Jim Bob Spins, Bear Lynch Wins. Blackie's the Champ!
Saturday, 25 September 2010 20:55
Leaders Jim Bob Rogers and Bear Lynch approached lapped traffic coming around turn 4 of the final lap, making for a startling finish to the Sportsman Main Event.
#62 Jim Bob Rogers, #6 Tommy Roe and #41 Bear Lynch moved to the front to lead the massive field of sportsman for the 50 lap A-Main Event. A spin out 15 laps in brought the field back together for a restart. Jim Bob had the pole with Bear Lynch on the outside and Tommy Roe had the inside of row 2. Jim Bob elected to take the outside and Lynch passed him via the inside along the back stretch. Another spin out brought on another double file restart. This time, Jim Bob took back his spot at the head of the field. With 10 laps to go, Bear Lynch was putting the pressure on Jim Bob. At lap 42 the leaders were knee deep in lapped traffic. Suddenly, Lynch passed Rogers with only 5 laps to go! Rogers pulled around the inside of Lynch but the two were coming up on lapped traffic as they drove around turn 4. Jim Bob spun out 30 feet from the finish as Lynch sped past the checkered flag for the win.
Snap-On Pro Trucks
#27 Roger "Ice Man" Avants sped into an early lead. #41 Bear Lynch and #1 Happy Ferree were biding their time in 2nd and 3rd respectively, patiently awaiting a chance to fly into the lead. Ferree and Lynch both darted around Avants and commenced to drag race for the lead. Ferree won the bout, moving out in front but Lynch stuck close behind. A few car lengths back, Avants and #7 Adam Deines locked horns in an intense race for 3rd. #36 Matt Burton spun out going along the front stretch, bringing out the yellow flag. Before they got going again, Bear Lynch broke down and left the track. Ferree and Avants lined it up for the double file restart. Ferree rode the outside line back into a massive lead and took the win! Ferree won the 2010 Pro Truck season championship!
Two Doors Down Figure 8
Despite some crazy action in the X and a torn up front right fender, #4 Joe Matlock had a firm handle on the lead. #24 Joe Martinez and #67 Keith Swenson were fighting for 2nd place when a spin out brought on caution. When the race resumed, Matlock, Martinez and Swenson were racing only inches apart, in single file. Matlock fought off his competitors and took his 5th win of the season. Martinez took 2nd place, maintaining his point lead to take home the Figure 8 season championship.
CARC Modified coupes
#09 Frank Denning III started out the Mod Coupe A Main by building a significant lead over the rest of the field. Despite the ground between them, #95 Cris Muhler had his sights locked on the lead. Lap after lap, Muhler worked on reeling Denning in. At lap 9, Muhler took over the lead and rode the fastest line to victory! Frank Denning III finished 2nd, maintaining his point lead to take home his 4th consecutive Mod Coupe season championship.
Sunoco Grand American Modified
#69 Forest Smith and #08 Jace Hansen broke away from the pack early on, blazing into a race all their own. A few yellow flags saw to it that the two were lined up together for the majority of the race. The two locked horns until Smith broke finally broke away for a 5 car length lead. Smith took the win and his first ever season championship.
1 #4 JOE MATLOCK, AURORA, 2 #24 JOE MARTINEZ, CENTENNIAL, 3 #67 KEITH SWENSON, AURORA, 4 #17 HARRY LIVERMORE JR, ENGLEWOOD, 5 #23 AL DURAN, LAKEWOOD, 6 #20 LANCE PROCTOR, 7 #15 JEREME WALL, 8 #52 JARED WALL, COMMERCE CITY, 9 #28 VICTOR JOHNSEN, NORTHGLENN, 10 #89 EDDIE GARCIA, LITTLETON, 11 #03 LUKE ZIKE, MORRISON, 12 #50 JUSTIN MCKEACHIE, 13 #81 DAVID SMITH, ENGLEWOOD, 14 #66 JOHN MARTELLO, DENVER, 15 #5 DENNIS SUMMERS, 16 #69 TAMMY TOTOS, COMMERCE CITY, 17 #8 X MATT WILLAMS, ARVADA, 18 #01 PETE MAAS, 19 #7 RANDY GRUBB, DENVER
Grand American Modified
1 #69 FOREST SMITH, 2 #08 JACE HANSEN, 3 #44 JUSTIN CASE, 4 #22 MICHAEL CASTAGNO, 5 #11 TOM EVANS, 6 #51 X BRADLEY TILTON, 7 #77 JEFFREY HANSEN, 8 #31 NATHAN GASSER, 9 #71 JIM STIVALETTA, 10 #4 MARK SOPR, 11 #6 X JUSTIN MALLO, 12 #26 X MINDY McCARD, 13 #9 X CORY MALLO, 14 #1 ERIC GRIMM, 15 #48 ED VECCHIARELLI JR, 16 #8 LARRY HUNTER
1 #95 CRIS MUHLER, 2 #09 FRANK DENNING III, 3 #20 RICH BUBAK, 4 #24 CHAD GUILFORD, 5 #55 GARY LAND, 6 #45 CARL VAIR, 7 #36 MATT BURTON, 8 #12 JAIME BUBAK, 9 #41 DAVE ALLEN, 10 #87 JOSEPH ST PETER, 11 #33 CHET GRAHAM, 12 #71 JAMES BREDESON, 13 #80 MATT DEVICH JR
1 #41 BEAR LYNCH, 2 #62 JAMES ROGERS, ERIE, 3 #84 BRUCE BORCHARDT, LAFAYETTE, 4 #99 NICHOLAS BRINLEE, BROOMFIELD, 5 #6 TOMMY ROE, THORNTON, 6 #43 STAN GRIFFIN, STRASBURG, 7 #55 CRAIG HOLMES, ARVADA, 8 #8 JEFFREY WALBAUM, BRIGHTON, 9 #46 ERIC BLACKARD, LAKEWOOD, 10 #38 FRANKIE ESTES, PARKER, 11 #17 DAVE DEINES, 12 #39 SCOTT ESTES, PARKER, 13 #26 DALE REEDER, WESTMINSTER, 14 #3 WADE GROVE, COMMERCE CITY, 15 #92 A.J. GRASSO, 16 #72 X GARY CAGLE, FT COLLINS, 17 #44 RANDOLPH MOSSMAN, JOHNSTOWN, 18 #29 X JAN OXLEY, 19 #49 DENNIS POBANZ, COLORADO SPRINGS, 20 #40 JASON TRUJILLO, 21 #58 JEFF WEBB, ARVADA, 22 #83 GREG WOHLCKE, ARVADA, 23 #28 ALAN CARTER, THORNTON, 24 #00 STEVEN MAAS, 25 #02 RICHARD HUNT, ARVADA
Pro Truck results coming soon!