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  • RUSH Sprints, Modifieds, Crate Late Models plus Vintage Mods race this Friday!

    Plus E-Mods and Mini Stocks!

    Conneaut, OH (June 12, 2019) — Friday night will feature three classes of RUSH-sanctioned racing plus the Thunder on the Dirt Vintage Modified Series plus the weekly E-Mods and Mini Stock programs of heats and features.

    The Evergreen Lake Park Campground RUSH Late Model Series Raceway 7 points show defending champion Darrell Bossard with a twenty point lead in the season standings over second-running Breyton Santee, last week’s winner. Bossard has not yet won a feature this season. Third is Kyle Zimmerman, the 2017 champion. Zimmerman was the winner May 24th. Opening night and May 31st winner Matt Latta is currently fourth, despite missing last week’s event, only 35-points out of the lead. Bruce Hordusky Jr is fifth only four points behind Latta. Hordusky’s best finish this season is a pair of seconds.

    The RUSH Sprints will make their only appearance at Raceway 7 this season. The division was just started last year and was dominated by Chad Ruhlman its fifteen wins and two seconds in seventeen starts! Of course, with a record like that he was the points champion. Ruhlman had also been the 2014 RUSH Late Model National Weekly Series Champion.

    The 2018 RUSH Modifieds champion was Garrett Krummert with seven wins on the season and 22 top five finishes in 26 starts. For the 2019 season Rob Kristyak is the current points leader after three events with a slim six point margin over Kole Holden.

    The Dirt Vintage Modified racers will be at the track for a program of heats and features with local driver Gary Haupt a favorite to win.

    The Bonnell’s Collision Center E-Mods points currently show May 24th and last week’s winner, Gary Eicher, the 2017 champion, with a solid 33-point margin over Mike Kinney, winner on opening night, May 17. Kinney holds a slim 6-point edge over Casey Bowers, whose best finish this season is a pair of seconds. The defending class champion, Troy Johnson, is currently fourth, another nineteen points back with Dan McDonald fifth, only four points behind Johnson. Last week’s winner, Dennis Lunger, in another eight markers out of the top five.

    The Sunnyside Farm Transit Mini Stocks will also be in competition for a regular card of heats and a feature. Mark Lawrence is the points leader at the current date with a 38-point margin over defending champion Dillon Speer. Speer has one win this season, that coming May 31. Seven points behind Speer is Jim Haefke third with Zack Eller fourth, another 37-points back, and Emily Stoyer and opening night winner Pete Blaczak, tied for fifth, yet another 14-points behind Eller.

    Be sure to watch for the Close Racing Supply Race Report for the feature-by-feature action and complete results from this Friday.

    Raceway 7 is located six miles south of Interstate 90 on Route 7 in the town of Monroe Center, OH and races every Friday night May — September. Racing begins at 7:30 PM every Friday. General admission for regular events is $10 and children 7-14 admitted for $5 each. Kids 6 and under are always free. NO PETS are admitted to the track! Fan and pit gates open at 5:30 PM. Pit admission is $25 with minimum age 18. Children under 18 admitted with a “Minor Release” form available at pit gate that must be filled out by a parent accompanying the youth. Raceday information is available at (440) 594-2222. The track maintains a website at www.raceway7.com.


  • Santee wins first RUSH Late Model feature of year!

    Eicher, Fielding, Wilson, and Lawrence each bring their 2019 win total to two!

    Conneaut, OH (June 7, 2019): It was a beautiful night for racing at Raceway 7 with nearly cloudless skies and shirt-sleeves temperatures. Perfect weather for Autograph Night at the 49 year old speed plant saw 88 racers take green flags with Breyton Santee winning his first Evergreen Lake Park Campground RUSH Late Models feature of the season, former Bonnell’s Collision Center E-Mod champion Gary Eicher won his second of the season, as did Eric Wilson in the Bonnell’s Auto Sales Economods feature, Pat Fielding in the Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Stocks, and Mark Lawrence in the Sunnyside Farm Transit Mini Stocks.

