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Up Next -  Great Lakes Nationals!

You can watch the Sunday night replay HERE any time you like! This is a FREE service but it never hurts to send a couple three bucks to help support them. There is a link to donate on that page.

Sunday night was a beautiful evening and the racing was HOT! The Street Stock winner was Jasen Wiley in a good battle with Mike Chlebek Jr.David Hilliker survived an incident when Zach Olger had a flat tire and had to battle with Carl Ries to win the Outlaw Late model event. Johnny "Showtime" Miller had his way with the Flinn Stock field as he went home a winner. Zach Olger pocketed the Open Modified event over Chad Bauer while Chris Keller beat out Kyle Borgman in the Late Model feature. Nate Jones moved from the Pro Trucks to the Pro Stocks and proved his success in the Trucks was no fluke as he held off Jesse Player to win the Pro Stock feature. Andrew Fidler made it two for the weekend as he edged out Ryan Paradise in the Pro Truck feature. More on Monday afternoon.

Night one of the two night Labor Day weekend found Ryan Ruhl beating out Dustin Daggett to win the Engine Pro SOD Sprints presented by ARP feature while Rob Brillhart got out early and held a big lead throughout the rest of the Street Stock feature to go home with the win over Mike VanderMark. Jerry Hunt won the Port City Race Car IMCA Modified
event with Taylor Runions winning big in the Races On The Web Flinn Stocks. The Port City Race Car Pro Stocks was a ten lap battle between Gary VanderMark and Rob Brillhart with the win finally going to VanderMark. The final event of the night was the  Engine Pro Pro Trucks and while the truck was the familiar red and white 14, it was Andrew Fidler bringing it home for the win. Racing continues on Sunday!

On Sunday, August 31st, the Outlaw Late Models with their big sideboards and the annual open Modified event are the star attractions. The Late Models return but the IMCA Mods have the night off. Both nights are sponsored by Anderson Contracting and Renovations. Then on September 12th and 13th, the final event of the season is the Great Lakes Nationals.  The track has lots of camping space available!  Pit gates open at 4 PM and the grandstand gates open at 5PM. Racing begins about 7:30PM. Adult admission to the grandstands is $15 and kids 5-11 are $5. Pit passes are $25.  Further information can be obtained by calling the track office at 989.235.5200.

There is an updated version of the "General Rules" available in a pdf format HERE. I'll try to get it on a page of its own shortly. A printable page of the CMS schedule can be found here: http://crystalmotorspeedway.com/schedule14.pdf   

Pit gates open at 4 PM and the grandstand gates open at 5 PM. Racing begins about 7:30PM. Adult admission to the grandstands is $12 and kids 5-11 are $5. Pit passes are $25. Further information can be obtained by calling the track office at 989.235.5200


In case you wanted to watch the replay of the race, GO HERE.  You can use our exclusive DVR function to jump to any point of the race by clicking on the line directly below the video.
 

If you own or drive at CMS and haven't joined the Engine Pro 'Pay Dirt' program linked below, you may be losing money each week. These are from the nights of July 3rd and 5th.

7-3-14
LM FW - RYAN VANDERVEEN LOST $450
LM LD - MATT PICKARD LOST $225
MOD FW - JIMMY HALE JR LOST $450
MOD LD - MILT MONTGOMERY LOST $225
PS FW - JESSE PLAYTER LOST $100
PS LD - GARY VANDERMARK LOST $175
7-5
SS FW - DENNIS PARKER LOST $450
SS LD - DOUG MCKEOWN LOST $225
PT FW - CARL THAYER LOST $450
PT LD - ROBERT GRIFFIN LOST $225
FS FW - CODY OWEN LOST $450
FS LD - ADAM CHAMPLIN LOST $225

 

All you need to do is buy a single product of each category... use it, sell it, whatever... and you can win. The complete rules are linked below. If you win consistently, you are probably giving away hundreds of dollars.

Unfortunately, front gate admission prices will rise to $12 on 'regular nights' and $15 on 'special nights.' Kids will remain at $5. A season grandstand pass can be obtained for $220. Pit passes remain at $25. In probably the best deal of the year, a family pass for two adults and two kids is only $25! Drivers and their cars must be checked no later than 5:45PM. Due to the tight time schedule, you may only 'call in - check in' once a month.

Get the latest versions of the revised versions of the the Pro Truck rules, Street Stock rules, and the Pro Stock rules.

As announced at the banquet, there is a new rule for the Pro Trucks:

OPTIONAL TRANSMISSION RULE Bert type transmissions will be allowed. If a Bert type transmission is used, you must add an additional 50 lbs on each side in front of the engine plate. Weight may be adjusted for competitive quality. NO BALL SPLINE TRANSMISSIONS WILL BE PERMITTED.

If you can't make it to the track, you can use our exclusive DVR option to see all of the LIVE action or see the replay immediately after the race by visiting this page and then using the slider bar to jump around by visiting this LINK

Special thanks to our long time partners,Engine Pro and ARP for their continued support in bringing you live coverage of the race night events. If you haven't filled out your "Pay Dirt" application from Engine Pro, now is a good time to do so! CLICK HERE for info!


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.

 

August 27, 2011

In the Port City Racing Pro Stock action, defending champion Cheney Newland basically only had to start and finish the feature in order to repeat as the Port City Pro Stock Champion. Mike Husted is really the only person that had a realistic chance at tracking down Chaney and dethroning the champion.

