Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Aaron Marrant, Clayton Campbell, Cody Frazon, and Jeremy Lile Claim Father’s Day Weekend Wins at Central Missouri Speedway!

cms(Warrensburg, MO) Father’s Day weekend and Saturday racing were great ingredients for an evening of family fun with Dad on KIX 105.7 FM and Joslin’s Jewelry night at Central Missouri Speedway (CMS). A total of 82 cars checked in for the night to compete for the coveted checkered flag celebrations in victory lane.

The feature events were filled with racing action all over the high-banked clay oval. Jeremy Lile of Higginsville grabbed his first-ever Pure Stock feature to become a first-time 2016 winner, then, an excited Cody Frazon of LaMonte celebrated his first B-mod feature win of the season. In the ULMA Late Model feature Aaron Marrant claimed his second CMS Late Model win of the year as he kept his weekend win streak alive. Clayton Campbell of Otterville fought hard for his second Street Stock feature of the season and to close out the night and one of the most memorable finishes of the year as he doubled-up on victory lane appearances by edging Dalton Kirk in the USRA Modified main.

It took two heat races for the 12 Pure Stock drivers to determine the main event lineup. Heat one went to Jeremy Lile ahead of Jeremiah Wilson and Darrin Christy while heat two went to Don Johnson ahead of Jimmy Smith and Jason Ballard.

Lile and Johnson began the Pure Stock main event with Wilson and Christy close behind. Lile shot out to an early lead with Wilson pressuring him on the low side. On lap two, Wilson’s car had a steering problem and shot up the track into Christy who then flew over turn two but thankfully landed on all four wheels. Fortunately, both Wilson and Christy were okay but were finished for the night. Lile then shot back out on the restart and strengthened his lead as Detherage attempted to challenge him. In the end, Lile hung on to claim his first win of the season. Current points leader Detherage fought back to finish second followed by Jimmy Smith, Don Johnson and Dallas Heuser with his best finish this season in fifth.

The 20 B-modified drivers on hand competed in three heats to determine the main event lineup. Jacob Ebert found a groove early for a victory in heat one over Troy Carlyle and Colten Stevens. Cody Frazon fought off a hard-charging Johnny McGinnis and Ernie Walker to claim heat two. Tim Powell advanced to claim heat three over Cody Brill and Caleb Bray.

Brill and Frazon led the B-mod field to the green with Brill the early leader but Frazon quickly assumed control in front of Brill and Ebert. After several caution periods for single-car incidents, Brill’s car went around with several drivers ending up caught in the incident. For the restart, Brill, Carlyle, and Colton Stevens went to the back of the field. Up front, Ebert continued to pressure Frazon for the remainder of the race but Frazon prevailed in the end. A jubilant crew of friends celebrated with Frazon for his first CMS feature win. Ebert looked strong in second while Johnny McGinnis had his best CMS finish in third, Bobby Russell moved up to fourth while Brill rebounded to finish fifth.

ULMA Late Models made their third appearance of the year with a heat race for the night. Aaron Marrant rocketed to the front in the heat to claim the win over Aaron Poe and Bobby Penny.

Marrant and Penny started the 15-lap ULMA event on the front row with Poe and Jon Binning just behind. Marrant quickly established a solid lead and was never challenged for his second ULMA win in two nights after taking the win at Lakeside Speedway the night before. Penny had a nice run into second while Poe looked solid in third. Former CMS Late Model Champion Jon Binning was fourth followed by Bob King, Chris Cox, Jimmy Jobe, and Bob Cummings.

Street Stock drivers raced two heat races to determine their feature event starting grid. Jay Prevete claimed the opening Street Stock heat race over Allen Perryman and Brian Eckhoff, who returned after flipping his car two weeks ago. Clayton Campbell worked his way to the front in heat two ahead of Brett Wood and Marc Carter.

