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Posted October 11th, 2018

ARCA/CRA Super Series Season Championship to be Decided Sunday at the Winchester 400

Entry List Continues to Grow With Top Drivers


Salem, IN (October 10, 2018) – The ARCA/CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS will conclude its 22nd season of competition with this Sunday’s running of the prestigious 47th Annual Winchester 400 Weekend Presented by Vore’s Welding & Steel on the famous High Banks of Winchester Speedway. This will be the 14th Winchester 400 that the ARCA/CRA Super Series has sanctioned since the 2003 season at Winchester Speedway.

2018 was the second season CRA has used the Chase for the Championship format to crown their Champions in all four of its series. Six drivers were locked into the final four ARCA/CRA Super Series Chase for the Championship events this season, after three of those events, Greg Van Alst and 2017 series Champion and Senneker Performance Rookie of the Year Logan Runyon were eliminated, giving four drivers a shot to win the 2018 series Championship. The four include Josh Brock, Austin Kunert, Hunter Jack and Jon Beach. The driver finishing the highest in Sunday’s Winchester 400 will be crowned the 2018 Champion.

After having to stop racing last year when on top the ARCA/CRA Super Series season Championship points because of an illness, Corbin, Kentucky’s Josh Brock is ready to race in Sunday’s Winchester 400 to try and take his place among the great drivers who call themselves ARCA/CRA Super Series Champions. Brock started the season off hot with a fifth place finish at Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville, then got his first ever ARCA/CRA Super Series win at Anderson Speedway on May 5th as well as his first EDCO Welding Fast Qualifier Award of the season in the same event. Brock has eight top 10 finishes out of the 10 series events so far this season, and five top five finishes including a third place finish at Kalamazoo Speedway.

Kunert has had a stellar rookie season with the ARCA/CRA Super Series, after three seasons competing with the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour. The Batavia, Illinois native leads the Senneker Performance Rookie of the Year points heading to Winchester over fellow rookie Beach. Kunert finished second to Brock at Anderson, and then picked up his first ever ARCA/CRA Super Series win at Kil-Kare Raceway on June 2nd. Kunert has six top 10 finishes to date, with four to five finishes including third place finishes at Baer Field Motorsports Park and the Labor Day Weekend event at Winchester Speedway.

Hunter Jack missed the final four in the 2017 Chase for the Championship with the ARCA/CRA Super Series, his goal for the 2018 season was to make that final four, which he has accomplished and now has his shot at the 2018 series Championship. The 2018 season started off rough for the Auburn, Indiana native, but he bounced back with a seventh place finish at Toledo Speedway in June, and has been competitive in every series event through the rest of the season to date. Jack has two top five finishes, both fourth place finishes, one at Baer Field and one on Labor Day Weekend at Winchester. Jack has five top 10 finishes to date as well.

Jon Beach had never raced a full season in any CRA division prior to the 2018 season. He had competed in select Vore’s Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman, JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour and ARCA/CRA Super Series over the past couple of seasons. The Watervliet, Michigan native decided to change that up for 2018, dedicating himself solely to the ARCA/CRA Super Series in a run for the series Championship and Senneker Performance Rookie of the Year Award. The smallest team of the final four, Beach has come to many races throughout the season with just two crew members to help him. Beach has five top 10 finishes to date with the series including three ninth place finishes, his best finish with the series to date at Bristol Motor Speedway, Kil-Kare, and in the series last event at Toledo Speedway.

The entry list has continued to grow for Sunday’s 47th Annual Winchester 400, there are 34 drivers entered to date, topped by 2016 event winner Travis Braden, he is the only previous event winner entered. Other top drivers entered include Steve Wallace, Donnie Wilson, Harrison Burton, Stephen Nasse, Jeff Choquette, Chandler Smith, Rapheal Lessard, Johnny VanDoorn, Dalton Armstrong, Chase Purdy, Tyler Ankrum, Mason Mingus and Eddie Van Meter.

The Winchester 400 is 400 laps counting cautions and is a 12 tire race. The event will once again feature Controlled Cautions in an effort to save teams the cost of bringing in professional pit crews. When a yellow comes out teams will have two laps to service their race car without losing laps or positions on pit road. Those cars will then line up behind the cars that did not pit at that yellow. Teams not getting out of the pits in the two laps will have to fall to the tail of the field and will risk losing laps. As in the past, teams will only be allowed to change a max of two tires per yellow.

The event will pay $16,000 to win plus bonuses, which includes $10,000 in lap leader money, which is $25 per lap led. There will be bonuses of $1000, $600 and $400 to the top three finishing traveling non-regular CRA teams. There is a $1000 bonus to the highest finishing Crate Engine car and another $1000 to the highest finishing driver who has never raced in the Winchester 400 before. In addition EDCO Welding will pay a $400 bonus to the events Fast Qualifier and Hamner Racing Engines will pay a $200 bonus to the driver who advances the most positions. As previously announced the Winchester 400 will be featured in a National TV Broadcast on MAV TV thanks to the support of Vore’s Welding & Steel, VanDoorn Racing Development and Hamner Racing Engines.

Pits open for the ARCA/CRA Super Series Winchester 400 teams on Saturday, October 13th at 8:00am, rotating practice for all divisions will begin at 10:45am. The ARCA/CRA Super Series teams will have a one hour practice session beginning at 11:05am and a one hour final practice session at 1:30pm on Saturday. EDCO Welding Pole Qualifying for the Winchester 400 will begin at 4:00pm on Saturday.

On Sunday, October 14th the pits will open at 9am. There will be an on track autograph session with all the Winchester 400 drivers starting at 12:30. Opening ceremonies will begin at 1:30 pm with the 47th Annual Winchester 400 taking the green flag at 2pm.

For those fans that cannot attend the Winchester 400 Weekend events, 51 TV Pay-Per-View will broadcast all the racing events on Friday, Saturday and Sunday of the Winchester 400 Weekend. Purchase the live Winchester 400 Weekend broadcast now at Speed51.com.

Additional track and event information can be found at www.winchesterspeedway.com.

More information on the ARCA/CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS is available at www.cra-racing.com.

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Posted October 10th, 2018

CRA Street Stocks 2018 Season Down to One Race for the Championship at Winchester Speedway

Salem, IN (October 9, 2018) – The Lawrence Towing CRA Street Stocks Powered by JEGS will finish its 2018 season this Saturday on the famous High Banks of Winchester Speedway. Saturday’s season Championship event will be part of the big 47th Annual Winchester 400 Weekend Presented by Vore’s Welding & Steel, one of the premier stock car events in the Midwest.