    After the fan-favorite autograph session held on the main straight, feature racing got underway with Casey Bowers and Jesse Gould bringing the race to Mark Osburn’s green flag. Bowers led from the start with fourth starting Mike Potosky coming to second at the end of lap one ahead of Gould, Dan McDonald, and Gary Eicher. The first caution came at two laps when Josh McDonald spun in turn three. As the race resumed Eicher came to third at three laps while Bowers was stretching his lead until lap six, when he spun in turn one, handing the lead off to Potosky. Mike Kinney charged to second on the restart and defending champion Troy Johnson got to the top five. Eicher was up to second from his sixth spot on the grid at the lap seven yellow for Tim Rockwell, spun in turn two. Under the caution Potosky drifted to a halt and needed pushed pitside, ending a great run. Kinney, Eicher, Dan McDonald,Johnson, and Dan Davies brought the field back to green. At halfway Davies had displaced Johnson for fourth. Dan McDonald’s night ended early at lap twelve when he pulled to the infield. At this point debris in turn four slowed the race. Johnson looped his mount in turns one and two when the race restarted. From the back of the pack Bowers had worked his way back up to sixth! With fourteen complete Brandon Grossman spun in turn four with Tim Rockwell, Bowers, and Bill Taylor getting involved. All three were done for the night with Taylor needing towed from the scene. At the checkers it was Eicher, Kinney, Davies, Percy McDonald, and Charlie Steinle Jr.

    Breyton Santee led the Evergreen Lake Park Campground RUSH Late Models from the pole with third-starting Chad Sines coming to second over Joe Long, Darrell Bossard, and Kyle Zimmerman. Lap four saw spin out action on both ends of the track as Zach Downes went around in turn four while Bob Diver and Khole Wanzer were in the spin cycle in turn one. On the restart it was a three wide dash on the back straight for second but Joe Howell spun in turn two to slow the race under yellow. At five laps Dennis Dellinger and Brandon Porter got together, eventually involving Diver and John Stockdale. The race ran green from there on with Dave Airgood coming into the top five at the halfway point. Santee went on to the win, his first of the season with Sines second, Zimmerman, a former champion and the May 24th winner, third, Bossard, the defending champion, fourth, and Dave Airgood fifth.

    Jessica Harvey and and Mark Lawrence brought the Sunnyside Farm Transit Mini Stocks to green with Lawrence grabbing the immediate lead. A lap two restart after an incident in turn two with former champion Joe Campbell and Zoey Gill spun in two showed Lawrence leading over defending champion Dillon Speer, Jim Haefke, Scott Gill, and Chris Horton. On lap three Lawrence and Speer were side by side at the line but Speer went high in turn two, allowing Lawrence to get away. Lawrence enjoyed a big lead at lap seven through eleven when fire erupted under Scott Gill’s car, stopping the race under the red flag. At the end of the one lap dash to the checkers it was Lawrence getting his second win of the season over Speer, Haefke, Horton, and Zack Eller.

    Eric Reinwald and Eric Wilson were at the front of the lineup for the Bonnell’s Auto Sales Economod feature with Wilson leading from green but Gary Murphy came to a halt in turn two, negating the start. On the restart Mitch Wright and Billy Cunningham spun on the front stretch before getting to the green. Wilson got the lead from Reinwald on the back chute after restarting to lead lap one over Reinwald, Mitchell Lam, Mark Titus, and Jeremy Double. Lam was second after two laps with Double up to third and Dustin Demattia coming into the top five. Last week’s winner, Nate Young, spun in turns one and two at five complete. Double got to second at six laps with Demattia up to fourth. Kyle Miller displaced Demattia for fourth at lap seven. Double began challenging Wilson for the lead at the halfway point when Cunningham spun in turn four. With six laps left five cars piled up in turn one, Derek Connors, Mark Titus, Pat Drennan, Will Pinckney, and Casey Harmon. Dan McEwen got into the wall on the restart. Three attempts to get lap ten in the books ended in cautions with more cautions at eleven, and twelve. At the finish it was Wilson for his second win of the season over Double, Demattia, Matt Alexander, and last week’s winner, Nate Young.

