the two touched wheels with Shammo spinning. Sebetto would driver to the outside of Kraylek on lap 12 to grab the lead. Kraylek would mount several more challenges, but fell short at the checkered flag.

Behind Sebetto – who took the point lead – was Kraylek, Coty Runion (who raced in the top five the entire feature), Brad Haudenschild and 18th-starting Dustin Dinan rounding out the top five.

ImageLast week’s feature winner Ryan Missler would grab the initial lead in the 20-lap late model feature with John Bores pressuring. Bores would take the top spot on lap 4 when Missler pulled to the infield with engine woes. Bores would build a 5 car length lead while Eric Eicholtz, Hahn, J.R. Gentry and Kingseed battled behind. At the half-way mark the running order was Bores, Hahn, Kingseed, Eicholtz and Gentry as the yellow slowed the field. On the restart, Kingseed drover under Hahn into second as Bores continued to build his lead.

The yellow would slow action again on lap 16, putting Kingseed, the five-time Attica champion right on Bores’ rear bumper. On the restart, Kingseed would make contact with Bores exiting turn 2, sending the leader spinning. Kingseed now led over Hahn, 10th-starter Mike Marteney and Mike Bores.

The yellow would fly on lap 19, setting up a one-lap shoot-out. Hahn would pull along side Kingseed exiting the final turn for the checkered, only to fall a fender short. After exiting the speedway for victory lane, Kingseed would spin his late model around several times in celebration, throwing gravel, dirt and dust into the stands. Attica officials then disqualified him for unsportsman-like behavior, awarding the victory to Hahn.

“He put the fans in danger of injury…we cannot have that,” said Attica Operations Director Rex LeJeune.

Behind Hahn would be Marteney, Mike Bores, Bill Clapp Jr. (up from 18th) and Devin Shiels to round out the top five.

ImageChuck Roelle would grab the initial lead in the 15-lap dirt truck feature, with last week’s winner Shawn Valenti pressuring his bumper, along with Steve Endicott and 7th-starter Art Ball.Ball would use a lapped machine as a pick to drive around Roelle into the lead on lap 7. Endicott and then Cory Ward would pressure the veteran Ball for the win, but he was not to be denied.

Rounding out the top five were Ward, Valenti, who came back through the pack after an early race spin, Brian Arnold and Roelle.

Attica Raceway Park has a busy weekend coming up. On Friday, June 22, the Sunoco American Late Model Series will run two features – a make-up from the May 25 rainout and a regular program on Wynn’s Automotive/Service Driver Solutions Night. The 305 sprints and dirt trucks will also be in action. Gates will open at 5 p.m. with racing slated to get underway at 8 p.m.

Then just two nights later – Sunday, June 24, Attica will kick off the University of Northwest Ohio O’Reilly All Star Circuit of Champions Ohio Sprint Speedweek presented by RacingJunk.com. The Fultz Fabrication & Speed Shop Attica Late Models will also be on the racing card on Pepsi/ Aaron’s Sales & Service Night. Gates will open at 4:30 p.m. with racing action at 7:30 p.m.

For more information call the track office at 419-680-5606 or log onto atticaracewaypark.com

Attica Raceway Park (6-15-07)
Strawberry Hill Farm Market/Burger King Night

World Auto Parts of Huron & Cleveland 410 Sprints

Heat 1 – Bell Helmets (Top 5 transfer to A-Main)
1. 5R-Byron Reed; 2. 15C-Chris Andrews; 3. 7K-Dean Jacobs; 4. 31-Chuck Wilson; 5. 10S-Roger Shammo; 6. 97-Cory Seeling; 7. 1H-Kyle Cummins; 8. 97S-Aaron Shaffer; 9. 16-Lee Jacobs

Heat 2 – Ultra Shield Race Products (Top 5 transfer to A-Main)
1. X-Mark Keegan; 2. 7T-Troy Vaccaro; 3. O-Gus Wasson; 4. 12-Caleb Griffith; 5. 3L-Mike Linder; 6. 3T-Tony Beaber; 7. 72-Andy James; 8. 69-Scott Curren; 9. 5T-Travis Philo

