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KFKF 94.1 FM and Kid’s Night Victories go to Karrick, Vaughn, Clancy, Raffurty, Ryun and Makar at Central Missouri Speedway!

Unsanctioned: A-Mods, Street Stocks, B-Mods, Mod-Lites, Pure Stocks, and E-Mods
Central Missouri Speedway
August 3, 2019
For Immediate Release

(Warrensburg, MO) Central Missouri Speedway (CMS) hosted the annual Kid’s Night activities and night two of the special Top Gun Series on Saturday evening. A total of 93 drivers and teams signed in for competition in 13 heat races and six main events. Among drivers on hand were 17 Pure Stocks, 9 E-Mods, 16 Mod-Lites, 24 B-Mods, 13 Street Stocks, and 14 E-Mods.

Kid’s ages 12 and under enjoyed several activities throughout the night and received a free hot dog and drink courtesy of owners and promoters Earl and Susan Walls. The kids also competed in foot races on the track during intermission in five age groups and had a chance to win donated bikes, scooters, and money from the many donators who contributed. Every kid also received a goodie bag stuffed full of school supplies, coupons, and various items and folders, notebooks, and paper.

Pure Stock Results: (17 Cars). Heat race results: Heat One Top Three: Jimmie Smith, Jason Ryun Jimmie Workman. Heat Two Top Three: Spencer Reiff, Jeff Hardy, Logan Headley. Heat Three Top Three: Bobby Russell, J.R. Billings, Byron Glotzbach. A-Main Recap: After the intermission time Kid’s Night festivities, Jimmie Smith and Spencer Reiff began the 15-lap Pure Stock feature event from row one. Reiff led the opening laps under heavy pressure from multiple-time winner Jason Ryun. The two were close at lap five but by lap seven, Reiff put some distance between himself and Ryun. By lap eight, Ryun caught back up to the leader on the high side and took the lead at lap nine. Ryun continued to lead the event through a series of cautions and by lap ten was ahead of Reiff, Bobby Russell, and Byron Glotzbach. A series of cautions plagued the final two laps of the event and after three attempted restarts, Ryun eventually went on to collect his fifth feature win of the season ahead of Reiff, Glotzbach, J.R. Billings, and Bobby Russell.

E-Mod Results: (9 Cars). Heat race results: Heat One Top Five: Josh Paul, Shawn Burns, Jeremy Curless, Chris Wunder, Steven Makar. A-Main Recap: Multiple time CMS E-Mod winner Shawn Burns and Josh Paul began the 12-lap E-Mod feature from row one. Burns looked strongest from the onset as he led the field on the low side while Josh Paul battled on the high side with fifth-starting Steven Makar. By lap five, Burns opened a 1.3-second lead over Makar who moved to second over Paul. Caution flew at lap seven for single car spin and again on lap eight. Burns led each restart with Paul moving into second position ahead of Makar. Burns appeared to collect the E-Mod Top Dog Series victory; however, after post-race tech the cars of Burns and Paul did not pass tech. Steven Makar was eventually declared the winner over Kit Bailey, Jeremy Curless, Dakota Earls, and Chris Wunder.

Mod-Lite Results: (16 Cars). Heat One Top Three: Heat One Top Three: Justin Raffurty, Brian Ziegler, Nathan Wolfe, Heat Two Top Three: Dillon Raffurty, David Raffurty, Donnie Dannar. A-Main Recap: Justin and David Raffurty sat on the front row of the 20-lap Mod-Lite feature event. David Raffurty was strong early on through lap number five holding on to the lead over son Dillon Raffurty and Brian Ziegler. After a series of early cautions, Dillon moved to the front at lap six with David Raffurty to second. Travis Alexander moved forward in the lineup to third by lap 10 with Ziegler and Donnie Dannar in a close battle for fourth and fifth. Caution flew again by lap 12 with Dillon leading David Raffurty, Alexander, Dannar and Ziegler. After a final push to the checkered flag, Dillon Raffurty held strong and collected his tenth feature win of the season, this time ahead of David Raffurty, Donnie Dannar, Travis Alexander, and Nathan Wolfe.

