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EMi with CSi

5/9/2017
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Clint Garner could not be denied Saturday night at Knoxville Raceway, even by a fellow EMi car. On lap four, Ryan Roberts, who won Friday night in his EAGLE at I-80 Speedway in his native Nebraska, took the lead. Garner followed him into second a lap later in his SCHNEE. Garner would eventually pass and win ahead of Roberts. “I wasn’t sure if I was going to beat him,” said Garner of Roberts. “He just won last night and he is feeling pretty good about things. There was definitely good competition. Clint continues to be the man to beat at Knoxville while Ryan flexes some muscle of his own. Ryan’s win of the Bobby Parker Memorial at I-80 was his first since 2015 with Jack Dover in tow, an EAGLE 1-2. Jack didn’t have to play runner up long, while Ryan and Clint were battling at Knoxville, Jack headed North to Park Jefferson. Third starting Dover made a strong power move on deep in the turn to take the top spot and roar away to victory. Dover finished ahead of Jordan Boston in his SCHNEE, giving EMi a 1-2 finish.

Mark Dobmeier returned to his home track of River Cities Speedway in Grand Forks to motor the Grinde prepped EAGLE to it's first Northern win of the season. Thumbs up Mark!

Michael Stien put a new car to the track at Arlington Raceway. This SCHNEE is a bit unique both in form and function. The aero body seemed to help propel Michael to his first win of the season in a car that “almost drove itself.”

John Ricketts blitzed around Devils Bowl Speedway earning his second win of the season aboard his EAGLE. This just a night after competing in the Elite Non-Wing Sprint Series where he finished second to Dalton Stevens. Steven’s win at RPM Speedway gave EAGLE cars an impressive 1-2 finish after starting in the 12th position. A great run during the second annual Johnny Suggs Classic. This was his second IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car win of the season and career-first Elite Series win.

Rico Abreu led all 40-laps to score top honors at Saturday's 27th annual Dave Bradway Jr. Memorial. A KWS-NARC Sprint Car Series feature event at Silver Dollar Speedway. “It's always special to win the Bradway race at Chico," said Abreu, who has captured the lucrative event three-times. "My team worked especially hard to give me a great race car tonight or I wouldn't be standing here." Abreu pocketed $8000 for his nights work, including $2000 in lap money and $1000 for earning the quick time award. He rocketed around the quarter-mile oval in 11.655 seconds to outpace the 37-car field.

Lake Ozark Speedway is back up and running and producing some nice results. Austin Alumbaugh took the 360 sprint win on the opening night of Speedway. The familiar #33 EAGLE bested a stellar field to take a win right out of the gate.

Jason Billups lead the Midwest Lightning Sprints at I-35 Speedway. Billups would reel in the leader and never relinquish the position picking up his first feature win of the season driving his HENCHCRAFT.

Ron Coleman did much of the same at 35 Raceway Park in Frankfort, OH with the Southern Ohio Lightning Sprints. Ron finished ahead of Ryan Barr giving HENCHCRAFT a 1-2 finish.

Chris Dickey won the California Lightning Sprints main event at Silver Dollar Speedway in Chico, CA in a HENCHCRAFT. The CLS vs. BCRA proved to be the longest journey of the season this weekend round two of the Civil War Series against the Bay Cities Racing Association. This provided EMi a sweep of the weekend’s events at the track.

SST’s are gaining ground, now with cars in nearly every corner of the country, results are piling in. EMi’s own, Frank Galusha, earned his second win of the season, this one at Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex. His STALLARD SST rolled from the 9th starting position to earn the Outlaw winged feature on CSi shocks.

Jayce Jenkins wheeled his Jenkins Motorsports SST to a win a win at Brooklyn Raceway in Iowa.

The Gator Motorplex, a 1/4 mile High-Banked oval in Willis, Texas hosted the 6th Annual Nolan Wren Memorial. An astounding 57 Winged 600's battled for the Top 24 starting positions after a long day of qualifying. The top two qualifiers leading the field to the green were both STALLARD SST’s. Travis Senter would pace the field to the green alongside of Dustin Davidson. Travis would continue on point until 2 laps remaining when a slowing car would tangle with the leader. This collision allowed Dustin Davidson to take advantage and claim the lead. Dustin Davidson would claim this victory and pull his STALLARD SST with CSi shocks into victory lane and pocket a cool $1200.
Robbie Smith went wingless at Bubba Raceway Park against a 19 car field. Sweeping the evening by winning both the heat and the feature in his STALLARD.

Matt Spicer parked his STALLARD in Victory Lane at Northwest Florida Speedway. Overcoming some early evening mechanical woes he fought through adversity to win the feature.

Article Credit: Eagle Staff Writers

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