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  • Super Late Models plus Penn-Ohio Street Stocks return to Raceway 7 in special Sunday Show!

    Max Blair after winning the most recent Super Late Model feature at Raceway 7!
    Max Blair after winning the most recent Super Late Model feature at Raceway 7!

     

     

    Conneaut, OH (July 27, 2016): Super Late Models were long a mainstay of racing at Raceway 7, being the featured class when the track opened 46 years ago. Sunday night the 800 horsepower ground-pounders will return to the storied track with a 25-lap feature paying $1500 to the winner. With nearby Eriez Speedway running a special Friday night show the decision was made to give the area Super Late Models a place to race Sunday and not hold an event Friday. All five regular classes will be in action and points will be awarded. In addition to the Super Late Models, the Penn-Ohio Pro Stock Series also will race, with $500 the first place purse. However, if the winner is a registered Penn-Ohio member, the organization will pay a $500 bonus to the winning driver.

    The Blair’s, Rob (the final points champion in the class) and Max, the most recent Super Late Model victor at Raceway 7), are expected to be in the field as well as Dave Hess Jr, who also has a rich history at the track. Darrel Bossard will likely have his Super Late Model racer at the track along with his CARS Crate Late Model entry. Local star Breyton Santee, a CARS Crate Late Model regular, should also be among the racers vying for the win.

    In the Penn-Ohio Pro Stock Series will run twenty laps with 2015 winner Rusty Martz expected to lead the charge. Martz is currently tied for ninth in the standings with his best finish in ’16 a third. Points leader Chris Schneider is a slim four points ahead of Brian Rhed but has not yet won a feature this season. Rob Shook, Todd Weldon and Nathan Smith have wins. Locally, Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Stock pending night winner Rob Bates holds a huge 125-point lead over Shawn Fawcett with Chris McGuire a further 122 points back. Both Fawcett, the defending champion, and McGuire have scored wins this summer as have Leigh Wheeler and Jimmy Kennerknecht.

    Dennis Lunger holds the Evergreen Lake Park Campground CARS Crate Late Model points lead over Darrell Bossard by a slim eight points with former champion Kyle Zimmerman third. All three have feature victories this season as does fourth-running Wendall Pinckney and former champion Chad Wright.

    Dennis Lunger won his first Bonnell Collision Center E-Mod feature last Friday and now sits second opinion points to many-time champion and seven time 2016 winner Joel Watson by 103 markers. Troy Johnson not yet a winner this season, is third, another 25 points back of Lunger. Mike Potosky and Mike Kinney are the other winners this season.

    Steve Haefke leads the Bonnell’s Auto Sales Economods, but only by 15-points over defending champion Rick Prosser, also a winner this summer. Eric Reinwald, with a win this year, is third, another 102 points back. Young Tyler Frankenberry and former champion Josh Ferry also have wins.

    Jason Easler has dominated the McDonalds Sand & Gravel Mini Stock features this summer, winning seven times and leading the points by 79 over Hoyt Mihalak, shut out of Victory Lane this summer. Third is the two-time former champion Bud Sergeff. Besides Easler, Sergeff, Andy Proper, and defending champion Brad Cole have been victorious in feature competition.

    Weather permitting, gates open every Friday at 5:30 PM with pill draw cut off at 7 PM and racing at 7:30 PM. VIP suites are available for rental for $250 a night which includes eight general admissions passes. Admission for this special event is set for $15 for adults, kids 7-14 are $5. Children 6 and under are always free. Pit passes are $25. For more information please visit www.raceway7.com or call the track on race day after 12 noon at 440-594-2222.



  • Featured ImageLunger gets first E-Mod win at Raceway 7, Wright returns to Victory Lane!

    Frankenberry, McGuire, and Cole add to win records!

     

    IMG_7118Conneaut, OH (June 3, 2016): The sun was exceptionally hot, as it has been most of the summer, and the racing matched as all five classes raced with Dennis Lunger collecting his first Bonnell’s Collision Center E-Mod feature win while Chad Wright, the 2015 champion,  returned to the Evergreen Lake Park Campground CARS Crate Late Model Victory Lane in only his second appearance this summer. Young Tyler Frankenberry collected his second Bonnell’s Auto Group Economods feature win while Chris McGuire went to the Winner’s Circle for the fourth time this season. Defending champion Brad Cole made his second trip to Victory Lane this summer.

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    Chris McGuire, a three-time winner going into the feature, was on the pole and Bob Schwartzmiller, in his first Raceway 7 start this summer, was on the outside for the start of the Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Stock feature that had its first caution on lap one when Jamie Duncan spun on the back straight on lap one, causing a complete restart. McGuire grabbed the immediate lead with defending champion Shawn Fawcett, a two time winner coming to second. With three complete Schwartzmiller lost power and slowed to a stop on the front straight slowing the race the second time. At five complete Garrett Calvert slowed on the front stretch slowing the race again. After this green points leader Rob Bates came to second. At halfway it was McGuire, Bates, Fawcett, Don McGuire, and Jamie Duncan. McGuire then began stretching his lead as Fawcett headed pitside with apparent mechanical ails, with  Chris Hochschild now assuming fifth. At the finish it was McGuire for his fourth win of the season over Bates, Don McGuire, Hochschild, and Dave Snyder.

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    George Vestal and Tyler Frankenberry brought the Bonnell’s Auto Sales Economods to the green flag with Frankenberry leading the way to the yellow at the end of lap one as Mitch Wright spun in turn two. Frankenberry again led after green with defending champion Rick Prosser coming to second. At three complete Vestal spun in turn four but kept going, keeping the race under green. At five laps points leader Steve Haefke was up to fourth with Chuck Steinle Sr fifth. At halfway Frankenberry led Prosser, Reinwald, Haefke, and Steinle. With five to go Frankenberry had stretched his lead to half a straight over Prosser, then began lapping back-markers with twelve complete, just as caution flew for Haley Lapcevich and Jim Van Cise, both spun in turn one. Van Cise spun again in turn one on the first lap of green, again slowing the event. After green Haefke got by Reinwald but Reinwald had regained the spot at lap thirteen. As the cars were coming to the line at the end of fourteen Reinwald and Prosser got together with both spinning. Frankenberry, with Haefke now second, brought the field back to green but Gary Olson looped his mount in turn one, again slowing the race with two to go. Haefke got next to Frankenberry at the white flag but the young star went on to the win, his second of the summer with Haefke second, Chuck Steinle Sr third. Jace Ferringer was fourth with Kevin Sergeff fifth.

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    Two time former champion Bud Sergeff and Pat Drennan brought the nineteen car McDonalds Sand and Gravel Mini Stock feature to green with points leader and seven time winner this season, Jason Easler, starting twelfth. At the drop of the green Zach Downes got turned into the wall with Emily Stoyer and Easler getting involved as well. All were able to continue. A complete restart had Sergeff grabbing the lead at the drop of the green with Drennan second and Kyle Adkins third after starting sixth. At the end of three it was Sergeff, Drennan, Adkins, defending champion Brad Cole, and Hoyt Mihalak. Adkins came to second at five complete with Cole third at halfway. Emily Stoyer got into the wall on the front straight at six complete, bunching the field for the restart.  Cole came to second in turn one after green and pulled even with the leader through turn four, then pulling ahead at the line. On lap eight it was three wide for second with Sergeff hanging on at the end of the lap. Easler was next to Sergeff at the end of nine but again it was three wide at the two lap signal. Cole led the way to his second win of the season over Adkins with Easler third, Bud Sergeff fourth, and Mihalak fifth.

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    Darrell Bossard and Chad Wright brought the Evergreen Lake Park Campground CARS Crate Late Models to green with Wright leading the way after one lap. Wright, in only his second appearance of the year at Raceway 7 led through the fist caution, at lap six, brought out for a spin by Mike Swansiger in turn four. After the race resumed it was Wright leading Kyle Zimmerman, Dave Airgood, Dennis Lunger, and Bossard at seven complete then Lunger coming by Airgood for third, then by Zimmerman at the halfway point. Caution flew again at eleven complete with Breyton Santee spun in turn two. Wright brought the field back to green and Lunger quickly came to second with Zimmerman third, then Airgood and Bossard. At the five lap to go mark Hunter Hulley spun high in turn four with Brandon Porter also spinning low, setting up a single file restart. Wright led the way, lengthening his lead over Lunger to the checkers. Zimmerman wound up third with Airgood fourth and Bossard fifth. With his second place finish, Lunger, the 2009 champion, will unofficially take over the points lead.

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    Chuck Steinle Jr and Josh McDonald started the Bonnell’s Service Center E-Mod feature on the front row with seven time winner and current points leader Joel Watson starting sixth. Steinle Jr grabbed the lead at green with Lunger and Josh McDonald fighting over second as Paul Schreckengost, Kirk Bradley, and Mike Kinney got together, spinning in turn four as lap two was completed. Schreckengost retired pitside but Bradley and Kinney were able to continue. At five complete it was Steinle leading Lunger by a bumper with Josh McDonald third, Dan Davies fourth, and Watson fifth. Lunger was in the lead at the end of six with Davies to second at eight complete. On lap nine McDonald and Watson got together in turn four, spinning both of them. For the green it was Lunger, Steinle, Davies, Troy Johnson, and Ken Zimmer. At halfway it was Lunger, Davies, Steinle, Johnson, and Zimmer. Johnson was third at eleven complete and Zimmer fourth at twelve. With five to go Davies was  pulling alongside Lunger at the stripe but Lunger was back in front a lap later. Watson was back up to fifth at seventeen complete, then with two to go, Davies slowed to a halt, smoke trailing from his car. Lunger went on to his first E-Mod win over Johnson by well over a quarter lap with Watson back up to third, Zimmer fourth, and Steinle Jr fifth.

