— A 1947 Soldier Field Souvenir Program —

By: Stan Kalwasinski

“Back in the Day”

Long before it became the home of the Chicago Bears, Soldier Field was the scene of weekly midget auto racing from 1946 through 1950 with “spot” dates taking place, seemingly less and less each year, through 1968. For the 1946 racing season, a new flat, quarter-mile, paved track was installed around the football field inside Chicago’s mammoth arena situated just off the shore of Lake Michigan. Midget racing had been held at Soldier Field as early as 1935. New York native Joe Garson won the ’46 season opener in front of some 20,000 fans on Sunday afternoon, June 16, ahead of Chicago favorites Duke Nalon and Ted Duncan in the 30-lap chase. In addition to Garson, Duane Carter, Ray Richards, Tony Bettenhausen, Frank Burany, Bob Muhlke, and Duncan would win feature races at the “Field” during the weekly Chicago Auto Racing Association/Art Folz-promoted Sunday action.

— A commemorative decal for 1946 Soldier Field champion of Ted Duncan and his Johnny Pawl-owned No. 17 midget. —

One of Duncan’s wins was the Chicago Park District Police Benevolent race on Sunday afternoon, October 20. Before 30,000, Duncan drove Johnny Pawl’s Offy-powered midget to the win in the 50 lapper ahead of fastest qualifier Ralph Pratt, Garson, Henry Banks, Mike O’Halloran and Sam Hanks. 65 cars were on hand with 31 Offy-powered cars in the pits. Seven cars were flown in from California via a C46 cargo plane, arriving at Chicago Municipal (Midway) Airport. Duncan, who split his time between the Chicago area and Florida, was named the season champion at Soldier Field for the 1946 season.

It was more weekly midget racing at Soldier Field in 1947, 1948 and 1949. Champions for the seasons were Duncan again in 1947 as hot rod racing was also held; California’s Johnny McDowell (1948) and another West Coast speedster, Eddie Haddad (1949). Indiana’s Paul “Potsy” Goacher was the champion in 1950 with the midgets now sharing the Soldier Field racing with hot rods and the growing-in-popularity stock cars. By 1951, midget racing at Soldier Field consisted only of a handful of AAA-sanctioned 100-lap main events.

Illustrated Speedway News correspondent Wayne Adams (on the far right) welcoming West Coast competitors at Chicago Municipal Airport for the Chicago Park District Police Benevolent Race in 1946. Through the years, the police benevolent race was usually the best-attended racing event at Soldier Field.

INDIANAPOLIS (January 22, 2020) — NTT INDYCAR SERIES drivers are set to compete in yet another prestigious offseason motorsports event with this week’s Rolex 24 at Daytona, the top U.S. sports car road race at Daytona International Speedway.

Just days after three NTT INDYCAR SERIES drivers competed in the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals in Tulsa, Oklahoma, the series will be represented by six former series champions and five Indianapolis 500 winners in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship’s season-opening race.

Scott Dixon, a five-time NTT INDYCAR SERIES champion and 2008 Indianapolis 500 winner, headlines the Indy car contingent at the Rolex 24, and he appreciates drivers trying different disciplines, as Conor Daly, Santino Ferrucci and James Davison did in last week’s Chili Bowl, a midget race on dirt.

“It shows their versatility and it shows some drivers have opened the eyes of others to switch across categories,” Dixon said. “But it’s tough because the level of competition these days is through the roof no matter what category you are going to.”

Dixon will drive for Wayne Taylor Racing, the Rolex 24’s reigning overall champion. Dixon and Ryan Briscoe are part of the No. 10 Konica Minolta Cadillac DPi-V.R. in the event’s top class (DPi). Dixon is a two-time event champion, but he is driving the faster prototypes for the first time in four years.

“It’s nice to look forward and not look in the mirrors the whole time like I did with the GT cars,” said Dixon, who competes for Chip Ganassi Racing in the NTT INDYCAR SERIES.

Among the other series regulars competing in Daytona Beach are Ryan Hunter-Reay and Alexander Rossi of Andretti Autosport, Simon Pagenaud of Team Penske and Colton Herta with Andretti Harding Steinbrenner Autosport, plus Team Penske, Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing, Meyer Shank Racing with Curb-Agajanian, Vasser Sullivan and DragonSpeed.

Full television coverage of the 58th annual event begins Saturday at 1:30 p.m. ET on NBC. The NBC Sports Network will air the race from 2:30-6 p.m. and from 11 p.m.-3 a.m., returning at 6 a.m. Sunday. The final 90 minutes of the race airs on NBC on Sunday beginning at noon.

