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    Austin Siebert, Steve Clancy, Nate Barnes and Jacob Ebert Claim C.A.R.B. Night Victories at CMS!

    Central Missouri SpeedwaySam Stoecklin
    July 9, 2011
    CMS Announcer/PR

    (Warrensburg) Central Missouri Speedway (CMS) welcomed officers and representatives from the Central Auto Racing Boosters (C.A.R.B.) to the speedway Saturday night as weekly racing action returned to the speedway to start the second half of the season. When the night was over, two new drivers visited the Waterloo Storage Products victory lane while two others kept their winning ways going on the tight confines of CMS. Austin Siebert of Lake Lotawana claimed his first-ever modified win at CMS while Steve Clancy made it two in a row in ULMA late model action. Nate Barnes of Kearney, Missouri visited victory lane for his first CMS win in the street stocks while Jacob Ebert continued dominating the b-modifieds with his eighth win of the year. A total of 67 cars were on hand with 20 b-modifieds, 11 street stocks, 13 ULMA late models, and 23 modifieds for 14 racing events. Tim Karrick, Trace Westling, Logan Clark, and Mike Walsh received awards from C.A.R.B. based on their finishes in heat-race action while Jason Bodenhamer and Kevin Coyne were presented with trophies for picking up first and second in the recently contested Imhoff Construction of Jamestown ULMA Triple Crown Shootout. CMS late model drivers scored four of the top five positions in the event, which was run last week.

    Austin Siebert had driven to victory lane on more than one occasion in 2011 but the CMS victory had eluded him until Saturday night. After driving to a convincing win in the opening modified heat race, Siebert earned the pole position for the 25-lap main event. Dave McVey and Terry Schultz also picked up heat race victories to set the stage for the feature race later in the night. Two caution flags waived during the big race, which ran at a torrid pace. Siebert and Schultz quickly established themselves as the cars to beat with Rick Beebe surging from his sixth starting position to move into third. Jason Bodenhamer and Dean Wille had a spirited battle inside the top five. Schultz was right on Siebert most of the race and tried to find a way to pass the leader but was unable to make it stick for the win. Siebert went on to claim the victory with Schultz second and Beebe third. Wille held on to fourth with Ron Keith and Jason Bodenhamer rounding out the top six. Defending champion Jason Thompson had a scary moment in his qualifying heat race as a mechanical issue sent his car veering off the track and into the turn two safety tire, Thompson was unhurt in the incident and had to start at the tail of the main event where salvaged a thirteenth place finish. Schultz padded his points lead over Bodenhamer and Thompson by the end of the evening.

    In ULMA late model action, fifteen-year old driver Gage Wineland of Syracuse, Missouri picked up his first-ever heat race victory in fine form over two heavy hitters as he bested Jason Bodenhamer and Steve Clancy for the hard-fought victory. Jon Binning drove to another heat race win in the second qualifier over Lane Ehlert and Chad Clancy. Brett Wood started on the inside row for the 20-lap feature event with young Wineland to his outside. Two early race cautions saw Lane Ehlert and Trace Westling leave the speedway with mechanical woes as Zach Green also exited early on. Kevin Coyne also had problems as a wheel came off of his #22 GRT late in the race. Up front as the battle heated up for the win, Steve Clancy and Jason Bodenhamer raced hard for the runner-up spot behind high line hot rod Brett Wood. Wood looked like he would claim his second win of the season just as Steve Clancy worked his way around Bodenhamer late in the event for second. The two drivers swapped the lead with Bodenhamer ready to strike in third. These three drivers were the class of the field on this night but in the end, Clancy backed up his big-money win from last week with his third CMS triumph this season. Wood held on to second with seventh starting Chad Clancy coming all the way to third place for his best-ever CMS finish as he continues to improve week in and week out. Bodenhamer slipped to fourth at the finish with Binning and Jeremy Watts rounding out the top six.

    It’s always exciting to see new drivers in victory lane and that is exactly what occurred in the always unpredictable street stock division. After clinching the win in the opening heat race, along with Scott Dukes, the other heat winner, Barnes began the 15-lap main event on the poll with Dukes to his outside. During the main event, Dukes and Barnes raced hard to lead the opening laps with Barnes holding back Dukes’ challenges during the early portion of the race. Brian Ziegler, the current street stock point leader made his way up toward the front but his efforts were all for not as he spun around to bring the caution out on lap ten. Ziegler was able to recover and ultimately finished in sixth position. With the restart, the field was once again bunched up with drivers setting their sights on Barnes to steal away the victory. Barnes held his ground and looked like a seasoned veteran as he cruised on to victory over a very determined Michael Mullins in second as he tried to close in on the points battle. Scott Dukes had one of his strongest runs of the season with a convincing third-place run, one spot ahead of Chad Eickleberry who moved up from seventh to run fourth. Herb Dannar and Ziegler rounded out the top six finishers once the race completed.