Prevete lunged into turn one with Perryman, Wood and Campbell hot on his tail to start the main event. Prevete held the lead until he got loose out of turn two and Wood jumped to the advantage to grab the lead. Wood held on until Campbell dug under him out of turn two but a caution flew negating the pass. On the restart, Campbell once again passed Wood on the low side of two on lap thirteen. Campbell hung on and claimed his second feature of the year with Wood close in second, former CMS champion Marc Carter moved up into third with Prevete fourth and Perryman fifth.

USRA Modifieds came out in full force with 30 drivers on hand for four outstanding heat races to begin their portion of the program. Heat one went to Aaron Marrant over Eddie Bray, Jr., and Brian Johnson. Shad Badder fought off Gunner Martin and Danny Scrogham in heat two with Dalton Kirk besting Colson Kirk and Nathan Vaughn in heat three. The final heat of the night went to Ryan Middaugh ahead of Tim Karrick and Terry Schultz. With the many cars on hand, a B-main event was held to determine the final cars on the starting grid as Jason Pursley, Beau Davis, Lewis Jackson, David Wood, Justin Plumb, and Dean Bachner filled the grid.

Dalton Kirk and Shad Badder earned the front row starting positions for the USRA Modified main event. Kirk jumped out to the early lead and it seemed to be his race to win. Badder kept hounding him until Marrant snuck by Badder on the back stretch to capture the second spot. As he often does all by himself, Terry Schultz used the high to his advantage all throughout the race to enter into the mix.

Kirk looked solid all night in the lead until the final lap when Marrant found a small lane on the low side and took the lead out of turn four for the double checkers finish. Marrant topped off the second night of double feature wins with his second win of the evening as Kirk settled for a tight second place finish. Marrant also won both the Late Model and Modified win the night before at Lakeside Speedway to cap off an incredible Father’s Day weekend. Schultz was unable to make the high side work late in the race and finished third. Gunner Martin was fourth while Tim Karrick moved up from ninth to fifth to complete the top five.

All information regarding the upcoming 11th Annual Tom Wilson Memorial BBQ Bowl is readily available on the CMS website at www.centralmissourispeedway.net. Upon entering the website, click on the tab titled INDEPENDECE DAY WEEKEND SPECIAL EVENT INFO! Here you will find all details regarding the upcoming two-day special event, including order of events, payouts, car class info, event flyer, entry forms, and complete details in the event Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) document!

USRA Modified drivers planning on participating in the $5,000-to-win event over Independence Day weekend should take advantage of the event Early Bird entry form. For drivers that have competed twice prior to Saturday, July 2nd in a weekly race program Note: Sunday, May 29th special event does not count as a weekly race appearance.

$145 Entry fee, includes driver pit pass for both Saturday, July 2nd and Sunday, July 3rd
–Special Early bird, two-day pit pass price of $60 (saves driver $10 on pit passes)
–Special Early Bird, $85 entry fee (instead of a $100 (saves driver $15)
—Total savings of $25 for sending in early bird entry by deadline as mentioned below
Entry fee if driver raced twice prior to deadline but doesn’t send in Early Bird Entry is $170, why not save yourself $25!

For drivers that have not competed twice prior to Saturday, July 2nd or will not be able to compete in at least two “weekly race shows” prior to Saturday, July 2nd. Note: Sunday, May 29th special event does not count as a weekly race appearance:
$200 combined entry fee and 2 pit passes
–Two-day pit pass $60 (saves driver $10 on pit passes)
–$140 entry fee instead of a $150 (saves driver $10)
—Total savings of $20 for sending in early bird entry by deadline as mentioned below
Entry fee if driver has not raced twice prior to deadline but doesn’t send in Early Bird Entry is $220, why not save yourself $20! No refunds, no post-marked checks accepted.