Hunter-Reay, who won an NTT INDYCAR SERIES championship in 2012 and an Indianapolis 500 in 2014, has joined the No. 55 Mazda Team Joest entry that won last year’s pole. This team, along with Acura Team Penske, are among the top candidates to be the overall champion.

The top two finishers in last year’s Indianapolis 500 – Pagenaud and Rossi – are part of the Acura Team Penske’s entries. Rossi, who won the 500 in 2016, will drive with three-time Indianapolis 500 winner Helio Castroneves and sports car veteran Ricky Taylor in the No. 7 Acura DPi. Pagenaud, the 500 winner and 2016 series champion, will team with two-time 500 winner Juan Pablo Montoya and Dane Cameron, a three-time IMSA champion, in the team’s No. 6.

“All the drivers in the world want to be here,” Pagenaud said. “We have a fantastic team here at Team Penske, and I certainly want to add this to the trophy list. That would be fantastic.”

Team Penske last was the overall champion of Daytona’s 24-hour race in 1969.

Said Rossi: “Obviously, for Simon and I this isn’t our full-time job but at the same time there’s a lot of preparation and commitment that goes into these (endurance) rounds and we have an obligation to the team and the manufacturer to represent them and get results. We have a big target this year to go out and finally get a Rolex 24 win.”

Four-time Indy car champion Sebastien Bourdais has joined Mustang Sampling Racing/JDC-Miller MotorSports and will co-drive the No. 5 Cadillac DPi. Matheus Leist, who drove for AJ Foyt Racing last season, will be in the team’s other Cadillac, No. 85 which includes former NTT INDYCAR SERIES driver Tristan Vautier.

The Rolex 24 has 38 entries among four classes. Ben Hanley, who is confirmed to drive for DragonSpeed in the NTT INDYCAR SERIES season-opening Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg on Sunday, March 15, will co-drive the team’s LMP2 No. 81 Oreca 07.

Herta, a two-race NTT INDYCAR SERIES winner as a rookie and a Rolex 24 class champion last year, is a co-driver of the BMW Team RLL No. 25 entry, a BMW M8 GTE co-owned by Bobby Rahal, in the GT Le Mans class (GTLM).

The GT Daytona class (GTD) has the largest field with 18 cars. Townsend Bell, a broadcaster of NTT INDYCAR SERIES races on NBC, will co-drive the No. 12 Lexus RC-F GT3 entered by AIM Vasser Sullivan, which is owned by 1996 Indy car champion Jimmy Vasser and James “Sulli” Sullivan. Reigning NASCAR Cup champion Kyle Busch will make his Rolex 24 debut driving the team’s No. 14 car.

Meyer Shank Racing with Curb-Agajanian is competing in the Rolex 24 for the 17th year. The event’s overall winner in 2012 with AJ Allmendinger and Justin Wilson driving has won three poles and scored four podiums over the years. This year, MSR is fielding the Nos. 57 and 86 Acura NSX GT3s in the GTD class.

The race can be heard on Sirius 138 and XM 202.

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Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (January 18, 2020) “I’m sorry NASCAR, I’m sorry Daytona, but this is the biggest effing race I’ve ever won. I hope to win Daytona in a few weeks, but this is badass!”

That said it all as Kyle Larson found redemption from a last-lap loss one year ago as the Elk Grove, California native finally captured the Golden Driller in the 34th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire.

Larson, in his 13th Chili Bowl attempt, and ninth A-Feature appearance, trailed the opening 38 laps as Christopher Bell took the lead from the pole.

Chasing into traffic early, the Lucas Oil No. 01 would close to just under a second before being gapped by over two seconds as the pair sliced through the back of the field.

Caution on Lap 34, the restart saw Larson keeping pace with Bell. Throwing the slide job into the first turn, Kyle wasn’t quick enough as Bell raced by on the cushion. Slowed again three laps later, Larson again kept pace with the pair battling back and forth for the lead.

With momentum to his advantage, Larson dove the bottom of the first and second turn on Lap 39. Sliding across the nose of the Tucker-Boat No. 84x, Bell tried to turn under Kyle, but the drag race into the third turn saw Larson slam the door on Bell to take the race lead.

