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Classic Rock 99.5 Night at Raceway Park

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Another great Sunday night of racing at Raceway Park. It was Classic Rock 99.5 night and the races gave the fans a great show of speed and fun. The Z98 Sport Compacts had a close race between Ramsey Meyer (21R) and Daniel Vanderveen (69V). With the checker flag waving, Daniel Vanderveen took the win earning 10th place in points with Ramsey Meyer taking a close second behind Vanderveen while moving to 13th in the point standings. Brody Spreng (27S), David Bates (13B), and Don Tank (1) finished out your top five that night in your sport compact division early in the night.

In the Golden Auto Hobby Stocks, Craig Clift (77) went from near the back of the pack to first place, earning another win under his belt. With Clift being 10th in points, the man following in second place was Tony Fetterman (7), 1st place in points. The Hobby Stock race had Mike Hanson (55M), David Miller (29M), and Steven Pierce (3P) following behind the two leaders claiming, 3rd, 4th, and 5th in their feature race of the night.

Right after the Hobby Stocks came the KCAU Sport Mods. The Sport Mod win went to the 00 car of Dave Kennedy. Kennedy stands 7th in the point standings while in second-place stands the 0K of Kyle Welch who stands 4th in points. Following behind the top two were Karl Brewer in the 13K, Kirk Beatty in the 21B, and Todd Boulware in the 14 finishing up the top five of the field.

The next action pack race to follow was the Casey’s General Store Stock Cars. The Stock car win was taken by Travis Barker in the 30 car that stands 7th in points. Not too far behind Barker was Jason Ward (41) who stands in 1st on the point standings. Chasing up the field after Ward was Aaron Cain (43), Greg Taylor (55JR), and Ryan Harris (49) who finished out the top five in the Stock Car feature race of the night.

The final feature race for the hot Sunday night was the Total Motor Modified race. The race was tight and it was a close call to the finish line but Jim Thies in the 23 pulled away with the win and became 3rd in the point rankings, tying himself up with Jason Schneiders (44X) who took a close second in the main feature. Finishing behind the two was Ricky Stephan in the 25, then Justin Zeitner, and in fifth came Nick Lakes(17L).

IMCA racing action continues this Sunday night at Raceway Park with gates opening at 5:00 and racing at 6:30. Be there for another great night of racing and fun at the high banks of Raceway Park.

 

 

Classic Rock 99.5 presents The IMCA Racing Series at Raceway Park this Sunday, July 23

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We will be running all 5 IMCA Divisions.
Total Motors IMCA Modifieds, Casey’s General Stores IMCA Stockcars, KCAU 9 NEWS IMCA Sportmods, Golden Auto Sales IMCA Hobbystocks, Z98 IMCA Sport Compacts.

Also, Quick Pick Big Wheel Racing series will be qualifying this Sunday.

Ditzy TheTwister will be on hand doing all her fun and wacky activities for the kids.

Fun and affordable for the whole family; General Admission $10, Kids 10 and under free, seniors 70 and older free. Gates open 5pm with Racing at 6:30pm.

Tell your friends and neighbors, grab the kids and head on out to Raceway Park Sunday night. Raceway Park is located just 10 miles north of Sioux City, IA; I-29 to exit 4,then 0.2 mile east to SR 105 then 1.7 mile north (on the west side of SR 105)

ATTENTION all IMCA Drivers!!

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Jimmy Cole/Professional Concrete & Raceway Park have a challenge for you!

This upcoming Sunday, July 16th if we can get 15 or more cars in any division we will reward those drivers with free pit admission for July 23rd.

For example if 17 Modified’s checked in this Sunday, July 16th, those 17 drivers would get free pit admission for July 23rd. You would have to race July 23rd to get your free pit pass.
There is no registration fee.

This challenge is for all 5 Divisions: Total Motors IMCA Modifieds, Casey’s General Stores IMCA Stockcars, KCAU 9 NEWS IMCA Sportmods, Golden Auto Sales IMCA Hobbystocks, Z98 IMCA Sport Compacts.

Let’s get the word out & Pack The Pits this Sunday, July 16th. 

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Five drivers were officially crowned IMCA track champions Sunday at Raceway Park. With championships in all divisions virtually wrapped up before the drivers checked in the back gate, it was all about taking home the championship night trophy. Champions in three of the divisions managed to do just that.

Ramsey Meyer took the lead on the second lap of the KISS 107 FM Sport Compact division and never looked back en route to another feature win. Chasing Ramsey to the checkered flag were Tom Meyer, Phillip McKee, and Jeremy Boulware.

