Charlie Goes Wild At Seymour


Rod Snellenberger who had to qualify through the last chance race found himself battling Jeremy Wiitala and Bill Kelsey late in the going. Snellenberger secured second but it was to little to late as Czarapata took the checkers and the win. Snellenberger second, Wiitala was third, Kelsey fourth and Wagner worked back to fifth.

Jerry Kope made a three wide pass late the going winning the Street Stock main.

Jerry Kope’s teammate Jon Ashcraft jumped to an early lead and looked to be the car to beat. Several mid race cautions kept the field close. As Ashcraft and Summers battled each other, Kope saw his opening in the middle groove, making it three wide passing Summers and Ashcraft.

Kope led the rest of the way scoring a clean sweep. Summers scored a strong second, Ashcraft third, Dan Davister who hasn’t raced in several years placed fourth and Jeff Jungwirth made a late race charge to fifth.

Jeremy Cota came home a winner earning a clean sweep in the IMCA Sport Mod feature.

JJ Anderson pulled away early with Tyler Wilson giving chase. Defending champion Josh Long fought his way to second spot as Wilson was forced to the pits with problems. A late caution set up a five lap dash to the checker. Cota used this to his advantage slipping by Anderson for the lead and never looked back winning the feature.

Anderson had to settle for second, Tracy Wassenberg gave the fans their monies worth placing third after starting in row ten. Long fourth and Steve Schneider rounded out the top five after a rough start.

Jeff Curtin dropped the hammer when the green flag flew leading every lap on his way to a clean sweep in the Fastrak Late Models. Jeff Wickersheim second, Wayne Block third, family members Adam Janke and Derek Janke rounded out the top five.

Brian Johnson outlasted defending champion Calvin Stueck to win the Sport Four feature. The win was Johnson’s second of the weekend after winning at 141.