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OCTOBER 2 - REDNECK ENDURO 100

Salem Front Wheel Drive Stocks on the Roval (non-points race)   

PNC Pits Open 9:30 a.m. (EDT), Spectator Gates Open 11:30 a.m.,
Practice 11:30 a.m., First Race 1:30 p.m.





 

 

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TWO QUALIFYING RACES ADDED
TO REDNECK ENDURO 100 LINE-UP

Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery track officials announced today that two 10-lap qualifying races will take place on Sunday to set the starting line-up for the third annual Redneck Enduro 100 on the Roval. The first qualifying race will set the inside row line-up for the 100-lap main event and the second qualifying race will set the outside row starting positions. Qualifying race starting positions will be determined by a blind draw. Spectator gates open on Sunday at 11 a.m. with practice getting underway at 11:30 a.m. The first qualifying race is set to roll off at 1:30 p.m. Advance tickets, priced at just $10 for adults, are currently selling for the Redneck Enduro 100 and can be purchased on-line or by calling 812-883-6504 or 1-888-246-7223.    

ROAD RACING RETURNS TO SALEM SPEEDWAY
FUELED BY THE HOOSIER LOTTERY ON SUN., OCT. 2nd

Three Former Roval Winners Expected For 3rd Annual Redneck Enduro 100

SALEM, IN, Sept. 23 – Road racing returns to Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery on Sunday afternoon, Oct. 2nd, as the third annual Redneck Enduro 100 on the Roval takes center stage on the tricky half-mile layout.

The 100-lap event for Salem style Front Wheel Drive Stocks utilizes both the infield short-track and a portion of the half-mile high banks.  Drivers navigate the road course, which includes both left and right-hand turns, from the high banked track to the short-track and back.

The challenging layout with a mixture of tight turns and high speed areas keeps the competition close and provides plenty of exciting side-by-side racing.

One of those eager for a return to the six-turn circuit is Derick Bradshaw of Shepherdsville, Ky., who won the first two Roval races contested at Salem during the 2013 season.

“I love those races,” said Bradshaw.  “I wish we ran a regular series on that track.”

The former two-time Jeffersonville Sportsdrome Speedway track champion was leading the 2015 Redneck Enduro 100 when transmission problems forced him to the sidelines with 24 laps remaining.

Bradshaw admits that his hard charging style could have contributed to his mechanical woes during last year’s race. 

“I go all out the entire time,” said Bradshaw, who led 53 of the 100 laps.  “I want to win the first lap and every lap I run.”

Bradshaw’s misfortune opened the door for James Blanchard of Louisville, who inherited the lead when Bradshaw’s car slowed.  The 17-year-old Blanchard led the final 24 laps and held off another young charger, Collin Worrall, at the end of the race to record the victory.

Both Bradshaw and Blanchard have indicated their intentions of competing in the 2016 edition of the Redneck Enduro 100.

Those two can expect plenty of competition on Sunday (Oct. 2nd) from the likes of the father/daughter duo of Joe and Jamie Bierman of Floyds Knobs, Ind.

Joe won a 30-lap race on the Roval back on May 15th and Jamie has visited victory lane four times in her last four races in Front Wheel Drive competition on the Salem oval.

Among other top drivers expected for the Redneck Enduro 100 on the Roval is two-time defending Salem Front Wheel Drive track champion Jesse Allen of Lanesville, Ind.

With many short-tracks closed for the season a number of drivers that don’t race on a regular basis at Salem have inquired about the Redneck Enduro 100 and have indicated their intention of competing on Sunday.

Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery will again be giving away free Hoosier Lottery scratch-off tickets to several lucky fans, age 18 and older, throughout the day on October 2nd.

Spectator gates open at 11 a.m. on Sunday (Oct. 2nd), with practice at 11:30 a.m., followed by racing at 1:30 p.m. (EDT).

Advance general admission tickets are priced at just $10 for adults and $3 for children, age 7-12.  Kids, age 6 and under, are admitted free when accompanied by an adult.  You can purchase tickets on-line at www.salemspeedway.com or call 812-883-6504 or 1-888-246-7223.

OCTOBER 2nd SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

 9:30 a.m. – PNC Pits Open
9:30 a.m. – Begin Drawing For Qualifying Race Starting Positions
11 a.m. – Driver’s Meeting
11 a.m. – Spectator Gates Open
11:30 a.m.Start of Practice
12:30 p.m. – Practice Ends
           1:25 p.m. – Invocation & National Anthem
1:30 p.m. - First Qualifying Race
Second Qualifying Race
Redneck Enduro 100 on the Roval

   

BELL WINS 100th ARCA RACE AT SALEM;
SWEEPS BOTH 2016 RACES ON THE HIGH BANKS

Conway Wins Great American Stock Race; Bayens Claims Season Title

SALEM, Ind. (Sept. 10, 2016) - If anyone questioned Christopher Bell's pit strategy in the beginning, they weren't when it was over, especially after he drove into victory lane Saturday night at Salem Speedway as winner of the 100th ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards race at the legendary southern Indiana short track.

"My crew chief Jeff McClure won this one tonight," Bell said. "He took on a bold strategy in taking four tires early on when everyone else took two. I was even wondering if we were doing the right thing."

Indeed it was only lap 15 when all the leaders came down pit road for service to take just two tires while Bell took four.  As the race played out with the long green flag runs that followed, Bell's strategy got him back to the front while most everyone else fell back.

"My guys did their homework. They know this race goes green and that went into their decision making process. This is the 100th ARCA race at Salem. This is really special. Venturini Motorsports works hard to bring really fast Toyota Camry's. You can always count on that," added the driver of the No. 15 JBL Toyota.

The caution finally came with 40 laps to go, but by then there were only four cars left on the lead lap. Bell pitted for outside tires while his Venturini Motorsports teammate Tom Hessert took four. In the end, it didn't matter. Hessert was able to get within five lengths of Bell, but that was as close as he could get.

"When that yellow came out, I didn't know how it was going to work out. But our two tires there at the end were good enough to get us there," Bell said.

Bell became the first driver to sweep both Salem races in the same season since Shelby Howard in 2003.

Hessert, in the No. 25 Nortown Automotive Repair Toyota, finished second.

"Our car was really good tonight," Hessert said. "I was probably a little over conservative in the first half of the race. We were one of the best cars on two tires. At the end when we put four on, I thought we'd have a shot at Christopher, but he was the best car all night. He could cut the middle off two better than anyone. Everything happens off turn two here. My Venturini Motorsports team did a great job tonight. We've been really strong over the last half-dozen races...really proud of all my guys."

Bret Holmes finished a career-best third in the No. 23 Holmes II Excavating-Southern States Bank Chevrolet.

"We had a great car," Holmes said. "We started out too loose off the corners but it got better. I've got to get better on older tires...I need to be more consistent. The team's been great...I just gotta get better as a driver. Bright side...this is our best finish. We're consistently better as a team. I'm really proud of them."

Josh Williams finished fourth in the No. 6 Musselman's Apple Sauce Chevrolet, the last car on the lead lap. John Wes Townley finished fifth in the No. 05 Jive-Zaxby's Chevrolet.

Chase Briscoe finished sixth in the No. 77 Big Tine Ford, but it wasn't what he was looking for, considering he led the first 111 laps.

I'm frustrated...disappointed," Briscoe said. "I really wanted to win this one. I don't know if I was just going to hard or what, but we burned the left rear off on it. It had 160 laps on it. Got a lap down and ran out of time getting it back."

Briscoe, like most everyone else, took two tires early on but fell way back over the long green flag run. Once Briscoe fell from the lead, Bell took control and never looked back.

As a consolation, Briscoe wrapped up the 2016 Short Track Challenge Championship presented by Protect Plus.

Matt Kurzejewski, Mason Mingus, Zane Smith and AJ Fike finished seventh through 10th, respectively.

Sebastian Racing teammates Tony Conway of Louisville and David Bayens of Borden, Ind., finished one-two in the Meadow View/Salem Crossing 50, that served as a prelude to the ARCA 200.

The victory was Conway’s first win at Salem in over two years.

Shawn Smith of Louisville finished third, with Todd Kempf of Huntingburg, Ind., fourth and Brian Bayer of Birdseye, Ind., fifth.

Bayens wrapped up the 2016 Lucas Oil Great American Stock season championship for his fourth career title in the popular Salem division.

 

CHRISTOPHER BELL TAKES SALEM
CHECKERS IN ARCA DEBUT ON SUNDAY

SALEM, Ind. (April 24, 2016) - Christopher Bell had his hands full in his ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards debut. The Norman, Oklahoma 21-year-old driver survived a bout with the wall, a shove from Justin Haley and a motor down on power to win the eventful Kentuckiana Ford Dealers ARCA 200 Sunday afternoon at Salem Speedway.

"I'm all worn out...that was all she had over the last 10 laps," said a visibly tired Bell in victory lane. "The top was so dirty up there in three and four...I wasn't expecting that. I can't thank Venturini Motorsports and JBL enough for all their support."

 

Bell was referring to a line of oil dry in the groove through turns three and four from Sheldon Creed, whose car put fluid down after making heavy contact with the wall, setting the stage for the dramatic conclusion.

"It was all I had over the last few laps...there was no saving it. It was harder than I wanted to run but that's what we had to do. This one is really special to me. This place is legendary...a lot like Winchester, but rougher."

Bell, in the No. 66 JBL Toyota, proved himself a contender all day long, leading 91 laps overall, including the final 44 of the 200-lap race.

"Things were pretty smooth the first half over that long green flag run. Then we had a bobble on that first pit stop. I took off and the motor laid down a little. We were okay on long green flag runs so it was fortunate to get that last green flag run to finish the race. These General Tires really hung in there all day and saved us after the motor went away. It was so dirty up there, and we ended up side-by-side...it didn't stick and we plugged the wall. We just kept digging. This place is so abrasive...there's so much slipping and sliding going on...I think it benefits us dirt racers."