B-Mod Results: (24 Cars). Heat One Top Three: Jacob Ebert, Jake Richards, Kaleb Bray. Heat Two Top Three: Jeremy Lile, Patrick Royalty, Kameron Grindstaff. Heat Three Top Three: Steve Clancy, Sturgis Streeter, Kody Bray. A-Main Recap: Veteran CMS drivers Steve Clancy and Jake Richards occupied row one for the 20-lap B-Mod main event. Clancy, Richards, and Royalty looked strong in the opening laps, but a series of cautions plagued the event through lap six as Clancy led Richards, Royalty, Jacob Ebert, and Jeremy Lile. William Small’s night came to a grinding halt at lap ten on the back stretch as he flipped twice but was thankfully okay after the wreck. On the restart, Clancy led Richards, Royalty, Lile, and Ebert. Clancy used patience as he continued to lead after multiple restarts over Richards and Royalty. In the end, Clancy built up a 1.3-second lead as he eventually collected his second CMS win of the year, this time over Richards, Royalty, Lile, and Ebert.

Street Stock Results: (13 Cars). Heat One Top Three: John Brooks, Brett Wood, Aaron Poe. Heat Two Top Three: Nathan Vaughn, Devin Irvin, Michael Mullins. A-Main Recap: Vaughn and Irvin began the 15-lap Street Stock main event from row one. The opening laps of the Street Stock main event were close with Nathan Vaughn and Devin Irvin swapping the lead back and forth. By lap six, Irvin began to pull away out front over Vaughn. At the lap nine mark, Aaron Poe took third spot away from Brett Wood in fourth while John Brooks ran fifth. One caution slowed the field with four laps remaining as Nathan Vaughn was strong on the high side on the restart to capture the lead. Vaugh, Irvin, and Poe were left to sort things out and on the white flag lap were nearly three-wide off turn four; however, Vaughn kept his hot winning streak going and ultimately collected his sixth win of the season over Poe in second. Irvin was third at the line over Brooks in fourth while Wood rounded out the top five.

A-Mod Results: (14 Cars). Heat One Top Three: Rick Beebe, Terry Schultz, Kevin Blackburn. Heat Two Top Three: Chad Lyle, Tim Karrick, Sam Florence. A-Main Recap: To start the 25-lap A-Mod main event, Tim Karrick and Rick Beebe began the race from row one. Beebe led the opening series of laps with a five-car length advantage over Karrick by lap five while Terry Schultz, Chad Lile, and Gunner Martin ran inside the top five. At lap ten, Beebe enjoyed an eighth of a second lead over Karrick who was closing fast. By lap 11, the pair were side-by -side up front but by lap 12, Karrick moved to the front as Beebe was under pressure from Schultz for second. Karrick enjoyed a two-second lead by lap fifteen as Lyle and Martin oved in front of Beebe by lap 16. By lap 20, Karrick’s lead had built to a 3.3-second lead over Schultz and Lyle. On this night, the 1k of Karrick was unstoppable as he collected his fourth CMS feature win of the season in a race that ran green to checkered. Schultz held on to second in a fierce battle with Lyle in third. Gunner Martin ran strong in fourth with Dean Wille moving forward to secure a top-five run.

The ‘Top Gun’ series continues next week at Lakeside Speedway on Friday and Saturday at CMS. The series runs throughout the month of August at each race venue. The mini-series runs five weeks using an accumulative championship points-earning system. Race divisions for the Top Gun series include: A-Mods, B-Mods, Pure Stocks, and E-Mods. Lakeside Top Gun Series Dates are August 9, 16, 23, and 30. The coinciding dates at CMS are August 10, 17, 24, and 31. Both tracks will also run their regularly scheduled full weekly race programs during this time frame as announced. For CMS, E-mods will become a part of the racing program for the duration of August.

The outstanding group of business partners for the Top Gun Series includes Tompkins Industries, Seeburg Muffler, Johnson County Key Service, Crystal Trenching, Christy’s Tasty Queen, Blue Springs Truck Line, Cliff Harris Ford, Midwest Coating Inc, Rick Beebe Heating and Cooling, LLC and Signs by Gunner. If you would like to add your name to the list of partners, please contact Susan Walls at 816.229.1338, no calls after 8 p.m.