Holding off the charge through two more cautions, the final laps saw Bell close in, but would not have enough time as Larson crossed 0.801 seconds ahead of the 2019 race winner. Making his first championship feature event, Monday prelim winner Cannon McIntosh put the Keith Kunz Motorsports No. 71k on the podium in his first full weekend with the team.

Working the hub of the Tulsa Expo Raceway, Logan Seavey wheeled the Kevin Swindell Motorsports No. 39 forward seventh positions to fourth with Rick Abreu completing the top five. Jonathan Beason crossed sixth with 2020 Chili Bowl Rookie of the Year, Michael “Buddy” Kofoid finishing seventh. Having to charge from the back of the field twice, Blake Hahn fought to eighth to become the night’s Hard Charger. Ryan Bernal and Tucker Klaasmeyer completed the top five.

Saturday’s races began with double O-Features. Several drivers made impressive runs through the Alphabet with Chris Cochran advancing six times from the N-Feature to the I-Feature. Cale Conley, Casey Shuman, Brayton Lynch, and Alex Sewell all advanced through five events. Overall, it was the Boost Oxygen No. 11 who advance the most positions with a net gain of 43.

The 2020 Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire saw an overall field of 343 drivers from 40 states and six countries. The Worldwide Technologies Raceway Flip Count ended at 77, setting a new record for the Chili Bowl Nationals. All drivers were unharmed.

The 35th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire will take place January 11-16, 2021. Information about tickets will be posted as the information is finalized.

Fans can follow along on Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram with @CBNationals. All official press, updates, and results on the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire can be found at http://www.chilibowl.com

Results

Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire
Tulsa Expo Raceway (Tulsa, Okla.)
Saturday, January 18, 2020
General Tire Championship Night

Event Car Count: 343

A-Feature:

A Feature (55 Laps): 1. 01-Kyle Larson[3]; 2. 84X-Christopher Bell[2]; 3. 71K-Cannon McIntosh[8]; 4. 39-Logan Seavey[11]; 5. 97-Rico Abreu[4]; 6. 8J-Jonathan Beason[5]; 7. 67-Michael Kofoid[12]; 8. 52-Blake Hahn[18]; 9. 87W-Ryan Bernal[9]; 10. 27-Tucker Klaasmeyer[14]; 11. 7C-Tyler Courtney[6]; 12. 7X-Thomas Meseraull[10]; 13. 1-Sammy Swindell[20]; 14. 89-Chris Windom[21]; 15. 76M-Jason McDougal[19]; 16. 5D-Zach Daum[23]; 17. 55V-CJ Leary[22]; 18. 19B-Spencer Bayston[17]; 19. 17W-Shane Golobic[24]; 20. 1NZ-Michael Pickens[16]; 21. 7A-Justin Allgaier[15]; 22. 19-Tanner Thorson[1]; 23. 87-Aaron Reutzel[13]; 24. 27W-Colby Copeland[7]

Lap Leaders: Christopher Bell 1-38; Kyle Larson 39-55
Hard Charger: Blake Hahn +10

#DoItForGrady Pole Shuffle

Pole Shuffle (4 Laps): 1. 19-Tanner Thorson[1]; 2. 84X-Christopher Bell[2]; 3. 01-Kyle Larson[3]; 4. 97-Rico Abreu[4]; 5. 8J-Jonathan Beason[6]; 6. 7C-Tyler Courtney[10]; 7. 27W-Colby Copeland[9]; 8. 71K-Cannon McIntosh[5]; 9. 87W-Ryan Bernal[7]; 10. (DNS) 7X-Thomas Meseraull

B-Features: Top 7 advance to the A-Feature

B Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 39-Logan Seavey[3]; 2. 87-Aaron Reutzel[2]; 3. 7A-Justin Allgaier[5]; 4. 19B-Spencer Bayston[8]; 5. 76M-Jason McDougal[13]; 6. 89-Chris Windom[1]; 7. 5D-Zach Daum[7]; 8. 5-Chase Briscoe[17]; 9. 84-Giovanni Scelzi[16]; 10. 5T-Kevin Thomas Jr[12]; 11. 9-Tim McCreadie[14]; 12. 72J-Sam Johnson[19]; 13. 25B-Steve Buckwalter[18]; 14. 07W-Mitchel Moles[11]; 15. 25C-Chase Johnson[4]; 16. 97W-Kaidon Brown[15]; 17. 91T-Tyler Thomas[9]; 18. 21-Daryn Pittman[10]; 19. 99-Larry Wight[6]

