Matt Lux wins Super Late Model feature


Matt Lux wins Super Late Model feature

Also winning features where Michael Duritsky in the Crates, Greg Moore in the Semi Lates, Anthony Monteparte in the Pure Stocks and Jeremy Batcherr in the four cylinder

 
Matt Lux and Clate Copeman brought the Super Late Model feature onto the track.  At the drop of the green, Lux jumped out to the lead followed by Copeman and Tommy Beck.  One of the fastest cars on the track was sixth place starter, Alex Ferree.  On lap 12, Ferree was up to second place with Michael Norris up to third and was able to run down Matt Lux.  At the of the race, Lux was able to pick up his first career win at the track aboard the Jim Detman owned, Jim’s Auto, Skeel Plumbing, The River’s Edge Rocket.  Ferree would finish second, Daniel Angelichio was third, Kenny Schaltbrand in fourth and Michael Norris fifth.  Rounding out the field was, Michael Pegher, Tommy Beck, Clate Copeman, Jared Miley, John Weaver,  Colton Flinner, Michael Lake, Levi Yetter, Kelvin Kohan and Chris Schneider.  Alex Ferree had fast time at 18.10 seconds to earn the $50 bonus from Vinyl Destination and HB Motorsports and Ferree and Lux won the heat races.

Daniel Angelichio and Michael Duritsky brought the Late Models out for their feature event.  Duritsky would take advantage of starting on the front row and jump out to the lead with Angelicchio and Ryan Frazee in tow.  Duritsky would have a rocketship all night and lead all 30 laps, but Angeichio would keep pressure on Duritsky and at times, would pull side by side with Duritsky.  Duritsky, making his debut at the track, would take the win aboard the Mike’s Auto, Garry’s Auto Sales Rocket in the Rick Frazee benefit race.  Angelichio would finish second, Matt Gladen was third, Clate Copeman was fourth and Troy Shields was fifth.  .Justin Kahn was sixth followed by Tommy Schirnhofer in seventh, Hayden Jacobs in eighth, Josh Ferry was ninth and Derek Rogers in tenth.  Rounding out the field was Collin Burke, Mike Cuthbert, Marino Angelichio, John Stockdale, Zack Kane, John Over, Chuck Recker, Ryan Frazee, Rob Lions,  Joe Zulisky and Nate Wolbert.  Gladen, Duritsky and Frazee won the heat races and Ryan Frazee had fast time.  We would like to thank Jeff Richardson of Snap On Tools, Bobby Lake Motorsports, Garry’s Auto Sales, Drake Troutman Racing and K2 Engineering for all their help with the race.

Spike Moore and Clinton Hirsch brought the semi lates feature onto the track.  At the drop of the green, Greg Moore would move into the lead followed by Hirsch and Robbie Black in tow.  On lap #15, Moore would get a flat tire and then the next lap, Hirsch would get a flat and Black would get the lead.  In two laps, Moore would race up and retake the lead and go on and pick up the win in the Travis Wilson owned Rocket on his birthday.  Black would finish second, Paul Ivory was third, Rick Wicker was fourth and Hirsch was fifth.  Rounding out the field was Steve Scaife, Bernie Whiteford Jr and Caleb Whiteford.  Moore won the Garage Crawl and HB Motorsports fast time award and also won the heat race..
 
 
Anthony Monteparte and EJ Rozak brought the Charger feature on to the track.  At the drop of the green, Monteparte would jumped out to the lead with EJ Rozak and Duke Davidson in tow.  Monteparte would lead all 20 laps and take the win and the  aboard the 66 Auto Supply, A-1 Machine D&M Racing Chevrolet.  Rozak would take second with Davidson in third, Jim Zufall was fourth and Brandon Dolland was fifth.  William Schramm was sixth, Jim Hixson was seventh, Laura Chamberlain was eighth, Shawn McGinnis was ninth and John Hollis was tenth.  Rounding out the field was Joe Calver.  Monteparte and Rozak won the heart races.   
 
Matt Welch and Dylan Burkett brought the 4 cylinder feature onto the track.  At the drop of the green, Welch would jump out to the lead followed by Burkett and Jerry Batcher.  On lap number seven, Welch would lose the rear tire on his car and collect Burkett which resulted in Burkett making a pit stop.  Once the green was back out,Batcher would go on and lead the rest of the race and earn the $750 first place prize.  The 418 was second, Brian Noel was third, Tyler Hoffman was fourth and the 422 was fifth.  Rounding out the field was the 422 car, Tiffany McElhose, James Roberts, Burkett, Brian Spangler, Greg Faust, Justin Connors, Joe Huffman, Matt Welch, James Roberts, car 4, Jack Theys, Paul Koefler III, Josh Frontz, Jeremy Grubbs, Dustin Pugh, Michael Boring.  Dylan Burkett and Matt Welch won the heat races.