Mail Entry to: Central Missouri Speedway
2807 South Owens School Rd
Independence, MO 64057

Checks payable to Central Missouri Speedway. Mailed in entry must be post-marked by Monday, June 27th! CMS Officials will confirm driver appearances. Payment may also be made at the pit entrance. Same night entries are available both nights, but why not save yourself some money! Send in your Early Bird Entry and get at least two “weekly race appearances” in at CMS prior to deadline! For more information, call 660-747-2166 or email info@centralmissourispeedway.net.

The make-up event dates for the 5/21/16 rained out events are: Saturday June 25th for the USRA Modified makeup, and Saturday, July 9th for the B-Mod makeup. The makeup event for the B-Mods will resume from lap 5 when the green flag flies again. Stay tuned to CMS press releases and the website and social media for future announcements.

Keep up with CMS on Twitter @CMSgoing_green. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/pages/Central-Missouri-Speedway. Join our email group by emailing info@centralmissourispeedway.net. Keep up with CMS news and information by pointing your browser to www.centralmissourispeedway.net. Don’t forget about the all-new CMS Going Green YouTube video page!

CMS is located 3.5-miles north of Warrensburg, MO from the junction of Highways 50 and 13 in Warrensburg just north of the new Hwy 13 by-pass round-a-bout, or from the Higginsville exit off I-70, head south on Highway 13 for twelve and half miles. Pit gates open at 4:30, grandstands at 5, driver pill draw cutoff 6:15, pit meeting at 6:30, hot laps at 7, and racing at 7:30. Admission prices: $12 adult general mission, $10 military with I.D., seniors 65 to 74 $10, kids ages 6 to 12 $5. Children 5 and under and seniors 75 and over free. Pit passes $30.

CMS wishes to thank its 2016 primary sponsors for their support this season! Cliff Harris Warrensburg Ford, Budweiser, KMZU 100.7 FM, Sunoco Race Fuels, KMMO FM 102.9, Midwest Coatings, Better Country KIX 105.7, KSDL, and KSIS FM, Comfort Inn Warrensburg Station, KRLI FM 103.9 & KAOL 101.3 FM The Grenade, Pepsi, 610 Sports Radio Kansas City, Heartland Waste, and ‘Today’s New Hit Country’ 95.3 FM KDKD.

This list of 2016 outstanding business partners includes: Victory Trophies & Plaques, Joslins Jewelry, Batliner Recycling, DQ Grill & Chill of Warrensburg, Economy Lumber, Kleinschmidt’s Western Store, OK Tire Stores, Eickleberry Concrete & Construction, LJS Graphics, Finish Line Performance, Wolf Tire Service, JA Performance and Outdoor Services, RockAuto.com, and Seeburg Mufflers.

MAIN EVENT RESULTS FOR 6/18/16

PURE STOCK FEATURE

Finish Start Car Driver Hometown
1 1 3W Jeremy Lile Higginsville , Mo
2 9 25X Rodger Detherage Windsor , Mo
3 4 03 Jimmy Smith Harrisonville , Mo
4 2 3 Don Johnson Overland Park, Ks
5 12 15H Dallas Heuser Corder , Mo
6 10 53K Larry Norris Lone Jack, Mo
7 8 12 Scott Martin Warrensburg , Mo
8 7 25XX Nick Pickard Leeton , Mo
9 11 13 Amanda Akers Independence , Mo
10 3 58 Jeremiah Wilson Concordia , Mo
11 5 3B Darrin Christy Kansas City, Ks
12 6 007 Jason Ballard Yates Center, Ks DNS

