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Ganus Takes MERS 100 During Big Weekend
August 31, 2013
Ganus Takes MERS 100 During Big WeekendThe first half of the season was frustrating for fans, teams, and race officials as Mother Nature rained on everyone’s parade a number of times. For the first time in recent memory, weather canceled the July 3 show, the biggest event of the year. It was postponed to this past weekend for a huge double header. And what a weekend it was. Saturday saw solid fields of cars compete in the regular six divisions while Sunday saw an open Modified show that garnered an all-time track high 33 cars and a Main Event show that saw exciting action in front of a near standing room only crowd.

The headliner of the weekend was the Downtown Ford 100 for the Great Lakes Helicopter Main Event Racing Series on Sunday night. In qualifying, Angola, Indiana driver Scott Hantz set a new Super Late Model track record with a 13.437. It broke Harold Fair, Jr.’s track record. Ironically, Fair was the only other driver on Sunday to break his own track record with a 13.449, putting him second in time trials. Hantz drew a “10” to set the invert for the 100-lap grind.

Polesitter, Ryan Tedesco and ninth fast qualifier, Billy Roberts, brought the 21-car field to the green. Tedesco immediately raced out front while Roberts, Don Harvey, Jr., and Gary Whipkey followed closely.

While racing was hot and heavy midpack early on, it was single file over the top seven spots as competitors were waiting for the right time to step out of line. It was at the lap 25 mark that Jeff Ganus decided it was go time. Ganus worked by Drew Charlson for fourth then one lap later flew by Harvey for the third spot. He then rode in line behind a very strong Billy Roberts until lap 54 when he worked around the highside of him.

It was also in the first half of the race when the fastest car in practice and the fastest car in qualifying, those of Alex Rosenberry and Scott Hantz got together while racing in the top ten. Hantz was working forward and had gotten a look to the inside of Rosenberry a couple of times but checked up to avoid contact when the door went shut. Hantz then got a run on lap 26 that he thought was going to get the job done. However, going into turn one, Rosenberry shut the door and the two made contact. Both went to the tail. Rosenberry later had break failure while Hantz worked methodically to get back into the top five.

From lap 55 through lap 70 or so, fans had their attention affixed to the lead battle between Tedesco and Ganus. It was clear to see that Ganus had the fastest ship but by no means was Tedesco a slouch. His car was hooking the bottom line well which forced the Constantine, Michigan driver to the high lane. The winner of the 2012 Main Event at Sandusky pulled alongside a couple of times and, in fact, beat Tedesco to the line a time or two before the hometrack star pulled back ahead.

Eventually, on lap 71, Ganus adjusted his line just enough to pull alongside and eventually clear the New Philadelphia, Ohio driver. Ganus, once out front, set a blistering pace that had many shaking their heads. During a sizable green flag run, Ganus reeled off a 13.494 on lap 87 of the event, which was flirting with the track record on old tires. That said, he and his team had a scary moment with two to go as Ganus nearly ran out of talent, a term he used, when he slapped the frontstretch wall with the right side tires. Fortunately, he kept his car righted and crossed the stripe with his first career Midvale Speedway victory in his first start at the track.

The Great Lakes Helicopter #5 extended its point lead with the victory. Following Ganus in the rundown were Tedesco, who had a great weekend with the Late Model win on Saturday and a runner-up finish Sunday, Billy Roberts who made his first Midvale start payoff with a surprising third, Scott Hantz who rallied for fourth after the early contact with Rosenberry, and Drew Charlson who hung around the top five for much of the race. Justin Schroeder, Harold Fair, Jr., Doug Sommers, Ryan McManus, and Ron Kirkpatrick finished off the top ten.

The event was disastrous for the defending two-time point champion Bud Perry. The Edgerton, Ohio driver raced to the outside of Don Harvey, Jr., moments after Fair was able to get by him. Harvey, not knowing Perry was on the highside, came up the banking on the exit of turn two and the two went careening off of the outside retaining wall at a high speed, badly damaging both rides. Jimmy Carter, Gary Whipkey, and Brian Short, three others that were expected to run well, all had mechanical issues that ended their nights early as well.

Many-time Midvale Main Event winner and victor of the previous two, Rich Rohrer, had a scheduled vacation in Aruba for the weekend and was unable to attend the rescheduled event. He does plan to race the season ending Fall Classic at the track.

