DeGRAFF – Shady Bowl Speedway shut out its two-working day Ohio Stock Automobile Festival on Sunday with a whole plan of significant pace, paint-swapping, wall-banging action.
The Harrod Septic Remedies compacts competed in a dust versus asphalt element, with some of the top rated dust drivers hitting the pavement to consider on the Shady Bowl drivers on their residence turf. A total discipline of 25 of the buzz bombs took the eco-friendly, and second-technology driver Daytona Hensley jumped out front at the fall of the inexperienced in the 25-lap party.
Hensley held the direct right up until Dayton’s Bobby Terry took the direct on lap five and opened a comfy guide. Tyler Mahaffey chased Terry’s Seiter Products and services across the line. Jimmy McElfresh was third, with the top filth driver Cody Combs fourth and Devin Glessner fifth. Michael Litchfield was fast qualifier with a 16.862 lap. Steve Obligation won the sprint, with warmth checkereds falling to Terry and Zach Doolin. Doolin was powering the wheel of “Cheap Steak,” named for how tricky it is. The auto has basically been just about totaled twice this yr, but keeps coming back.
The Wooten Automotive and Towing of St. Paris Modifieds had been up up coming. Hayden Wren led lap 1 ahead of Daniel McPherson took command. McPherson led right up until lap 16, when his teammate Kyle Purvis grabbed the direct right after a terrific fight and pushed his One Get in touch with Lawncare sponsored trip to his initial Shady Bowl earn in 2022. Quickly qualifier Chris Parker (13.840) was third just after restarting from the tail subsequent a pit stop. Austin Eaton was fourth and Terry Humphrey fifth. Daniel McPherson received the sprint and Mike Howell took the heat get.
The Bullet Liners of Dayton Thunder Autos were following up. Buck Purtee of Quincy established quick time (15.626). and gained the 30-lap attribute in his L&B Vehicle sponsored Chevy. The get remaining him undefeated in his Thunder Vehicle and gave him four wins for the weekend. Scott Drake, Robert Roush, Tim Hines and Corey Wooten concluded second as a result of fifth
Nick Barrett completed to start with in the Frazier/Parsons Models feature. However, he was disqualified as his vehicle failed a article-race inspection. Sam Marquis was named the winner, with Zach Beaty-Lakins next, Jimmy McElfresh 3rd, Bobby Jo Parsons fourth and Dalton Griffin fifth.
This 7 days, Shady Bowl operator/promoter Rick Youthful will pack up the Shady Bowl folks and head to Kil-Kare Speedway on Friday wherever he will be marketing a unusual race absent from Shady Bowl. The Dave Nagel Excavating Late Styles will headline the party as they contend in the third leg of the Ohio 300 Late Design Collection. Josh Smith of Quincy at the moment leads the factors for the collection (147), adopted by Don Mahaffey Jr. 134, Jim Lewis Jr. 131, Chad Pendleton 124 and Mike Stacy 120. The Harrod Septic Options Compacts, the Bullet Liners of Dayton Thunder Cars and trucks and the Frazier/Parsons Patterns FOMOCO Cruisers will also be on hand. Racing starts off at 7:30 p.m.
On Saturday, racing returns to Shady Bowl wherever it will be race vehicle rides for youngsters. The Wooten Vehicle and Towing of St. Paris Modifieds, the Wooten’s Automotive and Towing of Urbana Road Stocks, the Harrod Septic Options Compacts and the Bullet Liners of Dayton Thunder Autos will be competing,
Racing will get started on Saturday at 6:30 p.m.
Buck Purtee of Quincy (pictured) received the the Bullet Liners of Dayton Thunder Autos on Sunday at Shady Bowl. Purtee set the brief time (15.626) and gained the 30-lap function in his L&B Automobile-sponsored Chevy. The gain left him undefeated in his Thunder Automobile and gave him 4 wins for the weekend.