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BELLEVILLE, ILL. (September 13, 2019) - Taking the wheel of the Team Ripper No. 21KS on Friday night at Belle-Clair Speedway, Jake Neuman of New Berlin, Ill. delivered a long overdue first win of the year for car owner Steve Reynolds and crew chief Flea Ruzic. After taking the lead on lap six, Neuman fended off mid-race pressure from Austin Brown and survived a late charge from Logan Seavey to score his third win of 2019 and the fifth of his POWRi National Midget career.
Making his 179th career appearance with the POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League, Friday's attempt aboard the No. 21KS marked the first time in his seven-year career that Neuman drove for anyone other than his father, Jim Neuman. A series of severe crashes and recent motor trouble over the past month in his own No. 3N contributed to the decision to make a one-off appearance, a decision that paid dividends.
For Team Ripper, the eighth time was the charm, as Neuman became the eighth driver to pilot the No. 21KS in 2019, but the first to park it in victory lane. The list of racers before Neuman is simply a who's who of today's motorsports landscape. Up-and-comer Karter Sarff, USAC sensation Jason McDougal, modified driver Nick Hoffman, micro sprint star Joe B. Miller, Triple Crown champion Tracy Hines, USAC Sprint Car points leader C.J. Leary and California gasser Maria Cofer are all among Team Ripper's 2019 pilots, but it was Neuman who got the job done first.
Starting the 30-lap feature from the fourth-spot, Neuman earned his slot in the outside of row two after jetting away to a dominant heat race win from the pole. However, it was Daniel Robinson of Ewing, Ill. who led the field to green after snagging PAC Racing Springs High Point Man honors backed by a seventh-to-second charge in the opening heat.
Leading the charge into turn one, Robinson quickly assumed the point while Neuman went top shelf to jump from fourth-to-second in the first lap. A lap five caution for Holley Hollan, Andrew Felker and Jesse Colwell halted the action and threw a wrench in the championship battle, sending Colwell of Red Bluff, Calif. to the infield with a DNF as he watched his points lead diminish. 
Going back to green, Neuman saddled up and drove flatfooted into turn one with a big slider heading for Robinson as he mounted a bid for the lead. Unable to come back at him, Robinson settled into second as Neuman took the point and focused on clear track ahead on the sixth circuit.
While the high side came in and proved to be the prime place to play, the ultra-fast 1/5th-mile surface became tough to manage in the pack as the speed ramped up lap after lap. Essentially a cowboy up atmosphere on the lip, it was slide or be slid to take position, making for intense mid-race restarts.
The final restart roared to life with 13 laps left as Neuman maintained a strong pace ahead of Austin Brown, who won the May showing at Belle-Clair, and Logan Seavey, who was hungry for his tenth win of the season after starting in the tenth spot. While Neuman put his head down and ran away with the lead, Seavey shot by Brown with eight to go and immediately began cutting into Neuman's 2.6 second advantage.
Eating into the gap each lap, Seavey snuck closer and closer to Neuman's rear bumper as the race came to a close. By the time the two-to-go signal was given, Seavey had the No. 21KS in sight and was only behind by one-second, but the time was running out too fast.
Seavey's late-race charge did not come fast enough, as the checkered flag dropped, and Jake Neuman won his fifth career POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League main event in his debut in the Team Ripper No. 21KS. Marking his third win of the year, Neuman's big night solidified all of Reynolds and Ruzic's hard work and brought him closer to the third spot in this year's championship chase.
Logan Seavey of Sutter, Calif. ran out of time in his pursuit of a tenth victory in 2019, settling for a tenth-to-second run aboard his Keith Kunz-Curb Agajanian Motorsports, Mobil 1, Bullet/Toyota No. 67. Rounding out the podium was local favorite Austin Brown of Millstadt, Ill. in the plain jane No. 17 with a third-place effort.
Zach Daum of Pocahontas, Ill. made a massive gain in the hunt for the title as his fourth-place finish narrowed Colwell's advantage from 350 points to 180 points. 16-year old Cannon McIntosh made a remarkable recovery after spinning on lap 11, going tailback, and storming back to a fifth-place result.
Rounding out the top ten at Belle-Clair was Karter Sarff of Mason City, Ill. in sixth-from-14th aboard the AJ Felker No. 37X, Tanner Carrick in seventh-from-15th with his Walker Filters No. 71K, 14-year old Daison Pursley in the eighth spot driving his Toyota Racing No. 9, Ace McCarthy with hard charger honors from 23rd-to-ninth, and Shelby Bosie in the tenth position.
Tomorrow, the POWRi Lucas Oil National Midgets encounter the "Mighty Macon" Speedway alongside the POWRi Engler Machine & Tool Outlaw Micros. Pill draw is from 3:30pm to 5:15pm followed by drivers meeting at 5:30pm with hot laps at 6:00pm and racing to follow. If you can't make it, you can watch the entire program LIVE on www.speedshifttv.com.
For more information on POWRi Racing, you can visit www.powri.comonline, like POWRi on Facebook, or follow @POWRi_Racing on Twitter and Instagram.
Auto Meter Heat One (8 Laps):
1. 17-Austin Brown, Millstadt, IL (2); 2. 11-Daniel Robinson, Ewing, IL (7); 3. 17C-Devin Camfield, Decatur, IL (1); 4. 44S-Andrew Felker, Carl Junction, MO (8); 5. 55-Nick Knepper, Belleville, IL (5); 6. 20G-Noah Gass, Mounds, OK (6); 7. 5F-Danny Frye III, St. Peters, MO (3); 8. 1T-Thomas Chandler (4).
KSE Racing Products Heat Two (8 Laps):
1. 08-Cannon McIntosh, Bixby, OK (2); 2. 9-Daison Pursley, Locust Grove, OK (1); 3. 5D-Zach Daum, Pocahontas, IL (3); 4. 97K-Jesse Love, Redwood City, CA (8); 5. 37X-Karter Sarff, Mason City, IL (4); 6. 103-Broc Hunnell, Eolia, MO (6); 7. 3B-Shelby Bosie, Sherman, IL (7); 8. 21X-Steve Stroud, St. Charles, MO (5).
Advanced Racing Suspensions Heat Three (8 Laps):
1. 21KS-Jake Neuman, New Berlin, IL (1); 2. 67K-Holley Hollan, Broken Arrow, OK (2); 3. 67-Logan Seavey, Sutter, CA (4); 4. 71-Jesse Colwell, Red Bluff, CA (7); 5. 71K-Tanner Carrick, Lincoln, CA (3); 6. 86C-David Camfield, Decatur, IL (6); 7. 5H-Danny Frye, St. Peters, MO (8); 8. 28-Ace McCarthy, Tahlequah, OK (4).
POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League Main Event (30 Laps):
1. 21KS-Jake Neuman (4); 2. 67-Logan Seavey (10); 3. 17-Austin Brown (2); 4. 5D-Zach Daum (11); 5. 08-Cannon McIntosh (3); 6. 37X-Karter Sarff (14); 7. 71K-Tanner Carrick (15); 8. 9-Daison Pursley (9); 9. 28-Ace McCarthy (23); 10. 3B-Shelby Bosie (19); 11. 11-Daniel Robinson (1); 12. 5F-Danny Frye III (21); 13. 86C-David Camfield (18); 14. 21X-Steve Stroud (22); 15. 5H-Danny Frye (20); 16. 97K-Jesse Love (6); 17. 20G-Noah Gass (16); 18. 1T-Thomas Chandler (24); 19. 55-Nick Knepper (13); 20. 17C-Devin Camfield (12); 21. 67K-Holley Hollan (8); 22. 44S-Andrew Felker (5); 23. 71-Jesse Colwell (7); 24. 103-Broc Hunnell (17).
Lap Leader(s): Robinson 1-5; Neuman 6-30.
Hard Charger(s): McCarthy +14.
UPDATED POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League Standings (8 Races Left):
1. Jesse Colwell (5,840 PTS); 2. Zach Daum (-180 PTS); 3. Holley Hollan (-930 PTS); 4. Jake Neuman (-950 PTS); 5. Daison Pursley (1,010 PTS).



