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Sunday, October 1st

It's fender-to-fender road racing action, featuring the Salem Front Wheel Drive Stocks.
Thrill to the action of left and right-hand turns and a 100-lap main event. Track layout
includes the infield oval and a portion of the half-mile high banks.

Spectator gates open 11:30 a.m., practice 11:30, First Qualifying race 1:30 p.m.

Call 812-883-6504 or 1-888-246-7223 or Click On EVENT TICKETS at right

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SALEM, IN, Sept. 18 – Road racing returns to Salem Speedway Fueled by the Hoosier Lottery on Sunday afternoon, Oct. 1st, as the Six Sigma Xtreme Roval 100 takes center stage on the tricky half-mile layout.

The 100-lap event for Salem style Front Wheel Drive Stocks utilizes both the infield short-track and a portion of the half-mile high banks.  Drivers navigate the road course, which includes both left and right-hand turns, from the high banked track to the short-track and back.

Spectator gates open at 11:30 a.m. on Sunday, Oct. 1st, with practice at 11:30, followed by qualifying races at 1:30 p.m. (EDT).

Advance general admission tickets are priced at just $10 for adults and $3 for children, age 7-12.  Kids, age 6 and under, are admitted free when accompanied by an adult.  You can purchase tickets on-line at www.salemspeedway.com or call 812-883-6504 or 1-888-246-7223.


By: Richie Murray, USAC News

Salem, Indiana.........After a two-race "winless" streak, Kody Swanson admits it's hard to say that he and the DePalma Motorsports team were struggling.

Yet, for a team so accustomed to winning over the past four seasons, the results were bound to change soon as he, chief wrench Bob Hampshire and the crew went back to the books and did their homework over the last two weeks to return to victory lane for the second consecutive year in the Discover Scott County Joe James/Pat O'Connor Memorial presented by the Kentuckiana Ford Dealers Saturday night at Salem Speedway.

Swanson's 18th career victory in the USAC Silver Crown Champ Car Series presented by TRAXXAS has him walking in high cotton as he moved into sole possession of second-place on the all-time series win list while his second-straight "James/O'Connor" triumph made him the fourth to accomplish the feat, joining Parnelli Jones (1960-61), Pancho Carter (1974-75-76-77) and Brian Gerster (2014-15).

To put his name on a list with those individuals and reach that kind of comfort level on Salem's 33-degree banks was something Swanson never imagined to be in the cards when he made his first visit years ago.

"Those guys live for tracks like this to show how they great they are and were," Swanson said. "That hadn't always been my style. Last year, I felt I had to do my best impression of those guys to stay in the title hunt. The first time I came here, I never thought I'd get comfortable. As time's gone on, I've embraced the challenge and gotten more accustomed to what it takes to run the banks."

Swanson laid down the gauntlet in ProSource Qualifying, breaking his one-year-old track record by five-hundredths of a second and more than three-tenths faster than second-fastest. However, as was the case in last year's event, Aaron Pierce would grab the advantage early on from Swanson.

With the spectacular sight of sparks trailing from the tails of the front-running cars lighting up the nighttime sky, the pace of the top-three was astounding with Pierce, Swanson and Chris Windom jockeying for position, separating themselves from fourth and fifth-running David Byrne and Justin Grant through the first-quarter of the 75-lap sprint.

On lap 19, Grant attempted an inside pass on Byrne for fourth between turns three and four, but lost the back end and looped it down the backing without contact. He would restart and recover to finish a solid seventh.

On the lap 24 restart, once again, Pierce was able to get away from Swanson, immediately opening up a ten-car-length lead. But it didn't long for the two-time champ to reel him back in just seven circuits later on the 31st lap.

"I got a run up to the top of the hill right by the fence in turn three," Swanson recalls. "I turned it down and had just enough of a run off four to outrace him into turn one. Once we got to the lead, we could control the pace a little bit, but from there, it was no easy task."

On lap 41, Windom was all over the rear bumper of Pierce for second and the two even made slight nose-to-tail contact in turn two. After relentlessly trying to work the lower line on Pierce for several laps, Windom out-drag-raced Pierce into turn one to take second and set the forward the motion of tracking down Swanson.