     

    Evergreen Lake Park Campground CARS Crate Late Models:

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    Heat 1: Dennis Lunger, Kyle Zimmerman, Darrell Bossard, Chris Withers, Mike Swansiger, Brandon Porter, Ed Bolyard, William Pinckney

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    Heat 2: Chad Wright, Breyton Santee, Wendall Pinckney, Dave Airgood, Khole Wanzer, Clay Ruffo, Alex Anderson, Hunter Hulley

    Feature: Chad Wright, Dennis Lunger, Kyle Zimmerman, Dave Airgood, Darrell Bossard, Chris Withers, Wendall Pinckney, Breyton Santee, Khole Wanzer, William Pinckney, Clay Ruffo, EdBolyard, Alex Anderson, Mike Swansiger, Brandon Porter, Hunter Hulley

     

    Bonnell Collision Service E-Mods:

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    Heat 1: Josh McDonald, Troy Johnson, Dan Davies, Kirk Bradley, Ken Zimmer, Dan McDonald, Bill Taylor

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    Heat 2: Dennis Lunger, Dan McDonald, Joel Watson, Jesse Gould, Paul Schreckengost, Mike Kinney

    Feature: Dennis Lunger, Troy Johnson, Joel Watson, Ken Zimmer, Chuck Steinle Jr, Dan McDonald, Jesse Gould, Mike Kinney, Kirk Bradley, Josh McDonald, Bill Taylor, Dan Davies, Paul Schreckengost

     

    Bonnell’s Auto Group Economods:

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    Heat 1: Rick Prosser, Eric Reinwald, Steve Haefke, Mitch Wright, Chuck Steinle Sr, Haley Lapcevich, Gary Olson , Kyle Reinwald

    Heat 2: Tyler Frankenberry, Jace Ferringer, Jim Van Cise, George Vestal, Kevin Sergeff, Gary Murphy, Jim Muma, Ashley Rogers

    Feature: Tyler Frankenberry, Steve Haefke, Chuck Steinle Sr, Jace Ferringer, Kevin Sergeff, Mitch Wright, George Vestal, Eric Reinwald, Rick Prosser, Gary Murphy, Jim Van Cise, Gary Olson, Jim Muma, Ashley Rogers, Haley Lapcevich, Kyle Reinwald

     

    Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Stocks:

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    Heat 1: Don McGuire, Shawn Fawcett, Chris McGuire, Mark Sanders, Dave Snyder, Garrett Calvert

    IMG_6712Heat 2: Rob Bates, Bob Schwartzmiller, Jamie Duncan, Ken Lamp Jr, Chris Hochschild, Tony Bruno

    Feature: Chris McGuire, Rob Bates, Don McGuire, Chris Hochschild, Dave Snyder, Tony Bruno, Ken Lamp Jr, Jamie Duncan, Shawn Fawcett, Garrett Calvert, Mark Sanders, Bob Schwartzmiller

     

    McDonald’s Sand and Gravel Mini Stocks:

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    Heat 1: Brad Cole, Mary Hammond, Cale Sousa, Logan Keney, Emily Stoyer,  Tyler Barr, Alexis Vogt

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    Heat 2: Bud Sergeff, Pat Drennan, Derrick Tuttle, Alex Forbes, Jessie Harvey, Scott Gill

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    Heat 3: Jason Easler, Hoyt Mihalak, Kyle Adkins, Zach Downes, ZoeyGill, Corey Wick

    Feature: Brad Cole, Kyle Adkins, Jason Easler, Bud Sergeff, Hoyt Mihalak, Cale Souza, Pat Drennan, Derrick Tuttle, Logan Keney, Mary Hammond, Jessie Harvey, Zoey Gill, Corey Wick, Alex Forbes, Emily Stoyer, Scott Gill, Zack Downes, Tyler Barr, Alexis Vogt

     

     



  • Five Star Show this week at Raceway 7!

    Conneaut, OH (July 20, 2016): All classes will race regular features Friday with point races nearing then end.

    The Evergreen Lake Park Campground CARS Crate Late Models are having a very competitive season with Darrell Bossard holding a slim 13 point lead over former champion Dennis Lunger. Kyle Zimmerman, also a former track champ, is third, another 64 markers back.

    Former champion Joel Watson has a very secure lead on 123 points over Dennis Lunger in Bonnell Collision Center E-Mod competition. Lunger has a tenuous 15 point advantage over third-running Troy Johnson.

    The Bonnell Auto Sales Economods point chase is the closest with a narrow four markers separating first place and defending champion Rick Prosser. Eric Reinwald is another 99 points back in third.

    Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Stocks leader Rob Bates has a fairly secure lead of 99 points over Shawn Fawcett with Chris McGuire another 142 points back. Only 75 points can be gained in a race night.

    Jason Easler has dominated the McDonalds Sand & Gravel Mini Stocks this season and holds a wide 68 point lead over Hoyt Mihalak with two time former champion Bud Sergeff third, 104 points behind Mihalak.

    Weather permitting, gates open every Friday at 5:30 PM with pill draw cut off at 7 PM and racing at 7:30 PM. VIP suites are available for rental for $250 a night which includes eight general admissions passes. Admission is set for $10 for adults for regular events, kids 7-14 are $5. Children 6 and under are free. Pit passes are $25. For more information please visit www.raceway7.com or call the track on race day after 12 noon at 440-594-2222.



  • Josh Ferry wins wild Economod special!  

    Conneaut, OH (June 3, 2016): The tenth night of racing for the Raceway 7 2016 season was warm with hot racing in all divisions. The main attraction of the night was a twenty-lap, $500 to win grind for the Bonnell’s Auto Sales Economods. Twelve laps into the race eighth-starting Josh Ferry took over at the front and went on to his first win of the season. Darrell Bossard picked up his third win of the season in the Evergreen Lake Park Campground RUSH Crate Late Models in his quest for track championship, maintaining his tenuous thirteen point margin over former champion Dennis Lunger. Joel Watson stretched out his lead in the Bonnell’s Collision Center E-Mod championship with his seventh win of the season. Pat McGuire, driving Chris McGuire’s car for the second time this season, led the distance for his first win of the season in the Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Stock main event while in the McDonald’s Sand & Gravel Mini Stocks, Jason Easler continued to dominate, scoring his seventh triumph of the season.

     

    The Bonnell’s Auto Sales Economods were in the spotlight for the tenth event of the 2016 season with a twenty lap feature paying $500 to win. Zack Myers and Brandon Blackshear brought the 21-car field to green with Blackshear grabbing the immediate lead and defending champion Rick Prosser coming to second at the end of lap two then starting to close the gap just as George Vestal spun in turn one, bringing yellow over the field. Blackshear brought the race back to green with Prosser second but yellow again flew after only one lap was complete when Devin Henry spun in turn one. Turn two proved to be the problem on the restart as Jim Muma and Haley Lapcevich spun into the outside barrier again slowing the race under yellow. On the restart the fourth caution in five laps occurred when Myers spun in front of Prosser with Myers coming to a stop. Geoff Conn wound up in the front straight wall with five complete. Blackshear again led after green with Josh Ferry and Prosser locked in a torrid battle for second. At halfway it was Blackshear leading Ferry, Prosser, Eric Reinwald, and Tyler Frankenberry. Ferry took over at the front on lap twelve and immediately began opening a lead with Prosser second at lap thirteen. Jim Muma spun at turn three on lap fourteen, putting the race back under yellow. With eighteen cars still running Ferry brought the field back to green but the race was slowed again when Mitch Wright spun in turn four on lap fifteen. At this point Frankenberry was battling Blackshear for third, holding the spot a lap later. With the two lap signal over the race Gary Murphy spun in turn four. For the single file restart for the two-lap dash for the $500 it was Ferry leading Prosser, Frankenberry, Blackshear, and Eric Reinwald. The restart was called back as Frankenberry and Blackshear were charged with “jumping” the start and penalized two spots for the restart. The new order was Ferry, Prosser, Reinwald, Zack Myers, and Frankenberry. Ferry went on to his first win of the season over Prosser with Reinwald third, Frankenberry back up to fourth and Blackshear up to fifth.

     

    The McDonalds Sand & Gravel mighty minis were up next with Bud Sergeff and Joe Keney leading the way. Sergeff led from the green with Hoyt Mihalak second after two laps and twelfth starting Jason Easler third at the end of three laps. Debris in turn two, a rear bumper from Alexis Vogt’s car, brought the caution with five complete. Easler immediately came to second by turn two after the restart and was next to the leader at the end of lap six. The leaders got together in turn three on lap seven but straightened out and kept going. Easler powered by Sergeff for the lead with nine complete, going on to his seventh win of the season. Sergeff wound up second with Mihalak third. Logan Keney was fourth with Kyle Adkins fifth.