    The final event of the night was for the Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Stocks with Joe Stajnragh and Pat Fielding bringing the race to green. Fielding slid wide in turn two with Jamie Duncan and Bill Watson both getting by to run up front at the end of one lap. Stajnragh was fourth at the end of one with Jesse Brock fifth. Watson then slowed and headed to the pit. At three complete Duncan’s car erupted in smoke and he drove to the infield. Fielding was the leader at four laps then Stajnragh slid to a halt in turn two. At halfway the leaders were Fielding, Josh Seippel, David Baker, Brock, and Tony Spaghetti. Brock’s race ended on the front straight at lap eleven when he spun out of contention. The final caution of the night fell at twelve laps complete when Tom Teed spun in turn four. At the finish it was Fielding, Seippel, Baker, Spaghetti, and Darr Diegelman.

    This week’s race report brought to you by Close Racing Supply:

    Evergreen Lake Park Campground RUSH Crate Late Models:
    Heat 1: Dave Airgood, Kyle Zimmerman, Darrell Bossard, Brandon Porter, Zach Downes, Dennis Dellinger, Jared Kane (DNS)
    Heat 2: Chad Sines, Joe Long, Cory Sines, Khole Wanzer, Bob Diver, Jacob Peterson, Joe Howell
    Heat 3: Chris Withers, Breyton Santee, John Watson, Jay Watson, John Stockdale, Matt Sipes
    Feature: Kevin Santee, Chad Sines, Kyle Zimmerman, Darrell Bossard, Dave Airgood, Jared Kane, Joe Long, John Watson, Chris Withers, Corey Sines, Jay Watson, Bob Diver, Jacob Peterson, Joe Howell, Dennis Dellinger, Brandon Porter, John Stockdale, Khole Wanzer, Zach Downes, Matt Sipes (DNS)

    Bonnell’s Collision Center E-Mods:
    Heat 1: Casey Bowers, Troy Johnson, Mike Potosky, Dan McDonald, Dan Davies, Bill Taylor, Charles Supplee, Josh McDonald
    Heat 2: Mike Kinney, Gary Eicher, Tim Rockwell, Jesse Gould, Percy McDonald, Charlie Steinle Jr, Brandon Grossman, Tyler Frankenberry
    Feature: Gary Eicher, Mike Kinney, Dan Davies, Percy McDonald, Chuck Steinle Jr, Jesse Gould, Troy Johnson, Brandon Grossman, Tyler Frankenberry, Casey Bowers, Tim Rockwell, Bill Taylor, Dan McDonald, Charles Supplee, Mike Potosky, Josh McDonald

    Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Stocks:
    Heat 1: Pat Fielding, Bill Watson, Josh Seippel, David Baker, Tom Teed, Tony Spaghetti, Darr Diegelman
    Heat 2: Joe Stajnragh, Jamie Duncan, Troy Dezarn, Garrett Calvert, Donald Dezarn
    Feature: Pat Fielding, Josh Seippel, David Baker, Tony Spaghetti, Darr Diegelman, Joe Stajnragh, Tom Teed, Jesse Brock, Troy Dezarn, Donald Dezarn, Jamie Duncan, Bill Watson, Garrett Calvert

