August 2013 archive

Crowder Takes Street Stock Crown

by Brett Zerfowski
(Macon, IL) – Although Bobby Beiler was fast qualifier and won his heat, he was no match for Argenta’s Kevin Crowder. Leading all 25 laps in the $500-to-win Championship Race, Crowder had the best car of the night and proved it with his dominance. Multiple-groove racing was featured throughout the 19-car field and had frantic competition during the event. Gene Reed took second place. Blake Shelley was third and Mike Pundt., Jr. was fourth.
Many other divisions had the leader go from start-to-finish with the win including the Sportsman where Dave Crawley, Sr. reigned supreme again. Tommy Sheppard, Jr. took the Billingsley Towing Modified A-Main, and Garrett Duff went wire-to-wire in the Micro Sprints.
The Hornet divisions were filled with excitement as Steven Stine raced to the checkered flag with Garth Luka and Brian Offer along for the ride. Stine pulled ahead for the victory as Luka took second in the Stock Hornets. Fred Reed, Jr. went from last-to-first to beat Billy Justice in the Outlaw Hornet feature.
The event also included the awesome power of the monster truck RAMINATOR. He took to the track with furry, crushing card and doing wheelies to amaze the race fans.
Macon Speedway hosts the World Hornet Championships next Saturday night along with a full stock car racing show.

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This Saturday, August 31 Macon Speedway will host the 9th Annual IL State Street Stock Championship. $500 to WIN and $100 to Start. CARS WILL QUALIFY. -UMP Rules Strictly Enforced-Will tech each car. “A” or “H” on rear of car only. For more info, go to

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         (Macon, IL)  This Saturday, August 31, Macon Speedway and Bob Brady Auto Mall have lured the “Raminator” to Macon Speedway for a day of autograph signing, photographs and at the end of the night, and CAR CRUSHING! YES, CAR CRUSHING! Decatur Auto Parts has offered up a few cars for the Raminator to demolish that night. Make sure to bring your cameras!  Kids and adults alike will be thrilled when the 565 cubic-inch supercharged Hemi motor fires up, powering Raminator through an absolutely breath taking exhibition.

         It is also the 9th Annual Illinois State Street Stock championship. Many local and Midwest Street Stocks are expected to be in attendance. The nights Street Stock Championship race will include a $500 dollar to win purse and a four-foot trophy!

        Also that night will be exciting racing featuring the Billingsley Towing UMP Modifieds, UMP Sportsman, UMP 4-cylinder Outlaw Hornets, Stock Hornets and 600cc Mini Sprints.

        Gates will open at 5pm with racing beginning at 7pm. Adult general admission tickets are $15 and kids 11 & under are still free.

Macon Speedway continues its season into September with the Hornet World Championships on Saturday, September 7.

Macon Speedway is located 9 miles south of Decatur, IL on US 51 then 1/2 mile west on Andrews Street, then South on Wiles.

For information, call 217-764-3000. Visit  or for a complete 2013 race schedule and additional information. For quick convenient updates, follow us on Facebook at and Twitter @maconspeedway.

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Shriners Shine for Kids at Macon Speedway

By Brett Zerfowski
(Macon, IL) August 24, 2013 For the fourth time, the Shriners made an appearance at Macon Speedway putting smiles on the faces of kids and bigger smiles on the faces of twelve kids with bicycle giveaways. On the racetrack, however, it was Matt Taylor with the biggest smile by the night’s end.
The 2012 Late Model champion made a pass for the lead on the 17th lap to take control of the race and sealed the deal working the bottom groove for the final 33 laps of the 4th Annual Shrine 50. The race began with Brian Diveley in the lead but could not keep the top spot from the top of the race track. Race favorite Steve Sheppard, Jr. pulled in on lap 21 to inspect the front right of the car. He didn’t return to the race. The race only required three cautions, the last on lap 17, and the final laps were completed without difficulty. Taylor, the third different winner of this four-year race, finished ahead of Dively, Greg Kimmons, Ryan Little and Jason Riggs.
Guy Taylor took advantage of a caution with three laps left to grab the lead from Shelbyville’s Clark Robertson and win the Billingsley Towing Modified feature. Robertson was running perfectly on the bottom but the opportunity came for Taylor and he took advantage. Randy Huffman, who also led laps, finished third with Tommy Sheppard, Jr. in fourth and Rodney Standerfer in fifth.
Dave Crawley Jr. got another Sportman feature, besting Jeremy Nichols and Nick Macklin. Crawley’s fast 5s was quicker than Macklin’s tonight and Nichols just couldn’t get the groove to get momentum for a position change.
Terry Reed started from the pole and won the Street Stock feature. He had challenges from Mike Pickering and Bobby Beiler but couldn’t monster the momentum from the bottom side.
Thad Gee won again in the Stock Hornets, going wire-to-wire for the win, and Adam Webb took top honors in the Outlaw Hornets.
The monster truck RAMINATOR will be here next weekend with the 9th Annual Street Stock Championship race.