"Once Chris got clear, I knew he'd be coming," Swanson said. "Chris was strong early, he was pressing me hard and showing me a nose all the time that reminded me that if I ever screwed up, he was out of there. I knew if I slowed up at all, Chris was going by us both."

Windom closed the gap and hounded Santos for the ensuing ten laps before he began to fade ever so slightly and Swanson continued to run consistent laps in the low 17-second range that rarely wavered a tenth or two in either direction throughout the duration, something to do that Swanson made appear relatively easy, but is certainly not.

"This place is incredibly difficult," Swanson said. "It's so high-banked and physically demanding just on the load and the force that you go through. With an open wheel car, you carry so much speed and you don't have a lot of grip. That makes it hard to drive. On top of that, Salem has some character on both ends. I used to fear coming here because it was a track that made me feel uncomfortable. I always felt like I was behind. I was just trying to react. I wasn't able to race because I was just trying to survive each lap. Running this car last year and running with these guys made It fun. Today, when I came through the gates, instead of thinking 'oh my gosh, I'm at Salem,' I was excited for the challenge. No one's going to have a perfect handling racecar here, so it's time to get up in the seat and do your job."

A handful of lapped cars were all that Swanson needed to stream by in the final laps, and did so without much hesitation to win his third series race of the year by 1.606 seconds over Windom, Bobby Santos, Pierce and Davey Hamilton, Jr.

A 75-lapper at Salem can be physically and mentally wearing on any driver. There's no time to breathe due to the pure speed and the closeness of the racing. Despite the obstacles, as the race went on, the more comfortable Swanson became.

"My wife spots for me. I trust her with everything," Swanson said. When you hear the 'clear by 3' go up to 'clear by 5,' you have a little reassurance. It was tough in lapped traffic. We seemed to catch them at the wrong time and it allowed them to close. The longer the race went, the better I felt. In the last 20, we were able to click off pretty smooth and consistent laps. With bumps, it's fun as a driver because you can always move around and you're constantly trying to figure out, 'can I use it better or can I dodge it better?' As your car wears out, if you can figure it out, it will pay dividends."

In the prelude to the James/O’Connor Memorial, Shawn Smith of Louisville outdistanced 20 other cars to capture the Kentuckiana Ford Dealers 50 for the Lucas Oil Great American Stocks.

 David Bayens finished second, Tim Rivers third, Brian Bayer fourth and Tony Conway fifth.

Sargeant in charge at Salem; wins
Kentuckiana Ford Dealers ARCA 200

SALEM, Ind. (April 30, 2017) -- Boca Raton, Florida's Dalton Sargeant settled into his own zip code Sunday afternoon at Salem Speedway, and put a major-league whooping on the field to win the Kentuckiana Ford Dealers ARCA 200. Sargeant, who was himself a lap down at one point, got four fresh General Tires under caution late in the going and checked out from there to earn his second career ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards victory. In the end, Sargeant, in the No. 77 Big Tine Ford, was the only driver to complete all 200 laps.

"The biggest thing was working on long green flag runs...the guys at Cunningham Motorsports did an awesome job," said Sargeant. "The General Tires were incredible."

"We got a lap down on that long green flag run. My crew chief Chad Bryant just kept reiterating...take your time...just race the race track, and it paid off. This is definitely a difficult race. Our No. 77 Big Tine Cunningham Ford was amazing. I'm looking forward to Talladega."

Gus Dean, in his first Salem attempt, looked like an old pro, finishing second in the No. 32 GREE Cooling Products Toyota.

"I knew it was going to be challenging...to run in the top-five; but this Win-Tron team is fully capable of doing anything and everything on that track," said Dean. "We went a lap down, but we never got discouraged. This feels amazing...we really needed this. These General Tires are incredible...they just never quit. Best tires I've ever raced on."

Dean tangled with Christian Eckes early on and both cars spun in turn two. While Dean went a lap down, Eckes took the opportunity to pit for four General Tires. Back under green, Eckes quickly drove through the field and passed race leader Travis Miller on the 53rd lap. Once Eckes had the lead, and on newer tires, the Middletown, N.Y. rookie drove away from the field. But after leading 91 laps, Eckes now found himself on older tires while Sargeant, Dean and the rest of the front-runners pitted for new tires under caution on lap 135. Once the field went green, Sargeant drove to the front in no time while Eckes continued to fade. From there, Sargeant led the final 57 laps.