Car Quest Hobby Stock champion Aaron Shearn took his second win in a row to wrap up his track championship in a feature that had seven cautions in the first three laps and three attempts at a green, white, checkered finish just past the scheduled halfway distance, Shearn held the only safe position being in front of the field. Ryan Leedom wrapped up a good season with a second place finish in front of Tony Fetterman and Dave Riley.

It was also two wins in a row to wrap up the season for the MOPAR Sport Mod champion Karl Brewer. Brewer snagged the lead from Justin Voeltz on a restart four laps into the feature and paced the field to the checkered flag. Rusty Montagne finished in the runner up spot followed by Kirk Beatty and Dave Kennedy.

The Casey’s General Stores Stock Car feature saw nearly every car in the division involved in accidents before the checkered flag. The action started at the drop of the green flag when pole sitter Glenn Jones spun in the first turn collecting three of the top six cars. The crash left Paul Wenzlaff in the lead before he was involved in a crash in turn two of the second lap that collected six more cars. After another multi-car incident on the fourth lap, Aaron Cain moved into the lead spot and held on all the way to the checkered flag for the win. Chasing Cain, but missing the complete right side body work of his car, was Jason Ward followed by Greg Taylor and division champion Chris Mills.

In comparison, the Total Motors Modified feature was a fairly calm affair with Jay Noteboom taking the lead from his front row position on the opening lap and holding a comfortable ten car length lead all the way to the checkered flag. Bob Moore chased Noteboom through much of the feature finishing second in front of Chris Abelson and Sean Barragan, while Ricky Stephan left with the season points championship.

Twelve young racers also hit the track in the Quick Pick Auto Parts Big Wheel Racing Series championships. After narrowing the field to six drivers, young Jasen Boulware roared to the feature win and took home the six foot tall championship trophy, nearly double his size.

Raceway Park’s season wraps up this Sunday with the Winnavegas Casino Resort South Dakota Fall Nationals, with extra money on the line in all five divisions. Grandstands open at 5:00 pm with the first green flag dropping at 6:30.

For complete results click on the Results tab at the top of the page.

Night of Champions this Sunday August 28th presented by Advance Auto Parts driven by CarQuest

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Advance Auto Parts driven by CarQuest will present the IMCA Championship Night Sunday, August 28th. Who will be crowned the 2016 IMCA Track Champion?

All feature winners will be receiving a $50 gift card to Advance Auto Parts driven by CarQuest. Anyone making it to tech will also be receiving a special gift from Advance Auto Parts driven by CarQuest. They will be hosting a candy toss at intermission and make sure you arrive early as Advance Auto Parts driven by CarQuest will be handing out ball caps at the front gate. They will also have other giveaways.

We will be running all 5 IMCA divisions: Total Motors IMCA Modifieds, Casey’s General Stores IMCA Stockcars, MOPAR IMCA Sportmods, CARQUEST IMCA Hobbystocks and KISS 107.1 IMCA Sport Compacts.

This Sunday will also be the Quick Pick Big Wheel Racing Series Season Championship. Who will take home the 6 foot trophy? The contestants are: Hunter Rozenboom, Chase Hill, Cayden Barker, Emily Johns, Perry Birdsell, Phillip Monroe, Kowen Angerman, Jasen Boulware, Brayden Huffman, Mason Leedom, Hailey Woodle and Alexis Parrish.

Ditzy the Clown will be on hand doing all her fun and wacky activities for the kids.

Fun and affordable for the whole family; General Admission $10, Kids 10 and under free, seniors 70 and older free. Gates open 5pm with Racing at 6:30pm.

Tell your friends and neighbors, grab the kids and head on out to Raceway Park Sunday night. Raceway Park is located just 10 miles north of Sioux City, IA; I-29 to exit 4,then 0.2 mile east to SR 105 then 1.7 mile north (on the west side of SR 105).

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Quick Pick Big Wheel Champion Crowned Sunday August 28th

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We will be running the Quick Pick Big Wheel Racing Series Season Championship this Sunday, August 28th.

The twelve qualifiers are:
Hunter Rozenboom
Chase Hill
Cayden Barker
Emily Johns
Perry Birdsell
Phillip Monroe
Kowen Angerman
Jasen Boulware
Brayden Huffman
Mason Leedom
Hailey Woodle
Alexis Parrish

They will battle it out to see who will be crowned the Quick Pick Big Wheel Series Season Champion and who will take home the 6 foot trophy!

Please pass along so all the contestants know it is their night to battle it out.

Good Luck to all contestants!

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Don’t miss Championship Night this Sunday, August 28th at Raceway Park presented by Advance Auto Parts/CARQUEST.

Who will be crowned the 2016 Track Champion?

