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Sept. 8, 2011 www.speedrome.com Volume 35 #13 DOUG GREIG, 2011 INDIANAPOLIS SPEEDROME® Also LATE MODEL CHAMPION Pick-Up A 20 Figure 8 main events and 20 oval features that is what World made up the 2011 Dads Truck & Auto Late Model campaign at the Figure 8® Bryant Heating and Cooling Indianapolis Speedrome®. The Chase for the Cup championship is one of the toughest to win in short track Souvenir racing with Edition $10,000 Newspaper going to the top SPEEDY TEEPE, 2011 INDIANAPOLIS SPEEDROME® point STOCK CLASS CHAMPION earner. There were 25 features contested this year in the Peters Auto 2006 Service Stock Chase for the Cup championship. But after all of those inaugural laps, it came down to September 4th and the final circuits of the chase season at the Bryant winner Heating and Cooling Doug Indianapolis Speedrome®. Greig 2001 and 2008 division started champion Speedy Teepe Labor Day added another crown to weekend his racing resume. He ties 4th in the standings. He won both Saturdays 50-lapper and Jerry Pritsch for 2nd on Sundays 35th Annual 1 Hour Figure 8 Endurance Race to overcome the all-time list with 3 that deficit to capture his 2nd career Late Model crown. titles each in this divisions Doug Greig won what was the most competitive and exciting current configuration championship season in the Hall of Fame classs 33-year history. 7 which dates back to the different drivers led the standings with most topping the chart on late 1970s. His cut of the multiple occasions. Greig paced the points early on in the year 2011 point fund is a series before settling in the top five for most of the season. During the record $2,000 to be presented at the awards banquet in November. concluding 10 nights known as the Chase for the Cup the only time After winning the Spring Fling Series Hornet title in March, he was in first place came after the final lap was turned. Speedy Teepe started off his Stock campaign with 4 top five feature Doug Greig had 4 feature victories on the season. His Figure results before suffering his only DNF of the year on April 30th. His 8 and oval competition statistics were perfectly balanced with 11 top path to the promise land began the very next week with his third five and 19 top ten finishes in each discipline. He was the opening straight victory in the Brian Luttrell Memorial 62-lap Figure 8. The day fast qualifier and won 9 of the 21 trophy dash races held this following 12 year. Greig also picked-up a pair of preliminary heat wins. In addi- events produced tion to this Late Model title, he is the current point leader in the INEX all top ten Legend class and finished 6th in the Peters Auto Service Stock Chase finishes includ- for the Cup championship. Doug has one of the most diverse and ing 9 in the top decorated racing resumes in Speedrome history. We want to con- five before gratulate him, his team, and sponsors for this championship. taking home his Dads Truck & Auto Late Model oval competition made the second feature record books in 2011. For the first-time, there were no repeat win- win on Sponsor ners in the season. That historic list of 20 different victors in 20 race Appreciation were in order RJ Norton Jr, Casey White, Steve Frost Jr, Bobby Night August Douthitt, Steve Frost, Chad Sizemore, Leonard Basham, Charlie 3rd. Five more Reed, Mark Tunny, Bobby Whitaker, Austin Tunny, Rodney Sizemore, consecutive top Doug Greig, Jesse Tunny, Bruce Tunny, Eddie Rogers, Ben Tunny, five runs brought him into the half oval and half Figure 8 finale just 1 Chris Green, Mike St John, and Manny Aguilar. point behind Larry Hahn. Speedy held off the charge from Hahn on the final laps to triumph in that event and for his third career crown. SPEEDROME NATION MOURNS BILL TUNNY SR Besides his trio of feature victories, Teepe was the divisions September 3rd was the first time in 35 years that the friendly fastest qualifier on 5 occasions and won 2 preliminary heat races. He face of Bill Tunny Sr had not been at the Speedrome on a Saturday was also the runner-up in the prestigious 15th Annual Kennys Auto night. He had sadly passed away on Friday. His family of racers paid Sales 100, a race he won in 2007. 