Kyle Weatherman, in Mason Mitchell's No. 78 Turn 1 Condos Chevrolet, finished third. Weatherman was in contention for the win all the way through but got caught on pit road on a green flag stop on lap 130. Then, after the long green flag run, the caution finally came out while Weatherman was receiving service.

"We had an awesome car...thanks to everyone at Mason Mitchell Motorsports," said Weatherman. "We had a little problem on pit road..it was partially my fault. I felt like we had the best car here...we're killing it. Once we get our little stuff cleaned up, we'll be fine."

Sargeant's Cunningham Motorsports teammate Shane Lee finished fourth in the No. 22 Big Tine Ford.

"We had a pretty good car," said Lee. "We started off really good but I ran it too hard and got two laps down. We put four tires on it, and it really came to life. Not a bad day. Congrats to my teammate. They were the best today."

Austin Theriault, in Ken Schrader's No. 52 Ford, finished fifth in his first Salem attempt.

"We could have done better, but we took tires on the green flag...then the caution came out," said Theriault. "I'm excited with the top-five. If we keep running like this, we'll get another win," added the Daytona winner.

If the pit stops didn't cycle just right for Theriault or Weatherman, they worked perfectly for Sargeant. The last time an ARCA winner lapped the entire field was in 2006 at Michigan Int'l Speedway when David Stremme accomplished the feat. Sargeant was not lost on the enormity of what he had accomplished.

"It's just a testament to this Cunningham Motorsports team...they're champions...they really are the best at what we do. I'm very aware of all the great history here at Salem Speedway and all the great winners who have come before me. By far the biggest win of my career. My guys couldn't work any harder. We have a lot of great momentum. I couldn't be more proud."

Zane Smith (Venturini Motorsports), Bret Holmes (Bret Holmes Racing), Eckes (Venturini Motorsports), Tony Mrakovich (Ken Schrader Racing) and Miller (MDM Motorsports), who led the first 52 laps, completed the top-10 finishers, respectively. 

Just two cautions for minor incidents slowed the field for 16 laps while long green flag runs prevailed throughout the 200-lap show, keeping drivers and pit crews on their toes from start to finish.

Todd Kempf passed David Bayens for the lead on lap six and went on to capture the Ford Go Further 50 that served as a prelude to the ARCA 200.

The victory was Kempf’s five career victory in the popular Lucas Oil Great American Stock division.

Kyle Hadley of Louisville finished second and Tim Rivers of Salem came home in third position.  Brian Bayer and Bayens rounded out the top five.


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



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..

Salem Speedway Management

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


Unofficial Results

Presented by Meadow View/Salem Crossing

September 9, 2017

ARCA Racing Series Presented by Menards

Fast Qualifier: Zane Smith, 16.974

Eddie Gilstrap Motors ARCA 200: 1. Austin Theriault, 2. Zane Smith, 3. Dalton Sargeant, 4. Josh Williams, 5. Gus Dean, 6. Chase Purdy, 7. Bret Holmes, 8. A.J. Fike, 9. Shane Lee, 10. Will Kimmel, 11. Justin Fontaine, 12. Bo LeMastus, 13. Mike Basham, 14. Ed Pompa, 15. Tom Hessert, 16. Thomas Praytor, 17. Riley Herbst, 18. Con Nicolopoulos, 19. Christian Eckes, 20. Eric Caudell, 21. Brad Smith, 22. Mark Meunier, 23. Darrell Basham.

 Lucas Oil Great American Stocks

Fast Qualifier: David Bayens, 19.811

Meadow View/Salem Crossing 50: 1. David Bayens, 2. Tony Conway, 3. Baden Stewart, 4. Kyle Hadley, 5. Nick Reed Jr., 6. Brian Bayer, 7. Brent Gardiner, 8. A.J. Kempf, 9. Shawn Smith, 10. Troy Ashbaugh, 11. Justin Pirtle, 12. Greg Hubbuch, 13. Tim Rivers, 14. Craig Rogers, 15. Jamie Goodman, 16. Justin Davis, 17. Kyle Zike, 18. Billy Williams, 19. Noll Staff, 20. Jeff Berg, 21. Jeff Caudell, 22. David Powell, 23. Jonathan Ziegler (DNS), 24. Mike Sharp (DNS).

