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Kyle Patee wins his first ever Super Stock feature in thrilling fashion at CNS

(08-10-2013 Dacono, CO) In one of the best races in recent memory in the Super Stock Division Kyle Patee made a daring move under 3 cars late in the race to win his first ever feature event. In the Super Late Models Chris Eggleston held off Roger Avants and Bruce Yackey on route to winner’s circle. Richie Castor Jr. was victorious in the Supermods and Justin Mackeachie took the win (and the season points lead) in the Figure 8s.

Gillett Vet Super Late Models

It’s been awhile since the #27 of Roger “the ice-man” Avants has been in winner’s circle in the Super Late Model division but on this night Roger was showing he still has gas in the tank as he jumped out to an early lead. Avants led the first portion of the race with #22 Chris Eggleston challenging him for the lead. Eventually Eggleton worked his way around Avants and secured the top spot. Behind Eggleston and Avants, #6 Dominic Urestta and #12 Bruce Yackey were making their presence felt in 3rd and 4th spots.

For nearly 40 laps Eggleston and Avants battled for the win thrilling the large crowd at CNS. With 3 laps to go Roger made his move to get his spot back and there was  contact with Eggleston in the apex of turns 3 and 4. Eggleston spun causing a chain reaction sending the entire field spinning and crashing behind the leaders. Eggleston suffered no damage but Avant’s car was in bad shape and had to leave the track. #84 Matt Zwingleberg was also collected in the melee and had to retire with heavy damage.

On the restart Eggleston elected the outside lane with Bruce “the Moose” Yackey along side. When the green flag dropped Yackey appeared to have a shot at the lead but Chris could exit turn 2 as if shot out of a cannon and was able to maintain the position and go on to take the win, his second of the 2013 season. Yackey finished 2nd, a patient #66 Darren Bucklen was 3rd, #31 Rick Smith was 4th, and the final spot in the top five went to Arvada’s Dominic Ursetta. Yackey now has a commanding 45 point lead in the standings on second place Darren Bucklen.

FEATURE EVENT: #22 Chris Eggleston FAST DASH: #22 Chris Eggleston DASH: #84 Matt Zwingleburg QUICK TIME: #6 Dominic Ursetta 16.152

NTC Logistics Super Stocks

FEATURE EVENT: #90 Kyle Patee FAST DASH: #3 Michael Cox DASH: 10T Taylor Bellomy QUICK TIME: #33 Bear Lynch 19.496

ERA Super Modifieds A great field of ERA Supermodifieds showed up for their second appearance of the year at Colorado National Speedway. Nick Haygood, Chris Sheil, Johnny Pickard, and Larry LaPointe, showed up to give the dominate team of Harold Evans and Richie Castor Jr. a run for their money. At the start of the feature #33 Chris Sheil made short work of the cars in front of him and grabbed the lead. With #2 Richie Castor Jr., #3 Harold Evans, and #40 Nick Haygood battling slower cars to get to the front, Sheil amassed a half lap lead on second place. With just 6 laps to go #29 Craig Moore brought out the caution when he spun in turn 4 which would erase the massive lead that Sheil had on the field. On the restart Castor blew by Sheil to take the lead and he never looked back. Castor took home another trophy and Chris Sheil had to settle for second place. Harold Evans was 3rd, Haygood was 4th and #14 Joe Gallegos was 5th.

FEATURE EVENT: #2 Richie Castor Jr. FAST DASH: #3 Harold Evans QUICK TIME: #2 Richie Castor Jr. 14.314

Art’s Septic Service Figure 8s Justin Mackeachie in the stars and stripes #50 Figure 8 started dead last in the feature event but quickly moved his way up through the field. Yet when Justin got the front he found #10 Frank Gastineau leading and not willing to relinquish the spot. Lap after lap Mackeachie tried low, then high, but could not get around Gastineau. With just a lap and a half to go Gastineau slowed just slightly as he approached a lapped car and that was just enough to allow the #50 to slip by and take the lead. Mackaeache took the win followed by Gastineau, #81 Dave Smith, #52 Jared Wall, and #23 Al Duran. With the win Mackeachie takes over the points lead from #26 Nick Martinez who suffered race ending damage in a altercation at the start of the race.