    Bonnell’s Auto Sales Economods:
    Heat 1: Kyle Miller, Matt Alexander, Billy Cunningham, Mike Harmon, Justin Sax, Will Pinckney, Cale Souza
    Heat 2: Brian Toto, Nate Young, Mitchell Wright, Gary Murphy, Pat Drennan, Derrick Connors, 73
    Heat 3: Dustin Demattia, Eric Wilson, Mitchell Lam, Kyle Reinwald, Casey Harmon, Judson Fell
    Heat 4: Jeremy Double, Mark Titus, Eric Reinwald, Jarett Young, Dan McEwen, Ed Snyder
    Feature: Eric Wilson, Jeremy Double, Dustin Demattia, Matt Alexander, Nate Young, Eric Reinwald, Kyle Miller, Jarett Young, Billy Cunningham, Mike Harmon, Judson Fell, Will Pinckney, Mitchell Lam, Pat Drennan, Derek Connors, Mark Titus, Allen Phillips

    Sunnyside Farm Transit Mini Stocks:
    Heat 1: Joe Campbell, Dillon Speer, Tricia Jacklett, Lane Reinwald, Jeremy Start, Brian McGarvie, Lexi Vogt, 35
    Heat 2: Jim Haefke, Mark Lawrence, Jessica Harvey, Emily Stoyer, Zoey Gill. Corey Wick, Alan Sousa
    Heat 3: Scott Gill, Zack Eller, Chris Horton, Mike Barr, Ana Vassen, Dalton Speer, Spencer Marcy
    Feature: Mark Lawrence, Dillon Speer, Jim Haefke, Chris Horton, Zack Eller, Jessica Harvey, Corey Wick, Emily Stoyer, Alex Siekkinen, Spencer Marcy, Dalton Speer, Alan Souza, Mike Barr, Jeremy Start, Ana Vassen, Scott Gill, Brian McGarvie, Joe Campbell, Zoey Gill, Lane Reinwald (DNS), Lexi Vogt (DNS), 35 (DNS)


  • Autograph Night at Raceway 7 this Friday!


    Conneaut, OH (June 5, 2019) — the annual “Autograph Night”, always a fan favorite, will be held this Friday June7 at Raceway 7. The event allows fans to walk out on the racing surface and meet racers, crews, and owners for the annual “meet ‘n’ greet”. Fans will be allowed on the track for approximately twenty minutes during an intermission. Many teams come to the track with candy and other prizes for fans of all ages. 
    In on-track competition Matt Latta is the current Evergreen Lake Park Campground RUSH Late Model points leader on the strength of two feature wins over the three weeks of the season so far. However, his lead is a mere four points over Bruce Hordusky with defending champion Darrell Bossard only two points back in third. Kyle Zimmerman, another past champion and May 24th winner, trails Bossard by 27 markers and Breyton Santee is yet another eight points back in fifth. 
    The Bonnell’s Collision Center E-Mod standings show Gary Eicher, a past champion and the May 24th winner with a 10 point lead over Dennis Lunger, last week’s winner. Third is Casey Bowers, another three points behind Lunger, Dan McDonald another thirteen points behind Bowers, and opening night winner Mike Kinney, fifth, only four points behind McDonald. Defending champion Troy Johnson is sixth, 36 points behind the leader. 
    Week two winner Pat Fielding leads the Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Stocks by 28 points over Joe Stajnragh. Third is Wesley McCray, winner opening night and May 31. McCray did not compete May 24. Darr Diegelman is fourth, 52 points behind the leader with Garrett Calvert, another eleven points back. 
    The Bonnell’s Auto Sales Economods are being paced by opening night winner Kyle Miller with a slim four point lead over Matt Alexander. Alexander has not yet entered Victory Lane in 2019. He holds a razor-thin one point edge over third running Nate Young, who celebrated his first-ever feature win last week. Fourth is second-generation driver Mitchell Wright, 31 points behind Young. Dustin Demattia is fifth twenty points out of fourth. Week two winner was Eric Wilson in his only appearance thus far this season. Wilson is currently fourteenth in the standings. 
    May  24th winner Mark Lawrence currently holds a 33 point lead over defending champion and last week’s winner Dillon Speer in the Sunnyside Farm Transit Mini Stock standings. Speer is only three points ahead of opening night winner Pete Blaczak. Jim Haefke is fourth, a solitary point in arrears of Blaczak with Lane Reinwald another 28 points back in fifth. 
    Be sure to watch for the Close Racing Supply Race Report for the feature-by-feature action and complete results from this Friday. 
    Raceway 7 is located six miles south of Interstate 90 on Route 7 in the town of Monroe Center, OH and races every Friday night May — September. Racing begins at 7:30 PM every Friday. General admission for regular events is $10 and children 7-14 admitted for $5 each. Kids 6 and under are always free. NO PETS are admitted to the track! Fan and pit gates open at 5:30 PM. Pit admission is $25 with minimum age 18. Children under 18 admitted with a “Minor Release” form available at pit gate that must be filled out by a parent accompanying the youth. Raceday information is available at (440) 594-2222.