2017 Lucas Oil Great American Stock Champion: Brian Bayer


Unofficial Results

Presented by the Kentuckiana Ford Dealers

Saturday, August 12, 2017

 USAC Silver Crown Series

Fast Qualifier: Kody Swanson, 15.923 (New Track Record)

Joe James/Pat O’Connor Memorial 75: 1. Kody Swanson, 2. Chris Windom, 3. Bobby Santos, 4. Aaron Pierce, 5. Davey Hamilton Jr., 6. Jerry Coons Jr., 7. Justin Grant, 8. Davey Hamilton, 9. Shane Butler, 10. Joss Moffatt, 11. Matt Goodnight, 12. Joe Axsom, 13. David Byrne, 14. Jacob Wilson.

 Lucas Oil Great American Stocks

Fast Qualifier: Brian Bayer, 19.826

Kentuckiana Ford Dealers 50: 1. Shawn Smith, 2. David Bayens, 3. Tim Rivers, 4. Brian Bayer, 5. Tony Conway, 6. Nick Reed Jr., 7. Justin Pirtle, 8. Craig Rogers, 9. Troy Ashbaugh, 10. Billy Williams, 11. Justin Davis, 12. Kyle Zike, 13. David Powell, 14. Jay Baker, 15. Mike Sharp, 16. Brandon Deckard, 17. Kyle Hadley, 18. Jeff Caudell, 19. Josh Brading, 20. Trey Porter, 21. Jamie Goodman, 22. Noll Staff (DNS).

 Unofficial Results

Presented by ACE Hardware of Salem

July 22, 2017


Fast Qualifier: Brian Bayer, 19.955

ACE Hardware of Salem 50: 1. David Bayens, 2. Tony Conway, 3. Tim Rivers, 4. Kyle Hadley, 5. Jeff Caudell, 6. Brian Bayer, 7. Brandon Deckard, 8. Brent Gardiner, 9. Trey Porter, 10. Craig Rogers, 11. Justin Pirtle, 12. Justin Davis, 13. Noll Staff, 14. Jason Basham, 15. Jamie Goodman, 16. David Powell, 17. Skeeter Crum, 18. Mike Sharp, 19. Troy Ashbaugh.  


Fast Qualifier: John Robbins, 19.937

Hoosier Lottery 30: 1. John Robbins, 2. Mike Meyer, 3. Dave Osborn, 4. Marty Griffin, 5. Rodney Oliver, 6. Doug Dugger, 7. Chad Cory, 8. Mark Dietzen, 9. Butch Meyer, 10. Bob Lelmons.


First Heat Race (8-Laps): 1. Scott, 2. Longshore, 3. Bowman, 4. Napier, 5. Basham, 6. Allen, 7. Caudell, 8. Vaughn.

Summerfest 25: 1. Austin Scott, 2. Wesley Napier, 3. Ryan Longshore, 4. Jason Basham, 5. Jesse Allen, 6. Dillon Caudell, 7. Kevin Vaughn, 8. Dallas Bowman.


ACE The Helpful Place 25: 1. Alan Edsall, 2. Caleb Heady, 3. James Edsall, 4. Chris Weddle, 5. Marty Griffin, 6. Dave Osborn, 7. Doug Dugger, 8. Austin Cory.

                   Unofficial Results
Presented by O’Reilly Auto Parts

July 2, 2017


Firecracker 200: 1. Brett Hudson, 2. Skeeter Crum, 3. Tim Rivers, 4. Tony Conway, 5. Chuck Barnes Sr., 6. Brian Bayer, 7. Brandon Deckard, 8. Jeff Caudell, 9. Nick Reed Jr., 10. Mike Todd, 11. Shawn Smith, 12. Blake Hillard, 13. Bruce Burch, 14. Josh Brading, 15. Chuck Barnes Jr., 16. Billy Williams, 17. Sammy Davis, 18. Phil Jenkins.