    There are just two words to describe b-modified racing the KC metro this year, and those words are Jacob Ebert. After what looked like it may be a long night for Ebert during his qualifying heat, the multiple time feature winner found himself on the outside poll of the main event. Johnny McGinnis took his first-ever CMS heat race victory in pre-qualifying action with Lucas Isaacs also claiming a victory. Ebert and McGinnis led the field to the initial green flag for the 15-lap feature with Troy Carlyle and Lucas Isaacs also running near the front. Several cars found themselves leaving the track early on with a variety of mechanical gremlins ending their nights in the main event. Once out front, Ebert was all but coasting around the track to hold back the charges of 2011 b-modified champion, Brad Smith from Belton. Smith and Ebert looked fairly equal but for this particular race Ebert drove to his eighth overall victory this year. Ethan Isaacs rebounded from an earlier spin and contact with Smith to finish a respectable third. McGinnis held on strong to finish fourth and finally registered a strong finish despite struggling for many weeks at CMS. A.J. Tice posted one of her most successful finishes in a b-mod main event by registering a fifth-place finish just ahead of Jason Billups in sixth.

    Join us again next week for another regular weekly racing program in all four divisions. Admission gates open at 5 with hot laps at 7 and racing hitting the track at 7:30. Adult admission is $12, senior citizens 65 and over and active-duty military with I.D. are $10, kids ages six to twelve just $5, children five and under are free. For same-day CMS race status call the Track Report line at (660) 747-2166 or visit us online at www.centralmissourispeedway.net.

    Central Missouri Speedway partners 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. Visit Cliff Harris Warrensburg Ford and Warrensburg Chrysler at 330 East Young Street or call (888) 829-7859.

    Feature Race Results:

    Modifieds
    1- 16- Austin Siebert, Grandview
    2- 90- Terry Schultz, Sedalia
    3- 22B- Rick Beebe, Shawnee, KS
    4- 68- Dean Wille, Warrensburg
    5- 25- Ron Keith, Shawnee, KS
    6- 34a- Jason Bodenhamer, Centerview
    7- 1k- Tim Karrick, Basehor, KS
    8- 00- Jim Moody, Odessa
    9- 9i- Dave McVey, Greenwood
    10- 5c- Chad Lyle, Oak Grove
    11- 39- Luke Driskell, Stilwell, KS
    12- 17- Lucas Conley, Spring Hill, KS
    13- 20- Jason Thompson, Concordia
    14- 0- Joe Cobb, Kansas City, KS
    15- 70- Aaron Marrant, Orrick
    16- 53- Dallas White, Urich
    17- 07- David Ralph, Raymore
    18- 24jr- Jimmy Eaton, Bates Ctiy
    19- 03- Richard Layne, Kansas City
    20- 4j- Jake Richards, Kansas City KS
    21- 23- Steve Twenter, Sedalia
    22- 8- Clint Long, Harrisonville
    23- 51b- Brandon Hill, Chilhowee

    ULMA Late Models
    1- 12c- Steve Clancy, Odessa
    2- 7- Brett Wood, Warrensburg
    3- 04- Chad Clancy, Smithville
    4- 88- Jason Bodenhamer, Centerview
    5- 65- Jon Binning, Warrensburg
    6- 53- Jeremy Watts, Bates City
    7- 22- Kevin Coyne, Kingsville
    8- 20- Alan Westling, Fulton
    9- 00- Zach Green, Higginsville
    10- 12- Gage Wineland, Syracuse
    11- 42- Lane Ehlert, Foristell
    12- 7w- Trace Westling, Fulton
    13- 1- Bob Test, Jefferson City

    Street Stocks
    1- 29- Nate Barnes, Kearney
    2- 01- Michael Mullins, Kingsville
    3- 9d- Scott Dukes, Odessa
    4- 09- Chad Eickleberry, Warrensburg
    5- 74- Herb Dannar, Holden
    6- 65- Brian Ziegler, Bates City
    7- 2- Dave Powell, Kearney
    8- 15- T.J. Faulkenberry, Urich
    9- 17- Dan Vannier, Knob Noster
    DNS- c2- Logan Clark, Clinton
    DNS- 67- Devin Irvin, Cleveland

    B-modifieds
    1- 94- Jacob Ebert, Oak Grove
    2- 99- Brad Smith, Belton
    3- 66- Ethan Isaacs, Bonner Springs, KS
    4- 10- Johnny McGinnis, Hardin
    5- 4- A.J. Tice, Piper
    6- 33j- Jason Billups, Holt
    7- 90nn- Steven Neal, Odessa
    8- 0k- Jeff McNew, Blue Springs
    9- 6- Lucas Isaacs, Bonner Springs KS
    10- c8- Cameron Cooper, Holden
    11- 44- Troy Carlyle, Kearney
    12- 05w- Mike Walsh, Warrensburg
    13- 03- Jimmy Smith, Harrisonville
    14- 06- Brett Magee, Kansas City
    15- 38- Nic Bennett, Grain Valley
    16- c3- Chad Staus, Otterville
    17- 18j- Ross Olson, Richmond
    DNS- 03b- Chris Brockway, Warrensburg
    DNS- 2m- Larry Mayhew, Kingsville
    DNS- 96- Cody Brill, Harrisonville

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