The Main Event Racing Series will next run at Sandusky on Wednesday, September 11 in a 75 lap affair. Full info can be found at maineventsuperlatemodels.com.

Sunday also saw the first open Modified show in a long time. For the last three years, Midvale has run crate engines in their weekly Economy Modified division, but on this night an open show was run. Amazingly 33 cars from all over the state showed up to run for the $1,200 top prize.

The top 16 were locked in through qualifying while the final eight starters came through a wild 20-lap last chance race. Midvale point leader, Kevin McClintock, running with his crate engine represented his home track very well leading the early laps of the event. The veteran driver led the first 11 laps before a double file restart after a caution cost him a chance at victory. When the green again dropped, Lorain regular Joe Quinn raced out front, competing at Midvale for the first time. Quinn held onto the top spot through lap 19 but right before a caution around that time Doug Meyer had moved into second. When the cars again got up to speed, Meyer cruised out front to take sole command of the lead, while Quinn fell into second. Near the halfway point of the event, Joe Shannon moved into second and got a chance late in the race to start alongside Meyer, but the Canton, Ohio driver proved to be too strong down the stretch. At the checkered, it was Meyer taking the victory over one of the strongest fields of Modifieds accumulated in the state in a long time. Following the All Parts/Bob’s Auto Sales #31 were Shannon, Dave Dobbins, top qualifier Scott Archer, and Kenny Phillips. The rest of the top ten were Quinn, Stacey Gerken, McClintock, Stephen Klinect, and Mike Bowers finished off the top ten. Todd Ripley and Gerken won the heats, while Bowers won the last chance.

Vince Martin led the first couple of laps in the J.D. Byrider Pure Stock 20-lap feature on Sunday night. Jeff Bowling then went to the front for a while before Teddy Oliver made his move around the halfway mark. Oliver, whose car has been hooked up over the last few weeks, raced to the checkered with his second win in as many weeks. The Wissman Motorsports/Tera’s Hair Care #49 was chased across the line by Bowling, Bill Aubihl, Mike Martin, and Rich Schweitzer. Other top ten finishers were Vince Martin, Josh Moss, Dan Winger, Gary Hoopingarner, and Adam Stewart. Stewart and Aubihl won the heats, while Oliver set fast time.

Dan Buckey and Blaine Salsberry, one former and one current competitor in the Funpact class, split time as leaders in the Compact feature on Sunday night. On lap seven, though, top qualifier and fast heat winner Kyle Grove showed his strength in his old car. Grove in 2011, won numerous features in a car that was nearly unbeatable. It was sold after last season to Crislip Racing and had won two coming into the night, both by Joe Oliver. However, Grove got back behind the wheel of it for the Sunday special and put on the most dominating performance of the season. Following the Greg’s Recovery/Affordable Towing #47 were Jake Albright in the Mike Swaney machine, Blaine Salsberry, Bob Schneider, Jr., and Allen Clark. The rest of the top ten were Max McCartney, Waylon Orr, Braden Swaney, Tim Frederick, and Kyle Finlayson. Grove, Finlayson, and Laney Striejewske won the heats.

During the previous night’s show, New Philadelphia, Ohio driver Ryan Tedesco put on a show during the 30-lap McIntosh Oil Company Late Model feature. The New Philadelphia, Ohio veteran started deep in the pack but took the lead from Jesse Adams on lap eight of the main event. For Tedesco, it was his second Late Model win in-a-row behind the wheel of his Dusini Drug/Marathon Supply #70. Point leader, Bryant Smith kept him honest in the late going by running a very strong second and not losing sight of the fast #70 ride. Following Tedesco and Smith in the top five were Tom Stankiewicz who is knocking on the door of a feature win, Bubba Smith, and Mike Mazzagatti who rallied after going to the tail early. Ed Middaugh, Mike Miller, Bob Schneider, Jr., George Riddle and Jesse Page finished off the top ten. Schneider and Adams won the heats.

