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Kentuckiana Ford Dealers ARCA 200

SUNDAY, APRIL 30, 2017

Featuring the ARCA Racing Series presented by
Menards and the Lucas Oil Great American Stocks

ADVANCE TICKETS NOW SELLING
Call 812-883-6504 or 1-888-246-7223

Click On Breaking News For Complete 2017 Salem Schedule of Events



 

 

SALEM SPEEDWAY CAMPING FOR ARCA WEEKEND

This Saturday (April 22) at 9 a.m. is when the camping area at Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery opens for the upcoming Kentuckiana Ford Dealers ARCA 200. Free camping is available to those attending the April 30th event. Campers must be able to show proof of ticket purchase to take advantage of the free camping privilege. To help keep camping free of charge at Salem Speedway, track officials ask that you please take no more space than needed for your camping area. For a complete list of Salem camping rules and regulations click on Camping this web site. Advance tickets are currently selling for the Kentuckiana Ford Dealers ARCA 200 and can be purchased on-line at the Speedway web site listed here or by calling 812-883-6504 or 1-888-246-7223 during regular business hours.

ARCA on the way to Salem for 101st appearance;
Kentuckiana Ford Dealers 200 coming April 29-30

 

TOLEDO, Ohio (April 6, 2017) - The ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards will soon be headed back to familiar territory in beautiful southern Indiana. The 101st appearance of the 65-year-old tour is coming to Salem Speedway April 30 for the Kentuckiana Ford Dealers ARCA 200.

Among the teams on the way include Cunningham Motorsports, coming with two drivers -- Newton, N.C.'s Shane Lee in the No. 22 Ford and Boca Raton, Fla.'s Dalton Sargeant in the No. 77 Ford. Both drivers are competing for the 2017 ARCA national championship and the Sioux Chief Short Track Challenge title. Sargeant is driving the car that Chase Briscoe won the ARCA national championship and Short Track title in before Briscoe moved onto his full-time ride in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series with Brad Keselowski Racing.

Three-time Cometic Crew Chief of the Year Chad Bryant, crew chief on the 77, says the bar's going to get raised again in '17.

"Competition's getting better," said Bryant. "We've been so good these last few years...everybody's had to go to work on their stuff. We've been so good on short tracks...we put a lot of pressure on everybody else to get better. But as good as the competition is now, we have no choice but to get better."

Meaning that Cunningham isn't exactly sitting on their hands.

"We're building new cars...trying to advance our program to keep it where it needs to be. Everybody else is doing their homework.

"We'll be right there in competition for the championship and the Short Track title, and I think both of our teams will compete for it....in years past it's been one or the other."

Cunningham teammates Lee and Sargeant are off to great starts in '17, finishing third and fourth respectively at Daytona. Lee drives the No. 22 Big Tine Ford with former NASCAR Cup champion crew chief  Paul Andrews calling the shots while Sargeant works with crew chief Bryant in the 77.

No doubt the entry list is loaded up with top-notch talent and quality equipment from several powerhouse teams including Venturini Motorsports, coming with three rookie drivers: No. 15 Christian Eckes (Middletown, N.Y.), No. 25 Raphael Lessard (St. Joseph, Quebec) and No. 55 Zane Smith (Huntington Beach, Calif.).

Ken Schrader Racing is expected to enter two cars, one with the team's 2017 Daytona winner Austin Theriault (Fort Kent, Maine) in the No. 52, and another with newcomer Tony Mrakovich (Elizabethtown, Pa.) scheduled to make his second career start in the No. 11 Schrader-Hillenburg Toyota.

Joe Gibbs Racing is also expected to enter with rookie Riley Herbst (Las Vegas, Nev.). Herbst announced a full ARCA schedule in 2017 in the No. 18 NOS Energy-Terrible Herbst Toyota; however, age restrictions prevented him from competing at Daytona during the race. Since Daytona, Herbst has turned 18 and is good to go for the full season ahead.

Other notable entries expected include Thomas Praytor (Mobile, Ala.) in the No. 9 DK-LOK Ford; Bret Holmes (Munford, Ala.) in the No. 23 Southern States Bank-Holmes II Excavation Chevrolet; AJ Fike (Galesburg, Ill.) in the No. 27 MatrixCare-Consonus-Liberty Village Ford; and Gus Dean (Bluffton, S.C.) in the No. 32 GREE Cooling Products Toyota.