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Macon Speedway Shriner Hospitals host Shrine 50 this Saturday, August 24


     (Macon, IL)  Macon Speedway and Shriner Hospitals is excited to sponsor the Shrine 50, a 50-lap feature for Late Models this Saturday night at Macon Speedway, with the winner taking home $1,500! As part of the Shrine 50 night, the Shriners will be giving away six 12″ girls’ bikes and six 12″ boys’ bikes in memory of Robert Weaver who was a big supporter of the Shriners. Tickets for the giveaway may be purchased at the front gate. “We are very excited to bring great racing to the fans of Macon Speedway and help such a worthy cause,” said track owner Bob Sargent. Shriners supports Shriners Hospitals for Children®, an international health care system of 22 hospitals dedicated to improving the lives of children by providing specialty pediatric care, innovative research and outstanding teaching programs. Children up to 18 with orthopedic conditions, burns, spinal cord injuries, and cleft lip and palate are eligible for care at Shriners Hospitals for Children® and receive all services at no financial obligation to families. Macon Speedway is proud to help the Shriners with their mission. Don’t miss your chance to help raise money to support the Shriners hospitals for Children®.

Also racing that night will be the Billingsley Towing UMP Modified, UMP Sportsman, UMP Street Stocks, UMP Outlaw 4-cyl. Hornets and Stock Hornets to entertain the fans along with many special activities planned.

Grandstands open at 5pm with racing at 7pm. Tickets for adults are still $10 if purchased in advance from Shriners or $15 at the gate. Children 11 and under are free!

Next Saturday will be the make-up date for the Raminator, sponsored by Bob Brady Dodge. It will also be the 9th Annual Illinois State Street Stock Championship with the winner taking home $500 and the Championship trophy!

Macon Speedway is located 9 miles south of Decatur, IL on US 51 then 1/2 mile west on Andrews Street, then South on Wiles.

For information, call 217-764-3000. Visit  or for a complete 2013 Race schedule and additional information. For quick convenient updates, follow us on Facebook at and Twitter @maconspeedway.

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Racing recap from August 17th action!

Macon Speedway

(Macon, IL) The Dana Godfrey Memorial and Billingsley Towing, made for an exciting night of racing.



POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget Series completed the 30 lap-event with awesome slide jobs.  Chris Bell taking the checker flag Zach Daum followed to finish second, Jerry Coon Jr., raced hard to a third place finish, Garett Aitken and Brad Kuhn rounded out the top five. Midgets Race Cars at Macon Speedway is becoming a premier series.


POWRi Speedway Motor 600cc Outlaw Micro Series at Macon is very exciting to watch. Cale Thomas, took the checker Aaron Audruskevitvch finished second, Nathan Benson, Andrew Peters and Jeremy camp rounded out the top five.



The Billingsley Towing Modified feature event was full of excitement throughout 25- lap event. TD Burger took first and was also very strong as he led from green to checker, Clark Robertson finished second, Danny Smith fought hard for third place, Joe Strawkas and Nick Macklin rounding out the top five.


Street Stock feature, Bobby Beiler was able to hold off Gene Read to take the checkered flag, Kevin Crowder, Brain Dasenbrock and Terry Reed round out the top five.


Outlaw Hornet driver Jeremy Reed claimed first place, Adam Webb, Elden Hemken, Fred Reed Jr. and Billy Justice rounded out the top five.


Kyle Maxwell was impressive as he won the Stock Hornet feature he was followed by Brain Svoboda, Garth Luka, Tharin Reno, and Mike McChristy.