B Feature 2 (20 Laps): 1. 67-Michael Kofoid[1]; 2. 27-Tucker Klaasmeyer[3]; 3. 1NZ-Michael Pickens[5]; 4. 52-Blake Hahn[2]; 5. 1-Sammy Swindell[7]; 6. 55V-CJ Leary[11]; 7. 17W-Shane Golobic[6]; 8. 81X-Dillon Welch[4]; 9. 15-Donny Schatz[13]; 10. 2G-JJ Yeley[20]; 11. 5K-Justin Peck[18]; 12. 55X-Alex Bowman[17]; 13. 4A-Justin Grant[8]; 14. 44X-Wesley Smith[15]; 15. 76G-David Gravel[12]; 16. 11S-TJ Smith[9]; 17. 9JR-Derek Hagar[14]; 18. 9X-Paul Nienhiser[10]; 19. 25-Jerry Coons Jr[16]; 20. 08M-Joe B Miller[19]

C-Features: Top 5 advance to the corresponding B-Feature

C Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 97W-Kaidon Brown[2]; 2. 84-Giovanni Scelzi[5]; 3. 5-Chase Briscoe[3]; 4. 25B-Steve Buckwalter[4]; 5. 72J-Sam Johnson[6]; 6. 25P-Chad Boespflug[1]; 7. 67J-Chase Jones[10]; 8. 5R-Roger Crockett[7]; 9. 3N-Jake Neuman[9]; 10. 11A-Andrew Felker[16]; 11. 18-Tony Bruce Jr[8]; 12. 27B-Jake Bubak[18]; 13. 73B-Tyler Edwards[12]; 14. 17C-Jeremy Webb[17]; 15. 57D-Daniel Robinson[15]; 16. 9P-Shane Cottle[14]; 17. 17S-Ricky Stenhouse Jr[20]; 18. 32-Gary Taylor[13]; 19. 28-Ace McCarthy[11]; 20. 56A-Riley Kreisel[19]

C Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 25-Jerry Coons Jr[1]; 2. 55X-Alex Bowman[4]; 3. 5K-Justin Peck[3]; 4. 08M-Joe B Miller[11]; 5. 2G-JJ Yeley[7]; 6. 73T-Jake Swanson[2]; 7. 47M-Frankie Guerrini[9]; 8. 97K-Tom Harris[12]; 9. 95-Chris Andrews[8]; 10. 32T-Trey Marcham[18]; 11. 14-Jesse Colwell[16]; 12. 47-Alex Bright[14]; 13. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr[13]; 14. 27D-Travis Berryhill[20]; 15. 76E-Brady Bacon[15]; 16. 19A-Hunter Schuerenberg[17]; 17. 7S-Kory Schudy[10]; 18. 14H-AJ Hopkins[19]; 19. 91B-Tanner Berryhill[6]; 20. 91K-Kevin Bayer[5]

D-Features: Top 5 advance to the corresponding C-Feature

D Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 11A-Andrew Felker[19]; 2. 17C-Jeremy Webb[2]; 3. 27B-Jake Bubak[12]; 4. 56A-Riley Kreisel[3]; 5. 17S-Ricky Stenhouse Jr[18]; 6. 68W-Josh Lakatos[6]; 7. 2ND-Dave Darland[4]; 8. 45X-Parker Price Miller[15]; 9. 98B-Joe Boyles[8]; 10. 14S-Clinton Boyles[5]; 11. 2W-Wyatt Burks[7]; 12. 71-Zeb Wise[16]; 13. 7M-Brody Roa[17]; 14. 14X-Jody Rosenboom[1]; 15. 57-Maria Cofer[11]; 16. 15D-Andrew Deal[9]; 17. 51H-Mike Hess[20]; 18. 1G-Kyle Cummins[14]; 19. 16C-David Camfield Jr[10]; 20. 27Z-Zane Hendricks[13]

D Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 14-Jesse Colwell[2]; 2. 19A-Hunter Schuerenberg[4]; 3. 32T-Trey Marcham[10]; 4. 14H-AJ Hopkins[3]; 5. 27D-Travis Berryhill[11]; 6. 67S-Ryan Smith[1]; 7. 6N-Ryan Newman[16]; 8. 31B-Chance Crum[6]; 9. 1R-Brad Sweet[12]; 10. 2R-Steven Drevicki[13]; 11. 84M-Alex DeCamp[9]; 12. 21K-Cory Kruseman[17]; 13. 82-Andrew Layser[8]; 14. 55D-Nick Drake[14]; 15. 117-Jack Dover[18]; 16. 22S-Sean McClelland[19]; 17. 92-Josh Most[20]; 18. 11J-Justin Melton[5]; 19. 71R-Robby Josett[7]; 20. 2-Ryan Hall[15]