On the last restart with just over 40 laps to go, Haley got underneath Bell to challenge for the top-spot. As the two drove side-by-side through the oil dry, Bell's car slid up and bounced off the wall and Haley drove into the lead. However, Bell regained his composure and drove right back to challenge Haley and reclaimed the lead before Haley led the lap. Once Bell got the lead, Haley gave Bell a sizeable shove up in three and four to try and get back underneath. Both cars got sideways, but Bell hung on and began to drive away, eventually winning by four lengths at the final stripe.

Haley also drove a masterful race, and finished a career-best second in the No. 74 Braun Auto Group Chevrolet.

"This one feels good," Haley said. "We gave it all we had today. This was a really tough field...to come out of here second says a lot. Love this track. I want to congratulate Christopher on a great race today. Thought we might have been able to get by him at the end. We could get to him...we just needed a little more. Really proud of my guys."

Dalton Sargeant, in the No. 55 Toyota Racing Development Toyota, fought hard all day and came away with a third place finish in his ARCA Racing Series debut.

"I struggled in the beginning...trying to get familiar with the track and getting used to the tires falling off," Sargeant said. "But once I began to figure things out, we started to pick up speed. I was hoping for a caution there at the end to battle the leaders...I think we had something for them. But, overall, I'm really happy with our finish. To finish in the top three in our ARCA debut is really cool. I've never been anywhere quite like this place. When we come back, we're going to be really strong."

Kyle Weatherman finished fourth in the No. 58 St. Charles Glass-Lira Motorsports Ford.

"Wish we would have taken four tires at the end, but all in all, a really good day," Weatherman said. "There were lots of cars in the wall today...we were one of them. I'm really proud of this Lira Motorsports crew...they fought hard all day and that's why we went as well as we did. We'll go to Talladega and see what we have there."

Blake Jones finished fifth in the No. 22 Cunningham Motorsports Ford, ahead of Tom Hessert in sixth in the No. 25 Renton Coil Spring-Slinger Apparel Toyota. Point leader John Wes Townley finished seventh in the No. 05 Varigon Solutions Chevrolet, the last car on the lead lap.

Local Mitchell, Indiana favorite Chase Briscoe earned his second consecutive Menards Pole presented by Ansell Saturday, and jumped out to an early lead Sunday. Briscoe stretched his lead to a full straightaway before Bell reeled him in to challenge. Bell got by Briscoe to lead the 44th lap before Briscoe took the lead back on lap 75.

Then all the leaders came to pit road for service during the first caution period, and it was Townley who led the way off pit road. However, Townley's lead was short-lived back under green when Haley quickly drove by. Haley led up just past the halfway point before Brian Keselowski charged to the front and led from laps 102 to 138. Then the second round of pit stops came under caution, giving the lead lap cars the chance to service their machines for the final run to the checkers. All the front-runners pitted with the exception of Keselowski, who chose to stay out. But back under green, Keselowski, on older tires, gave up the lead to Haley who led the next three laps. However, once Bell got by Haley to lead the 157th lap, he would never relinquish it.

Other than four cautions for 35 laps, the race went green for most of the 200-lap distance.

Briscoe was solidly in third near the end of the race when his car slowed dramatically with mechanical issues. His car finally stalled at the entrance to turn three as the leaders were taking the checkered flag. The local fan-favorite ended up 16th, four laps down.

Brandon Lynn, Matt Kurzejewski and Keselowski completed the top-10 finishers respectively.

David Bayens of Borden, Ind., added to his career best win total in the Lucas Oil Great American Stocks by winning the Ford Go Further 50 that served as a prelude to the ARCA 200.  The victory was Bayens’ 22nd all-time win in the popular Salem division.

Tim Rivers of Salem finished second in the race, with Louisville’s Tony Conway third, Jeff Caudell of Scottsburg, Ind., fourth and Kyle Hadley of Louisville fifth.

Racing returns to Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery on Sunday, May 15th for the Oval/Roval Tripleheader.  The afternoon of racing action features four divisions and racing on three different tracks – the half-mile high banks, the infield quarter-mile oval and the Roval road course.

Featured divisions include the Lucas Oil Great American Stocks, Vores Compact Touring Series, O’Reilly Auto Parts Pure Stocks and Salem Front Wheel Drive Stocks. 

TITLE AND PRESENTING SPONSORS ANNOUNCED
FOR HISTORIC 100th SALEM ARCA RACE

SALEM, IN, March 30 – Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery just announced the addition of title and presenting sponsors for the historic 100th Salem ARCA race set to take place on Saturday, September 10th.

Eddie Gilstrap Motors of Salem inked an agreement to serve as title sponsor of the race, while Meadow View Health & Rehabilitation and Salem Crossing signed on as presenting sponsors.

“We’re extremely pleased to have Eddie Gilstrap Motors, Meadow View Health and Rehabilitation and Salem Crossing associated with one of the most anticipated events of the 2016 season at Salem,” said track general manager Richard Deaton.

The fall ARCA race will mark the 100th appearance of the ARCA Racing Series at Salem.  No track has appeared more on the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards schedule over the decades than Salem.

A full weekend of activities; including a golf scramble, parade of haulers, Friday night Fan Fest with live music and much more; are currently in the planning stages for the historic 100th Salem race.

Eddie Gilstrap Motors, a longtime supporter of racing at Salem Speedway, is your one-stop outlet for Ford, Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge and Ram products.  Eddie Gilstrap Motors is located just off the courthouse square in downtown Salem at 207 South Main Street.

Operated by American Senior Communities, Meadow View Health & Rehabilitation and Salem Crossing, both located in Salem, offer excellent amenities and care for both long and short-term stay.  Both communities are experts at senior care.  Meadow View Health & Rehabilitation is located at 900 Anson Street and Salem Crossing is situated at 200 Connie Avenue.

Tickets, both reserved and general admission, are currently selling for the Eddie Gilstrap Motors Fall Classic presented by Meadow View/Salem Crossing, as well as the April 24th Kentuckiana Ford Dealers ARCA 200.  Tickets are available on-line at www.salemspeedway.com or by calling 812-883-6504 or 1-888-246-7223.     

SCHEDULE CHANGE HAS JEGS/CRA ALL-STARS TOUR RACE
MOVING TO ONE WEEK LATER ON 2016 SALEM SLATE

Salem Racing Action Now Set For June 4th and June 18th

SALEM, IN, Feb. 3 - Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery track management announced today changes to the 2016 Salem schedule that was released earlier this year.

The JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour late model event, that was scheduled for Saturday, June 11th, has been moved to one week later on the Salem slate and will now take place on Saturday night, June 18th.  The Salem race originally scheduled for June 18th, featuring the Lucas Oil Great American Stocks and three other divisions, has been moved to Saturday night, June 4th.

“The changes provide better balance on our 2016 schedule by eliminating racing on back-to-back weekends,” said track general manager Richard Deaton.  “It also helps Berlin (MI) Raceway solve a scheduling conflict that they were dealing with.”

The month of June now kicks-off at Salem with the Lucas Oil Great American Stocks, O’Reilly Auto Parts Pure Stocks and Salem Front Wheel Drive Stocks on Saturday, June 4th. Then on Saturday, June 18th it’s the Midwest 150 with the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour and all three Salem Speedway divisions.

Unfortunately the Midwest Legends Cars, which were scheduled for June 18, are not available for the June 4 rescheduled date.

The remainder of the 2016 Salem schedule remains the same as released earlier.

Season and single race tickets are now selling for all 2016 Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery events and can be purchased by calling 812-883-6504 or 1-888-246-7223.

ARCA, USAC AND CRA HEADLINE ACTION-PACKED 2016 SALEM
SPEEDWAY FUELED BY THE HOOSIER LOTTERY SCHEDULE

12 Events And 15 Days Of On-Track Activity In Place For Upcoming Season

SALEM, IN, January 6 – The return of the USAC Silver Crown Champ Car Series and the historic 100th Salem ARCA race headline an exciting 2016 slate of events at Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery.

With a diverse schedule of 12 events and 15 days of on-track activity the outlook is certainly bright for the venerable racing facility as it gears up for its 70th year.

“We’re certainly pleased with our 2016 schedule,” said track general manager Richard Deaton.  “We believe that from top to bottom it provides the strongest slate of events presented at Salem in a number of years.”

Nine different divisions are represented on the schedule with a mix of national and regional events.

Among events grabbing major headlines during the off season was the announcement that the United States Auto Club (USAC) would be returning as the sanctioning body for the 57th annual Scott County Visitors Commission Joe James/Pat O’Connor Memorial presented by the Kentuckiana Ford Dealers on Saturday night, Aug. 13th.

The USAC Silver Crown Champ Car Series is set to serve as the headline division for the James/O’Connor Memorial with a 75-lap main event.  That will be the longest open wheel race at Salem in nearly 50 years.   

Among traditional events returning to the high banks in 2016 are spring and fall visits by the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards.  The Kentuckiana Ford Dealers ARCA 200 is set for Sunday afternoon, April 24th and the ARCA Fall Classic 200 will take place under the lights on Saturday, Sept. 10th.

The fall ARCA race will mark the 100th appearance of the ARCA Racing Series at Salem since 1955.  No track has appeared more on the series schedule through the years than Salem.

A full weekend of activities; including a golf scramble, parade of haulers, Friday night music show and much more; are currently in the planning stages for the historic 100th Salem race.

Late Model racing takes center stage at Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery on Saturday night, June 18th, as the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour returns to the high banks with its exciting brand of high speed action.

Some of the top young drivers in the U.S. and Canada have showcased their talent with the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour over the past few seasons.

Other traditional events planned for 2016 include the 27th annual Firecracker 200 presented by the Scott County Visitors Commission on Sunday night, July 3rd and the 28th annual Smoker Friendly Discount Tobacco Halloween 200 on Sunday, October 23rd.

The Vores Compact Touring Series appears on the Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery schedule for the first time in 2016. The central Indiana based group will visit Salem on Sunday, May 15th for a 50-lap race on the Roval road course and on Saturday, July 23rd to compete on the half-mile high banks.   

A second Roval race, the Redneck Enduro 100, is scheduled for Sunday, October 2nd.

Race fans and classic car enthusiasts will want to mark Saturday, July 23rd on their calendar, as Summerfest 2016 presented by ACE Hardware of Salem takes center stage.  The summer fun event, featuring on-track activity from all three Salem divisions plus the Vores Compact Touring Series, includes a cruise-in, burnout contest, live music and more.   