  • Latta takes home top prize in RUSH Late Model action!

    Lunger and Speer win first of year, Latta and McCray get second wins, Young wins first-ever!

    Conneaut, OH (May 31, 2019): Perfect weather greeted fans as they arrived at Raceway 7 Friday night for the RUSH Late Model Topless Challenge. 102 cars had signed in over the five classes, including nineteen in the featured Evergreen Lake Park Campground RUSH Late Models. At the conclusion of the racing Matt Latta collected the $1200 purse for the RUSH Late Model win, Dennis Lunger got his first Bonnell’s Collision Service E-Mod win of the year, Wesley McCray repeated his opening night Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Stock win, and defending Sunnyside Farm Transit Mini Stock champion Dillon Speer got his first win of the season. Nate Young got his first win of career in the Bonnell’s Auto Sales Economod feature!

    Feature racing started with the Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Stocks taking to the track with Darr Diegelman and Garrett Calvert leading the way. Yellow flew before one lap was complete when Jesse Brock and Dave Snyder spun in turn four. After green again appeared Calvert took the lead at green with Wesley McCray trying the high side to gain the advantage but was unsuccessful until lap five when he charged low on the inside of turn two, and then holding the lead at the end of the lap. At the halfway point it was McCray leading Calvert, Diegelman, Joe Stajnragh , and Rod Laskey. With only three laps left David Baker spun in turn four for the final caution. Calvert exited the event with two laps left. At the checkers it was McCray, who won his first ever feature opening night this season, Diegelman, Pat Fielding, Stajnragh, and Rod Laskey.

    The Bonnell’s Collision Center E-Mods were brought to the line by Dennis Lunger and defending champion Troy Johnson with Lunger leading from the start. At four laps complete former track champion Gary Eicher spun in turn two. Mike Kinney spun for the next yellow, collecting Johnson in the process but Johnson continued in second, showing right front damage and an extreme tilt on the wheel. Mike Potosky was up to third at this point with Casey Bowers fourth and Dan McDonald fifth. With nine laps in the books Brandon Grossman looped his mount in turn four. At halfway the front five were Lunger, Potosky, Bowers, Dan McDonald, and Michael McGee. Over the last half of the race green flew with Bowers getting by Potosky and Gary Eicher in a strong run back up to fifth. The top five were Lunger, Bowers, Potosky, McDonald, and Eicher. A $100 bonus for the ninth place finisher sponsored by J D Diversified and Shetler Construction went to Josh McDonald.