Saturday’s event will be the 11th point’s event of the season for the CRA Street Stocks. Series winners to date include Brett Hudson in the Five Crown Series opener at Shadybowl Speedway on April 21st, Chuck Barnes Jr., who won his second straight EDCO 50 at the Short Track U.S. Nationals at Bristol Motor Speedway on May 20th, Blake Hillard who won the series event on June 3rd at Salem Speedway, Josh Poore who won the second Five Crown Series event at Anderson Speedway on June 16th and Jake Hinton, who got his first ever CRA win at the series event on June 30th at Baer Field Motorsports Park.

James Kirby III won the fourth event in the Five Crown Series at Winchester Speedway on August 5th, Danny Adams who won his first ever CRA event on August 18th at Anderson Speedway, Jason Thompson who won the series event on Labor Day at Winchester Speedway and Jason Atkinson who won the series event at Anderson Speedway on September 15th. Kirby became the first two time winner in 2018 with his victory at the series Fall Brawl event at Lucas Oil Raceway on September 30th.

2018 was the second season CRA has used the Chase for the Championship format to crown their Champions in all four of its series. Eight series drivers were locked into the final four CRA Street Stocks Chase for the Championship events. After three of those events, four drivers, Danny Adams, Andrew Teepe, Justin Oberlin and Nathan Greene were eliminated, leaving four Chase for the Championship drivers, Atkinson, Kirby III, Jacob McElfresh and J.J. Schafer, to battle for the series Championship. The driver finishing the highest of those four in Saturday’s Season Championship event will be crowned the 2018 Champion.

Things begin for the Winchester 400 Weekend with an optional load in, hauler parking and pit pass purchases on Thursday, October 11th from 3 to 7pm. Pits open on Friday, October 12th at 10:30am with rotating practice for all divisions beginning at 2:30pm. Second round practice and Group Qualifying for the Vore’s Touring Compacts and the Vore’s Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman Series and Lawrence Towing CRA Street Stocks New Star events will start at 4:15pm. The JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Lisa Thomas Salon qualifying will start at 6pm. Racing action will begin at 7pm with 8 lap heat races for the Vores Touring Compacts. The JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Season Championship Winchester 100 Presented by JEGS.com will be up next. The Vores Touring Compacts 25 lap feature will follow that. The CRA Late Model Sportsman and CRA Street Stocks 25 lap New Star features will cap off the nights racing action.

Pits open on Saturday, October 13th at 8am, rotating practice for all divisions will begin at 10:45am. Second round practice and Group Qualifying for the CRA Late Model Sportsman Series and CRA Street Stocks will begin at 1:15pm. Qualifying for the ICAR Modifieds Run for the Gun will start at 3:30pm, EDCO Welding Pole Qualifying for the 47th Annual Winchester 400 for the ARCA/CRA Super Series will begin at 4pm. The race program will begin at 5pm on Saturday with the ICAR Modifieds Last Chance race if needed. The 50 lap CRA Late Model Sportsman Series Season Championship event will be up next. The ICAR Modifieds 50 lap Run for the Gun will follow. The 20 lap Thunder Roadsters will be next. The 50 lap CRA Street Stocks Season Championship event will cap off this huge night of racing. The Annual Winchester 400 Party in the Pavilion will start in immediately following the races with live music.

On Sunday, October 14th pits will open at 9am. There will be an on track autograph session with all the 47th Annual Winchester 400 drivers starting at 12:30. Opening ceremonies will begin at 1:30 pm with the 47th Annual Winchester 400 taking the green flag at 2pm.

For those fans that cannot attend the Winchester 400 Weekend events, 51 TV Pay-Per-View will broadcast all the racing events on Friday, Saturday and Sunday of the Winchester 400 Weekend. Purchase the live Winchester 400 Weekend broadcast now at Speed51.com.

Winchester 400 Weekend will be featured in a National TV Broadcast on MAV TV thanks to the support of Vore’s Welding & Steel, VanDoorn Racing Development and Hamner Racing Engines. The event as a whole will air as part of Speed51’s Short Track America program. The focus of the production will be centered on the ARCA/CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS Winchester 400. Other series racing that weekend will also receive recognition and exposure in the broadcast, as well as the winners from each of those events leading up to the running of the main event…the 47th Annual Winchester 400.

Additional track and event information can be found at www.winchesterspeedway.com.

For more information on all the CRA series go to www.cra-racing.com.

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Posted October 9th, 2018

CRA Late Model Sportsman Championship to be Decided Saturday at Winchester Speedway

Salem, IN (October 9, 2018) – The Vore’s Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman Powered by JEGS will continue its 2018 season this Saturday on the famous High Banks of Winchester Speedway. Saturday’s season Championship event will be part of the big 47th Annual Winchester 400 Weekend Presented by Vore’s Welding & Steel, one of the premier stock car events in the Midwest.

Saturday’s race will be the series tenth and final event of the season. The Vore’s Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman kicked off their 2018 season at Mt. Lawn Speedway, on May 27th were Danny Trent went to victory lane. The series second event was contested on Saturday, June 23rd at Baer Field Motorsports Park were Tommy Cook got the win. The third event was the first Triple Crown event at Mt. Lawn Speedway on July 1st were Jeff Marcum got the win. Marcum made it two in a row with the win in the second Triple Crown race Anderson Speedway on July 14th.

Marcum made it three series wins in a row with the win at Anderson Speedway on July 28th. Hunter Jack got the win in the final Triple Crown Series event at Baer Field Motorsports Park on August 18th. 2016 series Champion Eddie Van Meter got the win in the series event on September 3rd at Winchester Speedway. Kent Baledge got his first ever CRA victory in the series event at Anderson Speedway on September 15th. 2007 series Champion Billy Hutson won the series CRA Fall Brawl event at Lucas Oil Raceway on September 30th.

2018 was the second season CRA has used the Chase for the Championship format to crown their Champions in all four of its series. Six series drivers were locked into the final four CRA Late Model Sportsman Chase for the Championship events. After three of those events, two drivers, Zachary Tinkle and Neil McClelland, were eliminated, leaving four Chase for the Championship drivers Billy Hutson, Brandon Varney, Tony Brutti and Chris Shannon to battle for the series Championship. The driver finishing the highest of those four in Saturday’s Season Championship event will be crowned the 2018 Champion.

Things begin for the Winchester 400 Weekend with an optional load in, hauler parking and pit pass purchases on Thursday, October 11th from 3 to 7pm. Pits open on Friday, October 12th at 10:30am with rotating practice for all divisions beginning at 2:30pm. Second round practice and Group Qualifying for the Vore’s Touring Compacts and the Vore’s Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman Series and Lawrence Towing CRA Street Stocks New Star events will start at 4:15pm. The JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Lisa Thomas Salon qualifying will start at 6pm. Racing action will begin at 7pm with 8 lap heat races for the Vores Touring Compacts. The JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Season Championship Winchester 100 Presented by JEGS.com will be up next. The Vores Touring Compacts 25 lap feature will follow that. The CRA Late Model Sportsman and CRA Street Stocks 25 lap New Star features will cap off the nights racing action.