Heat 3 – Friendship Food Stores Tin Lizzy Collision of Tiffin (Top 5 transfer to A-Main)
1. 98-Bruce Robenalt; 2. 14H-Todd Heller; 3. 5H-George Hawkins; 4. 75-Mike Hogan; 5. 1W-Paul Weaver; . 51-John Ivy; . 45-Bryan Grove; . 91-Aaron Middaugh

B-Main – Computer Man Inc. (Top 4 transfer to A-Main)
1. 1H-Kyle Cummins; 2. 3T-Tony Beaber; 3. 16-Lee Jacobs; 4. 97S-Aaron Shaffer; 5. 72-Andy James; 6. 91-Aaron Middaugh; 7. 97-Cory Seeling; 8. 45-Bryan Grove; 9. 5T-Travis Philo; 10. 69-Scott Curren; 11. 51-John Ivy

A-Main [Starting Position]
1. 5R-Byron Reed[6]; 2. 12-Caleb Griffith[7]; 3. 1W-Paul Weaver[15]; 4. X-Mark Keegan[10]; 5. O-Gus Wasson[8]; 6. 7K-Dean Jacobs[4]; 7. 7T-Troy Vaccaro[1]; 8. 3L-Mike Linder[14]; 9. 1H-Kyle Cummins[16]; 10. 15C-Chris Andrews[11]; 11. 98-Bruce Robenalt[3]; 12. 5H-George Hawkins[5]; 13. 16-Lee Jacobs[20]; 14. 14H-Todd Heller[12]; 15. 3T-Tony Beaber[17]; 16. 97S-Aaron Shaffer[19]; 17. 10S-Roger Shammo[13]; 18. 72-Andy James[18]; 19. 31-Chuck Wilson[2]; 20. 75-Mike Hogan[9]

305 Sprints

Heat 1 – Bell Helmets (Top 4 transfer to A-Main)
1. 10-Brad Haudenschild; 2. 55-Benny Bowman; 3. 71-Bill Kraylek; 4. 36X-Dustin Keegan; 5. 15H-Mitch Harble; 6. 34-Mark Whaley; 7. 5JR-Jimmy McGrath; 8. 6-Ryan Dickey; 9. 65-Mark Lang

Heat 2 – Ultra Shield Race Products (Top 4 transfer to A-Main)
1. 9Z-Duane Zablocki; 2. 1A-Matt Lucius; 3. 48S-Andy Shammo; 4. M28-Josh Muntz; 5. 4T-Jim Taddeo; 6. 25P-Mark Pridemore; 7. 23-Brad Keckler; 8. 25-Chris Pifher; 9. 311-Aaron Moloney

Heat 3 – Friendship Food Stores/ Tin Lizzy Collision of Tiffin (Top 4 transfer to A-Main)
1. O1-Bryan Sebetto; 2. 21-Scott Kraylek; 3. 29-Chris Lang; 4. O2-Kevin Lee; 5. 5-Dustin Dinan; 6. 1J-Jeremy Shambaugh; 7. O4-Cap Henry; 8. 92-Brandon Perkins; 9. 24X-Mike Burkin

Heat 4 – Pepsi (Top 4 transfer to A-Main)
1. 31-Chad Gullett; 2. 66L-Brad Bowman; 3. 49-Coty Runion; 4. 35-Stuart Brubaker; 5. 82-Travis Hoffbauer; 6. 13-Larry Felver Jr.; 7. 40-Bobby Davis; 8. 51S-John Taylor

B1 Main – Computer Man Inc. (Top 2 transfer to A-Main)
1. 4T-Jim Taddeo; 2. 15H-Mitch Harble; 3. 25P-Mark Pridemore; 4. 23-Brad Keckler; 5. 65-Mark Lang; 6. 34-Mark Whaley; 7. 311-Aaron Moloney; 8. 5JR-Jimmy McGrath; 9. 6-Ryan Dickey; 10. 25-Chris Pifher

