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Schrader wins Bump To Pass Main Event At Stateline Speedway

Joel Schrader once again wheeled his trash can themed Bump to Pass car to another win at a well attended Wednesday Night Fever at Stateline Speedway.  Schrader and car owner Vern Dorsey of Spokane remain undefeated in the division.


Courtesy: Stateline Speedway Media Relations

POST FALLS, IDAHO – May 20, 2009 – Statelines pits began filling early as drivers who got a bit of rain last week enjoyed the sunshine unloading cars  for Wednesday Night Fever. Over 40 Road Runners prepared for the night’s action along with a field of 18 Fever Four cars and 9 Bump to Pass contenders.

Joel Schrader once again wheeled his trash can themed Bump to Pass car to  another win at a well attended Wednesday Night Fever at Stateline Speedway.  Schrader and car owner Vern Dorsey of Spokane remain undefeated in the division.

Schrader held the lead to take the win in the main event. Aaron Stein finished second followed by Henery Blankenbaker and third place went to Len Clother.

The Fever Four race saw hard charging by all 18 drivers throughout the night, the fastest to the slowest cars were separated by mere fractions of a  second, the race drew several caution flags due to 9 spinouts and the squeeze  plays running three abreast during the 30-lap main event. Returning once  again to the class was Mel Auckerman, who repurchased his old championship car  to get back in the hunt. In the end the race crowned Brycen Tarr with the  win, followed by Chris Kellogg and Treven Tarr.
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Brian Sawatzki, (Sapphire Division) Treven Tarr (Emerald Division), and Scott Rupert (Ruby Division) picked up feature wins in the Road Runner Class.  The Divisions were once again relined to maximize the competition using qualifying times as benchmarks.

Saturday the late INSCA Winged Sprint Car Racing Series take to the track along with Late Model 4s and Street Stocks. Events start a start at 6pm.  General admission is $10 for adults; kids under six are free.

The wild, wacky, unpredictable action of Wednesday Night Fever continues every Wednesday at 6pm with the cars and superstars of the Road Runners, Fever  4’s, plus the wild and crazy Bump to Pass division. Adults are just $5.75; kids under the age of nine accompanied by adults are free.

For more information about Stateline Stadium Speedway including upcoming events, promotions and participant updates log onto www.raceidaho.com or contact the event hotline at 208-773-5019.

Stateline Stadium/Speedway
5/20/09 Results - Wednesday Night Fever
ROAD RUNNERS - RUBY CLASS
Fast Time - Blake Williams, 16.806. Trophy Dash — 1) Scott Rupert. Heat -
A)    Eric Harris; B) Tim Stoddard. Main - 1) S. Rupert; 2) Steve Mathers; 3)
Eric Harris; 4) Blake Williams; 5) Gerry Kay; 6) Steve Nelson; 7) Brendon
Tarr 8) Nathan Seward; 9) Buck Miller; 10) Lance Morehouse.
ROAD RUNNERS - SAPPHIRE CLASS
Fast Time – Derrick Almy, 18.496Trophy Dash — 1) Kelly Wilson. Heat - A)
John Richardson B) Brian Sawatzki . Main - 1) Brian Sawatzki; 2) William
Foster; 3) Derek Almy; 4) Kelly Wilson; 5) Thomas Husk; 6) Jason Thomas; 7) Leo
Kincaid; 8) Buster Dunkle; 9) Lesley Runkle;10) Dale Hegel.
ROAD RUNNERS - EMERALD CLASS
Fast Time - Tim Benn, 16.576. Trophy Dash — 1) Treven Tarr. Heat - A)
Treven Tarr; B) Ron Adams Sr.. Main - 1) Treven Tarr; 2) Tim Benn; 3) Ron
Hunter/Ross Cooper; 4) Derek Colarusso; 5) Kevin Harris Sr.; 6) Garret Rupert; 7)
Bill Sekerman 8) Harry Hatton.; 9) Glenn Hawk;10)Rick Manzer.
FEVER 4’s
Fast Time - Rich Hatton, 15.380. Trophy Dash ) Brycen Tarr. Heat - A)
Mel Auckerman; B) Chris Kellogg. Main - 1) Brycen Tarr; 2) Chris Kellogg
R.; 3)Treven Tarr ; 4) Rich Hatton 5) Justin Lovett; 6) Bruce Garber ; 7) KC
Garber; 8) Cameron Kellogg; 9) Tom Plybon ; 10) Matt Schoen.

BUMP TO PASS
Fast Time - Joel Schrader, 17.241. Trophy Dash - 1) Noah Hamlin Heat - 1)
Schrader. Main - 1) Schrader; 2) Aaron Stein; 3) Henry Blankenbaker; 4) Len
Clother; 5) John Hollingsworth; 6) Noah Hamlin; 7) Jody Duncan; 8) Laurie
Huck.


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