FEATURE EVENT: #50 Justin Mackeachie FAST DASH: #50 Justin Mackeachie DASH: #40 Mike Mercer


Super Late Models Pos No. Name Hometown Car Info Best Tm 1. 22 Chris Eggleston Thornton CO 13 Lefthander Chevy 16.502 2. 12 Bruce Yackey Greeley  CO 12 Port City Impala 16.600 3. 66 Darren Bucklan Greeley  CO 13 Lefthander Chevy 16.544 4. 31 Rick Smith Gering  NE 13 Chevy SS 16.552 5. 6 Dominic Ursetta Arvada  CO 2013 Port City Impala SS 16.589 6. 78 Darren Crocker Brighton  CO 09 Lefthander Chevy 16.650 7. 7 Adam Deines Longmont  CO 04 Dodge 16.811 8. 55 Jesse Runkle Lakewood  CO 11 Howe 16.611 9. 95H Jace Hansen   16.967 10. 91 Chris Atkinson Cheyenne  WY 11 Lefthander Monte Carlo 16.641 11. 11 Darren Robertson Westminster  CO 13 Victory Circle Chevy Impala 16.563 12. 25 Monty Skinner Morrison CO 07 Port City Chevy 17.298 13. 14 Mark Bybee Littleton  CO 12 Howe Impala 17.051 14. 27 Roger Avants Littleton  CO 2010 Monte Carlo 16.556 15. 84 Matt Zwingelberg Aurora  CO  SS Fusion 16.537 16. 33 Emett Grazier Wheatridge  CO Port City Chevy 16.645 17. 39 Jack Nugent Lafayette  CO Lefthander 16.672 18. 74 Dan Savage Aurora  CO Ford 16.804 DNS 08F Todd Finley

Super Stocks Pos No. Name Hometown Car Info Best Tm 1. 90 Kyle Patee Thornton  CO 86 Grand Prix 19.613 2. 3 Michael Cox Englewood  CO 84 Grand Nat’l 19.710 3. 33 Bear Lynch Denver  CO 80 Malibu M-80 19.742 4. 6X Josh Parker Broomfield  CO 79 Malibu 19.829 5. 55 Troy Whittar   19.884 6. 8 David Gee (R) Loveland CO 76 Nova 19.810 7. 10T Taylor Bellomy (R) Brighton  CO 90 Caprice 20.056 8. 13 Jason Morris Lakewood CO 77 Nova 19.987 9. 0 Andrew Mues Arvada  CO 78 Seville 20.044 10. 02 Darrell Smith Littleton  CO 85 Caprice 20.109 11. 98 Tony Dugan (R) Commerce City  CO Monte Cutlass 20.257 12. 99 Michael Navarro (R)   20.196 13. 9 Curtis Heldenbrand (R) Arvada  CO 87 Caprice 20.351 14. 77 Kevin Keller Englewood  CO 79 Nova 20.679 15. 18 Josheph Prante (R) Denver  CO 83 Regal 20.700 16. 1 John Clark (R) Commerce City  CO 77 Nova 21.037 17. 23 George Gallegos   20.424 DNS 11 Nick Tabor (R) Cheyenne  WY 81 Monte Carlo

Supermodifieds Pos No. Name Hometown Car Info Best Tm 1. 2 Richard Castor Jr Bennett  Co  14.917 2. 33 Chris Sheil   15.093 3. 3 Harold Evans Littleton  CO  15.606 4. 40 Nick Haygood Denver  CO 85 Masterman 15.567 5. 14 Joe Gallegos Castle Rock  CO 400 Chevy Malloyman 15.840 6. 7s Stevie Gallegos Castle Rock  CO Malloy 15.968 7. 15 Josh Lewis Aurora  CO  15.573 8. 1 Jason Castor Brighton  CO  16.497 9. 51 Joe Priselac Commerce City  CO Hyder 15.563 10. 29 Craig Moore   17.469 11. 77 Bob Myer Calhan  CO  17.663 12. 4 Harry Stone Broomfield  CO 90 Hyder Silver Crown 18.648 13. 8 Larry Lapoint Jr

Figure 8s Pos No. Name Hometown Car Info Best Tm 1. 50 Justin McKeachie Aurora CO 03 Monte Carlo 2. 10 Frank Gastineau Denver  CO 03 Monte Carlo 3. 81 Dave Smith Englewood  CO 78 Camaro 4. 52 Jared Wall Commerce City  CO 77 Camaro 5. 23 Al Duran Lakewood CO 03 Monte Carlo 6. 15 Jereme Wall Commerce City  CO 72 Chevy 7. 66 John Martello Denver  CO 79 Camaro 8. 76 Brent Cave 9. 2 Lance Proctor Arvada CO 03 Monte Carlo 10. 17 Harry  Livermore Jr Englewood  CO 77 Nova 11. 03 Luke Zike Morrison  CO 03 Chevy Monte Carlo 12. 40 Michael Mercer Thornton  CO 75 Nova 13. 00 James Naranjo(R) Denver  CO 75 Chevy Nora 14. 44 Buddy Hohn Jr. Denver  CO 78 Camero (03 Monte body) DNS 33 Bobby Hutchings (R) Denver  CO 78 Camaro DNS 25 Phil Taylor DNS 12 Harvey Webb Jr Northglenn 74 Camaro DNS 26 Nick Martinez Denver  CO 03 Howe Monte Carlo

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