Independence 50: 1. James Blanchard, 2. Jamie Bierman, 3. Doodle Farris, 4. Codey Turnage, 5. Jesse Allen, 6. Austin Scott, 7. Carl Higgins Jr., 8. Brian Moore, 9. Frank Stevenson, 10. Kevin Vaughn, 11. Logan Caudell, 12. Derek Smith, 13. Steven Meek, 14. Dillon Caudell, 15. Zach Minton, 16. Doug Turnage, 17. Eric Childers, 18. Aaron Sey, 19. Ryan Longshore.


Unofficial Results

June 17, 2017


Fast Qualifier: Jack Dossey III

Midwest 100: 1. Jack Smith, 2. Jack Dossey III, 3. Austin Kunert, 4. Carson Hocevar, 5. Joe Cooksey, 6. Michael Clancy Jr., 7. Thomas Woodin, 8. Hope Hornish, 9. Jordan Miller, 10. Trevor McCoy, 11. Colin Nickolai, 12. Corey Deuser, 13. Harrison Hall, 14. Josh Brock, 15. Trey Craig (DNS).


Fast Qualifier: David Bayens, 20.120

Hoosier Lottery 50: 1. Time Rivers, 2. Kyle Hadley, 3. Tony Conway, 4. Brian Bayer, 5. Mike Sharp, 6. Jeff Caudell, 7. Troy Ashbaugh, 8. Brent Gardiner, 9. Greg Hubbuch, 10. Craig Rogers, 11. Justin Davis, 12. Todd Kempf, 13. David Powell, 14. Trey Porter, 15. David Bayens, 16. Noll Staff.


Hoosier Lottery 25: 1. Eric Childers, 2. Jesse Allen, 3. Eddie Bousson, 4. Bill Grant, 5. Ryan Longshore, 6. CJ Higgins, 7. Derek Smith, 8. Dillon Caudell, 9. Kevin Vaughn, 10. Frank Stevenson, 11. Steven Meek, 12. Zach Minton, 13. Austin Scott.


Unofficial Results


GAS/CRA Challenge: 1. Blake Hillard, 2. Brett Hudson, 3. David Bayens, 4. Josh Brading, 5. Shawn Smith, 6. Brian Bayer, 7. Tim Rivers, 8. JJ Schafer, 9. Mike Sharp, 10. Jeff Caudell, 11. Brandon Deckard, 12. Tony Conway, 13. Justin Davis, 14. Chuck Barnes Sr., 15. Troy Ashbaugh, 16. Jason Thompson, 17. Tory Lutz, 18. James Kirby III, 19. Jeff Lane, 20. Craig Rogers, 21. Thomas Skiles, 22. AJ Ridner, 23. Cory Adams, 24. Skeeter Crum (DNS).


Fast Qualifier: Kyle Hadley, 20.035

Caseystogo.com 50: 1. Skeeter Crum, 2. David Bayens, 3. Tim Rivers, 4. Kyle Hadley, 5. Brian Bayer, 6. Jeff Caudell, 7. Chuck Barnes Sr., 8. Mike Sharp, 9. Brandon Deckard, 10. Troy Ashbaugh, 11. Craig Rogers, 12. Justin Davis, 13. Tony Conway, 14. Matthew Stice, 15. David Powell, 16. Noll Staff, 17. Todd Kempf, 18. Shawn Smith, 19. Jamie Goodman, 20. Johnny Magee, 21. Trey Porter 22. Billy Williams, 23. Greg Hubbuch (DNS).


Fast Qualifier: Jason Thompson,19.896

Casey’s Homemade Pizza 50: 1. Brett Hudson, 2. Blake Hillard, 3. Jason Thompson, 4. Shawn Smith, 5. Josh Brading, 6. Jeff Lane, 7. James Kirby III, 8. Andrew Teepe, 9. JJ Schafer, 10. Thomas Skiles, 11. AJ Ridner, 12. Tory Lutz, 13. Danny Adams, 14. Cory Adams, 15. Bill Ashton, 16. Mason Keller, 17. Colby Lane, 18. Josh Poore, 19 Chuck Barnes Jr. (DQ).


First Heat Race (8-Laps): 1. Douglas Turnage, 2. Jamie Bierman, 3. Carl Higgins Jr., 4. Eddie Boussen, 5. Ryan Longshore, 6. Jesse Allen, 7. Aaron Seay, 8. Codey Turnage, 9. Frank Stevenson, 10. Derek Smith.

