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Beckendorf finished a solid second to Bob Moore in the Saturday Feature to win the 2-day cup. On a dried-out surface, it was Moore and Keegan Nordquist who opened the racing from the front row. The top made contact on lap 3 which saw Nordquist sit sideways in turn 2 and Moore take the point.

Moore then held point until Beckendorf slide around Moore with just a couple of laps to go, but the 48 machine of Moore raced back around the Danube, Minnesota invader to take the cash. Sean Barragan had a fabulous run to finish 4th. Courtesy of a mid-pack starting spot, Zevenbergen was on the go from right at the start of the racing. Greg Taylor held the point for the first half of the event but could not hold off the Ocheydan rocket.

Travis Barker rounded out the field. Zevenbergen swept the weekend in the division and therefore earned the Iron Cup. Nekolite had the advantage over Ballenger by 1 pt. At the start, it was Michael Johnston who held the point for the first half of the race, although he traded slide jobs with Ballenger. Meanwhile Nekolite was gaining ground from the back. A mid race caution was all Ballenger needed and he roared to the front, but Nekoite caught him with 5 to go.

Montagne, who missed Friday nights action due to high school football commitments, controlled the event from early on. Every time that Brewer would make an attempt to catch him, Montagne would run a perfect lap and stretch back to a 2-car advantage.

Brewer won a well-deserved cup as the slick track specialist was strong over both nights of racing. After coming from deep in the field on Friday, Hoffman worked his magic around Park and went three wide several times to move forward and get the win. Devries was strong all weekend long and continued to control the field as he ran the middle of the track. Meanwhile Andrew Harris and David Bates continued their friendly rivalry as the ran second and third to round out the racing.

Naggatz has something special going at Park as he started deep in the field yet worked like a hot knife through butter to take the win. The Park Jefferson Season has come to a close. The owners of Park Jefferson would like to thank all of the fans, drivers, sponsors and officials that worked so hard to make this year special. With the close of the season, the Park Jefferson Speedway wishes fans and drivers the best during the offseason. The track office is closed but any questions can be directed to adam parkjeff.

DNF Steven Pierce, DNF Todd Gereau, M1-Greg Taylor, [2]; 3. T1-Rusty Montagne, [2]; 2. T1-Rusty Montagne, [7]; 4. DNF Karl Brewer, DNF Allen Hesse, DNF Mitch Schultze, DNF Richard Wynn, DNF Aaron Shearn, [3]; 7. Radivoy would be victorious at Albany-Saratoga. His drive to the checkers was not an easy one as he had to navigate slower traffic and hard challenges from Dalton Herrick, Jeff Trombley and Pieniazek.

A total of 20 drivers entered the event. Rotterdam driver Josh Pieniazek picked up the popular win at his former home track. Pieniazek bested an extremely talented field of 21 drivers to pick up his first CRSA win of the season.

The event will be part of the Short Track Super Nationals. Miller made a charge through the field and passed race-long leader, Paul Nienhiser on the white flag lap to capture his first ever Sprint Invaders win Sunday night at Quincy Raceways in Illinois. Nienhiser led current series point leader, Cody Wehrle and Josh Schneiderman early in the lap feature. Just one lap was in the books when JC Bland spun, bringing a caution.

Rob Weuve and Harold Pohren brought out another yellow on the ensuing restart. Three more laps were counted before Harold Pohren slapped the turn four wall, bringing what would be the final slowdown of the race.

Miller was on the move from row five. He maneuvered into the top five on the fifth lap and grabbed fourth on lap seven. Up front, Nienhiser was entering lapped traffic on the ninth circuit. With ten laps to go, he eased by Josh Schneiderman for third, before setting his sights on Wehrle.

He continued to dissect traffic and passed Wehrle for second with five laps to go. Miller slowly tracked down Nienhiser, and showed his nose with three to go. Coming for the white flag, he slide under him in three and four, and the two were neck and neck passing the flag stand. We were able to keep our momentum up on the top and pass them through the middle.

There were a few lapped cars that we had to tiptoe around up on the lip. That was treacherous, but we were able to make it through. I saw the scoreboard when I could see Paul and we had four to go. I was able to get him in three and we made it around to the checkers first.

I got there in lapped traffic and thought I felt some rubber about three-quarters of the way up. I stayed there and tried to pace myself and not miss that. And then, with two to go, Joe B. That put a rush on everything, but we got it fixed and got back out there. I always kind of like the nights that we rush around. I can tell you everything the two leaders did though. For more information on the Sprint Invaders, visit www.

Sprint Invaders A main started , 25 laps: Miller, Millersville, MO 9 2. Louis, MO 6 Nienhiser , Miller Josh Schneiderman 1 2. Paul Nienhiser 3 3. John Schulz 5 4. Kaley Gharst 4 6. Colten Fischer 2 7.

Harold Pohren 6 8. Cody Wehrle 2 2. Dustin Barks 4 3. Tanner Gebhardt 5 4. Brayden Gaylord 7 5. Daniel Bergquist 6 6. Austin Archdale 1 7. Brady Barker 3 Mohrfeld Electric Heat three started , 8 laps: Justin Buchholz 2 2. Jarrod Schneiderman 4 3. Dustin Adams 7 4. Rob Weuve 1 5. JC Bland 3 6.

John Greenwood 5 7. Dustin Adams 1 2. Paul Nienhiser 4 3. Cody Wehrle 2 4. Justin Buchholz 3 5. Josh Schneiderman 6 6. The Cullman, AL, driver had won the Hustler last season and also in Kent Schmidt led the first lap from the pole. Leary then grabbed the lead and would set a blistering pace to lead the majority of the race.

The lapped cars were good race cars. It was tough to pass them. That is the unfortunate part about leading. It is so much fun to win races!


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