Quads post two triple wins. On what is now known as the final night of racing at Fredericktown Raceway for the 2002 season, the Quad racers posted two triple winners. Apparently problems with some of the wiring under ground on the track infield,...
Quads post two triple wins.
On what is now known as the final night of racing at Fredericktown Raceway for the 2002 season, the Quad racers posted two triple winners. Apparently problems with some of the wiring under ground on the track infield, have caused the Quad races to be suspended for the remainder of the season. But all the racers look forward to returning to the raceway in 2003.
For Pro Quad racer Steven Courtois, it was a great night as he posted his first ever triple win at Fredericktown beating Robert Allen to the line for the checkered flag. David Massa finished a strong third with fourth going to Tim Davidson and fifth to Jared Cochran.
Courtois took the top spot in the only heat race with Massa second and Davidson third. Allen was fourth with Jason Metcalf fifth. Courtois and Massa were one-two in the dash race with third going to Allen and fourth to Davidson.
Brad Browers took the win in the Amateur ATV racing giving his a triple win on the night. Waylon Clifford finished second in the feature with Adam Long taking third. Jerry Bess finished fourth and Aladdin Garris took fifth.
Heat one winner was Rodger Browers with second going to Keith Pecaut and third to Robert Chitwood. Heat two winner was B. Browers with Bess taking second and T. Dailey third. Clifford won the third heat over Ray May and Long. Browers won the dash event with second going to Clifford and third to Pecaut. May was fourth and R. Browers was fifth. Bess finished the field of six.
In Pro Street racing action, it was Chuck Adams jumping to the early lead in the feature event and running strong but unable to hold on as Brad Mashek battled his way to the front to take the lead and his first ever feature win breaking the winning streak of Casey Nations. Adams finished second with Randy rucker taking third. Nathon Gibson finished fourth and Billy Craig was fifth.
Adams won the first heat in strong fashion with Mashek taking second and Gibson finishing third. Nations won heat two with Jeremy Greenwalt, returning in a Pro Street, finishing second and Dave Crawford taking third. Nations won the dash race with Mashek second and Greenwalt third. Adams was fourth, Crawford fifth and Gibson sixth.
Ed Dixon returned to the raceway in the UMP Late Model class to take another feature win. Micheal Kloos finished second on his first night at the raceway, and Ken Rumble finished a strong third. Dean Motsinger took fourth and Mike Abney was fifth.
Abney took the first heat win over Kloos with Rodney Pense taking third. Motsinger won heat two with Dixon second and Brian Wolfmeier third. Motsinger was the dash for cash winner with Abney second and Dixon third. Fourth went to Wolfmeier and fifth to Pense. Kloos finished the field of six cars.
In Pure Street racing, Pete Koenig posted another triple win beating Darrell Jarrett in the feature event. Third went to Lenny Terrell with fourth going to Leonard Betsch and fifth to Charlie McDowell.
Jarrett won the first heat with McDowell taking second and Terrell third. Koenig beat Betsch and Theran Pearl to the line in heat two and it was Koenig winning the dash race with Jarrett second and Betsch third. Fourth went to McDowell and fifth to Terrell.
The winning streak at Fredericktown Raceway for Jathon Cruse in the Mini Stocks class has come to an end. Rick Ruck battled Cruse to take the feature win with Cruse second and Marty Boyer finishing third. Fourth went to Kevin Buckley and fifth to Keith Buckley. Ruck, all smiles after his win, just said; "WOW, what a race."
Ruck took the only heat race for the class with Cruse finishing second and Dave Wofford third. Fourth went to Kenny Harris and fifth to Keith Buckley. Boyer took the dash race for the first time this season with second going to Ruck and third to Cruse. Wofford took the fourth spot with Rusty Voyles fifth and Keith Buckley sixth.
On June 14th the Mini Stocks will have the night off as the 600 cc Multis return to the raceway for the DRIVERS SEAT 30. This is a 30 lap feature event for this class. The Pure Streets, Pro Streets and UMP Late Models will also race. Gates open at 5:00 with racing action about 7:00.