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CANTON, ILL. (September 7, 2019) - Putting an exclamation point on a weekend sweep, Logan Seavey of Sutter, Calif. continued his winning ways on Saturday night with an exciting late-race rally to take the cake at Spoon River Speedway. Going top shelf, Seavey tiptoed around the outside of the 3/8th-mile and treaded the cushion while rocketing to the lead with five to go and storming off for his ninth POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League win of the year
In a season chalked full of dominance, Saturday's triumph gave Seavey yet another accolade in his booming career. Not only did the 22-year old Keith Kunz-Curb Agajanian Motorsports star sneak closer to Christopher Bell's record of 11 POWRi National Midgets wins in a single season, but he became the all-time leader in a separate category.
Scoring his 17th-career victory in thrilling fashion, the Sutter, Calif. native advanced to eighth on the all-time wins list and surpassed Darren Hagen of Riverside, Calif. to become the winningest California driver in POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League history.
Before the pageantry of yet another victory lane commenced, a trio of leader commanded the field in what was an all-around enticing 30-lapper. Started by the front row of Tanner Carrick and Jake Neuman, it was Neuman of New Berlin, Ill. who found the top first and led the opening lap aboard his Jim Neuman Racing, Brandt, BOSS/SR-11 No. 3N.
Neuman's advantage was shortlived, however, as Carrick of Lincoln, Calif. came bolting to the lead on lap two and pointed his Keith Kunz-Curb Agajanian Motorsports, Walker Filters, Bullet/Toyota No. 71K to the top. Bringing his KKM teammate along for the ride, Carrick saw a charging Seavey throw several sliders his way early on but responded to every attempt and maintained command lap-in and lap-out.
While Carrick and Seavey were focused on each other, a new challenger came roaring to life as Tyler Thomas of Collinsville, Okla. methodically rolled the low line and put his BT Machine, Spike/Toyota No. 91T in contention. With open track ahead, Thomas drove by both Seavey and Carrick to assume the race lead on lap eight.
A lap ten caution restacked the field and bunched them up, but Thomas remained strong out front while Seavey struggled with passing Carrick for the second spot and the back end of the top five continued shuffling with Spencer Bayston, Tucker Klaasmeyer, Ace McCarthy and Zach Daum all battling.
However, that intense fight for position soon turned drastic, as Bayston's No. 19 and Klaasmeyer's No. 27 collided at the entry to turn three, resulting in both cars going for nasty tumbles. Both drivers would climb out of their respective cars, although very gingerly, showing the magnitude of the scary crash.
Going back to green with 11 laps left, fans at Spoon River were treated to a three-way for the top spot as Thomas crept down low, Carrick rolled through the middle and Seavey. Blasted the cushion. Finding the sweet spot up top, Seavey swept around the outside and built his momentum before flying by Carrick and then tracking down Thomas for the lead with five to go.
Clearing the pass at the exit of turn four, Seavey's No. 67 rocketed off the banking and went screaming down the frontstretch as he edged ahead of Thomas' No. 91T to lead the 25th lap. Keeping it close, Thomas kept Seavey honest and made it a close race until a slow lapper on the bottom held him up and essentially handed Seavey the W.
Leading only five laps, Logan Seavey lurked in the late running and capitalized for his ninth POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League win of the 2019 season. Completing a weekend sweep for the Keith Kunz-Curb Agajanian Motorsports, Mobil 1, Bullet/Toyota No. 67, Seavey won his first-ever event at Spoon River all the while inching closer to the history books.
Trailing Seavey to the finish line was Tyler Thomas with a close second-place result and Tanner Carrick with a third-place effort. Rounding out the top five was Zach Daum and Jesse Colwell, while top ten finishers included Ace McCarthy in sixth, Jesse Love in seventh, Andrew Layser in eighth, Holley Hollan in ninth and Daison Pursley in tenth.
The POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League resumes next weekend with a trip to Belle-Clair Speedway in Belleville, Ill. on Friday, September 13 and then a night at Macon Speedway in Macon, Ill. on Saturday, September 14.
For more information on POWRi Racing, you can visit www.powri.comonline, follow @POWRi_Racing on Twitter and Instagram, or like POWRi on Facebook.
Auto Meter Heat One (8 Laps):
1. 3N-Jake Neuman, New Berlin, IL (3); 2. 91T-Tyler Thomas, Collinsville, OK (4); 3. 9-Daison Pursley, Locust Grove, OK (6); 4. 86C-Dalton Camfield, Decatur, IL (2); 5. 97K-Jesse Love, Redwood City, CA (5); 6. 77-Blaze Bennett, Parker, CO (1); 7. 17C-Devin Camfield, Decatur, IL (7).
KSE Racing Products Heat Two (8 Laps):
1. 67-Logan Seavey, Sutter, CA (2); 2. 5D-Zach Daum, Pocahontas, IL (3); 3. 71-Jesse Colwell, Red Bluff, CA (1); 4. 47BC-Andrew Layser, Collegeville, PA (7); 5. 9X-Clinton Boyles, Greenwood, MO (6); 6. 10-Lance Bennett, Parker, CO (4); 7. 16C-Dave Camfield Jr., Decatur, IL (5).
Advanced Racing Suspension Heat Three (8 Laps):
1.19-Spencer Bayston, Lebanon, IN (1); 2. 28-Ace McCarthy, Tahlequah, OK (3); 3. 1NZ-Michael Pickens, Auckland, NZ (6); 4. 72-Sam Johnson, St. Peters, MO (5); 5. 00-Luke Howard, Overland Park, KS (4); 6. 11-Tyler Baran, Joliet, IL (2); 7. 11B-Jeff Zelinski, Joliet, IL (7).
Schoenfeld Headers Heat Four (8 Laps):
1. 71K-Tanner Carrick, Lincoln, CA (4); 2. 67K-Holley Hollan, Broken Arrow, OK (2); 3. 27-Tucker Klaasmeyer, Paola, KS (7); 4. 7X-Brock Maskovich (3); 5. 99-Ryan Probst, New Lenox, IL (6); 6. 10A-Ryan Shilkuski (1); 7. 08-Cannon McIntosh, Bixby, OK (5).
Rod End Supply B-Main (12 Laps / 6 Transfer):
1.08-Cannon McIntosh (12); 2. 97K-Jesse Love (3); 3. 86C-Dalton Camfield (2); 4. 16C-Dave Camfield Jr. (11); 5. 99-Ryan Probst (1); 6. 10-Lance Bennett (5); 7. 00-Luke Howard (4); 8. 10A-Ryan Shilkuski (10); 9. 77-Blaze Bennett (9); 10. 11-Tyler Baran (6); 11. 17C-Devin Camfield (7); 12. 11B-Jeff Zelinski (8).
POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League Main Event (30 Laps):
1. 67-Logan Seavey (4); 2. 91T-Tyler Thomas (5); 3. 71K-Tanner Carrick (1); 4. 5D-Zach Daum (9); 5. 71-Jesse Colwell (14); 6. 28-Ace McCarthy (10); 7. 97K-Jesse Love (18); 8. 47BC-Andrew Layser (11); 9. 67K-Holley Hollan (12); 10. 9-Daison Pursley (6); 11. 08-Cannon McIntosh (17); 12. 72-Sam Johnson (13); 13. 1NZ-Michael Pickens (7); 14. 7X-Brock Maskovich (15); 15. 86C-Dalton Camfield (19); 16. 99-Ryan Probst (21); 17. 16C-Dave Camfield Jr. (20); 18. 27-Tucker Klaasmeyer (3); 19. 19-Spencer Bayston (8); 20. 10-Lance Bennett (22); 21. 3N-Jake Neuman (2); 23. 9X-Clinton Boyles (16);
Lap Leader(s): Neuman 1; Carrick 2-7; Thomas 8-24; Seavey 25-30.
Hard Charger(s): Love +11.

