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PB&T Bank Local People Making Local Decisions Night A Super One At CNS

July 22nd, 2023 (Dacono, CO)

Four divisions took to the track at Colorado National Speedway on July 22nd, 2023 – including the Super Stocks, Super Late Models, Super Modifieds and Figure 8s (which aren’t any less super despite the word not being in the title!). Our stands packed in plenty of fans for a beautiful night of racing, with perfect weather and close competition across all our stellar lineups. As always, CNS is the place to spend your Saturday night for the best stock car racing in the state.

Bella Flooring America Super Late Models

Dash – 10 Laps

The No. 34 of Rudy Vanderwal sliced ahead of the No. 23 of Austyn Radosta for the lead, but Radosta would not be shaken that easily. He kept pressure on Vanderwal’s No. 34, catching him on Lap 4 and taking the top spot away from him. Shortly thereafter, the No. 34 of Vanderwal went up in smoke and was forced to pull into the infield due to an issue. Up front, Radosta’s No. 23 continued to show the way, taking the checkered flag ahead of the No. 37 of Ethan Hunter.

Fast Dash – 10 Laps

The No. 82 of Michael Scott and the No. 32 of Brett Yackey started on the front row and traded some paint, but the No. 82 of Scott got the lead while the No. 11 of Darren Robertson took over P3 and the No. 89 of Zach Morris fought with the No. 22 of Chris Eggleston for fourth. Robertson nosed his No. 11 past the No. 32 of Yackey and started looking past the No. 82 of Scott for the lead, hanging onto his bumper as the laps ticked down. He tried one last time on the last lap to make it stick, but it was the No. 82 of Scott across the line in first.

Feature – 40 Laps

Fifteen cars followed the No. 11 of Robertson and the No. 32 of Yackey to the green flag, No. 32 Yackey fell in behind Robertson’s No. 11 as he took over the lead. Eggleston put his No. 22 to the inside of Yackey’s No. 32 for second place and allowed a three-way battle with the No. 3C of Cassidy Hinds to close in the mix for the position. While Robertson’s No. 11 still led, the No. 22 of Eggleston fell in behind the No. 32 of Yackey, while Scott’s No. 82 and Morris’s No. 89 sorted out a battle for fifth place. The leaders began to encounter lapped traffic just 12 laps in, though it did little to hinder Robertson as he continued to show the way – for a few laps, at least. On Lap 19, he found himself stuck behind two lapped cars, allowing Yackey’s No. 32 to start closing on him. Meanwhile, the No. 82 of Scott eked past the No. 3C of Hinds for fourth place and set out after the leaders.

Once Robertson’s No. 11 cleared lapped traffic, he was able to set sail once again, hunted by the No. 32 of Yackey, the No. 22 of Eggleston, and the No. 82 of Scott. On Lap 27, more lapped traffic became a problem, allowing Yackey’s No. 32 to close the distance once again. Once they broke out of traffic, though, Robertson’s No. 11 took off again. Behind him and the No. 32 of Yackey, third place was hotly contested between the No. 82 of Scott and the No. 22 of Eggleston. Scott’s No. 82 emerged with the position, while Robertson’s No. 11 Flashed across the line, untouched by lapped traffic.

Quick Time: No. 11, Darren Robertson, 15.948

Dash: No. 23, Austyn Radosta

Fast Dash: No. 82, Michael Scott

Feature: No. 11, Darren Robertson

PB&T Bank Super Stocks

Dash – 10 Laps

The No. M60 of Morris Christner got away with the lead while the No. 90 of Alex Rodriguez moved to the inside of the No. 53 of David Noah for second. Christner threw the No. M60 high and got a little sideways, scrubbing off precious speed and allowing the No. 90 of Rodriguez to catch his bumper. Rodriguez guided the No. 90 abreast of the No. M60 of Christner, then took the lead away with three laps left and took home the win.

Fast Dash – 10 Laps

The No. 99JR of Ryan Raley Jr. shot up the track and allowed the No. 49 of Chris Cox to take the lead, while the pack went two- and three-wide behind them. The No. 23 of Jordan Abeyta quickly reeled in the No. 99JR of Raley, hauling the No. 9 of Brent Cave with him, who took over third place. Cox’s lead would be uncontested, and the No. 49 took the checkers in first.