Gates open at 4:30, followed by grandstand admission at 5, driver pill draw cutoff at 6:15 (no passing points if driver is a late check-in), pit meeting at 6:30, hot laps at 7, and racing at 7:30. Adult admission is $12, Active Duty Military and Senior Citizens aged 65 to 72 $10, Kids 6 to 12 years old $6, five and under free, 75 and older and those permanency confined to a wheelchair free in the grandstand. All pit passes $35.

The Labor Day weekend special events are just a few weeks away at CMS. The weekend features back-to-back $1,000-to-win nights for B-Mod competitors, $3,000-to-win for A-Mods, and a National points-earning event for ULMA Late Models. In addition to those classes, the weekend also serves as the finale for the Lakeside Speedway and CMS co-sanctioned Top Gun Series featuring A-Mods, B-Mods, Pure Stocks, and E-Mods on Saturday. Additional classes in competition for the Labor Day weekend include Street Stocks on both Saturday and Sunday and Mod-Lites on Saturday.

Beyond the Labor Day weekend, CMS is gearing up for the third-annual Street Stock Showdown. The ‘Triple S at CMS’ has quickly grown into one of the most anticipated events of the season and features a $5,000-to-win, 40-lap Street Stock main event paying a whopping $5,000 to the winner! The event gets underway on Friday, September 20th featuring Street Stock drivers competing in three rounds of qualifying heat races. B-Mods and ULMA Late Models are also on the night’s racing card. Then, on Saturday, September 21st, Street Stock drivers return for the final events leading up to the big-money finale. B-Mods return as part of the action along with Mod-Lites to complete the racing card for the night. The event marks the final events of the 2019 CMS season.
CMS is actively seeking business partners and sponsors for this great event, which is well attended by drivers and fans. Participating sponsor receive complimentary tickets to the event. Your business will be included in pre- and post-race press releases for each event, will receive PA announcements throughout the weekend, your business name and logo will be printed on the night 2 driver roster during the Street Stock Showdown weekend, and your business will be mentioned a “presenting” for events for the weekend. In addition, you will also have a presence on the CMS Website and Facebook page. If you are interested in partnering with us for this event, contact Susan Walls at 816.229.1338 or Public Relations director Sam Stoecklin at 660.909.1083.
The final points-earning night for weekly championship racing takes place on August 24th. The Labor Day weekend is a non-track points-earning night in all classes. The night will count towards the Top Gun Series points only. CMS recently announced it has waived the track registration fee for the remainder of the season. For more information, visit www.centralmissourispeedway.net and click on the special event tab titled “Labor Day Weekend at CMS.” CMS and Lakeside Speedway will host their season-ending championship banquet at the Elks Lodge in Blue Springs, Missouri on Saturday, November 9th.

Follow CMS on Twitter @CMSgoing_green. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/pages/Central-Missouri-Speedway. Join our email group by emailing info@centralmissourispeedway.net. Find CMS on YouTube at CMS Going Green!

Central Missouri Speedway Business Partners Include: Cliff Harris Warrensburg Ford, Midwest CoatingsClassic Hits Power 97.7 FMLogan Contractors Supply, Inc.BudweiserPepsiCountry 94.1 FM KFKFJoslin’s JewelryComfort Inn Warrensburg StationKMMO FM 102.9Seeburg MufflersWorld FinanceBatliner RecyclingHeartland WasteBig O TiresO’Reilly Auto Parts WarrensburgRacinDirt.comDQ Grill & Chill of Warrensburg, KMZU The Farm 100.7 FM and KRLI Country 103.9 FMBrooks Automotive LLCKleinschmidt’s Western StoreOK Tire StoresElk Horn Tent and CanvasMiller LiteZaxby’s Absolutely Craveable ChickenBlue Springs Truck LineOK Wheel AlignmentElite Auto RepairLJS Graphics, Eickleberry Concrete & Construction, Rick Darling PerformanceJA Performance and Outdoor ServicesAlternative Wire and Cable, Kenny’s Tile & Flooring, MFA Oil, Gator Graphics, Buffalo Wild Wings, B&D Transmission, Fastenal, D&M Plumbing, LLC, Mid-America Packaged Ice, and RockAuto.com.

