In the Fisher Performance 410 Sprint division it was Port Vue Pennsylvania Pete Miller III who jumped to the early lead. On lap four, Jason Dolick jumped the cushion in turn one and flipped, bringing out the red flag. Miller held onto the lead when the racing resumed, but the red flag was displayed again when Aaron Fry, who attempted to miss two cars who spun and were blocking the track, jumped the cushion and climbed the wall and flipped. Once the green flag flew, Miller took the point and held the lead. Wooster’s Broc Martin began charging to the front as he passed Andrew Palker and closed in on Miller. Martin began stalking Miller and slipped past him to take the lead. Sixth starting Rob Chaney blew past Miller and Cole Duncan and on lap 17 caught Martin as the cars were in lapped traffic. As Martin, who was leading, took the low line, he was blocked by a lapped car, thus allowing Chaney on the high side to slip around and take the lead. Duncan, who began charging to the front, also passed Martin for second and tried to catch Chaney. It was too little too late as the checkers flew for Chaney, who took his second win of the season. He was followed by Duncan, Martin, Aaron Middaugh and Miller. Palker, Chaney and Danny Mumaw won heats.
In the Lias Tire Super Late Models it was Shane McLoughlin who pulled out to the point ahead of Doug Drown and Russ King. On the opening lap, King powered past Drown to take second and dove under McLoughlin to take the lead. As the cars were in turn three and four, contact ensued between King and McLoughlin, which allowed Drown to blast past them both to take the lead. King was able to pull away from McLoughlin for second place and got into a rhythm as he chased down Drown. George Lee jumped up to third place and began applying heavy pressure to King for second place. On lap 11, Lee wheeled into the pits with mechanical issues. On lap 18, King entered turn one on the outside and overtook the lead and never looked back. At the finish line it was King followed by Drown. McLoughlin, who fell back to seventh, worked his way back up to the third place finish. Wayne Maffet Jr. and 11th starting JR Gentry. King, Lee and McLoughlin won heat races.
In the Bremenour Electric Modifieds it was Jesse Wisecarver who took the early lead. On lap three, the caution flew as second place Norm Aronhalt hit and spun Wisecarver. Aronhalt then retired to the pits as it was brake failure that caused him to hit Wisecarver. That moved Travis Dickson to second, Mark Dickson to third and Anthony Kinkade to fourth. Kinkade looked like he was shot out of a cannon as he flew past both Dicksons and began pressuring Wisecarver. On lap 12, Kinkade passed Wisecarver to take the lead. On lap 15, the caution flew as the leader, Kinkade, came to a stop on the racetrack with mechanical issues. This handed the lead back to Wisecarver. At the checkered flag, Wisecarver took the win ahead of Travis Dickson, Mark Dickson, Sid Danals and Tanner Wilson. Winning heats were Kinkade, Travis Dickson and Jess Hartman.
In the Thrifty Discount Muffler Pure Stocks it was Kyle Dickinson who took the early lead ahead of Justin Patterson, Jeremy Dickerson, Shaun Cains and Gary Hoopingarner. On lap five, Dickerson struck the guardrail, bringing out the caution as he was running third. When racing resumed, ninth starting Don Baney flew past Cains and Hoopingarner to jump to third place. He attempted to catch the leaders, but it just wasn’t enough. As the checkered waved it was Dickinson taking home the win in commanding fashion. He was followed by Patterson, Baney, Hoopingarner, Gary Hensel and Cains. Dickerson, Dickinson and Patterson won heat races.
