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.



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