The 2016 Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery season kicks-off on Sunday afternoon, April 10th with the High Banks/Short-Track Season Opener, featuring five divisions.  The Lucas Oil Great American Stocks and Midwest Thunder Roadsters will be providing the action on the high banks, while the O’Reilly Auto Parts Pure Stocks, Salem Front Wheel Drive Stocks and the Midwest Legends Cars headline the infield short-track activity.

Addition information concerning 2016 activities at Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery, including season and single race ticket information, may be obtained by calling 812-883-6504 or 888-246-7223.

KENTUCKIANA FORD DEALERS INVOLVED WITH
TWO MAJOR EVENTS AT SALEM SPEEDWAY IN 2016

SALEM, IN, Dec. 30 – A familiar name returns to Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery in 2016, as the Kentuckiana Ford Dealers will serve as the title sponsor of the spring ARCA Racing Series event and the presenting sponsor of the 57th annual Joe James/Pat O’Connor Memorial open wheel classic. The Kentuckiana Ford Dealers ARCA 200 is set for Sunday afternoon, April 24th and the Joe James/Pat O’Connor Memorial presented by the Kentuckiana Ford Dealers will take place on Saturday night, August 13th.

“We are extremely pleased to have the Kentuckiana Ford Dealers once again involved with two of our biggest events of the season at Salem,” said track general manager Richard Deaton.  “The marketing partnership between Salem Speedway and the Kentuckiana Ford Dealers has spanned more than two decades.”

The “Kentuckiana Ford Dealers ARCA 200”, scheduled for Sunday afternoon, April 24th, is the third race on the 2016 ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards schedule, following early season events at Daytona International Speedway and the Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway.

Since 1955 a total of 98 ARCA events have been contested on the .555-mile oval.  Former Salem winners in ARCA competition include some of the top names in motorsports, including Troy Ruttman, Benny Parsons, Bobby Allison, Ken Schrader and others.

The “Joe James/Pat O’Connor Memorial presented by the Kentuckiana Ford Dealers” marks the return of the USAC Silver Crown Champ Car Series to the high banks of Salem on Saturday night, August 13th.

The honor roll of past James/O’Connor winners includes some of the sports all-time greats, including A.J. Foyt, Parnelli Jones, Mario Andretti, Bobby Unser, Tony Stewart and others.

Advance tickets for both 2016 ARCA Racing Series events at Salem and the Joe James/Pat O’Connor Memorial are currently selling and can be purchased by calling 812-883-6504 or 1-888-246-7223.

Click On Results On Home Page To See Current List of ARCA Fall Classic Lap Sponsors

BE A PART OF RACING HISTORY BY BECOMING
A LAP SPONSOR FOR THE 100th SALEM ARCA RACE

If you would like to be a part of racing history, Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery and the ARCA Racing Series are offering individual lap sponsorships for the 100th Salem ARCA race on Saturday night, Sept. 10th.

For this historic event, Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery is selling individual lap sponsorships for each of the 200-laps, with all sponsorship money going to the drivers.  All laps are priced at $20 with the exception of laps 50 and 150, which are priced at $50, and laps 100 and 200, that are $100 each.

Businesses and individual race fans are invited to participate.  This is a great way for individuals to honor loved ones, recognize a favorite driver’s number or do so in memory of departed family and friends.

Lap sponsor charts will be distributed to all race teams and included in event program.  Lap sponsor chart will also be posted on the Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery web site and in the area behind the main grandstand.

The 2016 ARCA Fall Classic is shaping up to be one of the biggest ARCA races of the season with a full weekend of activities in the planning stages in celebration of the 100th Salem race.  More ARCA races have been held at Salem than any other track on the circuit.

If you or your company would like to be a lap sponsor, call the Speedway office at 812-883-6504 or 1-888-246-7223 to reserve your lap or laps.

 FREE BOOK “ARCA 50 YEARS OF RACING” WITH PURCHASE
OF ADVANCE TICKETS TO BOTH 2016 SALEM ARCA RACES

SPECIAL OFFER JUST IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTING – When you order advance tickets for both 2016 ARCA Racing Series events at Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery you will receive a free copy of the book “ARCA 50 Years of Racing”.  This nearly 300 page hardcover book is chocked full of historic photos and in depth information. The book chronicles the storied first 50 years of America’s second oldest stock car touring series with stories of the cars, stars and tracks. The book is free when you order advance tickets to both the spring (April 24th) and fall (Sept. 10th) ARCA Racing Series events at Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery. This is a limed time offer. To order your tickets and receive a coupon for the free book call 812-883-6504 or 1-888-246-7223. The 2016 ARCA Fall Classic will mark the 100th ARCA race at Salem. No track has appeared more on the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards schedule over the decades than Salem.   

LUCAS OIL CONTINUES AS TITLE SPONSOR
OF GREAT AMERICAN STOCK DIVISION IN 2016

SALEM, IN, Dec. 2 – Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery track management announced today that Lucas Oil will continue as title sponsor of the Salem Speedway Great American Stock division for the 2016 season.

“We’re certainly pleased to have the continued support of Lucas Oil at Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery,” said track general manager Richard Deaton.  “This is a company recognized throughout the motorsports industry for top quality products and a commitment to customer satisfaction.”

Lucas Oil Products are among the fastest growing additive lines in the consumer automotive industry.  A premium line of oils, greases and problem solving additives has helped establish Lucas as a prominent figure in this marketplace.

Lucas has long been directly involved in the American racing industry through multiple vehicle sponsorships and racing event promotions, at all levels. Seeing a need for better lubricants in this industry, the Lucas people went to work again. The end result being a line of high performance engine oils and gear oils that are second-to-none in the racing industry.

The Lucas success story has been built upon hard work, an unparalleled line of premium products and an unwavering commitment to customer satisfaction. This single formula for success will continue to guide Lucas Oil Products as it grows in the years to come.

The Lucas Oil Great American Stocks enjoyed a banner year at Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery in 2015.  The popular division averaged over 25 cars per race during the just completed season with seven different winners in nine races.

For more information on Lucas Oil products visit the Lucas Oil web site at www.lucasoil.com.

ARCA RACING SERIES SET TO CELEBRATE 100th
MILESTONE RACE AT SALEM DURING THE 2016 SEASON

TOLEDO, Ohio - November 23 - No track has appeared more on the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards schedule over the decades than Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery. The combination of the two is always reason to celebrate and especially so in 2016 when the annual ARCA Fall Classic will mark the 100th ARCA race at Salem since the tour debuted on the renowned high-banked, half-mile oval in 1955. The monumental event is scheduled to go off under the lights Saturday night, September 10th.

"We consider it a real privilege to be hosting the 100th ARCA race at Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery," track owner Owen Thompson said. "There's a reason ARCA has raced here so much through the years. When it comes to putting racecars on a racetrack, it doesn't get more exciting.

"It's a monumental accomplishment for both Salem and ARCA. When you stop and look around at how much things change these days, the ARCA races at Salem have been a testament to the stability of these events. We are extremely proud to be hosting the 100th ARCA race at Salem. It's a great thing."

ARCA President Ron Drager has attended every ARCA race at Salem since 1979.

"One-hundred ARCA Racing Series races at Salem Speedway since 1955, that's a lot to try to capture," said Drager. "There have been so many great drivers, close finishes, unpredictable moments-and that's why fans continue to buy tickets and racers want to be part of it. When you drive across Highway 56 and pass the airport and see all the campers, the crowd filing in at race time-ARCA racing at Salem continues, even after some 60 years, to generate great, memorable action."

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Bobby Allison won the ARCA race at Salem Speedway in 1975.

"That's really neat that Salem Speedway will run its 100th ARCA race in 2016," said Allison. "I remember Salem really well...a nice, fast, high-banked half-mile in southern Indiana with a little airstrip right next to the track. I liked Salem right away...fell right into a nice rhythm. The fast way around was right up against the wall in three and four but a little more toward the center of the track in one and two. It's probably changed some since I've been there, but it might be nice to be able to go back for that 100th race."

Ten-time ARCA Racing Series national champion Frank Kimmel is the all-time ARCA winner at Salem with nine victories.

"First of all, it's absolutely remarkable," Kimmel said. "To think that ARCA's been at Salem that long says a lot for both ARCA and Salem. For a short track to still be in business after all these years...all the adversity,..the ups and downs...pretty incredible. Happy for (track owners) Owen and Beverly Thompson. They came in and saved the place 20 years ago and have worked so hard to keep it up and going. To think ARCA's been there since 1955...the way that ARCA supports Salem, and Salem, in turn, supports ARCA...it's just really neat. Whenever you hear someone bring up Salem Speedway, ARCA automatically comes up. It's just part of the culture there. It's always the best race of the year and next year will be no exception."

Andy Hampton, who turns 87 on December 1, won three times at Salem - in 1966, '69 and '72.

"You had to be in pretty good shape to run a hundred mile race at Salem back then," Hampton said. "I never drove a car with power steering...Salem was one of the tougher tracks...bout like Winchester...you never forget those tracks. One-hundred races at Salem...that's really something. I hope I can be there for that. I'd sure like to be."

Four-time Salem winner and two-time ARCA champion Ramo Stott won the ARCA Fall Classic at Salem in September of 1969. He also won three consecutive 1970-'71.

"I love the track," said the 81-year-old Stott. "I had a lot of family and friends out that way who would come watch me race when we went to Salem. I really enjoyed that place...I understood the track pretty well. It's hard to believe ARCA's been there a hundred times. It's a great deal...I hope to be able to get out there for the race. It'd be an honor to be a part of all that."

Ken Schrader's win at Salem in 2015 etched his name in the record books as the oldest ARCA winner in history.

"What a neat deal...ARCA's 100th race at Salem," Schrader said. "I'm just such a big fan of the racetrack and the history of it. Owen's (Thompson) commitment to the facility is really what got ARCA to this monumental event. If you look at all the transitions that Salem has gone through...all the ups and downs, Owen's commitment to the place has kept all the possibilities alive. When so many other tracks have come and gone, Salem continues to thrive. When he repaved three and four, he somehow managed to widen the groove and keep the track's character. I think all the ARCA races at Salem are fabulous, especially the last few...so few cautions...just great racing. People go for the passing now, and not the wrecks. This is one event we already have circled on our calendar. We can't wait."

