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Over 70 cars take part in Stateline’s Wednesday Night Thunder program

Stateline Speedway’s popular Wednesday Night Fever program had a great turnout as the weather has picked up and brought with new drivers and teams.


Courtesy: Stateline Speedway Media Relations

POST FALLS, IDAHO – May 27, 2009 – Stateline had lots of cars for Wednesday Night Fever. Over 44 Road Runners prepared for tonight’s action along with a field of 19 Fever Four cars and 9 Bump to Pass contenders.

Joel Schrader must be invincible as he 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. Leon Clother finished second followed by John Hollingsworth and  fouth place went to Aaron Stein.

The Fever Four race saw hard charging by all 19 drivers, with a few mishaps early on during heat races. A spinout  resulted in two other.poor souls getting “hooked” together, after tugging and a bucket of cold water they got untangled and went back to racing. The  podium  crowned Tom Plybon with the win, followed by Rich Hatton and Brycen Tarr.
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Joey Murfin, (Sapphire Division) Ron Hunter (Emerald Division), and Brenden Tarr (Ruby Division) picked up feature wins in the Road Runner Class. .

Saturday the  GARY MILLER 100 featuring THE NORTHWEST MODIFIEDS Racing Series take to the track along with Early Stocks and Hobby Cars. Events start a start at 6pm. General admission is $12 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
5/27/09 Results - Wednesday Night Fever
  

ROAD RUNNERS - RUBY CLASS
Fast Time - Scott Rupert, 16.962. Trophy Dash — 1) Brendon Tarr. Heat - A) Steve Mathers; B) Tom Harris. Main - 1) Brendon Tarr.; 2) Scott Rupert; 3) Tim Stoddard; 4) Steve Mathers 5) Eric Harris; 6) Nathan Seward; 7) Tom Harris 8) Scott Perry; 9) Garrett Rupert; 10) Brittney Rupert.

ROAD RUNNERS - SAPPHIRE CLASS
Fast Time – Joey Murfin, 18.103Trophy Dash — 1) Leslie Runkle Heat - A) Joey Murfin B) William Foster . Main - 1) Joey Murfin; 2) Jason Thomas; 3) William Foster; 4) Kelly Wilson; 5) Derek Almy; 6) Leo Kincaid ; 7) Jacob Schmidt; 8) Brian Sawatzki; 9) Gary Hanlan;10) Roy Hensley.

ROAD RUNNERS - EMERALD CLASS
Fast Time – Treven Tarr, 17.129. Trophy Dash — 1) Kevin Harris Sr.. Heat - A) Treven Tarr; B) Steve Murfin.. Main - 1) Ron Hunter; 2) Harry Hatton; 3) Tim Benn 4) Treven Tarr; 5) Derek Colaruso; 6) Shannon Benn; 7) Kevin Harris Sr.; 8Glen Hawk.; 9) Ben Hawk;10)Steve Shovaers..

FEVER 4’s
Fast Time – Trven Tarr 15.502. Trophy Dash ) Nathan Fleury. Heat - A) Treven Tarr B) Nathan Fleury. Main - 1) Tom Plybon 2) Rich Hatton R.; 3)Brycen Tarr ; 4) Bruce Garber 5) Chris Kellogg; 6) Les Billings (np) ; 7) K C Garber; 8) Matt Schoen; 9) Carmeron Kellogg ; 10) Jason Shoff.

BUMP TO PASS
Fast Time - Joel Schrader, 17.299. Trophy Dash - 1) Joel Schrader Heat - 1)
Schrader. Main - 1) Schrader; 2) Aaron Clother; 3) John Hollingsworth 4) Aaron Stein; 5) Henry Blankenbaker; 6) Noah Hamlin; 7) Monty Dotson; 8) Dave Johnson, 9) Yvonne Lifsey.


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