McCarthy Auto Group Night this friday. Racing USRA Modified & B-Mod, Stock Class, Pue Stock & Sports Compact. Gates open at 6 with races starting at 8. Adults - $10, Kid's (6-12) - $5.
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Story By: Scott L. Stewart
USRA Stock Car Division Patrick Kay is on a roll in 2015, winning his second feature in as many weeks at Humboldt Speedway’s 2015 season.
In this weeks episode, “PK” wrestled away the lead in lap 3, then proceeded to distance himself from the rest of the field. Scott Collins finished the race in second place, followed by Chance Stevenson, Ken Colston, and Lucas Owen.
While he hasn’t been a permanent fixture at the Speedway, Josh Everhart of Burlingame, Ks. has ventured to the Hummer High Banks on many occasions over the years, competing in several classes, never finding the elusive Humboldt feature win. That is, until this week, when Everhart absolutely dominated the USRA Modified feature, despite an outstanding effort by runner up Tad Davis. John Allen survived a nasty crash to claim third, with Tyler Davis fourth and Scotty Bough fifth.
One young driver remains unbeaten in both heat and feature action this season; Tyler Davis of Chanute is the dominant factor in the fledgling Sport Compact series. Newcomer Drake Barker was runner up in this weeks event.
In a fierce last lap fight to the finish, Benjamin Haddox crossed the flag stand first, on his roof! Haddox was battling with Derrek Wilson, Wison made an aggressive move at the flag that put Haddox into the wall, then into a barrel roll down the front straight. Wilson was disqualified for rough driving, and Wayne Johnson was scored runner up. Mike Churning, Stetson Deets, and Donald Mcintosh rounded out the top five.
Andy Bryant was the clear cut man to beat in B-Mod feature action, winning wire to wire over a 19 car field. Lucas Issacs finished second, Dylan Allen third, Brian McGowen fourth, and Tim Vangotten fifth.
Ray’s Metal Depot USRA B-Mod
A FEATURE 1, Andy Bryant. 2, Lucas Isaacs. 3, Dylan Allen. 4, Brian McGowen. 5, Tim VanGotten. 6, Jimmie Davis. 7, Dustin Beisley. 8, Jim Body. 9, Trevor Drake. 10, Mike Letterman. 11,
Jason Thurman. 12, Mark Hunziger. 13, Ethan Isaacs. 14, Robbe Ewing. 15, Tim Phillips. 16, Kenton Allen. 17, Bobby Gough. 18, Riley Whitworth. 19, Brant Meandenhall
HEAT 1 1, Brian McGowen. 2, Brant Meandenhall. 3, Jimmie Davis. 4, Tim VanGotten. 5, Dylan
Allen. 6, Mark Hunziger. 7, Jason Thurman.
HEAT 2 1, Mike Letterman. 2, Jim Body. 3, Riley Whitworth. 4, Dustin Beisley. 5, Bobby Gough.
6, Kenton Allen.
HEAT 3 1, Andy Bryant. 2, Tim Phillips. 3, Lucas Isaacs. 4, Ethan Isaacs. 5, Robbe Ewing. 6,
McCarthy Auto Group USRA Modified
A FEATURE 1, Josh Everhart. 2, Tad Davis. 3, John Allen. 4, Tyler Davis. 5, Scotty Bough. 6, Chase Domer. 7, Jeremy Chambers. 8, Jessy Willard. 9, Jim Body. 10, Scott Daniels. 11, Dalton
Kirk. 12, Gene Hogan. 13, Jackie Dalton. 14, Dennis Bishop. 15, Allan Broers. 16, Barry Gifford. 17, Chase Sigg. 18, Daniel Wosoba. 19, John Cammon V. 20, Paden Phillips. 21. Jerry Morris
HEAT 1 1, Chase Domer. 2, Jim Body. 3, Jackie Dalton. 4, John Allen. 5, Jerry Morgan. 6, Paden
Phillips. 7, Daniel Wosoba.
