Results Announced Following Season Championships

Following an incident at the end of the Miller Time Hornets Series feature on August 18th, an investigation took place regarding multiple participants’ actions and behavior. During this process, the feature results and series champion were not announced.

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Due to the unique circumstances on that night, the race did not resume and was declared finished by officials as allowed in the rules. Troy Scott was declared the winner of the feature event, earning his first victory of the season. After assessing the situation that unfolded, Hawkeye Downs Speedway officials reviewed the last completed lap before the incident and has also rewarded Dallas Chandler credit with the feature win.

 

Both Scott and Chandler will receive the same amount of points they would normally receive for a feature win. Derek Parrott, the next highest finisher, will receive points for a third-place finish. Full results can be found here.

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As a result, this gives Chandler a 2-point advantage in the standings over Parrott, and he will be the 2017 Miller Time Hornets Champion. The full points standings will be published online.

Results- August 18, 2017

(August 18th, 2017 by Caleb Slouha) A beautiful night capped off a wonderful season of racing as Friday night brought the season championship races, and fans were invited to party on the track after. There was a large turnout and the fans saw a great show.

The night started out with a “Hornets Carpetland ‘Floor-It’ Dash”. This race brought six hornets on track and it was Ethan Parrott who scored the victory.

Anderson Automotive Hobby Stocks driver Jeremy Floyd held off the always fast, Jim Hanson, to earn the first feature win of his career. Victory Lane was full of emotions as Floyd has been close a few times this year. Hanson later celebrated in the winner’s circle as the champion.

Next up was the Dublin City Pub Inex Legends Series. Fans witnessed the familiar sight of Minnesota’s Brady Rhode leading, but Sammy Smith stayed on the bumper and tried to pressure Rhode to give him room with no success. Meanwhile, Austin Slabaugh’s consistency paid off, winning him the championship in just his third year of racing.

There was plenty of contact to be made in the Miller Time Hornets Series. With a tight championship battle, and the final night for some drivers to get a victory, the field raced hard. Dallas Chandler found the front and was about to bring home the trophy when he was wrecked by lapped traffic on the final lap. After officials reviewed the incident, Chandler was given credit for the win and the championship. It was Troy Scott that went to victory lane for the feature win.

Cory Houdek spent much of his night, like his season, in victory lane. With 10 laps to go in the Mountain Dew Sportsmen Series, Houdek took the lead and keep it until the end. With a dominating performance this season, Houdek also won the season championship for the series.

Last on the night was the Performance Concepts Late Model Series. Griffin McGrath shot out of a cannon at the start of the feature and attempted to flee the field. Brody Willett on his return to the track partially ran him down but could not arrive any closer than a couple car lengths. McGrath would win his fourth feature of the year, Brian Gibson won the season championship once again.

 

RESULTS

MILLER TIME HORNETS

Floor-It Dash (6 laps):

1  72  Ethan Parrott
2  2  Stewart Hall
3  13  Rob Aimers
4  7  Michael Coulborn
5  28  Curt Gibbs
6  84  Elliott Vogel

FEATURE (15 laps):

1  44  Troy Scott
1*  3  Dallas Chandler
3  01  Derek Parrott
4  76  Lucas Foster
5  4  Kurt Bohnsack
6   2M  Drew Nickell
7   72  Ethan Parrott
8  84  Elliott Vogel
9  28  Curt Gibbs
10  2   Stewart Hall
11  13  Rob Aimers
DQ  14
 Tom Blum

*Given credit for win after feature


ANDERSON AUTOMOTIVE HOBBY STOCKS

FEATURE (20 laps):

1 12 Jeremy Floyd
2 07 Jim Hanson
3 88 Gerald Hall
4 41 Jasen Freeman
5 8 Braxton Franks
6 24 Logan Clausen
7 60 Jason Sherman
8 54 Dale Sherman
9 2 Matt Lacoursiere
10 11 Brian Bries
11 43 Quinn O’Brien
12 57 Malena Clement
13 5 Bryan Baxter
14 4 Kurt Bohnsack
15 1 Scott Siems
DNS  8K  Max Leonard

 


DUBLIN CITY PUB INEX LEGENDS

FEATURE (25 laps):

