Ursetta Sweeps Mountain View Fire and Rescue Night

(06-27-2015 Dacono Colorado) Dominic Ursetta swept the Gillet Vet Clinic Super Late Model portion of the Mountain View Fire and Rescue Night CNS as did Brett Yackey in the Great Scott’s Eatery Super Stocks. Jeremy Barclay shocked the SUNOCO Fuels Grand American Modified division winning his first feature by a wide margin and Richie Castor Jr. brought home the win in the ERA Supermodifieds.

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Super Late Models thrill the crowd on Mountain View Fire and Rescue night at CNS (Starr photo)


Gillet Vet Clinic Late Models

Rookie driver #58 Kyle Ray started the 40 lap Gillet Vet Clinic Super Late Model feature on the pole position along side #66 Darren Bucklen. While the two driver jostled for the lead a huge wreck on the front straightaway quickly brought the race to a halt. #39 Jack Nugent, #11 Darren Robertson, #31 Rick Smith, #12 Bruce Yackey, #29 Matt Brunker and #25 Monte Skinner were all involved in the melee. Unfortunately for Robertson his car was the only one that was damaged too badly to continue. Yackey raced off to the pits to make some cosmetic repairs to his car and returned in time to join the restart.

Darren Bucklen took advantage after the race resumed and built a large lead on #84 Matt Zwingleberg and #58 Kyle Ray. #74 Dan “the savage man” Savage worked his way into 2nd place with #6 Dominic Ursetta right behind. Yet as Ursetta attempted to pass Savage the two cars made contact in turn three and Savage spun bringing out the caution. Savage would be sent to the rear as it was ruled that Ursetta had the inside line and Savage came down on him causing the spin.

#6 Dominic Ursetta and #66 Darren Bucklen battle for the lead (Starr photo)

#6 Dominic Ursetta and #66 Darren Bucklen battle for the lead (Starr photo)


There were still 33 laps remaining and on the restart Ursetta began to challenge Bucklen for the lead. With Bucklen riding the high line and Ursetta down low the two drivers raced side by side for dozens of laps both fighting for the lead.

It was a valiant effort but eventually Bucklen began to fade and Ursetta took command of the race and built a large lead on the field. Ursetta then cruised to the win with Bucklen settling for second spot. Zwingleberg finished a strong third and Roger Avants in the #27 car grabbing fourth. In fifth place was #12 Bruce Yackey who did a fantastic job working back up through the field with a damaged car after the early crash in the feature.

A jubilant Dominic Ursetta celebrates in winner's circle  (Starr photo)

A jubilant Dominic Ursetta celebrates in winner’s circle (Starr photo)


The Super Late Models return to CNS for the HUGE 4th of July race next Saturday.

FEATURE: #6 Dominic Ursetta FAST DASH: #6 Dominic Ursetta

DASH: #11 Darren Robertson QUICK TIME: #6 Dominic Ursetta 16.202


SUNOCO Fuels Grand American Modifieds

Possibly the biggest surprise of the night was in the SUNOCO Fuels Grand American Modified feature where #17 Jeremy Barclay led every lap winning his first ever feature in the division. Barclay started on the pole inside of 57b Brady Balderston and set sail never looking back on route to a huge win.

#17 Jeremy Barclay cruised to his first ever Grand American Modified win (Starr photo)

#17 Jeremy Barclay cruised to his first ever Grand American Modified win (Starr photo)


When the checkered dropped the only car within a straightaway of Barclay was #77 Jeff Hansen. Behind Hansen was #0 Ron O’Neil in third. #95 Cris Muhler finished fourth and #88 Jeff Walbaum took home fifth spot.

Jeremy Barclay celebrate sin winner's circle at CNS (Starr photo)

Jeremy Barclay celebrate sin winner’s circle at CNS (Starr photo)


FEATURE: #17 Jeremy Barclay FAST DASH: #88 Jeff Walbaum QUICK TIME: #77 Jeff Hansen 17.441


Great Scott’s Eatery Super Stocks

It was all Brett Yackey in the Super Stock division as he set quick time, won the fast dash and took the feature completing a full sweep of the Mountain View Fire and Rescue Night at CNS. In both the fast dash and the feature Yackey had to contend with #3 Michael Cox who appeared to be the only car that had any shot at the young Yackey. In the fast dash Cox and Yackey were banging doors which led to some extra curricular activities as the two cars exited the track. However in the feature cooler heads prevailed and both drivers raced clean. Yackey eventually built a large lead on Cox and the rest of the field until the checkered flag flew.