     

    Wendall Pinckney, a winner earlier this season, and Darrell Bossard, also a winner and the current points leader, brought the Evergreen Lake Park Campground RUSH Crate Late Models to green with Ed Bolyard immediately putting the race under caution, spinning on the very first turn. When the race got underway it was Bossard leading with Dennis Lunger and Pinckney side by side at the end of two for second when Mike Swansiger spun in turn three slowing the race again. Bossard, a two time winner, including the most recent event two weeks ago, brought the field back to green with Lunger and Pinckney still side by side right behind. After one more lap when yellow flew again, this time for Hunter Hulley, it was Lunger solidly in second with 2015 champion Chad Wright, running his first race of the season at Raceway 7, up to third, Pinckney now fourth, and former champion Kyle Zimmerman fifth. At five laps complete Lunger was challenging for the lead, both drivers jousting for their third season win. By halfway Bossard was starting to pull away with Zimmerman now trying to wrest third from Wright, to no avail. Hulley spun again, this time in turn two as the leaders were putting him a lap down. The field was able to avoid him but the race was again under caution. For green it was Bossard, Lunger, Wright, Zimmerman, and Dave Airgood. Wright came around the outside of Lunger on the green but only one lap was in the books when fourth-running Zimmerman came to a halt in turn four, again slowing the race. On this green Lunger had the preferred lane and got back second from Wright, then was just ahead of Bossard at the end of sixteen laps. Bossard wasn’t done though and came roaring back to the lead at the two laps left mark while Wright experienced mechanical ails and pulled to the infield. Bossard went on to his third win of the season with Lunger second, Airgood third, Pinckney fourth, and Chris Withers fifth.

     

    Troy Johnson and Josh McDonald started the Bonnell Collision Center E-Mod feature from the front row with Johnson leading the way and Joel Watson second by the end of one lap. At five laps in Johnson was maintaining a five length lead over Watson, a former champion and six time winner this summer at Raceway 7. At nine laps in Watson had closed to Johnson’s rear number and was leading at the halfway point.  Watson went on to his seventh win of the 2016 feature with Johnson second, Josh McDonald third, Dennis Lunger fourth, and Mike Kinney fifth in the all-green feature.

     

    The final event of the evening was the Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Socks with Dave Snyder and Pat McGuire starting from the front row. McGuire led the way from the drop of the green with Don McGuire, Pat’s brother, running second. At one lap prior to halfway Mark Sanders came to a halt in turn four, putting the race under caution. At halfway it was Pat McGuire leading Garrett Calvert, Don McGuire, Chris Hochschild, and Dave Snyder. Hochschild got by Don McGuire for third at twelve compete just as Dennis Clark spun in turn four for the final caution flag of the night. In the waning laps Hochschild got to second with Calvert third, Don McGuire fourth, and Dave Snyder fifth.

     

    Evergreen Lake Park Campground CARS Crate Late Models:

    Heat 1: Dennis Lunger, Kyle Zimmerman, Wendall Pinckney, Dave Airgood, Khole Wanzer, William Pinckney, Alex Anderson, Corey Ruffo

    Heat 2: Chris Withers, Darrell Bossard, Chad Wright, Hunter Hulley, Ed Bolyard, Mike Swansiger, Brandon Porter

    Feature: Darrell Bossard, Dennis Lunger, Dave Airgood, Wendall Pinckney, Chris Withers, Khole Wanzer, Mike Swansiger, William Pinckney, Brandon Porter, Hunter Hulley, Chad Wright, Corey Ruffo, Kyle Zimmerman, Alex Anderson, Ed Bolyard

     

    Bonnell Collision Service E-Mods:

    Heat 1: Joel Watson, Troy Johnson, Dan McDonald, Howard Fraley, Bill Taylor

    Heat 2: Dennis Lunger, Josh McDonald, Mike Kinney, Jesse Gould, Chuck Steinle Jr

    Feature: Joel Watson, Troy Johnson, Josh McDonald, Dennis Lunger, Mike Kinney, Jesse Gould, Dan McDonald, Bill Taylor, Chuck Steinle Jr, Howard Fraley

     

    Bonnell’s Auto Group Economods:

    Heat 1: Tyler Frankenberry, Steve Haefke, Rick Prosser Josh Ferry, Devin Henry, Gary Murphy, Geoff Conn, Ashley Rogers

    Heat 2: Mike Harmon, Zach Myers, Kyle Reinwald, Dennis Dellinger, Jim Muma, Jason Longwell, Gary Olsen

    Heat 3: Eric Reinwald, Brandon Blackshear, Chuck Steinle Sr, Mitchell Wright, George Vestal, Kevin Sergeff, Haley Lapcevich

    Feature: Josh Ferry, Rick Prosser, Eric Reinwald, Tyler Frankenberry, Brandon Blackshear, Zack Myers, George Vestal, Chuck Steinle Sr, Mitchell Wright, Mike Harmon, Haley Lapcevich, Jim amuma, Gary Murphy, Kevin Sergeff, Steve Haefke, Ashley Rigers, Gary Olsen, Geoff Conn, Jason Longwell, Devin Henry, Dennis Dellinger, Kyle Reinwald (DNS)

     

    Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Stocks:

    Heat 1: Rob Bates, Mark Sanders, Kenny Lamp, Chris Hochschild, Dennis Clark, Jamie Duncan, John Bailey

    Heat 2: Don McGuire, Pat McGuire, David Snyder, Garrett Calvert, Tony Spaghetti, Shawn Fawcett

    Feature: Pat McGuire, Chris Hochschild, Garrett Calvert, Don McGuire, Dave Snyder, Rob Bates, Jamie Duncan, Ken Lamp Jr, Dennis Clark, Mark Sanders, John Bailey (DNS), Tony Bruno (DNS), Shawn Fawcett (DNS)

     

    McDonald’s Sand and Gravel Mini Stocks:

    Heat 1: Bud Sergeff, Mary Hammond, Logan Keney, Aris Charnas, Alexis Vogt, Emily Stoyer, Kyle Adkins

    Heat 2: Hoyt Mihalak, Jason Easler, John Sousa, Alex Forbes, Tyler Barr, Corey Wick, Jessie Harvey, Pat Drennan (DNS)

    Feature: Jason Easler, Bud Sergeff, Hoyt Mihalak, Logan Keney, Kyle Adkins, Pat Drennan, John Sousa, Aris Charnas, Mary Hammond, Tyler Barr, Corey Wick, Alex Forbes, Jessie Harvey, Alexis Vogt, Emily Stoyer

     

     



  • Economods race for extra laps and purse this Friday, July 15!

    Conneaut, OH (July 12, 2016): The Bonnell’s Auto Group Economods will be featured this Friday in a special paying $500 to win special. Steve Haefke, with five wins, leads defending champion Rick Prosser, a two-time winner, by 29-points. Single winner Eric Reinwald is third another 104-points back. Mike Harmon and Kevin Sergeff are fourth and fifth. Tyler Frankenberry collected his sole win of the season on May 27th. With extra cash and extra laps on the agenda, every driver in the field will be anxious for the win and bragging rights to the biggest race of their year. The Economods have had some full fields this season, the extra money out to ensure extra cars vying for it.

    With the rain dampening the area last week, this Friday will be free admission for kids in uniforms. All kids arriving at the raceway wearing a uniform, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts, Brownies, Little League, or other kid’s sports team will be admitted free of charge.

    The hottest time of the year is July and the racing really heats up with the second half of the season now in full swing with the points battles really heating up. Darrell Bossard leads the Evergreen Lake a park Campground Crate Late Model championship standings by only thirteen points over Dennis Lunger, the 2009 champion. Bossard and Lunger each have two wins on the season, with last week belonging to the Centerville, PA native, Bossard. Kyle Zimmerman, also a former champion, has four wins but is third, another 31 markers behind Lunger. Wendall Pinckney is the other winner this season and is currently fourth with Chris Withers filling out the top five.

    Joe, Watson is dominating the Bonnell’s Collision Center E-Mod standings, winning six features of the non contested. As a result, Watson, a many time champion, leads Dennis Lunger, still winless in the division, by a massive 110-point margin. Troy Johnson, also winless, is another eighteen markers behind Lunger. Defending champion Percy McDonald, probably out of competition for the remainder of the year due to a work-related injury, is fourth, another 94-points behind Johnson. Dan McDonald is fifth. Mike Potosky has two wins and Mike Kinney has been to Victory Lane once.

    Opening night winner Rob Bates, a repeat winner June 17th, leads the Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Stock chase by 51 markers over defending champion Shawn Fawcett, a two-time winner. Three-time winner Chris McGuire is third, another 135-points back with Mark Sanders and Jimmy Kennerknecht filling out the top top. Kennerknecht and Leigh Wheeler each have a feature win.

    Jason Easler has dominated the McDonalds Sand & Grave Mini Stocks this season winning six features so far, including the las three in a row! With that record Easler enjoys a 63-point edge over Hoyt Mihalak, not yet a visitor to Victory Lane this summer. Former champion Bud Sergeff is third, another 109 points back with a win May 20th. Kyle Adkins, not yet a winner, but a threat every week, is fourth, just fifteen points back of Sergeff. Defending champion Brad Cole is currently fifth with one win (June 10 special). The other 2016 winner was Andy Proper, who won on June 3.

    Weather permitting, gates open every Friday at 5:30 PM with pill draw cut off at 7 PM and racing at 7:30 PM. VIP suites are available for rental for $250 a night which includes eight general admissions passes. Admission is set for $10 for adults for regular events, kids 7-14 are $5. Children 6 and under are free. Pit passes are $25. For more information please visit www.raceway7.com or call the track on race day after 12 noon at 440-594-2222.



  • Raceway 7 suffers first rainout of 2016 July 8!

    Conneaut, OH (July 8, 2016): With torrential rains hitting Raceway 7 was forced to cancel racing tonight. With much of the raceway and grounds under water this will be the first regular racenight washed out this season. The only other cancellation was one of the practice nights in April.

    The scheduled “Kids Uniform Night” will be made up at a date yet to be decided.