1 4 Brady Fox-Rhode
2 12 Sammy Smith
3 25 Cole O’Brien
4 6 Austin Slabaugh
5 3 Dave McCalla
6 26 Will McCully
7 77 Warren Ropp
8 52L Danny Lehmkuhl
9 16N Todd Ness
10  16 Mer Slabaugh
11  10 Mark Ironside
12  37 Gary Dyer
13  13 Stacy Olson
14  17 Sydney Henderson
15  9 John Ferden
16  74 Matt Fults
17  52 Kevin Korsmo

MOUNTAIN DEW SPORTSMEN
FEATURE (20 laps):

 

1  19  Cory Houdek
2  87  Drew Nickell
3  12  Brandon Herb
4  7  John Johnston
5  35  Greg Hentrich
6  54  CJ VanHorn
7  9  Dave Ballstaedt
8  11  Mike Mitchell
9  34  Allen Hanson

PERFORMANCE CONCEPTS LATE MODELS

FEATURE (25 laps):

1  64  Griffin McGrath
2  00  Brody Willett
3  17  Brian Gibson
4  71  Mark Greb
5  43  Scott Siems
6  76  Chad Siems
7  35  Greg Hentrich

Championship Night- August 18, 2017

Hawkeye Downs presents

Fan Appreciation Night & Season Championships

Championship Night

 

Friday August 18, 2017

 

 

Gates open at 6:00 pm

Races begin at 7:30 pm

 

Join us in celebrating our 2017 racing year. There will be plenty of action on and off the track. There will be plenty of prizes given away, as well as the opportunity to meet the drivers and get their autograph afterwards

For the first time, fans will be invited ON TRACK for a post race party to hangout, play games, watch the champions celebration, and MORE. You do not want to miss this

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night. This page will be updated as information becomes available. Questions? Please call 319-365-8656.

 

On tap:

Prize Give Aways

Driver Autographs & Trick or Treat

Post Race Party & Games

Champions Celebration

Carpetland USA  Floor It Dash

Miller Time Hornets

Anderson Automotive Hobby Stocks

Dublin City Pub Inex Legends

Mountain Dew Sportsman

Performance Concepts Late Models

 

RELEASE

Once again, it is time for season championships as has been done for over 90 years. The year seemed to pass quickly but there is still one more action-packed night of racing left. In all but one series the points remain close and could go several ways.

In an effort to connect with the fans after the races, there will be no heat races this Friday night. This means that drivers have only one chance to give it everything they have for the championship.

 

Following the features, fans will be invited out to the track to take part in a driver autograph session and games. They have the opportunity to win some prizes and watch the “Champions Celebration” on the stage.

 

The tightest points’ battle continues to be the Miller Time Hornets Series. Just two points separate Derek Parrott and Dallas Chandler after lapped traffic played a role in Parrott winning last week. The remaining drivers are too far out, and all eyes will be on these two for the final race of the season.

With a 48 point lead in the Anderson Automotive Hobby Stock Series, Jim Hanson has secured the championship. While the features continue to be close and exciting, Hanson always finds a way around the rest of the field, and has won 8 feature races heading into this week with nothing to lose.

Three drivers remain in the chase for the Dublin City Pub Inex Legends championship. Although it will be a tall order for Sammy Smith, who sits 8 points behind leader Austin Slabaugh, it is not an impossible challenge. The closer battle will be between Slabaugh and Dave McCalla, with only 4 points between the two.

After trouble in tech last week for Cory Houdek, the Mountain Dew Sportsmen title hopes for Greg Hentrich increased, but he will need more luck this week to pull it off. Six wins has given Houdek an 11 point advantage meaning it will take some sort of issue to knock him down. This is a possibility as Houdek as lady luck has not been the kindest the past few weeks, but there is no denying Houdek has a fast car.

 

In the Performance Concepts Late Models, Brian Gibson has pulled ahead slightly over Brad Osborn by just 5 points. With the smaller fields, it will be tough to make that up in just one race, but the battle has been close between Gibson and Osborn all season long. Though they are not in the championship fight, Griffin McGrath and Brody Willett could affect how everything plays

 

out. McGrath has been lightning fast the last couple weeks, and Willett expects to return to the track for the first time in two months and has two feature wins this year.