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Santos Romps To Must See Glory At Jennerstown

JENNERSTOWN, Pa. – Bobby Santos left Jennerstown Speedway frustrated one year ago, vowing to come back stronger after being defeated by Jimmy McCune in the inaugural American Racer David D. Mateer Memorial.

Santos did just that on Saturday night, putting on a driving clinic to capture the second running of the event and pick up a victory in his first Must See Racing Sprint Car Series presented by Engine Pro start of the season.

After being squelched by rain and a call into action as a substitute driver on the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour for much of the summer, Santos came back to asphalt sprint car racing at the lightning-fast half-mile and proved quickly he hasn’t lost his touch at driving the methanol-fueled beasts.

Santos started fourth, but raced his way to the lead by the eighth revolution and set sail after that. He had two seconds in hand by lap 10 and when the lone caution of the race waved with five to go, the Franklin, Mass., veteran was more than eight seconds clear of his nearest pursuer.

Not even the ensuing restart could slow Santos down. He drove away from second-running Ryan Litt to take the checkered flag in front by 1.815 seconds at the finish.

Saturday night’s romp, worth $4,000, was the second Must See Racing victory of Santos’ career.

“These guys did an awesome job today. We made all the right adjustments and it was a lot of fun,” said Santos in victory lane. “It’s an honor to win this event tonight, with the caliber of field and the heavy hitters that were here. None of these wins are ever easy, but this one was definitely tough.

“Last year, we just weren’t good enough, and we had to make a couple of adjustments on it compared to what we had last year,” Santos added. “We continued to work on it throughout the day today. I was a little rusty through the first two practices with these things, just because I haven’t done it much this year, but my dad and everybody gave me what I needed and we put a good car where it belonged.”

The only incident in the 30-lap feature came when Joshua Sexton spun off the second corner and came to a stop on the backstretch, slowing the pace with 25 laps complete and setting up the final restart.

Litt, who drove past early leader Jason Blonde with 12 to go to secure the runner-up spot, said afterward that he simply had nothing for Santos as the laps wound down.

“Man, I knew that clean air would play a big role at a really fast tracks like this one, so once he got out there, I knew it wasn’t going to be easy,” said Litt. “My only shot was getting into turn one (on the final restart) and I tried him there and I was just sliding all over the place, whereas he had all the grip.