2011 was his return to full-time in him a special tribute during the playing of the national anthem. All 6 the Peters Auto Service Stock division after a year in the Dads Truck of the Tunny drivers took the traditional patriotic salute lap. Bill Srs & Auto Late Models. He was an impressive 7th in that challenging two sons Bill Jr and Bruce occupied the front row with American series. Speedy spends his Friday nights at the Speedrome as well. Flags hoisted high. The following rows had his grandkids Mark, Ben, His son Andrew is one of the top racers in the Circle City Pyrotech- Jesse, and Austin carrying checkered flags. Back at the start/finish nics Junior Faskarts. We want to congratulate Speedy Teepe, his line were his daughter Debbie and grandkids Katie and Dana to give team, and sponsors for this championship. the command to start The Peters Auto Service Stock division was very closely con- engines. There were tested during 2011. There were 13 different winners in the 25 main plenty of emotions in the events. Leading the way was Hahn with 4 victories including the air. Throughout the pit aforementioned Kennys 100. Teepe and 2011 Dads Truck & Auto area were cars with red Late Model champion Doug Greig had 3 wins apiece. With 2 triumphs ribbon tributes to signify this season were Nigel Peters, Bob Johnson, Mike Burgess, Jeff A honors towards this very Smith, and 2011 Rookie-of-the-Year Kevin Smith. Drivers who had 1 special person. He will checkered flag were Jimmy Kirby, Jeff Johnson, EJ Neat, Donnie truly be missed. Sloan, and Kevin Williams. The Speedrome Proudly Celebrates Its 70th Birthday in 2011 Page 2 www.speedrome.com Sept. 8, 2011 The Dads Truck & Auto Late Model racing program launched with qualifications. 2009 track champion Mark Tunny rang-up fast time with a lap of 13.286 seconds. 2006 class king Doug Greig won the trophy dash while 2003 World Figure 8® Champion Bill Tunny Jr and veteran Bulldog Bobby Whitaker won the preliminary heats. In the 25-lap oval feature, it was Manny Aguilar going flag-to-flag for his second career division victory and first since July of 2000. His win was also significant as it was the 20th different winner in 20 races making it the first-time in division history that there were no repeat oval winners in a single season. Austin Tunny was the main event runner-up over his dad Bill Tunny Jr. The next point gathering race in the $10,000-to-win Dads Truck & Auto Late Model Chase for the Cup was a 50-lap Figure 8. Whitaker jumped out to the early lead. His Sept. 3, 2011 Late Models familiar #31 was # Driver Time TD H1 H2 OV F8 (above) Manny showing some nice 33 Doug Greig 13.546 1 3 4 1 Aguilar had a speed after a new 57 Jesse Tunny 13.504 4 6 10 2 good weekend setup was applied including winning 17 Mark Tunny 13.286 3 5 7 3 after mid-week his first oval 2 Austin Tunny 13.658 2 2 4 testing. Chad feature since 5 Ben Tunny 13.652 7 9 5 Sizemore was in 2000. (left) 51 Rodney Sizemore 13.687 8 15 6 second, but had Bobby Whitaker 7 Bill Tunny Jr 13.825 1 3 7 some serious pres- won his heat 41 Casey White 13.933 4 8 8 sure on his back race. (below) 71 Steve Frost no time 9 bumper. He was Don Eslick is the 0 Chad Sizemore 13.984 2 5 10 first Washington taken wide by a 25 Manny Aguilar 14.204 3 1 11 Driver to race in lapped car giving Doug Greig an 4 Bruce Tunny 13.498 2 4 6 12 the Late Models. opening. Greig 31 Bobby Whitaker 14.356 1 13 13 chased down Bobby 40 Rich Catron 14.252 8 14 14 and made the lead 32 Dennis Sloan 14.759 6 16 15 pass. Doug grew the 49 Don Eslick 14.179 7 12 16 gap over the remain- 18 Eddie Rogers 14.146 5 11 ing circuits to claim his second Figure 8 win of the year. The victory moved him into second in the points just 50 back of his son-in-law Jesse Tunny. The Outlaw was second in this race over his cousin Mark. The championship has but one grueling race left. In addition, we saw history made as the Late Model division had a driver from the state of Washington, Don Eslick, enter the competition. 