 

The action does not stop Friday night. There are plenty of events at Hawkeye Downs in the next couple months. Make sure to stay tuned on our website for bingo, motocross, trade shows, concerts, and other special events.

The pits open at 4:00 PM, gates at 6:00 PM and racing begins at 7:30 PM.

 

Hawkeye Downs will again be using RainedOut.com in 2017 to notify fans of weather related announcements for the speedway. Sign up at RainedOut.com to receive text or email alerts.

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Results- August 11th 2017

(August 11th, 2017 by Caleb Slouha) Yet another wild night of racing brought the championship battles even closer on Friday night, as we head into the final night of racing next week.Hawkeye Downs Speedway

The AIRS Vintage Cars were brought back for one final time this season due to demand from the fans. Hawkeye Downs “Wall of Fame” driver Johnny Spaw led the opening laps of the race, but Craig Stepanek chased him down. With 3 laps to go, the two caught lapped traffic and Stepanek went on the win his second feature of the year here at the Downs.

Tom Blum led the field to the green of the Miller Time Hornets feature and jumped ahead until Troy Scott took charge with 12 to go. Scott would command the field for the next 5 laps until the familiar “01” of Derek Parrott took the lead, but Dallas Chandler was right behind and took the lead 2 laps later. Chandler led the white flag lap, but lapped traffic stunted his run in turn 3, and Parrott went to victory lane.

There were no surprises in the Anderson Automotive Hobby Stocks, as Jim Hanson went to victory lane once again. Jeremy Floyd led much of the race, and looked like he may be able to run away with it until a caution with 9 to go bunched up the field. Floyd would get passed by Hanson and “Bubba” Hall by the checkered flag, but Hall would later get disqualified in post-race tech inspection.

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The battle remains tight between Austin Slabaugh and Dave McCalla in the Dublin City Pub Inex Legends, and almost saw a huge shift last night. With 18 to go, Slabaugh, Cole O’Brien, and Todd Ness made contact in turn 2. This resulted in Slabaugh having a flat tire and needing to go to the pits, and it was McCalla’s crew who stepped in to change his tire. Slabaugh would go on to finish 6th, and only lose 1 point to McCalla. Brady Rhode took the lead of the race with 8 to go to win his 6th feature of the year.

One of the craziest races of the year took place in the Mountain Dew Sportsmen. A restart with 8 to go meant it was “go time” for the drivers, and CJ VanHorn put the bumper to the leader Cory Houdek, which resulted in him spinning in front of the entire field. Almost every car made contact with another, but were able to continue. Drew Nickell received the most damage. Houdek would go on to hold off VanHorn, but failed tech after the race and giving credit for the win to VanHorn.

Making all the passes on the outside for the second week in a row, Griffin McGrath was hooked up to win his third feature of the year. It was no contest as he pulled away from Brian Gibson and Chad Walen. Gibson and Brad Osborn remain close in points heading into the final race.


AIRS VINTAGE CARS
HEAT:

1 70 Johnny Spaw
2 77 Craig Stepanek
3 15 Tim Arp
4 5 Brian Gade
5 42 Bruce Yoerger
6 501 Bart Miller
7 51 Scott Moffitt
8 71 Kevin Fauser
9 64 Robin Atkins

Feature (10 laps):

1 77 Craig Stepanek
2 70 Johnny Spaw
3 5 Brian Gade
4 15 Tim Arp
5 501 Bart Miller
6 51 Scott Moffitt
7 71 Kevin Fauser
8 42 Bruce Yoerger
9 64 Robin Atkins

MILLER TIME HORNETS
HEAT 1:

1 3 Dallas Chandler
2 76 Lucas Foster
3 44 Troy Scott
4 84 Elliott Vogel
5 2 Stewart Hall
6 7 Mike Coulborn

HEAT 2:

1 14 Tom Blum
2 01 Derek Parrott
3 28 Curt Gibbs
4 72 Ethan Parrott
5 13 Rob Aimers

FEATURE (15 laps):

1 01 Derek Parrott
2 44 Troy Scott
3 3 Dallas Chandler
4 76 Lucas Foster
5 14 Tom Blum
6 28 Curt Gibbs
7 72 Ethan Parrott
8 84 Elliott Vogel
9 2 Stewart Hall
10 13 Rob Aimers
11 7 Mike Coulborn