Lee McCreery led the first eight laps in Saturday night’s Modified feature. On the move early was the very fast #30 of Preston Walker, who is running his first part time season of Modifieds at Midvale. Walker has been a great qualifier this season but has come up just short of a couple of wins. On this night, the Akron, Ohio driver was not to be denied. Walker took the lead on lap nine, while Kevin McClintock raced into second moments later. A caution, just past halfway, gave McClintock a fighting chance on a double file restart but Walker proved to have the car to beat. Top Qualifier, Steve Mowery took over second not long after and followed Walker closely before a caution gave him a chance to start alongside with six to go. Walker again raced out front and to his first career Midvale Speedway victory, other than a skid plate win. The TLM Industries/Bob’s Auto Sales #30 was followed by Mowery, Kevin McClintock, Mike Bowers, and Lucas Ripley. The other top ten finishers were Justin Courtney, Bob Sibila, Jr., Mike Green, Randy Smart, and Tim Westerfield, Jr. Bowers, Jason Grewell, and Neil Rolli won the heats.

Teddy Oliver set the pace for the first twelve laps of the J.D. Byrider Pure Stock feature before top qualifier Rick Elkins, Jr. worked around him for the lead. It was a race that went flag-to-flag, which was a good thing for Elkins who has had a ton of bad luck while driving the fastest car in the division. Elkins took his second feature win of the season in the Stewart Flooring/World Import Automotive #62 and was followed across the stripe by Oliver, Rich Schweitzer, Mike Martin, and Don Boron, Jr. Others claiming top tens included Austin Harvey, Gary Hoopingarner, Jeff Bowling, Jeremiah Hartline, and Bob Passwaters, Jr. Boron and Hoopingarner won the heats.

Blaine Salsberry led the first half of the 15-lap A feature for the Compacts on Saturday night. However, Tim Frederick, who had his car running strong on this night, got by him on lap nine and held off a lot of strong challengers as the driver behind him also beat the daylights out of each other. For Frederick, the Barnhill, Ohio driver took his first win of the season in the Cherry Auto/Sensel Finnicum Insurance #41. Bob Schneider, Jr., Brad McClain, Justin Renicker, and Kyle Grove finished off the top five.

In the second Compact feature, Leeza Moore and Dale Beatty handed the lead back and forth early on. Over the last couple of laps, though, Waylon Orr made his move work and took the lead and win, his first of the year. The New Philadelphia, Ohio driver was followed by Kyle Finlayson, Dale Beatty, Clayton Oliver, and Eugene Kopp, Jr.

Compact heats were claimed by Braden Swaney, Blaine Salsberry, and Leeza Moore. The top qualifier was Kyle Grove.

Only two Funpacts were on hand for the small oval and it was Dan Buckey, last year’s champion on the track, taking the win. While Kohlten Bryan got faster as the night went on, Buckey still proved to be too strong in the feature. The Buckey Mowing/Leggett Tire #50 took the win by just under 2 seconds over Bryan. Buckey also set fast time and won the heat.

Bruce George led the first couple of laps of the Mini Truck feature before veteran driver Mike Martin got by him, with a new powerplant under the hood. Martin, George and Keith Anderson were helped out by the fact that John Bertram and Doug Decker eliminated each other while trying to race to the front. The Shelbi’s Sweets and Treats #5 truck was followed by George and Anderson at the end. Martin also won the heat.

Up next for Midvale Speedway is the Season Championship night this coming Saturday. Also on the card is one of the fan favorites, the skid plate race.

Pit gates open at 2:30, hotlaps and grandstands at 3:00, qualifying at 4:45, and racing at 6:30. Grandstand admission is $12 for adults, $10 for seniors 62+, and $8 for kids 6-15. Pit admission is $25 for members and $30 for non-members.

For more info, visit midvalespeedway.com.

Point updates later.