    The Evergreen Lake Park Campground RUSH Late Models were the featured class with a $1200 to win 25-lap Topless Special. Bruce Hordusky and Matt Latta led the race to green with Latta gaining the early lead. Before one lap was in Brandon Porter, Kyle Zimmerman, Chris Withers, Ward Schell, Joe Long, and Jacob Peterson all piled up in turn for negating that start and ending the race for both Peterson and Long. When the race was again underway Latta led Hordusky, Dave Airgood, defending champion Darrell Bossard, and Breyton Santee. At the halfway point Airgood had displaced Hordusky for second and Santee had got by Bossard. At fourteen laps Airgood was challenging for the lead and got next to the leader. At fifteen laps Airgood spun in turn two. Latta led Hordusky, Santee, Bossard, and Porter back to green with Santee getting by Hordusky at the restart. Dennis Dellinger spun in turn four at eighteen laps. At nineteen laps Zimmerman spun in turn four, collecting Dellinger, Schell, and John Watson in the process. Hordusky was back to second after the green again flew. Over the final five laps the order remained Latta, Hordusky, Santee, Bossard, and Porter.

    The Bonnell’s Auto Sales Economods were paced by Justin Sax and Nate Young for their 15 lap, 24 Car feature. Will Pinckney and Mitchell Wright spun in turn one, necessitating a complete restart. Sax the. Grabbed the early lead but Young came back strong, running side by side with Sax until taking over the top spot at lap three. Ashley Rogers then spun in turn three and J J Bametzrieder came to a stop on the back straight. At four complete it was a three way tussle for second as Sax, Matt Alexander, and Dustin Demattia raced side by side by side until Alexander slid high in turn two and lost several positions. Sax then spun in two at six laps. Young led Demattia Alan Dellinger, opening night winner Kyle Miller, and Jeremy Double back to green but Double pulled pitside at seven laps, elevating Brian Toto to fifth. Rogers and Mark Titus spun in turn one for the next caution. Then Gary Olson, Judson Fell, Sax, Dellinger, Tyler Davis, and Allen Phillips got together in turn one. Miller got to third with five to go but Eric Reinwald spun in turn four before lap eleven was complete. Demattia made an attempt to grab the lead on the back straight with three to go but Young was again the leader when the pack came to the two lap signal. At the finish it was Young for his first-ever win over Demattia, Miller, Dellinger, and Toto.

    The final event of the night was for the Sunnyside Farm Transit Mini Stocks with defending champion Dillon Speer and Zach Eller on the front row. Speer led opening night winner Pete Blaczak, Eller, week two winner Mark Lawrence, and 2017 champion Joe Campbell. Eller and Lawrence were side by side at two laps with Lawrence gaining the position by lap three. Emily Story and Lane Reinwald were side by side at the halfway point for fifth while up front, Speer was lengthening his lead over Blaczak. With three laps left Blaczak wound up stopped and facing the third turn wall with apparent mechanical ails. Speer went on to his first win of the season over Lawrence, Eller, Stoyer, and Jim Haefke, who got by Reinwald on the final lap.

    This week’s race report brought to you by Close Racing Supply:

    Evergreen Lake Park Campground RUSH Crate Late Models:
    Qualifying: (Top 5) Darrell Bossard (19.256), Matt Latta (19.398), Dave Airgood (19.452), Kyle Zimmerman (19.508), Breyton Santee (19.682)
    Heat 1 Sponsored by 955 Automotive: Dave Airgood, Kyle Zimmerman, Breyton Santee, Ron Boardman, Dennis Dellinger, John Oakes, Jacob Peterson
    Heat 2 Sponsored by Gary and Bonnie at Amsoil: Bruce Hordusky, Chris Withers, John Watson, Khole Wanzer, Brandon Porter, Zach Downes, Scott Dellahoy
    Heat 3 Sponsored by Country Pride Restaurant of Kingsville TA: Matt Latta, Darrell Bossard, Ward Schell, Joe Long, Steve Hollabaugh, Joe Howell (DNS)
    Dash 1 Sponsored by RUSH Late Model Series: Bruce Hordusky, Matt Latta, Dave Airgood, Darrell Bossard, Kyle Zimmerman, Chris Withers
    Dash 2 Sponsored by McDonald Meats: Breyton Santee, John Watson, Khole Wanzer, Ward Schell, Ron Boardman, Joe Young
    Feature: Matt Latta, Bruce Hordusky, Breyton Santee, Darrell Bossard, Brandon Porter, Chris Withers, Khole Wanzer, John Oakes, Steve Hollabaugh, Dave Airgood, Ward Schell, John Watson, Scott Dellahoy, Zach Downes, Kyle Zimmerman, Ron Boardman, Dennis Dellinger, Joe Long, Jacob Peterson, Joe Howell

