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Neff, Medina, Dempwolf, and Martinez, all win on first race of summer at CNS

Snap-On Tools Pro Trucks The full moon in Dacono shined brightly on the Pro Truck division feature event as the race was filled with spins, crashes, and tempers flaring. #11 Steve Johnson and #5 Troy Whittar started on the front row but both were involved in altercations early in the race ending their shot at taking the checkered. #27 Roger “the ice-man” Avants lead the first segment of the race but after a caution for debris on the track #41 Mark Neff took the lead and #34 Rudy Vanderwal was right behind fighting for the position. Halfway through the race and it seemed that just about every truck in the race had at least one quarter-panel hanging off their vehicle from all the bumping and banging. As the laps wound down Vanderwal nudged the green truck of Neff in turn two moving him out of the way to take the top spot. Neff was clearly unhappy with that move and let Vanderwal know during a caution flag that was brought out by an altercation between Avants and #06 Adam Hilton. On the restart the determined Neff regained the lead and this time around Vanderwal gave him plenty of room which landed Neff in winner’s circle and just 3 points behind Vanderwal in the season points chase. Vanderwal took 2nd place, Avants held off a charging #36 Matt Burton to take 3rd. Just behind Burton in 4th rookie driver #2 Alan Warren had an impressive top 5 finish.

MAIN EVENT: #41 Mark Neff FAST DASH WINNER: #06 Adam Hilton DASH WINNER: #29 Matt Brunker QUICK TIME: #41 Mark Neff 16.704

Race Central Media Legend Cars A huge field of Legend Cars lined up for a special 40 lap feature event with #3 Wayne Barlock Jr. and #66 Kyle Clegg on the front row. #15 Danny Medina quickly moved to the front from his 2nd row starting spot but he had #58 of Kyle Ray who started 6th hot on his tail. In the first 10 laps of the race it appeared as if Ray was the faster car but he couldn’t find his way around Medina who was beginning to encounter lapped traffic. Just before the halfway mark of the race a great battle for 4th place had the fans cheering as #22 Chris Eggleston, #3 Wayne Barlock, #06 Mike Gallegos, #6 Scotty Scott, and #34 Chris Cooper were all in a tight bunch fighting for the spot as well as passing slower cars. Bad luck for 2nd place Ray as he slowed on the track and brought out the caution flag ending his night. Ray’s misfortune was good news for Clegg who wanted his shot at passing Medina but on the restart it was Eggleston who jumped out into 2nd and began to pursue the leader. In the last stage of the race the blue #34 of Chris “mini coop” Cooper became the car to watch as he powered his way into 2nd place and began to pressure Medina for the lead. Lap after lap Cooper would dive into the corner in turn 3 and poke his nose under the leader. But the crafty veteran was not about to relinquish his lead as Medina went on to take another win in what was a very exciting 40 lap feature event. Cooper finished right behind in 2nd, Gallegos took the 3rd spot, Clegg was 4th and Barlock Jr. secured the final spot in the top 5.

MAIN EVENT: #15 Danny Medina FAST DASH WINNER: #15 Danny Medina DASH WINNER: #25 Adam Pechman QUICK TIME: #58 Kyle Ray 18.589

Lincoln College Pure Stocks In just their 2nd appearance at CNS the brand-new Pure Stock division is for drivers just getting their feet wet in auto racing but the races have been some of the best at the track this season. #06 Jeff Dempwolf and #13 Jamie Ward picked up where they left off in their last appearance battling for the lead for the duration of the race. Yet tonight the best race on the track was for 3rd position as #14 Brandon McCormick, #84 Daniel Mares, and #10 Mike Bellomy, were trading positions throughout the race. Dempwolf went on to take the win in his white station wagon with Ward close behind in 2nd.

MAIN EVENT: #06 Jeff Dempwolf FAST DASH WINNER: #06 Jeff Dempwolf QUICK TIME: #07 Mike Steward 20.938

Arts Septic Figure 8s The Figure 8 cars were back on the track and the full moon must have had the drivers in an especially daring mood as the race was filled with amazingly close misses in the X. The drivers weaved through each other at full speed sending nervous cheers through the crowd. #69 Princess Tammy from Commerce City could have filled an entire highlight reel as she made near miss after near miss. #50 Justin Mackeachie, #15 Jereme Wall, and #52 Jared Wall, were drifting out of each turn sending clouds of white tire smoke into the air in dramatic fashion. Remarkably the race went caution free and is a testament to the skill and bravery of the drivers in the Figure 8 division. Taking home the win was #26 Nick Martinez with #17 harry Livermore Jr. close behind.

