Keeping Pace

Stateline Speedway Crowns Three Main Event Winners

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Kip Elliott, Joel Schrader and Rich Hatton showed their race cars are prepared for a strong season at Stateline Speedway after picking main event victories to kick off the Post Fall's facilities Saturday night program.

Courtesy: Joe Doellefeld/Stateline Speedway

Colorfull, crisp new paint on many refurbished cars saw the hard work that the racers at Stateline Speedway put into their rides over the winter. The cloudy, windy conditions did not hamper the spirit of the racers or the fans that christened the first point’s race of the season. The Hobby stocks saw comptitive racing in all events, with Joel Schrader taking the win. The Street Stocks all piched in to help late ariving  Randy Laswell, who had a double duty Dad event, Baseball with his son, to make quailfing  and they produced a fun, exciting close action show for the fans, with Kip Elliott taking the win. The Fever Four funfest brought out many of the wenesday warriors, who put forth a fine display of talent with Past Champion Rich Hatton caputuring the win.

 

HOBBY STOCKS

Fast Time –16.269 John Vallone; Trophy Dash  A.T J Wallin; Heat - A) Gerald Nash; B) Dave Harrison:  Main - 1) Joel Schrader; 2) Billy Swift; 3) Gerald Nash; 4) Gary Hommel; 5) John Vallone; 6) Ryan White; 7) Will Markley.; 8) J C Ward; 9) Dave Harrison;10) Michael Berendes.


STREET STOCKS
Fast Time – 14.317 Kip Elliott Trophy Dash – Randy Lasswell Heat – Kip Elliott Main -1) Kip Elliott 2) Randy Lasswell; 3) Ned Pennington; 4) Allen Michel;

5) J C Ward...


FEVER 4's
Fast Time – Rich Hatton; 16.562. Trophy Dash ) Kahlen Koch; Heat - A) Rich Hatton ; Main - 1) Rich Hatton ; 2) Ericc Chaney; 3) Derek Almy; 4) Kahlen Koch; 5) Chris McIlveen; 6) Matt Schoen; 7) Steven Plesek; 8) Mel Auckerman.

 

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.




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