Will Kimmel is also expected to enter in his father Bill Kimmel's iconic No. 69 Ford, as is Mike Basham in his father Darrell Basham's No. 34 Chevy. Both drivers are from nearby Sellersburg, Indiana.

Past ARCA Racing Series winners at Salem include NASCAR Cup champions Bobby Allison and Benny Parsons, 1952 Indianapolis 500 winner Troy Ruttman, six-time ARCA champion Iggy Katona, Ken Schrader, 10-time ARCA champion Frank Kimmel (9-time Salem winner), and three-time series champions Jack Bowsher and Tim Steele. NASCAR drivers Justin Allgaier, Brian Keselowski, Chris Buescher and Brennan Poole have also visited victory lane in ARCA competition at Salem. Christopher Bell swept both ARCA races at Salem in 2016.

The Salem race also marks round 2 for the Sioux Chief Short Track Challenge, one of 11 short track events in 2017 that make up ARCA's Short Track championship.

The Kentuckiana Ford Dealers 200 will spread out over two days, Saturday and Sunday, April 29-30. Practice is Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30, with qualifications following at 2:45. Kentuckiana Ford Dealers 200 raceday festivities get underway Sunday morning with an on-track driver autograph session from 11:30 to 12:30 followed by the Lucas Oil Great American Stock feature event at 1:00 p.m. (EDT). Pre-race ceremonies, ARCA driver introductions and the Kentuckiana Ford Dealers 200 follow.

Advance tickets, both general admission and reserved, are currently selling for the Kentuckiana Ford Dealers ARCA 200.  They can be purchased on-line or 1-888-246-7223 during regular business hours.

 

PRE-SEASON TESTING AT SALEM SET
TO KICK-OFF ON SATURDAY, APRIL 1

The first of two pre-season practice sessions at Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery is set for Saturday, April 1st.

The test, open to both Salem Speedway divisions and any traveling divisions scheduled to race at Salem in 2017, starts at 12-noon and goes until 2 p.m.  Both the short-track and high banks will be available for testing.

PNC pit gates open at 10:30 a.m.  The second and final pre-season test is set for Saturday, April 15th.

Race fans are invited to view the test session from the grandstand area at no admission charge.

SALEM SPEEDWAY SEASON TICKETS NOW SELLING

Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery season tickets are currently selling for the 2017 racing season.  They are priced at just $165 for reserved seats and $140 for non-reserved.

Now is the time to take advantage of substantial savings, while ensuring that you don’t miss a lap of breathtaking action during the 2017 season at Salem Speedway.

To order your season tickets or for more information call 812-883-6504 or 1-888-246-7223. Most major credit cards are accepted.

The 2017 Salem season kicks-off on Sunday, April 30th with the Kentuckiana Ford Dealers ARCA 200.  Featuring the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards and the Lucas Oil Great American Stocks.

ARCA, USAC, CRA HEADLINE 2017 SALEM SPEEDWAY
FUELED BY THE HOOSIER LOTTERY SCHEDULE

SALEM, IN, Feb. 3 – The 2017 Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery racing season kicks-off with a visit by the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards in late April and concludes with the 29th annual Smoker Friendly Discount Tobacco Halloween 200 in October.  In between a combination of national and regional events are set to take place on the .555-mile high banked oval, the quarter-mile infield track and the “Roval” road course.

“We believe that our 2017 schedule will appeal to a wide range of racing fans,” said Richard Deaton, general manager of the southern Indiana track.  “Our aim is to continue expanding our traditional events while adding some new wrinkles to the remainder of our schedule.”

Among traditional events returning to the high banks in 2017 are spring and fall visits by the ARCA Racing Series.  The Kentuckiana Ford Dealers ARCA 200 is set for Sunday afternoon, April 30th and the Eddie Gilstrap Motors Fall Classic presented by Meadow View/Salem Crossing will take place under the lights on Saturday, September 9th.

The fall ARCA race has been designated the official “ARCA Throwback Weekend”.  A full weekend of activities; including a golf scramble, parade of haulers, throwback paint schemes and Friday night Fan Fest are just part of the festivities planned for the fall event.

