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Saturday is Done...
Well... Mostly! See Ya Sunday!

 

The Races On The Web Flinn Stock division was taken by Benjamin Nott while the Kentucky Fried Chicken Late Model event was postponed until Sunday evening due to a massive pile up in the second lap that involved 15 of the 18 cars in the event. The make up feature will be the first event of the night.  Chad Raby dominated the Port City Racecar Pro Stock feature while the Engine Pro Pro Truck feature went to Andrew Fidler. Myron DeYoung picked up another All-Star Performance IMCA Modified feature with the final feature of the night was the Street Stock feature being taken by Melvin Allen.

Racing action continues Sunday night with the first showing of the Michigan Traditional Sprints joining the lineup with the Flinn Stocks have the night off. The track has plenty of primitive camping available. Pit gates open at 4:30 and the main grandstands opening at 5PM. Adult prices to the grand stands will be $15 while the kids prices remain at $5 and the pit passes are still $25. More information can be obtained by calling the track office at 989.235.5200. The 2015 SCHEDULE IS HERE.

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 The other link for I-pads or I-pods is here
 
Our "R Word" list has topped out at over 1200 people so far. Naturally, I was on the road when Ron called me so I was a bit slow getting it out. When the notification for this cancellation went out, I had over 43 bounce backs. If you had registered and didn't get a notice, PLEASE send me a new request. I deleted the bounce backs from my list. Let's get get the 'lost' home again! You can join our "R Word" list by sending an email or TEXTING to this email address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  If you are on the list and your email has changed, drop me a note!
 
There was a modification to the rules concerning transponders. While it was changed in the rules, I failed to post here it here. This rule was modified April 21st, 2015. It says: "18. Transponders must be mounted on the right side and the back of rear axle and in an orange transponder pouch. If your transponder falls off you may not be scored and you will be responsible for replacing the transponder.Any racer caught trying to modify or deliberately changing location of transponder will be disqualified."  Check with your tech inspector if you have questions.
 
The 2015 rules packages are here: LATE MODEL, IMCA, PRO STOCK, STREET STOCK, and the GENERAL CMS RULES. The 2015 SCHEDULE IS HERE.

You can reach me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. as you have been able to reach me since this site started back in 1993. I have or can get you the honest answer far more often than you can get it on FaceBook. You may find this hard to believe but not everything you read on FB is true.


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.

 

June 23, 2012


  With 36 PRW IMCA modifides in the house positioning in the "b" would be at a premium as only 8 cars outside the top twelve in points would have a shot to make the feature

Feature Winner IMCA Mods - June 23, 2012
 

In the first heat Johnny Deyoung Jr.would pull out to a large early lead and hold on to win over Brody Bowser and Jerry Hunt. In heat two patience paid off for Chad Mauer who was on top over Josh Borton and Tim Tuttle. In the third heat Myron Deyoung made his way around George Weese and would not look back. Wease held on to second and Dan Wiggins was third while in the final heat it was the Portland, Mi native Buzz Lawrence victorious over Armond Holley and Ken Zeigler. With two twelve lap last chance races, and only four moving on from each, all of the competitors in these races would have one goal in mind, put as much distance as they can between them and the one behind them. Josh Borton was able to do just that in the first race as he was able to hold off Tim Tuttle and Clifford Denman. In the final LCQ of the night Milt Montgomery, Johnny Deyoung Jr, and Dan Wiggins made up the top three. For the 25 lap feature Brody Bowser would start on the front row and lead the first third of the race while Jerry Hunt and Paul Grosnickle would work on finding a way around him. As laps would go by it was obvious that the strongest competition that bowser would see would be the defending champion AJ Ward and championship contender Chad Wernette. Bowser took the green flag with five laps to go an Wernette dove to the bottom. Securing the spot going into turn 1, Chad would hold on and take home the checkered flag over Bowser and AJ Ward rounding out the top three.

         
Modifieds      
Pos Car No Driver Points  
1 615 Chad Wernette 402  
2 90V Robert Hutson 384  
3 7D Myron DeYoung 361  
4 776 Rusty Zeigler 348  
5 76 Greg Wiles 343  
6 20W A.J. Ward 330  
6 54M Chad Maurer 330  
8 8 Jerry Hunt 313  
8 776K Ken Zeigler 313  
10 21 Glen Moon 285  
11 78 Brody Bowser 283  
12 11 Mike Shanteau 276  
13 28 Paul Grosnickle 272  
14 0M,42W Milt Montgomery 270  
15 111 Josh Borton 262  
16 55 Armond Holley, Jr. 217  
17 84 Tim Tuttle 206  
18 19F Joe Fowler 200  
19 8H Brennen Hunt (R) 199  
20 87 Robert Putt 190