B2-Main – Computer Man Inc. (Top 2 transfer to A-Main)
1. 5-Dustin Dinan; 2. 1J-Jeremy Shambaugh; 3. O4-Cap Henry; 4. 82-Travis Hoffbauer; 5. 13-Larry Felver Jr.; 6. 40-Bobby Davis; 7. 92-Brandon Perkins; 8. 51S-John Taylor; 9. 24X-Mike Burkin

A-Main [Starting Position]
1. O1-Bryan Sebetto[8]; 2. 21-Scott Kraylek[1]; 3. 49-Coty Runion[3]; 4. 10-Brad Haudenschild[9]; 5. 5-Dustin Dinan[18]; 6. 36X-Dustin Keegan[13]; 7. 48S-Andy Shammo[5]; 8. 66L-Brad Bowman[2]; 9. 1A-Matt Lucius[4]; 10. 35-Stuart Brubaker[16]; 11. 71-Bill Kraylek[6]; 12. O2-Kevin Lee[15]; 13. 4T-Jim Taddeo[17]; 14. 1J-Jeremy Shambaugh[20]; 15. 29-Chris Lang[12]; 16. M28-Josh Muntz[14]; 17. 15H-Mitch Harble[19]; 18. 55-Benny Bowman[10]; 19. 9Z-Duane Zablocki[7]; 20. 31-Chad Gullett[11]

Fultz Fabrications & Speed Shop Attica Late Models

Heat 1 – Bell Helmets (Top 5 transfer to A-Main)
1. 48-John Bores; 2. 5L-Mike Lonas; 3. 98-Eric Eicholtz; 4. 6-Trevor Phillips; 5. 51-Devin Shiels; 6. 55-Chuck Hummer; 7. 23C-Jeremy Canada; 8. 5H-Ernie Haynes; 9. 3-Mike Graber; 10. 77B-Coby Bartram

Heat 2 – Ultra Shield Race Products (Top 5 transfer to A-Main)
1. 2D-Curtis Deisenroth; 2. 45-Mike Marteney; 3. 15B-Mike Bores; 4. 99-Steve Sabo; 5. O1-George Lee; 6. 77C-Craig Corfman; 7. 12P-Jeff Pelton; 8. 9-Roger Inks; 9. 9B-Luke Bieri; 10. 41-Steve Fultz

Heat 3 – Friendship Food Stores – Tin Lizzy Collision of Tiffin (Top 5 transfer to A-Main)
1. 27-Ken Hahn; 2. 50-Ryan Missler; 3. 14-J.R. Gentry; 4. 21-Larry Kingseed; 5. 69-John Mayes Jr.; 6. 99M-John Mayes Sr.; 7. 8K-Kevin Koerper; 8. 29-Michael Stiltner Jr.

B-Main – Computer Man Inc. (Top 5 transfer to A-Main)
1. 5H-Ernie Haynes; 2. 55-Chuck Hummer; 3. 31-Bill Clapp Jr.; 4. 9B-Luke Bieri; 5. 29-Michael Stiltner Jr.; 6. 3-Mike Graber; 7. 77B Coby Bartram; 8. 12P-Jeff Pelton; 9. 9-Roger Inks; 10. 77C-Craig Corfman; 11. 23C-Jeremy Canada; 12. 41-Steve Fultz; 13. 99M-John Mayes Sr.

A-Main [Starting Position]
1. 27-Ken Hahn[7]; 2. 45-Mike Marteney[10]; 3. 15B-Mike Bores[11]; 4. 31-Bill Clapp Jr.[18]; 5. 51-Devin Shiels[13]; 6. 14-J.R. Gentry[6]; 7. O1-George Lee[14]; 8. 6-Trevor Phillips[5]; 9. 29-Michael Stiltner Jr.[20]; 10. 9B-Luke Bieri[19]; 11. 98-Eric Eicholtz[3]; 12. 5H-Ernie Haynes[16]; 13. 55-Chuck Hummer[17]; 14. 48-John Bores[1]; 15. 69-John Mayes Jr.[15]; 16. 2D-Curtis Deisenroth[12]; 17. 5L-Mike Lonas[8]; 18. 99-Steve Sabo[4]; 19. 50-Ryan Missler[2]; 20. 21-Larry Kingseed[9]