Macon Speedway will prepare for the Shrine 50. The Shriners will give away 12 Bicycles. Racing that night will be the Late Models, Billingsley Towing Modifieds, Sportsman, Street Stocks, Outlaw Hornets and Stock Hornets. For more information go to

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Zach Daum takes POWRi Midget championsh​ip lead into Lincoln, Macon, Angell Park

CaptureMAVTV_ScriptTagline_fPowri2013Zach Daum has surged into the championship lead in the POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget Series, overtaking Andrew Felker with an impressive midseason run that includes two victories and three second place finishes in the past nine races heading into events Friday (Aug. 16) at Lincoln (Ill.) Speedway, Saturday’s Dana Godfrey Memorial at Macon (Ill.) Speedway and Sunday’s Miller Lite Cornfest at Angell Park Speedway in Sun Prairie, Wis.

Daum leads Felker, 2,420-2,320. He trailed Felker by 360 points prior to POWRi’s June 28 event at Bloomington (Ind.) Speedway. The 22-year-old from Pocahontas, Ill., won at Bloomington and Felker was fourth. The 20-year-old from Carl Junction, Mo., followed with four straight top-eight finishes to lead by 340 points, but Daum has out-scored the 2012 POWRi National Midget champion by 440 points in the past four races.

Daum has driven his Toyota-powered Eagle to a victory, two seconds and a ninth in the last four races. Felker has qualified for the feature in the same four, but mechanical problems have prevented him from starting in three. He was second to Daum at Valley Speedway in Grain Valley, Mo., on July 27 in the fourth.

Tyler Thomas of Collinsville, Okla., has climbed back into third with 1,805 points by finishing second, fifth and third in the last three features. Jake Blackhurst of Mapleton, Ill., has five top-eights in the past six features and is fourth with 1,785 points and Austin Brown of Millstadt, Ill., has a victory included in five top-eights in the past six races to hold fifth in the points with 1,645.

Terry Babb of Decatur, Ill., has moved into ninth in the points with 980 with a victory, fourth- and sixth-place finishes in his last three POWRi events.

The events at Lincoln, Macon and Angell Park will be co-sanctioned by Stark Automotive Group/Mid-State Equipment Badger Midget Series. Sunday’s event at Angell Park will also be sanctioned by the Honda USAC National Dirt Midget championship, bringing together three of the nation’s most competitive midget series.

POWRi’s Speedway Motors 600cc Outlaw Micro Series brings its narrowing championship battle between Cale Thomas of Fairland, Ind., and Nathan Benson of Concordia, Mo., to Lincoln and Macon.

The 15-year-old Thomas leads the 29-year-old Benson, 1,780-1,640, with eight events remaining. Benson sliced 60 points off Thomas’ lead with his victory at Belle-Clair Speedway in Belleville, Ill., last Sunday. It was Benson’s third POWRi win of the season. He won at Lincoln on June 7. Thomas also has three wins in 2013, including at Macon on June 8.

Jeremy Camp of Blue Mound, Ill., finished a season-high second to Benson at Belle-Clair and climbed into third in the championship with 1,375 points. The 2010 POWRi Micro champion has five top-fives in 11 events this season.

POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget Series top-10 points standings (after 17 of 30 events):

1. Zach Daum 2,420, 2. Andrew Felker 2,320, 3. Tyler Thomas 1,805, 4. Jake Blackhurst 1,785, 5. Austin Brown 1,645, 6. Brad Kuhn 1,430, 7. Parker Price-Miller 1,235, 8. Garrett Aitken 1,200, 9. Terry Babb 980, 10. Colten Cottle 835.


POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget Series feature winners: Jacksonville, Ill.-Shane Cockrum; Belleville, Ill.-Chris Bell; Macon, Ill.-Brady Bacon; Sun Prairie, Wis.-Michael Pickens; Jacksonville, Ill.-Kyle Larson; Lincoln, Ill.-Michael Pickens; Macon, Ill.-Andrew Felker; Sun Prairie, Wis.-Rico Abreu; Bloomington, Ind.-Zach Daum; Belleville, Ill.-Darren Hagen; Belleville, Ill.-Bryan Clauson; Wilmot, Wis.-Brad Kuhn; Sun Prairie, Wis.-Darren Hagen; Pontoon Beach Ill.-Terry Babb; Cameron, Mo.-Austin Brown; Grain Valley, Mo.-Zach Daum; Belleville, Ill.-Bryan Clauson.