“This was a good run for us, but I just really want to win one of these things. I’m tired of being second.”

New all-time track record holder Brian Gerster, who turned a lap of 15.198 seconds in qualifying and had to start eighth due to the inversion, completed the podium in the Dick Myers Racing No. 50m.

“We didn’t have anything for Bobby, and I’m not sure anyone else did either,” Gerster admitted. “We wound up just being a little bit too free there in the feature. Bobby’s a hell of a race car driver. I mean, pavement fans know that he can drive anything and he’s real good, so it’s not really anything to hang your head about when you get beat by Santos.

“We don’t like running third, but we had a pretty good start,” Gerster added. “I thought we were going to have a shot at getting up there and racing with those guys, but Bobby got away from us a little bit late and I traded spots in there one time. We just weren’t quite good enough to get the job done.”

Charlie Schultz crossed the line fourth ahead of Jimmy McCune, with Blonde coming home sixth as the final car on the lead lap after pacing the first seven rotations around the Pennsylvania speed plant.

Polesitter Kevin Feeney finished eighth, one lap behind the frontrunners.

Anthony McCune lost the series point lead after fuel flow issues that he and his No. 8 team battled all afternoon prevented him from taking the green flag in Saturday night’s 30-lap feature.

Jimmy McCune, who came into the day 10 points back of his nephew, assumed command of the standings by virtue of his quiet fifth-place finish.

While only Sexton’s spin hampered the main event, two major incidents did mar heat-race action.

In the first heat, a broken right-front wheel center on the No. 7 of Tom Jewell sent the Michigan veteran hard into the outside wall at full speed in turns three and four working lap two. Jewell’s car grinded to a halt high off the exit of the fourth corner, and he climbed from his car and walked back to the pit area.

The second heat saw Bobby Komisarski’s No. 17 grenade a right-rear tire on the final lap of the heat in turn one. Komisarski tagged the outside wall and spun to a stop, done for the night, but was unhurt.

The Must See Racing Sprint Car Series season continues Sept. 28-29 at Rockford (Ill.) Speedway.

RESULTS: Must See Racing Sprint Car Series; Jennerstown Speedway; Sept. 14, 2019

Hamilton Trucking Time Trials (best of two laps): 1. #50m – Brian Gerster, 15.198 (NTR); 2. #9s – Charlie Schultz, 15.421; 3. #07L – Ryan Litt, 15.431; 4. #88 – Jimmy McCune, 15.640; 5. #22a – Bobby Santos III, 15.653; 6. #13 – Joe Liguori, 15.725; 7. #42 – Jason Blonde, 15.738; 8. #8 – Anthony McCune, 15.915; 9. #6k – Kevin Feeney, 16.107; 10. #10k – Christian Koehler, 16.139; 11. #26 – Jeff Bloom, 16.177; 12. #7 – Tom Jewell, 16.245; 13. #8a – Adam Biltz, 16.400; 14. #17 – Bobby Komisarski, 16.770; 15. #81 – Johnny Petrozelle III, 16.783; 16. #75c – Jerry Caryer, 16.813; 17. #51 – Joshua Sexton, 18.094; 18. #15 – Tim Henthorne, 18.324; 19. #85 – Rick Holley, 18.387; 20. #32 – Todd McQuillen, 19.087; 21. #4 – Anthony Linkenhoker, 19.626; 22. #74 – Ivan Shaver, 20.430.

Abe’s Auto Parts Heat #1 (8 laps, all transfer): 1. Ryan Litt [5], 2. Kevin Feeney [3], 3. Joe Liguori [4], 4. Johnny Petrozelle III [1], 5. Rick Holley [7], 6. Tim Henthorne [6], 7. Ivan Shaver [8], 8. Tom Jewell [2].

Abe’s Auto Parts Heat #2 (8 laps, all transfer): 1. Bobby Santos III [4], 2. Jeff Bloom [2], 3. Charlie Schultz [5], 4. Anthony McCune [3], 5. Bobby Komisarski [1], 6. Joshua Sexton [6], 7. Todd McQuillen [7]. (2:10.331)

Abe’s Auto Parts Heat #3 (8 laps, all transfer): 1. Adam Biltz [2], 2. Jimmy McCune [5], 3. Brian Gerster [6], 4. Jerry Caryer [1], 5. Christian Koehler [3], 6. Jason Blonde [4], 7. Anthony Linkenhoker [7]. (2:19.055)

David D. Mateer Memorial A-Feature (40 laps): 1. #22a – Bobby Santos III [4], 2. #07L – Ryan Litt [6], 3. #50m – Brian Gerster [8], 4. #9s – Charlie Schultz [7], 5. #88 – Jimmy McCune [5], 6. #42 – Jason Blonde [2], 7. #13 – Joe Liguori [3], 8. #6k – Kevin Feeney [1], 9. #8a – Adam Biltz [11], 10. #10k – Christian Koehler [9], 11. #26 – Jeff Bloom [10], 12. #75c – Jerry Caryer [13], 13. #81 – Johnny Petrozelle III [12], 14. #85 – Rick Holley [16], 15. #51s – Joshua Sexton [14], 16. #15 – Tim Henthorne [15], 17. #74 – Ivan Shaver [19], 18. #4L – Anthony Linkenhoker [18], 19. #32 – Todd McQuillen [17], 20. #8 – Anthony McCune (DNS), 21. #7 – Tom Jewell (DNS), 22. #17 – Bobby Komisarski (DNS).

Lap Leader(s): Jason Blonde 1-7, Bobby Santos III 8-30.

Hard Charger: #50m – Brian Gerster (+5)


brian Gerster Resets Jennerstown Track Record

JENNERSTOWN, Pa. – Brian Gerster smashed the sprint car track record at Jennerstown Speedway on Saturday afternoon during qualifying for the Must See Racing Sprint Car Series David D. Mateer Memorial.

Gerster toured the lightning-fast, .522-mile oval in 15.198 seconds (123.648 mph) to top a 22-car field with his familiar No. 50m RAM Engineering Midwest-backed, Dick Myers Racing-prepared entry.