Pits open on Saturday, October 13th at 8am, rotating practice for all divisions will begin at 10:45am. Second round practice and Group Qualifying for the CRA Late Model Sportsman Series and CRA Street Stocks will begin at 1:15pm. Qualifying for the ICAR Modifieds Run for the Gun will start at 3:30pm, EDCO Welding Pole Qualifying for the 47th Annual Winchester 400 for the ARCA/CRA Super Series will begin at 4pm. The race program will begin at 5pm on Saturday with the ICAR Modifieds Last Chance race if needed. The 50 lap CRA Late Model Sportsman Series Season Championship event will be up next. The ICAR Modifieds 50 lap Run for the Gun will follow. The 20 lap Thunder Roadsters will be next. The 50 lap CRA Street Stocks Season Championship event will cap off this huge night of racing. The Annual Winchester 400 Party in the Pavilion will start in immediately following the races with live music.

On Sunday, October 14th pits will open at 9am. There will be an on track autograph session with all the 47th Annual Winchester 400 drivers starting at 12:30. Opening ceremonies will begin at 1:30 pm with the 47th Annual Winchester 400 taking the green flag at 2pm.

For those fans that cannot attend the Winchester 400 Weekend events, 51 TV Pay-Per-View will broadcast all the racing events on Friday, Saturday and Sunday of the Winchester 400 Weekend. Purchase the live Winchester 400 Weekend broadcast now at Speed51.com.

Winchester 400 Weekend will be featured in a National TV Broadcast on MAV TV thanks to the support of Vore’s Welding & Steel, VanDoorn Racing Development and Hamner Racing Engines. The event as a whole will air as part of Speed51’s Short Track America program. The focus of the production will be centered on the ARCA/CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS Winchester 400. Other series racing that weekend will also receive recognition and exposure in the broadcast, as well as the winners from each of those events leading up to the running of the main event…the 47th Annual Winchester 400.

Additional track and event information can be found at www.winchesterspeedway.com.

More information on the CRA series is available at www.cra-racing.com.

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Posted September 28th, 2018

Lots of Talent in the Early Entries for the 47th Annual Winchester 400

Advanced Entry Deadline is October 1st

Salem, IN (September 27, 2018) – There are already several of the top racers from around the country entered for the upcoming 47th Annual Winchester 400 Presented by Vore’s Welding and Steel, which takes place on the famous High Banks of Winchester Speedway in Winchester, Indiana on Sunday, October 14th. The ARCA/CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS sanctioned event is one of the top short track events in the country. Some of the past winners since CRA began sanctioning the event include names like Kyle Busch, Chase Elliott, Erik Jones, David Stremme, Ross Kenseth, Scott Hantz, Brian Ross, Travis Braden, Ryan Lawler, Boris Jurkovic, Bobby Parsley, and last year’s winner Noah Gragson.

To date, 2016 Winchester 400 winner Travis Braden is the only former event winner entered for the 400, but there are several great drivers looking to be able to stand in Winchester 400 victory lane holding the rifle. Two time ARCA/CRA Super Series Champion Braden has been racing full-time with the ARCA Racing Series in 2018, where he is fifth in points with four top five finishes.

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series competitor Harrison Burton, son of former NASCAR competitor and now NBC NASCAR racing commentator Jeff Burton, looked to have last year’s Winchester 400 won until having to come to pit road on lap 393 with broken wheel studs, which ended his day. Burton is entered to try and get that victory that eluded him last year.

2018 CRA SpeedFest winner Chandler Smith is entered looking to improve upon his third place finish in last year’s 400. The Georgia native has been racing mostly with the ARCA Racing Series in 2018, were he has two wins so far this season.

Kyle Busch Motorsports late model racer Rapheal Lessard is entered to try and pick up another big victory in 2018. The Canadian racer won the Super Late Model event with the Short Track U.S. Nationals at Bristol Motor Speedway in May and won the Redbud 400 at Anderson Speedway in July. Lessard led 46 laps of the 2016 400 before his day ended with a wreck on lap 395.

California racer Tyler Ankrum is entered to compete in his first 400. Ankrum picked up his first CRA win in the ARCA/CRA Super Series Glass City event at Toledo Speedway on September 15th. Ankrum is the 2018 NASCAR K & N Pro East Series Champion, he got four wins with that series this season.

Steve Wallace, son of NASCAR legend Rusty Wallace, is entered to make a return to the 400 in hopes of claiming the 400 rifle trophy. The 2017 Redbud 400 winner finished in fourth place in last year’s 400.

Former Southern Super Series Champion Donnie Wilson is entered. The Oklahoma native always has a fast car at Winchester, he just needs some good luck to get him to victory lane.

The Jett Motorsports Team is bringing a pair of Florida natives to try and get their first Winchester 400 win. Steve Nasse has several 400 starts, including a fifth place finish in last year’s event. Jeff Choquette, a two time CRA SpeedFest winner, will be making his Winchester debut, but is always a threat to get the win.

Three time ARCA/CRA Super Series Champion Johnny VanDoorn is the series all-time winner at Winchester Speedway with five wins, he is entered for this year’s 400 seeking his first victory in that prestigious event. VanDoorn has one series win in 2018, which was at Kalamazoo Speedway.

Georgia native Corey Heim is entered to compete in his first ever Winchester 400. He is currently third in Southern Super Series points.

The four Chase for the Championship drivers who will compete for the 2018 ARCA/CRA Super Series Championship in the Winchester 400 are entered including Josh Brock, who picked up his first series win in May at Anderson Speedway, Senneker Performance Rookie of the Year points leader Austin Kunert, who picked up his first series win at Kil-Kare Raceway in June, Hunter Jack and fellow rookie Jon Beach.

Other top CRA drivers entered for the 400 include 2017 Winchester Labor Day Weekend series winner Dalton Armstrong, 2016 400 runner-up Eddie Van Meter, 2017 JEGS/CRA All- Stars Tour Champion Jack Dossey III who got a series high second place finish at Winchester on Labor Day, 2014 JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Champion Dan Leeck, 2017 JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Rookie of the Year and 2017 JEGS Tour Labor Day Weekend Winchester event winner Carson Hocevar, Kyle Crump who led the first 90 laps of the series Winchester race on Labor Day, Greg Van Alst and Michael Simko.

Teams are reminded that this Monday, October 1st is the last day teams can enter in advance for the Winchester 400. Teams entering after that date will have to pay an additional $50 for a late entry. The entire 47th Annual Winchester 400 entry list will be released on the CRA web site early next week.

The Winchester 400 is 400 laps counting cautions and is a 12 tire race. The event will once again feature Controlled Cautions in an effort to save teams the cost of bringing in professional pit crews. When a yellow comes out teams will have two laps to service their race car without losing laps or positions on pit road. Those cars will then line up behind the cars that did not pit at that yellow. Teams not getting out of the pits in the two laps will have to fall to the tail of the field and will risk losing laps. As in the past, teams will only be allowed to change a max of two tires per yellow.

