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(August 26, 2017) - The long awaited Ameri-Flex Hose and Accessories Challenge II presented by Grand National Trailer and Truck Repair became a reality Saturday night at the Salina Highbanks Speedway and Mickey Walker couldn’t be happier - SALINA, Okla.
He lapped at least 10 cars and Jason ended up with the WIN!!! In the Nonwing he started 19th and took home the WIN!!! Brockton is a very smooth driver and definately knows his way around the track! Avery has improved every time he has been on the track. He has been Winnig in the Nonwing Class on a pretty regular basis. They will doing some traveling this season and checking out other race tracks. His son Dylan competes in the Restrictor Class and came home in 5th place this weekend... CONGRATULATIONS PRESTON ON YOUR FIRST RESTRICTOR CLASS WIN!!!! His car has the right setup, and the driver has the drive to get him there. He knows how to take his car around the track and move in and out of traffic. No longer than this young man has been in racing, you can tell he is going to be one to watch. Alex Sewell took home the hardare in the A Class and Nonwing Class at Creek County Speedway on April 15. Brian Davison took his #48 Factor 1 to the Winners circle this weekend.
Blake Battles is a fun driver to watch on the track. Blake started out in quarter midget and moved up to the Jr Sprints. Blake has now moved up to the A Class and is on his way to showing everyone what he can do. Jason's car had the perfect setup and Jason was giving it 100%. Two thirds of the way through the race, Jason was picking off lapped cars right and left. In the A Class Jason started 19th and worked his way up to finish 5th. Bryan Davidson traveled back to 3D Raceway in Haskell, OK this weekend and parked it in Victory Lane. Brockton started out in the Restictor Class where he claimed several Victories and now has moved up to the A Class where he continues to show everyone that he means business in the race car. Avery Goodman takes home his 2nd A Feature Wins in 2 weeks. Jerimiah Congrautlations to 2nd generation racer, Avery Goodman on his first career micro sprint A Class, A Feature WIN!!! He took several family members to the Winner Circle with him after his interview. Jerimiah runs in the Non Wing Class and the Outlaw Class each week. He was very successful in the Jr Sprint last year, and gave up that ride to his younger brother. This young man has his sights set on Winning every race he is in. WHAT A WAY TO START THE YEAR AS A JR SPRINT ROOKIE!!! This little man is going to be one of the ones to watch this season. Alex also competes in Sprint cars and picked up the Win at Lawton in the OCRS series.
Avery has raced at several tracks in his young career and calls Creek County Speedway his home track. Ryan has been doing a great job driving and his pit crew has his car set up to go to the front. This weekend at Creek County Speedway was his time to shine. He was able to qualify for the front row of the feature and when the green flag dropped, he took off on the bottom and never gave up the lead!
Jason was able to move his car up to 2nd and qualify for the A Feature. This weekend they was at Jefferson County Fairgrounds in Fairbury, NE. ason Mc Dougal went up the turnpike to Sweet Springs, Missouri this weekend. Spencer went to the top and drove straight to Victory Lane. He is a great competitor and an all round great man! Madelyn Fritz won the 2017 Roy Cooley Classis in the Restrictor Class at Jefferson County Speedway in Fairbury, NE with the Jayhusker Series. On June 9th she picked up her first WIN of the year at KAM Raceway. Dane is only 9 years old but knows his way around the track. Ryan Timms brings home another win in the Jr Sprint Class at I44 Riverside Speedway. Jason is a strong competitor any time he is on the track. Preston Scheulen took home the WIN in the Restrictor Class at Creek County Speedway on May 5. He has been to Gator Motorplex and Gulf Coast Speedway and WON at both tracks!
Danbury, Conn., April 21 -- Samuel Langhorne Clemens, "Mark Twain," died at 22 minutes after 6 tonight.