Prior to the running of the 100th milestone race at Salem, the series will also visit the southern Indiana short track on Sunday, April 24th for its annual spring race event.

Former ARCA winners at Salem also include Troy Ruttman, Don White, Nelson Stacy, Jack Bowsher, Benny Parsons, Iggy Katona, Bob Schacht, Bob and Brian Keselowski, Tim Steele, Justin Allgaier, Brennan Poole, Tom Hessert, Chris Buescher, Alex Bowman and Grant Enfinger. Enfinger is the most recent winner at Salem, taking the checkers in the Fall Classic in September.

The races at Salem mark the 18th and 19th events so far announced on the 2016 ARCA Racing Series schedule.

Tickets, both reserved and general admission, are currently selling for both 2016 ARCA Racing Series events at Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery.  For tickets or more information call 812-883-6504 or toll free 1-888-246-7223.

BLAKE HILLARD OVERCOMES EARLY RACE

ACCIDENT TO WIN 27th ANNUAL HALLOWEEN 200

SALEM, IN, Oct. 26 - Blake Hillard was not to be denied on Sunday, as the Owensboro, Ky., driver led the final 40-laps around the half-mile high banks to capture the 2015 Smoker Friendly Discount Tobacco Halloween 200 at Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery.

Hillard, who has competed at Salem in late models and with the ARCA Racing Series, had to overcome an early race accident, which left his car minus several body panels, to secure his first career Salem victory. 

Hillard, who started 23rd in the field of 50 cars, led a total of 60 laps and had to hold off a hard-charging Frank Kimmel II during a green-white-checker finish.  He collected $5,000 for winning the 27th annual street stock classic.

Louisville drivers occupied the next three finishing positions, with Shawn Smith third, Artie Ware fourth and Jeff Berg fifth.

J.J. Schafer of Bremen, Ind., Austin Baum of Shepherdsville, Ky., Dan Banker of Des Moines, Iowa, Tony Conway of Louisville and Dr. Travis Wilson of Beaver Dam, Ky., rounded out the top ten in that order.

The race had nine lead changes among five different drivers.

Sunday’s race was the final event of the 2015 season at Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery.   

ENFINGER WINS AT SALEM; ENTENDS ARCA POINT LEAD
Bayens Captures Lucas Oil Great American Stock Race – Kempf Wins Season Title

SALEM, IN, Sept. 21 - Grant Enfinger narrowly avoided going a lap down early in Saturday's Federated Car Care ARCA Fall Classic presented by Eddie Gilstrap Motors at Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery, and fought his way back to his sixth win of the 2015 season. The victory comes with just two races remaining on the season and keeps Enfinger with a commanding series point lead.

"I guess I hit the kill switch, which is crazy," Enfinger said in victory lane. "We've had a lot of really silly stuff happen this year. I felt like we were going to sit there and go 20 laps down. Finally, I bumped the kill switch again and it fired right up."
 

Enfinger's crew closed his hood and he exited the pits just in front of the pace car.

"I never went a lap down," Enfinger said. "I pitted too soon so I had to go to the tail end of the lap, but never went a lap down."

He also didn't take tires, a strategy that paid off when he finally did take four fresh Hoosiers late in the race.

"It's crazy how it happened," said the Fairhope, Ala. driver. "We had a car from about 20 laps in that seemed like it could win the race. It seemed the longer it went on tires the better the car was than everyone else.

"We took four tires on that last caution. At that point of the race, for the cars on the lead lap, I think we were the only one on fresh tires. It was a crazy race, but that's nothing different than we always see at Salem. I feel like we had the car to beat on the long runs."

Ken Schrader finished second in the Federated Auto Parts Chevrolet, Will Kimmel third in the No. 69 and Tyler Dippel fourth in his first visit to Salem. Chase Briscoe, from nearby Mitchell, Ind., finished fifth.

Schrader sat on the pole and was attempting to win his second straight at Salem. But, he had to start at the back of the field because his crew had to make an adjustment after qualifying.

"We were in trouble starting at the back. I screwed myself at that one restart," said the 60-year-old Schrader. "The tires took off a lot quicker than I thought they were going to. I went from third to ninth. I had no idea that was going to happen. We got back up on the wheel later, but I didn't have anything there at the end."

Dippel was impressive in one of four Lira Motorsports cars.

"I like the track a lot," Dippel said. "It was so much fun out there. We learned a lot about conserving tires for next time."

Frankie Kimmel II from Jeffersonville, Ind. finished 10th driving a Venturini Motorsports teammate to his father, Frank Kimmel. He raced up front for most of the night.

"We just missed the strategy," Frankie Kimmel II said. "We had a strategy and we stuck straight to it. It was just unfortunate. If the caution falls a lap or two earlier, we get our lap back and we have maybe a second-place car. I can't thank Venturini Motorsports enough for this."

Bo LeMastus, of Louisville, finished ninth in one of his best races of the season.

The rest of the top 10 included Brian Keselowski in sixth, A.J. Fike in seventh and Josh Williams in eighth.

Frank Kimmel, making his 501st start and final scheduled start of 2015, finished in 23rd position in the No. 25 Ansell-Menards Toyota. Kyle Weatherman, who clinched the Calypso Lemonades Short Track Challenge championship and accepted a plaque for his efforts in the final short track race of 2015, finished 11th.

The race was the 98th all-time ARCA race at the track.

David Bayens of Borden, Ind., passed Kyle Hadley of Louisville for the lead on lap two and never looked back in rolling to victory in the Eddie Gilstrap Motors 50 that served as a prelude to the ARCA 200.

The win was Bayens’ first of the season and 21st career victory in the popular Salem division.

Hadley held on to finish second with Shawn Smith of Louisville third, Tony Conway of Louisville fourth and Salem’s Tim Rivers fifth.

Todd Kempf claimed the 2015 Lucas Oil Great American Stock season championship despite encountering mechanical problems during qualifications.

With his car out of action the Huntingburg, Ind., driver jumped in Donnie Woodard’s machine and finished 12th in the feature despite starting at the back of the pack.  That was just enough to edge out Papa John’s Rookie of the Year candidate, Ronnie Basham III of Clarksville, for the title by a slim four point (664-600) margin.

Kempf entered the day with a 17 point lead over Basham.

Racing returns to Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery on Sunday afternoon, Oct. 4th, as the Portland Recycling Front Wheel Drive cars visit for the Redneck Enduro 100 on the Roval.

GERSTER USES CRAFTY MOVE TO CLAIM
SECOND CONSECUTIVE JAMES/ O’CONNOR WIN

Kyle Hadley Returns To Victory Lane In John Jones Auto Group 50

Salem, IN – August 10, 2015 – Brian Gerster used a crafty move to take the lead en-route to his second consecutive Scott County Visitors Commission Joe James/Pat O’Connor Memorial win Saturday night at Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery.  The win was his first Must See Racing Sprint Series (MSRSS) feature victory of the year.

Saturday’s 56th running of the Joe James/Pat O’Connor Memorial marked the 5th consecutive year that the event has been sanctioned by MSRSS. A nice crowd was on hand for the historic event.

The list of former winners entering Saturday’s event was impressive. Parnelli Jones, A.J.Foyt, Mario Andretti, Pancho Carter, Rich Vogler, Ed Carpenter, Bobby Unser, Tony Stewart, Kenny Irwin Jr., and Bob Sweikert were just a few of the past winners. Gerster was hoping to add his name to this impressive list again as he entered the event as the defending champion.

John Turnbull Jr. led the first six laps with Jimmy McCune close behind. Gerster, who quickly worked his way into third position, made a spectacular dive entering turn three on lap six. Gerster’s machine stuck perfectly, passing the two leaders, and in the processs, bolted him into the lead. Gerster then began to slow around lap 16 which allowed McCune and Chris Neuenschwander to catch the leader. At that point, it appeared a victory wasn’t certain for Gerster. The trio ran nose-to-tail before Gerster began to eventually motor away and build a sizeable lead the remainder of the event.

“There weren’t any issues with the car” explained Gerster in victory lane.” When I realized Jimmy was back there I knew it was time to get going. Jimmy’s a smart racer and I didn’t wanna give him any opportunity’s to steal the lead. It’s real satisfying to win consecutive Joe James/Pat O’Connor Memorial’s. There have been a lot of great drivers win this race. It’s neat to have your name added alongside those guys” concluded Gerster.

The only serious incident of the night occurred on lap 7 when Christian Koehler’s machine lost a left rear tire, spun and did a 360 before coming to a stop. Koehler was unharmed but was finished for the night.

Kyle Hadley of Louisville led flag-to-flag in winning the John Jones Auto Group 50 for the Lucas Oil Great American Stocks which served as a prelude to the James/O’Connor Memorial.

The victory was Hadley’s first win at Salem since winning a 50-lap Great American Stock race in August of 2012.

Todd Kempf finished a distant second with Ronnie Basham III third, David Bayens fourth and Roger Williams fifth.

Racing returns to Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery on Saturday night, August 29th, as the Lucas Oil Great American Stocks and Midwest Thunder Roadsters headline the Six Sigma Kid’s Night at the track.  The O’Reilly Auto Parts Pure Stocks and Portland Recycling Front Wheel Drive stocks are also part of the night’s racing program.

HUDSON NOTCHES FOURTH
FIRECRACKER 200 WIN ON SATURDAY

SALEM, IN, July 12 - Brett Hudson charged past Will Kimmel for the lead with 59 laps remaining and went on to capture the 26th annual Firecracker 200 presented by the Scott County Visitors Commission on Saturday, July 4th.

Hudson, who now stands alone as the all-time race win leader with four victories to his credit, collected $5,000 for the victory.  He also pocketed an additional $100 for being the half-way leader and $88 for leading lap 88, the Jerry Norris Memorial Award.

The Owensboro, Ky., driver, who is also a three-time Halloween 200 winner at Salem, led 113 of the 201-laps.

