Daily Archive: May 14, 2014

May 14

POWRi hits Fayette Co. before DynaGraphics Night doubleheader at Macon Speedway Saturday

Chris Bell

 

MILLSTADT, IL – Coming off an impressive night of racing at the Belleville Bash, POWRi will head to Fayette County Speedway in Brownstown, IL on Friday.  The midgets and micros were unable to race at the quarter-mile high-banked dirt oval last season due to scheduling conflicts.  However, past feature winners at Fayette County Speedway include Brett Anderson in 2012 and Michael Pickens in 2011.

 

POWRi will then head to Macon Speedway on Saturday where fans will be treated to a double dose of action.  In addition to a full regular show, both the midgets and micros will run make-up features in order to complete the portion of events that were rained out on April 26th.  For drivers who make it into both feature events, the double features will be a test of endurance as Macon Speedway is traditionally elbows up all night.

 

 

 

POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget Series

starting lineup

At Macon Speedway

May 17

(lineup set on April 26)

Row 1

Justin Peck, Chris Bell

Row 2

Zach Daum, Rico Abreu

Row 3

Robbie Ray, Tanner Thorson

Row 4

Austin Brown, Tyler Thomas

Row 5

Daniel Adler, Parker Price Miller

Row 6

Derek  Holmwood, Daren Hagen

Row 7

Ryan Chriswell, Seth Motsinger

Row 8

Andrew Felker, Scott Hatton

Row 9

Chet Gehrke, Andy Molpocker

Row 10

Danny Smith, Jacob Patton

Row 11

Derek King, David Gough

Row 12

Colten Cottle

 

POWRi Outlaw Micros

Starting lineup

At Macon Speedway

May 17

(Lineup set on April 26)

Row 1

Chris Openshaw, Matt Howard

Row 2

Scott Sawyer, Evan Turner

Row 3

Matt Ponder, Jeremy Camp

Row 4

Tyler Day, Dereck King

Row 5

Frank Flud, Mark Shirkshen

Row 6

Andrew Peters, Nick Howard

Row 7

Jimmy Miller, Brad McDaniel

Row 8

Nathan Benson, Trey Datweiler

Row 9

Devin Feger, Paul Day

Row 10

Joe Faloon, Garrett Duff

Row 11

Jason Harms, Aaron Andruskevitch

Row 12

Jake Neuman

Current POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget Point Standings

1.  Christopher Bell (1160) 2.  Zach Daum (1000) 3.  Tanner Thorson (950) 4.  Rico Abreu (920) 5.  Daniel Robinson (825) 6.  Tyler Thomas (790) 7.  Parker Price-Miller (710) 8.  Darren Hagen (615) 9.  Andrew Felker (605) 10.  Jake Blackhurst (535)

 

Current POWRi Speedway Motors 600cc Outlaw Micro Point Standings

1.  Jeremy Camp (680) 2.  Nathan Benson (560) 3.  Aaron Andruskevitch (550) 4.  Joe B. Miller (400) 5.  Jake Neuman (360) 6.  Nic Harris (350) 7.  Chris Openshaw (270) 8.  Shelby Bosie (260) 9.  Nick Bailey (260) 10.  Tyler Nelson (250)

 

 

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May 14

Blue Mound’s Camp leads POWRi Outlaw Micros into doubleheader at Macon Speedway

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MACON, Ill. – When the POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget Series and the Outlaw Micros Series return to Macon Speedway for double feature races in each division Saturday, Jeremy Camp of Blue Mound leads the Outlaw Micro points standings as Central Illinois racers are rising to the top of the list.

Camp, who began racing quarter midgets at 9-years-old and mini-sprints at 14, heads into the weekend with 680 points. Blue Mound is within eyesight from the Macon Speedway bleachers, so Camp knows his way around the high-banked fifth-mile oval, and he would love to score a victory on home turf. The POWRi Lucas Oil National Midgets and Outlaw Micros also race at Fayette County Speedway in Brownstown, Ill., on Friday.

Defending Outlaw Micros champ Nathan Benson, of Concordia., Mo., has one win but trails Camp by 120 points. From there, Central Illinois drivers are climbing into the mix of the championship  hunt. Riverton’s Aaron Andruskevitch is third with 550 points. Jake Neuman, of New Berlin, is fifth with 340 points.

Chris Openshaw of Bessemer, Ala., is on the pole in the feature lineup set on April 26. Matt Howard of Lawrence, Kan., is on the outside of the front row with Scott Sawyer of Broken Arrow, Okla., and Evan Turner of Jacksonville filling the second row. Camp starts outside the third row while Benson is in the eighth row, Andruskevitch in the 11th row and Neuman the lone driver in the 12th row.

In the POWRi midget lineup set from April 26, Justin Peck of Monrovia, Ind., is the polesitter with series points leader Chris Bell, of Norman, Okla., also qualified on the front row.

In addition to the features in POWRi midgrets and micros from April 26, a complete racing program is scheduled with full feature races in POWRI midgets and micros, UMP Billingsley Towing Modifieds, UMP Street Stocks, UMP Outlaw Hornets and Stock Hornets.

POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget Series

starting lineup

At Macon Speedway

May 17

(lineup set on April 26)

Row 1

Justin Peck, Chris Bell

Row 2

Zach Daum, Rico Abreu

Row 3

Robbie Ray, Tanner Thorson

Row 4

Austin Brown, Tyler Thomas

Row 5

Daniel Adler, Parker Price Miller

Row 6

Derek  Holmwood, Daren Hagen

Row 7

Ryan Chriswell, Seth Motsinger

Row 8

Andrew Felker, Scott Hatton

Row 9

Chet Gehrke, Andy Molpocker

Row 10

Danny Smith, Jacob Patton

Row 11

Derek King, David Gough

Row 12

Colten Cottle

 

POWRi Outlaw Micros

Starting lineup

At Macon Speedway

May 17

(Lineup set on April 26)

Row 1

Chris Openshaw, Matt Howard

Row 2

Scott Sawyer, Evan Turner

Row 3

Matt Ponder, Jeremy Camp

Row 4

Tyler Day, Dereck King

Row 5

Frank Flud, Mark Shirkshen

Row 6

Andrew Peters, Nick Howard

Row 7

Jimmy Miller, Brad McDaniel

Row 8

Nathan Benson, Trey Datweiler

Row 9

Devin Feger, Paul Day

Row 10

Joe Faloon, Garrett Duff

Row 11

Jason Harms, Aaron Andruskevitch

Row 12

Jake Neuman

 

 

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