E-Features: Top 5 advance to the corresponding D-Feature

E Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 71-Zeb Wise[7]; 2. 7M-Brody Roa[1]; 3. 17S-Ricky Stenhouse Jr[6]; 4. 11A-Andrew Felker[9]; 5. 51H-Mike Hess[2]; 6. 74M-Adam Pierson[13]; 7. 68-Ronnie Gardner[10]; 8. 47X-Danny Stratton[12]; 9. 44-Ryan Leavitt[3]; 10. 57W-Dustin Golobic[8]; 11. 39B-Cole Bodine[4]; 12. 54G-Trey Gropp[20]; 13. 91A-Chris Andrews[19]; 14. 0-Billy VanInwegen Jr[14]; 15. 17B-Ryan Bickett[17]; 16. 37X-Karter Sarff[18]; 17. 08K-Karsyn Elledge[5]; 18. 93-Dustin Morgan[11]; 19. 17R-Alex Schutte[16]; 20. 86C-David Camfield Sr[15]

E Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 6N-Ryan Newman[2]; 2. 21K-Cory Kruseman[1]; 3. 117-Jack Dover[6]; 4. 22S-Sean McClelland[5]; 5. 92-Josh Most[3]; 6. 5G-Ben Worth[16]; 7. 14F-Cameron Hagin[13]; 8. 11-Cale Conley[19]; 9. 7MF-Chance Morton[12]; 10. 37M-Matt Mitchell[11]; 11. 15X-Carson Garrett[10]; 12. 71G-Damion Gardner[9]; 13. 7U-Kyle Jones[17]; 14. 88-Terry Babb[18]; 15. 6-Bill Rose[20]; 16. 22X-Steven Shebester[14]; 17. 77W-Joey Wirth[15]; 18. 88N-DJ Netto[7]; 19. 29-Tyler Thompson[4]; 20. 57A-Bill Balog[8]

F-Features: Top 5 advance to the corresponding E-Feature

F Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 17R-Alex Schutte[6]; 2. 17B-Ryan Bickett[2]; 3. 37X-Karter Sarff[1]; 4. 91A-Chris Andrews[3]; 5. 54G-Trey Gropp[9]; 6. 2B-Tyler Hewitt[8]; 7. 18L-Logan Scherb[14]; 8. 15A-Harley Hollan[12]; 9. 8M-Kade Morton[10]; 10. 15W-Jeff Wimmenauer[16]; 11. 87F-Johnny Kent[19]; 12. 35L-Cody Ledger[7]; 13. 17Z-Zac Moody[15]; 14. 45H-Anthony Pope[18]; 15. 7-Shannon McQueen[11]; 16. 45K-Kyle Hammer[13]; 17. P1-Paul White[5]; 18. 2D-Matt Sherrell[4]; 19. 4D-Robert Dalby[17]; 20. (DNS) 10C-Dalton Camfield

F Feature 2 (15 Laps): 1. 5G-Ben Worth[2]; 2. 7U-Kyle Jones[3]; 3. 88-Terry Babb[1]; 4. 11-Cale Conley[18]; 5. 6-Bill Rose[7]; 6. 15F-Kinzer Edwards[14]; 7. 49-Scott Kreutter[12]; 8. 21M-Michelle Parson[8]; 9. 14J-Matt Streeter[16]; 10. 3T-Taylor Peterson[15]; 11. 2N-Weston Gorham[10]; 12. 15J-David Prickett[17]; 13. Q32-Peter Paulson[13]; 14. 91W-Cody Hays[5]; 15. 18K-Tony Gualda Jr[4]; 16. 8K-Josh Hawkins[6]; 17. 85-Matt Moore[9]; 18. 78-Raven Culp[11]; 19. 97X-Austin Odell[20]; 20. 7RS-Christopher Larson[19]

G-Features: Top 5 advance to the corresponding F-Feature

G Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 18L-Logan Scherb[5]; 2. 4D-Robert Dalby[4]; 3. 15W-Jeff Wimmenauer[3]; 4. 87F-Johnny Kent[2]; 5. 45H-Anthony Pope[8]; 6. 47K-Kevin Brewer[10]; 7. 32D-Casey Shuman[12]; 8. 88E-Tim Estenson[1]; 9. 77U-Chris Urish[7]; 10. 8-Alex Sewell[15]; 11. 3W-Brandon Waelti[14]; 12. 99P-Brandon Long[13]; 13. 00X-Jason Martin[16]; 14. 1P-Holly Porter[9]; 15. 7J-Shawn Jackson[11]; 16. 9K-Kevin Olson[6]

G Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 14J-Matt Streeter[2]; 2. 15J-David Prickett[1]; 3. 11-Cale Conley[12]; 4. 7RS-Christopher Larson[5]; 5. 97X-Austin Odell[14]; 6. 54-Matt Westfall[9]; 7. 67O-Kyle O’Gara[8]; 8. 2BX-Brett Becker[6]; 9. 118-Scott Evans[10]; 10. 51-Curtis Jones[3]; 11. 321-Chad Winfrey[7]; 12. 2M-Colby Stubblefield[11]; 13. 22B-Troy Betts[4]; 14. 52F-Logan Faucon[13]; 15. (DNS) 23S-Kyle Simon; 16. (DNS) 14E-Jake Neal

H-Features: Top 6 advance to the corresponding G-Feature

H Feature 1 (7 Laps): 1. 7J-Shawn Jackson[4]; 2. 32D-Casey Shuman[10]; 3. 99P-Brandon Long[3]; 4. 3W-Brandon Waelti[9]; 5. 8-Alex Sewell[13]; 6. 00X-Jason Martin[12]; 7. 19M-Ethan Mitchell[15]; 8. 02-Andy Gage[7]; 9. 96-Cody Brewer[5]; 10. 15K-Andrew Carlson[8]; 11. 8W-Mark Lowrey[11]; 12. 5O-Timmy Thrash[1]; 13. 21F-Austin Langenstein[6]; 14. 2C-Seth Carlson[2]; 15. 2L-Landon Simon[14]; 16. (DNS) 81-Colten Cottle 10-minute time limit reached.

H Feature 2 (4 Laps): 1. 2M-Colby Stubblefield[2]; 2. 118-Scott Evans[6]; 3. 52F-Logan Faucon[1]; 4. 11-Cale Conley[12]; 5. 14E-Jake Neal[9]; 6. 97X-Austin Odell[15]; 7. 78M-Merle Scherb[7]; 8. 19X-Don Droud Jr[11]; 9. 20C-Conor Daly[4]; 10. 67K-Holley Hollan[10]; 11. 9H-Emilio Hoover[5]; 12. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[14]; 13. 71T-Zac Taylor[3]; 14. 75M-Corey Ballard[8]; 15. 35C-Tanner Carrick[13]; 16. (DNS) 4M-Michelle Decker 10-minute time limit reached.

I-Features: Top 6 advancing to the corresponding H-Feature

I Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 8W-Mark Lowrey[3]; 2. 32D-Casey Shuman[10]; 3. 00X-Jason Martin[5]; 4. 8-Alex Sewell[11]; 5. 2L-Landon Simon[7]; 6. 19M-Ethan Mitchell[9]; 7. 31K-Kyle Beilman[2]; 8. 7K-Kaylee Bryson[13]; 9. 88W-Dustin Weland[1]; 10. 50-Daniel Adler[12]; 11. 11K-Gage Rucker[6]; 12. 116-Claud Estes III[4]; 13. 74-Drew Rader[8]; 14. (DNS) 7R-Austin Williams; 15. (DNS) 10W-Marcus Thomas; 16. (DNS) 11G-Mike Goodman

I Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 19X-Don Droud Jr[1]; 2. 67K-Holley Hollan[2]; 3. 35C-Tanner Carrick[9]; 4. 11-Cale Conley[5]; 5. 7W-Brendon Wiseley[3]; 6. 97X-Austin Odell[7]; 7. 56D-Mitchell Davis[11]; 8. 35-Ben Schmidt[6]; 9. 20S-Shon Deskins[12]; 10. 42C-Chris Cochran[10]; 11. 2T-Keith Martin[4]; 12. 20H-Noah Harris[15]; 13. 21H-Ty Hulsey[13]; 14. 51X-Joe Walker[14]; 15. 71X-Presley Truedson[8]; 16. (DNS) 5X-Tyson Hall

Kevin Studley J-Features: Top 6 advance to the corresponding I-Feature.

J Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 19M-Ethan Mitchell[1]; 2. 32D-Casey Shuman[10]; 3. 11G-Mike Goodman[3]; 4. 8-Alex Sewell[12]; 5. 50-Daniel Adler[7]; 6. 7K-Kaylee Bryson[14]; 7. 2S-John Kilmer[4]; 8. 20-Tadd Holliman[11]; 9. 22L-Lucas Scherb[9]; 10. 51G-Garet Williamson[13]; 11. 11C-Michael Woodruf[2]; 12. F5-Ray Allen Kulhanek[6]; 13. 29A-Tim Buckwalter[5]; 14. 1B-Anton Hernandez[8]; 15. (DNS) 52C-Cody Karl; 16. (DNS) 17T-Stevie Sussex

J Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 35C-Tanner Carrick[3]; 2. 56D-Mitchell Davis[5]; 3. 42C-Chris Cochran[11]; 4. 51X-Joe Walker[2]; 5. 21H-Ty Hulsey[13]; 6. 20H-Noah Harris[9]; 7. 35X-Tyler Robbins[7]; 8. 17E-Blake Edwards[6]; 9. 37-Eddie Tafoya Jr[15]; 10. 155-Ryan Truitt[10]; 11. 11D-Colton Fisher[1]; 12. 42-Hank Davis[8]; 13. 40-Eric Wilkins[4]; 14. 23X-Travis Scott[14]; 15. 13A-Austin Yarbrough[12]; 16. (DNS) 10J-Jeffrey Newell

K-Features: Top 6 advance to the corresponding J-Feature

K Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 22L-Lucas Scherb[4]; 2. 32D-Casey Shuman[2]; 3. 20-Tadd Holliman[1]; 4. 8-Alex Sewell[3]; 5. 51G-Garet Williamson[7]; 6. 7K-Kaylee Bryson[8]; 7. 46X-Jeffrey Champagne[11]; 8. 91-Jeff Stasa[12]; 9. 93Z-Zachary Patterson[14]; 10. 72C-Chris Tarrant[6]; 11. 11X-Donovan Peterson[5]; 12. 26-George Willard Jr[15]; 13. 19U-Pierce Urbanosky[9]; 14. 21D-Justin Dickerson[13]; 15. 5HX-Casey Hicks[10]; 16. (DNS) 4F-Chad Frewaldt

K Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 20H-Noah Harris[1]; 2. 13A-Austin Yarbrough[4]; 3. 42C-Chris Cochran[9]; 4. 23X-Travis Scott[6]; 5. 21H-Ty Hulsey[13]; 6. 37-Eddie Tafoya Jr[7]; 7. 18S-Santino Ferrucci[2]; 8. 1K-Brayton Lynch[12]; 9. 7F-Travis Ashwood[8]; 10. 24F-Hunter Fischer[10]; 11. M1-Mark Smith[5]; 12. 77J-John Klabonde[11]; 13. 17J-Jeremy Dockery[14]; 14. 17D-Ryan Ellis[3]; 15. (DNS) 95T-Buddy Tubbs; 16. (DNS) 57K-Kevin Studley

L-Features: Top 6 advance to corresponding K-Feature

L Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 19U-Pierce Urbanosky[1]; 2. 91-Jeff Stasa[4]; 3. 46X-Jeffrey Champagne[14]; 4. 93Z-Zachary Patterson[6]; 5. 21D-Justin Dickerson[7]; 6. 26-George Willard Jr[3]; 7. 17F-Devin Camfield[12]; 8. 72X-Jeff Wheeler[15]; 9. 101-Chuck McGillivray[13]; 10. 56X-Mark Chisholm[11]; 11. 0G-Gunner Ramey[8]; 12. 5F-Danny Frye III[10]; 13. 8B-Colin Deming[16]; 14. 99K-Robert Carson[9]; 15. (DNS) 74R-Slater Helt; 16. (DNS) 11P-Laydon Pearson

L Feature 2 (9 Laps): 1. 42C-Chris Cochran[11]; 2. 24F-Hunter Fischer[5]; 3. 77J-John Klabonde[7]; 4. 1K-Brayton Lynch[15]; 5. 21H-Ty Hulsey[12]; 6. 17J-Jeremy Dockery[8]; 7. 17K-Michael Koontz[13]; 8. 44C-Blake Carrier[3]; 9. 27F-Jesse Frazier[1]; 10. 75-Bryan Stanfill[14]; 11. GO-Eddie Martin[10]; 12. 68B-Blain Petersen[2]; 13. 3F-Tim Barber[9]; 14. 1NP-Terry Nichols[6]; 15. 13B-Johnny Brown Jr[4]; 16. (DNS) 17A-Austin Brown 10-minute time limit reached.