The Discover Scott County Joe James/Pat O’Connor Memorial presented by the Kentuckiana Ford Dealers headlines August action at Salem.  The 58th annual open wheel classic, featuring the USAC Silver Crown Champ Car Series, is set to unfold on Saturday night, August 12th.

Past winners of the James/O’Connor Memorial, one of the most historic and longest running memorial races in the nation, include such legendary drivers as Bob Sweikert, A.J. Foyt, Parnelli Jones, Mario Andretti, Bobby Unser, Pancho Carter, Rich Vogler and Tony Stewart.

The annual visit by the Midwest Oldtimers Vintage Race Car Club is also scheduled to take place in conjunction with the James/O’Connor Memorial.

Late model racing takes center stage at Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery on Saturday night, June 17th as the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour returns to the high banks for the fourth annual Midwest 150.

The three previous JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour races held at Salem have produced some of the best action of the season on the super-fast .555-mile oval.

The CRA Street Stocks will join with the Lucas Oil Great American Stocks (GAS) on Sunday afternoon, June 4th for the Casey’s General Store GAS/CRA Challenge.

The Triple 50 format will include 50-lap feature events for both divisions with the top finishers out of each race advancing to the final 50-lap “Challenge Race”.  The top street stock type cars from throughout the state of Indiana and beyond are expected for this inaugural event.

Other traditional events planned for 2017 include the 28th annual Discover Scott County Firecracker 200 presented by O’Reilly Auto Parts on Sunday, July 2nd and the Smoker Friendly Discount Tobacco Halloween 200 on Sunday, October 22.

Salem Speedway will pay tribute to all mothers on Saturday night, May 13th with a special Mother’s Day Celebration.  The track will be offering free grandstand admission for all ladies on this night. 

Race fans and classic car enthusiasts will want to mark Saturday, July 22nd on their calendar, as Summerfest 2017 presented by ACE Hardware of Salem takes center stage.  The summer fun event features on-track activity from both Salem Speedway divisions – Great American Stocks and Front Wheel Drive Stocks – plus the Midwest Thunder Roadsters and Legends Cars.  A cruise-in, burnout contest and live music are also part of the third annual event.

The annual Redneck Enduro 100 has a new name in 2017 – the Xtreme Roval 100.  The multi-turn road course type event for the Salem Front Wheel Drive Cars is set to roll off on Sunday, October 1st.

Additional information concerning 2017 activities at Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery, including season and single race ticket information, may be obtained by calling 812-883-6504 or 1-888-246-7223 or by accessing the Speedway web site at www.salemspeedway.com.

2017 Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery Schedule

Apr. 1 & 15 Open Practice
Apr. 29/30 Kentuckiana Ford Dealers ARCA 200
  ARCA Racing Series and Great American Stocks
May. 13 Mothers Day Celebration
  Free Grandstand Admission For All Ladies
  Lucas Oil Great American Stocks, Front Wheel Drive Stocks
  And Indiana Champ Kart Series
June. 3/4 Casey's General Store GAS/CRA Challenge
  Lucas Oil Great American Stocks, CRA Street Stocks
  And Front Wheel Drive Stocks
June. 17 Midwest 150
  JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Late Models, Lucas Oil Great American
  Stocks and Front Wheel Drive Stocks
July. 2 Discover Scott County Firecracker 200
  Presented by O'Reilly Auto Parts
  Lucas Oil Great American Stocks (non-points), $5,000 to win
  And Front Wheel Drive Stocks
July. 22 Summerfest 2017
  Presented by ACE Hardware of Salem
  Lucas Oil Great American Stocks, Front Wheel Drive Stocks,
  Thunder Roadsters and Midwest Legends Cars.  Classic Car
  Cruise-in, Burnout Contest and Music. Dollar Beer/Dollar Hot Dogs
Aug. 12 Discover Scott County 
  Joe James/Pat O'Connor Memorial
  Presented by the Kentuckiana Ford Dealers
  USAC Silver Crown Champ Car Series and Lucas Oil
  Great American Stocks.  Midwest Oldtimers Vintage Race Car Club
Sept. 9 Eddie Gilstrap Motors ARCA Fall Classic
  Presented by Meadow View / Salem Crossing
  ARCA Throwback Weekend - Featuring the ARCA Racing Series
  and the Lucas Oil Great American Stocks 
Oct. 1 Extreme Roval 100
  Front Wheel Drive Stocks (non-points) on the road course
Oct. 21/22 Smoker Friendly Discount Tobacco
  Halloween 200
  Lucas Oil Great American Stocks (non-points), $5,000 to win

