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Waterloo Storage Products Fan Appreciation Championship Race Night up Next at Central Missouri Speedway!

Central Missouri SpeedwayAlan Miller
CMS Announcer/PR
September 7, 2011

(Warrensburg, MO) After a weekend of special-event racing, Central Missouri Speedway owners and promoters Earl and Susan Walls will host their final weekly racing event at the speedway after a long and storied 18-year career at the track. The Walls will welcome the CMS contingent of fans and drivers in the local racing community this Saturday evening for Waterloo Storage Products Fan Appreciation Championship race night. There will be some fan giveaways along with fast-paced racing action on the smooth clay oval track. The Homes for Our Troops organization will once again be on board to show support to our troops for their sacrifices they have made for our freedom. The Homes for Our Troops volunteers will have two vendor areas set up, one on each side of the grandstands and will have t-shirts, coffee mugs, coolies and items for the kids. They will also be sending out some giveaways to the loyal race fans to show their appreciation for your support. All proceeds from the sales go to the Homes for Troops organization to build homes for severely disabled veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. The organization has already built 100 homes and hopes to build an additional 100 homes by 2014.

CMS drivers will be back on the high banks in the ‘mighty’ modifieds battling it out for the championship crown. Current points leader, Terry Schultz out of Sedalia and Centerview driver Jason Bodenhamer, who is within striking distance just 66 points behind in the chase, will duke it out for the title in this highly competitive division. Also in the top-five, Tim Karrick from Basehor, Kansas has been the hottest driver lately with his fifth win during last weekend’s Labor Day weekend modified $3,000-to-win special.

Looking ahead to the final race of the CMS season, Modified drivers are reminded they can pre-register at the track this weekend for the October 1st Modified Hog Roast Nationals and save $35. Pre-registration includes the driver’s entry fee, a pit-pass, and an armband for the hog roast meal after the races. Modified registration forms are also located on the track’s website at www.centralmissourispeedway.net along with additional information on the Modified Nationals events. ULMA Late Models, Street Stocks and B-Modifieds are also on the program for the October 1st special event.

Another CMS division with additional post-season racing events planned is the ULMA late models. This weekend, the ULMA late model track championship points board shows Jason Bodenhamer at the top of the class competing for his second track championship with his brother-in-law, Brett Wood from Warrensburg in second place just 86 points back attempting to work past him for his first championship crown. The ULMA feature finishes for Bodenhamer and Odessa driver Steve Clancy also have implications in the overall ULMA championship with Clancy, the hot driver picking up his seventh CMS feature win last Sunday evening. Bodenhamer is a former ULMA late model Championship driver attempting to become the first repeat winner in the association.

In the Street Stock class, Brian Ziegler of Bates City has shown some determination during recent features including a well deserved second-place finish last weekend to maintain his tight points lead over Michael Mullins from Kingsville, who finished fourth last week. Mullins also maintains a small margin in front of the veteran driver from Holden, Herb Dannar.

The B-Modified drivers continue to improve their racing programs to challenge point leader, Jacob Ebert from Oak Grove who has ten feature victories this season. Ethan Isaacs from Bonner Springs, Kansas is the closest competitor with three feature wins to his credit. Jason Billups of Holt, Missouri continues to improve his racing skills this season and as a result sits in the third spot in the standings.

Look for results and additional race information at www.centralmissourispeedway.net. The track is located 3.5-miles north of Warrensburg, MO from the junction of Highways 50 and 13 in Warrensburg or from the Higginsville exit off of I-70, travel south on Highway 13 for twelve and half miles. For more information call the Track Report line at (660) 747-2166.

Business partners at Central Missouri Speedway for the 2011 season include, Cliff Harris Warrensburg Ford and Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Waterloo Storage Products, KOKO AM 1450 Radio, 98.5 FM The Bar, Comfort Inn Warrensburg Station, KMMO Radio, LJS Graphics, Army National Guard, RSC Equipment Rental, Heartland Waste, Pepsi, Bad Boy Mowers, and Midwest Coating.

Tops in the standings heading into championship night:

1 94- Jacob Ebert, Oak Grove 1742
2 66- Ethan Isaacs, Bonner Springs, KS 1632
3 33j- Jason Billups, Holt 1538
4 6- Lucas Isaacs, Bonner Springs KS 1516
5 90nn- Steven Neal, Odessa 1326

Street Stocks
1 65- Brian Ziegler, Bates City 1702
2 01- Michael Mullins, Kingsville 1634
3 74- Herb Dannar, Holden 1540
4 29- Nate Barnes, Kearney 1526
5 15- T.J. Faulkenberry, Urich 1332

ULMA Late Models
1 88- Jason Bodenhamer, Centerview 1710
2 7- Brett Wood, Warrensburg 1624
3 22- Kevin Coyne, Kingsville 1600
4 12c- Steve Clancy, Odessa 1550
5 04c- Chad Clancy, Smithville 1548

1 90- Terry Schultz, Sedalia 1416
2 34a- Jason Bodenhamer, Centerview 1350
3 20- Jason Thompson, Concordia 1204
4 70- Aaron Marrant, Orrick 1106
5 1k- Tim Karrick, Basehor, KS 1058

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