    Bonnell’s Collision Center E-Mods:
    Heat 1: Dan McDonald, Casey Bowers, Troy Johnson, Mike Potosky, Chuck Steinle Jr, Brandon Grossman, Josh McDonald, Rick Pratschler, Bill Taylor
    Heat 2: Dennis Lunger, Mike Kinney, Jesse Gould, Tyler Frankenberry, Mike McGee, Gary Eicher, Alan Atkinson, Hunter Hulley, Percy McDonald
    Feature: Dennis Lunger, Casey Bowers, Mike Potosky, Dan McDonald, Gary Eicher, Mike McGee, Percy McDonald, Mike Kinney, Josh McDonald, Troy Johnson, Jesse Gould, Alan Atkinson, Hunter Hulley, Tyler Frankenberry, Brandon Grossman, Bill Taylor, Chuck Steinle Jr, Rick Pratschler (DNS)

    Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Stocks:
    Heat 1: Larry Kugel, Wesley McCray, Garrett Calvert, Jamie Duncan, Dave Snyder, Jessie Brock, Steve Horvath
    Heat 2: Darr Diegelman, Pat Fielding, Rod Laskey, Gary Miller, Tony Spaghetti, Tom Teed
    Heat 3: David Baker, Troy Dezarn, Joe Stajnragh, Bill Watson, Douglas Eck, Donald Dezarn
    Feature: Wesley McCray, Darr Diegelman, Pat Fielding, Joe Stajnragh, Rod laskey, Bill Watson, Jamie Duncan, Larry Kugel, Gary Miller, Douglas Eck, Tony Spaghetti, Jessie Brock, Tom Teed, Steve Horvath, Garrett Calvert, David Baker, Troy Dezarn, Donald Dezarn, Dave Snyder

    Bonnell’s Auto Sales Economods:
    Heat 1: Nate Young, Brian Toto, Tyler Davis, Allen Phillips, Eric Reinwald, Mike Harmon, Derek Connors
    Heat 2: Mitchell Wright, Justin Sax, Jeremy Double, Jim Muma, Gary Olson, Judson Fell, Dan McEwen
    Heat 3: Kyle Miller, Alan Dellinger, Will Pinckney, Mark Titus, Billy Cunningham, Gary Murphy (DNS)
    Heat 4: Matt Alexander, Dustin Demattia, Casey Harmon, Ashley Rogers, J J Bametzrieder, Jarrett Young
    Feature: Nate Young, Dustin Demattia, Kyle Miller, Alan Dellinger, Brian Toto, Matt Alexander, Mitchell Wright, Will Pinckney, Billy Cunningham, Gary Olson, Casey Harmon, Jarrett Young, Mike Harmon, Gary Murphy, Mark Titus, Ashley Rogers, Eric Reinwald, Allen Phillips, Judson Fell, Justin Sax, Tyler Davis, Jim Muma, Jeremy Double, J J Bametzrieder, Derek Connors (DNS), Dan McEwen (DNS)

    Sunnyside Farm Transit Mini Stocks:
    Heat 1: Joe Campbell, Kevin Watson, Emily Stoyer, Brian McGarvie, Dalton Speer, Ana Vassen, Jessica Harvey
    Heat 2: Mark Lawrence, Jim Haefke, Zach Eller, Scott Gill, Corey Wick, Tricia Jacklett, Alan Souza
    Heat 3: Dillon Speer, Pete Blaczak, Zoey Gill, Lane Reinwald, Joe Dewoody, Lexi Vogt
    Feature: Dillon Speer, Mark Lawrence, Zach Eller, Emily Stoyer, Jim Haefke, Lane Reinwald, Corey Wick, Scott Gill, Zoey Gill, Dalton Speer, Joe Dewoody, Brian McGarvie, Kevin Watson, Alan Souza, Lexi Vogt, Pete Blaczak, Ana Vassen, Jessica Harvey, Tricia Jacklett, Joe Campbell


  • RUSH Late Models running topless at Raceway 7 this Friday!