Here are the current top 15 in points:
KISS 107 IMCA Sport Compacts
1 21R Ramsey Meyer 608
2 1 Don Tank 578
3 6 Luke Jackson 556
4 12M Phillip McKee 517
5 33 Tracy Raml 515
6 4P Jeremy Boulware 433
7 15 Tyler Thompson 399
8 22A Andrew Harris 377
9 21T Tom Meyer 318
10 423 Jake Newsom 285
11 21 Louis Maine 240
12 13B David Bates 198
13 29 Joe Blake 135
14 61 Seth Bodlak 127
15 25 Cody Thompson 107

CARQUEST IMCA Hobbystocks
1 58 Aaron Shearn 598
2 56 Dave Riley 569
3 7 Tony Fetterman 565
4 69U Matt Baker 544
5 83 Jon Androy 535
6 27S Brody Spreng 485
7 9 Lenny Tucker 475
8 77 Craig Clift 441
9 3P Steven Pierce 435
10 21L Ryan Leedom 410
11 34B Ben Schneiders 367
12 8 Travis Raml 364
13 90 Lucas Phillips 293
14 5B Matt Spanier 280
15 62 Allen Hesse 270

MOPAR IMCA Sportmods
1 13K Karl Brewer 601
2 T1 Rusty Montagne 589
3 21B Kirk Beatty 374
4 22 Justin Voeltz 369
5 14V A.J. Boulware 362
6 47 Darin Roepke 361
7 OK Kyle Welch 327
8 14 Todd Boulware 298
9 11P Austin Price 293
10 77G Mike Grass 282
11 21 Cameron Meyer 254
12 28X Jeff Girard 232
13 5X Kaleb Kennedy 226
14 16E Aaron Edwardson 169
15 28 Mike Jensen 167

Casey General Stores IMCA Stockcars
1 02JR Chris Mills 602
2 84X Travis Barker 574
3 55JR Greg Taylor 559
4 41 Jason Ward 545
5 94 Todd Gereau 498
6 68Z Zach Ankrum 475
7 43 Aaron Cain 451
8 25S Brandon Schoen 451
9 5E Mel Elsberry 349
10 17L Nick Lakes 305
11 9 Bo Lundquist 249
12 B82 Weylin Bruneau 223
13 013 Casey Jones 199
14 58 Shaun Johnson 186
15 T69 Jeff Thomas 183

Total Motors IMCA Modifieds
1 25 Ricky Stephans 592
2 55 Jim Cole 575
3 44X Jason Schneiders 571
4 48 Bob Moore 570
5 23 Jim Thies 570
6 88 Sean Barragan 550
7 27 Daniel Loggins 450
8 1X Chris Abelson 439
9 20 Chad TenNapel 306
10 7S Bob Fleschman 263
11 56X Terry Berg Jr 247
12 88S Daniel Woodle 154
13 Z62 Justin Zeitner 145
14 7N Jay Noteboom 133
15 30 Shawn Bearce 117

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Drivers and fans enjoyed a great night of racing Sunday as Raceway Park hosted the Tom Baker Memorial Race. The highlighted division of the evening was the MOPAR IMCA Sport Modified division. Kyle Welch jumped out to the early lead only to be overtaken on the seventh lap by point leader Karl Brewer. The race’s first caution did not come out until the fourteenth of twenty laps were completed. On the restart, the cars of Kirk Beatty and Darin Roepke got together between the first and second turns leading to a second attempt to finish the race. Once the green flag flew, it was Brewer all the way to the checkered flag followed by Rusty Montange, Cameron Meyer, and Kyle Welch.

The Total Motors IMCA Modified division ran a fast, clean, green to checkers feature. Dan Loggins led the opening laps until being overtaken three laps in by Bob Moore. Moore then set sail with Jim Cole on his tail while Chris Abelson worked his way through the field to third at the halfway point. Through the final laps, Moore kept control over Cole to take the win, while Abelson held off point leader Ricky Stephan for third place at the checkers.

The Casey’s General Stores IMCA Stock Cars had a classic battle through most of the feature between Aaron Cain and Jason Ward, with the lead traded four times in an eight lap period. Ward finally took control of the top spot with four laps remaining to take the feature win while Todd Gereau got past Cain for the runner up spot. Behind the top trio, Nick Lakes rounded out the top four.

Point leader Aaron Shearn picked up his second win in a row in the Car Quest IMCA Hobby Stock division. Shearn slipped past race long leader Brody Spreng with two laps remaining and held off a hard charging Dave Riley at the checkers. Spreng finished in the third position followed by Andy Hoffman.

