Fairview, OH, (November 14, 2015): Raceway 7’s 2015 season came to its end with a gala banquet at St. John’s Parrish Center in Fairview,PA to honor the season’s best performances by its race teams. The top ten points finishers in each division were honored as well as the most improved driver and the rookie of the year.
Chad Wright was honored for his dominance in the Evergreen Lake Park Campground CARS Crate Late Models, winning nine of the seventeen features for his second triumph in the final points tally. Other feature winners in the division were Dennis Lunger, Bob Pifer, Billy Henry, Kyle Zimmerman, and Darrell Bossard.
Percy McDonald won his second points title in the Bonnell Collision Center E-Mods, winning four features enroute to the championship. Other winners included Brent Rhebergen, Ken Zimmer, Joel Watson, Justin Carlson, Brandon Blackshear, Dan McDonald, and Mike Kinney.
Shaun Fawcett dominated the Campbell’s Mini Storage Street Stocks, winning four feature wins during the season. Also driving to Victory Lane during the season were Ed Bolyard, Brandon Groters, Randy Martz, Brian Crandall, Chris Hochschild, and Rob Bates.
Rick Prosser drove into the Winner’s Circle four times on his way to the 2015 Bonnell Auto Sales Economods Championship. Defending champion Josh Ferry collected also collected win, six total, as well as Brad Blackshear, Kyle Reinwald, Jace Ferringer, Steve Haefke, and Jason Longwell.
The Specialty Product Mini-Stock Championship battle went right to the final event with Brad Cole taking his second championship at the raceway, winning three times with former champion Bud Sergeff finishing second, despite winning five features. Jason Easler, Hoyt Mihalak, defending champion Dale Fraschetti, and Casey Harmon all collected wins during the season.
Specialty Products Mini-Stock driver Derrick Tuttle was recognized as the “Rookie of the Year” while Evergreen Lake Park Campground CARS Crate Late Model driver Khole Wanzer was determined to be the “Most Improved Driver” at the track for this season.
Seventeen nights of racing with only one rainout made this one of the busiest seasons in Raceway 7’s history. The sole time for a complete rainout of events was June 12. On May 8 the final feature of the night (Specialty Products Mini-Stocks) was interrupted by rain at five laps complete and was completed the following week prior to the regularly scheduled program.