BLOOMINGTON, IN (May 17, 1999) - With big feature race wins last Friday, Ray Humphrey and Lee Hobbs took the lead of the UMP Modified and Indiana Street Stock divisions at Bloomington Speedway. Last year's modified champion Matt Tiller fell to...
BLOOMINGTON, IN (May 17, 1999) - With big feature race wins last Friday, Ray Humphrey and Lee Hobbs took the lead of the UMP Modified and Indiana Street Stock divisions at Bloomington Speedway. Last year's modified champion Matt Tiller fell to fourth in this weeks standings, although only seven points separate the top four. Hobbs earned his second feature win in the first three races, and moved fifteen points ahead of Greg O'Neill.
1997 Pennzoil Cup Sprint Car division champion Brad Fox continues to lead Bloomington's sprint car series on the strength of a second place finish to go with his A-main victory on opening night. Friday's winner, Billy Puterbaugh Jr. advanced to second in the points, only six behind Fox. Justin Marvel jumped to fourth and Kenny Carmichael moved into a tie with last season's Pennzoil Cup winner, Derek Scheffel, for fifth.
BLOOMINGTON SPEEDWAY POINTS (through May 14)
Pennzoil Cup Sprint Cars
1. Brad Fox 149 6. Kenny Carmichael 113 (tie) 2. Billy Puterbaugh 143 7. Eric Burns 106 3. Chris LaFollette 123 8. Lennie Waltz 105 4. Justin Marvel 122 9. Jonathan Vennard 100 (tie) 5. Derek Scheffel 113 (tie) 10. Pete Abel 100 (tie)
UMP Modifieds 1. Ray Humphrey 114 6. Richie Lex 95 2. Kerry Norris 109 7. Charlie Phillips 79 (tie) 3. Brian Campbell 108 Rodney Harris Jr. 79 (tie) 4. Matt Tiller 107 9. John DeMoss 78 5. Jack Taylor 100 10. Darrell Lewellen 74 (tie) Levi Godsey 74 (tie)
Indiana Street Stocks 1. Lee Hobbs 161 6. Tom Plotz 124 2. Greg O'Neill 146 7. Steve Hunt 123 3. Bret Ezzo 145 8. Roy Bruce Jr. 118 4. Jerry Hepworth 135 9. Steve Hollars 117 5. Don Bush Jr. 131 10. Mel Bigham 112