HEAT 2 1, Tad Davis. 2, Gene Hogan. 3, Dalton Kirk. 4, Scott Daniels. 5, Dennis Bishop. 6, Allan
Broers. 7, Barry Gifford.
HEAT 3 1, Scotty Bough. 2, Josh Everhart. 3, Tyler Davis. 4, Jessy Willard. 5, Jeremy Chambers.
6, John Cammon V. 7, Chase Sigg.
Whitworth Construction Pure Stock
A FEATURE 1, Benjamin Haddox.2, Wayne Johnson. 3, Mike Churning. 4, Stetson Deets. 5, Donald McIntosh. 6, Andrew Woods. 7, Mitchell Coulter. 8, Mike Kay. 9, Krew Walburn.10, Devin Phillips. 11, Joey DeCoster.
HEAT 1 1, Derrek Wilson. 2, Benjamin Haddox. 3, Devin Phillips. 4, Krew Walburn. 5, Mitchell Coulter
HEAT 2 1, Donald McIntosh. 2, Wayne Johnson. 3, Stetson Deets. 4, Andrew Woods. 5, Mike Kay. 6, Joey DeCoster. 7, Mike Churning.
A FEATURE 1, Tyler Davis. 2, Drake Barker. 3, Aaron Farwell.
HEAT 1 1, Tyler Davis. 2, Tevyn James. 3, Aaron Farwell. 4, Drake Barker.
A FEATURE 1, Patrick Kay. 2, Scott Collins. 3, Chance Stevenson. 4, Lucas Owen. 5, Ken Colston.
HEAT 1 1, Lucas Owen. 2, Patrick Kay. 3, Ken Colston. 4, Scott Collins. 5, Chance Stevenson.
After nearly a month of pre-season blockbuster races at Humboldt Speedway, the 2015 racing season at The Hummer began in earnest April 10th.
The highlight race of the evening was the B-Mod feature, 18 cars starting the A-Main field. Among them was Tim VanGotten, starting on the inside pole, and Andy Bryant, starting dead last. Four laps in, Bryant spun, putting him dead last yet again, while VanGotten paced the field. From there, things went dramatic. VanGotten drove hard holding on to the lead, as Bryant blasted through the field. With 2 laps left, Bryant took the lead. At the white flag, VanGotten executed one of the gutsiest moves seen in recent memory, going absolutely wide open through turns 1 and 2, laying a massive slide job on Bryant, and taking both the lead and the win. Bryant was the runner up, Riley Whitworth finished third. Lance Lincoln and Tim Phillips rounded out the top 5.
Tad Davis, a strong contender in the recent Modified pre-season action, dominated the USRA A Mod feature, recording his first ever feature win at The Hummer. John Allen ran strong to secure a second place finish, Josh Everhart was third, Scotty Bough fourth, and Dennis Bishop fifth.
Stock Car Division ace Patrick Kay turned in a wire to wire feature win in that division’s feature race, with Ken Colston runner up. Third spot went to rookie Chance Stevenson, Russ Moyer was fourth, Scott Collins fifth.
In Pure Stock action, Mike Churning turned in a flawless performance to take the feature win, despite intense pressure from runner up Bryce Weldon, while Donald McIntosh came home third. Wayne Johnson and Derrek Wilson rounded out the top five.
A brand new class, Sport Compacts, made it’s debut this week at Humboldt Speedway. Tyler Davis established himself as a rising star with a wire to wire feature win, followed by Aaron Farwell and Tevyn James. As the season rolls on, look for this division to expand and become the scene of some really interesting .
A FEATURE 1, Tim VanGotten. 2, Andy Bryant. 3, Riley Whitworth. 4, Lance Lincoln. 5, Tim Phillips. 6, Ethan Isaacs. 7, Dustin Beisley. 8, Jason Thurman. 9, Mike Letterman. 10, Jimmie Davis. 11, Dylan Allen. 12, Mark Hunziger. 13, Jake Storrer. 14, Kenton Allen. 15, Tyler Kidwell. 16, Lucas Isaacs. 17, Jarrid Johnson. 18, Casey Meggison.
