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Modifieds – Late Models Ready for Specials at Central Missouri Speedway on RSC Equipment Rental Fathers Day Race Night!

Central Missouri SpeedwayBy Alan Miller
CMS Announcer/PR
June 15, 2011

(Warrensburg, MO) – You never know who will show up to compete with the best drivers in the Midwest at Central Missouri Speedway and especially this weekend when modified and late model drivers prepare for the upcoming Tom Wilson 8th Annual Fourth of July BBQ Bowl weekend. This Saturday evening is another good opportunity to make an appearance on RSC Equipment Rental Night at the Races. If modified and late model drivers make two weekly race appearances (May special excluded) before the specials, they are eligible for a discounted entry fee for the Fourth of July special feature events.

Fathers will also be treated to displays of antique cars and military vehicles before the races along with Johnson County Public Health medical professionals providing health screenings for Dads at both entrances to the grand stands. Each week at CMS, front and back-side grandstand admission gates open at 5, with hot-laps starting at 7, and racing on the track at 7:30.

The action has been tight and super competitive at the ‘Fastest High Banked Clay Oval in the Midwest’ in four divisions, including the ‘mighty’ modifieds, ULMA late models, street stocks, and b-modifieds. Last weekend, the racing heated up with a green to checkered flag finish for the ULMA late models when Steve Clancy from Odessa pulled out the feature win and celebrated in Waterloo Storage Products Victory Lane for his first feature win. The ULMA track point’s battle continues to focus on Centerview driver, Jason Bodenhamer, who now also unexpectedly moves into the top spot of the modified division. Jon Binning from Warrensburg and O’Fallon driver, Shawn Rayfield have really stepped up the pressure on Bodenhamer with some classic side-by-side encounters the last few races. Binning and Rayfield are within striking distance for the point lead in second and third.

The modified points race was turned upside down last weekend when several drivers in the top-five received disqualifications after the feature event. As a result of the disqualifications, Jason Thompson from Concordia inherited the feature win for his first CSM triumph of the year and also climbed into third place in the battle. Jason Bodenhamer now claims the top spot with the point’s lead as the unprecedented leader in two tough CMS divisions. Terry Schultz from Sedalia also finds himself in second just eight points behind Bodenhamer after some strong early season top-10 finishes.

The b-modified division has another dominator this year with a determined Jacob Ebert, the young driver from Oak Grove, took his fifth feature win of the year last weekend. Ethan Isaacs from Bonner Springs, KS and Jason Billups out of Holt, MO continue to rack up solid finishes to keep the pressure on Ebert.

Street Stock drivers are now on the look-out for Brian Ziegler out of Bates City after his third feature win to now claim sole possession of the points lead. Hard luck driver, Michael Mullins from Kingsville suffered more problems last weekend but still stays within 26 points of Ziegler in second place. Nate Barnes continues to improve his race program with consistent top-10 finishes in the third spot.

Visit us online at www.centralmissourispeedway.net for the latest point standings, schedule of events and award-winning photos from John Lee of Highfly-nphotos.com. CMS is located 4 miles north of Warrensburg on Highway 13 or 12.5 miles south of the Higginsville I-70 Exit on Highway 13. When visiting Warrensburg, be sure to stop by the Cliff Harris Warrensburg Ford and Warrensburg Chrysler stores at 330 East Young Street. Call the store at (888) 829-7859 or visit www.warrensburgford.dealerconnection.com.

For those using Hwy 13 south of Warrensburg please be aware that Advisory Message has been issued by the Johnson County Central Dispatch. Tuesday June 14, 2011 2:12 PM CDT. Road Construction in effect Business 13 Hwy south from DD Hwy to BB Hwy Tuesday – Friday expect delays MODOT is performing road construction on Business 13 Hwy South from DD Hwy to BB hwy. Expect long traffic delays. This is part of a resurfacing project that is being done from Warrensburg to Clinton. Future updates will be provided as they are received from MODOT. For full details, go to https://local.nixle.com/alert/4701038/?sub_id=574278.

Business partners at Central Missouri Speedway include, Cliff Harris’ Warrensburg Ford/Warrensburg Chrysler, Waterloo Storage Products, KOKO AM 1450 Radio, 98.5 FM The Bar Radio, Bad Boy Mowers, Pepsi, Comfort Inn – Warrensburg Station, KMMO FM 102.9 Radio, LJS Graphics, RSC Equipment Rental, and Midwest Coating.

Top Five Point Standings heading into this weekend:

Modifieds
POSITION No. DRIVER’S NAME & HOMETOWN POINTS
1 34a- Jason Bodenhamer, Centerview 508
2 90- Terry Schultz, Sedalia 500
3 20- Jason Thompson, Concordia 482
4 68- Dean Wille, Warrensburg 448
5 96- Chad Lyle, Lone Jack 428

ULMA Late Models
POSITION No. DRIVER’S NAME & HOMETOWN POINTS
1 88- Jason Bodenhamer, Centerview 642
2 65- Jon Binning, Warrensburg 622
3 18R- Shawn Rayfield, O’Fallon 608
4 7- Brett Wood, Warrensburg 606
5 22- Kevin Coyne, Kingsville 598

Street Stocks
POSITION No. DRIVER’S NAME & HOMETOWN POINTS
1 65- Brian Ziegler, Bates City 530
2 01- Michael Mullins, Kingsville 504
3 29- Nate Barnes, Kearney 500
4 9d- Scott Dukes, Odessa 488
5 74- Herb Dannar, Holden 480

B-Modifieds
POSITION No. DRIVER’S NAME & HOMETOWN POINTS
1 94- Jacob Ebert, Oak Grove 656
2 66- Ethan Isaacs, Bonner Springs, KS 620
3 33j- Jason Billups, Holt 566
4 20- Trent Deadmon, Kansas City 564
5 57- Bobby Raybourn, Odessa 558

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