 

ANDERSON AUTOMOTIVE HOBBY STOCKS

HEAT 1:

1 5 Bryan Baxter
2 8 Braxton Franks
3 07 Jim Hanson
4 12 Jeremy Floyd
5 60 Jason Sherman
6 43 Quinn O’Brien

HEAT 2:

1 2 Matt Lacoursiere
2 54 Dale Sherman
3 41 Jasen Freeman
4 57C Corey Ogden
5 4 Kurt Bohnsack
6 11 Brian Bries
7 8K Max Leonard
8 24 Logan Clausen

FEATURE (20 laps):

1 07 Jim Hanson
2 12 Jeremy Floyd
3 4 Kurt Bohnsack
4 24 Logan Clausen
5 41 Jasen Freeman
6 5 Bryan Baxter
7 60 Jason Sherman
8 11 Brian Bries
9 8K Max Leonard
10 57C Corey Ogden
11 54 Dale Sherman
12 1 Scott Siems
13 8 Braxton Franks
14 43 Quinn O’Brien
15 2 Matt Lacoursiere
DQ 88 Gerald Hall

DUBLIN CITY PUB INEX LEGENDS

HEAT 1:

1 12 Sammy Smith
2 6 Austin Slabaugh
3 52 Kevin Korsmo
4 52L Danny Lehmkuhl
5 16 Mer Slabaugh
6 74 Matt Fults
7 37 Gary Dyer
8 95 Josh Carlson
9 59 Marrianne Selfridge

HEAT 2:

1 4 Brady Rhode
2 25 Cole O’Brien
3 3 Dave McCalla
4 17G Brian Gibson
5 77 Warren Ropp
6 16N Todd Ness
7 9 John Ferden
8 13 Stacy Olson

FEATURE (25 laps):

1 4 Brady Rhode
2 12 Sammy Smith
3 52 Kevin Korsmo
4 3 Dave McCalla
5 25 Cole O’Brien
6 6 Austin Slabaugh
7 17G Brian Gibson
8 77 Warren Ropp
9 52L Danny Lehmkuhl
10 16N Todd Ness
11 16 Mer Slabaugh
12 74 Matt Fults
13 9 John Ferden
14 37 Gary Dyer
15 95 Josh Carlson
16 59 Marrianne Selfridge
17 13 Stacy Olson

MOUNTAIN DEW SPORTSMEN
HEAT 1:

1 19 Cory Houdek
2 54 CJ VanHorn
3 25 Greg Hentrich
4 26 Preston Stoecker

HEAT 2:

1 7 John Johnston
2 9 Dave Ballstaedt
3 87 Drew Nickell
4 12 Brandon Herb
5 11 Mike Mitchell

FEATURE (20 laps):

1 54 CJ VanHorn
2 11 Mike Mitchell
3 25 Greg Hentrich
4 9 Dave Ballstaedt
5 7 John Johnston
6 12 Brandon Herb
7 34 Allen Hanson
8 87 Drew Nickell
9 26 Preston Stoecker
DQ 19 Cory Houdek

PERFORMANCE CONCEPTS LATE MODELS

HEAT:

1 72 Brad Osborn
2 17 Brian Gibson
3 52W Chad Walen
4 64 Griffin McGrath
5 71 Mark Greb
6 76 Chad Siems
7 43 Scott Siems

FEATURE (20 laps):

1 64 Griffin McGrath
2 17 Brian Gibson
3 52W Chad Walen
4 72 Brad Osborn
5 71 Mark Greb
6 43 Scott Siems
7 76 Chad Siems

Results- August 4, 2017

(August 4th, 2017- By Caleb Slouha) The fans who attended Friday night’s races spectated some of the best racing of the year, and we anticipate the final few weeks will do the same.

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Friday night hosted the final Carpetland USA “Floor-It” Dash of the year. Just a three-lap dash with only three cars became an exciting finish. John Ferden took the lead from the start, but Sydney Henderson charged to the outside. With one lap to go, Henderson used momentum to get right alongside Ferden. It looked to be a photo finish, but Ferden wiggled and Henderson won her first race.