The KISS 107 FM IMCA Sport Compact feature saw another clean green to checkered feature. Jake Newsom took the lead on the opening lap and never looked back en route to the feature victory followed by Luke Jackson, point leader Ramsey Meyer and Tyler Thompson.

Also joining the program Sunday was the Mod-Lites Series, where David Rafferty took the win followed by Brian Zehm, Rich Enevoldson, and Doug Pollock.
Sunday also saw the final two entrants for the Quick Pick Auto Parts Big Wheel Shootout Championship decided when Hailey Woodle and Alexis Parrish took wins.

This upcoming Sunday, Raceway holds it’s season’s championship races with champions crowned in all five IMCA divisions and in the Big Wheel Shootout Series. Gates open at 5:00 with the first green flag dropping at 6:30.

For complete results and point standings click on the tabs at the top of the page.

More Give-Aways for 2nd Annual Tom Baker Memorial

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Update to the Tom Baker Memorial Set for its 2nd Annual run Sunday night at Raceway Park.

Along with Tom’s wife Helen adding $800 to the MOPAR IMCA Sportmod division this night, she will also have 200 candy bags that will be given out at the front gate as the kids come into the grandstands and Kirk Beatty t-shirts. She also has two $25 gift cards to Johnny Mars. The Sportmod feature will now pay $500 to win. Sportmod payout: 2. $250; 3. $200; 4. $175; 5. $150; 6. $140; 7. $130; 8. $120; 9. $115; 10. $105.

Keith and Matt Baker have many items from area businesses/restaurants that will be given out throughout the night.

They have eight bikes that will be given away Sunday night two to each age group: 3-5 yrs., 6-8 yrs., 9-12 yrs., and 13-16 yrs.

The Nebraska Modified Lites will be on hand Sunday night. For more information on this division visit www.nebraskamodifiedlites.com.

Fun and affordable for the whole family; General Admission $10, Kids 10 and under free, seniors 70 and older free. Gates open 5pm with Racing at 6:30pm.

Tell your friends and neighbors, grab the kids and head on out to Raceway Park Sunday night. Raceway Park is located just 10 miles north of Sioux City, IA; I-29 to exit 4,then 0.2 mile east to SR 105 then 1.7 mile north (on the west side of SR 105).

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The Baker Family and Raceway Park will present the 2nd Annual Tom Baker Memorial Night Sunday, August 21st featuring the Nebraska Modified Lites.

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The Baker Family and Raceway Park will present the 2nd Annual Tom Baker Memorial Night Sunday, August 21st featuring the Nebraska Modified Lites.

Tom’s wife Helen has donated $800 to put towards the MOPAR IMCA Sportmods. The Sportmod feature will now pay $500 to win. Sportmod payout: 2. $250; 3. $200; 4. $175; 5. $150; 6. $140; 7. $130; 8. $120; 9. $115; 10. $105. Tom would help out anyone that needed it, either with parts or just his time. Tom loved racing and put together a race team of Sportmods which were driven by Kirk Beatty and Rich Headed.

Keith and Matt Baker have donated over 6 foot trophies for the night.

We will be running all 5 IMCA divisions: Total Motors IMCA Modifieds, Casey’s General Stores IMCA Stockcars, MOPAR IMCA Sportmods, CarQuest IMCA Hobbystocks and the KISS 107.1 IMCA Sport Compacts.

We will also be running the Nebraska Modified Lites. Nebraska Modified Lites Racing Series (a.k.a. Dwarf) cars are 5/8 scale models of Modified race cars. They have full steel roll cages, sheet metal bodies, and are powered by 4-cylinder motorcycle engines between 750cc and 1250cc. They have full racing suspensions and are capable of speeds over 100mph on the straightaways. With their size and quickness, they are perfectly suited to oval track racing. Modified Lite cars are “real” race cars, not go-karts. With advances in suspension, Modified Lite cars achieve speeds similar to the fastest full sized cars.

Mike & Mary Cooper and Dave & Ricki Boettcher will be giving away 8 bicycles. There will also be a candy toss at intermission. The Baker Family would like to thank these special friends of the family and everyone who helped with this event.

We will be running the Quick Pick Big Wheel Racing Series and Ditzy the Clown will be on hand doing all her fun and wacky activities for the kids.

Fun and affordable for the whole family; General Admission $10, Kids 10 and under free, seniors 70 and older free. Gates open 5pm with Racing at 6:30pm.

Tell your friends and neighbors, grab the kids and head on out to Raceway Park Sunday night. Raceway Park is located just 10 miles north of Sioux City, IA; I-29 to exit 4,then 0.2 mile east to SR 105 then 1.7 mile north (on the west side of SR 105).

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