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Time trials started the evening with important grid positions and vitally needed qualifying bonus points for the fastest four. 2009 World Figure 8® Champion Ben Tunny won the pole with a lap of 18.030 seconds. He did it by the slightest of margins eclipsing his younger brother Austin by just .001 seconds. Previous track champions Mark Tunny and Doug Greig rounded out the top four with Greig winning the trophy dash race, 6 drivers entered this finale with championship hopes and dreams still at their grasp. The first title trying domino fell on the pace lap when a freakish front suspension failure sent Casey White to the pits. The green flag waved and the clock started its 60-minute countdown with Ben taking the lead with Austin settling into second. The crossover was crazy early with this fast roster that included 3 top drivers from the state of Washington. That group included Brian and Nick Gunderson who raced the previous evening at their Ever- green Speedway home track and then flew cross country after that race to join their Late Model cars in Indianapolis. Brian had won that NASCAR sanctioned Figure 8. Ben was driving at an incredible pace lengthening his advan- tage to a straightway by lap 15. The runner-up spot changed hands damage and sending him to the pits. He would return a couple of around this times, but only completed 24 more laps. Over the next segment Ben time when 35th Annual Late Model 1 Hour Figure 8 has built his lead to 14 seconds placing him on the tail of the 4-car Mark slid September 4, 2011 pack wrestling over second. The race hit a turning point on lap 92 around his when the red flag flew for the stalled cars of Chad Sizemore and Bill cousin Austin. F ST # Driver Time TD Laps Tunny Jr. This eliminated that massive advantage held by Ben. 3rd By the 30th 1 4 33 Doug Greig 18.255 1 186 place running Greig was the only one of the 5 lead lap cars to pit circuit, Ben 2 1 5 Ben Tunny 18.030 3 186 making a strategy gamble. The crew made quick work of the stop was lapping 3 6 57 Jesse Tunny 18.318 185 replacing the rear tires. cars quickly 4 5 4 Bruce Tunny 18.304 185 Ben resumed the primary position on the restart with Jesse making it to 5 20 7 Bill Tunny Jr no time 179 topping the pursuit pack now a little closer to the leaders pace. the rear 6 10 25 Manny Aguilar 18.878 172 Another three-wide situation for second changed the running order bumper of 7th 7 9 0 Chad Sizemore 18.811 165 on lap 138. Jesse and Greig had Ward in a sandwich in turn three place Greig. 10 8 11 13 Brian Gunderson 18.886 136 causing Jesse to spin dropping him back to the 4th spot after resum- laps later the 9 17 99 Jerry Lee Ward 19.366 118 ing. Doug was now making these new tires work and began cutting intersection 10 7 41 Casey White 18.321 101 some gap to Ben. Two red flags inside the 6-minute-to-go mark claimed its 11 13 33g Nick Gunderson 19.137 100 bunched up the race and championship deciding group. The first first casualty 12 2 2 Austin Tunny 18.031 4 84 stoppage was for the stalled car of White while the other was for a when two cars 13 16 16 Steve Frost Jr 19.309 75 broken Steve Frost Jr machine. had contact 14 15 49 Don Eslick 19.274 64 The final lap 172 restart saw sparks fly as each front running placing them 15 3 17 Mark Tunny 18.050 2 39 driver knew the gravity of the situation. Doug ducked under Ben just in the path of 16 14 71 Steve Frost 19.138 23 a few circuits later and they fought for first. Lap 176 he made the second run- 17 18 31 Bobby Whitaker 19.735 18 pass stick for the only lead change of the event. Ben chased him in ning Mark 18 12 18 Eddie Rogers 19.040 5 vein the final 11 laps, but could not regain the spot. Greig went on to catching his 19 19 40 Rich Catron 19.966 3 win his first career One Hour Figure 8 Endurance Race. The finishing right rear and 8 51 Rodney Sizemore 18.468 position was enough points for Doug to claim his second career Late damaging his Model championship. When asked about his pit stop he said, I sat suspension Lap Leaders - Ben Tunny (1-175), Doug Greig (176-186) there for a second under the red at halfway and thought what the ending his heck. I knew that I had to do something to change it up and came in championship quest. This made a new fight for second between for tires. I wanted to win this race for my family and my crew. The brothers Austin and Jesse Tunny. That duo went three-wide with a Loud Crowd (Dougs loyal rooting section of fans) is back and stron- lapped car in turn three of the 50th circuit. Austin emerged from the ger than ever. Greig continued, Winning this $10,000 is amazing! I spark flying situation in the runner-up slot. am proud to be a champion at the Indianapolis Speedrome. Lap 60 saw Jerry Lee Ward loop in turn one stacking up Ben Tunny finished a very close second in the race and the several contenders. Austin would get the worst of this giving him season standings. He was followed in the top five by family members Jesse Tunny, Bruce Tunny, and Bill Tunny Jr on an emotional weekend in which patriarch Bill Tunny Sr passed away at the age of 80. 