The top qualifying effort, Gerster’s third of the season, was the 30th of his Must See Racing career and eclipsed the 14-year-old track record of 15.32 seconds set by Jeff Bloom back on Aug. 13, 2005.

It also came within a whisker of the all-time mark of 15.121 seconds (124.277 mph), which was posted by Dave Shullick Jr. in 2015 during ISMA Supermodified Series competition.

The scary thing for the rest of the field? Gerster was lamenting the lap after climbing from his car, saying that he felt he could have gone even quicker had it not been

“We missed it a little bit, actually. I made a mistake with the wing placement and it cost us, so we could’ve had that absolute track record if the driver hadn't screwed up,” noted Gerster. “They should not leave adjustments in there for me. I should just have the steering wheel and pedals. But the car was still good. It was fun to go fast time here. Now I’m open for a small or huge invert, one or the other.

“There’s a lot of fast cars; we’re good, but this’ll be a place that’s aero dependent and traffic will be tough and everything like that,” Gerster added. “We want to be fast all night, so there’s three things we’ve got to do well, and that’s qualifying, heat racing and the feature. The first one’s over, but the feature is where the big money is at.

“That’s where we want to be the best.”

Gerster earned a $500 bonus for topping qualifying courtesy of American Racer Tires, the presenting sponsor of Saturday night’s racing program at the Jennerstown speed plant.

Charlie Schultz, who finished third during last year’s inaugural Must See Racing stop at Jennerstown, qualified second overall with a lap of 15.421 seconds (121.860 mph) in his John Reiser-owned No. 9s.

Canadian Ryan Litt was third on the speed charts (15.431/121.781) after pacing one of the two practice sessions held earlier in the day. Defending Jennerstown winner Jimmy McCune and past NASCAR modified champion Bobby Santos III followed in fourth and fifth, respectively.

Joe Liguori qualified sixth-quickest, ahead of recent Berlin Raceway winner Jason Blonde, current points leader Anthony McCune, Kevin Feeney and Christian Koehler.

Former track record holder Bloom was 11th fastest (16.177116.165) during two-lap qualifications.

Racing action at Jennerstown Speedway kicks off just after 6 p.m. local time.

QUALIFYING RESULTS: Must See Racing Sprint Car Series; Jennerstown Speedway; Sept. 14, 2019

1. #50m – Brian Gerster, 15.198 (NTR); 2. #9s – Charlie Schultz, 15.421; 3. #07L – Ryan Litt, 15.431; 4. #88 – Jimmy McCune, 15.640; 5. #22a – Bobby Santos III, 15.653; 6. #13 – Joe Liguori, 15.725; 7. #42 – Jason Blonde, 15.738; 8. #8 – Anthony McCune, 15.915; 9. #6k – Kevin Feeney, 16.107; 10. #10k – Christian Koehler, 16.139; 11. #26 – Jeff Bloom, 16.177; 12. #7 – Tom Jewell, 16.245; 13. #8a – Adam Biltz, 16.400; 14. #17 – Bobby Komisarski, 16.770; 15. #81 – Johnny Petrozelle III, 16.783; 16. #75c – Jerry Caryer, 16.813; 17. #51 – Joshua Sexton, 18.094; 18. #15 – Tim Henthorne, 18.324; 19. #85 – Rick Holley, 18.387; 20. #32 – Todd McQuillen, 19.087; 21. #4 – Anthony Linkenhoker, 19.626; 22. #74 – Ivan Shaver, 20.430.


Blonde Leads All The Way For Berlin Must See Score

MARNE, Mich. – The box score from Saturday night’s Engine Pro Fast Car Dash II may say that Jason Blonde led all 30 laps for his second Must See Racing Sprint Car Series win of the year, but it wasn’t that simple.

In fact, if not for a late-race caution, Blonde might not have won at Berlin Raceway at all.

Blonde held off Jimmy McCune on a green-white-checkered restart to secure the victory accolades, but it was lap 28 – when he was nearly passed in lapped traffic by Jimmy’s nephew, Anthony McCune – that stuck out as the game-changing moment for the No. 42 Hamilton Trucking team.

“He was coming there, and we were fighting through a mess of traffic,” Blonde recalled. “I think I just saw his nose there before he spun, and I think it was going to be a heck of a battle.”

The battle was imminent, as Anthony McCune had run down Blonde from 4.2 seconds back over a 17-lap span after taking the runner-up position at lap 11. A win just wasn’t meant to be on this night.

Anthony McCune was forced to get on the binders exiting turn two, with lapped traffic three-wide in front of him, and spun down to the inside to avoid running into the back of a slower car.

That shuffled him back out of contention and left Blonde, who had opened up nearly a half-track lead in the first part of the 30-lap feature, free to cruise to the victory following the lone restart of the night.

Or, as he said afterward, as free as one can be with Jimmy McCune breathing down their neck.

“When Jimmy’s behind you, you pretty much don’t lift and hope it turns and comes out,” Blonde noted. “And I tell you what, the last two laps … it kind of came to life a lot better on me than it had the whole race before that, but it stuck amazingly coming off the corner and got good grip in.

“This place is a blast. All this lap traffic we had, it makes it a lot of fun and it’s just awesome.”

Jimmy McCune finished second, .546 seconds back, after starting eighth and struggling to move forward.

It was a frustrating result for the four-time defending champion, who had plenty to say after the race.

“I mean, Jason jumped the start a little bit there at the beginning. He went, I don't know, a couple ... two, three car lengths before the cone, but that’s all right,” said Jimmy McCune. “It’s no big deal. You know what? We didn’t get any hot laps. We qualified quick time, and that’s great, but that'll be the last time (because) we're going to sand bag like they do and start on the front row now.

“Next time, we’ll try to win this thing from the front and see how that works out.”

Charlie Schultz completed the podium, followed by Anthony McCune, who rallied back to finish fourth despite his spin in the closing laps. Christian Koehler completed the top five with a career-best run.

The next race for the Must See Racing Sprint Car Series will be on Sept. 14 at Jennerstown (Pa.) Speedway. Jimmy McCune is the defending winner of the David D. Mateer Tribute Race.