Feature Winner Pro Stocks - Larry Kosloski, August 27, 2011
As far as the feature went on Saturday it was Larry Kosloski who picked up the checkered flag. Gordie Snyder led the first half of the event, but as the handling started to go away on the 17 Kosloski who started 4th made his move and took over the top spot. With his top five finish Newland was able to secure the championship over Husted, Ryan Kent, and Vern Buskirk.

Heat race action went to Gary Buskirk, Jeramie Raby, and Chad Raby.

Final 2012 Points Standings (Top 20)

Pos Car No Driver Points

  1. 54 Chaney Newland 508
  2. 45 Mike Husted 490
  3. 52K Ryan Kent 486
  4. B76 Vern Buskirk 474
  5. 26 Barry Rinard 470
  6. 25 Jacob Headley 460
  7. 1* Gary Buskirk 450
  8. 21K Larry Kosloski 434
  9. 88 Todd Bush 430
  10. 65 Don Rohn 404
  11. 17 Gordon Snyder 388
  12. 3 Scott Bouck 386
  13. 44H Blake Hollenbeck 355
  14. 3H Rodney Heikkila 352
  15. 94 Chad Raby 335
  16. 77H Bret Hollenbeck 330
  17. 33 Doug McKeown, Sr. 320
  18. 24 Reb Marble 316
  19. 80 Jeramie Raby 267
  20. 17M Robert McDonald, Sr. 259


Tonights Results

A Feature

  1. Larry Kosloski (Grand Ledge, MI)
  2. Chaney Newland (, MI)
  3. Barry Rinard (Brant, MI)
  4. Jacob Headley (Belding, MI)
  5. Gordon Snyder (Sumner, MI)
  6. Derek Schestag (Ashley, MI)
  7. Mike Husted (Ionia, MI)
  8. Ryan Kent (Greenville, Mi)
  9. Gary Buskirk (Stanton, MI)
  10. Vern Buskirk (Crystal, MI)
  11. Chad Raby (Riverdale, MI)
  12. Tim Sooy (Stanton, MI)
  13. Blake Hollenbeck (Sidney, MI)
  14. Scott Bouck (Coral, MI)
  15. Josh Loomis (Weidman, MI)
  16. Todd Bush (Hudsonville, MI)
  17. Jeramie Raby (Riverdale, MI)
  18. Don Rohn (Sheridan, MI)
  19. Glenn McGrath (Elwell, MI)
  20. Bobby Lynn (Sheridan, MI)

B Feature

  1. Tim Sooy (Stanton, MI)
  2. Derek Schestag (Ashley, MI)
  3. Chad Raby (Riverdale, MI)
  4. Josh Loomis (Weidman, MI)
  5. Bobby Lynn (Sheridan, MI)
  6. Glenn McGrath (Elwell, MI)
  7. Jeramie Raby (Riverdale, MI)
  8. Blake Hollenbeck (Sidney, MI)
  9. Rodney Heikkila (Vestaburg, MI)
  10. Reb Marble (Ithaca, MI)
  11. Doug McKeown, Sr. (Sidney, MI)
  12. Ryan Teeter (Crystal, MI)


Heat 1

  1. Gary Buskirk (Stanton, MI)
  2. Derek Schestag (Ashley, MI)
  3. Don Rohn (Sheridan, MI)
  4. Blake Hollenbeck (Sidney, MI)
  5. Gordon Snyder (Sumner, MI)
  6. Vern Buskirk (Crystal, MI)
  7. Reb Marble (Ithaca, MI)
  8. Chaney Newland (, MI)
  9. Ryan Teeter (Crystal, MI)

Heat 2

  1. Jeramie Raby (Riverdale, MI)
  2. Todd Bush (Hudsonville, MI)
  3. Mike Husted (Ionia, MI)
  4. Tim Sooy (Stanton, MI)
  5. Barry Rinard (Brant, MI)
  6. Doug McKeown, Sr. (Sidney, MI)
  7. Glenn McGrath (Elwell, MI)
  8. Scott Bouck (Coral, MI)


Heat 3

  1. Chad Raby (Riverdale, MI)
  2. Jacob Headley (Belding, MI)
  3. Bobby Lynn (Sheridan, MI)
  4. Larry Kosloski (Grand Ledge, MI)
  5. Rodney Heikkila (Vestaburg, MI)
  6. Josh Loomis (Weidman, MI)
  7. Ryan Kent (Greenville, Mi)

Late Models Points Leaders

1. Scott Baker - 510
2. M Pickard - 482
3. J Borton (R) - 478
4. Zack Olger - 413
5. D Huizenga - 411

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Pro Stock Points Leaders

1. Josh Loomis - 584
2. J. Playter - 541
3. R. Brillhart - 535
4. Don Rohn - 530
5. B Hollenbeck - 525
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IMCA Mods Points Leaders

1. A.J. Ward - 633
2. M DeYoung - 605
3  C Wernette - 579
4. J DeYoung Jr - 568
5. Jimmy Hale Jr - 525

Street Stock Points Leaders

1   K Prochazka - 634
2. M VanderMark - 611
3. D McKeown Sr - 577
4. D Crandall - 510
5. Christina Haney - 508
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Pro Truck Points Leaders

1. Nate Jones - 643
2. Curtis Rice - 617
3. P Grosnickle (R) - 598
4. R Paradise - 580
5. J McKeown - 543
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Flinn Stock Points Leaders

  • 1. Nathan Sage - 555
    2. R Carlson - 548
    3. T Runions (R) - 520
    4. C. Everingham - 493
    5. Justin Stahl - 423 
     
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