Toledo Speedway Results 8-27-99

Toledo Speedway August 27, 1999 Super Late Models Fast qualifier: Dennis Strickland, 15.98 Dash: Ron Allen Heats: Chris Benson, Doug Stump Feature: Allen, Jimmy Thiel, Don St. Denis, Sean Monahan, Joe Hawes, Strickland, Steve Cronenwett,...

Toledo Speedway August 27, 1999

Super Late Models

Fast qualifier: Dennis Strickland, 15.98 Dash: Ron Allen Heats: Chris Benson, Doug Stump Feature: Allen, Jimmy Thiel, Don St. Denis, Sean Monahan, Joe Hawes, Strickland, Steve Cronenwett, Stump, Joey Shuryan, Mike Demars, Howard Kelley Jr, Dale Tanner, Tim Hebert, Gene Krise, Jay Rohrback, Dan Trosen Jr, Tom O'Leary, Dave Simko, Clayton Smith, Chuck Roumell, Paul Young, Paul Pelletier, Benson, Bob Mikolajczyk, Scott Smith

Notes: Fans were treated to great racing throughout the 35 lap feature . . Sean Monahan led the first 23 laps, Allen the final 12.

Street Stocks

Fast qualifier: Jeff Carnacchi, 11.41 Dash: Dennis Randall Heats: Dave Rupp, Lonnie York Feature: Rupp, Scott Selmi, Carnacchi, Bryan Ausmus, York, Steve Chartrand, Randall, Randy Cornett, Brian Graybill, Jim Kourtakis, Jim Selmi, Chuck Okuley, Jenny Abel, Ed Hindall, Steve Shadix, Alan Bland, Rich Frantz, Dave Gilbert Jr, Ron Fisher

Notes:  Dave Rupp led the entire 25 lap feature.  It was his first
feature win of the season.  Rupp is the defending division champion.

Figure 8's Heats: Danny Leppen, Dennis Whisman Feature: Ken Ahlgren, Jeremy Miller, Randy Cronenwett, Whisman, Leppen, Greg Studt, Victor Higgins, Ron Parker, Rich Lee, Ricky Kargel

Notes: Danny Leppen led to lap 18 when he and eventual winner Ken Ahlgren tangled at the intersection. Ahlgren took over the lead for the victory.

Factory Stocks Heats: Jeff Maran, Brian Norton Feature: Norton, Don Lane Jr, Chris Wilcox, Pete Shrake, Maran, Jon Hawkins, Tim St Aubin, Bryan Ausmus, Mitch Crider, Chuck Parker, Josh Bunting, Gene Kaminski, Danny York, Eugene Worden, Garrick Gray, Mike Mills, Kevin Burnheimer

Notes:  Don Lane led the first 17 laps before relinquishing the lead to
Brian Norton.  The event was a crowd pleaser as usual.

Celebrity race: Denny Schaffer, KISS-FM

The Budweiser Glass City 200 will be held Sept. 25-26.  The event pays
$1,000 to start with the winner of the race receiving $5,000.  For rules
please visit ARCA's website at:  www.arcaracing.com  

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Series Stock car
Drivers Paul Young , Scott Smith , Chris Wilcox