  • Rudolph wins Big Block Modified tilt!

    Conneaut, OH (July 1, 2016): Independence Day was celebrated at Raceway 7 Friday night with fireworks by Gibson, the BRP Modified Tour, and all five regular classes. Twenty-three of the ground-pounding bog block modifieds signed in headed by defending race winner Dave Murdick, defending champion Rex King Sr, and current points leader Erick Rudolph, who went on to win the event after strong challenges from Jeremiah Shingledecker. In regular action Darrell Bossard led the Evergreen Lake Park Campground CARS Crate Late Model distance for his second win of 2016. Mike Potosky also collected his second season win in the Bonnell Collision Center E-Mods, taking over the front spot at lap six, Chris McGuire collected his third Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Stock win of the year. For Steve Haefke it was win number five on the season in Bonnell Auto Sales Exonomod action and Jason Easler continued his dominance in the McDonalds Sand & Gravel Mini Stocks, winning his sixth of the season in nine events.

    The Evergreen Lake Park Campgrounds CARS Crate Late Model feature started Travis Martineau and Darrell Bossard on the front row with Bossard immediately coming to the front and Dennis Lunger coming to second at the end of one lap. At the end of two it was Wendell Pinckney third and last week’s winner Kyle Zimmerman fourth. With two complete Ed Bolyard and Hunter Hulley spun in turn one, putting the race under caution for the first time. At five complete Chris Withers was fourth, the only car in the top five still looking for a win. Hulley spun again at six laps, again bunching the field. On the back straight after green Hulley, Brandon Porter, Travis Martineau, and Alex Anderson crashed hard, bringing red over the event. Hulley was sent pitside for being in three cautions with Porter, Martineau, and Anderson all unable to continue. Bossard again led back to green with Lunger, Pinckney, Zimmerman, and Withers following. Pinckney made several attempts to get by Lunger, drawing alongside at times, but unable to complete the pass, although making a gallant effort. It was Bossard’s second win of the season.

    The Bonnell Collision Center E-Mods were brought to green by Troy Johnson and Dennis Lunger, both looking for their first wins of the season. Lunger led lap one with Mike Potosky coming to second. By three laps in, six-time winner Joel Watson was third. At five laps in Potosky nosed ahead at the stripe by a bumper and was leading at six complete. Potosky them lengthened his lead, looking for his second win of the season. At nine laps in Watson was second. The halfway point had the order Potosky, Watson, Lunger, Matt Lux, and pole-sitter Johnson. Jesse Gould spun in turn one at twelve laps complete, erasing Potosky’s nearly one second lead with eight laps left. Potosky shot out to a five length lead at the green with Watson, Lunger, Lux, and Johnson following. Potosky continued to stretch his lead until two laps left when Lux and Lunger got together in turn four slowing the event again. Potosky again led with Watson, Johnson, Mike Kinney, and Dan McDonald filling out the top five. That was the order at the finish with Potosky gaining his second win of the season.

    Shannon Whaley and points leader Erick Rudolph brought the BRP Modified Tour to green but the field was only to turn two when Shawn Fleeger’s car erupted in a cloud of smoke, causing a complete restart. Rudolph was the leader at the end of lap one with Whaley second. Brad Rapp was third with Kevin Boland fourth and Mark Flick fifth. For the double file restart Rudolph chose the high line with Whaley inside. Boland immediately came to third and then took over the runner-up spot at turn three. At ten complete it was Rudolph, Boland, Whaley, Rapp, and Flick. The leaders started lapping the back markers at twelve complete. J R McGinley spun in turn one on lap eighteen right in front of the leaders, collecting second-running Kevin Boland and three other competitors. Boland needed to be towed from the scene. For the restart it was Rudolph, Rapp, Whaley, Flick, and Dave Murdick. Rudolph again chose the high line for the restart, this time with Rapp inside. Rudolph shot out to the lead again with Jeremiah Shingledecker coming to third at nineteen complete from his eleventh starting spot just as caution flew for Skip Moore, slow on the track in turn four trying to pit. At twenty complete Eric Gabany slid high in turn three coming to a halt and again slowing the race under caution. Mark Flick was now second with Rapp third, and Shingledecker fourth. Whaley was now back to fifth. Shingledecker was second one lap past green with Garrett Krummert up to third. With ten to go Shingledecker was right on the leader’s rear bumper and drew even at the end of the back straight, then ahead but Rudolph’s lead was restored when caution again appeared for an eight car pileup before the leaders got to the end of the lap. For the green with eight laps left it was Rudolph, Shingledecker, Krummert, Flick, and Rapp. Dave Murdick, the winner in the last two appearances of the tour at Raceway 7, was seventh at this point, behind Rex King Jr. With five to go Singledecker was all over the leader and pulled alongside with two left. On the final lap Singledecker tried in turn one but Rudolph pulled away on the back chute and on to the win. Krummert was third at the stripe with Rapp fourth, and Murdick fifth.

    Joe Stajnragh and two time winner Chris McGuire brought the Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Stocks to green with McGuire taking the immediate lead and Rob Bates, also a two time winner, coming to second. At the time of the first caution at lap three for the spun car of David Snyder, the top five were McGuire, Bates, Stajnragh, defending champion and two time winner, Shawn Fawcett, and Mark Sanders. Sanders came to fourth at five laps in but Stajnragh fought back and was alongside at lap six. At seven in , Sanders was solidly in the spot then Stajnragh roared back to the position at nine complete. At ten laps McGuire was into lapped traffic but continued to build his lead. At the finish it was McGuire attaining his third win of the year over points leader Bates, defending champion Fawcett, Stajnragh, and Chris Myers, with a late race charge.

    Eric Reinwald and Zack Myers got the Bonnell’s Auto Sales Economod feature underway with Reinwald leading the way until spinning In turn four, collecting Devon Henry in the process. Zack Myers and Dennis Dellinger brought the field back to green but Henry slid into the turn one wall, stopping the race under red. For failing to stop on the red flag Myers was sent to the rear. Defending champion Rick Prosser and Dellinger brought the race to green with Steve Haefke coming to second then alongside the leader at the end of one. Mitch Wright spun in turn two before another lap was in the books with Prosser, Haefke, Dellinger, Gary Miller, and Mike Harmon the top five. Haefke, trying for his fifth win on the season came by for the lead at the end of two laps. Dellinger was second at the end of three. Zack Myers spun in turn two at three laps complete. With only one more green flag lap complete Jace Ferringer looped his mount in turn one. For the next try at getting the race going it was Haefke, Dellinger, Prosser, Miller, and Gary Olson, all the way from eighteenth on the grid. At seven laps in, Olson’s great run was slowed by spinning in turn two, yet again slowing the race. Wright spun on turn one after green, collecting Olson. At halfway it was Haefke, Dellinger, Mike Harmon, Prosser, and Zack Myers. Olson again spun in turn four with five left, his third caution, sending him to the pit. Haefke went on to his fifth win of the season and third in a row over Dellinger, Harmon, Zack Myers, and Prosser.

    The McDonalds Sand & Gravel Mini Stocks had Bud Sergeff and Mike Barr on the front row with former champion Sergeff leading the way after one lap. With three laps in Isaac Paden got into the turn four wall, then Kyle Adkins slapped the wall on the front straight. Seven cars crashed hard on the back straight with five complete, bringing red out. Involved cars included Derrick Tuttle, Jessica Harvey, Mike Barr, Emily Stoyer, Alex Forbes, Isaac Paden, and Zoey Gill. Only five cars were left to complete the remaining seven laps with current points leader Jason Easler and former champion Bud Sergeff even at the end of six laps but Sergeff was leading at the end of seven. Easler came back to the lead at eight complete with defending champion Brad Cole up to second. At the checkers it was Easler for his sixth win of the season over Cole, Sergeff, Hoyt Mihalak, and Jessica Harvey.

    BRP Big Block Modifieds:
    Heat 1: Dave Murdick. Rex King Sr, Mark Frankhouser, Tom Glenn, Skip Moore, Eric Beggs, Kevin Hoffman, Shawn Kozar
    Heat 2: Rex King Jr, Kevin Boland, Jeremiah Shingledecker, Shannon Whaley, Rick Regalski, Eric Gabeny, Tommy Mattocks, Garrett Krummert
    Heat 3: Shayne Pierce, Erick Rudolph, Mark Flick, Brad Rapp, Rodney Beltz, JR McGinley, Shawn Fleeger
    Feature: Erick Rudolph, Jeremiah Shingledecker, Garrett Krummert, Brad Rapp, Dave Murdick, Mark Flick, Rex King Jr, Shayne Pierce, Kevin Hoffman, Shannon Whaley, Eric Gabany, Tom Mattlocks, Rick Regalski Jr, Rex King Sr, Rodney Beltz, Mark Frankhouser, Shawn Kozar, Tom Glenn, Skip Moore, JR McGinley, Kevin Bolland, Eric Beggs, Shawn Fleeger

    Evergreen Lake Park Campground CARS Crate Late Models:
    Heat 1: Kyle Zimmerman, Darrell Bossard, Chris Withers, Khole Wanzer, Ed Bolyard, Hunter Hulley
    Heat 2: Dennis Lunger Jr, Wendall Pinckney, Travis Martineau, Alex Anderson, William Pinckney, Brandon Porter
    Feature: Darrell Bossard, Dennis Lunger Jr, Wendall Pinckney, Kyle Zimmerman, Chris Withers, Khole Wanzer, Ed Bolyard, William Pinckney, Hunter Hulley, Travis Martineau, Alex Anderson, Brandon Porter

