LAS VEGAS -- Las Vegas Motor Speedway was filled with action Saturday evening as Jimmy Lintz won the first Super Quick event at The Strip while Jason Pike dominated the IMCA Modified main event at the half-mile dirt oval. The...
LAS VEGAS -- Las Vegas Motor Speedway was filled with action Saturday evening as Jimmy Lintz won the first Super Quick event at The Strip while Jason Pike dominated the IMCA Modified main event at the half-mile dirt oval. The new Super Quick eliminator provided race fans at The Strip with an exciting show as Lintz ran an E.T. of 9.939 at 129.73 mph to defeat Stan Scot in the final round. Scott left the line before Lintz but was not able to capture the win. In Pro competition, 1996 track champion, Jerry Mock ran a 12.207 at 105.45 mph in the final round to take the win over Mike Giordano. "We were deadly on the tree tonight," said Mock. "The car was really consistent and that is the key. We came out last Friday evening and worked with the car all night and it paid off." In other Summit Racing E.T. Bracket Series competition, Gary Oaks won the Motorcycle division, Dwight Machael claimed the victory in Sportsman and Duke Nukem was victorious in the Street category. At the half-mile dirt oval Pike managed to lead start to finish in an exciting modified event that included seven caution flags. "I've got the monkey off my back now," said Pike. "This was my first win in seven races." Jim Perkins challenged Pike twice during the race but pike was able to maintain his lead. In the Late Model main event Bill Hasselle passed Pike on lap seven and went on to take the checkered flag. In other action at the half-mile dirt oval, Don Darling earned his first career victory in Thunderstox competition while Jason Allen received his first win in the Hitchin' Post/Exiss Legends Cars main event. <pre> Friday, June 23, 2000 Results from The Strip
High School Winner Robbie Irving R.T. .578 E.T. 13.752 103.15 mph Runner up Nick Ariotti R.T. .578 E.T. 12.070 108.32 mph
Imports Winner Nathon Nixon R.T. .540 E.T. 17.384 77.48 mph Runner up Taylor Wagge R.T. .647 E.T. 16.106 83.54 mph
Saturday, June 24, 2000 Results from The Strip
Super Quick Winner Jimmy Lintz R.T. .462 E.T. 9.939 129.73 mph Runner up Stan Scott R.T. .439 E.T. 8.896 149.86 mph
Pro E.T. Winner Jerry Mock R.T. .523 E.T. 12.207 105.45 mph Runner up Mike Giordano R.T. .573 E.T. 11.161 126.29 mph
Sportsman Winner Dwight Machael R.T. .556 E.T. 13.023 98.40 mph Runner up Phil Doughty R.T. .611 E.T. 12.759 107.89 mph
Motorcycle Winner Gary Oaks R.T. .403 E.T. 10.343 125.93 mph Runner up Eric Danielson Jr. R.T. .541 E.T. 10.402 109.92 mph
Street Winner Duke Nukem R.T. .614 E.T. 12.153 108.72 mph Runner up Paul Wong R.T. .479 E.T. 13.161 101.77 mph
Junior (15-17) Winner Tanna Sanders R.T. .520 E.T. 9.336 64.42 mph Runner up Bobby Mirizio R.T. .575 E.T. 9.818 63.58 mph
Junior (13-14) Winner Lisa Tuttle R.T. .716 E.T. 8.795 69.02 mph Runner up Greg Hicks R.T. .797 E.T. 9.930 62.85 mph
Junior (10-12) Winner P.J. Boggs R.T. .628 E.T. 9.024 69.43 mph Runner up Ty Sanders R.T. .685 E.T. 9.035 69.05 mph
Saturday, June 24, 2000 Results from the half-mile dirt oval
IMCA Late Model main event 1.Bill Hasselle; 2. Mike Fitch; 3. Troy Ferrari; 4. Jim Wulfenstein; 5. Jason Pike; 6. Joe Chapman.
IMCA Modified main event 1.Jason Pike; 2. Jim Perkins; 3. Mark Allison; 4. Dan Fitzgerald; 5. Darrel Zweifel; 6. Rick Durica; 7. Scott Slatten; 8. Jeff Schuldmeger; 9. Josh Davis; 10. Allen Crumpler; 11. Jerry Buesig; 12. Mike Berger; 13. Scott Rybolt; 14. Antil Daniel; 15. Kim Helms; 16. Dean Fountain; 17. Jason Lee; 18. Phil Clendemin; 19. Donny Berger; 20. Joe Farre; 21. Don Parker; 22. John Linn, 23. Kim Elessati; 24. Alan Sheleheda; 25. Scott Ashborne; 26. Jim Thibideaux.
Hitchin' Post Exiss Legends Cars main event 1.Jason Allen; 2. Sonny Wahl; 3. Rob Russell; 4. Danny Williams; 5. Ken Kulikowski; 6. J. Travis Rider; 7. Charlie Wahl, 8. Rick Rogas; 9. Steve Rzesnowiecky; 10. B.J. Bollman; 11. Spencer Clark; 12. John Chaffini; 13. Brian Kizer.
Thunderstox main event 1. Don Darling; 2. Bob Taylor; 3. Steve Taylor; 4. Troy Taylor; 5. Jack Bass; 6. Chuck Trickle; 7. Errol Sharron; 8. Chris Bray; 9. John Randolph; 10. Ronald Alford; 11. Bill Vint.