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Bollinger Family Sweep at QC Speedway

Quad City SpeedwayBy Brad Hines
East Moline, IL (September 23rd, 2012) – The Kewanee father-son duo of Ray Bollinger, #77 UMP Modified, and Zach Bollinger, #77 4-Cylinder, both piloted their machines to the winner’s circle at the Quad City Speedway Sunday night.

In the Verplaetse Excavating UMP Modified feature Ray Bollinger held off a fierce charge by the 2012 Quad City Speedway UMP Modified Track Champion, Donovan Lodge, to pick up the feature win in the 20 lap feature. Lodge, who started 10th, charged through the field and was able to run side by side with Bollinger but Bollinger proved to be too strong. Lodge would take second with John Bull, who started 9th, Vince Cooper, and Jamie Balensiefen rounding out the top 5.

Zach Bollinger wasted little time coming from the second row inside starting spot to take the feature win in the Aaron’s Affordable Towing 4-Cylinder feature. Cameron Poci was able to get close to Bollinger but not close enough to make a move for the lead. Rob Nylin took third followed by Andy Loy and Eric Stogdell.
Doug Crampton used the first 12 laps to move his #40 machine from the ninth starting spot to the lead in the 20 lap Orion Tire Repair IMCA Modified feature. Crampton would go on to take the checkered flag. Brian Bushong came from seventh to take second with Greg Durbin, Eric Barnes, and Dan Hahn completing the top five.

After missing last weekend’s races, Bryan Brinker picked up right where he left on September 2nd in the Mod Lites. Brinker won two features on September 2nd. Brinker dominated the Mod Lite feature Sunday night coming from the fifth starting spot to take the win. Andrew Smith finished second with Shon Sanders, who came from the back of the field, David Norton, and Brian Schnell.

Chuck Fox survived an early four-way battle for the lead with Steve Gustaf Sr., Chris Lawrence, and Rob Henry to take home the victory in the Extreme Auto Glass Street Stock feature. Chris Lawrence would get by Rob Henry on the last lap to take second with Dwayne Smith Jr. and Cord Williams completing the top 5.
The 3-time IMCA Late Model National Champion, Ray Guss Jr., was in a league of his own Sunday night in the Sexton Ford IMCA Late Model feature. Guss drew the pole position for the 30 lap feature and led every lap in the feature. Jeremiah Hurst started dead last and worked his way up to a second place finish with Bobby Toland, Todd Malmstrom and Mike Garland rounding out the top 5.

Next Sunday will be the final night of racing at the Quad City Speedway in 2012. The Verplaetse Excavating UMP Modifieds will headline the program with a $1,000 to win/$100 to start (for 15 or more cars) feature event. Also racing will be the Orion Tire Repair IMCA Modifieds, Extreme Auto Glass Street Stocks, and the Aaron’s Affordable Towing 4-Cylinders. There will also be a Figure 8 racing exhibitions. Hot laps will be at 5:00pm with racing at 5:30pm. Regular admission prices apply.

Results – 9/23/12
Orion Tire Repair IMCA Modifieds
Heat 1
1. Leland Bushong
2. Doug Crampton
3. Brian Bushong
4. T.J. Patz
5. Eric Barnes
6. Dan Hahn
Heat 2
1. John Ahlers
2. Matt Werner
3. Greg Durbin
4. Terry Rentfro
5. Chance Huston
1. Doug Crampton
2. Brian Bushong
3. Greg Durbin
4. Eric Barnes
5. Dan Hahn
6. Leland Bushong
7. John Ahlers
8. T.J. Patz
9. Terry Rentfro
10. Chance Huston
11. Matt Werner

Mod Lites
Heat 1
1. Dan Keltner
2. Andrew Smith
3. Dan Guss
4. Brian Schnell
5. Carl Pershing
Heat 2
1. David Norton
2. Shon Sanders
3. Gary Snyder
4. John Belville
5. Bryan Brinker
1. Bryan Brinker
2. Andrew Smith
3. Shon Sanders
4. David Norton
5. Brian Schnell
6. Gary Snyder
7. John Belville
8. Carl Pershing
9. Dan Guss
10. Dan Keltner

Verplaetse Excavating UMP Modifieds
Heat 1
1. Ray Bollinger
2. Vince Cooper
3. Kevin Hughes
4. Doug Curless
5. Shaune Lewis
6. Chad Tucker
7. Matt Werner
Heat 2
1. John Bull
2. Jamie Balensiefen
3. Justin Veloz
4. Austin Hewitt
5. Donovan Lodge
6. Nathan Balensiefen
1. Ray Bollinger
2. Donovan Lodge
3. John Bull
4. Vince Cooper
5. Jamie Balensiefen
6. Justin Veloz
7. Shaune Lewis
8. Doug Curless
9. Matt Werner
10. Nathan Balensiefen
11. Austin Hewitt
12. Kevin Hughes
13. Chad Tucker

Extreme Auto Glass Street Stocks
Heat 1
1. Chris Lawrence
2. Chuck Fox
3. Nick Lawrence
4. Randy Exline
5. Bryan Ritter
6. Rick Schriner
7. James Roberson
Heat 2
1. Rob Henry
2. Steve Gustaf Sr.
3. Cord Williams
4. Dwayne Smith Jr.
5. Jerame Mowery
6. Justin Hamm
7. Ron Turner
1. Chuck Fox
2. Chris Lawrence
3. Rob Henry
4. Dwayne Smith Jr.
5. Cord Williams
6. Steve Gustaf Sr.
7. Randy Exline
8. Justin Hamm
9. Rick Schriner
10. Nick Lawrence
11. James Roberson
12. Jerame Mowery
13. Bryan Ritter
14. Ron Turner

Sexton Ford IMCA Late Models
Heat 1
1. Todd Malmstrom
2. Mike Garland
3. Ray Guss Jr.
4. Mike Zemo Jr.
5. Cory Goldbeck
Heat 2
1. Jeremiah Hurst
2. Rob Toland
3. Buck Harmening
4. LeRoy Brenner
5. Bobby Toland
1. Ray Guss Jr.
2. Jeremiah Hurst
3. Bobby Toland
4. Todd Malmstrom
5. Mike Garland
6. Buck Harmening
7. LeRoy Brenner
8. Cory Goldbeck
9. Mike Zemo Jr.
10. Rob Toland

Aaron’s Affordable Towing 4-Cylinder
Heat 1
1. Andy Loy
2. Rob Nylin
3. Chris James
4. Cameron Poci
5. Bobby Barker Sr.
6. Randy Carmichael
7. Josh Sharpe
Heat 2
1. Eric Stogdell
2. Zach Bollinger
3. Dustin Forbes
4. A.J. Rock
5. Drew Wise
6. Jeff Peterson
1. Zach Bollinger
2. Cameron Poci
3. Rob Nylin
4. Andy Loy
5. Eric Stogdell
6. A.J. Rock
7. Dustin Forbes
8. Chris James
9. Randy Carmichael
10. Jeff Peterson
11. Drew Wise
12. Bobby Barker Sr.
13. Josh Sharpe

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