POWRi Speedway Motors 600cc Outlaw Micro Series top-10 points standings (after 11 of 19 events): 1. Cale Thomas 1,780, 2. Nathan Benson 1,640, 3. Jeremy Camp 1,375, 4. Jake Neuman 1,225, 5. Joe B. Miller 1,210, 6. Aaron Andruskevitch 1,095, 7. Dereck King 1,055, 8. Jason Harms 980, 9. Kyle Schuett 795, 10. Max Pozsgai 755.


POWRi Speedway Motors 600cc Outlaw Micro Series feature winners: Jacksonville, Ill.-Dereck King; Belleville, Ill.-Joe B. Miller; Macon, Ill.-Dereck King; Jacksonville, Ill.-Mike Dicely; Lincoln, Ill.-Nathan Benson; Macon, Ill.-Cale Thomas; Bloomington, Ind.-Nathan Benson; Belleville, Ill.-Joe B. Miller; Belleville, Ill.-Cale Thomas; Belleville, Ill.-Cale Thomas; Belleville, Ill.-Nathan Benson.

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Lincoln & Macon Flyer VF       Macon, IL – Macon Speedway, Billingsley Towing and POWRi are proud to announce that the Speedway National Midget and 600cc Outlaw Micro Sprint Series will take center stage at Macon Speedway for the “Dana Godfrey Memorial” on Saturday night, August 17. The night will consist of POWRi Midgets and Micros and our UMP Billingsley Towing Modified division plus our UMP Street Stocks, Outlaw Hornets and Stock Hornets. The event celebrates the life of Dan Godfrey, late wife of longtime chassis builder and owner of Spike Chassis, John Godfrey. Dana was a familiar face at the race track and at the speed shop when the couple owned Stealth Chassis.

The POWRi Series first travels to Lincoln Speedway Friday night, August 16 for a full night of action.

This weekend is a huge open wheel weekend for Central Illinois as the races at the Illinois State Fairgrounds feature the USAC Silver Crown cars on Saturday, August 17 competing in the Tony Bettenhausen 100springfieldstart08 at 2:00 pm. The open wheel action then travels to Macon Speedway on Saturday night as the POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget Series and POWRi Speedway Motors 600cc Outlaw Micro Series join the Billingsley Towing UMP Modifieds, UMP Street Stocks, Outlaw Hornets and Stock Hornets for what looks to be an exciting night of racing at Macon Speedway. Join us back again at the IL State Fair on Sunday with the ARCA Car Series battling for the win in the Allen Crowe Memorial along with the Sportsman Nationals. Sportsman feature starts at noon and the Allen Crowe Memorial will be at 1:35 pm.  Don’t miss your chance to cheer on the local Macon Speedway drivers on Saturday in the UMP Sportsman division as they will compete in the Sportsman Nationals on Sunday!

POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget Series leader Andrew Felker holds an 80-point lead over Zach Daum going into Lincoln (Ill.) Speedway on Friday (Aug. 16). POWRi’s Speedway Motors 600cc Outlaw Micro Series also race on Friday at Lincoln and both series are at Macon (Ill.) Speedway on Saturday (Aug. 17) as well. Cale Thomas has a 200-point lead over Nathan Benson for the championship in the Micros. Lincoln and Macon are the start of the stretch run for POWRi, which has eleven events scheduled to run in the Midgets and Micros. The POWRi series will return to Macon for the final showing on September 21.

Practice_PhotoMacon Speedway will also have a demo show at intermission on Saturday night with Elliot Key. Elliot is 10 years old and he just won first place in both the East and West Youth Nationals Trials events in Moto Trials. Moto Trials is a non-speed event on specialized trials motorcycles. Trials is highly technical and teaches great throttle, balance and machine control. Come out to see Elliot perform his exciting show!

We have lots still planned for 2013 so be sure to come join Macon Speedway for an action packed end to the summer.

Gates will open Friday at Lincoln and Saturday at Macon at 5:00 and racing will start at 7:00.   Adult general admission tickets for both races are $15 and children 11 & under are free.

Macon Speedway is located 9 miles south of Decatur, IL on US 51 then 1/2 mile west on Andrews Street, then South on Wiles.

For information, call 217-764-3000. Visit For quick convenient updates, follow us on Facebook at and Twitter @maconspeedway.