Results For Midvale Speedway

McIntosh Oil Company Late Models
Top Qualifier – Ryan Tedesco 14.129
Heat #1 – Bob Schneider, Jr., Mike Miller, Tom Stankiewicz, Bryant Smith, Bubba Smith
Heat #2 – Jesse Adams, Matthew Mills, George Riddle, Jesse Page, Mike Mazzagatti
Feature – Ryan Tedesco, Bryant Smith, Tom Stankiewicz, Bubba Smith, Mike Mazzagatti, Ed Middaugh, Mike Miller, Bob Schneider, Jr., George Riddle, Jesse Page, Jesse Adams, Dave Martin, Doug McMillen, Larry Baker, Matthew Mills
Summit Racing Economy Modifieds
Top Qualifier – Steve Mowery 17.756
Heat #1 – Mike Bowers, Bob Sibila, Jr., Preston Walker, Mike Green, Justin Courtney
Heat #2 – Jason Grewell, Lee McCreery, Lucas Ripley, Tim Westerfield, Jr., Greg Hole Heat #3 – Neil Rolli, Shawn Kaufman, Chris Piehl, Doug Higgins, Will Walker
Feature – Preston Walker, Steve Mowery, Kevin McClintock, Mike Bowers, Lucas Ripley, Justin Courtney, Bob Sibila, Jr., Mike Green, Randy Smart, Tim Westerfield, Jr., Todd Ripley, Greg Hole, Jason Grewell, Neil Rolli, Shawn Kaufman, Lee McCreery, Shawn Marder, Chris Piehl, Doug Higgins, Will Walker
J.D. Byrider Pure Stocks
Top Qualifier – Rick Elkins, Jr. 16.109
Heat #1 – Don Boron, Jr., Rick Elkins, Jr., Austin Harvey, Rich Schweitzer, Mike Martin
Heat #2 – Gary Hoopingarner, Jeremiah Hartline, Jeff Bowling, Vince Martin, Bob Passwaters, Jr.
Feature – Rick Elkins, Jr., Teddy Oliver, Rich Schweitzer, Mike Martin, Don Boron, Jr., Austin Harvey, Gary Hoopingarner, Jeff Bowling, Josh Moss, Bob Passwaters, Jr., Vince Martin
Midvale Speedway Compacts
Top Qualifier – Kyle Grove 18.094
Heat #1 – Braden Swaney, Kyle Grove, Jeffrey Orr, Justin Renicker, Wes Ennis
Heat #2 – Blaine Salsberry, Allen Clark, Tim Frederick, Bob Schneider, Jr., Waylon Orr
Heat #3 – Leeza Moore, Dale Beatty, Laney Striejewske, Kyle Finlayson, Eric Enold
Feature #1 – Tim Frederick, Bob Schneider, Jr., Brad McClain, Justin Renicker, Kyle Grove, Mike Swaney, Allen Clark, Blaine Salsberry, Rich Dunlap, Jeffrey Orr, Braden Swaney, Wes Ennis
Feature #2 – Waylon Orr, Kyle Finlayson, Dale Beatty, Clayton Oliver, Eugene Kopp, Jr., Eric Enold, Matt Helms, Laney Striejewske, Leeza Moore
Midvale Speedway Mini Trucks
Top Qualifier – Doug Decker 17.572
Heat – Mike Martin, Doug Decker, Bruce George, Keith Anderson, Teddy Oliver
Feature – Mike Martin, Bruce George, Keith Anderson, John Bertram, Doug Decker
Midvale Speedway Funpacts
Top Qualifier – Dan Buckey 16.741
Heat – Dan Buckey, Kohtlen Bryan
Feature – Dan Buckey, Kohlten Bryan