6th Need A Tow, Were Where To Go place was a very impressive Manny Aguilar. The top ten was com- pleted by a resilient Chad Sizemore, Washingtons Brian Gunderson, Jerry Lee Ward, and Casey White. The race went 186 laps with only Doug and Ben on the primary circuit. 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The third heat saw 24 Junior Crabtree 2 8 Jimmy Sexton III victorious 33 Nigel Peters 3 9 over Teddy Monroe and 19 Henry McDougalle Jr 10 Harold Bruce. Sexton would 93 Brandon Johnson 5 11 bolt out to the lead in the 04 Dillen Sexton 5 12 feature aiming to top his 43 Harold Bruce 3 13 career best 9th place result. 19 Teddy Monroe 2 He had his hands full with the 22 Craig Murello 4 ever-improving Lee Schwartz. 27 Henry McDougalle Jr 1 These two stayed close the entire distance with Sexton (above) celebrating that initial Speedrome triumph. Schwartz was the runner-up with Curry a solid third. The results put the point fight even tighter with 4 drivers within just 4 markers. More on www.speedrome.com Auto Parts 505 S. Tibbs Avenue Indianapolis, Indiana 317-248-1481 317-248-1483 Business Hours: Monday thru Saturday 8AM to 5PM Closed Sunday Mention this Ad for a Recycling Division Special Discount!!!! & Metal Salvage 639 S. Harding Street Indianapolis, Indiana 317-638-7000 WE BUY SCRAP! 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McDougalle Jr ® 418 22 Nigel Peters ® 82 22 Chuck Watkins 92 23 David Hartsock ® 830 23 Dustin Sapp ® 392 23 David Lee Byrd 80 Eddie Smal 92 24 Chris Green 650 24 Aaron Smay ® 358 24 Henry McDougalle Sr 78 24 Jerry Gulley Jr 86 25 Jerry Lee Ward 640 25 Joe Sheedy 324 25 Mark Eads Jr 76 Donnie Garrigus IV 86 26 Bobby Douthitt 630 26 Jonothan Morgan ® 264 Dewayne Armour 76 Carl Drake 86 27 Leonard Basham 580 27 Bob Knauss ® 258 Herbie Conrad 76 David Coil 86 28 Donnie Garrigus III 560 28 Eddie Snapp Jr 240 28 Jeff Thinnes ® 72 28 Spencer Young 84 29 Charlie Reed 555 29 Jordan McIntosh ® 232 29 Carl Schilling ® 70 Jim Bullock 84 30 RJ Norton III 530 30 Mark Eads Jr 226 Points after races on Sept. 4th Jeff Thinnes 84 31 Jack Dossey Jr 480 31 Danny Turner 222 31 Web Dillard 82 32 Larry Hahn 475 32 Eddie Snapp Sr 214 Season Championships 32 Chip Branham 76 33 Nigel Peters ® 465 33 Lee Schwartz ® 162 End on September 17th for the Points after races on Sept. 4th 34 Charlie Hargraves 380 34 Ricky Martin ® 160 Roadrunners Don Eslick ® 380 35 Herbie Conrad 156 Hornets Circle City Pyrotechnics 36 Rich Catron 330 Rex Cox II ® 156 Hornet Figure 8 37 Gary Bedell 315 37 Jon George 148 Junior Faskart Chase for the Cup Junior Faskarts Rk Driver Points 38 Speedy Teepe 280 38 Dennis Sloan 146 Indy Faskarts Brian Gunderson ® 280 39 Scott Keen 144 1 Jordan Hahn 2167 Legends 40 Nick Gunderson ® 250 40 Jimmy Sexton III ® 140 2 Brian Vogel Jr 2144 Bandoleros 41 Mike Burgess 230 41 Donny Scurry 136 3 Quentin White 2135 Be Proud, Be Speedrome Proud 42 David Lee Byrd 175 42 Brian Canter 128 4 Andrew Teepe 2117 at www.speedrome.com 43 Bob Knauss ® 150 43 Eddie Brown Jr ® 124 5 Josh Vogel 2102 44 Boyd Butcher 145 44 Henry McDougalle Sr 120 6 Caitlyn Wolfe ® 2066 45 Ron Brandt 80 45 Greg Snow 92 INEX Legends 7 Cameron Wolfe ® 2038 46 Donnie Sloan 45 46 Dillen Sexton ® 86 Rk Driver Points 8 Thomas Skiles 1949 Points after races on Sept. 4th 47 Justin Dibbern ® 84 1 Doug Greig - M 1939 9 Brayde Harper ® 1332 48 Jesse Tunny ® 82 2 Joe Thurman - M 1917 10 Austin Doehrman ® 1039 INEX Bandoleros 49 Roger Gwinn ® 80 3 Mike Hacker - M 1847 11 Tyler Jones ® 512 Rk Driver Points 50 Bill Hasson ® 78 4 Eric Black - M 1811 12 Darian Mays ® 406 1 Chris Hacker - B 2057 51 Rick Howard 76 