HEAT 1 1, Lance Lincoln. 2, Mike Letterman. 3, Lucas Isaacs. 4, Jason Thurman. 5, Ethan Isaacs. 6, Casey Meggison.
HEAT 2 1, Tim VanGotten. 2, Tim Phillips. 3, Jarrid Johnson. 4, Jake Storrer. 5, Mark Hunziger. 6, Andy Bryant.
HEAT 3 1, Tyler Kidwell. 2, Dylan Allen. 3, Riley Whitworth. 4, Jimmie Davis. 5, Dustin Beisley. 6, Kenton Allen.
A FEATURE 1, Tad Davis. 2, John Allen. 3, Josh Everhart. 4, Scotty Bough. 5, Dennis Bishop. 6,
Scott Daniels. 7, Gene Hogan. 8, Chase Sigg. 9, Jeremy Chambers. 10, Jesse Folk Jr.).
HEAT 1 1, Tad Davis. 2, John Allen. 3, Scotty Bough. 4, Gene Hogan. 5, Jeremy Chambers. 6,Dennis Bishop.
HEAT 2 1, Josh Everhart. 2, Scott Daniels. 3, Chase Sigg. 4, Jerry Morgan. 5, Paden Phillips. 6 Jesse Folk Jr.
A FEATURE 1, Mike Churning. 2, Bryce Weldon. 3, Donald McIntosh. 4, Wayne Johnson. 5 Derrek Wilson. 6, Joey DeCoster. 7, Lucas Owen. 8, Justin Shadden. 9, Krew Walburn. 10, Jon Westhoff. 11, Bobby Brown.
HEAT 1 1, Bryce Weldon. 2, Donald McIntosh. 3, Derrek Wilson. 4, Wayne Johnson. 5, Krew Walburn.
HEAT 2 1, Mike Churning. 2, Bobby Brown. 3, Lucas Owen. 4, Joey DeCoster. 5, Jon Westhoff. 6, Justin Shadden.
A FEATURE 1, Tyler Davis. 2, Aaron Farwell. 3, Tevyn James.
HEAT 1 1, Tyler Davis. 2, Aaron Farwell. 3, Tevyn James.
A FEATURE 1, Patrick Kay. 2, Ken Colston. 3, Chance Stevenson. 4, Russ Moyer. 5, Scott Collins.
HEAT 1 1, Patrick Kay. 2, Russ Moyer. 3, Scott Collins. 4, Ken Colston. 5, Chance Stevenson.
Jason Hughes stalked Dereck Ramirez for 57 laps Saturday night at the Humboldt Speedway, finally pounced on an opportunity to take the lead on lap 58, and then paced the final 43 circuits to capture the victory in the King of America V Modified Nationals presented by Chix Gear Racewear.
In addition to his 2010 United States Modified Touring Series National Championship trophy, the 40-year-old from Watts, Okla., has won every USMTS major event at least once, but his 124th career USMTS triumph Saturday may be the sweetest of all.
“This is one of the crown jewels we have every year for the Modifieds,” Hughes said in victory lane. “You want to have your name on all of them, and this is one of them we was missing and sure liked to get.”
Hughes has won more USMTS races at ‘The Hummer’ than any other driver, but his tenth and most recent win prior to Saturday night came 13 races ago during the 2012 season.
And after spending most of last year on the road racing late models full time, his last USMTS victory of any kind was at the Salina (Okla.) Highbanks Speedway on Oct. 11, 2013.
“We had a pretty good race car tonight,” Hughes said. “We started the year off good and found a few problems with it, went down and did some testing last week and got her dialed in for this race.”
Ramirez, who started on the pole next to Hughes to start the 100-lapper, set a furious pace early on and pulled out to a big lead. But his advantage began to shrink after lap 12 when a swarm of lapped cars slowed his progress and allowed Hughes to narrow the gap.
Cautions on laps 22, 31, 42 and 51 kept the field close behind the back bumper of Ramirez, with Hughes searching throughout the first half of the race for a way to get by.