"Semmelman Memorial Saturday for IRA, Badger & WI Wingless"
                         "Routson looks for second straight BDR win"
By Bryan Gapinski
Beaver Dam, WI, Sep.10---After an off-weekend, action for the Zimbrick Chevrolet of Sun Prairie Badger Midget Racing Series continues this Saturday Night Sep. 14 at Beaver Dam Raceway.  "The Scott Semmelman Memorial" will feature three open wheel divisions: IRA Bumper to Bumper Outlaw Sprint Car Series, The Auto Meter Wisconsin WingLESS Sprint Series presented by Gandrud Chevrolet Performance Partsand Badger. 
       Jack Routson leads Chase McDermand by 103-points, with three races remaining. Routson won the most recent Badger event at the track on July 27, passing Jordan Mattson on the white flag lap for the lead exiting the final turn, and scoring 0.112 second victory. McDermand was fifth in the feature.
       Advance Fastening Supply (AFS) has posted a $1,500 bonus to any driver who wins both the Beaver Dam and Sept. 22 141 Speedway features. If a sweep fails to occur drivers competing at both events will split up the bonus equally. 
         Advanced Fastening Supply has three locations in Madison, Waukesha, and Greenville (Appleton), and supplies the state of Wisconsin with fasteners, parts, inventory management services and technical support.
      The pit gates will open at 3:30 p.m., with the grandstands opening at 4:30 p.m. Qualifying will be at 6:00 p.m., with racing beginning at 6:30 p.m. 
Badger Midget Series Points:
1. Jack Routson 1335; 2. Chase McDermand 1232; 3. Zach Boden 1181; 4. Scott Hatton 1130; 5. Ryan Probst 1103; 6. Kevin Olson 1047; 7. Jeff Zelinski 879; 8. Mike Stroik 781; 9. Matt Rechek 773; 10. Jordan Mattson 642. 
Jack Routson (14) battles with Zach Boden during the April Badger Midget Series season opener at Beaver Dam Raceway. Boden enters the Sept. 14 event third in points trailing Routson, and Chase McDermand. (Bob Cruse photo)

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(Pulaski, PA)...The Sweeney Chevrolet Buick GMC RUSH Sprint Car Series powered by Pace Performance will head to New York this weekend for the first time during the 2019 season. Three Bonnell's Rod Shop Weekly Series special events are on tap as the expanded "Empire State Classic" will feature the first ever appearance at Ransomville Speedway on Friday night (September 13) followed by back-to-back events at Genesee Speedway on Saturday and Sunday (September 14-15) part of the track's "Topless Nationals". A points fund has also been put in place thanks to CNC Specialties, Intense Fab & Design, and Pace Performance.
The "Empire State Classic" debuted in 2018 at Genesee Speedway for their second annual "Topless Nationals". Sixteen Sprint Car teams from four different states made the trip to the Batavia, New York 1/3-mile oval by traveling between two and six hours. It marked the first time full-size Sprint Cars raced at Genesee since 2009 when winged "360s" were part of the track's weekly program! Chad Ruhlman swept both events last year in route to the $5,000 inaugural Bonnell's Rod Shop Championship.
This year's "Empire State Classic" has been expanded to three nights thanks to the addition of Ransomville Speedway on Friday night. The Chevrolet Performance 602 crate engine-powered non-wing Sprints on RUSH Visual Methanol, spec Hoosier Tires, and $140 sealed/spec Bilstein Shocks will then join back up for Genesee's "Topless Nationals" for two nights once again on Saturday and Sunday. All three nights will pay $800 to-win, $160 to-start (complete payoff posted below).
The "Empire State Classic" points fund has also been expanded to five paying positions ($300, $200, $150, $100, $75) thanks to CNC Specialties in Apollo, Pa. owned by the Woodhall Family, Intense Fab and Design in Brookfield, Ohio owned by former Sprint Car racer Doug Kekich, along with Pace Performance in Boardman, Ohio part of the Sweeney Chevrolet Buick GMC banner and branding sponsor of RUSH.
"We are really looking forward to this weekend," stated RUSH Director Vicki Emig. "Our racers really enjoyed last year's two-day show at Genesee, and it was great to have Ransomville contact us to be part of this weekend. Ransomville has held a couple RUSH Late Model shows in the past, but this will be the first time we'll showcase our Sprints on their racey track and to a new audience. The fans really enjoyed the Sprints last year returning to Genesee for the first time in nine years. They are a perfect fit for their topless-themed weekend. Track promoter Jim Johnson has run our RUSH Late Models on a weekly basis each of his four years promoting the fairgrounds oval and they are a big part of this weekend as well."
Brian Woodhall, in his first full year of RUSH, leads the $5,000 to-win Bonnell's Weekly Series points by just two over Zach Morrow. Woodhall picked up his first career RUSH win at Sharon Speedway in June; meanwhile, Morrow has two wins (Pittsburgh & Lernerville) and three runner-up finishes in his last five races to close the gap. Former RUSH Sportsman Modified "Futures Cup" Champion and two-time winner, Jeremy Weaver, is in his first year in a Sprint Car and is third in points in search of his first Sprint win as is fourth place points man, Brandon Blackshear, another Sprint rookie. Brandon's brother Brad, who won his first Sprint race on June 30 at Bradford, is fifth in points. Defending champion, Chad Ruhlman, leads the way with eight victories, while his son Kevin leads the "Futures Cup" standings.
Feature Payoff: 1. $800  2. $400  3. $300  4. $250  5. $225  6. $220  7. $210  8. $200  9. $190  10. $185  11. $180  12. $175  13. $170  14-18. $165  19-24. $160.  Tow $75.
Points Fund*: 1. $300 2. $200 3. $150 4. $100 5. $75 (*Note: at least two of the events must be completed for the points fund to be paid)
On Friday at Ransomville, pit gates open at 5 p.m. with warm-ups at 6:45 and racing at 7:15. Pit passes are $32. On Saturday and Sunday at Genesee, pit passes go on sale at 3 p.m. with warm-ups at 4 and racing at 5. Pit passes are $40 each night or $75 for a two-day pass. One-way driver radios are mandatory each night with the 454.000 channel. The AMB/MyLaps transponders will be used each night.
2019 Bonnell's Rod Shop Weekly Series Points: 1. Brian Woodhall (8B) 1282 2. Zach Morrow (27M) 1280 3. Jeremy Weaver (41) 1240 4. Brandon Blackshear (10) 1209 5. Brad Blackshear (19) 1200 6. Chad Ruhlman (87R) 1179 7. Brian Hartzell (69) 1156 8. Matt Sherlock III (55) 1150 9. Kevin Ruhlman (23) 1132 10. Andy Feil (9J) 1100 11. Arnie Kent (18) 1000 12. Steve Pedley (21) 960 13. Dave Hawkins (27) 960 14. Shawn Smith (36) 908 15. Tyler Powell (35) 764 16. John Mollick (4J) 763 17. Brandon Hawkins (27H) 676 18. Nolan Groves (25) 663 19. Brian Ruhlman (49) 637 20. Scott Hawkins (37) 577 21. Brad Church (40) 576 22. Ryan Fraley (12) 387 23. Frank Wilson, Jr. (13) 374 24. Phil Thornton (36T) 284 25. Greg Beach (33x) 282 26. Jim Kurpakus (72B) 90 27. Scott Dean (77) 0.
Ransomville Speedway is a 3/8-mile dirt track located at 2315 Braley Road, Ransomville, NY 14131.  For information, check out their website at www.ransomvillespeedway.com, like them on Facebook by searching Ransomville Speedway or follow them on Twitter @Ransomville. 
Genesee Speedway is located off Route 5 at the Genesee County Fairgrounds at 5056 E Main Street Rd, Batavia, NY 14020.  For more information, check out their website at genesee-speedway.com and like them on Facebook by searching Genesee Speedway. 
RUSH Racing Series is brought to you by Sweeney Chevrolet Buick GMC & Pace Performance along with the support of Hoosier Tire, Bilstein Shocks, Sunoco Race Fuels, Bazell Race Fuels, Insinger Performance, MSD Performance, Holley Performance Products, Hovis Auto & Truck Supply, FK Rod Ends, Wehrs Machine & Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Jones Racing Products, TBM Brakes, Performance Bodies & Parts, Racing Electronics, Dirt Defender, Wrisco Industries, Frankland Racing Supply, Landrum Performance Spring, Ontime Body & Graphic, Trailer-Alarms.com, Bonnell's Rod Shop, Zarin Truck & Automotive, Sherwood Wheels, Alternative Power Sources, Precise Racing Products, Lincoln Electric, Velocita-USA, Classic Ink USA, CrateInsider.com, and Valley Fashions.
E-mail can be sent to the RUSH Racing Series at info@rushracingseries.com and snail mail to 4368 Route 422, Pulaski, PA 16143. Office phone is 724-964-9300 and fax is 724-964-0604. The RUSH Racing Series website is www.rushracingseries.com. Like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/rushsprintcars and follow us on Twitter @RUSHSprints


