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Kenny Wallace, Dave Armstrong, Joel Ortberg & Joshua Hawkins take wins at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55

24 entries DIRTCAR UMP MODIFIEDS A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 36W-Kenny Wallace[3]; 2. 10X-Jim Black[5]; 3. 4T-Jacob Trebilcock[6]; 4. 88-Cody Thornhill[11]; 5. 17V-Mike Vanderiet Jr[17]; 6. J82-Treb Jacoby[19]; 7. 327-Chuck Goodman[14]; 8. 21D-Randy Dickman[24]; 9. 4G-Paul Schrempf Jr[21]; 10. 8Z-John Leahy[15]; 11. 6-Troy Carter[18]; 12. 85-Kurt Prinster[16]; 13. 24S-Jacob Steinkoenig[10]; 14. 14-Rick Conoyer[7]; 15. 21R-Ronnie Slade[20]; 16. 18-Jerry Thompson[8]; 17. 71S-Dakota Smith[13]; 18. 117-Mark Enk[12]; 19. 18T-Brent Thompson[1]; 20. 333-Carl Finder Jr[22]; 21. 1D-Dean Hoffman[2]; 22. 9-Chad Cornett[23]; 23. 28C-Mike Crostic[9]; 24. 82Q-Cole Queathem[4] Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 82Q-Cole Queathem[1]; 2. 10X-Jim Black[3]; 3. 88-Cody Thornhill[2]; 4. 18-Jerry Thompson[6]; 5. 8Z-John Leahy[7]; 6. 85-Kurt Prinster[8]; 7. 4G-Paul Schrempf Jr[4]; 8. 9-Chad Cornett[5] Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 18T-Brent Thompson[4]; 2. 4T-Jacob Trebilcock[3]; 3. 117-Mark Enk[2]; 4. 71S-Dakota Smith[5]; 5. 28C-Mike Crostic[8]; 6. 6-Troy Carter[1]; 7. J82-Treb Jacoby[6]; 8. 333-Carl Finder Jr[7] Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 1D-Dean Hoffman[3]; …

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Michael Kloos, Danny Ems, Billy Smith, Lee Stuppy & Joshua Hawkins take wins at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55

August 28, 2021 19 entries DIRTCAR LATE MODELS A Feature 1 (25 Laps): 1. 6K-Michael Kloos[1]; 2. 52-Matt Bailey[8]; 3. 1X-Aaron Marrant[2]; 4. 16G-Rusty Griffaw[11]; 5. 10J-Jordan Bauer[10]; 6. 2J-David Jumper[19]; 7. 4-Jason Suhre[7]; 8. 30-Mark Voigt[9]; 9. 87-Jason Zobrist[15]; 10. 26-Matt Zimmerly[5]; 11. 78-Chad Zobrist[6]; 12. 11K-Shannon Kuhn[16]; 13. 26M-Brent McKinnon[3]; 14. 7-Brian Wolfmeier[13]; 15. 2-Charlie Cole[4]; 16. 4D-Doug Tye[18]; 17. 16W-Tony Wolf[17]; 18. 1H-Josh Heuiser[12]; 19. (DNS) 112-Tim Ratajczyk Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 1X-Aaron Marrant[2]; 2. 26-Matt Zimmerly[1]; 3. 30-Mark Voigt[3]; 4. 16G-Rusty Griffaw[5]; 5. 1H-Josh Heuiser[7]; 6. 4D-Doug Tye[4]; 7. 2J-David Jumper[6] Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 26M-Brent McKinnon[2]; 2. 2-Charlie Cole[3]; 3. 4-Jason Suhre[4]; 4. 7-Brian Wolfmeier[1]; 5. 112-Tim Ratajczyk[5]; 6. 11K-Shannon Kuhn[6] Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 6K-Michael Kloos[4]; 2. 78-Chad Zobrist[1]; 3. 10J-Jordan Bauer[3]; 4. 52-Matt Bailey[6]; 5. 87-Jason Zobrist[2]; 6. 16W-Tony Wolf[5] 24 entries DIRTCAR UMP MODIFIEDS A Feature 1 (20 Laps): …

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Rick Conoyer, Dave Armstrong, Lee Stuppy, Joel Ortberg and Josh Hawkins take wins at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55