The championship battle in the Miller Time Hornets Series continues to be tight between Derek Parrott and Dallas Chandler. Rookie Stewart Hall took the early lead, but four laps in Chandler overtook him. As they battled close all over the track it led to Curt Gibbs going off-track with three to go which ended his night. Chandler would have a fantastic restart following and pull into victory lane for the fourth time this year.

Braxton Franks and Bryan Baxter led the field to green in the Anderson Automotive Hobby Stocks. For the opening 5 laps, the leaders battled side-by-side, making contact several times while third through eighth place queued behind them. It was essentially an 8-car battle for the lead and with 12 to go “Bubba” Hall took over first. He would lead for 6 laps until Jim Hanson lightly used the bumper to take the lead. It was a close battle as Kurt Bohnsack joined in, and the three DS Disposal cars went bumper-to-bumper. Hanson would earn win number seven. Van Meter

After starting on the front row, Kevin Korsmo controlled the field right from the start of the Dublin City Pub Inex Legends race. He held off drivers Brady Rhode and Dave McCalla, who have multiple feature wins this year, to win his first feature of the year. Rhode started near the back, and carefully worked his way through traffic to finish second, but did not have enough time to catch Korsmo.

A competitive Mountain Dew Sportsmen race at one point led to the leaders going four-wide into turn 1. CJ VanHorn and Brandon Herb then made contact in turn 3, resulting in Cory Houdek becoming involved. The damage would be too much for Houdek and Herb to continue for the night. Greg Hentrich came out of the battle with the lead, and held off Drew Nickell for his second win of the year.

Griffin McGrath started the feature in 5th, and made a rare 3-wide pass from the complete outside lane to take the third place. With 14 laps to go, he made the pass for second on the outside as well. When he got to the leader Brad Osborn, McGrath once again took to the outside to complete the pass and lead the remaining seven laps for his second win of the year.

Racing continues Friday, August 11th with DS Disposal Night. Gates open at 6:00 pm, racing begins at 7:30 pm.


RESULTS

MILLER TIME HORNETS

HEAT 1:

1 76 Lucas Foster
 2 28 Curt Gibbs
3 01 Derek Parrott
4 14 Tom Blum
5 72 Ethan Parrott
6 01s Cody Strasser

HEAT 2:

1 3 Dallas Chandler
2 44 Troy Scott
3 84 Elliott Vogel
4 2 Stewart Hall
5 7 Michael Coulborn
6 13 Rob Aimers

FEATURE (15 Laps):

1 3 Dallas Chandler Cedar Rapids, IA
2 01 Derek Parrott Marion, IA
3 76 Lucas Foster Cedar Rapids, IA
4 44 Troy Scott Cedar Rapids, IA
5 72 Ethan Parrott Marion, IA
6 84 Elliott Vogel Cedar Rapids, IA
7 2 Stewart Hall Cedar Rapids, IA
8 13 Rob Aimers
9 01s Cody Strasser Cedar Rapids, IA
10 28 Curt Gibbs Cedar Rapids, IA
11 7 Michael Coulborn Cedar Rapids, IA
12 14 Tom Blum

ANDERSON AUTOMOTIVE HOBBY STOCKS

HEAT 1:

1 4 Kurt Bohnsack
 2 5 Bryan Baxter
3 12 Jeremy Floyd
4 88 Gerald Hall
5 60 Jason Sherman
6 43 Quinn O’Brien
7 1 Scott Siems

HEAT 2:

1 8 Braxton Franks
2 07 Jim Hanson
3 2 Matt Lacoursiere
4 24 Logan Clausen
5 54 Dale Sherman
6 57C Cory Ogden
7 11 Brian Bries

FEATURE (20 LAPS):

1 07 Jim Hanson Cedar Rapids, IA
2 4 Kurt Bohnsack Ely, IA
3 88 Gerald Hall Cedar Rapids, IA
4 12 Jeremy Floyd Cedar Rapids, IA
5 5 Bryan Baxter Marion, IA
6 8 Braxton Franks Cedar Rapids, IA
7 60 Jason Sherman Marengo, IA
8 24 Logan Clausen Cedar Rapids, IA
9 43 Quinn O’Brien Cedar Rapids, IA
10 2 Matt Lacoursiere Cedar Rapids, IA
11 54 Dale Sherman Marengo, IA
12 57c Cory Ogden Cedar Rapids, IA
13 11 Brian Bries Norway, IA
DNS 1 Scott Siems Cedar Rapids, IA