5 Tyler Payne - YL 1799 13 Ty Riddle ® 240 2 Thomas Skiles - B 1762 Don Sloan Sr 76 6 Marc Anderson - M 1560 14 Garrett Fox ® 164 3 Walter Thomas III - O 1569 Points after races on Sept. 4th 7 Marty Griffin - M 1543 15 Cierra Ash ® 160 4 Dalton Brown - B 1469 8 Ben Tunny - P 1404 16 Brayton Laster ® 76 5 James Kirby - B 1419 Jr Spec Indy Faskarts 9 Earl Brown - SP 1350 Points after races on Sept. 2nd 6 Kyle Donahue - B 283 Rk Driver Points 10 Tony Holden - M 1310 7 Carson Ferguson - B 200 1 Dustin Kares 478 11 Dillion Brown - YL 1278 Want to join in on the fun? 8 Jack Dossey III - O 197 2 Jeremy Johnson 474 12 Jon Watson - SP 1214 Download rules on the web at 9 Dawson Cram - B 185 3 Randy Caldwell 400 13 Aaron Holden - P 898 www.speedrome.com 10 Randy Caldwell - O 100 4 Noah Reynolds 368 14 Paul Shafer Jr - YL 622 Points after races on Sept. 2nd 5 Ty Riddle 367 15 Paul Shafer Sr - P 556 6 Jalen Mathews 178 16 Ty Rose - YL 552 World Figure 8® Tour Indy Faskarts 7 Chris Hacker 94 17 Gerad Miller - SP 320 Rk Driver Points Rk Driver Points 8 Kole Purvis 86 18 Allison Schoch - YL 296 1 Ben Tunny 533 1 Ryan Cherry 1236 Points after races on Sept. 2nd 19 Dustin Griffin - SP 236 2 Curtis McMurtrey 518 2 David Reynolds 1234 20 Ben Rhodes - YL 200 3 Corey Turner 487 3 Matt Smith 1204 Hornet Figure 8 21 B. DeBrakeleer - YL 188 4 Bruce Tunny 457 4 Jon Farina 1184 Chase for the Cup Standings 22 Austin Cindric - YL 181 5 Jesse Tunny 443 5 Junior Purvis 622 Rk Driver Points 23 Andrea Hans - SP 174 Steve Frost 443 6 Ron Taylor 557 1 Keith Graybill 1488 24 Kevin Donahue - YL 170 7 Austin Tunny 439 7 Tom Toole 547 2 Don VanValkenburg III 1441 25 Matt Erich 168 8 Chad Sizemore 436 8 Ben Tunny 543 3 Don VanValkenburg II 1396 26 Payton Ryan - YL 165 9 Doug Greig 404 9 Jon Wilson 455 4 Mike Fischer 1020 27 Austin Ball - YL 154 10 David Hartsock 398 10 Brad Kares 438 5 Dameron Taylor 955 28 Jarrett Alexander - YL 146 11 Bobby Whitaker 397 11 Rodney Shrum 372 6 Nigel Peters 885 29 Josh Morris - YL 100 12 Rodney Sizemore 394 12 David Krick 264 7 Jonothan Morgan 880 30 Jack Dossey Jr - M 92 13 Jerry Lee Ward 383 13 Wayne Grabman 182 8 Rich Catron 852 31 Paul Holden - M 84 14 Steve Frost Jr 334 14 Tim Gill 94 9 Cody Shumaker 762 32 Byron Stowe - 80 15 Mike St John 259 15 Steve Bovard 92 10 Mark Allman 500 33 Doug Dugger - M 78 16 Casey White 231 16 Rob Smith 90 11 Doug Carver 477 Chris Rhodes - SP 78 17 David Lee Byrd 225 17 Chris Bovard 88 12 Douglas Harris 180 Ed Black - M 78 18 RJ Norton III 220 18 Tim Wilson 86 13 Jerry Gulley Jr 90 36 Ryan Cherry - SP 72 19 Eddie Rogers 216 19 Bryan Ward 82 14 Chad Sizemore 84 37 Dustin Sword - SP 64 20 Boyd Butcher 182 Points after races on Sept. 2nd Points after races on Sept. 4th Points after races on Sept. 2nd Points after races on July 2nd Page 8 www.speedrome.com Sept. 8, 2011 The crossover was the focus in this first Chase for the Cup Hornet Figure 8 of the weekend. In heat race competition, it was Don VanValkenburg II winning his second Sept. 2 Hornet Figure 8 intersection preliminary of 2011. # Driver H F Point leader Keith Graybill was 12 Doug Carver 5 1 second with Don VanValkenburg III 00 Dameron Taylor 4 2 third. The feature saw green with 80 Keith Graybill 2 3 veteran Doug Carver launching out 254 Don VanValkenburg III 3 4 to the lead. An entertaining scramble was going on for the 54 Cody Shumaker 5 runner-up slot between Dameron 64 Don VanValkenburg II 1 6 Taylor, VanValkenburg III, and 53 Junior Lemasters 6 Graybill. Out front, it was Carver (left) rolling to his career first victory on the Figure 8 course. Taylor grabbed second with Graybill getting third. The Hornet Figure 8 stars rambled into another crossover challenge on Saturday night. In the preliminary heat, it was title contender Don VanValkenburg III (below) hoisting the checkered flag 9/3 Hornet Figure 8 over point leader Keith Graybill and # Driver H F Fridays feature winner Doug Carver. 80 Keith Graybill 2 1 The early main event mix included 254 Don VanValkenburg III 1 2 pole sitter Mike Fischer and veteran 92 Rich Catron 4 3 Rich Catron. Title rivals 12 Doug Carver 3 4 VanValkenburg and Graybill moved 64 Don VanValkenburg II 6 5 to the front and battled for the 15 Mike Fischer 5 6 victory. Keith (right) would seal the 53 Cody Shumaker 7 deal taking his division best 12th victory just 1 win from tying the class record for victories in a sea- son. Don was the runner-up with Carver taking third. 