August 21, 2021 17 entries DIRTCAR UMP MODIFIEDS A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 14C-Rick Conoyer[3]; 2. 1D-Dean Hoffman[2]; 3. J82-Treb Jacoby[1]; 4. 23-Dylan Sharp[6]; 5. 82Q-Cole Queathem[4]; 6. 88-Chris Bolyard[5]; 7. 19C-Jimmy Cummins[12]; 8. 4G-Paul Schrempf Jr[10]; 9. 4T-Jacob Trebilcock[7]; 10. 21D-Randy Dickman[9]; 11. 44-Rich Lentz[14]; 12. 28C-Mike Crostic[11]; 13. 14-Mike Jessup[17]; 14. 13-Donovan Hutchinson[13]; 15. 85-Kurt Prinster[15]; 16. (DNS) 36E-Dan Ems; 17. (DNS) 15-William Hicks Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. J82-Treb Jacoby[4]; 2. 14C-Rick Conoyer[3]; 3. 21D-Randy Dickman[2]; 4. 4G-Paul Schrempf Jr[5]; 5. 88-Chris Bolyard[9]; 6. 19C-Jimmy Cummins[6]; 7. 13-Donovan Hutchinson[7]; 8. 15-William Hicks[1]; 9. (DNS) 14-Mike Jessup Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 1D-Dean Hoffman[1]; 2. 82Q-Cole Queathem[2]; 3. 36E-Dan Ems[3]; 4. 23-Dylan Sharp[6]; 5. 4T-Jacob Trebilcock[8]; 6. 28C-Mike Crostic[7]; 7. 44-Rich Lentz[5]; 8. 85-Kurt Prinster[4] 23 entries DIRTCAR PRO MODIFIEDS A Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 25A-Dave Armstrong[4]; 2. 57E-Earl Pryor[3]; 3. 1-Shane Blair[6]; 4. 5S-Owen Steinkoenig[23]; …

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Bobby Pierce grabs Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 Summer Nationals victory!

HELD ‘EM OFF: Pierce Defends Lead from Sheppard at I-55 to Win 12th of Season Martin speaks after early incident while leading, Feger 15th-sixth PEVELY, MO – Aug. 14, 2021 – Bobby Pierce has conquered many of DIRTcar’s most historic venues across the Midwest over his young career, but one track had continuously excluded him from Summer Nationals Victory Lane. Saturday night at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55, the three-time Hell Tour champion finally checked the third-mile, high-banked oval off of his list with a victory in the 40-lap Feature event, worth $10,000 and his 39th career victory with the tour. For as many times he’s raced I-55 with the Summer Nationals but never won, some might think he’d dread coming to the place every year. But in reality, it’s one of his favorites. “This is definitely one of the top-three of my favorite tracks, if not, my favorite,” …

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Brandon Bollinger gets first ever Summit Modified Nationals win at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55

HOLY HIGHSIDE: Bollinger Wins First Career Summit Modified Feature in Thriller at I-55 August  14, 2021 – Drivers never forget their first time in Victory Lane. UMP Modified rookie Brandon Bollinger made his first trip a memorable one Saturday night, putting on a stellar show in the final laps with Will Krup to score his first career DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals victory. “It feels good to be able to run with Will Krup and Mike Harrison and my buddy Hunt Gossum all up there,” Bollinger said. “I’m still speechless from it.” As were most of the fans in the grandstands at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55, who watched Bollinger make a stellar move for the lead on a restart in the closing laps. After Mike Harrison brought out the caution with just four laps remaining for a flat RF tire while running second, the field was restacked, …

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Billy Smith wins Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 DIRTcar Pro Mods!

August 14, 2021 32 entries DIRTCAR PRO MODIFIEDS A Feature 1 (15 Laps): 1. 14-Billy Smith[3]; 2. 5S-Owen Steinkoenig[2]; 3. 57E-Earl Pryor[4]; 4. 58R-Ryan Hamilton[14]; 5. 57H-Trey Harris[6]; 6. 67-Austin Seets[19]; 7. 444-Logan Dockery[9]; 8. 15G-Tommy Gaither[10]; 9. 1-Chris Boyd[11]; 10. 52J-Andrew Johns[15]; 11. 19*-Josh Bauer[21]; 12. 17C-AJ Cline[20]; 13. 39-Kyle Wilde[12]; 14. 29-Aaron Darby[18]; 15. 7G-John Stanton[22]; 16. 52-Joe Rudy[8]; 17. 25-Tim Stadler[24]; 18. 88J-Joshua Dolenz[5]; 19. 25A-Dave Armstrong[7]; 20. 26S-Paulie Schrempf[23]; 21. 23-Darron Forrest[1]; 22. 17E-Matthew Edler[17]; 23. 3-Brian Vinson[16]; 24. 75-Tyler Stadler[13] B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 67-Austin Seets[5]; 2. 17C-AJ Cline[2]; 3. 19*-Josh Bauer[9]; 4. 7G-John Stanton[1]; 5. 26S-Paulie Schrempf[3]; 6. 25-Tim Stadler[11]; 7. 74-James Hileman[8]; 8. 57M-Brandon Menke[4]; 9. 70-Mark Crady[12]; 10. 45-David Hawkins[6]; 11. F15-Randy Haffer[13]; 12. 360-John Seets III[10]; 13. 16H-Jim Hearty[14]; 14. (DNS) 2W-Jason Walsh Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 88J-Joshua Dolenz[2]; 2. 23-Darron Forrest[6]; 3. 39-Kyle Wilde[3]; 4. 444-Logan Dockery[7]; …