    Bonnell Collision Service E-Mods:
    Heat 1: Joel Watson, Mike Potosky, Dan McDonald, Chuck Steinle Jr, Bill Taylor, Jesse Gould
    Heat 2: Dennis Lunger Jr, Troy Johnson, Matt Lux, Mike Kinney, Paul Schreckengost, Josh McDonald
    Feature: Mike Potosky, Joel Watson, Troy Johnson, Mike Kinney, Dan McDonald, Jesse Gould, Josh McDonald, Chuck Steinle Jr,Matt Lux, Paul Schreckengost, Bill Taylor, Dennis Lunger

    Bonnell’s Auto Group Economods:
    Heat 1: Mike Harmon, Rick Prosser, Eric Reinwald, Gary Murphy, Jace Ferringer, Jim Muma, Kevin Sergeff
    Heat 2: Devon Henry, Gary Miller, Steve Haefke, Tyler Frankenberry, Jim Myers, Ashley Rogers, Megan Adams
    Heat 3: Zack Myers, Chuck Steinle Sr, Dennis Dellinger, Mitch Wright, Kyle Reinwald, Gary Olson
    Feature: Steve Haefke, Dennis Dellinger, Mike Harmon, Zack Myers, Rick Prosser, Jace Ferringer, Gary Miller, Kevin Sergeff, Jim Muma, Mitchell Wright, Kyle Reinwald, Megan Adams, Gary Murphy, James Myers, Ashley Rogers, Tyler Frankenberry, Chuck Steinle Sr, Devon Henry, Eric Reinwald, Gary Olsen (DQ)

    Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Stocks:
    Heat 1: Chris McGuire, Chris Hochschild, Joe Strajnragh, Brad Church, Ken Lamp Jr, Tony Spaghetti, David Snyder
    Heat 2: Shawn Fawcett, Mark Sanders, Rob Bates, Chris Myers, Garrett Calvert, Troy Norman
    Feature: Chris McGuire, Rob Bates, Shawn Fawcett, Joe Stajnragh, Mark Sanders, Ken Lamp, David Snyder, Tont Spaghetti, Brad Church, Troy Norman, Garrett Calvert, Chris Myers (DQ)

    McDonald’s Sand and Gravel Mini Stocks:
    Heat 1: Jason Easler, Kyle Adkins, Issac Paden, Alex Forbes, Mary Hammond, Zoey Gill, Emily Stoyer, Scott Gill
    Heat 2: Bud Sergeff, Brad Cole, Mike Barr, Hoyt Mihalak, Derrick Tuttle, Jessica Harvey, Cory Wick, Pat Drennan
    Feature: Jason Easler, Brad Cole, Bud Sergeff, Hoyt Mihalak, Jessica Harvey, Kyle Adkins, Isaac Paden, Alex Forbes, Emily Stoyer, Mike Barr, Derrick Tuttle, Zoey Gill, Pat Drennan, Mary Hammond, Corey Wick, Scott Gill



  • Featured ImageKyle Drum visits Raceway 7 and wins first Patriot Sprint feature since 2005!

    Zimmerman, Kinney, Fawcett, Haefke, and Easler win regular features.

     

    IMG_9476-800Conneaut, OH (June 3, 2016): the racing season hit the halfway point on another beautiful, hot night at Raceway 7 as the thunder of the ground-pounding, fire breathing Patriot Sprint Tour shook the ground with Kyle Drum, in just his second appearance of the season, held off a strong late race charge from four-time series champion, Bryan Howland. In regular racing Kyle Zimmerman dominated the Evergreen Lake Park Campground CARS Crate Late Models to win his fourth feature of the season, Mike Kinney collected his first win of the season after leading flag to flag in the Bonnell’s Collision Center E-Mod finale, defending champion Shawn Fawcett got by Pat McGuire for the win on the final lap of the Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Stock feature, and Steve Haefke took the lead from defending champion Rick Prosser at the halfway point and went on to win his second in a row and fourth on the season. Points leader Jason Easler continued to dominate the McDonalds Sand & Gravel Mini Stocks with his fifth win of the season.

     

    Dennis Lunger and Mike Kinney brought the Bonnell Collision Service E-Mod field to green with points leader Joel Watson starting eleventh. Lunger got “out of shape” in turn two, causing cars to “stack up” behind him. Dan McDonald and Joel Watson retired pitside for repairs with Watson able to rejoin the event. Bill Taylor and Josh McDonald needed towed form the racing surface. Kinney grabbed the lead at the restart with Lunger, who had not stopped during the fracas, second. By five laps in Watson was up to sixth. Watson came into the top five at lap nine and fourth at halfway. The halfway order was Kinney, Lunger, Jacob Eucher, Watson, and Troy Johnson. At fourteen Watson was third and closing the gap to Lunger. Watson got by Lunger for the runner-up spot with two to go but was not able to advance enough to challenge for the win. Kinney went on to the win, his first of the season with Watson second, Lunger third, Eucher fourth, and Johnson fifth.

     

    The Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Stocks were brought to green by Mark Sanders and Pat McGuire with McGuire leading the way at the end of one lap. Jimmy Kennerknecht was third at three laps in with last week’s winner and points leader Rob Bates up to third by six laps complete. Bates came to second at seven laps, with McGuire now five car lengths back at five laps remaining. Bates was closing fast on McGuire at this point and was right on his rear bumper at eleven then started to spin in turn four at twelve laps complete and collecting a “yuke” tire. At one lap to go a spin brought the only yellow of the race with McGuire leading Shawn Fawcett, Kennerknecht, Bates, and Sanders. Fawcett used the inside to get to the lead at the green with one to go and got by McGuire. At the checkers it was Fawcett, McGuire, Kennerknecht, Bates, and Sanders.

     

    Early season winner Jason Barney started the 25-lap A-Main from the pole position with Kyle Drum alongside. Barney drove to the lead, looking for his second win of the season with Drum right behind. Dan Bennett lost power and came to a halt with one lap complete, slowing the field under caution. Points leader Jared Zimbardi came to third on lap two but slid high in four, falling back to fourth. Four cars, including Paul Haback, Tyler Graves, Dave Just, and Scott Just, tangled on turn three with all four coming to rest on the racing surface. After green again flew it was Drum using the top side to lead lap four with Barney alongside. Paul Haback again spun in turn four with five complete, again slowing the field. Drum, leader by half a length at the yellow, brought the field back to green with Justin Barger coming by Barney in lap two. Drum proceeded to build a lead on Barger with Barney third and Dane Lorenc coming to fourth at lap nine. Defending champion Zimbardi was fifth at this point. Bryan Howland got by Zimbardi at the halfway point. With ten to go Drum had a near half straight lead over Barger. Barger then started cutting into Drum’s lead. With five remaining Drum was catching the rear of the field as Barger was narrowing the gap to the lead. With four left Graves lost power on the back straight and came to a halt in turn three without trying to get off the track, slowing the field for the third time and putting Barger right on the leader’s tail. Barger got next to the leader in turn one after green but Drum pulled away again in turn two. Yet another yellow slowed the field with two laps left when Steve Hutchison and Steve Glover spun in turn two. Drum, Barger, and Howland brought the field to the final restart with Barger again trying the low side but Howland coming by for second and challenging for the lead in a last ditch effort. Drum went on to his first win in eleven years over Howland, Justin Barger, Jason Barney, and Dane Lorenc.

     

    Defending champion Rick Prosser and Gary Olson Jr brought the Bonnell Auto Group Economods to green with Prosser building a five length lead by the end of lap one. At three laps in Jim Myers spun in turn four, slowing the field under caution. Prosser, Olson, and Justin Chaddock. Early season winner Tyler Frankenberry was fourth with points leader Steve Haefke fifth. Chaddock came to second at green then broke as the cars completed lap four, coming to a stop in turn one, again bringing caution over the field. The field didn’t make it to green before Mike Harmon, Chuck Steinle Sr, Gary Murphy, and Dennis Dellinger piled up coming to the stripe. With green again flying Prosser pulled away with Haefke coming to second and Frankenberry third. Olson spun in turn two, collecting Kevin Sergeff and again slowing the race. Haefke got next to Prosser at green and was just barely ahead at the end of six. Frankenberry came to second with Prosser third, and Gary Murphy fourth. Jim Myers and Sergeff got together in turn four with Myers now “cautioned out”. Prosser regained second at the green while Haefke opened his lead. Frankenberry regained second over Prosser by a bumper at the end of ten and had sole possession of the spot a lap later. There was no stopping Haefke as he sped to his third win of the season over Frankenberry, Prosser, Murphy, and Kyle Reinwald.

     

    Kyle Adkins and Hoyt Mihalak brought the McDonalds Sand & Gravel Mini Stocks to green with Adkins leading Mihalak at the end of one. Points leader Jason Easler made it three wide in turn four at lap four but Mihalak was the leader at the line. At the end of five laps Easler was leading Mihalak and Adkins with Brian McGarvie fourth and Wes Stull fifth. Easler went on to his fifth win of the season, extending his points lead over Mihalak. The order at the finish was Easler, Mihalak, Adkins, McGarvie, and Stull.

     

    Former champion Kyle Zimmerman and Chris Withers brought the Evergreen Lake Park Campground CARS Crate Late Models to green with Zimmerman leading lap one. Hunter Hulley and Mike Swansiger got together with Swansiger slamming the outside wall hard on the back straight. By three laps complete Wendall Pinckney, last week’s winner, was second but Zimmerman was building a lead. At halfway Zimmerman enjoyed a half straight lead over Pinckney, Withers, Dennis Lunger, and points leader Darrell Bossard. Brandon Porter spun in turn four at twelve complete, slowing the race for the second time. At the green Lunger spun from fourth negating the start. Khole Wanzer was also sent to the rear for his part in the incident. At the next green Withers came back to second. Zimmerman went on to the win with Withers holding on for second, Pinckney third, Bossard fourth, and Breyton Santee winding up fifth.

