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Bacon takes runaway victory in Midgets, King wins in Micros at Macon


Brady Bacon takes runaway victory in POWRi Midgets, Dereck King wins in POWRi  Micros at Macon
MACON, Ill. (May 18, 2013)—Brady Bacon drove to a runaway victory in the POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget Series and Dereck King won his second feature of the season in the POWRi Speedway
Motors 600cc Outlaw Micro Series on Saturday at Macon Speedway.
Bacon led the final 29 of the 30-lap feature on the one-fifth mile track and finished a quarter-lap ahead of
Tyler Thomas. It was the sixth career victory in POWRi Midgets for the 22-year-old from Broken Arrow, Okla.
“I need that money in my pocket,” Bacon said. “It’s been a long winter. We’ve had a lot of rain outs and the money just hasn’t been coming in like it needs to be.”  Bacon, driving a Spike-Esslinger for car owner Scott Ronk, earned $2,000.
Thomas seriously challenged Bacon twice, but cautions stopped his charges. “We had a fast car and I got past Bacon twice with slide jobs, but the cautions came out and put me in back of him,” the 17-year-old from Collinsville, Okla., said. “I didn’t have much for Brady after that.”
Thomas and Thomas Meseraull of San Jose, Calif., spent the second half of the race dueling with slide jobs at both ends of the track. Meseraull finished third. “It was a blast,” Thomas said. “I have to thank T-Mez for racing me as clean as he did. We were both racing extremely hard.”
Meseraull was a couple of car lengths short of Thomas at the checkered flag.
“I just couldn’t get it done,” he said. “It was a fun race.”
Bryan Clauson finished fourth, followed by Zach Daum in a strong field with 43 entries.
King of Vienna, Ill., finished three car lengths in front of 15-year-old Cale Thomas of Fairland, Ind., for
his 22nd career victory in POWRi Micros. The three-time POWRi Micro champion started on the outside of the front row and led all 20 laps.
Aaron Andruskevitch of Riverton, Ill., finished third.
POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget
Series feature results (30 laps): 1. Brady Bacon, 2. Tyler Thomas, 3. Thomas Meseraull, 4. Bryan Clauson, 5. Zach Daum, 6. Jake Blackhurst, 7. Andrew Felker, 8. Colten Cottle, 9. Tyler Robbins, 10. Justin Peck, 11. Tanner Thorson, 12. Justin Grant, 13. Park Price Miller, 14. Shane Cockrum, 15. John Campbell, 16. Austin Brown, 17. Terry Babb, 18. Jerry Coons Jr., 19. Chris Bell, 20. Matt Ponder, 21. Matt Sherrell, 22. Nick Knepper.
POWRi Speedway Motors 600cc Outlaw Micro Series feature results (20 laps): 1. Dereck King, 2. Cale Thomas, 3. Aaron Andruskevitch, 4. Nic Harris, 5. Max Pozsgai, 6. Jeremy Camp, 7. Nathan Benson, 8. Jake Neuman, 9 Devin Feger, 10. Jason Harms, 11. Jimmy Miller, 12. Kyle Schuett, 13. Jeremy Zumwalt, 14. Corey Nelson, 15. Shelby Bosie, 16. Dylan Benscoter, 17. Derek Schuett, 18. Joe Faloon, 19. Greg Northrop, 20. Jeremy Middleton, 21. J.B. Gilbert, 22. Chris Bell.
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POWRi Racing Media Director
Office: 765 246-6335

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POWRI Doesn’t Disappoint!

With a packed house, the POWRi Series did not disappoint. With over 150 cars in all six divisions, it was an exciting night of racing.
In the POWRi Midgets feature, Brady Bacon took the win, with Tyler Thomas in second and Thomas Meseraull coming in third.
In the POWRi Micro Sprints, Dereck King finished first with Cale Thomas in second. Central Illinois was very well represented in the top ten with Nic Harris from Atlanta coming in fourth, Max Pozsgai from Lincoln in fifth, and Jeremy Camp from Blue Mound in sixth.
Gene Reed finished first in the UMP Street Stock feature. Marty Sullivan took first in the UMP Amatuer Hornet feature and Jeff Graham won his first ever UMP Modified feature tonight at Macon Speedway.
Next weekend Macon Speedway will host the “Raminator”, sponsored by Bob Brady Auto Mall on Saturday and NASCAR Stars will be here on Memorial Day, Monday May 27. Don’t miss it!
Feature results:
POWRi Midgets
1. Brady Bacon
2. Tyler Thomas
3. Thomas Meseraull
4. Bryan Clauson
5. Zach Daum
6. Jake Blackhurst
7. Andrew Felker
8. Colten Cottle
9. Tyler Robbins
10. Justin Peck
POWRi Micros
1. Dereck King
2. Cale Thomas
3. Aaron Andruskevitch
4. Nic Harris
5. Max Pozsgai
6. Jeremy Camp
7. Nathan Benson
8. Jake Neuman
9.Devni Feger
10. Jason Harms
UMP Modifieds
1. Jeff Graham
2. Cory Daugherty
3. Joe Strawkas
4. Nick Macklin
5. Danny Smith
UMP Street Stock
1. Gene Reed
2. George Ewing
3 Greg Osman
4. Brian Dasenbrock
5. Thmas Riech
UMP Amatuer Hornet
1. Marty Sullivan
2. Kyle Maxwell
3. Mike McChristy
4. Austin Harbin
5. William Deavers
UMP Hornet
1. Jeremy Reed
2. Adam Webb
3. Fred Reed. Jr.
4. Billy Justice
5. Jared Matherly

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