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Don VanValkenburg III was runner-up with Carver rounding out the podium. www.speedrome.com www.jos.us.com Call 353-8206 to advertise Pepsi is the Official Soft Drink with the of the Indianapolis Speedrome® Speedrome Sept. 8, 2011 www.speedrome.com Page 9 The Peters Auto Service Stock $2,000-to-win Chase for the Cup came into the finale with only 1 point separating previous cham- pions Larry Hahn and Speedy Teepe. The race was a historic one as it was the first-time that a premier class ran oval and Figure 8 in the same contest. The day started Sept. 4, 2011 Stocks with qualifications. Hahn topped that session for the 15th time in # Driver Time F 2011 with a lap of 13.703 48 Speedy Teepe 13.874 1 seconds. The first segment on 24 Larry Hahn 13.703 2 the title main event was 15 laps 41 Bob Johnson 14.221 3 on the oval. Veteran Jeff A 26 Jeff A Smith 13.851 4 Smith led the way with Teepe 23 Kenny McDonough 14.357 5 sliding into second. There was a 57 David Lee Byrd 14.329 6 mad scramble behind with 18 Nigel Peters 13.939 7 several cars catching damage. 91x Henry McDougalle Jr no time 8 Hahn caught a flat tire in that 30x EJ Neat no time 9 deal and was limping around 20 Ricky Martin 15.286 10 until getting a break with a red 17x Rex Cox II no time 11 flag. He pitted and drove his The second to last round in the $2,000-to-win Peters Auto 42 Doug Greig 13.850 12 way to third before the races Service Stock Chase for the Cup began with time trials. 2006 cham- 43 Jon George no time 13 pre-determined halfway stop. pion Larry Hahn was 33x Scott Keen no time 14 The Stocks returned after quickest with a lap of Sept. 3, 2011 Stocks 21x Jimmy Sexton III no time 15 some setup adjustments on the 13.907 seconds. Heat # Driver Time H1 H2 F 43 Ben Tunny 14.716 cars for the Figure 8 course one saw Speed Racer 26 Jeff A Smith 13.938 4 1 portion of the race with Smith EJ Neat (below) victori- 24 Larry Hahn 13.907 6 2 This race was 15 Laps on the Oval and Teepe making up the front ous over Nigel Peters 48 Speedy Teepe 13.973 3 3 and 15 Laps on the Figure 8 row. Speedy got the jump on and Speedy Teepe. Heat 42 Doug Greig 13.978 7 4 the launch with Hahn working two had veteran Donnie 18 Nigel Peters 14.045 2 5 beside Smith for second. Jeff sportsmanly eased off the throttle a bit Sloan (right) winning 41 Bob Johnson 14.125 5 6 not wanting to make contact and upset the championship battle. over Lee Schwartz and 14 Donnie Sloan 14.578 1 7 Teepe and Hahn were now one-on-one. They eventually went side- Justin Dibbern. The by-side with two laps remaining. The pair touched in the first turn 49x Justin Dibbern 14.645 3 8 feature got underway with the outside groove running car of Hahn going for a spin as they 99x Lee Schwartz 14.993 2 9 with Jeff A Smith grab- rounded the marker. Speedy went on to win the unique race and his 28 EJ Neat 14.251 1 10 bing the lead. The battle 3rd Stock division title. Larry recovered for second with Bob Johnson 19 Henry McDougalle Jr no time 11 was on behind him as third. That is also how they finished in the final 2011 standings. 32 Don Sloan Sr 16.804 4 12 Teepe was holding a slim 27x Henry McDougalle Jr 14.576 2-point standings lead 174xBrian Canter 14.669 over Hahn while they 19x Teddy Monroe 14.805 were even closer on the track. That duel got more intense when the red flag flew for a stalled car in the late going. The restart saw Smith (above) streak away for his second main event win of 2011. 