B-MOD FEATURE

Finish Start Car Driver Hometown
1 2 73 Cody Frazon LaMonte , Mo
2 4 5 Jacob Ebert Oak Grove, Mo
3 6 10 Johnny McGinnis Hardin , Mo
4 10 7B Bobby Russell Smithville , Mo
5 1 96 Cody Brill Harrisonville , Mo
6 8 222 Colten Stevens Basehor , Ks
7 3 44 Troy Carlyle Kearney , Mo
8 16 12 Olen Stephens Warrensburg , Mo
9 14 10W Doug Wetzel Leeton , Mo
10 15 50JR Leroy Morrison Raymore , Mo
11 17 23T Tim Smith Concordia , Mo
12 12 44DD Greg Truelove Liberty , Mo
13 13 2 Rick Anderson Marshall , Mo
14 7 1B Kaleb Bray Archie , Mo
15 5 28S Bill Small Holden , Mo
16 20 57 Tim Powell Lansing , Ks
17 9 78 Ernie Walker Sedalia , Mo DNS
18 11 03 Chris Brockway Warrensburg , Mo DNS
19 18 B4 Eric Bernt Leeton , Mo DNS
20 19 17K Ethan Kueck Concordia , Mo DNS

STREET STOCKS – STREET STOCKS FEATURE

Finish Start Car Driver Hometown
1 4 30C Clayton Campbell Otterville , Mo
2 3 7 Brett Wood Warrensburg , Mo
3 6 10 Marc Carter Warrensburg , Mo
4 1 25XXX Jay Prevete Windsor , Mo
5 2 3 Allen Perryman Belton , Mo
6 7 65Z Brian Ziegler Bates City, Mo
7 8 2 Troy Turley Knob Noster, M0
8 10 43 Brian Inlow Concordia , Mo
9 5 25 Brian Eckhoff Higginsville , Mo
10 11 13 Rob Hardwick Sedalia , Mo
11 9 04 Michael Woods Kansas City, Ks
12 12 31 Gary Akers Independence , Mo

USRA MODIFIEDS – USRA MODIFIEDS FEATURE

Finish Start Car Driver Hometown Points
1 4 70 Aaron Marrant Richmond , Mo 100.00
2 1 30 Dalton Kirk Edgerton , Ks 95.00
3 6 90 Terry Schultz Sedalia , Mo 91.00
4 5 75 Gunner Martin Independence , Mo 87.00
5 9 1K Tim Karrick Basehor , Ks 84.00
6 3 21 Ryan Middaugh Fulton , Mo 81.00
7 15 68 Dean Wille Warrensburg , Mo 78.00
8 7 19K Eddie Bray Jr. Archie , Mo 76.00
9 17 7J Justin Johnson Olathe, Ks 74.00
10 8 5K Colson Kirk Urbana , Mo 72.00
11 12 92 Danny Scrogham Peculiar , Mo 70.00
12 19 38C Jason Pursley Hermitage , Mo 68.00
13 10 97K Brian Johnson Independence , Mo 66.00
14 21 3J Lewis Jackson Wellsville , Ks 64.00
15 18 33 Chad Lyle Oak Grove, Mo 62.00
16 23 00 Justin Plumb Peculiar , Mo 60.00
17 11 24D Donnie Fellers Wheatland , Mo 58.00
18 20 01X Darrick Davis Cheney , Ks 56.00
19 24 2D Dean Bachner Olathe , Ks 55.00
20 16 26K Kevin Blackburn Fulton , Mo 54.00
21 13 12V Nathan Vaughn Sedalia , Mo 53.00
22 22 82 David Wood Richmond , Mo 52.00
23 2 73B Shad Badder Bates City, Mo 51.00
24 14 24JR James Dean Eaton Bates City, Mo 50.00

ULMA LATE MODELS – ULMA LATE MODELS FEATURE

Finish Start Car Driver Hometown Points
1 1 1X Aaron Marrant Richmond , Mo 0.00
2 2 16 Bobby Penney Lawson , Mo 0.00
3 3 45A Aaron Poe Warrensburg , Mo 0.00
4 4 65 Jon Binning Warrensburg , Mo 0.00
5 6 45 Bob King Independence , Mo 0.00
6 5 1T Christopher Cox Jefferson City, Mo 0.00
7 8 6 Bob Cummings Sedalia , Mo 0.00
8 7 54 Jimmy Jobe Odessa , Mo 0.00

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