Haudenschild, King, Dickson and Gardner victorious at NAPA Auto Parts Wayne County Speedway
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Haudenschild, King, Dickson and Gardner victorious at NAPA Auto Parts Wayne County Speedway
By Ryan Pearson
Orrville, Ohio- NAPA Auto Parts Wayne County Speedway opened the gates and treated fans to a night of exciting of side by side racing in all division. The racing was sponsored by Rays Garage of Creston, Ohio.
In the Fisher Performance 410 Sprints two good friends Danny Mumaw and Sheldon Haudenschild lead the field to the green flag. On the opening lap Mumaw jumped out to the early lead. It was short lived as Haudenschild flew around the Mumaw on the high side to power to the point. On lap two the caution flew for Mitch Harble, Ed Neumeister and Bryce Dickson getting together I n turn two. Neumeister and Harble retired for the night with mechanical issues. The racing resumed and Haudenschild extended his lead over Mumaw, Rob Chaney, Chris Myers and Cole Duncan. On lap six Haudenschild setting a blistering pace caught the back markers and jockeyed lapped traffic. Mumaw closed the gap on the leader as they maneuvered lapped traffic. Chaney retired with mechanical issues as he was running third, handing it over to Myers. Haudenschild still lead but Mumaw closed the gap and caught the leader. On lap twenty one Mumaw closed in the leader as he entered turn two Mumaw spun 360 degrees and held onto to second place. In the closing laps Cole Duncan caught Myers and kept pressuring him for third place. At the checker flag it was Haudenschild coming home the winner. He was followed by Mumaw, Myers, Duncan and Andrew Palker. Winning heat races were Chaney, Duncan and Haudenschild. Winning the B-Main was Duffy Smith.
In the Lias Tire Super Late Models Shane McLoughlin and Ryan Markham lead the field to the green flag. McLoughlin powered to the point to take the lead over Markham and Charlie Duncan. With McLoughlin pulling a five car advantage Duncan began pressuring Markham for second. On lap seven seventh starting Russ King moved around Cory Conley to snag the fourth position. McLoughlin still lead but the eyes were on King as he caught Duncan and Markham and powered past them on the highside on lap ten. King looking like he was shot out of a rocket with a great run off turn two caught McLoughlin and crossed back under and dove under McLoughlin to take the lead. McLoughlin held off a charging Markham as the laps clicked away. Door to door McLoughlin and Markham battled for second with Markham using the high side and McLoughlin down low. Conley stepped up the pressure and battled for fourth with Duncan. On lap nineteen the caution flew for Dave Hornikle. The caution erased the lead King held over McLoughlin and on the restart McLoughlin dove under King to try to take the lead. King jumped back out ahead of McLoughlin and left him to battle with Markham for second. At the finish line it was King, McLoughlin, Markham, Duncan and Conley. It was Kings second win of the 2012 season at NAPA Auto Parts WCS. Duncan, King, McLoughlin and Conley won heat races and Thomas Baker won the B-Main.
In the Bremenour Electric Modifieds Travis Dickson and Kevin Morehouse paced the field to the green flag. At the drop of the green flag it became a family affair as father Mark Dickson pulled along the high side to battle his son Travis for the lead. On the fourth lap the Mark nipped Travis Dickson to lead as the cars cross the start finish line. Travis using the inside line battled back to pressure Mark for the lead. As the father son combo battled for the lead, Morehouse stalked the leaders’ three car lengths back. Lap after lap the front two raced side by side not giving an inch to each other. On lap seven the caution flew for Jon Sluka who spun out. Travis Dickson held the lead but on the restart but Mark moved back to the high side of his son to try to take the lead. Travis Dickson holds the position but he had his hands full with father Mark. On lap fifteen the 2012 Bremenour Electric Modified point leader Norm Aronhalt moved into the fourth position and began pressuring Morehouse for third. Eyes returned to the point as Mark Dickson battled side by side with son Travis Dickson and on lap seventeen took the lead at the line. The lead was short lived as on lap eighteen Travis Dickson fought back and regained the lead using the low line. With the white flag in hand Mark Dickson powered past Travis Dickson but Travis wasn’t giving up. The checkered flag dropped on the Bremenour Electric Modifieds at the finish line it was the elder Mark Dickson coming home the winner just ahead of son Travis Dickson, Morehouse, Aronhalt and Darrick Hubbard. Travis Dickson and Morehouse won heat races.
In the Thrifty Discount Muffler Pure Stocks Brandon Gardner jumped out to the early lead just ahead of Jeremy Lynch and Jeremy Dickerson. During the early stages Gardner withstood and onslaught of cautions to hold the point. On lap seven the battle for the lead turned into a three car battle as Gardner, Dickerson and Lynch raced three wide. The leaders setting a blistering pace caught lapped traffic on lap nine. Things got dicey as the Gardner and Dickerson split lapped traffic with Gardner diving low and Dickerson moving around traffic on the high side. That move allowed Dickerson to wrestle the lead away from Gardner. On lap eleven Gardner passed Dickerson to take back the lead but the caution flag flew and the field had to reset to the last completed lap giving the lead back to Dickerson. When the racing resumed Gardner powered passed Dickerson to take the lead. Lynch wanting a piece of the action began looking under Dickerson and took second place away from Dickerson. Lynch trying to catch the leader was unable to as Dickerson battled back to fight for the second place spot. Taking the win was Gardner just ahead of Dickerson, Lynch, Josh Miller and Tony Cline. Dickerson, Lynch and Gary Hoopingarner won heat races.