    RUSH Late Models running topless at Raceway 7 this Friday!

    Conneaut, OH (May 29, 2019) — The Evergreen Lake Park Campground RUSH Late Models will race without their roofs this week at Raceway 7. All other regular classes will contest regular length features. Group time trials will determine starting spots for the heat races with each heat paying $100 to win. Top four in each heat will race dashes to determine the front starting spots. Dashes will pay $50 each to the winners. The first two in each of three heats will start first through sixth with third and fourth starting seventh through twelfth in the $1200 to win feature. Sponsors will include 955 Automotive, Gary and Bonnie from Amsoil, Country Pride Restaurant of North Kingsville TA, and the RUSH Late Model Series.

    The annual topless event allows fans to better watch the drivers as they wheel their racers through the tricky turns and down the long straight-a-ways while battling the other racers for position and the $1200 purse waiting at the checkered flag. Feature race winners this year have been Matt Latta on opening night and former champion Kyle Zimmerman last Friday night. In 2018 Eldred, Pa’s Damian Bidwell made the long tow to Raceway 7 and collected the win after leading the entire distance. In points defending champion Darrell Bossard currently holds a slim four point lead over Bruce Hordusky. 2019 race winners Latta and Zimmerman are tied for third, only one point behind Hordusky. Chris Withers in 33 points behind the leader in fifth. Only five points separate the top four!

    Last week’s Bonnell’s Collision Center E-Mod winner and former champion, Gary Eicher, holds a 27-point lead over opening night victor Mike Kinney and defending champion Troy Johnson, tied for second. Casey Bowers is fourth a slim two points behind second with Dennis Lunger fifth, another four points back.

    Last week’s winner in the Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Stocks feature, Pat Fielding, holds a 23-point lead over Joe Stajnragh with Garrett Calvert is third, another 13 points back. Fourth, 50 points behind the leader , is Tony Spaghetti. Wesley McCray, opening night winner, holds fifth, a mere three markers behind Spaghetti.

    Matt Alexander leads the Bonnell’s Auto Sales Economods points with a five point margin over Kyle Miller, the opening night winner. Nate Young is another fifteen points back in third with Mitchell Wright fourth, nine points behind Young. Fifth is Justin Sax, only one point behind Wright. Last week’s winner Eric Wilson, is currently seventh.

    Last week’s Sunnyside Farm Transit Mini Stock feature winner, Mark Lawrence, has a slim three point lead over opening night winner opening night winner Pete Blaczak. Pat Hanlon is third, another seventeen points behind. Jim Haefke and Defending champion Dillon Speer are fourth and fifth.

    Be sure to watch for the Close Racing Supply Race Report for the feature-by-feature action and complete results from this Friday on Raceway 7’s Facebook page and at www.raceway7.com.

    Raceway 7 is located six miles south of Interstate 90 on Route 7 in the town of Monroe Center, OH and races every Friday night May — September. Racing begins at 7:30 PM every Friday. General admission for regular events is $10 and children 7-14 admitted for $5 each. Kids 6 and under are always free. NO PETS are admitted to the track! Fan and pit gates open at 5:30 PM. Pit admission is $25 with minimum age 18. Children under 18 admitted with a “Minor Release” form available at pit gate that must be filled out by a parent accompanying the youth. Raceday information is available at (440) 594-2222. The track maintains a website at www.raceway7.com.