Upcoming Events at Central Missouri Speedway
August 10th – Weekly Racing 14 – Top Gun Series continues (EM)
August 17th – Alternative Wire & Cable, Weekly Racing 15. Holden Chamber Night. (EM)
August 24th – Weekly Racing 16. (AM, SS, BM, ML, PS, EM)
August 31st – Seeburg Muffler Race Night, Labor Day Weekend. $1,000-to-win B-Mods. Night one                         A-Mod qualifying. Featuring AM, SS, BM, ML, PS, EM.
September 1st – (Sunday) Night 2, Labor Day Weekend. $1,000-to-win B-Mods. Night two A-Mod                             qualifying and $3,000-to-win. Featuring AM, BM, EM, ULMA.
September 20th – (Friday) Night 1, Third Annual Street Stock Showdown. Featuring SS, BM, ULMA.
September 21st – (Saturday) Night 2, Third Annual Street Stock Showdown. Featuring SS, BM, ML.

A-Main Results from 8-3-19
PURE STOCK A-Feature

PLACE START DRIVER POINTS
1. 4. Jason Ryun (27)
Kansas City, Mo.
100
2. 2. Spencer Reiff (7)
Kansas City, Mo.
95
3. 8. Byron Glotzbach (59)
Topeka, Ks.
91
4. 6. J R Billings (185)
Kansas City, Ks.
87
5. 3. Bobby Russell (38)
Smithville, Mo.
84
6. 9. Logan Headley (23)
Lone Jack, Mo.
81
7. 11. Darrin Christy (3B)
Kansas City, Ks.
78
8. 1. James Smith (03)
Harrisonville, Mo.
76
9. 13. Gale W Harper Jr (28Jr)
Warrensburg, Mo.
74
10. 15. Jonathan Evans (89)
Knob Noster, Mo.
72
11. 10. Joey Harper (21)
Buckner, Mo.
70
12. 14. Scott Martin (12)
Warrensburg, Mo.
68
13. 16. Blaine Nolker (F86)
Hardin, Mo.
66
14. 5. Jeff Hardy (427)
Sedalia, Mo.
64
15. 12. Gary Akers (13A)
Independence, Mo.
62
16. 7. Jimmie Workman (24)
Concordia, Mo.
60
17. 17. Cameron Kelly (30K) 58

 

E MOD A-Feature

PLACE START DRIVER POINTS
1. 5. Steven Makar (4M)
Basehor, Ks.
100
2. 6. Kristopher Bailey (77)
Liberty, Mo.
95
3. 3. Jeremy M Curless (33)
Grain Valley, Mo.
91
4. 7. Dakota Earls (15E)
Independence, Mo.
87
5. 4. Chris Wunder (1der)
Cleveland, Mo.
84
6. 8. Adam Schelert (07)
Leavenworth, Ks.
81
7. 9. Jesse Johnson (81)
Warsaw, Mo.
78
DQ. 1. Shawn Burns (28)
Overland Park, Ks.
0
DQ. 2. Josh Paul (14P)
Grain Valley, Mo.
 

 

MOD LITE A-Feature

PLACE START DRIVER POINTS
1. 3. Dillon Raffurty (46)
Kansas City, Ks.
100
2. 2. David Raffurty (64)
Kansas City, Mo.
95
3. 6. Donnie Dannar (171)
Lone Jack, Mo.
91
4. 8. Travis Alexander (36)
Tonganoxie, Ks.
87
5. 5. Nathan Wolfe (3)
Lee`s Summit, Mo.
84
6. 9. Garrett Stonum (4K)
Lawson, Mo.
81
7. 11. Tyler Furrell (34)
Belton, Mo.
78
8. 10. Michael Raffurty (41)
Kansas City, Mo.
76
9. 12. Kelly Bergstrom (9)
Edwardsville, Ks.
74
10. 14. Joshua James Guy (2)
Knob Noster, Mo.
72
DNF. 4. Brian Ziegler (65Z)
Bates City, Mo.
70
DNF. 13. James Beebe (03)
Pleasant Hill, Mo.
68
DNF. 7. Kevin White (33)
De Soto, Ks.
66
DNF. 16. Jeff Raffurty (98)
Holt, Mo.
64
DNF. 1. Justin Raffurty (75)
Kansas City, Mo.
62
DNF. 15. Kyle Jennings Guy (17)
Leeton, Mo.
60

