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Young guns Chris Eggleston and Dominic Ursetta put on a race for the ages at CNS

Gillett Vet Clinic Super Late Models #6 Dominic Ursetta and #55 Jesse Runkle paced the Gillett Vet Super Late Models for a 40 lap feature event but when the green flag dropped Ursetta’s car stuttered and he quickly fell back to 4th position. Ursetta’s bobble allowed #22 Chris Eggleston to leapfrog Runkle to the front of the pack and begin to build a lead.

#31 Rick Smith and #12 Bruce Yackey were racing for 5th and 6th spots when the two made contact in turn two 2 sending both cars spinning and bringing out the yellow flag. Smith’s car suffered the lions share of the damage while Yackey’s car was able to stay on the track but ended his chances for the win.

Ursetta appeared to be the fastest car on the track as he worked back around #11 Darren Robertson and #55 Runkle to take 2nd place and begin to track down Eggleston who had accumulated a rather large lead. As the laps ticked down Ursetta caught Eggleston and began to work him for position.

With just 10 laps to go in the race Ursetta got on the low side of Eggleston and pulled even with the 22 car. For the remainder of the race the two cars battled side by side with Ursetta low, and Eggleston high. Ursetta seemed to have the faster car in turns 1 and 2 but Eggleston was quicker in 3 and 4. As the race came to a close the packed house at CNS moved to the edge of their seat in anticipation as nobody could predict which of these drivers would lead the final lap.

When the checkered flag flew it was Eggleston crossing the line just feet in front of Ursetta. In winner’s circle Egglston praised Ursetta for racing him clean and putting on one of the best races in recent memory at CNS. Behind the leaders Runkle and Robertson put on a great show of their own with Runkle taking 3rd and Darren settling for 4th.

MAIN EVENT: #22 Chris Eggleston FAST DASH: #22 Chris Eggleston DASH: #7 Adam Deines QUICK TIME: #12 Bruce Yackey 16.118

SUNOCO Grand American Modifieds A scary moment marked the start of the Grand American Modified feature when #52 Jared “Wally” Wall from Commerce City Colorado smacked the turn one wall hard when a scramble at the front of the field left him no place to go. Thankfully Wally was uninjured in the crash but his night was through. After the cleanup the race resumed and #8 Dan Alamaa from Colorado Springs began to build a small lead on the field with only #95 Dave Finley in his rear view mirror. #0 Ron O’Neil did a marvelous job holding off perennial race favorite #77 Jeff Hansen, with #21 Jeff Hunter and 22u Dominic Ursetta close behind. Alamaa never looked back and went on to win his first ever feature event at CNS. Finley finished 2nd, O’Neil come in 3rd with Hansen and Hunter settling for 4th and 5th.

MAIN EVENT: #8 Dan Alamaa FAST DASH: 22u Dominic Ursetta DASH: #41 Alan Smith QUICK TIME: #21 Jeff Hunter 17.150

NTC Logistic Super Stocks A large field of Super Stocks rumbled to the green flag with #02 Darrell Stewart and #99 Michael Navaro on the front row. Stewart slowed on the first lap and cars scrambled to get by him without incident. At the back of the pack the two number 12 cars got together and crashed on the front straight, both #12 Joel Perry and 12x Brent Miller were uninjured in the crash. When the race resumed it was #33 Bear Lynch powering to the front in determined fashion but he wasn’t alone as #0 Andrew Muse was hot on his tail. The best battle on the track was for 3rd place as #88 David Rothrock, #46 Rick Lothert, and #3 Michael Cox were putting on a show passing lapped cars and battling for position but none of them had anything for Lynch who took the checkered and Muse who followed closely in 2nd place.

MAIN EVENT: #33 Bear Lynch FAST DASH: #33 Bear Lynch DASH: #95 Dave Finley QUICK TIME: #33 Bear Lynch 19.591

ERA Supermodifieds Just 7 Supermodifieds hit the track for their feature event but as usual the extreme speed and the roar of their raw horsepower was a fun sight for the fans. An early caution flag was displayed when the leader #15 Josh Lewis slowed in a cloud of smoke and #51 Joe Priselac spun into the turn 4 infield. On the restart teammates #2 Richy Castor Jr. and #3 Harold Evans powered past the field and took a commanding lead. Evans couldn’t catch Castor who began to build his lead while passing slower cars. Castor took the win followed by Evans, #14 Joe Gallegos, #1 Jason Castor, and #51 Joe Priselac.

