1 Luke Cranston
2 JD Johnson
3 Ty Williams
4 Jeff Radcliffe...
5 Zach Blurton
6 Brian Herbert
7 Darren Berry
8 Howard Van Dyke
9 Aaron Ploussard
10 Jed Werner DNF
Luke Cranston also takes home the Keizer Aluminum Wheels Hard Charger Award, moving up 7 spots for the win.
15 year old Austin Mclean wins his first Feature
at Colorado Motor Sports Park in Byers Colorado
1 Austin McLean
2 Justin Medlock
3 Patrick Bourke...
4 Adam Trimble
5 Scott Rhoades
6 Mark Walinder
7 Scott Cochran
8 Jeff Geig
9 Mark Chisholm DNF
10 Coby Pearce DNF
11 Todd Plemmons DNF
12 Luke Lucero DNF
Brian Hardman DNS
Cris Mueler DNS
The Keizer Aluminum Wheels hard charger award was won by Scott Rhoades, starting 12th and finishing 5th.
Keefe Hemel Dominates URSS at Rooks County Speedway
The United Rebel Sprint Series made their debut at the historic Rooks County Speedway Friday night and set the ½ mile oval a fire as the track came to life once again with winged Sprint Cars. Eleven teams made the trek to the paper clipped shaped oval, long straightaways and tight corners made for some set-up wizardry. Cimarron Kansas driver Keefe Hemel scored his first win of the 2016 season in convincing fashion mastering the tricky monster half mile.
Timken Kansas’s Craig Jecha brought the field to the green flag with Hemel bolting to the lead from his outside pole position with the ”Hill City Hot Shoe” Jeff Radcliffe grabbing the runner up spot with John Webster, Darren Berry and Brian Herbert rounding out the top five at the end of lap one. Soon Herbert would close the gap between himself and Berry to take over the fourth spot.
Radcliffe would pressure Hemel lap after lap for the first half of the race as they would race side by side down the back straight for many laps.
Kansas point leader Luke Cranston started his run towards the front from his eighth starting spot with second place points Zach Blurton in his tire tracks. The pair locked in a tight point battle in both the Kansas Region and National points as Cranston holds the top spot in both with Blurton holding down the runner up spot. The two drivers were locked in a three way battle for the fifth, sixth and seventh positions with Berry most of the twenty lap feature as the trio worked their way around the oval swapping spots gaining ground only to lose it a lap later. click here for more
JD Johnson Scores Back to Back URSS Wins at the
The "Month of Money" officially came to an end as sixteen teams checked into the Historic Belleville Highbanks for the $2,000 to win 4th Annual URSS Belleville Nationals. It was the eighth stop of the 2016 Myers Racing Engines National Points Championship Series. Wichita Kansas driver JD Johnson wired the field to take his second Belleville Nationals Crown in as many years in front of a packed house.
JD Johnson and Jeff Radcliffe led the field to the green flag with Johnson bolting to the point position but before the first lap could be completed a flipping Ken Lutters would bring out the red flag and stop the field.
On the restart once again Johnson jumped to the lead with fifth place starter Ty Williams rocketing to the runner-up position with Steven Richardson, Luke Cranston and Radcliffe rounding out the top five at the end of lap one. Lincoln Nebraska racer Stu Snyder soon was in the tire tracks of Radcliffe and grabbed the fifth spot away on lap two. Click here for more
Steven Richardson Victorious at URSS Bullring Nationals
The United Rebel Sprint Series invaded the ¼ mile oval at the Rush County Fairgrounds for the seventh stop on the 2016 Myers Racing Engines National Points Championship. Richardson wired the field from the pole position to pick up his second win of the 2016 URSS Season in the thirty lap feature.
Steven Richardson lead the field to the green and jumped out to the point with outside pole-sitter Koby Walters, Jake Bubak, Darren Berry and Brian Herbert rounding out the top five at the end of lap one. Luke Cranston and JD Johnson both were on Herbert’s tail tank and slipped by Herbert to take over fifth and sixth. Cranston soon made quick work of Darren Berry taking the fourth spot on five. The caution waved on lap six as Craig Jecha looped his mount in turn three to slow the field.
On the restart, Richardson once again jumped out to the lead with Koby Walters in hot pursuit. Lap nine saw Cranston close up on the bumper of Bubak with Cranston taking away the third spot. Behind the leaders Jeremy Huish had starting making his way to the front coming from his 15th starting spot to claim the tenth spot by ten. click here for more