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Macon Speedway race report 8/10/13

(Macon, IL) The Miller Lite Twin 50’s along with 106.7 the Fox and Dale’s Southlake Pharmacy, made for an exciting night of racing.

Midwest Big 10 Late Model series completed the Miller Lite Twin 50 lap-event. Steve Sheppard Jr. taking the checker flag Brian Diveley followed to finish second, Matt Taylor and Rick Standridge rounded out the top five. Sheppard dominated the show by leading all 50 laps en route to his eighth 50-lap feature win during the history of the Lite Beer Twin 50s.

The Billingsley Towing Modified feature event was full of excitement throughout Miller Lite Twin 50- lap event. Jeremy Nichols took first place Guy Taylor finished second, TD Burger fought hard for third place, Randy Huffman and Tommy Sheppard, Jr. rounding out the top five. Nichols was also very strong as he led all 50 laps during the Billingsley Towing Modifieds 50-lap feature event.

Street Stock feature, Jeremy Nichols was able to hold off Gene Reed to take the checkered flag. Mike Pickering, Bobby Beiler and Kyle Waters round out the top five

Nick Macklin in the Sportsman division came through with a nice finish, taking a checkered flag away from Dave Crawley, Jr., who netted a second-place finish. With three laps to go, Macklin used the top to take over the lead and win. Dennis Vandermeersch was third ahead of Tim Bedinger.

Outlaw Hornet driver Jeremy Reed claimed first place, he was followed by Elden Hemken, Adam Webb, Michael Gossett and Fred Reed, Jr.

Matthew Reed was impressive as he won the Stock Hornet feature, starting from the front row. He ran away with the eight-lap race for his second feature win of 2013.

Macon Speedway will prepare for Dana Godfrey Memorial August 17th, which includes the POWRi series. That will be part of a four-race weekend starting at Lincoln Speedway with the POWRi Midget & Micro Sprint Series. There will be two race days at the Springfield Mile during the Illinois State Fair with USAC Silver Crown cars, ARCA stock cars and Sportsman stock cars on Saturday and Sunday. Tickets are available for the races at the Illinois State Fair through Track Enterprises at (217) 764-3200

UMP Late Model – Feature
Finish Start Car Driver Hometown Points
1 2 5S Steve Sheppard New Berlin, Il 50.00
2 4 11D Brian Diveley Springfield , Il 48.00
3 5 27 Greg Kimmons , Il 46.00
4 6 24 Matt Taylor Springfield , Il 44.00
5 9 10R Rick Standridge Collinsville , Il 42.00
6 12 12M Randy Myers Collinsville , Il 40.00
7 14 B8 John Barnard – 38.00
8 7 7M Adam Mefford Jacksonville , Il 36.00
9 16 22K Ken Vandorn New Berlin, Il 34.00
10 11 22 Chris Dick Deland , Il 32.00 DNF
11 1 82 Roger Brickler Springfield , Il 30.00 DNF
12 13 36 Andrew Barnes – 28.00 DNF
13 3 38L Ryan Little Springfield , Il 26.00 DNF
14 15 24S Steve Phillips Neoga , Il 24.00 DNF
15 17 16 Trevor Nickel , Il 22.00 DNF
16 8 28B John Beck Springfield , Il 20.00 DNF
17 10 96 Bobby Brandon – 18.00 DNF

UMP Modified – Feature
Finish Start Car Driver Hometown Points
1 2 10 Jeremy Nichols Shelbyville , Il 50.00
2 7 77T Guy Taylor Springfield , Il 48.00
3 3 32B Td Burger – 46.00
4 9 5H Randy Huffman Maroa , Il 44.00
5 5 T6 Tommy Sheppard Jr Berlin , Il 42.00
6 6 71 Jeff Graham Stonington , Il 40.00
7 12 111 Larry Bunning Decatur , Il 38.00
8 1 9DS Danny Smith Argenta , Il 36.00
9 8 11 Ed Roley – 34.00
10 15 35 Clark Robertson Shelbyville , Il 32.00
11 11 X Wade Wiseman Virden , Il 30.00
12 14 28S Joe Strawkas Buffalo , Il 28.00 DNF
13 13 33 Dave Eckel Lovington , Il 26.00 DNF
14 17 14C Alan Crowder Elwin , Il 24.00 DNF
15 4 31 Steve Ewing – 22.00 DNF
16 16 25 Jeffrey Wallace Decatur , Il 20.00 DNF
17 10 29WD Brian Diveley Springfield , Il 18.00 DNF
18 18 16H Eric Hamilton Macon , Il 0.00 DNS

