Final Ladies Night a Big Success
08-10-13 MAYETTA, KS - The last
of three ladies night, where all ladies get in free, went down in the books at
Thunder Hill Speedway Saturday night. Developmental Services of
Jackson County, Inc., who provide day and residential supports to adult
individuals affected by intellectual and developmental disabilities in a
community based setting, were also special guests at the Speedway. By the
smiles on their faces at intermission, I believe it is safe to say they had a
fantastic evening with some of the best racing in the area.
The Casey’s General Store IMCA
Sport Compact division was the first A-feature event of the evening. This race finds
Wade Heller again in the Pit Pass Liquor Victory Lane with Dan Canady, Alex
Boyden, Austin Umscheid and Lexi Boyden in the top five.
Kansas National Guard IMCA
Hobby Stocks were up next. From the drop of the green flag all the way to the
drop of the checker, this race provided some on your feet action. Caution free
from the start to finish. Patrick
Thyfault raced his way to the Pit Pass Liquor Victory Lane, as he drove through
the field flawlessly. As the checkered flag falls, it’s Thyfault with the win, chased by Travis
Burger, Jacob Crowell, Nicholas Ronnebaum and Mallory Stiffler.
The Belleville Motor Sports
IMCA Northern Sportmod division brought the return of the double file restarts.
From his seventh row inside starting position, Curtis Dreasher set his sites on
the front of the field. When the checkered flag is displayed in this division, it’s
Dreasher in the Pit Pass Liquor Victory Lane. A hard charging Luke Stallbaumer took
second followed by Bryan Rigsby, Eddie Schwope Jr., and Dusty Leonard.
The Heinen Repair Service IMCA
Stock Cars brought three new faces to Thunder Hill Speedway from the State of Colorado.
This race is full of hard chargers from the drop of the green flag. Mike
Nichols and Jim Powell Jr. both started this race from the fourth row side by
side and battled all the way to the final laps. Caution free all the way to the
checkered flag, it’s Mike Nichols with the three peat win. Jim Powell Jr. finished
second with Travis Tenpenny, Tyler Tipton and Angel Munoz in the top five.
The last division to
attack Thunder Hill Speedway was the BSB
Manufacturing IMCA Modifieds. Derrick
Brown and Tom Charles roll to the green flag side by side in row three. Charles
and Brown battled continuously for position throughout this A-Feature. In the
closing laps, Charles had raced his way to the back bumper of Brown, but as the
checkered flag ended this race, Derrick
Brown stood victoriously in the Pit Pass Liquor Victory Lane. Tom Charles,
Justin Becker, Kurt Johnston and Scott Brown rounded out the top five.
Racing resumes next Saturday
night at the Xtreme Motorsports Clash on the Hill, with all five IMCA classes putting
on the best Saturday night racing show in Northeast Kansas. Saturday, August
17th is the 12th Annual Oren Covert Memorial Race. August is Motorsports Awareness Month,so please
be sure to join us and bring a friend
and a cooler!!! It’s going to be a great show! Friend Thunder Hill Speedway on
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