MAIN EVENT: #26 Nick Martinez FAST DASH WINNER: #17 Harry Livermore Jr.


Pro Trucks Pos No. Name Hometown Car Info 1. 41 Mark Neff Westminster CO 2. 34 Rudy Vanderwal LaSalle  CO 13 F150 3. 27 Roger Avants Littleton  CO 4. 36 Matt Burton Englewood  CO 5. 2 Alan Warren (R) Centennial  CO 6. 11 Steve Johnson Windsor  CO 7. 29 Matthew Brunker Lakewood  CO 8. 10T Taylor Bellomy 9. 51R Odie Robertson 10. 06 Adam Hilton Brighton  CO 11. 23 Skylar Rhoades (R) 12. 10A Andy Bellomy (R) Fort Lupton CO 13. 5 Troy Whittar Eastlake  CO 04 Chevy Silverado

Legend Cars Pos No. Name Hometown Car Info 1. 15 Danny Medina Colorado Springs  CO 2. 34 Chris Cooper Frederick  CO 3. 06 Mike Gallegos Wheatridge  CO Chevy 4. 66 Kyle Clegg Westminster  CO 5. 3 Wayne Barlock JR Evans  CO 37 Ford 6. 6 Scotty Scott Arvada CO 34 Ford Coupe 7. 22 Chris Eggleston Erie  CO 8. 21 Ryan Jones Arvada CO 34 Ford Coupe 9. 03 Darrell Stewart Arvada  CO 37 Chevy Sedan 10. 37 Josh Richard Peyton  CO 11. 25 Adam Pechman Morrison  CO 37 Sedan 12. 84 Mike Webber Erie  CO 37 Chevy 13. 46 Zach Witherwax Lakewood CO 14. 07 Bill Seip Parker  CO 15. 20 Kynzer Riddell (R) Westminster  CO 37 Ford 16. 97 Billy Blevins Arvada CO 37 Sedan 17. 26 Christopher Brunker Lakewood CO 18. 19 Larry Pachello Wheatridge  CO 19. 31 Tim Mein (R) Frederick  CO 34 Sedan 20. 09 Terry McBride (R) Edgewater  CO 37 Ford Sedan 21. 11 Jessica Savage Aurora  CO 37 Sedan 22. 17 BreAnn Adkison  (R) Cheyenne  WY 37 Chevy 23. 85 Cole MacEwen Fort Collins  CO 37 Chevy Sedan 24. 12 Cody Castor Bennett  Co ’37 Dodge Sedan 25. 58 Kyle Ray Littleton  CO 34 Ford 26. 1 Jereme Wall (R) Commerce City  CO

Pure Stocks Pos No. Name Hometown Car Info 1. 06 Jeff Dempwolf 2. 13 Jamie Ward 3. 14 Brandon McCormick 4. 84 Daniel Mares 5. 10 Mike Bellomy 6. 48 Mike Alvarodo 7. 07 Mike Steward 8. 97 Makayla Grote 9. 77 Dusty Palmore  81 Caprice 10. 4 Brian Galvin

Figure 8s Pos No. Name Hometown Car Info 1. 26 Nick Martinez Denver  CO 03 Howe Monte Carlo 2. 17 Harry  Livermore Jr Englewood  CO 77 Nova 3. 50 Justin McKeachie Aurora CO 4. 15 Jereme Wall Commerce City  CO 72 Chevy 5. 52 Jared Wall 6. 10 Frank Gastineau Denver  CO 64 Chevy 7. 69 Tammy Totos Commerce City  CO 74 Camaro 8. 2 Lance Proctor Arvada CO 03 Monte Carlo 9. 25 Phil Taylor 10. 76 ? ? 11. 00 James Naranjo(R) Denver  CO 75 Chevy Nora 12. 03 Luke Zike Morrison  CO

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