Dirt Trucks

Heat 1 – Bell Helmets
1. 8-Steve Endicott; 2. 3R-Chuck Roelle; 3. 18W-Corey Ward; 4. 7C-Jacob Dick; 5. 99-Jesse Worcester; 6. 56-Alex Wiechman; 7. 4-Donald Fitch; 8.83B-Jeff Borys; 9. 19-Jimmy Sebetto

Heat 2 – Ultra Shield Race Products
1. 28-Shawn Valenti; 2. 37-Eric Devanna; 3. O1-Art Ball; 4. 33-Brian Arnold; 5. 17-Bob Dible; 6. 55B-Bill Bruen; 7. 22-Todd Keegan; 8. 30-Dave Gibbs

A-main Starting Position
1. O1-Art Ball[7]; 2. 18W-Corey Ward[10]; 3. 28-Shawn Valenti[1]; 4. 33-Brian Arnold[9]; 5. 3R-Chuck Roelle[2]; 6. 8-Steve Endicott[4]; 7. 55B-Bill Bruen[5]; 8. 37-Eric Devanna[12]; 9. 83B-Jeff Borys[15]; 10. 7C-Jacob Dick[11]; 11. 99-Jesse Worcester[8]; 12. 56-Alex Wiechman[3]; 13. 17-Bob Dible[6]; 14. 4-Donald Fitch[13]; 15. 30-Dave Gibbs[16]

Late Models To Run Wild On June 22

By Brian Liskai (Attica, OH) Super late models will run wild at Attica Raceway Park on Wynn’s Automotive/ Service Drive Solutions Night, Friday, June 22. And, fans will have the opportunity to get behind the wheel of a late model – the Donnie Moran Racing Simulator that is.

The wheel-banging, mud-slinging Sunoco American Late Model Series will not only do battle in a complete program, but the feature event from the rained out Fultz Fabrications & Speed Shop Night of May 25 will be held.

Already locked into the make-up feature are names like Brian Ruhlman, Ryan Markham, Duane Chamberlain, Rusty Schlenk, Aaron Scott, Jeep VanWormer and more.

The June 22 show also features the 305 winged sprints and the dirt trucks.

Fans can race the Donnie Moran Racing Simulators for five laps for $5. You get behind the wheel of an actual Donnie Moran late model!

The fast time of the night will receive an autograhed 8″ X 10″ Donnie Moran plaque. Free passes will be given out during the night’s racing as door prizes. The similator will also be on hand at Attica for the UNOH O’Reilly All Star Circuit of Champions Ohio Sprint Speedweek presented by RacingJunk.com on Sunday, June 24.

For more information on the Donnie Moran Racing Simulator, log onto isenhartmotorsports.com

Gates will open on June 22 at 5 p.m. with racing action slated to get underway at 8 pm at “Ohio’s Finest Racing” venue. Adult general admission $14, seniors citizens $12, 11-15 $10, 10 & under free, and pits $25.

2007 Fan Appreciation Night Preview

By Brian Liskai (Attica, OH) Attica Raceway Park knows family budgets are tight. To reward fans for their support of “Ohio’s Finest Racing” venue, Strawberry Hill Farm Market and Burger King are teaming up for Fan Appreciation Night, Friday, June 15, with fans getting in for just $10 General Admission.

The racing features the mud-slinging, fire-breathing, alcohol-burning World Auto Parts of Huron & Cleveland 410 Sprints, the 305 sprints, Fultz Fabrications & Speed Shop Attica Late Models and the dirt trucks for that incredible low admission price.

The night stays affordable for families, as hot dogs will be just $1 and popcorn 50 cents.

Also, the pit gates will be opened to allow fans to meet their favorite drivers and get autographs and purchase t-shirts, etc. prior to the night’s racing action.

Gates will open at 5 p.m. with racing action slated to get underway at 8 p.m.

For more information log onto www.atticaracewaypark.com or call (419)680-5606.