DUBLIN CITY PUB INEX LEGENDS

CARPETLAND USA DASH (3 laps):

1 17 Sydney Henderson
2 9 John Ferden
3 95 Josh Carlson

HEAT 1:

1 52 Kevin Korsmo
2 3 Dave McCalla
3 4 Brady Rhode
4 16N Todd Ness
5 17 Sydney Henderson
6 9 John Ferden
7 95 Josh Carlson

HEAT 2:

1 12 Sammy Smith
2 6 Austin Slabaugh
3 25 Cole O’Brien
4 20 Alex Braseth
5 16 Mer Slabaugh
6 37 Gary Dyer
7 13 Stacy Olson

FEATURE (25 laps):

1 52 Kevin Korsmo Atkins, IA
2 4 Brady Rhode Lorretto, MN
3 6 Austin Slabaugh Kalona, IA
4 25 Cole O’Brien Cedar Rapids, IA
5 3 Dave McCalla Cedar Rapids, IA
6 12 Sammy Smith Des Moines, IA
7 20 Alex Braseth Ulen, MN
8 16 Mer Slabaugh Kalona, IA
9 16N Todd Ness Cedar Rapids, IA
10 37 Gary Dyer Blue Grass, IA
11 9 John Ferden Shueyville, IA
12 13 Stacy Olson Cedar Rapids, IA
13 17 Sydney Henderson Walford, IA
14 95 Josh Carlson Princeton, IA
DNS 52L Danny Lehmkuhl Cedar Rapids, IA

MOUNTAIN DEW SPORTSMEN

HEAT 1:

1 19 Cory Houdek
2 11 Mike Mitchell
3 12 Brandon Herb
4 9 Dave Ballsteadt
5 34 Allen Hanson

HEAT 2:

1 54 CJ VanHorn
2 35 Greg Hentrich
3 87 Drew Nickell
4 7 John Johnston
5 26 Preston Stoecker

FEATURE (20 laps):

1 35 Greg Hentrich Hiawatha, IA
2 87 Drew Nickell Cedar Rapids, IA
3 7 John Johnston Victor, IA
4 54 CJ VanHorn Marion, IA
5 11 Mike Mitchell Cedar Rapids, IA
6 9 Dave Ballsteadt Marion, IA
7 34 Allen Hanson Greely, IA
8 26 Preston Stoecker Stratford, IA
9 12 Brandon Herb Marion, IA
10 19 Cory Houdek Marion, IA

PERFORMANCE CONCEPTS LATE MODELS

HEAT:

1 72 Brad Osborn
2 17 Brian Gibson
3 76 Chad Siems
4 71 Mark Greb
5 64 Griffin McGrath
6 43 Scott Siems

FEATURE (20 laps):

1 64 Griffin McGrath
2 72 Brad Osborn
3 17 Brian Gibson
4 71 Mark Greb
5 76 Chad Siems
6 43 Scott Siems

Results- July 28th- Croell Redi-Mix Night

(July 28, 2017– By Brad Grupe)

Hawkeye Downs SpeedwayRacing in the Hy-Vee Racing Series returned to Hawkeye Downs Speedway Friday Night, July 28 after a one-week hiatus thanks to extreme temperatures and weather. Croell Redi-Mix presented the evenings’ action with all classes battling for valuable points with just a handful of races left in the 2017 season.

Dallas Chandler earned his third win of the season in Miller Time Hornets after taking the point on lap five and pulling away from the field. His lead was erased with three laps remaining when Tom Blum spun, putting point leader Derek Parrot on Chandler’s bumper. Chandler was able to hold off Parrott on the restart, collecting the checkers. Troy Scott finished in third behind Parrott.

There was no shortage of caution flags in the 20-lap Anderson Automotive Hobby Stocks feature. The race saw a trio of different leaders with eventual winner and point leader Jim Hanson collecting his sixth win of the season. Hanson took command on lap thirteen and had a comfortable lead when the caution waved just as the field was taking the white flag.