 

RACING ELECTRONICS TO CONTINUE AS OFFICIAL
COMMUNICATIONS PROVIDER AT SALEM SPEEDWAY

SALEM, IN, Jan. 6 - Racing Electronics has agreed to continue as the “Official Communications Provider” of Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery for the next three years reports track management. The 2017 season marks the 22nd consecutive year for the Concord, NC, company to serve in that capacity. “We’re certainly pleased to continue our longstanding relationship with Racing Electronics,” said a track spokesperson. “Racing Electronics has served us well with a quality product and great service for many years.”

O’REILLY AUTO PARTS TO SERVE AS PRESENTING
SPONSOR OF JULY 2nd FIRECRACKER 200

SALEM, IN, Dec. 28 - Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery is happy to announce that O’Reilly Auto Parts will serve as the presenting sponsor of the 2017 Firecracker 200. O’Reilly Auto Parts, with over 4,000 stores in 42 states, is known for offering the best combination of price and quality at the highest possible service level.

 “We are extremely excited to have the continued support of O’Reilly Auto Parts at Salem Speedway,” said a track spokesperson in making the announcement.

The 28th annual Firecracker 200 presented by O’Reilly Auto Parts is set for Sunday, July 2nd. The non-points race for the Lucas Oil Great American Stocks and visiting street stock type divisions pays $5,000 to win.

LUCAS OIL CONTINUES AS TITLE SPONSOR
OF GREAT AMERICAN STOCK DIVISION IN 2017

SALEM, IN, Nov. 29 – Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery track management announced today that Lucas Oil will continue as title sponsor of the Salem Speedway Great American Stock division for the 2017 season.

“We’re certainly pleased to have the continued support of Lucas Oil at Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery,” said track general manager Richard Deaton.  “This is a company recognized throughout the motorsports industry for top quality products and a commitment to customer satisfaction.”

Lucas Oil Products are among the fastest growing additive lines in the consumer automotive industry.  A premium line of oils, greases and problem solving additives has helped establish Lucas as a prominent figure in this marketplace.

Lucas has long been directly involved in the American racing industry through multiple vehicle sponsorships and racing event promotions, at all levels. Seeing a need for better lubricants in this industry, the Lucas people went to work again. The end result being a line of high performance engine oils and gear oils that are second-to-none in the racing industry.

The Lucas success story has been built upon hard work, an unparalleled line of premium products and an unwavering commitment to customer satisfaction. This single formula for success will continue to guide Lucas Oil Products as it grows in the years to come.

The Lucas Oil Great American Stocks enjoyed a banner year at Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery in 2017.  The popular division averaged over 26 cars per race during the just completed season with seven different winners in 10 races.

For more information on Lucas Oil products visit the Lucas Oil web site at www.lucasoil.com.

BAYENS, ROGERS AND ALLEN HONORED AS 2016 SALEM
TRACK CHAMPIONS DURING SEASON ENDING CEREMONY

SALEM, IN, Nov. 14 - Track champions were crowned and numerous other honors were handed out at the 28th annual Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery Awards Luncheon on Sunday afternoon. Over 160 drivers, owners, mechanics, sponsors and guests gathered at Cornerstone Hall in Salem for the season ending event.

The top 10 finishers in all three Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery divisions were among the honorees.

Season champions honored were David Bayens of Borden, Ind., Lucas Oil Great American Stocks; Craig Rogers of Louisville, O’Reilly Auto Parts Pure Stocks; and Jesse Allen of Lanesville, Ind., Salem Front Wheel Drive Stocks.

Rookie of the Year honors went to Jamie Goodman of Louisville (Great American Stocks) and Codey Turnage of Memphis, Ind., (Front Wheel Drive Stocks).

Six Sigma Crew Chief of the Year Awards were presented to Eddie Bayens (Great American Stocks), Leo O’Hara (Pure Stocks) and Jim Allen (Front Wheel Drive Stocks).

