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Ephrata Raceway Park crowns six divisionsal champions

Mike Fought is the new 360 Sprint Champion. Bart Hector, Jr. added his name to the list of Mini Stock Champions and as important to the next in a long line of ERP Champions named Hector. Skyler Leseman is the Street Stock Champion. Dallas White is the Pure Stock Champion. Robert Kirk won the inaugural Super Stock Championship while Colton Fisher is the Youth Hornet division winner.


Courtesy: K. Hart, ERP Media Relations

Championship Night at Ephrata Raceway Park saw six new track champions add their names to the roster of previous titleholders. Mike Fought is the new 360 Sprint Champion. Bart Hector, Jr. added his name to the list of Mini Stock Champions and as important to the next in a long line of ERP Champions named Hector. Skyler Leseman is the Street Stock Champion. Dallas White is the Pure Stock Champion. Robert Kirk won the inaugural Super Stock Championship while Colton Fisher is the Youth Hornet division winner.
           
            Fastest during time trials were Fisher with a 17.505 for the Youth Hornets, White at 17.411 in the Pure Stocks, Leseman at 16.362 for the Street Stocks. Fought was the fastest 360 Sprint with a 13.262 clocking, Bart Hector, Sr. set a new track record in the Super Stocks with a 15.082 and Bart Hector, Jr. paced the Mini Stocks at 16.627.
 
            The Heat Race winners were Tyler Redin in the Youth Hornets, Derrick Kapalo and Terry McGraw in the Pure Stocks, Leseman with the Street Stocks, Bart Hector, Sr. in the Super Stocks, Doug Brown in the Mini Stocks and Joseph Smith in the 360 Sprints.
 
            Capping off their seasons by winning the Main Events were Fisher in the Youth Hornets, Eddie Razey getting his first win in the Mini Stocks, Leseman in the Street Stocks, Kapalo in the Pure Stocks, Bart Hector, Sr. won the Super Stock Main Event and Todd Lolkus was the 360 Sprint Car victor.
 
            The track will host two Moto Cross events for the motorcycles in the next few weeks, before a season ending PlayDay and Awards Event at the track on October 9th. Full details are on the track website, www.ephrataracewaypark.com .
 
RESULTS:
 
KIM JANKE STATE FARM AGENT YOUTH HORNETS
Fast time: Colton Fisher 17.505
Heat: Tyler Redin, Fisher, Kelly Olsick, Dylan Adamson, Chase Kirk
Main: Colton Fisher, Redin, Patrick Hector, Olsick, Adamson, Kirk, Mykkal Mulalley, Doug Brown, Jr., Isaac Villareal DNS
 
EPHRATA PIONEER MUFFLER 2 PURE STOCKS
Fast time: Dallas White 17.411
Heat 1: Derrick Kapalo, Mike Mulalley, Nathan Schell, Justin Dunagan
Heat 2: Terry McGraw, Bradd Arneson, Dallas White, Glenn Hector, Dustin Kapalo
Main: Derrick Kapalo, Arneson, Dallas White, Dustin Kapalo, Glenn Hector, McGraw, Mulalley, Schell, Dunagan, Jeremy Larsen DNS, Michael White DNS
 
SCHAEFFER’S OIL MINI STOCKS
Fast time: Bart Hector, Jr. 16.627
Heat: Doug Brown, Sr., Hector, Jr., Eddie Razey, Troy Lannoye, Sean Meyers
Main: Eddie Razey, Bart Hector, Jr., Jeremy Razey, Sid White, Lannoye, Tim Clark, Sean Meyers DNF, Doug Brown, Sr. DNF, Tim Clark DNS
 
PEPSI COLA SUPER STOCKS
Fast time: Bart Hector, Sr. (new track record) 15.082
Heat: Hector, Sr., David Macken, Robert Kirk
Main: Bart Hector, Sr., Macken, Kirk
 
PEPSI COLA STREET STOCKS
Fast time: Skyler Leseman 16.362
Heat: Leseman, Terry Osborne, Chris McCart, Justin Dunagan, Fred Moore
Main: Skyler Leseman, McCart, Moore, Osborne, Kyle Childress, Dunagan DNF
 
7-UP 360 Sprint Cars
Fast time: Mike Fought 13.262
Heat: Joseph Smith, Todd Lolkus, Adam Smith, Jatender Veenstra, Fought
Main: Todd Lolkus, Fought, Joseph Smith, Veestra, Tom Beierman, Adam Smith, Richard Black


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