The ARCA Lincoln Welders Truck Series ran their longest event of the season Saturday night at Flat Rock Speedway. Seventeen year old Aaron Hulings won the 100 lap feature. Tom Selmi led the first 15 laps, holding back both Ken Knight and ...
The ARCA Lincoln Welders Truck Series ran their longest event of the season Saturday night at Flat Rock Speedway. Seventeen year old Aaron Hulings won the 100 lap feature.
Tom Selmi led the first 15 laps, holding back both Ken Knight and Ron Allen. Knight dove low and passed Selmi on lap 16 taking over the point. Knight held on for the victory for remaining nine laps. The track record was broken twice during qualifying by Jeff Carnacchi and Brian Norton.
Fast Time: Brian Norton, NTR, 13.072 A Dash: John Rowloff A Heats: Tony Ortega, Mel Worley A Main: Ken Knight, Ron Allen, Norton, Tom Selmi, Jeff Carnacchi, Rick Knowles, Mike Spruell, Terry Humphrey, Terry Lilley, Ortega, Rowloff, Bobby Rae, Clayton Spruell, Randy DeMaggio, Worley, Jeff MacZink, Gary Majchrzak, Randy Casey, Rich Gryzch, Jeff Kurzyniec, Arnold Hall, Bryan Ausmus
B Dash: Rich Able B Heats: Bill Collinger, Joe Harbin B Main: Lonnie York, Steve Chartrand, James Potter, Skip Kissell, John Huebner Sr, Henry Bradley, Harbin, Collinger, Able, Mark Howie, Paul Faulkenburg, Al Smith, Matt Bullock, Kevin Butzin, Jennifer Able, Jim Kourtakis, Larry Smouthers, Tim Moore
Jeremy Miller started from the pole in the Figure 8 20-lap feature and never relinquished the lead. Greg Studt finished second.
Heats: Jeremy Miller, Greg Studt Feature: Miller, G Studt, Dennis Whisman, Bob Studt, Ken Ahlgren, Randy Cronenwett, Vern Okopski Jr, Parker Wade, Ricky Kargel, Dwayne Mosley, Rob Parker, Danny Leppen, Jerry Lee, Troy Herrmann
Glenn Gault won the 100 lap AC Delco/Murray's Iceman Series feature Sunday afternoon at Flat Rock Speedway. (For full story see AC DELCO/MURRAY'S ICEMAN SERIES)
The X-car 30 lap feature saw four different leaders before Dave Stewart took over the lead just past halfway. It was Stewart's sixth X-car victory in a row. Ron Allen, Ken Knight, Greg Studt, Jack Franzil, Craig Pace, Lonnie York, Rae Wrobel, Doug Meyers and Steve Chartrand rounded out the top 10. Stewart set a new track record in qualifying of 12.940.
The July fourth weekend was a lucrative one for Bryan Ausmus. He won his first career Street Stock feature Friday night at Toledo Speedway. His enduro car, driven by Dan Johnson, won the Factory Stock feature that night too. Sunday Bryan won the 200 lap Enduro at Flat Rock and took home $1,000. Following Ausmus in the Enduro was: Mike Bershback and Rick Kargel