Bayens was awarded the Lucas Oil Performance Award for the Great American Stock division, as he was the only driver to complete 100 percent of available laps (410 of 410) in feature competition during the 2016 season.

The Duragloss Car Care Products “Jerry Norris Memorial” Best Appearing Car Award was presented to Justin Bex.

Tim Sebastian, owner of the cars driven by Bayens and Tony Conway, was the recipient of the Boyd Smedley Memorial Sportsmanship Award presented annually by radio station WUME-FM.

Hoosier Lottery draw game host, Katie Hargitt, was a special guest at Sunday’s season ending awards ceremony.  Hargitt, who appears weekly on TV throughout the state of Indiana, talked briefly about the Hoosier Lottery and also assisted with the award presentations.  

Prior to the awards ceremony Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery track owner Owen Thompson addressed the gathering about the just completed season and the upcoming year.  The 2017 season, that will be the 23rd under the direction of the Thompson family, is schedule to kick-off in April.  

NEW SALEM SPEEDWAY CAMPING
REGULATIONS FOR ATV’s, SCOOTERS, ETC.

Due to insurance regulations and our desire to keep the Salem Speedway camping area a safe family friendly atmosphere, ATV’s, go-karts, motorized scooters, mopeds, mini bikes or dirt bikes will no longer be allowed in the camping or parking lot area. Golf carts will be allowed if operated in a responsible manner by those with a valid drivers license. Race teams may still use ATV’s for work related purposes.

 

Dear Race Fans,

We welcome campers at Salem Speedway for all of our racing events.

We ask your cooperation in making this a great experience for everyone involved. To help keep camping free at Salem Speedway we ask that you please observe a few rules.

  • Don’t abuse camping space. Please do not take more space than absolutely necessary for your campsite. No campers allowed on site or saving of spaces more than 7 days prior to event.
  • Respect those camping around you. Keep music at a lower volume during the late evening hours. Keep pets leashed at all times. No pets allowed inside track.
  • Do not camp outside the marked boundaries.
  • Salem Speedway reserves the right to refuse camp ground entrance to individuals and campers.
  • NO ATV’s, GO-KARTS, MOTORIZED SCOOTERS, MOPEDS, MINI BIKES OR DIRT BIKES ALLOWED ON PREMISES. Golf carts will be allowed if operated in a responsible manner by those with a valid drivers license. This will be strictly enforced. Race teams may still use ATV’s for work related purposes. Those not in compliance with this rule face eviction from grounds.
  • Please be extra careful with campfires during dry and windy conditions.
  • Illegal drugs, explosives, fireworks, firearms, potato launchers, sling shots, guns of any type are prohibited. Excessive drunkenness, lewd or obscene behavior is grounds for eviction from Speedway property.
  • Salem Speedway assumes no responsibility for loss, theft or damage of individual’s private property.
  • All trash and waste to be removed by camper.
  • Please be aware of all carbon monoxide dangers that can be harmful to you or other guests. Vehicle and generator exhaust MUST be expelled safely away from adjacent campsites.
  • Salem Speedway property must be vacated by Tuesday at 6 p.m. following weekend race. Exception for those with paid season long spots.
  • Due to insurance regulations Salem Speedway is prohibited from towing motorhomes, campers, etc. For towing services call – Wilcox Towing 812-883-3888. All towing at campers expense.
  • Obey the rules. Failure to observe rules may result in eviction and possible prosecution.
  • For emergency services – fire, police, ambulance call 911

    We hope you have a great weekend at one of America’s most historic race tracks. Please accept our invitation to join us for some great racing action at Salem Speedway during the 2012 season..

Sincerely,
Salem Speedway Management

Indiana Alcohol Beverage Commission Regulations prohibit alcohol carry-in through spectator gates.