Hudson entered Saturday’s race tied with Craig Cookingham and Chuck Barnes Sr. as the all-time Firecracker 200 win leaders.

Blake Hillard of Owensboro finished second, with Jeffersonville’s Will Kimmel third, Artie Ware of Louisville fourth, and Tony Conway of Louisville fifth.

Shawn Smith, Jeff Berg, J.J. Schafer, A.J. Kempf and Sammy Davis rounded out the second five in that order.

The race was slowed eight times by cautions for a total of 47 laps.

Craig Rogers of Louisville won the Freedom 50 for the O'Reilly Auto Parts Pure Stocks with Jamie Bierman of Floyds Knobs, Ind., capturing the Independence 50 for the Portland Recycling Front Wheel Drive Stocks.

Mike Kestler finished second in the Pure Stock feature with Justin Davis third, Jamie Goodman fourth and Donnie Blanchard fifth.  Alex Bube, Doodle Farris, Jesse Allen and Carl Higgins Jr. rounded out the top five in the Front Wheel Drive main in that order.

Racing returns to Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery on Saturday night, July 25th.  The Casey’s General Store Summerfest 2015 presented by ACE Hardware of Salem features three divisions – the Lucas Oil Great American Stocks, O’Reilly Auto Parts Pure Stocks and Portland Recycling Front Wheel Drive Stocks.

The July 25th race has been designated as “Hoosier Lottery Night” at the track with many fun-filled activities planned, including a cruise-in, burnout contest and live music – featuring Lanny Hatt and the Hickbillys.  It’s also dollar beer and dollar hot dog night at the track.   

NEW SALEM SPEEDWAY CAMPING
REGULATIONS FOR ATV’s, SCOOTERS, ETC.

Due to insurance regulations and our desire to keep the Salem Speedway camping area a safe family friendly atmosphere, ATV’s, go-karts, motorized scooters, mopeds, mini bikes or dirt bikes will no longer be allowed in the camping or parking lot area. Golf carts will be allowed if operated in a responsible manner by those with a valid drivers license. Race teams may still use ATV’s for work related purposes.

 

Dear Race Fans,

We welcome campers at Salem Speedway for all of our racing events.

We ask your cooperation in making this a great experience for everyone involved. To help keep camping free at Salem Speedway we ask that you please observe a few rules.

  • Don’t abuse camping space. Please do not take more space than absolutely necessary for your campsite. No campers allowed on site or saving of spaces more than 7 days prior to event.
  • Respect those camping around you. Keep music at a lower volume during the late evening hours. Keep pets leashed at all times. No pets allowed inside track.
  • Do not camp outside the marked boundaries.
  • Salem Speedway reserves the right to refuse camp ground entrance to individuals and campers.
  • NO ATV’s, GO-KARTS, MOTORIZED SCOOTERS, MOPEDS, MINI BIKES OR DIRT BIKES ALLOWED ON PREMISES. Golf carts will be allowed if operated in a responsible manner by those with a valid drivers license. This will be strictly enforced. Race teams may still use ATV’s for work related purposes. Those not in compliance with this rule face eviction from grounds.
  • Please be extra careful with campfires during dry and windy conditions.
  • Illegal drugs, explosives, fireworks, firearms, potato launchers, sling shots, guns of any type are prohibited. Excessive drunkenness, lewd or obscene behavior is grounds for eviction from Speedway property.
  • Salem Speedway assumes no responsibility for loss, theft or damage of individual’s private property.
  • All trash and waste to be removed by camper.
  • Please be aware of all carbon monoxide dangers that can be harmful to you or other guests. Vehicle and generator exhaust MUST be expelled safely away from adjacent campsites.
  • Salem Speedway property must be vacated by Tuesday at 6 p.m. following weekend race. Exception for those with paid season long spots.
  • Due to insurance regulations Salem Speedway is prohibited from towing motorhomes, campers, etc. For towing services call – Wilcox Towing 812-883-3888. All towing at campers expense.
  • Obey the rules. Failure to observe rules may result in eviction and possible prosecution.
  • For emergency services – fire, police, ambulance call 911

    We hope you have a great weekend at one of America’s most historic race tracks. Please accept our invitation to join us for some great racing action at Salem Speedway during the 2012 season..

Sincerely,
Salem Speedway Management

Indiana Alcohol Beverage Commission Regulations prohibit alcohol carry-in through spectator gates.

 


Unofficial Results
EDDIE GILSTRAP MOTORS ARCA FALL CLASSIC

Presented by Meadow View/Salem Crossing

September 10, 2016

 ARCA Racing Series Presented by Menards

Fast Qualifier: Rained out

Eddie Gilstrap Motors ARCA 200: 1. Christopher Bell, 2. Tom Hessert, 3. Bret Holmes, 4. Josh Williams, 5. John Wes Townley, 6. Chase Briscoe, 7. Matt Kurzejewski, 8. Mason Mingus, 9. Zane Smith, 10. A.J. Fike, 11. Sarah Cornett-Ching, 12. Dalton Sargeant, 13. Frank Kimmel, 14. Thomas Praytor, 15. Ed Pompa, 16. Mike Basham, 17. Brad Smith, 18. Will Kimmel, 19. Richard Hauck, 20. Mike Senica, 21. Con Nicolopolous, 22. Michael Whipple, 23. Dale Shearer, 24. Dick Doheny, 25. Bradley Frye, 26. Chris Bailey.

 Lucas Oil Great American Stocks

Fast Qualifier: Rained out

Meadow View/Salem Crossing 50: 1. Tony Conway, 2. David Bayens, 3. Shawn Smith, 4. Todd Kempf, 5. Brian Bayer, 6. Justin Bex, 7. Tim Rivers, 8. Roger Williams, 9. Heath Helton, 10. Troy Ashbaugh, 11. Greg Hubbuch, 12. Jamie Goodman, 13. Matt Stice, 14. Craig Rogers, 15. Jeff Caudell, 16. A.J. Kempf, 17. Jonathon Ziegler, 18. Brandon Deckard, 19. Justin Pirtle, 20. Kyle Hadley, 21. Donnie Woodard, 22. David Powell, 23. Beau Hendrich.

Unofficial Results
SIX SIGMA KID’S NIGHT AT THE RACES
August 27, 2016

Lucas Oil Great American Stocks

Fast Qualifier: Brian Bayer, 19.771

Six Sigma 50: 1. Todd Kempf, 2. Skeeter Crum, 3. Shawn Smith, 4. David Bayens, 5. Kyle Hadley, 6. Tony Conway, 7. Roger Williams, 8. Tim Rivers, 9. Beau Hendrich, 10. Justin Bex, 11. Travis Wilson, 12. Heath Helton, 13. Greg Hubbuch, 14. Justin Pirtle, 15. Jamie Goodman, 16. Brent Gardiner, 17. Billy Williams, 18. A.J. Kempf, 19. Matthew Stice, 20. Jeff Caudell, 21. Brian Bayer, 22. Josh Brading, 23. Troy Ashbaugh, 24. Craig Rogers, 25. Johnny Magee, 26. David Powell, 27. Mike Sharp (DNS), 28. Brandon Deckard (DNS).

 O’Reilly Auto Parts Pure Stocks

O’Reilly Auto Parts 30: 1. Craig Rogers, 2. Justin Davis, 3. Brian Ferguson, 4. Todd Whittfield.

 Salem Front Wheel Drive Stocks

First Heat Race (8-Laps): 1. Childers, 2. Stroud, 3. Smith, 4. Meek, 5. Basham.

Second Heat Race (8-Laps): 1. J. Allen, 2. Adams, 3. Turnage, 4. Scott, 5. V. Allen, 6. Higgins.

Hoosier Lottery 30: 1. Eric Childers, 2. Jason Adams, 3. Codey Turnage, 4. Valerie Allen, 5. Derek Smith, 6. Carl Higgins Jr., 7. Zach Minton, 8. Bryan Meek, 9. Doug Basham, 10. Jesse Allen, 11. Mert Stroud, 12. Austin Scott.

 SEASON CHAMPIONS

     O’Reilly Auto Parts Pure Stocks – Craig Rogers
     Salem Front Wheel Drive Stocks –
Jesse Allen

NEXT RACE

     Eddie Gilstrap Motors ARCA Fall Classic
    
Presented by Meadow View/Salem Crossing
     Friday and Saturday, Sept. 9-10

 

Unofficial Results
Scott County Visitors Commission
JOE JAMES/PAT O’CONNOR MEMORIAL

Presented by the Kentuckiana Ford Dealers

Saturday, August 13, 2016

 USAC Silver Crown Series

Fast Qualifier: Kody Swanson, 15.978

Joe James/Pat O’Connor Memorial 75: 1. Kody Swanson, 2. Chris Windom, 3. Jerry Coons Jr., 4. Bobby Santos, 5. Justin Grant, 6. Aaron Pierce, 7. David Bayne, 8. Joe Liguori, 9. Patrick Lawson, 10. Casey Shuman, 11. Shane Cottle, 12. Jacob Wilson, 13. Austin Nemire.

 Lucas Oil Great American Stocks

Fast Qualifier: Brian Bayer, 19.849

Kentuckiana Ford Dealers 50: 1. Frank Kimmel II, 2. Brian Bayer, 3. David Bayens, 4. Tony Conway, 5. Kyle Hadley, 6. Todd Kempf, 7. Beau Hendrich, 8. Justin Pirtle, 9. Troy Ashbaugh, 10. Jeff Caudell, 11. Josh Brading, 12. Justin Bex, 13. Greg Hubbuch, 14. Billy Williams, 15. Jamie Goodman, 16. Heath Helton, 17. Jeff Berg, 18. Craig Rogers, 19. Tim Rivers.