The cars of Jeremy Floyd and Kurt Bohnsack were fighting for the same real estate in turns one and two and through the backstretch with Bohnsack forced into the grass. As Bohnsack re-established position on the asphalt the car launched sideways and ended up flipping into the air and rolling into the grass outside turn three. The race was red-flagged briefly while an oil fire was extinguished in Bohnsack’s car.  Since less than half the field had taken the white flag, the race reverted to a green-white-checkered finish.  Hanson motored to the win when green flag racing resumed and was followed across the stripe by Jason Sherman and Jasen Freeman.

The final results were revised in the tech barn when the car of Sherman didn’t pass inspection, elevating Freeman to second and Matt Lacoursiere to third.

Brady Rhode ended up celebrating his birthday in Victory Circle after a green-to-checkers run in the Dublin City Pub INEX Legends feature, but it didn’t come easy.  Cole O’Brien built a huge early lead but by the halfway mark Rhode had started to put a dent into the lead and as they encountered lapped traffic O’Brien was held up a bit allowing Rhode to draw even closer. With seven laps to go Rhode was within four car lengths with Kevin Korsmo right behind. Rhode made the winning move on O’Brien with a backstretch pass with just four laps to go. O’Brien maintained second with Korsmo finishing third.

The Mountain Dew Sportsmen Feature saw John Johnston take advantage of starting on the pole as he outlasted the field to pick up his first feature win in the division. He was challenged early by Brandon Herb and Greg Hentrich and in the closing laps point leader Cory Houdek was closing fast but Johnston outran him to the checkered flag. Hentrich finished in third behind Houdek.

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A somewhat slim field of Performance Concepts Late Models put on a heck of a show for nearly 20 laps as Brad Osborn and Brian Gibson battled for the lead multiple times. Osborn appeared to have more power on the straights with Gibson catching him in the corners.  The action was slowed at lap twelve for a spin but once the green waved the battle was on again. With just three laps remaining Osborn spun putting Gibson on point.

One lap after the race restarted the rear end of Mark Ironside’s car appeared to let go putting fluid on the track. Officials elected to throw the checkered flag with the caution due to extensive clean-up that would be required and since the outcome of the race was no longer in doubt. Mark Greb finished second behind Gibson and Scott Siems was third.

Racing continues next Friday night with “Van Meter Night at the Races- Racing to Make a

Difference.”  Admission is Free with a monetary donation. Proceeds benefit Adaptive Sports Iowa- An organization that provides support for athletes with physical disabilities throughout Iowa. Gates open at 6:00 pm.

 


MILLER TIME HORNETS

HEAT 1:

1 01 Derek Parrott
2 2M Drew Nickell
3 14 Tom Blum
4 7 Mike Coulbourn
5 2 Stewart Hall
6 72 Ethan Parrott
DNS 01$ Todd Summers

HEAT 2:

1 3 Dallas Chandler
2 84 Elliott Vogel
3 28 Curt Gibbs
4 44 Troy Scott
5 76 Lucas Foster
DNS 13 Rob Aimers

FEATURE (15 LAPS):

1 3 Dallas Chandler Cedar Rapids, IA
2 01 Derek Parrott Marion, IA
3 44 Troy Scott Cedar Rapids, IA
4 87 Drew Nickell Cedar Rapids, IA
5 28 Curt Gibbs Cedar Rapids, IA
6 14 Tom Blum Cedar Rapids, IA
7 76 Lucas Foster Cedar Rapids, IA
8 7 Mike Coulbourn Cedar Rapids, IA
9 84 Elliott Vogel Cedar Rapids, IA
10 72 Ethan Parrott Marion, IA
11 2 Stewart Hall Cedar Rapids, IA
12 01S Cody Strasser Cedar Rapids, IA
DNS 13 Rob Aimers Cedar Rapids, IA

ANDERSON AUTOMOTIVE HOBBY STOCKS

HEAT 1:

1 4 Kurt Bohnsack
2 5 Bryan Baxter
3 8 Braxton Franks
4 43 Quinn O’Brien
5 54 Dale Sherman
6 07 Jim Hanson
DNS 11 Brian Bries

HEAT 2:

1 2 Matt Lacoursiere
2 88 Gerald Hall
3 12J Jeremy Floyd
4 1 Scott Siems
5 60 Jason Sherman
6 24 Logan Clausen
7 41 Jasen Freeman