 


UNOFFICIAL RESULTS
SMOKER FRIENDLY DISCOUNT TOBACCO
HALLOWEEN 200

Sunday, October 23, 2016

FIN. NO. DRIVER HOMETOWN LAPS
1 00 BRETT HUDSON Owensboro, KY 200
2 22 SKEETER CRUM Jeffersonville, IN 200
3 44 CHUCK BARNES JR. Louisville, KY 200
4 9 TODD KEMPF Huntingburg, IN 200
5 73 TERRY FISHER JR. Ft. Wayne, IN 200
6 99 BRIAN BAYER Birdseye, IN 200
7 42 CURTIS PEEPLES Round-O, SC 200
8 54 TONY CONWAY Louisville, KY 199
9 26 JEFF BERG Louisville, KY 199
10 68 J.J. SCHAFER Bremen, IN 199
11 10 DAN BANKER Des Moines, IA 198
12 98 JEFF CAUDELL Scottsburg, IN 196
13 8 BEAU HENDRICH Palmyra, IN 195
14 71 TRENT GOSSAR Selma, IN 195
15 03 TROY CLARK North Vernon, IN 195
16 15 ANDY HALL Fowler, IN 187
17 7 MIKE ROYAL Philpot, KY 186
18 74 JOSH BRADING New Albany, IN 177
19 65 BILLY WILLIAMS Bowling Green, KY 176
20 95 BRIAN HOPKINS New Castle, IN 163
21 38 ARTIE WARE Louisville, KY 162
22 00x BRUCE BURCH Whitesville, KY 160
23 0 SAMMY DAVIS Jeffersonville, IN 156
24 34 RONNIE BASHAM III Clarksville, IN 155
25 89 NOLL STAFF Huntingburg, IN 150
26 86 SHAWN SMITH Louisville, KY 148
27 29 MIKE TODD Pleasant Hill, IA 113
28 17 DAVID POWELL Greenville, IN 113
29 91 A.J. KEMPF Huntingburg, IN 88
30 10x MATT STICE Pekin, IN 79
31 84 TROY ASHBAUGH Louisville, KY 74
32 6 BLAKE HILLARD Owensboro, KY 70
33 32w FRANK KIMMEL II Concord, NC 60
34 3 DOUG WEISS Dallas Center, IA 52
35 96 DONNIE WOODARD Charlestown, IN 52
36 32 DAVID BAYENS Sellersburg, IN 44
37 28 JEFFREY SHACKELFORD Beech Grove, IN 43
38 61 JOHNNY MAGEE Carthage, IN 39
39 46 TIM RIVERS Salem, IN 35
40 11 JASON PRIDDY Upton, KY 34
41 5 CHUCK BARNES Louisville, KY 30
42 3x JESSE COTTRELL Louisville, KY 30
43 17 TRAVIS WILSON Beaver Dam, KY 20
44 55 PHIL JENKINS Greenfield, IN 19
45 22L BRIAN LEWIS Fairland, IN 12
  4 AUSTIN BAUM Shepherdsville, KY DNS
  21 NICK REED Louisville, KY DNS
  55M DALTON "BLAZE" MELTON Hawesville, KY DNS
  77 JUSTIN PIRTLE Palmyra, IN DNS
  85 RICHARD DICKENS Bowling Green, KY DNS

 

Unofficial Results
REDNECK ENDURO 100 on the ROVAL

October 2, 2016

First Qualifying Race (10-Laps): 1. Joe Bierman, 2. Gedling, 3. Blanchard, 4. Fiedler, 5. Grant, 6. Allen, 7. Joe Moore, 8. Smith, 9. Farris, 10. Frasur, 11. Turnage, 12. C. Meek, 13. Bradshaw, 14 Whitsett.

Second Qualifying Race (10-Laps): 1. 1. Redden, 2. Dalton, 3. Jamie Bierman, 4. Adams, 5. Minton, 6. Reid, 7. Woodard, 8. Sumner, 9. Frame, 10. Wells, 11. Brian Moore, 12. B. Meek, 13. Corey Fleig.

Redneck Enduro 100: 1. James Blanchard, 2. Joe Bierman, 3. Tyler Redden, 4. Jamie Bierman, 5. Joe Moore, 6. Bubby Gedling, 7. Jesse Allen, 8. Doodle Farris, 9. Daniel Reid, 10. Brandon Dalton, 11. Justin Fiedler, 12. Bill Grant, 13. Jason Adams, 14. Derek Smith, 15. Donnie Woodard, 16. Kale Frame, 17. Derick Bradshaw, 18. Zach Minton, 19.  Codey Turnage, 20. Ken Sumner, 21. Dusty Frasur, 22. Bryan Meek, 23. Chuck Meek, 24. Brian Moore, 25. Corey Fleig, 26. Chris Wells, 27. Perry Whitsett (DNS).