The event will pay $16,000 to win plus bonuses, which includes $10,000 in lap leader money, which is $25 per lap led. There will be bonuses of $1000, $600 and $400 to the top three finishing traveling non-regular CRA teams. There is a $1000 bonus to the highest finishing Crate Engine car and another $1000 to the highest finishing driver who has never raced in the Winchester 400 before. In addition EDCO Welding will pay a $400 bonus to the events Fast Qualifier and Hamner Racing Engines will pay a $200 bonus to the driver who advances the most positions. As previously announced the Winchester 400 will be featured in a National TV Broadcast on MAV TV.

Pits open on Saturday, October 13th at 8:00am, rotating practice for all divisions will begin at 10:45am. The ARCA/CRA Super Series teams will have a one hour practice session beginning at 11:05am and a one hour final practice session at 1:30pm on Saturday. EDCO Welding Pole Qualifying for the Winchester 400 will begin at 4:00pm on Saturday.

On Sunday, October 14th the pits will open at 9am. There will be an on track autograph session with all the Winchester 400 drivers starting at 12:30. Opening ceremonies will begin at 1:30 pm with the 47th Annual Winchester 400 taking the green flag at 2pm.

Additional track and event information can be found at www.winchesterspeedway.com.

The Winchester 400 entry form and more information on all the CRA Series is available at www.cra-racing.com.

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Posted September 11th, 2018

Winchester 400 Weekend to be Featured in National TV Broadcast on MAV TV

Vore’s Welding and Steel to be Weekend Presenting Sponsor with Additional TV Support from VanDoorn and Hamner


Winchester, IN – September 11, 2018 – Winchester Speedway announced today that the 47th Annual Winchester 400 Weekend will be featured in a National TV Broadcast on MAV TV. The event as a whole will air as part of Speed51’s Short Track America program. The focus of the production will be centered on the ARCA/CRA Super Series powered by JEGS Winchester 400. Other series racing that weekend will also receive recognition and exposure in the broadcast, as well as the winners from each of those events leading up to the running of the main event…the 47th Annual Winchester 400.

Racing takes place October 12-14 and features action from the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour powered by JEGS, the Vore’s Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman, the Lawrence Towing CRA Street Stocks, I-CAR All Star Modified Tour and the Vore’s Compact Touring Series. All of this racing action over Friday and Saturday, leads up to Sunday’s 47th running of the Winchester 400 for the ARCA/CRA Super Series powered by JEGS super late models…where one driver could walk away with a purse check of over $28,000.

A collection of sponsors are assisting with making the broadcast possible, led by long time short track racing supporter Steve Vore, through his business, Vore’s Welding and Steel. His company will serve as the presenting sponsor for the entire weekend. “I love Winchester Speedway and short track racers,” Vore noted. “With Vore’s Welding and Steel Inc. serving Western Ohio and Eastern Indiana, it was a perfect fit to sponsor this event. My hope was to include a deal with MAV TV to broadcast the 400 Weekend. By doing this, it could benefit not only short track racers, but also their sponsors now and in the future.”

Joining Vore’s Welding and Steel in sponsor support of the Winchester 400 are VanDoorn Racing Development and Hamner Racing Engines. Both are late model industry leaders in chassis construction and racing engines respectively. Johnny VanDoorn of VanDoorn Racing Development commented, “Butch and I are thrilled to be a part of bringing all the action from Winchester 400 weekend to a National Television audience. There is no other race like it in the world, and it is time for the rest of the world to see how special this event is for Super Late Models and all the other divisions as part of the weekend.”

For Jeff Hamner, of Hamner Racing Engines, reasons for supporting the Winchester 400 broadcast were very similar. “I really wanted to support the racers getting exposure in this effort,” Hamner commented. “Something like this is great for the event, the track and the community…but more importantly the racers. We are happy that we can be a part of helping bring about this type of exposure for everyone!”

The broadcast of the Winchester 400 Weekend presented by Vore’s Welding and Steel will air on Wednesday November 21st on MAV TV. For those who’s cable company might not carry MAV TV, the show will also air on Lucas Oil Racing TV through their website lucasoilracing.tv.

Champion Racing Associations (CRA) R. J. Scott noted, “What a wonderful opportunity for the racers and fans alike to come be a part of all the action at the track, and then get to see themselves about a month later on national TV. We appreciate all the groups coming together to make this happen. Its time for the rest of the world to see what happens among the cornfields outside Winchester, Indiana in the Fall. The camping, parties, and music are all part of the fun that lead up to one of the most exciting events in all of short track racing…the legendary Winchester 400!”

For those who are unable to be on site for the Winchester 400 Weekend presented by Vore’s Welding and Steel, Speed51 will once again be covering all the racing action in their live pay per view. They will also be covering the event with their popular on-line “Trackside Now.”

Winchester Speedway owner Charlie Shaw cemented everyone’s feeling with his thoughts. “This National TV exposure is something that we’ve wanted for a while now, and it comes at a great time. We are just finishing up our conversion from wood bleachers to aluminum bleachers, so fans at the track and at home will really see the improvement in the facility. This entire Winchester 400 Weekend is so special to so many people, and I really appreciate all these sponsors coming on board to make all of this happen!”

Additional information can be found at the websites of all the partners:

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Posted September 4th, 2018

World Stock Car Festival Results


JEGS CRA ALL STARS TOUR 100 LAP FEATURE


PLACE CAR NUMBER NAME LAPS
1 29 Mason Keller #C 100
2 28 Jack Smith 100
3 14 Corey Deuser 100
4 12 Dan Leeck 100
5 40 Jordan Miller 100
6 23 Mandy Chick #C 100
7 7 Robbie Pyle 98
8 5H Tyler Hufford #C 77
9 91 Rich Segvich 75
10 20 Jack Dossey III #C 71
11 77 Brandon Varney 62
12 44 Colby Lane 27
13 5 Michael Clancy, Jr #C 11
14 23B Eddie VanMeter 10
15 54 Brandon Oakley
DNS 23V Billy VanMeter
DNS 51 Rick Turner

VCTS 20 Lap Feature


PLACE CAR NUMBER NAME LAPS
1 71 Trent Gossar 20
2 0 Tom Gossar, Jr 20
3 133 Jess Drook 20
4 07 Steve Vore 20
5 15 Andy Jennings 20
6 9T Nicholas Meade 20
7 82 Harvey Yoder 20
8 01 David Mehl 20
9 8 Joe Jennings 20
10 95 David Yoder 20
11 62 Yogi Metz 19
12 67 Rob Rehm 19
13 31 JR Vester 19
14 53 Tommy Dilg 19
15 4d Jamie Drook 19
16 27 Bo Hoelscher 19
17 7c Ron Masters 19
18 33 Justin Brown 18
19 5 Brett Smith 18
20 6 Chris Jennings 16
21 91R Brian Slavey 15
22 18X Danny Murdock 15
23 85 Phil Iliff 13
24 18 Gary Eaton, Jr 7
25 4 Terry Eaton, Jr 6
26 13 Mark Jennings 5
27 11R Corey Slavey

