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Unfortunately all 3 cars were unable to continue and parked on the infield. Second B-Main (10 Laps): Smith, Maresca, Azzalina, Miller, Carber, butler, Danny Buccafusca, Robbie Hocker, Nate Brinker, Mike Meyers, Josh Conover, PJ Wiliiams. American Racing Drivers Club Midget past champion Alex Bright, reigning Action Track USA Speed STR and Micro Sprint champion Tim Buckwalter, nationally acclaimed Micro Sprint standout Austin Quick and regional Micro favorite Jesse Maurer each punched their tickets into tonight's ,000-to-win East Coast Indoor Dirt Nationals inside Trenton, NJ’s CURE Insurance Arena by winning 15-lap A-Qualifier races last night. Tasmanian Champion Joe Lostitch (Kerby Kerb V22) then won the final heat from Harley Bishop (The Speedway Shop SA6) after Brad Day had been black flagged in a strange set of circumstances. He then thanked car owners Victory Lane Racegear Renee & Mat Eastham. SA95 Dalitz and SA16Gartner both showed talent as they diced with each other after both qualifying into the Top 6 Pole Shoot out earlier. ALEX BRIGHT, TIM BUCKWALTER, AUTIN QUICK AND JESSE MAURER RACE INTO EAST COAST INDOOR DIRT NATIONALS WITH A-QUALIFIER VICTORIES; TOTAL OF 12 STARTERS NOW LOCKED INTO SATURDAY NIGHT FINALE; REMAINING DOZEN STARTERS TO BE DETERMINED FROM ‘ALPHABET MAINS’ PRIOR TO 40-LAP FINALE IN TRENTON TRENTON, NJ DECEMBER 2, 2017 . Billy Pauch, Jr., Geordan Marrero, Kyle Lick and Pat Bealer finished second to the four race winners while Gary Bozowski, Brandon Pavel, Kyle Spence, and Jimmy Glenn, third in the four races, also transferred into the Saturday 40-lap A-Main. David Alford (TEH Transport Equipment Hire v18) had spun the #18 but the stewards though it had been rookie Daniel Timberlake in the #14. “I would like to do some more if I can fit them in”. Both Buckwalter and Quick started inside the top twelve but went to the rear of the field once each for being involved in accidents. With qualifiers locked in from the 84-car entry field, the 72 non-qualifiers remain eligible for the remaining 12 feature starting spots which will be determined through a series of “Alphabet Mains”. Next event on the Victorian Calendar is a return to Avalon on December 9 where a continuation of the awesome Speedcar action is set to continue. When all was said and done it was veteran driver Jimmy Trulli of Placerville that held off a torrid late-race charge from Roseville’s Sean Becker to pick up the ,000 win at the Gold Fever H&H Trenching Sprint Spooktacular. 93 machine during the night and got the jump at the waving of the green flag from the pole in the 25-lap feature. Reutzel slid Hafertepe, Jr., for second coming to the white flag only to have the current Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour points leader cross back under to maintain the position as Balog slipped by for third. Ryan Smith, Kunkletown, Pa., Luke Thomas, Wyoming, Del., early leader Kyle Lick, Lehighton, Pa., Eddie Strada of Hamlin, Pa., and Kenny Miller of Morgantown, Pa., rounded out the top ten finishers. Each of these ten lap races, ten in all, run Saturday. VSDA 2017/18 race calendar (subject to change) December 9 Avalon - Round 3 Track Championship 16 Portland 28 Laang January 7 Warrnambool – 73rd Victorian Speedcar Championship 13 Avalon - G-Town Rumble/Rd 4 Track Championship February 9/10 Murray Bridge SA – Australian Speedcar Championship 24 Bairnsdale March 17 Avalon – Skips Race/Rd 5 Track Championship. Numerous caution periods and couple red flags plagued the flow of the contest, but in-between the stoppages the action remained entertaining. Hafertepe, Jr., prevailed on the final lap to take runner-up honors aboard the Towline Variety/Lonestar Speedway No. They were followed by Ben Atkinson (11th), Peter Doukas (12th), Marcus Dumesny (13th), Glen Sutherland (14th), Rusty Hickman (15th) and Grant Stansfield (16th). Unluckiest driver on the night, and there were a few, was Travis Mills (Dutton Garage, Sacrifice Scooters V10) who lead early and