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(Sept. 27-28) - The track held its latest points race. Dragster (age 10-17) class had three racers separated by 10 points, and in Super Pro, two racers were separated by 60 points. On Saturday, the Test-N-Tune, Saturday Night Gamblers, and Street Legal Shootout classes were held, and on Sunday, racers competed in the Aerospace Components King of the Track.
Aerospace Components King of the Track Oder crowned new King of the Track at Kearney KEARNEY RACEWAY PARK, leader Dalton Olsen and Bailey Wooley. Kearney, Neb. (Sept. 27-28) — The Olsen got the win when Wooley broke track held its latest points race. out, 13.20 (13.10) to 12.88 (12.93). Willie At the end of the event, two of the Wilkerson was the semifinalist. track’s class champions were The Jr. Dragster (10-17) final had determined on Sunday. The Jr. Caleb and Brandon Kleewein. Caleb Dragster (age 10-17) class had three got the win light with an 8.10 on a racers separated by 10 points, and in 7.93 dial, which gave him the points Super Pro, two racers were separated lead in the class. Brandon ran a 9.35 Points leader Dalton by 60 points. on an 8.94 dial. Lindsie Wooley and Olsen defeated Bailey On Saturday, the Test-N-Tune, Levi Woodring were semifinalists. Wooley in the Jr. Saturday Night Gamblers, and Street In King of the Hill, Caleb faced off Dragster (age 8-9) Legal Shootout classes were held, and against Olsen. Caleb earned his second final when Wooley on Sunday, racers competed in the win of the day with an 8.08 (7.93) to broke out with a Aerospace Components King of the Olsen’s 13.42 (13.14). 12.88 (12.93). Track. Only participants in Super Pro, Tyler Vaughn defeated Alex Pro, Sportsman, and Street Legal were Lindenstein in the High School final Angela Oder earned a spot eligible to compete in the King of the when Lindenstein went red. Vaughn in the winner’s circle over Track run-off to earn a Wally. ran an 11.957 (11.96) to Lindenstein’s Randy Sherman in the King The Box and No Box winners usually 17.00 (16.83). Mark Wittenbach was of the Track runoff, running face off in the Saturday Night Gamblers the semifinalist. .004-second off her 10.68 race for the top prize. This weekend, the Randy Sherman stopped Mike dial. drivers elected to split the winnings. Jeffery in the Sportsman final, Dan Wilder won the No Box title running .004-second off his 12.77 dial. Angela Oder finished over Michaela Worley in the double- Jeffery ran a too quick 15.21 on a ahead of Jason Ahola in breakout final, running a 10.87 on a 15.23 dial. Jeffery’s runner-up effort Pro, running a 10.72 on 10.91 dial to Worley’s 12.06 on a moved him within a round and a half a 10.66 dial. Ahola 12.14 dial. of the points leader. George Looney recorded a 10.13 on a In the Box final, Corey Bentley was the semifinalist. 10.09 dial. Ken Mostrom was the Oder’s 10.24 (10.23). Dennis McCain got the win over Keith Kuehn. Rocky Grotz beat Jack Wilder in semifinalist. and Hal Bentley were semifinalists. Bentley ran a right-on 11.05 to the Street Legal final
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