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That 8-lap contest saw young 99 Robert Eversole Batgirl Melanie Coil (below) 4 1 Sept. 3, 2011 Hornets take the victory in her first 2011 gun Cody Shumaker (below) take the 28 Dameron Taylor 2 2 victory over Dameron Taylor and Don 54 Don VanValkenburg II 3 3 # Driver H1 H2 F outing over David Oakes and VanValkenburg II. Junior Lemasters 53 Junior Lemasters 2 1 husband David Coil. The second 64 Cody Shumaker 1 4 and Shumaker would have an early 64 Cody Shumaker 1 2 heat had Cody Shumaker besting 53 Junior Lemasters 6 5 presence at the front of the 20-lap 254 Thomas Mullins 5 3 Junior Lemasters and Don 45 Don VanValkenburg III 5 6 main event. April/May champion 71 David Moore 5 4 VanValkenburg III for the win. 157 Evan Howard 7 7 Taylor and 2010 Chase for the Cup 45 Don VanValkenburg III 3 5 Lemasters snagged the early 07 Jim Bullock 8 8 king Robert Eversole (above) took 35 David Oakes 2 6 advantage in the feature hoping 44 Chip Branham 9 to avoid the bad luck that has over the race after that and battled 127 David Coil 3 7 23 John Klingenstein kept him from the winners circle for the victory. Robert would come 157 Evan Howard 4 8 out on top for the 10th time this year. Taylor had to settle for second this season. He had son 54 Don VanValkenburg II 4 9 with point leader VanValkenburg third. www.speedrome.com Shumaker on his bumper the 26 Melanie Coil 1 entire distance, but he could not de-rail him as a happy and relieved Lemasters (above) won his 1st main of the year. Cody settled for 2nd with Thomas Mullins 3rd. Sept. 8, 2011 www.speedrome.com Page 11 Rookies and veterans alike did battle on Sunday night in the Thirsty Turtle Tavern Hornets. Heat one saw crew chief turned Sept. 4, 2011 Hornets driver David Oakes (below) # Driver H1 H2 F taking the win over Jeff Thinnes 99 Robert Eversole 2 1 and Eddie Small. The second had 64 Cody Shumaker 3 2 point leader Don VanValkenburg 54 Don VanValkenburg II 1 3 II (right) best over Robert 33 Eddie Small 3 4 Eversole and Cody Shumaker. 53 Junior Lemasters 4 5 Oakes would lead the way early 254 Don VanValkenburg III 5 6 in the main event with thoughts 35 David Oakes 1 7 of a career first win in his head. 93 Jeff Thinnes 2 8 Reigning classchampion Eversole 301 Web Dillard 5 9 charged to second and was pressuring his wrench man. He 45 Lee Schwartz 4 made the pass and drove on to his league best 11th feature victory. Shumaker moved to second while VanValkenburg took third place. ---- FOLLOW US ON THE WEB ---- www.speedrome.com Page 12 www.speedrome.com Sept. 8, 2011 The Indy Faskarts resumed their points pursuit on this first Friday in Sept. 2nd Faskarts September. Defending series champion # Driver H F Ryan Cherry (top right) brought out the 1 Ryan Cherry 1 1 broom sweeping both the heat and 48 David Reynolds 2 2 feature races. Title contender David 00 Jon Farina 3 3 Reynolds occupied the runner-up position 7x Wayne Grabman 5 4 in each 7 Brad Kares 4 5 9/2 Jr Spec Faskarts event with 77 Rodney Shrum 6 # Driver H F former track 24 Matt Smith 7 American Proud champion 33 Dustin Kares 2 1 Jon Farina third in each as well. The Jr Since 1935 7x Jeremy Johnson 1 2 Spec Indy Faskarts had a changing of 7 Chris Hacker 3 3 the guard tonight. Well-spoken young man Dustin Kares (above) charged to victory in the feature and thus Proud Sponsor of the took over the series point lead. 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The Legends started things off # Driver H1 H2 F Oct 8 Sat World Figure 8 Tour® North South 100 Lap Figure 8, with heat races. The first preliminary 70 Eric Black 1 1 Roadrunner 15 Minute Enduro, Hornets, Hornet F8 saw veteran Eric Black take the win 30 Joe Thurman 5 2 Oct 15 Sat UAW presents 15th Annual Fall Festival Roadrunner, over Tony Holden and Doug Greig. The 42 Doug Greig 3 3 Stock, Hornet Oval, Hornet Figure 8, Jr. Faskarts, second heat had speedster Jon 28 Jon Watson 1 4 Legends, Bandoleros Watson (below) victorious over Mike 15 Marty Griffin 4 5 Oct 16 Sun Rain Date Fall Festival 2pm Hacker and Tyler Payne. Watson would 14 Tyler Payne 3 6 Oct 23 Sun 15th Annual Fall Festival Stock, Roadrunner, Hornet dash out to the early lead in the 17 Mike Hacker 2 7 Oval, Hornet Figure 8, Jr. Faskarts, Legends, feature. Payne charged to first a few Bandoleros 2pm 33 Marc Anderson 5 8 circuits later with Black on his heels. Oct 30 Sun 15th Annual Fall Festival Stock, Roadrunner, Hornet 18 Tony Holden 2 9 Eric (above) eventually made the pass Oval, Hornet Figure 8, Jr. Faskarts, Legends, 91 Byron Stowe 4 10 and went on to win his second main Bandoleros 2pm event of the year. Joe Thurman was the Nov 6 Sun 15th Annual Fall Festival Stock, Roadrunner, Hornet 9/2 Bandoleros runner-up with Greig third. In the INEX Oval, Hornet Figure 8, Jr. Faskarts, Legends, # Driver H F Bandoleros, it was Chris Hacker hoisting the Bandoleros 2pm 24 Chris Hacker 1 1 trophy and mathematically clinching his first- Nov 13 Sun 15th Annual Fall Festival Championship Day Stock, ever track championship at the Speedrome. Roadrunner, Hornet Oval, Hornet Figure 8, Jr. Faskarts, Legends, Bandoleros 2pm Nov 19 Sat Speedrome Awards Banquet Join us for all of the fun at the Speedrome (left) 2011 Speedrome INEX Bandolero champion Chris Hacker. The season finale is on Saturday Sept. 17th for the Bandoleros. 