 

Unofficial Results
FIRECRACKER 200

Presented by the Scott County Visitors Commission

Sunday, July 31, 2016

LUCAS OIL GREAT AMERICAN STOCKS

Firecracker 200: 1. Brett Hudson (200), 2. Shawn Smith (199), 3. David Bayens (199), 4. Brian Bayer (198), 5. Josh Brading (198), 6. Justin Pirtle (197), 7. Todd Kempf (196), 8. Tim Rivers (196), 9. Beau Hendrich (196), 10. Jeff Caudell (195), 11. Jesse Cottrell (194), 12. Curtis Peeples (158), 13. Sammy Davis (154), 14. Jason Atkinson (141), 15. Frank Kimmel II (130), 16. Kyle Hadley (116), 17. Chuck Barnes Jr. (107), 18. Blake Hillard (83), 19. J.J. Schaefer (83), 20. Chuck Barnes Sr. (82), 21. Austin Baum (82), 22. Billy Williams (82), 23. Tony Conway (81), 24. Mike Todd (80), 25. Artie Ware (67), 26. Jeff Berg (58), 27. Skeeter Crum (50), 28. Rick Stamper (25), 29. Johnny Magee (3), 30. Phil Jenkins (DNS).

O’REILLY AUTO PARTS PURE STOCKS

Freedom 35: 1. Jamie Bierman, 2. Craig Rogers, 3. Todd Whitfield, 4. Justin Davis*, 5. Jeff Bissinger, 6. Ethan Dunn.

* Davis penalized one position for jumping the re-start.

 SALEM FRONT WHEEL DRIVE STOCKS

Independence 35: 1. Jamie Bierman, 2. Jesse Allen, 3. Mert Stroud, 4. Eddie Bousson, 5. Carl Higgins Jr., 6. Austin Scott, 7.  Derek Smith, 8. Codey Turnage, 9. Jason Adams, 10. Tracey Nicholson, 11. Chris Atwood.

 

Unofficial Results
CASEY’S GENERAL STORE SUMMERFEST 2016
Presented by ACE Hardware of Salem

Saturday, July 23, 2016

Lucas Oil Great American Stocks

Fast Qualifier: Kyle Hadley,

Casey’s General Store 50: 1. David Bayens, 2. Todd Kempf, 3. Shawn Smith, 4. Tony Conway, 5. Tim Rivers, 6. Jeff Caudell, 7. Justin Bex, 8. Heath Helton, 9. Greg Hubbuch, 10. Josh Brading, 11. Jamie Goodman, 12. Jesse Cottrell, 13. Jonathan Ziegler, 14. Troy Ashbaugh, 15. Matthew Stice, 16. Beau Hendrich, 17. Kyle Hadley, 18. Mike Sharp, 19. Justin Pirtle, 20. Brian Bayer, 21. Craig Rogers, 22. Billy Williams, 23. Jason Atkisson (DNS).

 Vores Compact Touring Series

Fast Qualifier: Dan Irvine, 21.184

Koetter Wordworking 30: 1. Dan Irvine, 2. Tom Gossar, 3. Sean Fredrick, 4. Justin Brown, 5. Matthew Morris, 6. Aaron Teegarden, 7. BJ Honious, 8. Steve Vore, 9. Andy Jennings, 10. Jeff Striegel, 11. Gary Easton, 12. Chris Jennings, 13. Bo Hoelschen, 14. Bryan Slavey.

 O’Reilly Auto Parts Pure Stocks

 ACE Hardware of Salem 30: 1. Justin Davis, 2. Craig Rogers, 3. Todd Whitfield, 4. Frank Warren, 5. Ethan Dunn.

 Salem Front Wheel Drive Stocks

Casey’s Homemade Pizza 25: 1. Codey Turnage, 2. Jesse Allen, 3. Carl Higgins Jr., 4. Jason Adams, 5. Austin Scott, 6. Bryan Meek, 7. Chris Wells, 8. Doug Basham, 9. Tracey Nicholson, 10. Derek Smith, 11. Mert Stroud, 12. Bill Grant, 13. Travis Vaughn.

 

Unofficial Results
JAYC FOOD STORES MIDWEST 150

June 18, 2016

 JEGS/CRA ALL-STARS TOUR

Fast Qualifier: Cody Coughlin (NTR)

JayC Food Stores 100: 1. Cody Coughlin, 2. Jack Smith, 3. Dakota Stroup, 4. Trevor Berry, 5. Phil Bozell, 6. Michael Clancy Jr., 7. Stephen Nasse, 8. Scott Tomasik, 9. Joshua James, 10. Trey Craig, 11. Brandon Oakley, 12. Jeff Berg, 13. Andy Bozell, 14. Jack Dossey III, 15. Jared Thomas, 16. Kevin Zielezinski, 17. Quinnton Bear, 18. Adam Johnson, 19. Austin Kunert, 20. Brett Holmes, 21, Hope Hornish, 22. Kody Evans (DNS).

 Lucas Oil Great American Stocks

Fast Qualifier: Kyle Hadley, 19.840

Ruler Foods 50: 1. Brian Bayer, 2. Todd Kempf, 3. David Bayens, 4. Tim Rivers, 5. Roger Williams, 6. Jeff Caudell, 7. Justin Pirtle, 8. Heath Helton, 9. Kyle Hadley, 10. Justin Bex, 11. Greg Hubbuch, 12. Josh Brading, 13. Brent Gardiner, 14. Jamie Goodman, 15. Beau Hendrich, 16. Troy Ashbaugh, 17. Tony Conway, 18. Jonathan Ziegler, 19. Travis Wilson, 20. Craig Rogers, 21. Mike Sharp, 22. Brian McDonald, 23. David Powell, 24. Billy Williams.

 O’Reilly Auto Parts Pure Stocks

 JayC Food Stores 25: 1. Todd Whitfield, 2. Marty Asher, 3. Craig Rogers, 4. Ethan Dunn, 5. Justin Davis.

 Salem Front Wheel Drive Stocks

Tractor Supply 25: 1. Jesse Allen, 2. Codney Turnage, 3. Carl Higgins Jr., 4. Valerie Allen, 5. Derek Smith, 6. Austin Scott, 7. #00, 8. Travis Vaughn, 9. Tracey Nicholson, 10. Chris Wells, 11. Doug Basham, 12. Chris Atwood, 13. Mert Stroud, 14. Bryan Meek (DNS), 15. Bill Growe (DNS), 16. Cameron Thompson (DNS), 17. Jason Thompson (DNS).

 

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99 John Summerville/Rowdy Lewis $20
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191 Dave Renn Father/Son $20
192 Sam Vaughn $20
193 Dave Renn Father/Son $20
194 Sam Vaughn $20
195 Dave Renn Father/Son $20
196   $20
197   $20
198   $20
199 Jones Racing $20
200 In Memory of Austyn Erwin $100

 

Unofficial Results
27th Annual Smoker Friendly Discount Tobacco Halloween 200

Sunday, October 25, 2015

FN.

NO.

DRIVER

 

LAPS

1

6

Blake Hillard

OWENSBORO, KY

200

2

32w

Frank Kimmel II

BORDEN, IN

200

3

86

Shawn Smith

LOUISVILLE, KY

200

4

38

Artie Ware

LOUISVILLE, KY

200

5

26

Jeff Berg

LOUISVILLE, KY

199

6

68

J.J. Schaffer

BREMEN, IN

199

7

4

Austin Baum

SHEPHERDSVILLE, KY

198

8

54

Dan Banker

DES MOINES, IA

198

9

54x

Tony Conway

LOUISVILLE, KY

198

10

19

Travis Wilson

BEAVER DAM, KY

196

11

0

Sammy Davis

JEFFERSONVILLE, IN

192

12

55

Phil Jenkins

GREENFIELD, IN

191

13

44L

Colby Lane

KNIGHTSTOWN, IN

190

14

74

Josh Brading

NEW ALBANY, IN

190

15

34

Ronnie Basham III

CLARKSVILLE, IN

188

16

89

Noll Staff

HUNTINGBURG, IN

188

17

3

Doug Weiss

DALLAS CENTER, IA

187

18

84

Troy Ashbaugh

LOUISVILLE, KY

185

19

22

Skeeter Crum

JEFFERSONVILLE, IN

170

20

5

Chuck Barnes

LOUISVILLE, KY

169

21

95

Brian Hopkins

NEW CASTLE, IN

169

22

00

Brett Hudson

OWENSBORO, KY

168

23

18

Beau Hendrich

PALMYRA, IN

168

24

42

Curtis Peeples

ROUND O, SC

168

25

13

Richard Byrd

INDIANAPOLIS, IN

168

26

96

Donnie Woodard

CHARLESTOWN, IN

159

27

99h

Fred Hopkins

NEW CASTLE, IN

155

28

08

Brian McDonald

LOUISVILLE, KY

146

29

32

David Bayens

BORDEN, IN

137

30

98

Matt Stice

PEKIN, IN

131

31

71

Trent Gossar

MARKLEVILLE, IN

117

32

62

Greg Hubbuch

LOUISVILLE, KY

105

33

99

Brian Bayer

BIRDSEYE, IN

103

34

03x

Bruce Hartlep

OTTERBEIN, IN

98

35

46

Tim Rivers

SALEM, IN

92

36

70

Clayton Phelps

PALMYRA, IN

87

37

55x

Balton Melton

HAWESVILLE, KY

87

38

11

Jason Priddy

UPTON, KY

85

39

17

David Powell

GREENVILLE, IN

78

40

9

Todd Kempf

HUNTINGBURG, IN

72

41

20

Scott Caudell

SEYMOUR, IN

71

42

12

Kyle Hadley

LOUISVILLE, KY

57

43

8

Chris Harmon

BROOKS, KY

34

44

29

Mike Todd

PLEASANT HILL, IA

34

45

77

Justin Pirtle

PALMYRA, IN

31

46

03

Brian Gray

HAMILTON, OH

23

47

17m

Johnny Magee

CARTHAGE, IN

16

48

65

Billy Williams

BOWLING GREEN, KY

14

49

15

Mike Royal

OWENSBORO, KY

1

50

44

Will Kimmel

SELLERSBURG, IN

DQ

51

96T

Mike Trinkle

JEFFERSONVILLE, IN

DNS

 