#32 Brett Yackey battles #3 Michael Cox in the early stages of the Super Stock feature (Starr photo)

#32 Brett Yackey battles #3 Michael Cox in the early stages of the Super Stock feature (Starr photo)


Behind Yackey and Cox, #9 Curtis Heldenbrand finished third, #57 Dylan Binford was fourth and #23 George Gallegos rounded out the top five. The Great Scott’s Eatery Super Stocks return to CNS on Saturday July 4th.


FEATURE: #32 Brett Yackey FAST DASH: #32 Brett Yackey DASH: #23 George Gallegos QUICK TIME: #32 Brett Yackey 19.826


ERA Supermodifieds

Super modified #13 Ricky Otts bolted from his sixth place starting spot in the ERA Supermodified feature to take the lead early in the race. A scary moment in the feature involved #34 Randy Whitman who hit the wall hard climbing up sideways along the concrete before coming to a rest in turn one. Whitman was uninjured but his night would be over.

#2 Richie Castor Jr. goes under #13 Ricky Otts on route to the feature win in the Supermodifieds (Starr photo)

#2 Richie Castor Jr. goes under #13 Ricky Otts on route to the feature win in the Supermodifieds (Starr photo)


On the restart Otts began to distance himself from the field but after a couple late race cautions his car began to faulter and #2 Richie Castor Jr. took over the lead and won the race. Roger “the ice-man” Avants in the #27 car finished second while #3 Harold Evans took third. Otts settled for fourth and #51 Joe Prisilac was fifth.


FEATURE: #2 Richie Castor Jr. FAST DASH: #15 Josh Lewis DASH: #34 Randy Whitman QUICK TIME: #58 Kyle Ray 13.976


Witthar Racing Trains

FEATURE: #86 Last Call Train – Jared “Wally” Wall.

Jared Wall (left) and Kelly Villers (right) in winner's circle after dominating the Train feature. (Starr photo)

Jared Wall (left) and Kelly Villers (right) in winner’s circle after dominating the Train feature. (Starr photo)


OFFICIAL RESULTS


Super Late Models Pos No. Name Hometown 1. 6 Dominic Ursetta Arvada 2. 66 Darren Bucklen Greeley 3. 84 Matt Zwingleberg Parker 4. 27 Roger Avants Littleton 5. 12 Bruce Yackey Greeley 6. 78 Darren Crocker Brighton 7. 31 Rick Smith Gering 8. 74 Dan Savage Aurora 9. 80 Ray Daniels Monument 10. 39 Jack Nugent Lafayette 11. 91 Chris Atkinson Cheyenne 12. 58 Kyle Ray(R) Littleton 13. 25 Monty Skinner Black Hawk 14. 29 Matt Brunker(R) Lakewood 15. 11 Darren Robertson Westminster



Super Stocks Pos No. Name Hometown 1. 32 Brett Yackey Greeley 2. 3 Michael Cox Englewood 3. 9 Curtis Heldenbrand Arvada 4. 57 Dylan Binford Lakewood 5. 23 George Gallegos Lakewood 6. 2 Darrell Smith Littleton 7. 30 Jared Keener Westminster 8. 51j Jax Hughes Lakewood 9. 10t Stephanie Brown Littleton 10. 18 Robert Davey Aurora 11. 26 Taylor Dragoon(R) Aurora 12. 82 Jacob Lira 13. 56 Eric Pierce Mead 14. 90 Kyle Patee Thornton 15. 60 Riley Pierce Platteville 16. 20 David Schmidt Westminster 17. 9 John Patee Thornton 18. 22 Justin Upmeyer (R) Evans



Grand American Modifieds Pos No. Name Hometown 1. 17 Jeremy Barclay(R) Thornton 2. 77 Jeff Hansen Berthoud 3. 0 Ron ONeil Colorado Springs 4. 95 Cris Muhler Brighton 5. 88 Jeff Walbaum Brighton 6. 33 Emett Grazier Wheatridge 7. 57B Brady Balderston Parker 8. 13 Darin Clark 9. 55g Gary Land (R) Littleton 10. 44 Justin Case Brighton



Supermodifieds Pos No. Name Hometown 1. 2 Richard Castor JR Bennett 2. 27 Roger Avants 3. 3 Harold Evans Littleton 4. 13 Ricky Otts New Caney TX 5. 51 Joe Priselac Commerce City 6. 4 Cody Castor Bennett 7. 1j Luke Johnson (R) 8. 40 Harry Stone Broomfield 9. 15 Josh Lewis Aurora 10. 58 Kyle Ray Littleton 11. 34 Randy Whitman Ft. Collins DNS 2 Johnny Pickard Pueblo



Trains Pos No. Name Hometown 1. 86 Jared Wall KellyVillers 2. 13 Taylor Bellamy 3. 5 Alex Zach 4. 1776 Brian Galvin Mark Galvin 5. 69 Tammy Lizzy DNS 7 Jack Nugent

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