 

B MOD A-Feature

PLACE START DRIVER POINTS
1. 1. Stephen Clancy (12c)
Odessa, Mo.
100
2. 2. Jake Richards (7J)
Lansing, Ks.
95
3. 3. Patrick Royalty (49)
Kansas City, Ks.
91
4. 5. Jeremy Lile (05)
Higginsville, Mo.
87
5. 4. Jacob Ebert (94)
Oak Grove, Mo.
84
6. 9. Donald R Marrs (9)
Shawnee, Ks.
81
7. 7. Kaleb Bray (19B)
Archie, Mo.
78
8. 8. Sturgis Streeter (61)
Hoyt, Ks.
76
9. 10. Rodney L Cordon (17)
Independence, Mo.
74
10. 20. Jacob Callahan (27)
Pleasant Hill, Mo.
72
11. 15. Jeff Elder (97J)
Faucett, Mo.
70
12. 23. Chris Brockway (03)
Knob Noster, Mo.
68
13. 19. Olen Stephens (12Jr)
Warrensburg, Mo.
66
14. 14. Gary McGinnis (38)
Blue Springs, Mo.
64
15. 13. Rick Anderson (8)
Slater, Mo.
62
16. 16. Skylar Nolker (99M)
Richmond, Mo.
60
DNF. 6. Kody Bray (15s)
Archie, Mo.
58
DNF. 18. Matt Michaels (13M)
Lee`s Summit, Mo.
56
DNF. 17. Scott Pullen (08)
Urich, Mo.
55
DNF. 12. William Riley Small (10w)
Holden, Mo.
54
DNF. 21. Jason Reeves (5R)
Lawson, Mo.
53
DNF. 22. Dallas Heuser (15H)
Corder, Mo.
52
DNF. 11. Kameron Grindstaff (14)
Independence, Mo.
51
DNS. 24. Chris Kitsch (3K)
Belton, Mo.
45

 

STREET STOCK A-Feature

PLACE START DRIVER POINTS
1. 1. Nathan Vaughn (12V)
Sedalia, Mo.
100
2. 5. Aaron Samuel Poe (45)
Knob Noster, Mo.
95
3. 2. Devin Irvin (67)
Cleveland, Mo.
91
4. 3. John Brooks (27)
Warrensburg, Mo.
87
5. 4. Brett Wood (7)
Warrensburg, Mo.
84
6. 6. Michael Mullins (M20)
Kingsville, Mo.
81
7. 9. Jerry Schmidt (11x)
Blue Summit, Mo.
78
8. 8. Christopher Kircher (28K)
Drexel, Mo.
76
9. 7. James Allen Ngo (60)
Independence, Mo.
74
10. 10. Robert Chad Eickleberry (09)
Warrensburg, Mo.
72
11. 11. Randy Jester (51)
Odesa, Mo.
70
12. 12. Brian Inlow (43)
Concordia, Mo.
68
13. 13. Ethan Mullins (5E)
Sedalia, Mo.
 

 

MODIFIED A-Feature

PLACE START DRIVER POINTS
1. 1. Timothy W Karrick (1K)
Basehor, Ks.
100
2. 4. Terry L Schultz (90)
Sedalia, Mo.
95
3. 3. Chad Lyle (16S)
Oak Grove, Mo.
91
4. 7. Gunner Martin (75)
Sugar Creek, Mo.
87
5. 9. Dean K Wille (68)
Warrensburg, Mo.
84
6. 5. Kevin Blackburn (88)
Fulton, Mo.
81
7. 12. Colson Kirk (5K)
Urbana, Mo.
78
8. 2. Rick Beebe (22B)
Shawnee, Ks.
76
9. 8. Kameron Grindstaff (14)
Independence, Mo.
74
10. 6. Richard S Florence (42)
Lathrop, Mo.
72
11. 10. Rodney Schweizer (74)
Kansas City, Ks.
70
12. 11. Kyle Westerhold (17k)
Blue Springs, Mo.
68
13. 14. Allan Lawrence (94)
Gardner, Ks.
66
14. 13. Johnny Wyman (95JR)
Fulton, Mo.
 

 

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