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2019 Badger Midget Auto Racing Association Schedule
Saturday April 20     Beaver Dam Raceway (Beaver Dam, WI)
Saturday April 27     Maquoketa Speedway (Maquoketa, IA)
Saturday May 18     Sycamore Speedway (Sycamore, IL)
Sunday May 19       Angell Park Speedway (Sun Prairie, WI)
Saturday June 1      Sycamore Speedway
Sunday June 2        Angell Park Speedway
Friday June 7          Luxemburg Speedway (Luxemburg, WI)
Saturday June 8      Plymouth Dirt Track (Plymouth, WI)
Sunday June 9        Angell Park Speedway
Saturday June 22    Sycamore Speedway
Sunday June 23      Angell Park Speedway
Saturday July 6       Wilmot Raceway (Wilmot, WI)
Sunday July 7         Angell Park Speedway
Saturday July 20     Sycamore Speedway
Sunday July 21       Angell Park Speedway
Saturday July 27     Beaver Dam Raceway
Sunday July 28       Angell Park Speedway
Saturday Aug. 3      Sycamore Speedway
Sunday Aug. 4        TBA
Sunday Aug. 11      Angell Park Speedway
Saturday Aug. 17    Sycamore Speedway
Sunday Aug. 18      Angell Park Speedway
Saturday Aug. 31    Sycamore Speedway
Sunday Sept. 1       Angell Park Speedway
Saturday Sept. 14   Beaver Dam Raceway
Saturday Sept
. 21   141 Speedway (Maribel, WI)  


2019 POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League

Thur, March 21    Creek County Speedway 
Fri, March 22        I-44 Speedway 
Sat, March 23      I-44 Speedway 
Sun, March 24     Port City Raceway 
Fri, April 5             Humboldt Speedway 
Sat April 6            Humboldt Speedway 
Fri, April 26           Belle-Clair Speedway 
Sat, April 27         I-55 Raceway 
Sun, April 28        Jacksonville Speedway 
Fri, May 3*           Valley Speedway 
Sat, May 4*         Lucas Oil Speedway 
Fri, May 10          Belle-Clair Speedway
Sat, May 11         Macon Speedway 
Fri, May 24*         Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex 
Sat, May 25*        Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex 
Sun, May 26*       Lake Ozarks Speedway 
Wed, June 12      Belle-Clair Speedway
Thur, June 13       Fayette County Speedway 
Fri, June 14         Jacksonville Speedway 
Sat, June 15        Macon Speedway                                                                         
Sun, June 16       Lincoln Speedway                                                                               
Sun, June 30       Lincoln Speedway                                                                                
Sat, July 6            Fairbury Speedway
Sun, July 7           Angell Park Speedway 
Fri, July 12*          Valley Speedway 
Sat, July 13*        Valley Speedway 
Sun, July 14*        Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex
Fri, Aug 2*            I-55 Raceway 
Sat, Aug 3*          I-55 Raceway 
Thur, Aug 15        Fairbury Speedway 
Fri, Aug 16           Lincoln Speedway                                                                            
Sat, Aug 17         Macon Speedway 
Sat, Aug 31*        Lake Ozarks Speedway 
Sun, Sept 1*         Lake Ozarks Speedway
Fri, Sept 6            Jacksonville Speedway 
Sat, Sept 7           Spoon River Speedway
Fri, Sept 20           Belle-Clair Speedway 
Sat Sept 21          Macon Speedway
Fri, Oct 11            Belle-Clair Speedway 
Sat, Oct 12          Southern Illinois Raceway 
Fri, Oct 25*          Creek County Speedway 
Sat, Oct 26*         Creek County Speedway 
Fri, Nov 29           Vado Speedway Park
Sat, Nov 30         Vado Speedway Park


