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The News
Written by Toni   
Monday, 21 July 2014 15:48

Fan appreciation night brought the fans out in full force…..the kids were treated to filled goodie bags compliments of the drivers, and their crews.

In the 270 Micro division there was a hard four car wreck coming out of turn two in the very first lap.  The fourteen lap main feature finished clean with four lead changes.  Robert DeRochey got the last lead and finished just ahead of Scotty Soder.

The BST 305 Sprint Cars raced (and wrecked) in Kansas thinning out the field to four cars for the trip to I-76 Speedway.  Nic Sutton #15, finished first with Nick Haygood #1, close behind.

Jeff Meeker in the #5 BST Late Model challenged the 88C driven by Corey Cox for most of the race.  But when the checkers flew the #222 David Wheeler slipped by to finish second just ahead of Cox.

Modified #6K Brad Kemble, was relentless in pursuing the #59 Geoff McNally for thirteen laps.  In the 14th lap, Kemble took over coming of turn three and led the remainder of the race to the checkered flag.  Angie Hayes #50, finished in third place.

Sport mod #11 Becky Dechant gets her first win in 8-/1/2 years after a crazy race riddled with tangles and yellow flags.  Trevor Geist #10 ran wheel to wheel with Becky for 8 laps before she took the lead and the checkers.  Steven Lewis #74 finished in the three spot.

The Econo main feature saw one spin out then it was smooth sailing to the checkered flag with the #7 Todd Brotemarkle staying in the lead.   Hot in pursuit were the #14 Ryan Stewart, 85 Rick Pennetta, and #77 Mitch Boesel.

The Hornet field is gaining cars to add to the excitement of the young drivers.  This week’s winner Cameron Ratcliff #51, finished just ahead the 40 Driven by Travis Brandt.  John Symmes, #22 finished third.

Our next race will be held on August 2nd when the BST Late Models roll into town again.   Also racing on the 2nd will be the Modifieds, Sport Mods, Econos, 270 Micros and the Hornets.


As reported by Pat Hall

Angie Hayes wins IMCA Modified feature event PDF Print E-mail
Written by Toni   
Monday, 07 July 2014 21:50
Fireworks lit up the sky and the heart of hometown girl, Angie Hayes who took the checkers in her first ever IMCA Modified win. A sellout crowd gave the #50 a standing ovation as she rumbled into the winners circle. Track owner Butch Speicher reported that he had never heard the crowd react to a winner as they did to Angie’s triumph over another fan favorite ” flying J”, Jeremy #17J Frenier. Dick Brack, in the 14B finished third with “weekend warrior” WW2 Bubba Alvarado taking the fourth spot. The IMCA Sport Mod feature event saw Chad Dolan #87D finish just ahead of #74 Steven Lewis for his second win at I-76 this summer. Ryan Moser finished in the third spot with #11, Becky Dechant in tow. Econo #66, Kraig Thomas got to take the 1st place trophy to his mantle after winning the main feature with a broken water pump. Craig Smith #05 finished second with #39 Chad Mann close behind. Todd Brotemarkle #7 finished fourth. Skylar Rhoades #44 drove a great race and finished just ahead of the #9S Scotty Soder, and #63 Maria Hankins, in the 27 Micro main feature. Rounding out the top five were #8 Blaze Bennett, and #25 Cody Langevin. Lanny Bolton driving the #24 Hornet finished ahead of Travis Brandt #40, and #51 Cameron Ratcliff. Number 5, Cole Hall finished fourth. The dwarf main had Alex Amen #46 finishing first ahead of the 17R Larry Stone. Brad Bayne in the 3 car finished third ahead of Charlie Dragger #11. The next race will be held on July 19th when the BST Late Models and the BST 305 Sprints make an appearance at I-76 Speedway. Fan appreciation night is also scheduled for that night. Races start at 6. Be sure to come out meet your favorite drivers, and join in on the fun!!
Last Updated on Monday, 07 July 2014 21:53
Sprint Car Shootout June 7 PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 29 May 2014 05:46
Sprint Car Shoot Out June 7
Rookies and rollovers PDF Print E-mail
Written by Toni   
Monday, 19 May 2014 16:24

Rookies and roll overs excitement for the night, but it wasn’t the rookies doing the rolling.

The 270 Micro main event was full of action and several roll overs.  That didn’t stop the #10 Lance Bennett from running green to checkers fir the win.  Robert DeRochey #18, finished second with the young Cody Langevin in the 25 on his tail.

The Rocky Mountain Midgets rolled in with ten cars, for their first show at I-76 this summer.  Scott Fennell #33 shot out to the early but couldn’t hold on.  Early in the 5th lap #88 Dustin Weland took the lead.  However, #27 Kieth Rauch wasn’t far behind and passed Weland with #14 Tony Rossi in tow.  When the checkers flew it was Rouch, Rossi, Harr, and Fennell finishing fourth.

Lapped cars put a damper on the charging dwarfs.  Number 55 Andy Rogers led the first seven laps and was tangled with a lapped car when Brady Dilka #30 took advantage and grabbed the lead.  Dilka led until lap 16 when #11 Charlie Drager trapped him in lapped traffic, made the pass and sailed through the last 5 laps for the win.  TJ Trengrove # 5R finished third.

The seemingly ageless and many times track champion #41, Bill Lundock shot out from his front row starting position to lead the Modified main event for the first seven laps.  Mike O’Patik, relentless in his pursuit of a win took the lead in the 8th lap and fought off the hard charging #8H John Hansen and the “Flying J” Jeremy Frenier for his first ever modified win.

Lee Kemmitt #98 IMCA Sport Mod started in the 8th spot and blasted his way to the lead in the first lap. From there he never looked back.  Tom Nelson Jr. #34 finished second.  Steven Lewis #74 crossed the finish line third with #14 Tom Quint right behind.

Last week’s Econo winner Todd Brotemarkle #7 started in the front row only t have a tire cut down in the second lap.  Chad Mann #39 took over the lead with #66 Kraig Thomas chasing him all the way to the checkered flag.  Rick Penneta#85 finished third.

The Hornet division had two new drivers this week, one being #44 Alexis Hickman-Hall, the beautiful young  sister of the infamous Hall Brothers, and the other being #73 Kyle Beck, hailing from Keensburg.                Shane Oknewski #151 won the race, ahead of #5 Cole Hall and#51 Cameron Ratcliff, but the rookies both finished without incident.


Toni Zinanti

2014 Summer Schedule PDF Print E-mail
Written by Toni   
Friday, 31 January 2014 23:39
2014 Summer Series Schedule
Last Updated on Monday, 10 February 2014 13:31
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Written by Monica   
Tuesday, 28 April 2009 20:44
IMCA MODIFIED 8z Zach Hilzer Fort Morgan
IMCA SPORT MOD 87D Chad Dolan Gibbon, NE
ECONO 85 Rick Penetta Northglenn
HORNETS 51 Cameron Ratcliff Arvada
270 MICRO 25 Cody Langevin Brighton
RMDCRA 55 Andy Rogers Akron
RMMRA 27 Keith Rousch Thornton

Last Updated on Sunday, 17 August 2014 11:28