For additional information contact Jason or Kristin Flory at: 330-465-2365, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. For news, updates and schedule visit the Wayne County Speedway website at www.waynecountyspeedway.com. Wayne County Speedway is located nine miles east of Wooster, or 15 miles west of Massillon on US Rt. 30, then one mile north on Carr Road.
Fisher Performance 410 Sprints: (23 Cars)
1. Rob Chaney 2. Chris Myers 3. Andrew Palker 4. Ed Neiumister 5. Alec Martin 6. Duffy Smith 7. Nick Patterson (33) 8. Bill Ault
1. Cole Duncan 2. Broc Martin 3. Mitch Harble 4. Shaun Hubler 5. Jordan Harble 6. Jerrod Feller 7. Matt Warner 8. Jason Dolick
1. Sheldon Haudenschild 2. Danny Mumaw 3. Jamie Myers 4. Bryce Dickson 5. Bob Lime 6. Nick Patterson (23) 7. Chris Smith
1. Duffy Smith 2. Jason Dolick 3. Nick Patterson (33) 4. Nick Patterson (23) 5. Chris Smith 6. Jerrod Feller 7. Bill Ault
1. Sheldon Haudenschild 2. Danny Mumaw 3. Chris Myers 4. Cole Dunan 5. Andrew Palker 6. Broc Martin 7. Shawn Hubler 8. Duffy Smith 9. Jamie Myers 10. Bob Lime 11. Nick Patterson 12. Alec Martin 13. Rob Chaney 14. Nick Patterson 15. Bryce Dickson 16. Chris Smith 17. Jordan Harble 18. Jason Dolick 19. Mitch Harble 20. Ed Neumister
Lias Tire Super Late Models: (27 Cars)
1. Cory Conley 2. JR Gentry 3. Rick Bond 4. DJ Cline 5. Thomas Baker 6. Randy Pollock 7. Larry Baldwin
1. Shane McLoughlin 2. Ryan Markham 3. Ernie Haynes 4. Don Conley 5. Chester Elliot 6. Blaine Aber 7. George Lee
1. Charlie Duncan 2. Dave Hornikle 3. Eric Myers 4. Kyle Bates 5. Travis Mensching 6. Hiram Bachman 7. Damon Haught
1. Russ King 2. David Liles 3. Weston Huchinson 4. Mark Gardiner 5. Alan Baker 6. Larry Bellman 7. Jason Skelly
1. Thomas Baker 2. Alan Baker 3. George Lee 4. Travis Mensching 5. Randy Pollock 6. Larry Baldwin 7. Larry Bellman 8. Blaine Aber 9. Hiram Bachman 10. Damon Haught 11. Chester Elliot 12. Jason Skelly
1. Russ King 2. Shane McLoughlin 3. Ryan Markham 4. Charlie Duncan 5. Cory Conley 6. Eric Myers 7. JR Gentry 8. George Lee 9. Wes Hutchison 10. David Liles 11. DJ Cline 12. Kyle Bates 13. Rick Bond 14. Ernie Haynes 15. Travis Mensching 16. Dave Hornickle 17. Alan Baker 18. Don Conley 19. Mark Gardiner 20. Thomas Baker
Bremenour Electric Modifieds (15 Cars)
1. Travis Dickson 2. Mark Dickson 3. Bruce Miller 4. Jim Nicely 5. Brock Moskey 6. Jon Sluka DNS: Nathon Loney
1. Kevin Morehouse 2. Norm Aronhalt 3. Darrick Hubbard 4. Larry Kugel 5. Sid Danals 6. Josh Morrow
1. Mark Dickson 2. Travis Dickson 3. Kevin Morehouse 4. Norm Aronhalt 5. Darrick Hubbard 6. Josh Morrow 7. Jim Nicely 8. Sid Danials 9. Jon Sluka 10. Dave Bodkins 11. Brock Moskey 12. Bruce Miller 13. Larry Kugel
Thrifty Discount Muffler Pure Stocks (25 Cars) Heat #1
1. Jeremy Dickerson 2. Brandon Gardner 3. Josh Miller 4. Roger Drouhard 5. Gary McGregor 6. Gary Hensel DNS: Tyler Nicely, Jon Preston
1. Jeremy Lynch 2. Todd Werntz 3. Brandon Craver 4. Chase Alexander 5. Paul Holmes 6. Jamie Gibbs DNS: Chris Gibbs
1. Gary Hoopingarner 2. Tony Cline 3. Shaun Cains 4. Todd Gallion 5. Dennis Amstutz 6. Howard Spect 7. Butch Butcher 8. Don Baney Jr
1. Brandon Gardner 2. Jeremy Dickerson 3. Jeremy Lynch 4. Josh Miller 5. Tony Cline 6. Brandon Craver 7. Chase Alexander 8. Shaun Cains 9. Dennis Amstutz 10. Don Baney 11. Todd Gallion 12. Victor Bunt 13. Howard Spect 14. Jamie Gibbs 15. Gary Hoopingarner 16. Todd Werntz 17. Gary McGregor 18. Gary Hensel 19. Roger Drouhard 20. Paul Holmes