ARCA CRA Super Series 100 Lap Feature


PLACE CAR NUMBER NAME LAPS
1 54 Jeff Fultz 100
2 20 Jack Dossey III 100
3 29 Austin Kunert #C 100
4 41 Hunter Jack #C 100
5 58 Tyler Ankrum 100
6 17 Josh Brock #C 100
7 51L Raphael Lessard 100
8 26 Rick Turner 100
9 5M Mason Mingus 96
10 63 J.P. Crabtree 96
11 1 Jon Beach #C 95
12 131 Kyle Crump 91
13 22 Scott Whitehouse 71
14 23 Eddie VanMeter 69
15 81 Terry Fisher, Jr 57
16 6 Logan Runyon #C 52
17 91 Rich Segvich 35
18 4 Dalton Armstrong 17
19 35 Greg Van Alst #C 3

ICAR Modifieds 40 Lap Feature


PLACE CAR NUMBER NAME LAPS
1 13 Kyle Purvis 40
2 57 Tyler Nuckles 40
3 5 Danny Jackson 40
4 19 Steve Arnold 40
5 7D Matt Dimit 40
6 26 Jeff Lane 40
7 77 Kevin Doran 39
8 12 Josh Nester 39
9 88 Adam Keesling 38
10 14 Donnie Skaggs 31
11 05 Greg Fullerton 17
12 71 LB Skaggs 13
13 09 Don Skaggs 8
DNS 28 Shawn Amor

Vore's Welding CRA LMS 40 Lap Feature


PLACE CAR NUMBER NAME LAPS
1 23 Eddie VanMeter 40
2 9 Tony Brutti #C 40
3 00 Billy Hutson #C 40
4 77 Brandon Varney #C 40
5 23B Billy VanMeter 40
6 38 KC Spillers 40
7 24 Cory Setser 40
8 73 Neal McClelland #C 40
9 53 Zachary Tinkle #C 37
10 32 Chris Shannon #C 33
11 63 J.P. Crabtree 30
12 41 Tanner Jack 27
13 91 Rich Segvich 20
14 69 RJ Norton, Jr 18
15 84 Shawn Amor

Lawrence Towing Street Stocks 40 Lap Feature


PLACE CAR NUMBER NAME LAPS
1 28 Jason Thompson 40
2 11 Jimmy Kirby 40
3 73 Jason Atkinson #C 40
4 57 Danny Adams #C 40
5 3 Jacob mcElfresh #C 40
6 68 J.J. Schafer #C 40
7 84 Andrew Teepe #C 40
8 23 Thomas Skiles 40
9 21 Calvin Parham 40
10 66 Justin Oberlin #C 40
11 68D John Schafer 40
12 7 Bobby Comer 40
13 96 Nick Kronenberg 40
14 17 Josh Lank 39
15 22 James Kirby #C 39
16 54 Nathan Greene #C 23
17 9 Jacob Hinton 18
18 89 Josh Sage 18
19 63 Jaren Crabtree 6
20 55 Phil Jenkins
DNS 22L Brian Lewis

VCTS 30 Lap Feature


PLACE CAR NUMBER NAME LAPS
1 133 Jess Drook 30
2 71 Trent Gossar 30
3 18 Gary Eaton, Jr 30
4 07 Steve Vore 30
5 4 Terry Eaton, Jr 30
6 9T Nicholas Meade 30
7 82 Harvey Yoder 30
8 8 Joe Jennings 30
9 01 David Mehl 30
10 62 Yogi Metz 30
11 4d Jamie Drook 30
12 95 David Yoder 29
13 67 Rob Rehm 29
14 5 Brett Smith 29
15 53 Tommy Dilg 29
16 31 JR Vester 28
17 85 Phil Iliff 27
18 27 Bo Hoelscher 25
19 15 Andy Jennings 23
20 0 Tom Gossar, Jr 22
21 18X Danny Murdock 22
22 24 Austin Stoll 21
23 33 Justin Brown 20
24 7c Ron Masters 12
25 11R Corey Slavey 6
26 6 Chris Jennings
27 13 Mark Jennings
28 91R Brian Slavey

Thunder Roadsters 20 Lap Feature


PLACE CAR NUMBER NAME LAPS
1 63 Chad Cory 20
2 18 Dave Osborn 20
3 20 Doug Dugger 20
4 5 Gregg Cory 20
5 25 Rodney Oliver 20
6 24 Jason Powers 19
7 43 Bob Lemons 18
8 17 Ed Klingman 18
9 1 Schuler 13
10 26 Clayton Gains 8
DNS 4 Albers Wright
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Posted August 31st, 2018

CRA Street Stocks Begin Chase for the Championship Monday at Winchester


Salem, IN (August 31, 2018) – The Lawrence Towing CRA Street Stocks Powered by JEGS will begin its Chase for the Championship this Monday on the famous High Banks of Winchester Speedway as part of the Labor Day Weekend World Stock Car Festival, one of the biggest stock car events held each year in Central Indiana. The weekend will feature exciting racing action from the ARCA/CRA Super Series, JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Presented by Chevrolet Performance, ICAR Modifieds, Vore’s Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman, Lawrence Towing CRA Street Stocks, Vores Touring Compacts and Thunder Roadsters. Camping will be available all weekend and there will also be the annual Sunday night party in the pavilion featuring live music.

Sunday’s event will be the eighth point’s event of the season for the CRA Street Stocks. Series winners to date include Brett Hudson in the Five Crown Series opener at Shadybowl Speedway on April 21st, Chuck Barnes Jr., who won his second straight EDCO 50 at the Short Track U.S. Nationals at Bristol Motor Speedway on May 20th, Blake Hillard who won the series event on June 3rd at Salem Speedway, Josh Poore who won the second Five Crown Series event at Anderson Speedway on June 16th, Jake Hinton who got his first ever CRA win at the series event on June 30th at Baer Field Motorsports Park, James Kirby III won the fourth event in the Five Crown Series at Winchester Speedway on August 5th, and Danny Adams who won his first ever CRA event on August 18th at Anderson Speedway.

The series will begin its Chase for the Championship on Monday, 2018 will be the second season the series has used this playoff style format to crown its Champion. The second event of the Chase will be at Anderson Speedway on September 15th, the third event will be at Lucas Oil Raceway on September 30th, with the final Championship event on Saturday, October 13th on Winchester 400 Weekend.

The drivers earning the right to compete over the next three point events to be in the final four drivers to compete for the series Championship on Winchester 400 weekend include Kirby III and Adams with their victories, plus Jacob McElfresh, Nathan Greene, J.J. Schafer, Justin Oberlin, Andrew Teepe and Jason Atkinson.