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Fisher Performance 410 Sprints (20 cars)
Heat #1: 1. Andrew Palker 2. Pete Miller 3. Cole Duncan 4. Aaron Middaugh 5. Jamie Myers 6. Jason Dolick
Heat #2: 1. Rob Chaney 2. Broc Martin 3. Bryce Dickson 4. Chris Myers 5. Kirk Jefferies 6. Nick Patterson (23) 7. Rick Lutz
Heat #3: 1. Danny Mumaw 2. Ryan Myers 3. Wes McGlumphy 4. Shawn Hubler 5. Ricky Ferkel 6. Aaron Fry
Feature: 1. Rob Chaney 2. Cole Duncan 3. Broc Martin 4. Aaron Middaugh 5. Pete Miller 6. Chris Myers 7. Danny Mumaw 8. Bryce Dickson 9. Andrew Palker 10. Jamie Myers 11. Shawn Hubler 12. Ricky Ferkel 13. Mitch Harble 14. Nick Patterson 15. Wes McGlumphy 16. Kirk Jefferies 17. Ryan Myers 18. Rick Lutz 19. Aaron Fry 20. Jason Dolick
Lias Tire Super Late Models
Heat #1: 1. Russ King 2. Doug Drown 3. Wayne Maffet Jr. 4. Hiram Bachman 5. Doug Kenworthy 6. Damon Haught 7. Travis Mensching
Heat #2: 1. George Lee 2. Ryan Markham 3. Alan Baker 4. JR Gentry 5. Blaine Aber 6. Keith Tish DNS: Jason Skelly
Heat #3: 1. Shane McLoughlin 2. Chester Elliot 3. Mark Gardiner 4. Jesse Wisecarver 5. Don Conley 6. Larry Bellman 7. George Delaney
Feature: 1. Russ King 2. Doug Drown 3. Shane McLoughlin 4. Wayne Maffet Jr. 5. JR Gentry 6. Alan Baker 7. Ryan Markham 8. Jesse Wisecarver 9. Blaine Aber 10. Larry Bellman 11. Hiram Bachman 12. Don Conley 13. Damon Haught 14. Keith Tish 15. Jason Skelly 16. Mark Gardiner 17. George Delaney 18. George Lee 19. Chester Elliot 20. Travis Mensching 21. Doug Kenworthy
Bremenour Electric Modifieds
Heat #1: 1. Anthony Kinkade 2. Mark Dickson 3. Dave Bodkins 4. Sid Danals 5. Jimmy Smith 6. Rory Reed 7. Bob Myers
Heat #2: 1. Travis Dickson 2. Jesse Wisecarver 3. Darrick Hubbard 4. Jim Plance 5. Jim Nicely 6. Lance Elson
Heat #3: 1. Jess Hartman 2. Norm Aronhalt 3. Nathon Loney 4. Denny Benjamin 5. Mark Pouge 6. Tanner Wilson
Feature: 1. Jesse Wisecarver 2. Travis Dickson 3. Mark Dickson 4. Sid Danals 5. Tanner Wilson 6. Jess Hartman 7. Darrick Hubbard 8. Jimmy Smith 9. Nathon Loney 10. Jim Plance 11. Mark Pouge 12. Bob Myers 13. Anthony Kinkade 14. Denny Benjamin 15. Rory Reed 16. Norm Aronhalt 17. Dave Bodkins 18. Jim Nicely DNS: Lance Elson
Thrifty Discount Muffler Pure Stocks
Heat #1: 1. Jeremy Dickerson 2. Brandon Gardner 3. Todd Gallion 4. Butch Butcher 5. Tyler Nicely 6. Josh Miller 7. Eddie Rose Jr.
Heat #2: 1. Kyle Dickinson 2. Shaun Cains 3. Roger Drouhard 4. Paul Whitten 5. Jamie Gibbs 6. John Sutherland DNS: Chase Alexander
Heat #3: 1. Justin Patterson 2. Gary Hoopingarner 3. Don Baney 4. Brandon Craver 5. Dennis Amstutz 6. Gary Hensel 7. Rich Frame
Feature: 1. Kyle Dickinson 2. Justin Patterson 3. Don Baney 4. Gary Hoopingarner 5. Gary Hensel 6. Shaun Cains 7. Roger Drouhard 8. Brandon Craver 9. Jeremy Dickerson 10. Todd Gallion 11. Butch Butcher 12. Eddie Rose Jr. 13. Brandon Gardner 14. Jamie Gibbs 15. Paul Whitten 16. Tyler Nicely DNS: Dennis Amstutz, Josh Miller, John Sutherland, Rich Frame and Chase Alexander.
Published: July 26, 2012