POWRi Speedway Motors 600cc Outlaw Micro Schedule;

Thur, March 21   Creek County Speedway
Fri, March 22       I-44 Speedway
Sat, March 23     I-44 Speedway
Sun, March 24     Port City Raceway
Fri, April 26           Belle-Clair Speedway
Fri, May 10           Belle-Clair Speedway
Sat, May 11         Macon Speedway
Fri, May 17           Belle-Clair Speedway
Sat, May 18         Southern Illinois Raceway
Fri, May 24           Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex
Sat, May 25         Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex
Wed, June 12      Belle-Clair Speedway
Thur, June 13       Fayette County Speedway
Fri, June 14          Jacksonville Speedway
Sat, June 15        Macon Speedway
Sun, June 16       Lincoln Speedway
Fri, July 12           Valley Speedway
Sat, July 13         Valley Speedway
Sun, July 14         Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex
Sat, Aug 17         Macon Speedway
Fri, Sept 6            Jacksonville Speedway
Fri, Sept 13          Belle-Clair Speedway
Sat, Sept 14        Macon Speedway
Fri, Oct 11           Belle-Clair Speedway
Sat, Oct 12         Southern Illinois Raceway
Fri, Oct 25           Creek County Speedway
Sat, Oct 26         Creek County Speedway

2019 Must See Racing Sprint Car Series Schedule

Date – Venue – Location

March 29 – Ace Speedway – Altamahaw, N.C.
March 30 – Ace Speedway – Altamahaw, N.C.
May 4 – Anderson Speedway – Anderson, Ind.
May 11 – TBA – TBA
May 25 – Anderson Speedway – Anderson, Ind. **
June 1 – Berlin Raceway – Marne, Mich.
June 15 – TBA – TBA
July 5 – Birch Run Speedway – Birch Run, Mich.
July 26 – Hillside Buffalo Speedway – Holland, N.Y.
July 27 – Hillside Buffalo Speedway – Holland, N.Y.
Aug. 17 – Berlin Raceway – Marne, Mich.
Aug. 31 – TBA – TBA
Sept. 14 – Jennerstown Speedway – Jennerstown, Pa.
Sept. 28-29 – Rockford Speedway – Loves Park, Ill.

** – 71st Pay Less Little 500, non-points event



Sat, April 27 Tyler County Speedway Middlebourne, WV $600 to-win, $150 to-start
Sat, May 4 Sharon Speedway Hartford, OH $600 to-win, $150 to-start with All Star Sprints
Sat, May 11 Pittsburgh's PA Motor Speedway Imperial, PA  
Sun, May 19 Old Bradford Speedway Bradford, PA $600 to-win, $150 to-start
Sat, May 25 Sharon Speedway Hartford, OH  
Sun, May 26 Tyler County Speedway Middlebourne, WV $600 to-win, $150 to-start
Sat, June 1 Sharon Speedway Hartford, OH  
Sat, June 8 Sharon Speedway Hartford, OH  
Fri, June 14 Raceway 7 Conneaut, OH Tri-State Speedweek; Payoff TBA
Sat, June 15 Stateline Speedway Busti, NY Tri-State Speedweek; Payoff TBA
Sun, June 16 Eriez Speedway Erie, PA Tri-State Speedweek; Payoff TBA
Tue, June 18 Sharon Speedway Hartford, OH Tri-State Speedweek; Payoff TBA (With All Star Sprints)
Sat, June 22 Sharon Speedway Hartford, OH  
Fri, June 28 Lernerville Speedway Sarver, PA With BOSS Sprints
Sun, June 30 Old Bradford Speedway Bradford, PA $600 to-win, $150 to-start
Sat, July 6 Pittsburgh's PA Motor Speedway Imperial, PA  
Sat, July 13 Pittsburgh's PA Motor Speedway Imperial, PA  
Sat, July 20 Sharon Speedway Hartford, OH  
Sat, July 27 Pittsburgh's PA Motor Speedway Imperial, PA  
Tue, July 30 Sharon Speedway Hartford, OH $600 to-win, $150 to-start with Super DIRTcar Big-Block Modfied Series
Sat, Aug 3 Pittsburgh's PA Motor Speedway Imperial, PA  
Sun, Aug 11 Eriez Speedway Erie, PA  
Sat, Aug 17 Sharon Speedway Hartford, OH  
Sat, Aug 24 Sharon Speedway Hartford, OH  
Sat, Aug 31 Lernerville Speedway Sarver, PA "Manufacturers Night" presented by MSD Performance - "Sprint Spectacular"
Sat, Sept 7 Pittsburgh's PA Motor Speedway Imperial, PA  
Fri, Sept 13 Ransomville Speedway Ransomville, NY "Empire State Classic" Night 1 - $800 to-win, $160 to-start
Sat, Sept 14 Genesee Speedway Batavia, NY "Empire State Classic" Night 2 - $800 to-win, $160 to-start
Sun, Sept 15 Genesee Speedway Batavia, NY "Empire State Classic" Night 3 - $800 to-win, $160 to-start
Fri, Sept 20 Sharon Speedway Hartford, OH "Apple Festival Nationals"
Sat, Sept 21 Pittsburgh's PA Motor Speedway Imperial, PA  
Sat, Sept 28 Pittsburgh's PA Motor Speedway Imperial, PA  
Oct 18-19
Lernerville Speedway Sarver, PA "Steel City Stampede"; $800 to-win, $160 to-start




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