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Cold Night - Hot Racing Action!  

With a full grandstands and 128 cars in the pits, it was a great night at CMS. Shelbie Shank won a hotly contested Flinn Stock race and A. J Ward made his way forward from mid pack to take the IMCA win. Scott Baker powered his way to the Late Model win while Nate Jones topped the Pro Stock division. Joel Field bested a tight race as he came home triumphant in the Street Stock division and Curtis Rice won a thriller in the Pro Trucks. The night was sponsored by C&L Trucking of Ionia. You can watch a replay of the night HERE by using the slide bar under the video player. This will remain on the site until next week. Results and photos are now posted in their indvidual results links above.

Next week at Crystal Motor Speedway finds the SOD Sprints making their first of three visits to CMS. The Pro Stocks have the night off to make room for the traveling series. Pit gates open at 4:30 and the main grandstand gates open at 5PM. Racing begins at 7:30. Adults are $15 and kids 5-11 are $5. Pit passes are $25. More information can be obtained by calling the track office at 989.235.5200

We will be live streaming the races tonight starting about 7:25 or so and you can watch on your pc HERE while I-Pad users can watch HERE. You can test your device before the races begin by clicking on one of the previous links as we have a 24/7 stream of races from 2014 running.
 
Are You Up To Date?? PC users should update their Flash Player at https://get2.adobe.com/flashplayer and their Shock Wave Player at https://get2.adobe.com/shockwave" and occasionally, you need to update your Java at https://www.java.com All are free downloads. If you are using a mobile device, understand that our upload stream can sometimes over power a device's ability to keep up. Make sure your Internet connection will hold the necessary download speed!
 
The 2015 rules packages are here: LATE MODEL, IMCA, PRO STOCK, STREET STOCK, and the GENERAL CMS RULES. The 2015 SCHEDULE IS HERE.

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For those that intend to have minors entering the pits, here is the minor release form to have pre-filled out. PLEASE NOTE! "Legal" people say you need to do one of two things. Fill it out and have it notarized or fill it out but don't sign it until you are at the track so track officials can countersign it. Other forms will be posted here shortly.

 

April 21, 2012

Nineteen Kentucky Fried Chicken Late models were on hand tonight. The thirty lap feature slowed early when, on lap three, the 88 machine of Bob Findley lost an axle and came to a stop in turn three. On The restart Kyle Borgman, the Tri-City champion in 2011, went around on his own and the field slowed yet again.

 

Tom Dusen<br />Feature Winner Late Models - April 22, 2012
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It was another tough night for Michigan Motorsport Hall of Famer Roger Wing, as he got lose and multiple cars spun to avoid the 55w, bringing out the third caution of the night.

Another restart and another car lost the rear end as the nine machine of Dean Huizenga spun his wheels, and four cars were collected trying to avoid. The final spin of the feature was by Scott Nieman who, on lap twenty, collected Scott Baker just as he took the lead.

Baker, last weeks feature winner, was able to continue and a furious battle ensued between he and Tom Dusen. Dusen was able to hold on for the last eight laps, picking up his first feature win of 2012, and stopping Baker from scoring back to back features.

Justin Robinson was third, Matt Pickard fourth and rounding out the top five was Dean Huizenga.

Early heat race action was dominated by former champion Tom Dusen in the first heat and Justin Robinson in heat two.

Also having great heat race runs were Kurt Messman, Josh Knoll, Rob Brillhart, and Carl Reis.