New Point Leaders Top Lebanon Midway As Relay For Life Night Gets Ready

Lebanon MidwayLebanon,Mo.-Racing action gets back underway Friday night at the Lebanon Midway Speedway as the track gets ready to host Relay For Life Night along with a couple of New Point leaders atop of the standings in the Central Bank Racing Series Action.

Defending Central Bank FactoryStock Champion Tyson Troutman of Houston took advantage of Sundance Keepper not in attendance last week and has moved to the number 1 spot with a 26 point margin in the very tough competition of this class. Keepper slipped to second while rookie Shawn Whitman of Strafford,early season point leader and last weeks winner James Flood of Billings and Houston’s Donnie Miller complete the top 5. Miller has been close several times to reaching the winners circle and is quietly moving forward.

Defending Aaron’s Modified Champion Michael Stake of Phillipsburg still holds a 54 point margin over JC Newell of Decaturville despite motor problems last Friday night.Republic’s Shawn Strong moved back into third place with his victory last week as Bill Schaar of St Robert and Greg Strong of Nixa complete the top 5 as Kris Jackson,Brian Myers and Tony Moore are within distance of Greg Strong.

The Energy Company PureStocks has a new point leader as Lebanon’s Matt Young took advantage of Monk Barker’s mishaps and Young now leads defending champion Kory Barker by 25 points despite Barker’s victory last weekend.Monk Barker sets in third place only 16 behind Kory while Kolt Barker is only 12 behind Monk Barker as Lebanon’s Shorty Doublin rounds out the top 5.

Transport Graphics StreetStock defending Champion joe Francis of Lebanon has stretched his margin to 22 over Trevor Ellingson and 27 points over Lynchburg’s Brandon Waters as Waters suffered motor problems last week. Squire’s Rodney Yost is quietly climbing upward and is fourth only 29 behind Waters while Ricky Brashears completes the top 5.

Rocky Ridge Construction Midwest Modified defending Champion JC Newell of Stoutland has opened up a 28 point margin over Rich Reynolds while the Ageless Wonder Earl Muilenburg of Sparta has moved into third only 8 behind second place Reynolds.Last weeks winner Sam Petty who captured his first ever feature win last Friday night has vaulted to fourth place only 12 behind Muilenburg as Lebanon’s Bill Joiner is only 1 behind Petty.

This week is Relay for Life night as Relay teams are selling tickets for Friday Night.Each ticket bought from a Relay Team member has part of the proceeds going to that Team and the Lebanon Relay for Life Goal.A rep from 8 teams will be competing in local drivers cars at intermission to race for the Purple Crown along with a Trophy sponsored by The Trophy Shop in Lebanon(Angie Myers) and a car owners Trophy sponosred by East 32 Quick Stop(Harold and Janette Armstrong).Aaron’s Sales and Rentals along with Energy Companies of Lebanon will be donating some prize money for the winning Relay Team along with proceeds from the 50/50 ticket sales that night.

Grandstand Gates open at 5:30 with practice to start at 7:05 and Racing at 8PM.The Race for the Purple Crown will begin approx at 9PM for the Relay teams.

Tickets are only $10 for Adults while Juniors are $5(ages 8-15) while under 8 are Free.

Tickets can also be purchased at Heritage Bank of Lebanon and Mid-Missouri Bank and on race night also,even though the Speedway urges you to buy for the teams and ticket outlets.

For more information visit the website at WWW.LebanonMidwaySpeedway.Com or contact Jack Jones at 417-594-0594. VIP Booth seating is also available most race nights for an extra cost.

Point Standings

Central Bank FactoryStocks

44 – Tyson Troutman-Houston – 393
6 7/8 – Sundance Keepper -Everton- 367
13 – Shawn Whitman -Strafford- 327
42 – James Flood -Billings- 320
26 – Donnie Miller -Houston- 286
117 – Craig Danuser -Montreal- 253
61 – Josh Franklin Camdenton- 225
56 – Mark Davis -Grovesprings- 184
26W – Burl Woods -Republic- 183
61M – Mike Murzynski -St Robert- 161

 

Aaron’s Sales&Rental Modifieds

51 – Michael Stake-Phillipsburg – 454
84 – JC Newell -Decaturville- 400
14 – Shawn Strong -Republic- 366
51s – Bill Schaar -St Robert- 321
71 – Greg Strong -Nixa- 278
65 – Kris Jackson -Lebanon- 273
16M – Brian Myers -Lebanon- 271
3 – Tony Moore -Lebanon- 233
T10 – Tyler Brown -Stoutland- 226
76 – Lonnie Henderson -Lebanon- 202

 

Energy Company PureStocks

 

OO – Matt Young-Lebanon – 486
21 – Kory Barker -Lebanon- 461
1 – Monk Barker -Lebanon- 445
26 – Kolt Barker -Lebanon- 433
66 – Shorty Doublin -Lebanon- 406
36 – Robert Doublin -Lebanon- 354
76B – Brandon Henderson -Lebanon- 328
11 – Chad Hufft -Lebanon- 237
4 – Jason Brumley -Lebanon- 236
43 – Doug Phelps -Lebanon- 205

 

Transport Graphics StreetStocks

 

32 – Joe Francis -Lebanon- 469
F1 – Trevor Ellingson -Lebanon- 447
18 – Brandon Waters -Lynchburg- 442
111 – Rodney Yost -Squires- 413
16 – Ricky Brashears -Richland- 255
60c – Tom Curnutt -Macks Creek- 251
23 – Mark Simon -Buffalo- 229
7 – Josh Lewis -Lebanon- 224
92 – Keith Cheever -Lebanon- 204
29 – Andrew Cheever -Lebanon- 186

 

Rocky Ridge Construction Midwest Modz

83 – JC Newell -Stoutland- 512
7R – Rich Reynolds -Halltown- 484
39 – Earl Muilenburg -Sparta- 476
9 – Sam Petty -Niangua- 464
11 – Bill Joiner -Lebanon- 463
OO7 – Adam Lowrance -Lebanon- 383
08R – Robert Staats -Ft Leonard Wood- 249
69 – Les Hayes -Camdenton- 183
156 – Dakota Maggard -Republic- 130
21 – Ryan Hendrix -Joplin- 130

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