MAIN EVENT: #2 Richie Castor Jr. FAST DASH: #3 Harold Evans QUICK TIME: #2 Richie Castor 14.422

Whittar Racing Trains The Last Call Train won a feature event which included some awesome 3 abreast action as well as some sparks and near misses in the X.

MAIN EVENT: 86 Last Call

Super Late Models Pos No. Name Hometown Car Info 1. 22 Chris Eggleston Thornton CO 13 Lefthander Chevy 2. 6 Dominic Ursetta Arvada CO 2013 Port City Impala SS 3. 55 Jesse Runkle Lakewood CO 11 Howe 4. 11 Darren Robertson Westminster CO 13 Victory Circle Chevy Impala 5. 39 Jack Nugent Lafayette CO Lefthander 6. 66 Darren Bucklan Greeley CO 13 Lefthander Chevy 7. 27 Roger Avants Littleton CO 2010 Monte Carlo 8. 84 Matt Zwingelberg Aurora CO SS Fusion 9. 7 Adam Deines Longmont CO 97 Cutlass 10. 12 Bruce Yackey Greeley CO 12 Port City Impala 11. 91 Chris Atkinson Cheyenne WY 11 Lefthander Monte Carlo 12. 33 Emett Grazier Wheatridge CO Port City Chevy 13. 23 Davin Fisbeck Thornton CO 07 Pathfinder 14. 51 Eric Meisner Brighton CO 13 Howe Toyota Camry 15. 95 Dave Finley Brighton CO 13 Port City Impala 16. 26M Nick Martinez 17. 31 Rick Smith Gering NE 13 Chevy SS

Grand AMerican Modifieds Pos No. Name Hometown Car Info 1. 8 Dan Alamaa Colorado Springs CO 95 Modified 2. 95 Dave Finley Brighton CO 12 Dodge 3. 0 Ron O’Neil (R) Colorado Springs CO 13 Moon Stealth 4. 77 Jeff Hansen Berthoud CO 08 FSR/5 5. 21 Jeff Hunter Brighton CO 13 Dave Garmin Corvette 6. 22u Dominic Ursetta 7. 18A Blane Lujan 8. 44 Justin Case Brighton CO 9. 55 Dean-O Olson Canon City CO 57 Bel Air 10. 41 Alan Smith 11. 52 Jared Wall (R) Commerce City CO 86 Chevy

Super Stocks Pos No. Name Hometown Car Info 1. 33 Bear Lynch Denver CO 80 Malibu M-80 2. 0 Andrew Mues Arvada CO 78 Seville 3. 46 Richard Lothert Loveland CO 78 Nova 4. 3 Michael Cox Englewood CO 84 Grand Nat’l 5. 88 David Rothrock Jr Golden CO 82 Caprice 6. 6X Josh Parker Broomfield CO 79 Malibu 7. 10T Taylor Bellomy (R) Brighton CO 90 Caprice 8. 61 John Humphrey Cheyenne WY 79 GAM 9. 90 Kyle Patee Thornton CO 86 Grand Prix 10. 8 David Gee (R) Loveland CO 76 Nova 11. 95D Dave Finley Brighton CO 76 Nova 12. 98 Tony Dugan (R) Commerce City CO Monte Cutlass 13. 13H Harry Livermore Jr. Denver CO Chevy Nova 14. 02 Darrell Smith Littleton CO 85 Caprice 15. 99R Ryan Raley Thornton CO 77 Chevy Monte Carlo 16. 9 Curtis Heldenbrand (R) Arvada CO 87 Caprice 17. 6 Phillip Holliday Gering NE 18. 18 Josheph Prante (R) Denver CO 83 Regal 19. 3c Chris Cox Englewood CO 90 Chevy Caprice 20. 99 Michael Navarro (R) 21. 12x Brent Miller Brighton CO 22. 12 Joel Perry (R) 23. 11 Nick Tabor (R) Cheyenne WY 81 Monte Carlo

Supermodifieds Pos No. Name Hometown Car Info 1. 2 Richard Castor Jr 2. 3 Harold Evans 3. 14 Joe Gallegos 4. 1 Jason Castor 5. 51 Joe Priselac 6. 15 Josh Lewis 7. 7s Stevie Gallegos Castle Rock CO Malloy

Trains Pos No. Name Hometown Car Info 1. 86 Last Call 2. 13 Crazy Train 3. 2 Harry & Billy 4. 36 Bad Idea 5. 5 Lange/Johnson 6. 69 Twisted Sister

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