There will be an open practice for all divisions on Saturday, pits open at 10am, and rotating practice will go from 1pm until 5pm. There will be security at the track all weekend so teams can leave their equipment in the track. Pits open on Sunday at 8am, practice will begin at 10am with qualifying starting at 3pm. Racing action on Sunday will begin at 5pm and will include heat races for the ICAR Modifieds, CRA Late Model Sportsman, CRA Street Stocks, Thunder Roadsters and the Vores Touring Compacts. The Winchester 100 Presented by JEGS.com for the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour will be the first feature of the night and will be followed by a 20 lap feature for the Vores Touring Compacts. The traditional Sunday night party will begin after the racing is completed.

Pits open on Monday at 10am. The first of six feature events will start at 1pm with the 20 lap Thunder Roadsters feature, then the 40 lap CRA Late Model Sportsman feature, then the 100 lap ARCA/CRA Super Series feature, then the 40 lap ICAR Modifieds feature, then the 30 lap Vores Touring Compacts feature, with the 40 lap CRA Street Stocks feature ending the day.

Additional track and event information can be found at www.winchesterspeedway.com.

For more information on all the CRA series go to www.cra-racing.com.

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Posted August 30th, 2018

ARCA/CRA Super Series Chase for the Championship Continues on the Famous High Banks of Winchester Speedway


Salem, IN. (August 30, 2018) – The ARCA/CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS will continue its 2018 Chase for the Championship this Monday on the famous High Banks of Winchester Speedway as part of the Labor Day Weekend World Stock Car Festival, one of the biggest stock car events held each year in Central Indiana. The weekend will feature exciting racing action from the ARCA/CRA Super Series, JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Presented by Chevrolet Performance, ICAR Modifieds, Vore’s Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman, Lawrence Towing CRA Street Stocks, Vores Touring Compacts and Thunder Roadsters. Camping will be available all weekend and there will also be the annual Sunday night party in the pavilion featuring live music.

This event always brings out the best of CRA and some of the best drivers from around the country as they prepare for the 47th Annual Winchester 400, which will take place on Sunday, October 14th. Kyle Busch Motorsports driver Noah Gragson won last year’s exciting Winchester 400. The ARCA/CRA Super Series has had 47 events to date at Winchester Speedway. Three time ARCA/CRA Super Series Champion Johnny VanDoorn is the series all- time winner at Winchester Speedway with five wins.

Josh Brock currently leads the 2018 Chase for the Championship points of the six drivers trying to win the series 2018 Championship. With non-Chase driver VanDoorn winning the series 2018 Chase for the Championship opener at Kalamazoo Speedway on August 8th, points will be very important over the next two Chase events as only the top four drivers will get to compete for the series 2018 Championship in the Winchester 400.

Senneker Performance Rookie of the Year point’s leader Austin Kunert is second in Chase points, he is eight points behind Brock. Fellow rookie Jon Beach is in third place, he is 10 points behind Kunert. Hunter Jack is in fourth place, he is two points behind Beach. 2017 series Champion and Rookie of the Year Logan Runyon is in fifth place, he is four points behind Jack. Greg Van Alst is in sixth place, he is six points behind Runyon. All six of the Chase drivers are entered for Monday’s event.

Other top CRA drivers entered includes defending event winner Dalton Armstrong, three time series Champion Scott Hantz, two time series winner Eddie Van Meter, 2017 JEGS/CRA All- Stars Tour event winner Kyle Crump, 2017 JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Champion Jack Dossey III, former series winner Terry Fisher Jr., J.P. Crabtree, Rich Segvich and former series competitor Scott Whitehouse who will be making his 2018 series debut.

Former ARCA/CRA Super Series Winchester winner Rick Turner is entered. Turner, the series all-time leader in starts, semi-retired at the end of last season, but will make his first series start of the season on Monday.

Former two-time series Labor Day event winner Jeff Fultz is entered. The Mooresville, North Carolina native is a former regular competitor on the High Banks in several divisions prior to moving to North Carolina to further his racing career. Fultz will have his Fury Race Car ready to try for a third series Labor Day Weekend win.

Several drivers from around the country are entered to prepare for the upcoming Winchester 400 including Kyle Busch Motorsports racer Rapheal Lessard, who picked up a series win at Bristol Motor Speedway in May and won the Redbud 400 at Anderson Speedway in July. NASCAR Xfininity driver and former CRA Winchester winner Kyle Benjamin will practice and qualify the car for Lessard, who will be racing in Canada on Sunday. Lessard will travel from Canada to Winchester on Monday to start at the rear of the field in an effort to get more experience for the Winchester 400.

Former series competitor Mason Mingus is entered to get ready for the Winchester 400. The Tennessee native will be driving a car for famed Crew Chief Ritchie Wauters. Mingus is a former ARCA Racing Series and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series competitor who now does his racing in big Super Late Model events around the country now.

California racer Tyler Ankrum is entered. Ankrum is the current point’s leader in the NASCAR K & N Pro East Series and has three wins so far this season with that series.

There will be an open practice for all divisions on Saturday, pits open at 10am, and rotating practice will go from 1pm until 5pm. There will be security at the track all weekend so teams can leave their equipment in the track. Pits open on Sunday at 8am, practice will begin at 10am with qualifying starting at 3pm. Racing action on Sunday will begin at 5pm and will include heat races for the ICAR Modifieds, CRA Late Model Sportsman, CRA Street Stocks, Thunder Roadsters and the Vores Touring Compacts. The Winchester 100 Presented by JEGS.com for the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour will be the first feature of the night and will be followed by a 20 lap feature for the Vores Touring Compacts. The traditional Sunday night party will begin after the racing is completed.

Pits open on Monday at 10am. The first of six feature events will start at 1pm with the 20 lap Thunder Roadsters feature, then the 40 lap CRA Late Model Sportsman feature, then the 100 lap ARCA/CRA Super Series feature, then the 40 lap ICAR Modifieds feature, then the 30 lap Vores Touring Compacts feature, with the 40 lap CRA Street Stocks feature ending the day.

Additional track and event information can be found at www.winchesterspeedway.com.

More information on all the CRA series is available at www.cra-racing.com.

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Posted August 30th, 2018

JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Championship Chase Begins Sunday at Winchester Speedway


Salem, IN. (August 29, 2018) – The JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Presented by Chevrolet Performance will return to action this Sunday on the Famous High Banks of Winchester Speedway, located in Winchester, Indiana. The event will be part of the Labor Day Weekend World Stock Car Festival, one of the biggest stock car events held each year in Central Indiana. The weekend will feature exciting racing action from the ARCA/CRA Super Series Powered by JEGS, JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Presented by Chevrolet Performance, ICAR Modifieds, Vore’s Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman, Lawrence Towing CRA Street Stocks, Vores Touring Compacts and Thunder Roadsters. Camping will be available all weekend and there will also be the annual Sunday night party in the pavilion featuring live music.