Results For Midvale Speedway

Great Lakes Helicopter Main Event Racing Series
Top Qualifier – Scott Hantz 13.437 NTR
Downtown Ford 100 – Jeff Ganus, Ryan Tedesco, Billy Roberts, Scott Hantz, Drew Charlson, Justin Schroeder, Harold Fair, Jr., Doug Sommers, Ryan McManus, Ron Kirkpatrick, Bud Perry, Don Harvey, Jr., Jimmy Carter, John Flynn, Gary Whipkey, Alex Rosenberry, Mike Mazzagatti, Brian Short, Bob Gainer, Emerson Huffman, Bob Sibila, Jr.
Open Modifieds
Top Qualifier – Scott Archer 14.587
Heat #1 – Todd Ripley, Doug Meyer, Justin Courtney, Scott Archer, Joe Shannon
Heat #2 – Stacey Gerken, Shawn Gray, Norm Taylor, Steve Mowery, Brad Copen
Last Chance (Top 8 Transfer) – Mike Bowers, Lucas Ripley, Lee McCreery, Neil Rolli, Tigh Shaffer, Shawn Kaufman, Jason Grewell, Paul Shaffer, Bob Shoeppner, Jeff Fade, Jeff Amsdell, Jesse Adams, Wayne Mounts, Mike Lawson, Ryan Cypher
Feature – Doug Meyer, Joe Shannon, Dave Dobbins, Scott Archer, Kenny Phillips, Joe Quinn, Stacey Gerken, Kevin McClintock, Stephen Klinect, Mike Bowers, Paul Shaffer, Neil Rolli, Jason Grewell, Brad Copen, Shawn Kaufman, Tigh Shaffer, Craig Phillips, Norm Taylor, Justin Courtney, Todd Ripley, Lucas Ripley, Shawn Gray, Lee McCreery
J.D. Byrider Pure Stocks
Top Qualifier – Teddy Oliver 16.217
Heat #1 – Adam Stewart, Jeff Bowling, Mike Martin, Rich Schweitzer, Bill Shimko
Heat #2 – Bill Aubihl, Gary Hoopingarner, Josh Moss, Austin Harvey, Vince Martin
Feature – Teddy Oliver, Jeff Bowling, Bill Aubihl, Mike Martin, Rich Schweitzer, Vince Martin, Josh Moss, Dan Winger, Gary Hoopingarner, Adam Stewart, Austin Harvey, Bill Shimko
Midvale Speedway Compacts
Top Qualifier – Kyle Grove 18.089
Heat #1 – Kyle Grove, Bob Schneider, Jr., Max McCartney, Jake Albright, Braden Swaney
Heat #2 – Kyle Finlayson, Tim Frederick, Allen Clark, Kyle Rector, Blaine Salsberry
Heat #3 – Laney Striejewske, Dale Beatty, Zack Cogar, Eric Enold
Feature – Kyle Grove, Jake Albright, Blaine Salsberry, Bob Schneider, Jr., Allen Clark, Max McCartney, Waylon Orr, Braden Swaney, Tim Frederick, Kyle Finlayson, Dan Buckey, Kyle Rector, Dale Beatty, Laney Striejewske, Eric Enold, Wes Ennis, Zack Cogar

