Six Divisions on
Friday Night; Figure 8's, SuperTrucks, CRA Street Stocks and Front Wheel Drive
Pro on Saturday
Speedway returns to racing action this weekend with another big double header
weekend. On July 11, the WLBC / MAX Friday Night Summer will showcase USAC
Kenyon Midgets, Newco Metals Legends, Mini Cups, ThunderCars and Quick Auto
Front Wheel Drives in Amateur and Figure 8 action.
On Saturday, July 12, the CRA Street Stocks make a second season appearance. The
Ed Martin Chevrolet SuperTrucks, ImmediaDent Figure 8’s and Quick Auto Front
Wheel Drive Pro division will all be in action on the world’s fastest quarter
In the Newco Metals Legends, John Robbins extended his points lead to 129
markers after earning his second consecutive victory last weekend. Second in the
standings is Billy Smith. The remainder of the top five includes Mark Dietzen,
Clark Dietzen and Frank Camasta.
After turning in an impressive start to the ThunderCar season, Travis Burge
holds a three point lead over last year’s division runner-up Lonny Burton. The
remainder of the top five includes Sam Folsom, Tom Tacket and Dennis Farver Sr.
John Ford sits atop the Quick Auto Front Wheel Drive Amateur division with a
seven point cushion over Harry LaShure. Third is Andy Keller with Kevin Harmon
and Jared Keller completing the top five.
In the Quick Auto Front Wheel Drive Figure 8’s, Andy Keller holds a 40 point
advantage over Donnie Ellis Jr. Third in the standings is Harry Lashure with
Jared Keller and Tony Torres rounding out the top five.
On Friday Night, spectator gates open at 5:30 p.m. with the racing program
beginning at 8. Admission is $7 for adults and $4 for kids ages 6-12. Children
five and under get in free.
Heading into this weekend’s action, Joe Beaver leads the CRA Street Stock point
standings with a 20 point leader over Bret Miles Jr. New Castle’s Brian Hopkins
ranks third with Larry Matillio and Josh Burton rounding out the top five.
Beaver also leads the Ed Martin Chevrolet SuperTruck point standings with a 25
point lead over Josh Poore. Third is most recent race winner Rod Phipps with
Jerry Faucett and Josh Timmerman rounding out the top five.
After posting a top-five finish last weekend, Ranny Hinton now holds first
position in the ImmediaDent point standings. Rob Allman ranks second, 48 markers
from the top spot. Ronnie Rose, Mike Riddle Jr. and Joe Hart round out the top
five in the point standings.
Markleville’s Randy Hoppes collected two Quick Auto Front Wheel Drive Pro
features last weekend to extend his points lead to 239 markers over Donnie Ellis
Jr. Third is Gary Bragg Jr. with Kevin Harmon and Peter Corsaro completing the
On Saturday Night, spectator gates open at 5 p.m. with the racing program
beginning at 8. Admission is $10 for adults and $4 for kids ages 6-12. Children
five and under get in free.
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