Mitchell Masters Belle-Clair!!

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(Belleville, IL) Tonight the Midget World Championship Series finale took place at the Belle-Clair Speedway in Belleville, Illinois. In time trials Cody Trammell would take home the final fast time award of the season with a time of 11.4695. In the thirty lap main event Trammell and Jordin Mitchell would get out to a decent lead early before Trammell would eventually get in the wall and allow Mitchell to get around him on the bottom. Mitchell would go on to win the race over Trammell and Kolton Snyder and Trammell would walk away the series champion. Thanks to everyone who supported the series and we hope to venture into the iRacing Dirt leagues as soon as it is released!

Full Results:

Time Trials-

1 Cody Trammell 11.4695
2 Kolton Snyder 11.7596
3 Jordin Mitchell 11.9321
4 Luke Repsik 11.9334
5 Louden Reimert 12.0404
6 Demetrios Drellos 12.2131
7 Seth Shebester 12.2355

A Main (30 laps)-

1 Jordin Mitchell
2 Cody Trammell
3 Kolton Snyder
4 Luke Repsik
5 Demetrios Drellos
6 Louden Reimert
7 Seth Shebester

Buanno Blasts to Rollling Wheels Win!!

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(Elbridge, NY) Tonight the Big Block Modified Winter Tour visited the Rolling Wheels Raceway in Elbridge, New York for the “Double Down Race of Champions”. Taking home the fast time award with a lap of 18.3073 would be New York native Robert Symonds who had previously just won the Super Dirt Week event at Oswego hosted by M&M Leagues. In the first of two ten lap heats after a three car inversion Mike Buanno would start on the pole and never be challenged and go on to win. In the second and final qualifying event on the card Broc Caswell would surprise many as he went on to grab the win over Tyler Montesano. In the one hundred lap main event Robert Symonds would start on the outside front row a lead a majority of the race early on until already two time winner Mike Buanno would challenge him for the race lead and eventually take the spot and go on and win. Tomorrow night the series travels to the Mansfield Motor Speedway for the “Great Lakes Dirt Nationals”.

Full Results:

Time Trials –

1 Robert Symonds 18.3073
2 Tyler Ducharme 18.3140
3 JP Monroe 18.3386
4 Josh Sunn 18.3422
5 Mike Buanno 18.3659
6 Broc Caswell 18.4175
7 Dylan Cecce 18.4603
8 Tyler Montesano 18.4688
9 Stephen Forward 18.4725
10 Rodger Knapp 18.5670
11 Pat Oriely 18.7842
12 Doug Gavette 18.7995
13 Jeff Munsch 18.8552
14 Shawn Holcomb 18.8928

Heat #1 (8 laps)-

1 Mike Buanno
2 JP Monroe
3 Robert Symonds
4 Dylan Cecce
5 Jeff Munsch
6 Pat Oriely
7 Stephen Forward
8 Eric Wilke

Heat #2 (8 laps)-

1 Broc Caswell
2 Tyler Montesano
3 Josh Sunn
4 Doug Gavette
5 Dillon Paddock
6 Rodger Knapp
7 Tyler Ducharme
8 Shawn Holcomb

A Main (30 laps)-

1 Mike Buanno
2 Robert Symonds
3 Josh Sunn
4 Rodger Knapp
5 Tyler Ducharme Warning (Rough Driving, multiple incidents with other drivers.)
6 Stephen Forward
7 Dillon Paddock Warning (Retaliating under green flag after previous incident with Broc Caswell.)
8 Broc Caswell
9 Doug Gavette Warning (Retaliating under yellow flag after previous incident with Tyler Ducharme.)
10 Shawn Holcomb Warning (Crashed in-front of lead lap cars and failed to ESC.)
11 Tyler Montesano
12 Eric Wilke
13 Dylan Cecce
14 Pat O’riely
15 Jeff Munsch
16 JP Monroe DQ (Straight lined Ducharme on final lap of race in turn 4 cutting infield.)

Carr Conquers Macon!!

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(Macon, IL) Tonight the Midget World Championship visited the tiny 1/5th mile bullring known as Macon Speedway in Macon, Illinois. A solid nineteen cars entered the pit area with some drivers making their first appearances of the year with the series. In qualifying it would be Troy Wagaman Jr. making the Posse proud back home in PA picking up the fast time award on the night with a time of 10.2941 almost .2 tenths faster than the rest of the field. In the first of three eight lap heat race events Anton Hernandez would make the best of Wagaman’s early mistakes who drew the zero inversion for the heat races and Hernandez would go on to win over Wagaman and Louden Reimert. In the second heat race event Kolton Snyder would battle back and forth with fourth place starting Austin Carr but manage to hold him off and secure the win over Carr and Dillon Paddock. In the final qualifying event of the evening Chase Porter would capatilize on Brian Antonio flipping in turn one after battling hard back and forth for the first few laps. In the thirty lap main event there would be plenty of excitement with Austin Carr and Brian Antonio charging hard through the field but Carr would make the best of the restarts after yellow flags and go on to win over Trevor Fitz and Brian Antonio. Next week the series finale takes place at the Belle-Clair Speedway in Belleville, Illinois.

Full Results:

Time Trials –

1 Troy Wagaman Jr 10.2941
2 Kolton Snyder 10.4303
3 Chase Porter 10.4407
4 Luke Repsik 10.4559
5 Dale Grotherr 10.4591
6 Brian Antonio 10.4817
7 Anton Hernandez 10.5010
8 Mikey Smith 10.5136
9 Trevor Fitz 10.5671
10 Louden Reimert 10.5931
11 Austin Carr 10.6180
12 Tim Campbell 10.6664
13 Eric Wilke 10.8285
14 John McClellan 10.8571
15 Ryan Mueller 11.0520
16 Josh Sunn 11.0760
17 Dillon Paddock 99.9999

Heat #1 (8 laps)-

1 Anton Hernandez
2 Troy Wagaman Jr
3 Louden Reimert
4 Josh Sunn
5 Eric Wilke
6 Luke Repsik

Heat #2 (8 laps)-

1 Kolton Snyder
2 Austin Carr
3 Dillon Paddock
4 Dale Grotherr
5 Mikey Smith
6 John McClellan

Heat #3 (8 laps)-

1 Chase Porter
2 Ryan Mueller
3 Braydin Abrew
4 Trevor Fitz
5 Tim Campbell
6 Brian Antonio

A Main (30 laps)-

1 Austin Carr
2 Trevor Fitz
3 Brian Antonio
4 Kolton Snyder
5 Josh Sunn
6 Anton Hernandez
7 Troy Wagaman Jr
8 Dale Grotherr
9 Eric Wilke
10 Luke Repsik
11 Dakota Osborn
12 Dillon Paddock
13 Braydin Abrew
14 Ryan Mueller
15 Tim Campbell
16 Chase Porter
17 Mikey Smith
18 John McClellan
19 Louden Reimert