Written by: Adam Mackey

Driver Results
Late Models
Finished PositionPoints EarnedCar No.Driver
15070Ryan Tedesco
2481Bryant Smith
34642Tom Stankiewicz
44412Bubba Smith
54287Mike Mazzagatti
64064Ed Middaugh
73822Mike Miller
83617Bob Schneider, Jr.
9340George Riddle
1032O2Jesse Page
113011Jesse Adams
12283Dave Martin
132654Doug McMillen
1424O6Larry Baker
15224Matthew Mills
Heat #1
Finished PositionPoints EarnedCar No.Driver
1817Bob Schneider, Jr.
2722Mike Miller
3642Tom Stankiewicz
451Bryant Smith
5412Bubba Smith
Heat #2
Finished PositionPoints EarnedCar No.Driver
1511Jesse Adams
244Matthew Mills
330George Riddle
42O2Jesse Page
5187Mike Mazzagatti
Economy Modifieds
Finished PositionPoints EarnedCar No.Driver
15030Preston Walker
24829Steve Mowery
34638Kevin McClintock
444O2Mike Bowers
5420Lucas Ripley
6405Justin Courtney
73882Bob Sibila, Jr.
83636Mike Green
93417Randy Smart
10329Tim Westerfield, Jr.
1130OOTodd Ripley
122815Greg Hole
132699Jason Grewell
142416Neil Rolli
152224Shawn Kaufman
16202Lee McCreery
171825Shawn Marder
181688Chris Piehl
191413Doug Higgins
201265Will Walker
Heat #1
Finished PositionPoints EarnedCar No.Driver
18O2Mike Bowers
2782Bob Sibila, Jr.
3630Preston Walker
4536Mike Green
545Justin Courtney
Heat #2
Finished PositionPoints EarnedCar No.Driver
1599Jason Grewell
242Lee McCreery
330Lucas Ripley
429Tim Westerfield, Jr.
5115Greg Hole
Heat #3
Finished PositionPoints EarnedCar No.Driver
1516Neil Rolli
2424Shawn Kaufman
3388Chris Piehl
4213Doug Higgins
5165Will Walker
Pure Stocks
Finished PositionPoints EarnedCar No.Driver
15062Rick Elkins, Jr.
24849Teddy Oliver
34684Rich Schweitzer
4446Mike Martin
54288Don Boron, Sr.
640112Austin Harvey
73868Gary Hoopingarner
83682Don Boron, Jr.
93477Todd Miller
103274Bob Passwaters, Jr.
11305Vince Martin
Heat #1
Finished PositionPoints EarnedCar No.Driver
1888Don Boron, Sr.
2762Rick Elkins, Jr.
36112Austin Harvey
4584Rich Schweitzer
546Mike Martin
Heat #2
Finished PositionPoints EarnedCar No.Driver
1568Gary Hoopingarner
2477Todd Miller
3382Don Boron, Jr.
425Vince Martin
5174Bob Passwaters, Jr.
Mini Truck
Finished PositionPoints EarnedCar No.Driver
1505Vince Martin
24813Bruce George
34632Keith Anderson
444155John Bertram
54264Doug Decker
DNS049Teddy Oliver, Jr.
Finished PositionPoints EarnedCar No.Driver
185Vince Martin
2764Doug Decker
3613Bruce George
4532Keith Anderson
5449Teddy Oliver, Jr.
Feature #1
Finished PositionPoints EarnedCar No.Driver
15041Tim Frederick
248157Bob Schneider, Jr.
34680Brad McClain
444175Justin Renicker
54231Kyle Grove
64057Mike Swaney
73869Allen Clark
83629Blaine Salsberry
93436Rich Dunlap
10328Jeffrey Orr
113027Braden Swaney
1228O9Wes Ennis
Feature #2
Finished PositionPoints EarnedCar No.Driver
13628Waylon Orr
23415Kyle Finlayson
33275Chase Beatty
43019Clayton Oliver
528158Eugene Kopp, Jr.
62650Buckey Racing
7246Matt Helms
82217Laney Striejewske
92095Leeza Moore
Heat #1
Finished PositionPoints EarnedCar No.Driver
1827Braden Swaney
2731Kyle Grove
368Jeffrey Orr
45175Justin Renicker
54O9Wes Ennis
Heat #2
Finished PositionPoints EarnedCar No.Driver
1529Blaine Salsberry
2469Allen Clark
3341Tim Frederick
42157Bob Schneider, Jr.
5128Waylon Orr
Heat #3
Finished PositionPoints EarnedCar No.Driver
1595Leeza Moore
2475Chase Beatty
3317Laney Striejewske
4215Kyle Finlayson
5150Buckey Racing
Finished PositionPoints EarnedCar No.Driver
15050Dan Buckey
24821Kohlten Bryan
Finished PositionPoints EarnedCar No.Driver
1850Dan Buckey
2721Kohlten Bryan
08/31/2013 Race
Late Models Listings
Finish Pos.Driver
1.Tedesco, Ryan
2.Smith, Bryant
3.Stankiewicz, Tom
4.Smith, Bubba
5.Mazzagatti, Mike
6.Middaugh, Ed
7.Miller, Mike
8.Schneider, Jr., Bob
9.Riddle, George
10.Page, Jesse
08/31/2013 Race
Economy Modifieds Listings
Finish Pos.Driver
1.Walker, Preston
2.Mowery, Steve
3.McClintock, Kevin
4.Bowers, Mike
5.Ripley, Lucas
6.Courtney, Justin
7.Sibila, Jr., Bob
8.Green, Mike
9.Smart, Randy
10.Westerfield, Jr., Tim
08/31/2013 Race
Pure Stocks Listings
Finish Pos.Driver
1.Elkins, Jr., Rick
2.Oliver, Teddy
3.Schweitzer, Rich
4.Martin, Mike
5.Boron, Sr., Don
6.Harvey, Austin
7.Hoopingarner, Gary
8.Boron, Jr., Don
9.Miller, Todd
10.Passwaters, Jr., Bob
08/31/2013 Race
Mini Truck Listings
Finish Pos.Driver
1.Martin, Vince
2.George, Bruce
3.Anderson, Keith
4.Bertram, John
5.Decker, Doug
6.Oliver, Jr., Teddy
08/31/2013 Race
Compacts Listings
Finish Pos.Driver
1.Frederick, Tim
2.Schneider, Jr., Bob
3.McClain, Brad
4.Renicker, Justin
5.Grove, Kyle
6.Swaney, Mike
7.Clark, Allen
8.Salsberry, Blaine
9.Dunlap, Rich
10.Orr, Jeffrey
08/31/2013 Race
Funpact Listings
Finish Pos.Driver
1.Buckey, Dan
2.Bryan, Kohlten