Results
REDNECK ENDURO 100
On The Roval

Sunday, October. 4, 2015

FIN. NO. DRIVER LAPS
1 91 James Blanchard 100
2 44 Collin Worrall 100
3 00 David Daughtery 100
4 95 Greg Smith 99
5 17 Jesse Allen 99
6 6 Chris Jennings 98
7 98 CJ Higgins 97
8 79 Brian Ziegler 95
9 67x Dale Bright 93
10 6 Dale Hobbs 92
11 3 Ken Sumner 83
12 49 Derick Bradshaw 77
13 08 Richard Bloyd 62
14 10 Chandler Parks 60
15 99 Brandon Dalton 57
16 15 Andy Jennings 55
17 67 Tony McVay 46
18 65 Ricky Puckett 38
19 01 Zach Minton 38
20 7 Dalton Neville 17
21 84k John Kennybrook 17
22 9 Eric Childers 14
23 48 Alex Bube 1

 

Unofficial Results
FEDERATED CAR CARE ARCA FALL CLASSIC
Presented by Eddie Gilstrap Motors

Saturday, Sept. 19, 2015

 ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards

Fast Qualifer: Ken Schrader, 17.148

Federated Car Care Fall Classic 200: 1. Grant Enfinger, 2. Ken Schrader, 3. Will Kimmel, 4. Tyler Dippel, 5. Chase Briscoe, 6. Brian Keselowski, 7. A.J. Fike, 8. Josh Williams, 9. Bo LeMastus, 10. Frankie Kimmel, 11. Kyle Weatherman, 12. Kody Evans, 13. Brandon Lynn, 14. Sarah Cornett-Ching, 15. David Levine, 16. Austin Wayne Self, 17. Tom Hessert, 18. Thomas Praytor, 19. Blake Jones, 20. Darrell Basham, 21. Ed Pompa, 22. Dale Shearer, 23. Frank Kimmel, 24. J.J. Haley, 25. Eric Caudell, 26. Richard Hauck, 27. Con Nicolopoulous, 28. Wayne Peterson, 29. Josh White, 30. Mike Abram, 31. James Swanson, 32. Mark Meunier.

 

 Lucas Oil Great American Stocks

Fast Qualifer: David Bayens,

 Eddie Gilstrap Motors 50: 1. David Bayens, 2. Kyle Hadley, 3. Shawn Smith, 4. Tony Conway, 5. Tim Rivers, 6. Ronnie Basham III, 7. Justin Pirtle, 8. Beau Hendrich, 9. Troy Ashbaugh, 10. Scott Beeler, 11. Greg Hubbuch, 12. Todd Kempf, 13. Jonathan Ziegler, 14. Brian McDonald, 15. David Powell, 16. Justin Bex, 17. Heath Helton, 18. Roger Williams, 19. Mike Sharp, 20. Nick Reed, 21. Hubbuch, 22. Billy Williams (DNS).

2015 Lucas Oil Great American Stock Champion: Todd Kempf 

  

Unofficial Results
SIX SIGMA KID’S NIGHT AT THE RACES

Saturday, August 29, 2015

LUCAS OIL GREAT AMERICAN STOCKS

Fast Qualifier: Todd Kempf, 19.855
Six Sigma 50: 
1. Ronnie Basham III, 2. David Bayens, 3. Todd Kempf, 4. Mike Sharp, 5. Justin Pirtle, 6. Tim Rivers, 7. Justin Bex, 8. Kyle Hadley, 9. Will Kimmel, 10. Roger Williams, 11. Heath Helton, 12. Scott Beeler, 13. Mark Humphrey, 14. Donnie Woodard, 15. Josh Brading, 16. Jonathan Ziegler, 17. Greg Hubbuch, 18. Troy Ashbaugh, 19. Craig Rogers, 20. Johnny Magee (DNS), 21. Scotty Earl Car (DNS).

 MIDWEST THUNDER ROADSTERS

Fast Qualifier: John Robbins, 19.941
Heat Race
(8-Laps): 1. Griffin, 2. Dugger, 3. Oliver, 4. Kendall, 5. Osborn, 6. Mayer, 7. Robbins, 8. Schoeller.
Salem 25:
1. John Robbins, 2. Dave Osborn, 3. Brad Kendall, 4. Marty Griffin, 5. Doug Dugger, 6. Mike Mayer, 7. Rodney Oliver, 8. Ross Schoeller.

O’REILLY AUTO PARTS PURE STOCKS

Heat Race (8-Laps): 1. Davis, 2. Rogers, 3. Whitfield, 4. Ferguson, 5. Kestler.
O’Reilly Auto Parts 30:
1. Mike Kestler, 2. Craig Rogers, 3. Brian Ferguson, 4. Justin Davis, 5. Todd Whitfield.

 PORTLAND RECYCLING FRONT WHEEL DRIVE STOCKS

Heat Race (8-Laps):  1. Higgins, 2. C. Meek, 3. Sumner.
Heat Race
(8-Laps)
:  1. Allen, 2. Abbott, 3. Vaughn, 4. B. Meek.
Portland Recycling 25:
1. Jesse Allen, 2. Carl Higgins Jr., 3. Chuck Meek, 4. Kevin Vaughn, 5. Ken Sumner, 6. Max Abbott, 7. Bryan Meek, 8. Mike Trinkle (DNS).

Unofficial Results
Scott County Visitors Commission

JOE JAMES/PAT O’CONNOR MEMORIAL

Presented by John Jones Auto Group

Saturday, August 8, 2015

 Must See Racing Xtreme Sprint Series

Fast Qualifier: Brian Gerster, 14.135

First Heat Race (8-Laps): 1. Trunbull, 2. Koehler, 3. Blue, 4. Vaughn

Second Heat Race (8-laps): 1. Gerster, 2. McCune, 3. Neuenschwander, 4. Stutsman

Scott Co. Visitors Commission Joe James/Pat O’Connor Memorial (30-Laps): 1. Brian Gerster, 2. Jimmy McCune, 3. Chris Neuenschwander, 4. Mike Stutsman, 5. Kevin Blue, 6. John Turnbull Jr., 7. Christian Koehler, 8. Brian Vaughn, 9. Anthony McCune, 10. Bobby Santos (DNS).

Lucas Oil Great American Stocks

 Fast Qualifier: Roger Williams, 19.758 

John Jones Auto Group 50: 1. Kyle Hadley, 2. Todd Kempf, 3. Ronnie Basham III, 4. David Bayens, 5. Roger Williams, 6. Tim Rivers, 7. Chuck Barnes Jr., 8. Justin Bex, 9. Heath Helton, 10. Justin Pirtle, 11. Troy Ashbaugh, 12. Josh Brading, 13. Mike Sharp, 14. Brian McDonald, 15. Jonathan Ziegler, 16. David Powell, 17. Dr. Travis Wilson (DNS).

 

Unofficial Results
CASEY’S GENERAL STORE SUMMERFEST 2015

Presented by ACE Hardware of Salem Speedway
Saturday, July 25, 2015

 Lucas Oil Great American Stocks

Fast Qualifier: Kyle Hadley, 19.829

Casey’s General Store 75: 1. Todd Kempf, 2. Kyle Hadley, 3. Ronnie Basham III, 4. Tim Rivers, 5. Justin Pirtle, 6. Justin Bex, 7. Mike Sharp, 8. Josh Brading, 9. Heath Helton, 10. Troy Ashbaugh, 11. Matthew Stice, 12. Jonathan Ziegler, 13. Noll Staff, 14. David Bayens, 15. Brian Bayer, 16. Tony Conway, 17. Shawn Smith, 18. Taylor Webb, 19. Greg Hubbuch 

 O’Reilly Auto Parts Pure Stocks

Heat Race (8-Laps): 1. Kestler, 2. Whitfield, 3. Rogers, 4. Ferguson, 5. Davis

ACE Hardware of Salem 30: 1. Mike Kestler, 2. Justin Davis, 3. Craig Rogers, 4. Brian Ferguson, 5. Todd Whitfield

 Portland Recycling Front Wheel Drive Stocks

First Heat Race (8-Laps): 1. Allen, 2. #86, 3. Parsons, 4. Vaughn, 5. Campbell, 6. Josh King

Second Heat Race (8-Laps): 1. John King, 2 Abbott, 3. Carl Higgins Jr., 4. C. Meek, 5. B. Meek , 6. #41

Casey’s Homemade Pizza 25: 1. Jesse Allen, 2. Max Abbott, 3. #86, 4. John King, 5. Chuck Meek, 6. Bryan Meek, 7. David Parsons, 8. Travis Vaughn, 9. Josh King, 10. Carl Higgins, 11. Andrew Campell, 12. #41 (DQ for failure to provide correct driver information, resulting in incorrect starting position)

 

Unofficial Results
FIRECRACKER 200
Presented by the Scott County Visitors Commission

Saturday, July 4, 2015

 LUCAS OIL GREAT AMERICAN STOCKS

Fast Qualifier: Blake Hillard, 19.747

Firecracker 200: 1. Brett Hudson (201), 2. Blake Hillard (201), 3. Will Kimmel (201), 4.

Artie Ware (201), 5. Tony Conway (199), 6. Shawn Smith (198), 7. Jeff Berg (196), 8. J.J. Schafer (196), 9. A.J. Kempf (189), 10. Sammy Davis (176), 11. Kyle Hadley (172), 12. Scott Caudell (171), 13. Todd Kempf (162), 14. Matt Stice (137), 15. Johnny Magee (125), 16. Phil Jenkins (107), 17. Curtis Peeples (104), 18. David Bayens (102), 19. Josh Brading (100), 20. Ronnie Basham III (92), 21. Skeeter Crum (90), 22. Tim Rivers (84), 23. David Powell (72), 24. Justin Pirtle (24), 25. Roger Williams (60), 26. Jeremy Adkisson (53), 27. Brian Bayer (19), 28. Jesse Cottrell (17), 29. Troy Ashbaugh (16), 30. Dan Banker (DNS), 31. Beau Hendrich (DNS).

 O’REILLY AUTO PARTS PURE STOCKS

Freedom 50: 1. Craig Rogers, 2. Mike Kestler, 3. Justin Davis, 4. Jamie Goodman, 5. Donnie Blanchard, 6. Brian Ferguson, 7. Todd Whitfield, 8. Ken Sumner (DNS).