“I knew somebody was ducking underneath me and I could hear somebody up top,” Ramirez said. “So I just tried to keep my car wide but I was still sort of a sitting duck out there.”
While Hughes was maneuvering in Ramirez’s shadow, defending King of America winner Rodney Sanders was methodically working his way to the front of the pack and eventually got around Brandon Davis and Austin Arneson in back-to-back laps to take control of the third spot on lap 45.
Another yellow flag on lap 57 saw Hughes get his chance on the restart when Ramirez bobbled ever so slightly through a rough portion of turn 4. Hughes pulled alongside and edged Ramirez by a nose to take the lead for the first time on lap 58.
Read more: Hughes Wins King of America V
Shawn Strong in Victory Lane Saturday night with his team after collecting the Battle at the Bullring win. COmplete results below. To see all click the read more link
Thursday, March 12th, 2015 BMod Results
1. 88x - Delray Dykstra
2. 33x - Justin Froemming
3. 7r - Ryan Restad
4. 5b - John Briggs
5. 2b - Brandon Jones
6. 6 - Lucas Issacs
7. 211 - Tim Eaton
8. 49 - Rusty Forrest
9. 22 - Brian McGowen
10. 117 - Tim Galvin
11. z28 - Randy Zimmerman
1. 11jr - Randal Schiffelbein
2. e85 - Jason Strand
3. 77r - Ryan Schroeder
4. 42n - Paul Niznik
5. 16s - Skyler Smith
6. 3x3 - Nick Newton
7. 14a - Andrew Ahlers
8. 03 - Lance Dixon
9. 50h - Haley Lee
10. 101 - Bobby Maggard
11. 54 - Tyler Kidwell
1. 17a - Mike Striegal
2. 44w - Kale Westover
3. 7t - Jared Timmerman
4. 15l - Payton Looney
5. 19 - Lucas Rodin
6. 8 - Mike Letterman
7. 18 - Danan Knott
8. 007 - Daniel Foley
9. 42 - Dan Christopner
10. 25 - Brandon Hines
11. 35m - Josh Maxwell
1. 1m - Curt Myers
2. 11x - Mike Higley
3. 44s - Wesley Smith
4. 1r - Tyler Viltz
5. 12 - Brian Rigsby
6. 15a - Curt Ahlers
7. 411 - John Ihlenfeld
8. 18 - JC Morton
9. 782 - Jeremiah Christiansen
10. 4 - Dustin Beasley
11. 77 - Jeff Douty
1. 23m - Jim Day
2. 37 - Mack Estey
3. 42x - Ron Saurer
4. 20c - Casey Meggison
5. 99 - Caleb Edwards
6. 54 - Eddie Ingram
7. 121 - Tim Phillips
8. 22t - Michael Truscott
9. 45 - Dustin Thulen
10. red1 - Dan Wheeler
11. 9k - Kinzer Edwards
1. 19j - Jenae Gustin
2. 11 - Derek Brown
3. 1s - Rusty Kollman
4. 33r - Mike Roach
5. r63 - Riley Whitworth
6. 68 - Levi McGowen
7. 71 - Jim Body
8. 1x - Cody Erickson
9. 17 - Shadren Turner
10. 92 - Jeff Kaup
11. 15 - Ryan Edde
1. 7k - Dale Kraling
2. 16 - Jason VandeKamp
3. 88 - Randy Klein
4. 22m - Davey Mills
5. 7m - Heath Murray
6. 11 - Jason Thompson
7. 10c - Cole Haugland
8. 34f - Tony Filbert
9. 98 - Dylan Allen
10. 81x - Matt Sparby
11. 07 - Cory Crapser
1. 21b - Brandon Kenney
2. 77t - Jeff Autry
3. 65k - Kris Jackson
4. 60 - Tyler Hall
5. 37 - Tim VanGotten
6. 222 - Colton Stevens
7. 6 - Casey Skyberg
8. 4x - Bo Day
9. 7x - Lance Lincoln
10. 16f - Matt Fugate
11. 28x - Brian Bolin
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