Second Heat Race (8-Laps): 1. Jason Basham, 2. Dillon Caudell, 3. Kevin Vaughn, 4. Austin Scott, 5. Bryan Meek, 6. Chris Wells, 7. Steven Meek, 8. Chris Atwood.

Casey’s General Store Deli 25: 1. Allen, 2. Boussen, 3. Bierman, 4. Longshore, 5. Higgins Jr., 6. Basham, 7. Caudell, 8. C. Turnage, 9. Smith, 10. Vaughn, 11. Wells, 12. Stevenson, 13. S. Meek, 14. Seal, 15. Scott, 16. B. Meek, 17. Atwood, 18. D. Turnage, 19. John Mosby (DNS).


Unofficial Results

April 13, 2017


Fast Qualifier: Jeff Caudell,

Meadow View/Salem Crossing 75: 1. Kyle Hadley, 2. Brian Bayer, 3. Todd Kempf, 4. Shawn Smith, 5. Tony Conway, 6. Jeff Caudell, 7. Greg Hubbuch, 8. Jamie Goodman, 9. Craig Rogers, 10. David Powell, 11. Kyle Zike, 12. Justin Davis, 13. David Bayens, 14. Troy Ashbaugh, 15. Tim Rivers, 16. Mike Sharp, 17. Noll Staff, 18. Brandon Deckard


First Heat Race (8-Laps): 1. Codey Turnage

Second Heat Race (8-Laps): 1. Carl Higgins Jr.

Meadow View 25: 1. Ryan Longshore, 2. Bill Growe, 3. Jesse Allen, 4. Derek Smith, 5. Eddie Bousson, 6. Carl Higgins Jr., 7. Doug Turnage, 8. Jason Basham, 9. Codey Turnage, 10. Frank Stevenson, 11. Kevin Vaughn, 12. Ray Weston, 13. Joe Murdock, 14. Danny Murdock, 15. Bryan Meek, 16. Dillon Caudell, 17. Steve Meek, 18. John Mosby.


First Heat Race (8-Laps): 1. Drew Morgan

Second Heat Race (8-Laps): 1. Brian Scherrer

First Feature: 1. Chris Peters, 2. Cole Rhoton, 3. Brian Scherrer, 4. Karl Schildbach, 5. Johnny Ginder, 6. David Johnson, 7. Scott Carson.

Second Feature: 1. Drew Morgan, 2. Todd Pickett, 3. Kylee Thompson, 4. Trevor Lane, 5. Zachery Culbertson, 6. Donnie Coverdale, 7. Devin Lane, 8. Doug Cox.

Unofficial Results

April 30, 2017

 ARCA Racing Series

Fast Qualifier: Rained Out

Kentuckiana Ford Dealers ARCA 200: 1. Dalton Sargeant, 2. Gus Dean, 3. Kyle Weatherman, 4. Shane Lee, 5. Austin Theriault, 6. Zane Smith, 7. Bret Holmes, 8. Christian Eckes, 9. Tony Mrakovich, 10. Travis Miller, 11. Mason Mingus, 12. Riley Herbst, 13. Raphael Lessard, 14. Thomas Praytor, 15. A.J. Fike, 16. Mike Basham, 17. Brad Smith, 18. Will Kimmel, 19. Con Nicolopoulos, 20. Eric Caudell, 21. Mark Meunier, 22. Steve Fox

 Lucas Oil Great American Stocks

Fast Qualifier: Rained Out

Ford Go Further 50: 1. Todd Kempf, 2.Kyle Hadley, 3 Tim Rivers, 4. Brian Bayer, 5. David Bayens, 6. Josh Brading, 7. Tony Conway, 8. Donnie Woodard, 9. Mike Sharp, 10. Troy Ashbaugh, 11. Craig Rogers, 12. Brandon Deckard, 13. Justin Davis, 14. David Powell, 15. Nick Reed Jr., 16. Noll Staff, 17. Greg Hubbuch, 18. Jeff Caudell, 19. Jason Priddy, 20. Jamie Goodman, 21. Billy Williams, 22. Mike Kestler















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