     

    A-Verdi Storage Containers Patriot Sprint Tour by Bonnell Collision Center:

    Heat 1: Dane Lorenc, Justin Barger, Jared Zimbardi. Steve Glover, Dennis Wagner, Paul Habeck, Pete Richardson, Steven Hutchinson Jr

    Heat 2: Kyle Drum, Bryan Howland, Jason Barney, Dave Just , Joe Trenca, Dan Bennett, Scott Just, Tyler Graves

    PST Evingham Site Excavation Dash 4 Cash: Dave Just, Paul Habeck, Dan Bennett, Scott Just, Pete Richardson, Dennis Wagner

    Feature: Kyle Drum, Bryan Howland, Justin Barger, Dane Lorenc, Joe Trenca, Jared Zimabardi, Paul Haback, Steven Hutchinson Jr, Dennis Wagner, Steve Glover. Tyler Graves, Dave Just, Scott Just, Pete Richardson, Dan Bennett

     

    Evergreen  Lake Park Campground CARS Crate Late Models:

    Heat 1: Dennis Lunger, Kyle Zimmerman, Darrell Bossard, Breyton Santee, Matt Aber, Brandon Porter

    Heat 2: Wendall Pinckney, Chris Withers, Khole Wanzer, Travis Martineau, Lon Emerick, Hunter Hulley, Mike Swansiger, Bruce Hordusky (DNS)

    Feature: Kyle Zimmerman, Chris Withers, Wendall Pinckney, Darrell Bossard, Breyton Santee, Matt Aber, Dennis Lunger, Khole Wanzer, Travis Martineau, Brandon Porter, Lon Emerick, Bruce Hordusky Jr, Alex Anderson, Hunter Hulley, Mike Swansiger

     

    Bonnell Collision Service E-Mods:

    Heat 1: Dennis Lunger, Troy Johnson, Ken Zimmer, Jesse Gould, Paul Schreckengost, Bill Taylor

    Heat 2: Joel Watson, Mike Kinney, Jacob Eucher, Dan McDonald, Josh McDonald

    Feature: Mike Kinney, Joel Watson, Dennis Lunger, Jacob Eucher, Troy Johnson, Ken Zimmer, Jesse Gould, Paul Schreckengost, Dan McDonald, Josh McDonald, Bill Taylor

     

    Bonnell’s Auto Group Economods:

    Heat 1: Steve Haefke, Eric Reinwald, Justin Chaddock, Tyler Frankenberry, Chuck Steinle Sr, Gary Murphy, Dennis Dellinger, Ashley Rogers

    Heat 2: Gary Olson Jr, Rick Prosser, Jim Muma, Kyle Reinwald, Jim Van Cise, Brian Lacey, Mike Harmon

    Feature: Steve Haefke, Tyler Frankenberry, Rick Prosser, Gary Murphy, Kyle Reinwald, Ashley Rogers, Jim Muma, Mike Harmon, Chuck Steinle, Jim Van Cise, James Myers, Kevin Sergeff, Gary Olson, Justin Chaddock, Eric Reinwald, Brian Lacey (DNS)

     

    Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Stocks:

    Heat 1: Don McGuire, Chris McGuire, Lee Patrick, Gary Miller, Jimmy Kennerknecht, Chris Hochschild, Tony Spaghetti, Tony Hyde, Brian Mulichak

    Heat 2: Shawn Fawcett, Jamie Duncan, Mark Sanders, Garrett Calvert, Rob Bates

    Feature: Shawn Fawcett, Pat McGuire, Jimmy Kennerknecht, Rob Bates, Mark Sanders, Don McGuire, Jamie Duncan, Chris Hochschild, Tony Hyde, Garrett Calvert, Ed Bolyard, Tony Spaghetti, Bryan Mulichak, Gary Miller

     

    McDonald’s Sand and Gravel Mini Stocks:

    Heat 1: Jason Easler, Hoyt Mihalak, Kyle Adkins, Zoey Gill, Derrick Tuttle, Jessica Harvey

    Heat 2: Brian McGarvie, Mary Hammond, Wes Stull. Alex Forbes, Tyler Barr, Corey Wick, Justin Boardman

    Feature: Jason Easler, Hoyt Mihalak, Kyle Adkins, Brian McGarvie, Wes Stull, Zoey Gill, Derrick Tuttle, Mary Hammond, Corey Wick, Tyler Barr, Jessica Harvey, Alex Forbes, Justin Boardman (DNS)



  • Featured ImagePinckney gets first-ever Raceway 7 feature win!

    Watson gets sixth of year, Haefke gets third win, Bates wins second, and Easler wins fourth.

     

    Conneaut, OH (June 3, 2016): The annual autograph session at Raceway 7 was a successful event with nearly all cars on the front straight for a session allowing fans to get up close with drivers and team members. Bicycles were given away by three teams and candy, photos, hero cards, and event tee shirts were given away to kids of all ages. On the track Wendall Pinckney finally got toRaceway 7’s  Victory Lane after grabbing the lead by powering around former champion Dennis Lunger on an early race restart. Joel Watson continued his “dream season”, winning his sixth feature in six appearances with the Bonnell’s Collision Center EMods. Steve Haefke went to Victory Lane in the Bonnell’s Auto Sales Economod finale and Rob Bates collected his second Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Stock win. In a wild McDonald’s Sand & Gravel Mini Stock feature Jason Easler leading every lap after starting on the outside front row for his fourth appearance in Victory Lane this season.

    And autograph session with all classes was held on the front straight at intermission.
    An autograph session with all classes was held on the front straight at intermission.

    The first feature of the evening was the Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Stocks with Don McGuire and two-time winner Chris McGuire on the front row. Young Chris McGuire shot out to the lead at green but Brian Mulichak and Garrett Calvert tangled in turn one, negating the start. When green was again shown the younger McGuire again led with Don McGuire second until the end of lap two when points leader Rob Bates came to second then took over at the front when leader Chris McGuire slowed and spun in turn three, then headed pitside under the caution. Fawcett charged up to challenge the leader on the first lap back under green but Bates, the opening night winner, pulled back to the front by the end of the circuit. At lap six Chris Hochschild spun in turn two, slowing the race under yellow. At the halfway point it was Bates leading Fawcett, Don McGuire, Garrett Calvert, and Ken Lamp. Hochschild got back to fifth at the end of eight as Bates and Fawcett were locked in a torrid battle for the lead. Hochschild got back to fourth a lap later with Lamp fifth. On lap fourteen Fawcett got next to the leader but was unable to complete the pass with Bates back in front at the white flag. Bates went on to his second win of the season. After Victory Lane Bates needed towed pitside with apparent rear axel problems.

     

    The Bonnell’s Auto Sales Economods were led to green by Bobby Vogt and two-time winner Steve Haefke. Points leader Rick Prosser started in six with last week’s winner Eric Reinwald starting ninth. Vogt grabbed the lead at the start but Haefke took over at the end of the back straight. Caution flew after one lap when Jim Muma spun in turn three. Prosser was second in turn one after the race restarted but slipped wide in turn four and was back to third at the end of two. Kyle Reinwald came to a halt at the pit entrance at the end of lap three, again slowing the race. At the end of four Prosser was second. Yellow flew again for Kyle Reinwald when he spun in turn three. Haefke, Prosser, and Vogt led the field back to green with Haefke opening a big lead by the end of six laps. At halfway the order was Haefke, Prosser, Vogt, Eric Reinwald and Chuck Steinle Sr. Mitch Wright and Gary Miller got together in turn four with six laps left. Haefke, looking for his third in of the season, brought the race back to green with Vogt getting by Prosser for second but caution again was in the air with Jim Myers, Jim Van Cise, and Kevin Sergeff all wrecked in turn four. At green Prosser went wide in turn one allowing Vogt and Eric Reinwald to get by for second and third. Wright and Gary Olson spun in turn four for the final caution. At the checkers it was Haefke over Vogt, Eric Reinwald, Prosser, and Steinle Sr.

     

    Casey Harmon was scheduled to start on the pole position of the McDonald’s Sand and Gravel Mini Stock feature but due to mechanical problems used a “back-up” car so had to drop to the rear of the field, as did heat winner Hoyt Mihalak, leaving Justin Boardman and points leader Jason Easler on the front row. When the green flew pandemonium broke loose with five cars piling up on the front straight and the race under the red flag.. After the red flag was lifted and racing resumed, Easler led with Bud Sergeff coming to second and Justin Boardman to third. With three laps complete last week’s winner Brad Cole was up to third. At halfway it was Easler, Sergeff, Cole, Boardman, and Kyle Adkins fifth. Sergeff came to a halt in turn two of lap eight as Boardman erupted in smoke at turn three. Easler again led after green with Cole now second and Adkins third. Hoyt Mihalak was up to fourth after starting at the rear due to needing a “back up” car. Mihalak was third with two to go but at the checkers it was Easler for his fourth win of the season over defending champion Cole, then Mihalak, Adkins, and Casey Harmon, also coming from the rear at the start in a  “back-up” car.