FEATURE (20 laps):

1 07 Jim Hanson Cedar Rapids, IA
 2 41 Jasen Freeman Cedar Rapids, IA
3 2 Matt Lacoursiere Cedar Rapids, IA
4 43 Quinn O’Brien Cedar Rapids, IA
5 24 Logan Clausen Cedar Rapids, IA
6 54 Dale Sherman Cedar Rapids, IA
7 12J Jeremy Floyd Cedar Rapids, IA
8 11 Brian Bries Norway, IA
9 4 Kurt Bohnsack Ely, IA
10 88 Gerald Hall Cedar Rapids, IA
11 8 Braxton Franks Cedar Rapids, IA
12 1 Scott Siems Cedar Rapids, IA
13 5 Bryan Baxter Cedar Rapids, IA
DQ 60 Jason Sherman Marengo, IA

DUBLIN CITY PUB INEX LEGENDS

HEAT 1:

1 52 Kevin Korsmo
2 6 Austin Slabaugh
3 4 Brady Rhode
4 9 John Ferden
5 13 Stacy Olson
6 37 Gary Dyer
7 95 Josh Carlson

HEAT 2:

1 25 Cole O’Brien
2 16N Todd Ness
3 3 Dave McCalla
4 77 Warren Ropp
5 16 Mer Slabaugh
6 17 Sydney Henderson
7 71F John Ferden

FEATURE (25 laps):

1 4 Brady Rhode Lorretto, MN
2 25 Cole O’Brien Cedar Rapids, IA
3 52 Kevin Korsmo Atkins, IA
4 3 Dave McCalla Cedar Rapids, IA
5 6 Austin Slabaugh Kalona, IA
6 16N Todd Ness Cedar Rapids, IA
7 77 Warren Ropp Kalona, IA
8 17 Sydney Henderson Walford, IA
9 16 Mer Slabaugh Kalona, IA
10 13 Stacy Olson Cedar Rapids, IA
11 71F Matt Fults  Marengo, IA
12 9 John Ferden Shueyville, IA
13 37 Gary Dyer Blue Grass, IA
14 95 Josh Carlson Princeton, IA

MOUNTAIN DEW SPORTSMEN

HEAT 1:

1 7 John Johnston
2 19 Cory Houdek
3 12 Brandon Herb
4 54 CJ VanHorn
5 35 Greg Hentrich
6 9 Dave Ballstaedt
7 11 Mike Mitchell
8 26 Preston Stoecker
DNS 34 Allen Hanson

FEATURE (20 laps):

1 7 John Johnston Victor, IA
2 19 Cory Houdek Marion, IA
3 35 Greg Hentrich Hiawatha, IA
4 12 Brandon Herb Marion, IA
5 54 CJ Van Horn Marion, IA
6 11 Mike Mitchell Cedar Rapids, IA
7 34 Allen Hanson Greely, IA
8 26 Preston Stoecker Stratford, IA
9 9 Dave Ballstaedt Marion, IA

PERFORMANCE CONCEPTS LATE MODELS

HEAT:

1 17 Brian Gibson
2 72 Brad Osborn
3 71 Mark Greb
4 76 Chad Siems
5 10 Mark Ironside
6 43 Scott Siems

FEATURE (20 laps):

1 17 Brian Gibson Walford, IA
2 71 Mark Greb Coralville, IA
3 43 Scott Siems Cedar Rapids, IA
5 76 Chad Siems Shellsburg, IA
6 72 Brad Osborn Janesville, IA
7 10 Mark Ironside Swisher, IA

01- Derek Parrott

City: Ely, IA

Derek Parrott Family

Spouse’s Name: Pam

Date of Birth: 9/15/71

Children: 1

Job: Owner- Innovative Signs

 

Car Number: 01

Car Color: Black/Silver

Body Make: Dodge Avenger

 

Facebook: Derek Parrott

 

2017 Goals: Win another championship

Dream Track: Bristol Motor Speedway

Racing Highlights: Former champion, Hobby Stock rookie of the year, multiple racing wins.

 

Sponsors: Innovative Signs | Professional Muffler | Cutting Edge Lawn and Landscape | Mahoney Construction

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