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(317) 353-1111 or 1-888-446-7087 The Speedrome was proud to have the American Super Cup Series on hand for their second visit of 2011. Medinah, Illinois driver Erle Hoth started things off Sept. 3, 2011 ASCS with quick time in qualifica- # Driver Time H1 H2 F tions at 14.469 seconds. 22 Erle Hoth 14.469 2 1 Heat one saw Stevens Point, 14 Erik Gehrke 15.143 2 2 Wisconsin ace Derrick Van 3 Ken Jones 15.203 1 3 Dreel best over Hoth and 52 Cody Erdmann 15.156 5 4 Mick Ellis. The second heat 31 Mick Ellis 15.284 3 5 had Lombard, Illinois racer 88 Jacob Van Wazer 15.615 3 6 Ken Jones triumphant over Erik Gehrke and Jacob Van 33 Andy Forster 15.794 4 7 Wazer. The 25-lap main 12 Derrick Van Dreel 16.303 1 8 event was a highly competi- 5 Mike Mayer 15.853 4 9 tive contest. Coming out on 21 Troy Mayer 20.611 5 10 Direct Delivery top was Hoth (above) in his 77 Theresa Udelle 16.829 6 11 6 Chuck Hinman 16.820 6 12 #22 machine. Rounding out 12001 East Washington Street the top five finishers were Gehrke, Jones, Cody Erdmann, and Ellis. The ASCS teams are back Indianapolis , Indiana 46229 for their final season appearance on Sunday night. (317) 353-1111 or 1-888-446-7087 www.directdeliveryinc.net ---- JOIN THE E-MAIL LIST ---- www.speedrome.com The American Super Cup Series was in action for the backend BUY HERE PAY HERE KENNYS event of their weekend visit to Indianapolis. Their program started with time trials. Grayslake, Illinois driver Erik Gehrke Sept. 4, 2011 ASCS was quickest with a lap of # Driver Time H1 H2 F AUTO SALES 15.097 seconds. Heat one 14 Erik Gehrke 15.097 5 1 saw Illinois ace Theresa 88 Jacob Van Wazer 15.653 2 2 Udelle victorious over Andy 22 Erle Hoth 15.297 4 3 Forster and Ken Jones. The 3 Ken Jones 15.107 3 4 second heat had Mayville, Wisconsin racer Cody 12 Derrick Van Dreel 16.526 3 5 Your Job Is Your Credit 31 Mick Ellis 15.782 6 6 Erdmann best over Jacob Van Wazer and Derrick Van 33 Andy Forster 16.116 2 7 3740 East New York 52 Cody Erdmann 15.142 1 8 Dreel. Gehrke (above) would capture the 25-lap event 21 Chuck Hinman 17.338 5 9 Indianapolis 77 Theresa Udelle 16.260 1 10 356-7372 victory over 13-year-old Van 6 Connor Danman 17.029 6 11 Wazer and Saturdays 5 Troy Mayer 17.111 4 12 feature winner Erle Hoth. IN A JAM? CALL THE MAN! Home of the William S. Cohen, Attorney at Law Zero Hero (317) 639-1326 (317) 638-9891 (Fax) Kenny Sizemore FREE CONSULTATION! Call for an Appointment TODAY! Personal Injury Criminal Auto/Truck Accident Drunk Driving Work Related Injuries Traffic Violations (NO RECOVERY = NO FEE!) 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Hornets Assignment, Pit Spot Drawing 9am-3pm Aug 10 Fri Kennys 100 Twin 25s Speedrome Stocks, Pro Hornets, April 7 Sat Opening Night Stock 25 Lap Figure 8, Late Models, Hornet, Jr Faskarts, Faskarts Roadrunner, Pro Hornet, Hornets, Legends Aug 11 Sat 16th Annual Kennys 100 Stock Championship, Late April 14 Sat Stocks, Late Models, Roadrunners, Pro Hornets, Model 50 Lap Figure 8, Pro Hornets, Hornets Hornets, Legends Aug 17 Fri Pro Hornets, Hornets, Legends, Jr & Adult Faskarts April 21 Sat Stock 25 Lap Figure 8, Late Models, Roadrunners, Aug 18 Sat Stock 25 Lap Figure 8, Late Model 50 Lap Figure 8, Pro Hornets, Hornets, USSA Mel Kenyon Midgets Roadrunners, Pro Hornets, Hornets April 28 Sat Stocks, Late Model 71 Lap Figure 8, Roadrunners, Aug 24 Fri Pro Hornet, Hornet, Legend, Jr & Adult Faskart Pro Hornets, Hornets Aug 25 Sat 34th Annual Pepsi Late Model 100 Lap Figure 8, May 4 Fri Pro Hornets, Hornets, Legends, Jr & Adult Faskarts Stocks, Roadrunners, Pro Hornets, Hornets, Big Wheels 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