     

    Dennis Lunger and Wendall Pinckney started from the front row of the Evergreen Lake Park Campground CARS Crate Late Model feature. At the end on one lap it was Lunger leading with Pinckney just barely ahead of Bossard for second. Pinckney owned the spot at the end of three with Bossard third, Dave Airgood fourth, and Chris Withers fifth. With six complete Hunter Hulley pulled to the infield then drove back to the edge of the track and waited for yellow. After green Pinckney powered his way by Lunger for the lead with Mike Swansiger, Corey Ruffo, Hunter Hulley, and Ed Bolyard spun in turn four. Pinckney continued to lead after green with Bossard coming by Lunger for second. Airgood and Lunger ran side by side at the end of seventeen with Lunger again holding the spot at eighteen complete. At the checkers it was Pinckney, Bossard, Lunger, Airgood, and Withers. It was Pinckney’s first-ever Raceway 7 feature win.

     

    Dennis Lunger started the Bonnell Collision Center E-Mod feature from the pole, his second pole start of the night, with Josh Ferry to his right. Lunger led the charge through the first lap with Ferry under siege from Percy McDonald, who got by at the end of lap two. Ferry and McDonald got together in turn two, with Ferry getting sideways and McDonald spinning out. Since Ferry did not stop he was restored to second for the green with Troy Johnson third and Jesse Gould fourth. Twelfth starting Joel Watson was third at the end of three laps, looking for his sixth win of the season. Johnson slowed from second to a stop in turn two at five complete, slowing the race under yellow. For the restart it was Lunger, Gould, Watson, Ferry, and Paul Schreckengost. At seven complete Watson was the leader and pulling away. Nine laps in Watson, Lunger, and Gould were leading the way when Ferry looped his mount in turn two. Gould and Lunger were side by side at halfway with Gould second one lap later. Watson went on to his sixth win in six appearances this summer at Raceway 7 with Gould second, a quarter-lap behind. Lunger was another half straight back with Schreckengost fourth and Mike Kinney fifth.

     

     

    Evergreen Lake Park Campground CARS Crate Late Models:

    Heat 1: Dennis Lunger, Kyle Zimmerman, Wendall Pinckney, Khole Wanzer, Ed Bolyard, Hunter Hulley, Breyton Santee

    Heat 2: Darrell Bossard, Dave Airgood, Chris Withers, Mike Swansiger, Corey Ruffo, William Pinckney

    Feature: Wendall Pinckney, Darrell Bossard, Dennis Lunger, Dave Airgood, Chris Withers, Kyle Zimmerman, Khole Wanzer, Breyton Santee, Mike Swansiger, Ed Bolyard, Corey Ruffo, Hunter Hulley, Will Pinckney (DNS)

     

    Bonnell Collision Service E-Mods:

    Heat 1: Joel Watson, Troy Johnson, Josh Ferry, Percy McDonald, Mike Kinney, Dan McDonald

    Heat 2: Dennis Lunger Jr, Jesse Gould, Paul Schreckengost, Josh McDonald, Bill Taylor, Ed Wilson

    Feature: Joel Watson, Jesse Gould, Dennis Lunger, Paul Schreckengost, Mike Kinney, Percy McDonald, Ed Wilson, Josh Ferry, Dan McDonald, Troy Johnson, Josh McDonald, Bill Taylor (DNS)

     

    Bonnell’s Auto Group Economods:

    Heat 1: Eric Reinwald, Rick Prosser, Mike Harmon, Jim Van Cise, Brian Lacey, Tyler Frankenberry

    Heat 2: Steve Haefke, Gary Miller, Bobby Vogt, Mitch Wright, Jim Muma, Ashley Rogers

    Heat 3: Chuck Steinle, Kyle Reinwald, Kevin Sergeff, Gary Murphy, Gary Olson, Jim Myers

    Feature: Steve Haefke, Bob Vogt Jr, Eric Reinwald, Rick Prosser, Chuck Steinle Sr, Mike Harmon, Gary Murphy, Brian Lacey, Jim Van Cise, Jim Muma, Mitchell Wright, Gary Olson, Ashley Rogers, James Myers, Kyle Reinwald, Kevin Sergeff, Gary Miller, Tyler Frankenberry (DNS)

     

    Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Stocks:

    Heat 1: Don McGuire, Chris McGuire, Garrett Calvert, Kenny Lamp Jr, Rob Bates

    Heat 2: Shawn Fawcett, Chris Hochschild, Tony Spaghetti,  Brian Mulichak, John Bailey

    Feature: Rob Bates, Shawn Fawcett, Don McGuire, Chris Hochschild, Ken Lamp Jr, Tony Spaghetti, Brian Mulichak, Garrett Calvert, Chris McGuire, John Bailey

     

    McDonald’s Sand and Gravel Mini Stocks:

    Heat 1: Kyle Adkins, Brad Cole, Justin Boardman, Casey Harmon, Emily Stoyer, Cale Sousa,, Corey Wick, Tyler Burr, Jessica Harvey

    Heat 2: Hoyt Mihalak, Jason Easler, Brian McGarvie, Bud Sergeff, Wes Stull, Pat Drennan, Alex Forbes, ZoeyGill, Derrick Tuttle,

    Feature: Jason Easler, Brad Cole, Hoyt Mihalak, Kyle Adkins, Casey Harmon, Wes Stull, Pat Drennan, Cale Souza, Zoey Gill, Tyler Barr, Alex Forbes, Corey Wick, Brian McGarvie, Jessica Harvey, Bud Sergeff, Justin Boardman, Derrick Tuttle, Emily Stoyer

     

     



  • Brad Cole takes home the big $400 pay day!

    by Jamie McMillen
    Reinwald gets his first of the season, Kennerknecht gets the first of his career, Watson and Zimmerman add to their 2016 totals

     

    A special night for the McDonald Sand & Gravel Mini Stocks was presented by Downes Racing, as some of the best mini stock drivers in the area battle it out for a $400 pay day! The green flag dropped with clear blue skies above the racing facility. Eric Reinwald would capture his first Bonnell’s Auto Sales Econo Mods feature of the season, former mini stock champion Brad Cole brought home the $400 check, while Kyle Zimmerman went on to win his third Evergreen Park CARS Crate Late Model feature. Joel Watson continued his dominance of the Bonnell’s Collision Center E-Mods, and Jimmy Kennerknecht finally won his first ever Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Stock feature at Raceway 7.

     

    Devin Henry and Eric Reinwald would lead all 14 of the Bonnell’s Auto Sales Econo Mods to the green flag for the sixth feature of the season. It would only take Reinwald just over a lap to jump into command of the field, getting by Henry coming out of turn 2 on lap 2 of the event. At lap 4 Rick Prosser from the 12th position would find himself chasing Steve Haefke for the 5th spot, while Reinwald would continue to pace the field over Henry, with Brian Toto running 3rd. With 5 laps left in the race, Reinwald would continue to hold a solid lead while Haefke would find himself third, battling with Brian Toto, and Bob Vogt Jr back to fifth. The yellow would fly at lap 11 as the 77 car of JR Myers would come to a rest at the bottom of turn four. Under caution, Kevin Surgeff would retire to the pits. On the restart the top five would remain the same until two laps to go as Haefke would power by Henry for the second position. Shortly after the pass, the caution would fly again for the fourth place car of Brian Toto spinning as he came out of turn four. With two to go, Reinwald, Haefke, Henry, Prosser, and Vogt would fire on the restart. Prosser would squeeze by Henry in turn two of the final lap as Eric Reinwald would go on to capture his first feature win the season. Haefke, Prosser, Henry, and Bob Vogt Jr would round out the top five.

     

    A big pay day was on the mind of 21 of the finest McDonald Sand & Gravel Mini Stocks as they would race for 15 laps in a special $400 to win event. Tyson Harmon and two-time points champion Bud Sergeff would set the pace to the green flag as Surgeff would jump out to the early lead with Jason Easler challenging him for the position. Casey Burch would be as high as third before starting to slow down on the back straight of the raceway. Soon after that, last week’s winner Andy Proper would come to a stop at the exit of turn two, bringing out a caution flag with only 2 laps complete. Surgeff would hold the lead position as the second place car and current points leader Jason Easler would roll into the pits with a flat tire. Following Surgeff would be Kyle Atkins, former champion Brad Cole, Derrick Tuttle, and the ninth place starter Pat Hanlon. Cole would get by Atkins for the second spot before the completion of lap three as the rest of the field would continue on. Jessica Harvey would spin in turn three as Patrick Oyer also came to a stop to bring out the caution on lap four. Fourth place running Pat Hanlon would take his car pit side with a flat tire. Atkins and Cole would continue to battle for second place as Surgeff would lead the field until he would come to a stop against the turn two wall. This would leave Atkins, Justin Boardman, Patrick Drennan, Brad Cole (penalized two positions for jumping the previous restart), and Hoyt Mihalak from 21st in John Boyd’s #2 car. Another caution would fly on lap 6 for the two ladies in the field; Zoey Gill and Jessica Harvey. Meanwhile Atkins, Boardman, Mihalak, Drennan, and Cole would be the new top 5. At lap 7, Brian McGarvie would take over 5th with heat from early leader Bud Sergeff. McGarvie would soon come to a stop in turn 4 and bring the field to yet another yellow flag on lap 8. Twelve cars would remain with Atkins continuing to lead over Mihalak, Cole, Sergeff, and Drennan. Cole would pressure Atkins for the lead as Sergeff would pressure Mihalak for third at the stripe on lap 9. Cole would draw even with Atkins on lap 11 and take over the lead on the following circuit. Atkins would then start to slow, allowing Cole to stretch his lead over Sergeff, Mihalak, Drennan, and fifth place Casey Burch. Brad Cole would hang on for the big pay day as the top 5 would remain the same at the checkered.