 PORTLAND RECYCLING FRONT WHEEL DRIVE STOCKS

Independence 50: 1. Jamie Bierman, 2. Alex Bube, 3. Doodle Farris, 4. Jesse Allen, 5. Carl Higgins Jr., 6. Bill Growe, 7. Max Abbott, 8. Collin Worrall, 9. Derick Bradshaw, 10. Travis Vaughn, 11. Kevin Vaughn, 12. Tracey Nicholson, 13. John King, 14. Andrew Campbell (DNS), 15. David Parsons III (DNS).  

 

Expected Entries
Firecracker 200 presented by the Scott County Visitors Commission

NO.

DRIVER

HOMETOWN

0

SAMMY DAVIS

Jeffersonville, IN

3

JESSE COTTRELL

Louisville, KY

3w

DOUG WEISS

Dallas Center, IA

6

BLAKE HILLARD

Owensboro, KY

7

TONY CONWAY

Louisville, KY

8

BEAU HENDRICH

Palmyra, IN

9

TODD KEMPF

Huntingburg, IN

12

KYLE HADLEY

Louisville, KY

17

DAVID POWELL

Greenville, IN

17m

JOHNNY MAGEE

Carthage, IN

20

SCOTT CAUDELL

Seymour, IN

22

SKEETER CRUM

Jeffersonville, IN

26

JEFF BERG

Louisville, KY

32

DAVID BAYENS

Memphis, IN

32w

ROGER WILLIAMS

St. Paul, IN

34

RONNIE BASHAM III

Clarksville, IN

38

ARTIE WARE

Louisville, KY

42

CURTIS PEEPLES

Round-O, SC

44

WILL KIMMEL

Jeffersonville, IN

46

TIM RIVERS

Salem, IN

49

JEREMY ADKISSON

Calhoun, KY

54

DAN BANKER

DesMoines, IN

55

PHIL JENKINS

Greenfield, IN

68

J.J. SCHAFER

Breman, IN

74

JOSH BRADING

New Albany, IN

77

JUSTIN PIRTLE

Palmyra, IN

84

TROY ASHBAUGH

Louisville, KY

86

SHAWN SMITH

Louisville, KY

91

AJ KEMPF

Jasper, IN

99

BRIAN BAYER

Birdseye, IN

00

BRETT HUDSON

Owensboro, KY

 

Unofficial Results
Eddie Gilstrap Motors Legends Classic

Saturday, May 30, 2015

 Lucas Oil Great American Stocks

Fast Qualifier: Shawn Smith, 19.689

Eddie Gilstrap Motors Ford EcoBoost 75: 1. Shawn Smith, 2. David Bayens, 3. Roger Williams, 4. Kyle Hadley, 5. Ronnie Basham III, 6. Tony Conway, 7. Mike Sharp, 8. Justin Pirtle, 9. Tim Rivers, 10. Todd Kempf, 11. Jonathan Ziegler, 12. Heath Helton, 13. A.J. Kempf, 14. Beau Hendrich, 15. Noll Staff, 16. Greg Hubbuch, 17. Troy Ashbaugh, 18. Taylor Webb, 19. David Powell, 20. Josh Brading, 21. Brian Bayer, 22. Artie Ware (DNS).

 O’Reilly Auto Parts Pure Stocks

Heat Race (10-Laps): 1. Rogers, 2. Kestler, 3. Davis, 4. Goodman, 5. Whitfield, 6. Ferguson

Quick Lane Tire & Auto Center 30: 1. Mike Kestler, 2. Jamie Goodman, 3. Craig Rogers, 4. Justin Davis, 5. Todd Whitfield, 6. Brian Ferguson

Portland Recycling Front Wheel Drive Stocks

Heat Race (10-Laps): 1. Allen, 2. King, 3. Abbott, 4. Growe, 5. T. Vaughn, 6. K. Vaughn

Built Ram Tough 25: 1. John King, 2. Jesse Allen, 3. Max Abbott, 4. Bill Growe, 5. Travis Vaughn, 6. Kevin Vaughn

 

Unofficial Results
CIRCLE TRACK
 GREAT AMERICAN RACING SERIES

Saturday, May 9, 2015

Circle Track Great American Racing Series

Fast Qualifer: Chuck Barnes

First Qualifying Race (25-Laps): 1. Barnes, 2. Bayer, 3. Hillard, 4. T. Kempf, 5. Bayens, 6. Rivers, 7. Berg, 8. Stice, 9. A.J. Kempf, 10. Cotton, 11. Short, 12. Brading, 13. Jenkins.

Second Qualifying Race (25-Laps): 1. Kimmel, 2. Smith, 3. Hudson, 4. Williams, 5. Conway, 6. Elliott, 7. Ware, 8. Hendrich, 9. Pirtle, 10. Todd, 11. Lux.

Circle Track Great American Racing Series 100: 1. Will Kimmel, 2. Blake Hillard, 3. Shawn Smith, 4. Todd Kempf, 5. Brian Bayer, 6.Curtis Peeples, 7. Roger Williams, 8. Chuck Barnes, 9. David Bayens, 10. Loren Short, 11. Artie Ware, 12. Brett Hudson, 13. Jeff Berg, 14. Marcus Elliott, 15. Justin Pirtle, 16. Matt Stice, 17. Ronnie Lux, 18. A.J. Kempf, 19. Tony Conway, 20. Ronnie Cotton, 21. Beau Hendrich, 22. Tim Rivers, 23. Mike Todd, 24. Josh Brading, 25. Brandon Tregembo, 26. Kyle Hadley

 

O’Reilly Auto Parts Pure Stocks

O’Reilly Auto Parts 25: 1. Justin Davis, 2. Todd Whitfield, 3. Jamie Goodman, 4. Mike Kestler, 5. Craig Rogers, 6.

 

Portland Recycling Front Wheel Drive Stocks

Portland Recycling 20: 1. John King, 2. Jesse Allen, 3. Max Abbott, 4. Travis Vaughn, 5. Kevin Vaughn, 6. Ronnie Gathof.

 

Results
Federated Auto Parts ARCA 200
Sunday, April 26, 2015

 ARCA Racing Series Presented by Menards

Fast Qualifier: None, rained out

Federated Auto Parts 200: 1. Ken Schrader, Kyle Weatherman, 3. Dominic Ursetta, 4. J.J. Haley, 5. Austin Wayne Self, 6. Brandon Jones, 7. Tom Hessert, 8. Clayton Weatherman, 9. David Levine, 10. James Swanson, 11. Michael Lira, 12. Sarah Cornett-Ching, 13. Grant Enfinger, 14. Darrell Basham, 15. Thomas Praytor, 16. Brandon McKenzie, 17. Brad Smith, 18. Bobby Hamilton Jr., 19. Josh Williams, 20. Will Kimmel, 21. Bo LeMastus, 22. Con Nicolopoulos, 23. Josh White, 24. Frank Kimmel II, 25. Mark Meunier, 26. Wayne Peterson.

 Lucas Oil Great American Stocks

Fast Qualifier: None, rained out

Federated Car Care 50: 1. Todd Kempf, 2. David Bayens, 3. Ronnie Basham III, 4. Brian Bayer, 5. Tony Conway, 6. Shawn Smith, 7. Dr. Travis Wilson, 8. Justin Pirtle, 9. Roger Williams, 10. Tim Rivers, 11. Troy Ashbaugh, 12. Beau Hendrich, 13. Greg Hubbuch, 14. Mike Sharp, 15. Johathan Ziegler, 16. David Powell, 17. A.J. Kempf, 18. Matt Stice, 19. Kyle Hadley, 20. Heath Helton.

 

Unofficial Results
2015 SEASON OPENER

Sunday, April 12, 2015

 Lucas Oil Great American Stocks

Fast Qualifier: Chuck Barnes, 19.809

Hoosier Lottery 75: 1. Todd Kempf, 2. Ronnie Basham III, 3. Justin Pirtle, 4. Travis Wilson, 5. Artie Ware, 6. Troy Ashbaugh, 7. Heath Helton, 8. Mike Sharp, 9. Shawn Smith, 10. Brian McDonald, 11. Brian Bayer, 12. Taylor Webb, 13. Matt Stice, 14. Roger Williams, 15. Loren Short, 16. Chuck Barnes, Sr., 17. Jonathon Ziegler, 18. David Bayens, 19. Beau Hendrich, 20. Tim Rivers, 21. Mike Basham, 22. Greg Hubbuch, 23. Kyle Hadley (DNS), 24. Noll Staff.

 Midwest Thunder Roadsters

 Fast Qualifier: John Robbins, 20.028

First Heat Race (8-Laps): 1. Dugger, 2. Robbins, 3. Brown, 4. Dietzen, 5. Griffin, 6. Oliver, 7. Kendall.

Quick Lane Tire & Auto Center 25: 1. John Robbins, 2. Marty Griffin, 3. Darrell Brown, 4. Dan Dugger, 5. Mark Dietzen, 6. Brian Kendall, 7. Rodney Oliver.

 O’Reilly Auto Parts Pure Stocks

Fast Qualifier: Mike Kestler, 16.912

First Heat Race (8-Laps): 1. Whitfield, 2. Ferguson, 3. Warren.

Second Heat Race (8-Laps): 1. Goodman, 2. Kestler, 3. Davis, 4. Rogers.

The Edge Collision Center 30: 1. Mike Kestler, 2. Todd Whitfield, 3. Jamie Goodman, 4. Justin Davis, 5. Craig Rogers, 6. Brian Ferguson, 7. Frank Warren.

 Portland Recycling Front Wheel Drive Stocks

Fast Qualifier: Jamie Bierman, 17.355

First Heat Race (8-Laps): 1. King, 2. Abbott, 3. Lewis, 4. K. Vaughn, 5. B. Meek, 6. C. Meek.

Second Heat Race (8-Laps): 1. Allen, 2. Bierman, 3. Worrell, 4. Fiedler.

Six Sigma 25: 1. Jamie Bierman, 2. Collin Worrell, 3. Jesse Allen, 4. John King, 5. Justin Fiedler, 6. Bryan Meek, 7. Ruben Lewis, 8. Kevin Vaughn, 9. Max Abbott, 10. Chuck Meek, 11. Dennis Thompson (DNS), 12. Tim Crawford (DNS), 13. Travis Vaughn (DNS).

 

 

 

 

 



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