was the only one to seriously challenge Kingshott. Those unfortunate enough not to complete the 35-lap journey were Lachlan Mc Hugh, David Murcott, Matthew Dumesny, Aidan Hall, John Vogels, Jake Smith and Shaun Dobson. When Toby Smith spun, Mills who was running 2nd went to drive around Smith but the youngsters’ car slid up into the path of Mills. Thomas started 23rd in the 24-car field, Lick led from the pole position at the start for the first 17 laps before becoming involved in a crash from which he returned, and Strada and Miller each went to the rear of the pack for accident involvement at one point or another in the race. The top two finishers in each race advance into the successive race at the back of the field. 24 Redline – Bill Evans Classic April 7 Wangaratta 21 Avalon – Round 6 Track Championship. Throughout the race Trulli continued to his marks as Sean Becker tried to find a way by, hounding him in second. 15h Cool-chassis while Reutzel rallied back around Balog to put his Triple-X chassis in third.

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The runner-up immediately sought out Kidd on the homestretch after the race to congratulate him on his winning ride. A dustless, table-top smooth speedway with a usable cushion greeted competitors throughout the afternoon and evening of action that featured 14 races and hours of practice. Mills continued to lead until the next stoppage when Smith spun and was hit by Norm Moore (Moore’s Saw Sharpening SA4). NT26 Tony Moule, S95 Jarman Dalitz suffered damage also but were able to restart. 3s JR1-chassis to capture the ,000 winner’s take in the 30th edition of the COMP Cams Short Track Nationals presented by Hoosier Tires. (Rains) signaled for me to go up high and we were definitely a lot better up there,” Swindell explained. The next meeting at Sungold Stadium, Premier Speedway, Warrnambool will be Round 5 of World Series Sprintcars on Monday January 1, 2018, which will feature an exciting line-up of World Series contracted drivers who will again take on the likes of Kerry Madsen, Cory Eliason and a host of stars. Another driver who could challenge for the unluckiest title would be Matt Papa, who rolled spectacularly during hot laps! For tickets and more information please check out King Caruso dominates Mark Caruso’s feature win secured him enough points to take out the JSR ‘King of the Rivers’ at Wangaratta Speedway for RD4 of the Mainline Dyno Log Dynamometers All Star Series. “Too black (the track) and too ambitious” was Papa’s succinct explanation. “I set up my car to run the second half of the race,” Carber offered. The ten heats were won by Pauch, Jr., Glenn, Buckwalter, Spence, Bobby Butler, Jesse James Bartleson, Bright, Wayne Scott, Mike Maresca, and Tyler De Vault. By this point Parker, Brown, Wigzell, Queenslander Scott Wilson (Mud Buddy Q42) and Mac Kay were having a great battle constantly swapping podium positions until Parker brought the race to its early conclusion with his lap 27 rollover. After dropping a heat and lining up in the B he drove the wheels off the car to put it onto the podium. With Swindell leading the way, Hafertepe, Jr., snuck by Reutzel for second moments before a caution flew for Wayne Johnson’s stalled mount just five laps into the race. “All I had to do was miss all of the wrecks in the first half, which I was able to do. Pauch and Buckwalter each came from ninth and last starting position to win. Alex Bright officially advanced from fourth to win his heat. In a nice touch, trophies were presented by Leroy Beasley and the Grand daughters of the late Alf Beasley, Sarah and Olivia, with the Beasley BMW powered vintage Speedcar as a nice prop. Reds were bought out again with S69 Cody Atkins, S15 Jack Gartner & NS38 Shaun Forrell all suffering damage and ending their nights in a Turn 3 incident. Back under way, Swindell stretched out a half straightaway lead as he sliced through traffic until a final caution flew with just a dozen laps remaining.

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