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.: September 8th, 2018 Results:.

Spacek Victorious in Beverly Harris Memorial Super Stock Special

By Kevin Bargender

Randy Spacek acquired his sixth Super Stock feature win of the season at Spring Lake Speedway Saturday night with a strong and consistent performance.
The pole sitter, Chad Gullixson, took an early lead and put space between himself and the rest of the pack.
Spacek moved into the second position before an early race caution came out.
On the restart, Spacek battled Gullixson side-by-side before taking the position from him.
A second caution allowed the third-place driver, Ryan Wiome, to catch Gullixson and ultimately take over the second position.
Wiome began to catch Spacek towards the end of the feature as the two cars navigated through lap traffic but Spacek held on for the victory.
The top five finishers for the Super Stocks were: Spacek, Wiome, Gullixson, Scott Geiger and Aaron Wilson.

Czarapata Wins Caution Filled Modified Feature

Unity – Jason Czarapata endured many cautions to capture the Modified feature race victory Saturday night at SLS.
The pole sitter, Marcus Yarie, held an early lead in the race and seemed destined to end his night in victory circle, but a caution involving Rodney Hurst and Jake Hessler created a restart opportunity for Czarapata.
On the restart, Czarapata moved into the second position and began to challenge for the lead. After a short battle with Yarie, Czarapata took the top spot.
Three more cautions tested the resiliency of Czarapata, but he ultimately persevered through the restarts to win the feature.
Starting from the 15th position, Andy Karl used the four cautions to help make his way through the pack and capture a top five finish.
The top five finishers for the Modifieds were: Czarapata, Yarie, Travis Anderson, Derek Haas and Karl.

Havel Claims Pure Stock Feature

Jason Havel secured another feature victory in the Pure Stock class Saturday night at SLS as he bested the #14 of Leslie Leu for the win.
Havel started fourth but challenged for the lead early in the feature. Leu, the pole sitter, could not hold off Havel long as the battle for the lead lasted only one lap.
Once in the lead, Havel ran quick laps consistently to secure the feature win.
The top five finishers for the Pure Stocks were: Havel, Leu, Dustin Heier, Mike Zitzer and Blaine Gould.
Joshua Vanderleest later defeated Carter Grewe to win the V6 Cruiser feature race.

Genett Back in Victory Circle

Kyle Genett used a dominant performance over the field to seize his second win in less than a month at SLS on Saturday night.
Starting from fourth, Genett challenged for the lead and took it early in the feature race.
As Genett opened a large lead over the field, Trent Nolan challenged Jason Havel for the runner-up spot. After racing nose-to-tail for multiple laps, Nolan passed Havel for the position and held it for the remainder of the feature.
Genett was a half-lap ahead of the rest of the field as he began to encounter lap traffic towards the end of the race. On the final lap, Genett ran into the back of lap traffic in the final turns and a few of the cars spun in front of the leader on the front stretch.
Even through the carnage, Genett muscled his way through the wreckage and took the checkered flag.
The top five finishers for the Street Stocks were: Genett, Nolan, Havel, Ralph Stark and David Hoerning.

Everard Takes Hornet Feature Win

TJ Everard earned a hard-fought feature victory Saturday night at SLS, as he showed the strength to move through the field and hold off challengers.
Jennifer Wegner took an early lead over the field, but Everard and Jake Halterman soon challenged for the top spot.
Wegner got loose on the back stretch which allowed Everard to pass by to take the lead. Midway through the feature, Halterman also passed by Wegner to move into the runner-up position.
Towards the end of the race, Halterman battled Everard side-by-side for the lead but Everard withstood the late push by Halterman to claim the win.
The top five finishers for the Hornets were: Everard, Halterman, Wegner, Tyler Raab and Anthony Everard.

Racing action returns to SLS on both Friday, Oct. 12, and Saturday, Oct. 13, for the fourth annual Autumn Clash. Both nights will include the: A-Mod, B-Mod, Super Stock, Street Stock, Pure Stock and Hornet class racing. Racing begins at 7 p.m. on Friday and 5 p.m. on Saturday.

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