Kenton started front row outside in the first heat race and took the win! That put him on the pole of the A feature! On the first corner of the first lap Kenton almost spun out and lost two spots. He got the car straightened back out and ran 3rd until lap 13. Tyler Kidwell passed him for 3rd and that same lap Brian McGowen broke while running 2nd. Restarted 3rd with only 3 laps to go and Kenton hit a rut in turn 2 and got passed by two cars, he finished 3th. Andy Bryant took the win, Tyler Kidwell was 2nd, Levi McGowen 3rd, Tim Vangotten 4th and Kenton 5th.
Mid-Season Champions Crowned; Sanders Takes Modified Clash
Humboldt Speedway- After the rainfall that plagued Southeast Kansas the past week, Rodney Sanders brought a little sunshine to Humboldt Speedway as the Happy, Texas driver took the McCarthy Auto Group A Modified feature. Sanders, starting outside the pole, inherited the lead after Mayetta’s Darron Fuqua lost power on lap 5, Sanders outpaced the field on his way to the $1000 victory. Heat race wins went to Matt Johnson, Tyler Davis and Darron Fuqua.
In Ray’s Metal Depot B Mod action, Ft. Scott driver Andy Bryant took the nights victory and the Mid Season Championship. Bryant, starting inside the second row, took advantage from the start on his way to the win. Chanute’s Tyler Kidwell charged from the sixth row to the runner-up position, Levi McGowen rounded out the top three. Heat race wins went to Kenton Allen, Brian McGowen and Andy Bryant.
Home Savings Factory Stocks saw Dereck Wilson complete the double, as he picked both the A Feature win and the Mid Season points Championship. Wilson, outdueled Wayne Johnson and Scott Collins for the win. Ethan Vance and Krew Walburn rounded out the top five. Heat Race wins went to Logan Boone and Jacob Ellison.
In the Tumbleweed Music Festival Street Stocks, Collinsville, Oklahoma’s Dalton Garrison shook off last weeks misfortune and picked up the win and the Mid Season Points Championship. Garrison, starting outside the pole, passed Shane Cook and outlasted Devin Irvin for the victory. Cook, by virtue of his Heat Race win, started on the pole. Nick Fritch and Hunter Oswald completed the top five.
Love’s Travel Stop Midwest Mod action saw Rob Muillenburg from Sparta, Missouri pick up the win. In doing so, he also secured the Mid Season Points Championship. Muillenburg had to hold off Trevor Vann who ran second. Vann also finished second in the the Mid Season standings. Heat race wins went to Mason Sigg and Rob Muillenburg.
In the nights final feature, the O’Reilly Auto Parts Sports Compacts, Brandon Vink won in dramatic fashion and a late race incident took out the leaders. Vink, completed the final four laps without injury on his way to the win and leapfrogged into the Mid Season Points Championship.
Robert Moore and Rick Andres rounded out the top three.
During intermission, Humboldt Speedway held its annual Kid Power Wheel and Bike Races. The top three in all the classes were as follows: Power Wheels Heat 1: 1) Aliscia & Paisley Boher 2)Mackenzie Haigler 3) Marshal Walburn Power Wheels Heat 2: 1) Cade Smith 2) Cale Lane 3) Riggs Whitworth & Miles Dixon. 5 & Under Bicycle 1) Asher Carnes 2) Marshal Walburn 3) Bailey Boone. 7-9 Bicycle: 1) Bryer Grisier 2) Rowan Grisier 3) Mathew Clounch. 10-13 Bicycle: 1) Caden Vink 2) Austin Robertson 3) Brayden Brittingham
Racing returns to Humboldt Speedway on June 7th, competing that evening will be Ray’s Metal Depot NASCAR B Modifieds, Home Savings Bank NASCAR Factory Stocks, O’Reilly Auto Part Sport Compacts and Love’s Travel Stops NASCAR Midwest Modifieds. For more information make sure to check out www.humboldtspeedway.com for all the up to the minute news about Humboldt Speedway.
RAYS METAL DEPOT NASCAR B-MODS
A Feature 1
||Ft Scott, KS
||Tim Van Gotten
||Jimmy Body III
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