 

Unofficial Results
EDDIE GILSTRAP MOTORS ARCA FALL CLASSIC

Presented by Meadow View/Salem Crossing

September 10, 2016

 ARCA Racing Series Presented by Menards

Fast Qualifier: Rained out

Eddie Gilstrap Motors ARCA 200: 1. Christopher Bell, 2. Tom Hessert, 3. Bret Holmes, 4. Josh Williams, 5. John Wes Townley, 6. Chase Briscoe, 7. Matt Kurzejewski, 8. Mason Mingus, 9. Zane Smith, 10. A.J. Fike, 11. Sarah Cornett-Ching, 12. Dalton Sargeant, 13. Frank Kimmel, 14. Thomas Praytor, 15. Ed Pompa, 16. Mike Basham, 17. Brad Smith, 18. Will Kimmel, 19. Richard Hauck, 20. Mike Senica, 21. Con Nicolopolous, 22. Michael Whipple, 23. Dale Shearer, 24. Dick Doheny, 25. Bradley Frye, 26. Chris Bailey.

 Lucas Oil Great American Stocks

Fast Qualifier: Rained out

Meadow View/Salem Crossing 50: 1. Tony Conway, 2. David Bayens, 3. Shawn Smith, 4. Todd Kempf, 5. Brian Bayer, 6. Justin Bex, 7. Tim Rivers, 8. Roger Williams, 9. Heath Helton, 10. Troy Ashbaugh, 11. Greg Hubbuch, 12. Jamie Goodman, 13. Matt Stice, 14. Craig Rogers, 15. Jeff Caudell, 16. A.J. Kempf, 17. Jonathon Ziegler, 18. Brandon Deckard, 19. Justin Pirtle, 20. Kyle Hadley, 21. Donnie Woodard, 22. David Powell, 23. Beau Hendrich.

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

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"WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN GENERAL ADMISSION AND RESERVED SEATING?"...

  • General Admission seating is located on the bottom twelve rows of wooden bleachers.  Guests may sit anywhere in that section that they would like. Reserved Seating is located on the top ten rows of metal bleachers.  There are backs on these seats, and seats are guaranteed for the ticket holders.

"CAN I BRING COOLERS INTO THE SALEM SPEEDWAY?"...

  • While Salem Speedway offers a wide variety of concessions, guests are permitted to bring coolers into the track area.  Coolers should be no larger than 14" x 14".  Glass bottles and alcohol are prohibited.

"WHEN CAN I GET ADVANCED TICKETS?"...

  • Salem Speedway offers Advanced Tickets prices for fans who order tickets prior to the race.  Fans may purchase Advanced Tickets any time until 5 pm on the Friday before the race.  Ticket prices increase $2.00 at the gate the day of the race.  Fans purchasing Advanced Tickets can have them maiedl directly to their home for a $2.00 fee, or place their tickets in Will-Call.  On the day of the race, tickets and credit card receipts can be picked up at the Will-Call window.  Please have a photo ID available.  Tickets will not be mailed the week of a race.

"HOW CAN I GET ADVANCED TICKETS?"...

  • Fans may purchase tickets by calling Salem Speedway, purchase them using the "EVENT TICKETS" page of this website, or by stopping by the office located on the second floor of the tower.  A credit card number will be required for orders taken over the phone.  Salem Speedway strongly discourages fans from sending credit card information via email.  If you would like to place a ticket order via email, please include your phone number and someone from our office will gladly contact you to take the order.  We accept all major credit cards, cash and personal checks.

"IS THE INFIELD OPEN TO SPECTATORS?"...

  • Spectators are welcome to enjoy the races from the infield of Salem Speedway for most of our events.  Fans can get into the infield with a general admission ticket, however, they will not be able to cross the track if practice, qualifications, or racing is underway.  There is a concession stand, and restroom facility in the infield, and spectators are permitted to have tents, portable grills, lawn chairs, and other equipment to make the races enjoyable.

"CAN I CAMP OUTSIDE OF THE TRACK?"...

  • Camping is permitted in the grassy areas outside of the track free of charge.  Fans wishing to camp on the grounds should be aware that there are no hook-ups for RV's.  Portable restroom facilities are available near the track entrance.