UMP Sportsman – Feature
Finish Start Car Driver Hometown Points
1 5 16 Nick Macklin Argenta , Il 50.00
2 1 5S David Crawley Jr. Decatur , Il 48.00
3 3 25 Dennis Vandermeersch Springfield , Il 46.00
4 2 B99 Tim Bedinger Taylorville , Il 44.00
5 8 J24 Jeremy Nichols Shelbyville , Il 42.00
6 9 11 Rick Roedel Shelbyville , Il 40.00
7 4 52B Curt Rhodes , Il 38.00
8 6 41 Scott Landers Taylorville , Il 36.00
9 10 9 Mike Pickering Decatur , Il 34.00 DNF
10 11 01 George Ewing Decatur , Il 32.00 DNF
11 7 72 Tom Graham Stonington , Il 30.00 DNF

UMP Street Stock – Feature
Finish Start Car Driver Hometown Points
1 4 61 Jeremy Nichols Shelbyville , Il 50.00
2 1 16 Gene Reed Shelbyville , Il 48.00
3 2 99 Mike Pickering Decatur , Il 46.00
4 3 38X Bobby Beiler Decatur , Il 44.00
5 8 26 Kyle Waters Decatur , Il 42.00
6 7 08 Brian Dasenbrock Decatur , Il 40.00
7 10 58 Thomas Riech Springfield , Il 38.00
8 12 OO Roy Magee Ii Springfield , Il 36.00
9 15 42D Brandon Dick Decatur , Il 34.00
10 11 63 Dave Foster – 32.00 DNF
11 5 15C Kevin Crowder Argenta , Il 30.00 DNF
12 6 33 Justin Hill Lovington , Il 28.00 DNF
13 9 56Z Zach Perryman Decatur , Il 26.00 DNF
14 13 01G Jeff Gill Shelbyville , Il 0.00 DNS
15 14 36 Terry Reed Decatur , Il 0.00 DNS

UMP Amateur Hornet – Feature
Finish Start Car Driver Hometown Points
1 2 4 Matthew Reed Blue Mound, Il 50.00
2 11 98 Kenneth Reed Decatur , Il 48.00
3 1 23S Garrett Lewis Decatur , Il 46.00
4 4 15 Garth Luka – 44.00
5 13 66 Mike Mc Christy Mt. Zion, Il 42.00
6 3 21 Austin Harbin Argenta , Il 40.00
7 7 96L Thad Gee Bloomington , Il 38.00
8 5 88 Brian Svoboda – 36.00
9 15 6Q Tristan Quinlan – 34.00
10 12 89 William Deavers – 32.00
11 10 12 Dean Holt Decatur , Il 30.00
12 8 39 Marty Sullivan Mt. Zion, Il 28.00
13 9 14X Steven Stine , Il 26.00 DNF
14 6 59 Tharin Reno – 24.00 DNF
15 14 99 Max Hixson Bethany , Il 22.00 DNF
16 16 96 Benjamin Mcchristy Mt.zion , Il 0.00 DNS

UMP Hornet – Feature
Finish Start Car Driver Hometown Points
1 1 33 Jeremy Reed Decatur , Il 50.00
2 2 WHO2 Elden Hemken – 48.00
3 3 40 Adam Webb Decatur , Il 46.00
4 5 205 Michael Gossett Decatur , Il 44.00
5 6 0 Fred Reed Jr. Decatur , Il 42.00
6 9 69 Jamie Shomidie – 40.00
7 8 96 Derek Peters Pana , Il 38.00
8 11 6Q Brian Dasenbrock Decatur , Il 36.00
9 4 11J Dillon Justice Harristown , Il 34.00 DNF
10 7 89C Vernon Carlow Springfield , Il 32.00 DNF
11 10 X Donnie Justice – 0.00 DNS
12 12 23S Alan Salmons – 0.00 DNS

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No Hoosier “D” tires on rear of UMP Modifieds and Street Stocks now in effect!

Macon Speedway LEFT REAR Tire Rule for UMP Modified and Street Stocks went into effect July 28th. NO “D” ON REAR of CAR, ONLY “A” OR “H”

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