The series opened its 2018 season at Birch Run Speedway on April 29th were Michigan veteran Brian Campbell picked up the victory. The series second event was the Short Track U.S. Nationals at Bristol Motor Speedway on May 18th were Josh Reeves came away with the victory. Bubba Pollard won the series third event of the season, the Masters of the Pro’s 200 on June 8th at Birch Run Speedway. Cole Williams was victorious in the series event on June 16th at Salem Speedway. Campbell returned to victory lane in the series event on June 30th at Baer Field Motorsports Park. 2017 series Rookie of the Year Carson Hocevar got his first series win of the season on August 4th at Auto City Speedway. Campbell picked up his third series win of the season in the series last event on August 11th at Berlin Raceway.

The series will begin its Chase for the Championship Sunday in the Winchester 100 Presented by JEGS.com. 2018 will be the second season the series has used this playoff style format to crown its Champion. The event scheduled for last Saturday at Owosso Speedway was supposed to be the first event of the Chase for the Championship for the series, but that event was cancelled because of weather. The second event now in the Chase will be at Lucas Oil Raceway on September 30th, with the final Championship event on Friday, October 12th on Winchester 400 Weekend.

The drivers earning the right to compete over the next two point events to be in the final four drivers to compete for the series Championship on Winchester 400 weekend include three time 2018 winner Brian Campbell, 2017 series Champion Jack Dossey III, DGR-Crosley Rookie of the Year points leader Mason Keller, Mandy Chick, Michael Clancy Jr., rookie Tyler Hufford, and Trever McCoy. Currently only five of those drivers are entered for Winchester including Dossey III, Keller, Chick, Hufford and McCoy.

Other CRA competitors entered for Sunday’s race include former JEGS Tour Winchester winners Jack Smith, Brandon Oakley and Corey Deuser, 2014 series Champion Dan Leeck, former ASA National Tour competitor Robbie Pyle, Vore’s Welding CRA Late Model Sportsman Winchester winner Billy Van Meter, 2017 Lawrence Towing CRA Street Stock Champion Colby Lane, 2018 Bristol Motor Speedway second place finisher Jordan Miller, Josh Smith and Rich Segvich.

Rick Turner, the all-time starts leader with the ARCA/CRA Super Series, is entered for Sunday’s race in his own #51 car as he seeks to get his JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour victory. This will be Turner’s second ever start with the series as a driver, his car has raced in other series events with Stephen Nasse behind the wheel.

There will be an open practice for all divisions on Saturday, pits open at 10am, and rotating practice will go from 1pm until 5pm. There will be security at the track all weekend so teams can leave their equipment in the track. Pits open on Sunday at 8am, practice will begin at 10am with qualifying starting at 3pm. Racing action on Sunday will begin at 5pm and will include heat races for the ICAR Modifieds, CRA Late Model Sportsman, CRA Street Stocks, Thunder Roadsters and the Vores Touring Compacts. The Winchester 100 Presented by JEGS.com for the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour will be the first feature of the night and will be followed by a 20 lap feature for the Vores Touring Compacts. The traditional Sunday night party will begin after the racing is completed.

Pits open on Monday at 10am. The first of six feature events will start at 1pm with the 20 lap Thunder Roadsters feature, then the 40 lap CRA Late Model Sportsman feature, then the 100 lap ARCA/CRA Super Series feature, then the 40 lap ICAR Modifieds feature, then the 30 lap Vores Touring Compacts feature, with the 40 lap CRA Street Stocks feature ending the day.

More information on Winchester Speedway is available at www.winchesterspeedway.com.

More information on the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Presented by Chevrolet Performance is available at www.cra-racing.com.

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Posted August 7th, 2018

James Kirby III Rings the Winners Bell in the Bi-Centennial 200 at Winchester Speedway


Salem, IN (August 6, 2018) – Indianapolis, Indiana’s James Kirby III didn’t have the fastest car most of Sunday’s Bi-Centennial 200 Lawrence Towing CRA Street Stocks Powered by JEGS Five Crown Series event on the famous High Banks of Winchester Speedway, he patently saved his car until it counted, taking the lead on lap 176 and cruised to the win, his second ever series victory, the first since July of 2016.

“The car didn’t really come in until the last 50 laps,” Kirby remarked in victory lane. “It was a great feeling to race my dad for the win here. I love racing at Winchester Speedway, and now I’m a Five Crown 200 lap feature winner!”

Josh Poore grabbed the early lead from his pole starting position after Allstar Performance Fast Qualifier Danny Adams drew a nine for the events inverted start. The events first caution fell on lap 38 when Baer Field Motorsports Park event winner Jake Hinton had an engine let go, he spun in his own oil and hit the turn one wall hard. Hinton was okay, but he was done for the day.

On the next restart, after an extensive cleanup of the oil on the track, Jimmy Kirby, James’s father, grabbed the lead from Poore on lap 53. Poore’s day came to an end on lap 84 with the events second caution when he made hard contact with the turn four wall, destroying the right side of his car, Poore was okay, but his day was also done.

Jimmy Kirby kept the lead on the next restart until the checkers flew for the lap 100 halfway break. At the break teams were allowed to change up to two tires and relined up by how many tires they took. Of the lead lap cars, J.J Schafer didn’t take any and Calvin Parham only took one, putting them on the front row for the second half restart.

Parham got the lead bringing Jimmy Kirby with him into second on lap 101. James Kirby restarted seventh on the second half restart, after patiently making laps and staying out of trouble the first 100. The events third caution fell on lap 105 for debris on the track.

Parham kept the lead on the next restart while James Kirby started working patiently working his way to the front. Parham and Jimmy Kirby battled for several laps with Parham keeping the lead. James Kirby started heading to the front about lap 150. He first passed his father for second, and then set his sights on leader Parham. As the two hit lap traffic, James Kirby was able to use it to his advantage passing Parham for the lead on lap 176. Kirby quickly built a good lead over the fading Parham.

The events fourth and last caution fell on lap 193 when Parham got into the front stretch wall, setting up a five lap shoot out for the win between James Kirby, father Jimmy and third place Jacob McElfresh, the Five Crown point’s leader coming into Sunday’s race.

James Kirby quickly pulled away to keep the lead at the drop of the green flag, McElfresh was able to get around Jimmy Kirby for second, but didn’t have anything for James Kirby as he cruised to the win by just over a second. Kirby collected the $3,500 first place payoff and picked up the Racers Parts Wholesale Sweet Move of the Race Award for his pass of Parham to grab the lead. With the win James Kirby has now locked himself into the Chase for the Championship, Brett Hudson is the other driver locked in with his win earlier in the season.