M-Features: Top 6 advance to corresponding L-Feature

M Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 56X-Mark Chisholm[1]; 2. 17F-Devin Camfield[3]; 3. 101-Chuck McGillivray[4]; 4. 46X-Jeffrey Champagne[10]; 5. 72X-Jeff Wheeler[2]; 6. 8B-Colin Deming[15]; 7. 44D-Evan Turner[5]; 8. 0K-Don O’Keefe Jr[16]; 9. 41X-Howard Moore[6]; 10. 80-Joe Spillman[8]; 11. 22C-Charlie Crumpton[11]; 12. 17L-Rocky Silva[7]; 13. 08J-Jace McIntosh[9]; 14. 9U-Doug McCune[14]; 15. 73-Dylan Ito[12]; 16. 715-Robert Bell[13]

M Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 3F-Tim Barber[1]; 2. 21H-Ty Hulsey[3]; 3. 42C-Chris Cochran[9]; 4. 75-Bryan Stanfill[10]; 5. 17K-Michael Koontz[7]; 6. 1K-Brayton Lynch[14]; 7. 00D-Daniel Sanchez[8]; 8. Q23-Barrie Valentino[2]; 9. 33J-James Davison[5]; 10. 00-Rob Yetman[12]; 11. 130-Larry Bratti[4]; 12. 46-Kenney Johnson[6]; 13. 75X-Mike Griffiths[11]; 14. 911-Waylon Weaver[13]; 15. (DNS) 21S-Russell Shoulders; 16. (DNS) C27-Clint Wilson

N-Features: Top 6 advance to corresponding M-Feature

N Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 22C-Charlie Crumpton[1]; 2. 73-Dylan Ito[8]; 3. 715-Robert Bell[3]; 4. 9U-Doug McCune[4]; 5. 8B-Colin Deming[5]; 6. 0K-Don O’Keefe Jr[10]; 7. 15L-Merril Lamb[6]; 8. 4R-Jared McIntyre[7]; 9. 1J-James Reed[11]; 10. 17X-Kurt Stellhorn[2]; 11. 98-Ryan Padgett[9]; 12. (DNS) 5J-Jeff Crook; 13. (DNS) 8X-Austin Shores; 14. (DNS) 84S-Shaun Shapel; 15. (DNS) 5B-Bobby Brewer; 16. (DNS) 84Z-Johnny Murdock

N Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 42C-Chris Cochran[3]; 2. 75-Bryan Stanfill[13]; 3. 75X-Mike Griffiths[2]; 4. 00-Rob Yetman[5]; 5. 911-Waylon Weaver[6]; 6. 1K-Brayton Lynch[12]; 7. 7JR-JD Black[11]; 8. 99R-Brad Bowden[9]; 9. 17M-Kala Keliinoi[10]; 10. 28Q-Sean Quinn[16]; 11. 926-Morgan Frewaldt[4]; 12. 1H-Rick Horn[7]; 13. 19N-Nick O’Neal[15]; 14. 44S-Brandon Akau[14]; 15. 87X-Nick O’Dell[1]; 16. 14R-Jake Nail[8]

O-Features: Top 6 advance to corresponding N-Feature

O Feature 1 (10 Laps): 1. 73-Dylan Ito[1]; 2. 98-Ryan Padgett[6]; 3. 5B-Bobby Brewer[3]; 4. 0K-Don O’Keefe Jr[5]; 5. 1J-James Reed[2]; 6. 84Z-Johnny Murdock[4]; 7. (DNS) 4C-Kyle Bellm; 8. (DNS) 11T-Larry Petersen; 9. (DNS) 2X-AJ Fike; 10. (DNS) 11D-Colton Fisher; 11. (DNS) 20G-Noah Gass; 12. (DNS) 23P-Brad Wyatt

O Feature 2 (10 Laps): 1. 7JR-JD Black[1]; 2. 1K-Brayton Lynch[6]; 3. 75-Bryan Stanfill[8]; 4. 44S-Brandon Akau[2]; 5. 19N-Nick O’Neal[4]; 6. 28Q-Sean Quinn[3]; 7. 3B-Jessie Barber[7]; 8. 68S-Scott Scherb[5]; 9. (DNS) 2A-Matt Linder; 10. (DNS) 72-Eric Fenton; 11. (DNS) 73G-Avery Goodman

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Posted: January 18, 2020 in Uncategorized