Feature – 25 Laps

Cave’s No. 9 led the first lap, but then, chaos broke loose on the front stretch. Just as Lap 2 was in the books, No. 23 of Abeyta and the No. 9 of Cave got together coming out of Turn 4. Abeyta’s No. 23 looked low, and he tried to correct, sending him back up the track and collecting Raley’s No. 99JR as both cars piled into the wall. Then, the No. 53 of Noah tried to dodge both, but ended up the third car in the wreck, for which a red flag was thrown. Cave’s No. 9 suffered a flat tire and pulled off, handing the lead over to the No. 49 of Cox.

Cox’s No. 49 restarted beside the No. 97 of Kyle Stidham. Cox’s No. 49 once again got to the point, while the No. 11W of Scott Long searched for a way into second around the No. 97 of Stidham, locking bumpers. Cave, after returning to the track, was on a mission, and put the No. 9 back into fifth by Lap 9. Up front, Cox continued to stretch his lead over the No. 97 of Stidham. Rodriguez’s No. 90 entered the conversation for fourth place with the No. 9 of Cave, with the latter coming out on top. Then, Cave’s No. 9 set sights on the No. 11W of Long for third. Cave put up a valiant effort in the No. 9, but couldn’t find a way around Long’s No. 11W, while Cox’s No. 49 crossed the line and took the trophy.

Quick Time: No. 23, Jordan Abeyta, 19.731

Dash: No. 90, Alex Rodriguez

Fast Dash: No. 49, Chris Cox

Feature: No. 49, Chris Cox

Super Modifieds

Dash – 10 Laps

The No. 90D of Frank Denning and the No. 51 of Joe Priselac started up front, with the No. 90D of Denning taking over the lead while the No. 95 of Cris Muhler slipped into second place. On Lap 2, Muhler’s No. 95 took the lead, while the No. 2 of Richie Castor took second place, pulling the No. 8 of Jorden Decenick into third. Decenick’s No. 8 began to reel in the No. 2 of Castor for third, but before he could make a move, he spun into the infield on the last lap, and the No. 95 of Muhler crossed the finish line in first.

Feature – 25 Laps

While the No. 90D of Denning led Lap 1, Muhler’s No. 95 made itself known as a threat right away, surging into second place before smoothly taking the lead away on Lap 2 and setting sail. The No. 4 of Cody Castor passed the No. 90D of Denning shortly thereafter, taking third place, followed closely by the No. 2 of Richie Castor. The No. 27 of Mike Hathaway, meanwhile, quietly entered second place, although he had half a straightaway to cover if he wanted to get close to the No. 95 of Muhler. Then, he found himself under fire of the No. 4 of Cody Castor for second, eventually ceding the position, dropping back to third. Then, the No. 2 of Richie Castor went for a spin in Turn 2 from fourth place, causing a caution. The restart put the No. 95 of Muhler back up front, while the No. 4 of Cody Castor just couldn’t get his car under him and dropped back through the field. Then, a big crash occurred when the No. 27 of Hathaway and the No. 4 of Cody Castor made contact, forcing the latter into the wall, hard.

A single-file restart had the field behind the No. 95 of Muhler, who set sail once he got out front. The No. 02 of Johnny Pickard took over second, while the No. 2 of Richie Castor had recovered from his earlier incident and set out after him. Eventually, Richie Castor’s No. 2 executed the pass and threw his race car after the leader. Muhler’s lead would prove insurmountable by the field, and he went on to win the Super Modified Feature.

Quick Time: No. 2, Richie Castor, 14.168

Dash: No. 95, Cris Muhler

Feature: No. 95, Cris Muhler

Take 5 Oil Change Figure 8s

Dash – 12 Laps

The No. 50 of Justin McKeachie led the first lap over the No. 97 of Adam Gastineau, and the No. 52 of Jared Wall quickly took over second place, demoting Gastineau’s No. 97 to third. The No. 15 of Jereme Wall pulled off the racing surface just three laps in, while the No. 3 of Michael Wolfe Jr. raced neck-and-neck for fourth with the No. 71 of Isaac Martinez. The field got strung out, resulting in a close call with the No. 6C of Cody Palmore and the leader McKeachie in the No. 50. The No. 71 of Martinez sealed the deal for fourth, tailing the No. 97 of Gastineau in third, the No. 52 of Jared Wall in second, and the No. 50 of McKeachie in first.

