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But the car was on a rail, and my experience here in other divisions is a big help - I know where to put the car on this track.” While Kunsman started on the pole in the Midget feature, it was far from a “gimme” for the wheel-twister from Bethlehem, Pa. By way of the Dash finish it was Sanders and Shane Golobic leading the field to green for the first 30-lap bout of the seaso. By virtue of earning the most finishing and passing points in his heat race, Hahn started on the front row for the twenty-five-lap feature with Johnny Herrera alongside. Last year’s series champion, Ryan Greth, lined up next to him on the front row. When the green flag was displayed, it was Sanders getting the jump on the lightning fast surface before the caution flag was needed with one lap complete. Hahn would quickly take the lead as the green flag fell with Herrera, Wayne Johnson, Sam Hafertepe, Jr. Kunsman cruised all alone out front over the final ten revolutions to pick up his first Midget win. A caution late in the race would set up a four-lap dash to the end. Hanks came home in the fourth position while Sammy Swindell rounded out the top five. Miller finished a career-best second, with Shawn Jackson, Daniel Robinson, and newcomer Lee Nardelli rounding out the top five. Kunsman also won his heat race (he won his 270 and 600 heats, too, making him a perfect six-for-six between heats and features on Friday). The next event for the USAC Eastern Midgets will be at BAPS Motor Speedway on Saturday, April 21. With Kyle Offill getting upside down on the first attempted restart, the second would go off with no issues and Sanders would get a nice jump, though Shane Golobic would hang close. The five, ten lap heat races for the forty-eight-car field were won by Herrera, Swindell, three-time and defending series champion Jeremy Campbell, Hahn and Seth Bergman. “But my dad said that he spent all winter getting the three cars ready, and he wanted to see all of them race. On the last lap Benson tried going high but was unable to make it work as White was first to the checkers. And now I am glad we ran all three classes; it’s still hard to believe that I won three features in one night! POWERi Elite Sprint Series 1 Paul White, 15b Quinton Benson, 24c Craig Carroll, 04 Kyle Jones, 5r John Ricketts, 34 RJ Miller, 24h Ty Hulsey, 24 Ben Silliker, 6 Christian Moore, 82 Josh Hanna, 52 JD Fry, 57 Chase Parsons, 11 Jake Bland, 30 Davis Jones, 21 Michelle Melton, 55 Kenny Elwood, 54 David Sherry, 36e Blake Edwards, 64j Johnny Miller, 07j Chris Clark, 75 Sam Stockon, 24d Dennis Smith ESS heats Heat 1; 21 Michelle Melton, 24c Craig Carroll, 64j Johnny Miller,24 Ben Silliker, 57 Chase Parsons, 36e Blake Edwards, 11 Jake Bland, 54 David Sherry Heat 2; 04 Kyle Jones, 24h Ty Hulsey, 34 RJ Miller, 24d Dennis Smith, 07j Chris Clark, 30 David Jones, 5r John Ricketts---dns Heat 3; 15b Quinton Benson, 55 Kenny Elwood, 1 Paul White, 6 Christian Moore, 52 JD Fry, 82 Josh Hanna, 75 Sam Stockon Hahn Claims Biggest Victory of Career and $13,000 Richer!



Lebanon’s Casey Vitale was fast time of the night, Bend veteran Darren Coffell won the Dot’s Trophy Shop Trophy Dash, while heat race winners were Joey Tanner and Luckman. Next up for the Sprint Series of Oklahoma IMCA Race Saver presented by Smiley’s Racing Products/Hoosier Racing Tires Southwest will be their first of three scheduled events at Lawton Speedway in Lawton, Oklahoma on Saturday night, April 14. As noted Mitchell Faccinto claimed the Race Punk Dash and the BR Motorsports heat race. Speed Equipment heat and Carson Macedo taking home the King Racing Products heat. The event would go caution free and Christian had built up an impressive lead, but he would get bottled up by lapped traffic in the late stages. Sellers would dispose of Shouse for the runner-up position one lap later and on lap three, took over the top position from Owens. Joey Tanner, of Portland, would track Chuck Christian down and make the pass for the coveted position on lap twenty-five. Those two drivers ran one-two throughout the event with Sellers seemingly unchallenged until lap sixteen. Our Word of the Year choice serves as a symbol of each year’s most meaningful events and lookup trends.

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Tanner, in a brand-new race car, would stay out in front for the remainder of the distance to win his first race of the season. That is when Owens would close the cap and began putting pressure on the Mustang driver and coming out of turn two, made his move to retake the lead on the last lap. Red Shirt Dash in Honor of Lanny Edwards Red Shirt Dash (6 Laps): 1.