McElfresh finished in second and picked up the AR Bodies Cool Move of the Race Award. Jimmy Kirby would finish in third place, those three were the only cars on the lead lap.

Iowa native Mike Todd finished in fourth place three laps down. Schafer finished in fifth place six laps down. Jason Atkinson was sixth, Brian Hopkins seventh, Parham eighth, Bobby Schisler ninth and Nathan Greene tenth.

With the promotion of the Bi-Centennial celebration of Winchester and Randolph County with the event, Winchester Speedway officials paid out almost $5,000 in additional bonus money for the Sunday’s Bi-Centennial 200.

The next Lawrence Towing CRA Street Stocks event will at Anderson Speedway on Saturday, August 18th. For more information on all the CRA series go to www.cra-racing.com.

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Posted August 6th, 2018

Winchester Speedway Old Timers Weekend Race Results


August 5th, 2018

CRA Street Stocks Bicentennial 200


PLACE CAR NUMBER NAME LAPS
1 22 James Kirby III 200
2 3 Jacob McElfresh 200
3 11 Jimmy Kirby 200
4 29T Mike Todd 197
5 68 J.J. Schafer 194
6 73 Jason Atkinson 194
7 95 Brian Hopkins 194
8 21 Calvin Parham 193
9 17 BobbySchisler 186
10 54 Nathan Greene 180
11 33 Shawn Cullen 175
12 66 Justin Oberlin 174
13 22L Brian Lewis 158
14 57 Danny Adams 136
15 42 Curtis Peeples 125
16 84 Andrew Teepe 117
17 1D Brandon Tregemmbo 94
18 27 Josh Poore 86
19 9 Jake Hinton 38
20 55 Phil Jenkins 27
21 00 Brett Hudson 9
22 23 Thomas Skiles

August 5th, 2018

VCTS Knapp Supply 50 Lap Feature


PLACE CAR NUMBER NAME LAPS
1 71 Trent Grossar 50
2 27 Bo Hoelscher 50
3 18 Gary Eaton, Jr 50
4 01 David Mehl 50
5 133 Jess Drook 50
6 9T Nicholas Meade 50
7 8 Joe Jennings 49
8 82 Harvey Yoder 48
9 43L Ryan Longshore 48
10 62 Yogi Metz 46
11 5B Brett Smith 46
12 17H Bill Honius 45
13 85 Phil Iliff 42
14 07 Steve Vore 41
15 0k Kegan Goettman 41
16 9X Josh Richardson 41
17 57 Ricky Wilson 41
18 0 Tom Gossar 41
19 95 David Yoder 38
20 15J Andy Jennings 35
21 53 Tommy Dilg 31
22 69 Jeff Streigel 25
23 7 Zach Morris 23
24 33 Justin Brown 19
25 31 J.R. Vester 16
26 4 Terry Eaton, Jr 8
27 24 Austin Stoll 6
28 6 Chris Jennings 6
29 13 Mark Jennings 4
30 24T Aaron Teegarden 1
31 28 BJ Honious 1
32 7C Ron Masters

August 5th, 2018

Thundercars Sunday Feature


PLACE CAR NUMBER NAME LAPS
1 21 AJ Stewart 20
2 26 Frankie Oakes 20
3 18 Keven Rabenstein 20
4 20 Tony Stewart 20
5 36 Dale Harper 20
6 61 Jeremy threet 19
7 0 Allen Lambert 19
8 8 Brandon Burkhart 19
9 25 Andy Fine 10
10 29 Jameson Owens 2
11 82 Earl Adams 2

August 5th, 2018

Thunder Roadsters Sunday Feature


PLACE CAR NUMBER NAME LAPS
1 20 Doug Dugger 20
2 63 Chad Cory 20
3 25 Rodney Oliver 20
4 43 Bob Lemons 19
5 17 Ed Klingaman 19
6 4 Jim Albers 15
7 1 Ross Shoeller 14

August 4th, 2018

VCTS Qualifying Race #1


PLACE CAR NUMBER NAME LAPS
1 18 Gary Eaton, Jr 25
2 0 Tom Gossar 25
3 07 Steve Vore 25
4 27 Bo Hoelscher 25
5 0k Kegan Goettman 25
6 133 Jess Drook 25
7 9X Josh Richardson 25
8 01 David Mehl 25
9 57 Ricky Wilson 25
10 95 David Yoder 25
11 62 Yogi Metz 25
12 8 Joe Jennings 24
13 31 J.R. Vester 24
14 24 Austin Stoll 24
15 69 Jeff Streigel 23
16 28 BJ Honious 17
DNS 14 Joseph Jennings
DNS 85 Phil Iliff

August 4th, 2018

VCTS Qualifying Race #2


PLACE CAR NUMBER NAME LAPS
1 71 Trent Gossar 25
2 33 Justin Brown 25
3 4 Terry Eaton, Jr 25
4 7C Ron Masters 25
5 9T Nicholas Meade 25
6 15J Andy Jennings 25
7 82 Harvey Yoder 24
8 43L Ryan Longshore 23
9 24T Aaron Teegarden 23
10 53 Tommy Dilg 23
11 5B Brett Smith 23
12 13 Mark Jennings 22
13 85 Phil Iliff 20
14 7 Zach Morris 18
15 6 Chris Jennings 13
16 17H Bill Honious 8
17 92 Ryan Hoffman 1
18 67 Rob Rehm 1
DNS 72 Bobby Sanders

August 4th, 2018

Thundercars Saturday Feature


PLACE CAR NUMBER NAME LAPS
1 26 Frankie Oakes 20
2 18 Kevin Rabenstein 20
3 21 AJ Stewart 20
4 20 Tony Stewart 20
5 61 Jeremy Threet 20
6 82 Earl Adams 19
7 0 Allen Lambert 19
8 60 Jason Purtee 19
9 44 Patrick Woods 17
10 29 Jameson Owens 17
11 14 Dustin Sapp 3
DNS 24 Randy Hoppes
DNS 48 Dilon Hoppes

August 4th, 2018

Thunder Roadsters Saturday Feature


PLACE CAR NUMBER NAME LAPS
1 63 Chad Cory 20
2 20 Doug Dugger 20
3 25 Rodney Oliver 20
4 5 Greg Cory 20
5 26 Clayton Gains 19
6 24 Adam Richardson 19
7 17 Ed Klingaman 18
8 43 Bob Lemons 18
9 4 Jim Albers 15
10 1 Ross Shoeller 14

August 4th, 2018

ICAR Modifieds Modified Feature


PLACE CAR NUMBER NAME LAPS
1 13 Kyle Purvis 40
2 8 Scotty Tomasik 40
3 26 Jeff Lane 40
4 05 Greg Fullarton 40
5 5 Danny Jackson 40
6 12D Dave Nester 39
7 14 Donnie Skaggs 37
8 09 Don Skaggs 37
9 19 Steve Arnold 12
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