Feature – 20 Laps

An insane start to the F8 Feature kicked off an equally crazy race, as cars scattered three-wide heading into the first turn. The No. 15 of Jereme Wall was able to return for the Feature and took over third while the No. 71 of Martinez took the lead away from the No. 64 of Michael Kephart, who plummeted back to fourth place. Jereme Wall’s No. 15 was already a threat for the lead, putting pressure on the No. 71 of Martinez for the lead and taking it on Lap 6. Things in The X began to heat up as the pack got strung out, with narrow misses abound – but when a wreck occurred, it was between two cars going the same direction, as the No. 3 of Wolfe got into the back end of the No. 67 driven by Kaleigh Swenson, spinning her in the infield. On the restart, the No. 71 of Martinez presented with a flat right front tire but didn’t let up even as he lost air and sagged on the right side. The No. 52 of Jared Wall took over second place and began to hunt down the No. 15 of Jereme Wall, dodging slower cars at the tail-end of the lead lap through The X. Jereme Wall’s No. 15 didn’t slow down at all through the crossroads, and opened a massive lead over the rest of the field, getting sideways for one last dodge through The X after the checkered flag dropped.

Dash: No. 50, Justin McKeachie

Feature: No. 15, Jereme Wall


Super Late Models - 40 Laps

  1. 11 Darren Robertson - Westminster

  2. 32 Brett Yackey - Greeley

  3. 82 Michael Scott - Hillsdale, WY

  4. 22 Chris Eggleston - Erie

  5. 3C Cassidy Hinds - Arvada

  6. 89 Zach Morris - Greenwood Village

  7. 12 Bruce Yackey - Greeley

  8. 58 Kyle Ray - Littleton

  9. 37 Ethan Hunter - CO Springs

  10. 23 Austyn Radosta - Pueblo

  11. 07 Daniel Mares - Aurora

  12. 23G Scott Blevins - Amarillo, TX

  13. 46 Eric Blackard (R) - Lakewood

  14. 3 John Negri III - Byers

  15. 25 Monty Skinner - Conifer DNS 34 Rudy Vanderwal - LaSalle

Super Stock - 25 Laps

  1. 49 Chris Cox - Brighton

  2. 97 Kyle Stidham - Brighton

  3. 11W Scott Long - Lymon, NE

  4. 9 Brent Cave - Brighton

  5. 90 Alex Rodriguez - Phoenix, AZ

  6. M60 Morris Christner - Elizabeth

  7. 02 Chan Raley - Bennett

  8. 13 Brandon Claiborn - Lafayette

  9. 7 David Robinson - Johnstown

  10. 62 Amber Giles - Fort Collins

  11. 82 Ian Clark - Wheat Ridge

  12. 23 Jordan Abeyta - Denver

  13. 99JR Ryan Raley Jr - Bennett

  14. 53 David Noah - Lakewood

Super Modified - 25 Laps

  1. 95 Cris Muhler - Brighton

  2. 2 Richie Castor - Bennett

  3. 27 Mike Hathaway - Falcon

  4. 02 Johnny Pickard - Pueblo

  5. 21 Michael Troup - Castle Rock

  6. 90D Frank Denning - Wheat Ridge

  7. 4 Cody Castor - Bennett

  8. 51 Joe Priselac

  9. 7S Stevie Gallegos - La Jara

  10. 29 Joseph Gallegos DNS 52 Justin Decenick - Loveland DNS 8 Jordan Decenick - Milliken

Figure 8 - 20 Laps

  1. 15 Jereme Wall - Commerce City

  2. 52 Jared Wall - Commerce City

  3. 64 Michael Kephart - Commerce City

  4. 71 Isaac Martinez - Denver

  5. 57Q Kyle Quintrall (R)

  6. 67 Kaleigh Swenson - Strasburg

  7. 97 Adam Gastineau - Aurora

  8. 74 Sam Faus - Lakewood

  9. 3 Michael Wolfe Jr - Thornton

  10. 6C Cody Palmore

  11. 8 Cassidy Creekmore - CO Springs DNS 50 Justin McKeachie


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