     
    Second generation driver William Pinckney would share the front row with rookie Ed Bolyard as the Evergreen Park CARS Crate Late Models would roll onto the track for their 20 lap feature event. Before the first lap could be completed, Alex Anderson, Dave Airgood, and Breyton Santee would tangle in turn four. Khole Wanzer would charge to third from his seventh starting spot a Bolyard and Dennis Lunger Jr would hold the top two spots. Caution would fly for William Pinckney coming to a stop in turn two before lap three could be completed. Bolyard, Lunger Jr, Wanzer, Bruce Hordusky, and Kyle Zimmerman would be the top five for the restart. Zimmerman would get by Wanzer for third and quickly start to pressure Lunger for second as Bolyard would continue to lead at lap five. Lunger would use the low line to take the lead from Bolyard, but the caution would again fly for Alex Anderson, negating the lead change. Lunger would beat Bolyard across the line by a few inches as the yellow flag fell for Brandon Porter spinning into the infield. Lunger, Bolyard, Zimmerman, Hordusky, and Wanzer would be the top 5, with eleventh starting Darrell Bossard running sixth with 14 laps left. Zimmerman would move to the second spot on lap 6 and pass Lunger for the lead coming out of turn 2 on lap 7. At halfway, Bossard would get to 5th as Zimmerman, Lunger, Bolyard, and Wanzer would continue in that order. The top two cars would separate themselves from the rest of the pack several laps in a row, with Zimmerman holding the lead by about half of a turn. Corey Ruffo would run over the edge of the track coming out of turn two, slowing the field, and setting up a 3 lap shootout to the checkers. Zimmerman, Lunger, Bolyard, Bossard, and Wanzer the top five. At the white flag, Bossard would begin to pressure Lunger for second place, as Zimmerman would go on to win his third feature of the season. Lunger, Bossard, Airgood, and Bolyard would round out the top 5.

     
    Eleven of the scheduled twelve Bonnell’s Collision Center E-Mods would take the track with the front row now consisting of Dennis Lunger Jr and Percy McDonald, due to the 2J of Troy Johnson being unable to start the race from his scheduled pole position. Percy McDonald would lead lap one with Lunger, Jacob Eucker, Josh McDonald, and Dan McDonald following behind. Josh McDonald would go high in turn three and lose several positions as Joel Watson would move into the fourth spot on lap three. Ed Wilson would lose the handle of his car the following lap, bringing out the first yellow flag of the race. Joel Watson would move by Eucker on lap five as the top two would remain the same. Watson would continue to move through the field, grabbing the second spot on lap seven. Making it three positions three laps in a row, Watson would get by McDonald for the lead on lap 8. At lap 10, Jacob Eucker would come to a stop on the front stretch for the second caution of the event. Watson, Percy McDonald, Lunger, Dan McDonald, and Howard Fraley would be the top five at the halfway point. Lunger would overtake Percy McDonald for the second spot on lap 12 and Watson’s large lead would be erased on lap 15 as Howard Fraley would get sideways and continue, causing Josh McDonald to spin to a stop in turn 4. With five to go it was Watson, Lunger, Percy McDonald, Dan McDonald, and Fraley. Joel Watson would capture his fifth checkered flag of the season as Lunger, Percy McDonald, Dan McDonald, and Jacob Eucker rounded out the top five.

     
    Heat winner Mark Ramsey and Mark Sanders were the top two starters for the Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Stock feature, the final event of the evening. At the completion of lap one, the caution would fly for Art Edwards as Mark Ramsey, Mark Sanders, Shawn Fawcett, Terry Wheeler, and Jimmy Kennerknecht would occupy the top five spots. On the restart, Kennerknecht would follow Fawcett as they would soon follow Ramsey as the top three cars, Sanders would fall to fourth, and Garrett Calvert would get to fifth. Fourth place running Sanders would come to a halt at the exit of turn four with 3 circuits completed. With 12 laps remaining it was Ramsey, Fawcett, Kennerknecht, Calvert, and Terry Wheeler. Two laps later, the caution would come out for Dennis Clark, bunching the field back up for another restart. Ramsey, Kennerknecht, Fawcett, Rob Bates driving Joe Stajnrajh’s car after damaging his point leading race in a heat race, followed by Terry Wheeler in fifth. Another caution would fly before any laps could be completed for debris on the racetrack, and they would try all over again. Fawcett would get by Kennerknecht for second and Wheeler would move to fourth as Calvert would again get back into the top five with 8 laps remaining. One lap later, Dennis Clark would make hard contact with the front stretch wall, stopping the race with a red flag. Dennis Clark would give the signal that he was okay as the Harvey’s Towing crew would take his car to the pits. With five laps to go, Kennerknecht would get back to second place and come within a car length of Ramsey at the flag stand. Kennerknecht would use the high side to draw beside him for most of lap 12, as Ramsey would lead by half a car length at the line. Roles would be reversed as Kennerknecht would lead Ramsey by inches at the completion of lap 13. The caution would fly for Jamie Duncan in turn 2, setting up a 2 lap shootout for the victory. Kennerknecht, Fawcett, and Ramsey would draw nearly three wide coming to the checkered flag out of turn 4 as Fawcett and Ramsey would get together, allowing Kennerknecht to bring home his first win of the season. Fawcett and Ramsey were able to keep their positions, hooked together at the line, with Calvert and Bates following closely behind.

    Results:
    Bonnell’s Auto Sales Econo Mods (14 cars):
    Heat 1: Devin Henry, Brian Toto, Kevin Sergeff, JR Myers, Gary Murphy, Jim Muma, Mike Harmon
    Heat 2: Eric Reinwald, Steve Haefke, Bob Vogt Jr, Ashley Rogers, Kyle Reinwald, Rick Prosser, Mitchell Wright
    Feature: Eric Reinwald, Steve Haefke, Rick Prosser, Devin Henry, Bob Vogt Jr, Mike Harmon, Kyle Reinwald, Brian Toto, JR Myers, Gary Murphy, Jim Muma, Kevin Surgeff, Ashley Rogers, Mitchell Wright

     
    McDonald Sand & Gravel Mini Stocks (23 cars):
    Heat 1: Bud Sergeff, Jason Easler, Andy Proper, John Boyd, Rick Feely, Alex Forbes, Patrick Oyer, Emily Stoyer
    Heat 2: Kyle Atkins, Casey Burch, Tyson Harmon, Justin Boardman, Brian McGarvie, Jessica Harvey, Hoyt Mihalak, Josh McNaught
    Heat 3: Brad Cole, Pat Hanlon, Derrick Tuttle, Patrick Drennan, Wes Stull, Zoey Gill, Casey Harmon
    Feature: Brad Cole, Bud Sergeff, Hoyt Mihalak, Pat Drennan, Justin Boardman, Wesley Stull, Rick Feely, Zoey Gill, Alex Forbes, Kyle Adkins, Tyson Harmon, Casey Burch, Jessica Harvey, Brian McGarvie, Derrick Tuttle, Patrick Oyer, Pat Hanlon, Jason Easler, Andy Proper, Josh McNaught (DNS), Jon Boyd (DNS), Mike Harmon (DNS), Emily Stoyer (DNS)

     
    Evergreen Lake Park CARS Crate Late Models (16 cars):
    Heat 1: Dennis Lunger Jr, Breyton Santee, Dave Airgood, Kyle Zimmerman, Wendell Pinckney, Darrell Bossard, Chris Withers, Travis Martineau
    Heat 2: Bruce Hordusky Jr, Khole Wanzer, William Pinckney, Ed Bolyard, Alex Anderson, Mike Swansiger, Corey Ruffo, Brandon Porter
    Feature: Kyle Zimmerman, Dennis Lunger Jr, Darrell Bossard, Dave Airgood, Ed Bolyard, Khole Wanzer, Bruce Hordusky Jr, Wendell Pinckney, Breyton Santee, Chris Withers, Travis Martineau, Alex Anderson, Corey Ruffo, Mike Swansiger, William Pinckney, Brandon Porter

     
    Bonnell’s Collision Center E-Mods (13 cars):
    Heat 1: Percy McDonald, Joel Watson, Josh McDonald, Dan McDonald, Billy Henry, Ed Wilson, Mike Potosky
    Heat 2: Jacon Eucker, Dennis Lunger Jr, Troy Johnson, Howard Fraley, Bill Taylor, Jesse Gould
    Feature: Joel Watson, Dennis Lunger Jr, Percy McDonald, Dan McDonald, Howard Fraley, Jacob Eucker, Bill Taylor, Ed Wilson, Josh McDonald, Jesse Gould, Billy Henry, Mike Potosky, Troy Johnson (DNS)

    Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Stocks (17 cars):
    Heat 1: Shawn Fawcett, Jimmy Kennerknecht, Mark Sanders, Tony Spaghetti, Dennis Clark, Brian Mulichak, Garrett Calvert, Richard Chess, Chris Hochschild
    Heat 2: Mark Ramsey, Bill Stajnrajh, Terry Wheeler, Leigh Wheeler, Art Edwards, Rob Bates, Chris McGuire, Jamie Duncan
    Feature: Jimmy Kennerknecht, Mark Ramsey, Shawn Fawcett, Garrett Calvert, Rob Bates, Terry Wheeler, Brian Mullichak, Jamie Duncan, Richard Chess, Arthur Edwards, Dennis Clark, Tony Spaghetti, Mark Sanders