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Record Crowd Witnesses Haudenschild Win Ironman 55 in Thrilling Fashion

IRONMAN ICON: Sheldon Haudenschild Survives Hectic Battle for Second Title at I-55 Seven Lead Changes Among Three Drivers in Intense $20,000/Win Feature PEVELY, MO – August 7, 2021 – As time marches on, Sheldon Haudenschild’s legacy at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 only grows. On Saturday night, the Wooster, OH native wrote his newest chapter by topping an electrifying 55-lap Feature that included a whopping seven official lead changes. His second Ironman 55 title puts him in rarified air with Craig Dollansky and Rico Abreu as the only multi-time winners in event history. Compared to his 2019 beatdown of the field when he lapped up to fifth, this score came in a much more trying fashion. After starting fourth, the NOS Energy Drink #17 didn’t make it to the lead until Lap 21 and lost it on two occasions before securing it for good on Lap 44. The $20,000 …

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Brent Crews Sweeps the Weekend at I-55

Pevely, MO. (08/7/2021) The Thirteen-year-old Brent Crews of Denver, North Carolina sweeps the weekend at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 for the Iron Man 55. The youngster took Auto Meter Heat Race No. 3 win, and earned himself the Max Papis Innovations High Point Man awards to set himself up on the front row of the 30-lap main event.   On the opening lap, Brent Crews immediately took command. With only seven laps complete the yellow flag was displayed for four cars piled up on the front stretch. Ryan Timms, Emilio Hoover, Shannon McQueen, and Sam Johnson all were involved. Returning to racing, Crews checked out as Tanner Berryhill worked to keep up in the second spot.   The leader, Crews remained the only car to venture to the top side as all other 25 Lucas Oil POWRi National & West Midget drivers found themselves on the bottom of …

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Haudenschild Muscles to Third I-55 Win in Dominating Fashion

PEVELY PRO: Sheldon Haudenschild Adds to I-55 Dominance on Night Before the Ironman NOS Energy Drink #17 Chases Second Ironman 55 Title on Saturday Night PEVELY, MO – August 6, 2021 – It’s like poetry in motion watching Sheldon Haudenschild attack Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 like his life depends on it. Whereas his father Jac Haudenschild rose to fame during “The Wild Child” days at Eldora Speedway, young Sheldon has created his own version of must-see-TV when he takes the NOS Energy Drink, Stenhouse Jr. Marshall Racing #17 to Pevely, MO. At 27-years-old, with 354 World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Features under his belt, no track has consistently offered more highlights or more victory lane trips for Haudenschild than the I-55 bullring. He’s a 20-time winner with The Greatest Show on Dirt, yet the only facility he’s conquered on multiple occasions remains I-55. The numbers speak for themselves, but the tape …

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Brent Crews Steals Night One at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55

Pevely, MO. (08/06/2021) The Denver, North Carolina Native Brent Crews steals a spectacular win on night No. one at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 with the Lucas Oil POWRi National & West Midget Leagues. Crews claimed his second career, and Lucas Oil POWRi Midget victory of the 2021 season. Crews carries great momentum into tomorrow night’s event back at the raceway.   Ryan Timms and Rico Abreu set the pace on the front row for the 30-lap main event. At the drop of the green flag, Timms got off to an early lead but fourth place starter, Crews was on his tail. Timms, Abreu, and Crews all fought for positions on the top side, while Crews took over the lead on lap three. Abreu and Timms both tried to claim second but Timms prevailed.   Eleven laps in the books and Crews began to hit lapped traffic. Slower cars …

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