September 8th, 2018

Results :

Modified Feature: 1. Stephen Kammer, Redding, CT 2. Joe DeGracia 3. Steve Conklin 4. John Cote 5. Skip LaPolt 6. Mike Dutka 7. Scott Quick 8. Tyler Dachenhausen

Sportsman Feature: 1. Ed Dachenhausen, Danbury, CT 2. Rich Coons 3. Jeff Richardson 4. Kyle Redner 5. Al Archiere 6. Jerry Curry 7. Willy Auchmoody 8. Brian Jones DNS. Rick Mill

Four Cylinder Twin 22 Feature # 1: 1. David Donovan, Neversink, NY 2. Todd Gadoury 3. Charlie Houghtaling 4. Tim Curry 5. Tasha Curry 6. Kody Welsh 7. Jeffrey Tubbs 8. Tisha Curry 9. Tabitha Riordan 10. Cliff Levison 11. Richard Smith 12. Nicole Nelson 13. Brandon Conklin 14. Rich Smith Sr. 15. Jessey Torrens 16. Dick Shaddock 17. Alec Graham 18. J.W. Gannon 19. Marisol Torrens 20. Gene Chariott 21. Jerry Kingeter 22. Cody Houghtaling 23. Mike Travis 24. Tim Degrote 25. Dan Curry 26. Shawn Maloney DNS. Joe Smith DNS. Dan Houghtaling DNS. Brian Bauernfeind

Four Cylinder Twin 22 Feature # 2: 1. Richard Smith, Neversink, NY 2. David Donovan 3. Joe Smith 4. Kody Welsh 5. Tasha Curry 6. Nicole Nelson 7. Cliff Levison 8. Todd Gadoury 9. Jeffrey Tubbs 10. Dan Houghtaling 11. Tim Curry 12. Brian Bauernfeind 13. Jerry Kingeter 14. Tisha Curry 15. Tabitha Riordan 16. JW Gannon 17. Brandon Conklin 18. Dick Shaddock 19. Jessey Torrens 20. Tim Degrote 21. Rich Smith Sr. 22. Alec Graham 23. Cody Houghtaling DNS. Charlie Houghtaling DNS. Marisol Torrens DNS. Gene Chariott DNS. Mike Travis DNS. Dan Curry DNS. Shawn Maloney
Street Stock Feature: 1. Larry O’Donnell, Monticello, NY 2. Joel Murns 3. Walt Henry 4. Bill Deak Sr. 5. Bill Deak Jr. 6. Brian Bauernfeind 7. Patty Falkena 8. Frank Maiori 9. Dan Houghtaling 10. Ernie Millen 11. Mike Skelly 12. Kyle Welsch 13. Corey Stanton

Pro Stock Feature: 1. Ed Butler, Bethel, NY 2. Josh Wilbur 3. Mac Crawson 4. Gene Morton 5. Porter Crawson 6. Gary Gamble 7. Glenn Richard DNS. Brayden Spencer

Legends Feature: 1. Eugene Drew, West Milford, NJ 2. Mike Policastro 3. Chris Gall 4. Sean Verwys 5. Jeffrey Lefcourt 6. Quinn Trimmer 7. Jack Gerzabek

Bandolero Feature: 1. Mike Roth, North Branch, NY 2. Evan Rygielski 3. Brian Rygielski 4. Joey Aungst 5. Katie Verwys 6. Justin Aungst 7. Kaden Rogers

Beg. Bandos Feature: 1. Monika Deckelman, Fremont Center, NY 2. Leland Oefelein 3. Ty Smith

Vintage ATQMVC Feature: 1. Rick Casario, Newton, NJ 2. Frank Mammano 3. Mike Casario 4. Drew Fornoro 5. Billy Fischer 6. Gary Mondschein 7. Blu Metz 8. Mike Corigliano

Vintage Suzuki TQ Feature: 1. Don Zrinski, Piscataway, NJ 2. Tim Adams 3. Vinny Testanero 4. Keith Majka 5. John Leombruno 6. Mike Casario 7. Blu Metz 8. Graham Hughes

KAMMER HAMMERS DOWN FIRST CAREER MODIFIED WIN ON ‘FIRST RESPONDER’ NIGHT; DONOVAN AND SMITH PICK UP FOUR CYLINDER VICTORIES IN JIMMY SHIELD’S MEMORIAL TWIN 22’S

September 8th, 2018:

Saturday at Bethel Motor Speedway was ‘First Responders’ night as all those in attendance remembered the tragic September, 11th 2001 terrorist attack and all the lives that were lost on that terrible day. Also held was a tribute to Jimmy Shields who was a first responder, emergency medical technician who also raced regularly at Bethel in the Four Cylinder Pure Stock class. Sadly, Shields passed away of sudden cardiac arrest two years ago, only weeks after the race season had concluded. Shields won the last feature he had competed in at the speedway with his red # 22 car. All of those who are associated with Bethel Motor Speedway thanks and recognizes the efforts of all our first responders in the military, police, fire, and medical fields.

The Interstate Batteries Modified feature saw a new driver picking up his first career open wheel modified win. Stephen Kammer, a former street stock champion on the dirt switched his track and class at the beginning of last season. Kammer’s determination and persistence paid off on this night in the Kammer Construction # 55 modified. Kammer led every lap of the race despite repeated challenges from former champion, Steve Conklin. Also, on the move was Nascar Whelen series driver Joe DeGracia who gallantly came from the last starting position to pass Conklin for second with two laps to go. DeGracia caught up to the leader Kammer and made an inside run in turn one on the final lap. Kammer held strong off the corner and was able to beat DeGracia at the checkers by half a car length to pick up the extra savory victory. Conklin held on for third at the finish.

Current Extreme Kleaner Sportsman point leader, Ed Dachenhausen had the chips fall in his favor on this night as he was able to extend his point lead over his fellow competitors along with taking the checkers. Dachenhausen collected his seventh victory of the season coming from sixth starting position in his Brookfield Glass # 18s machine. Rich Coons outgunned Kyle Redner on the first lap and looked strong in the first half of the race. At the halfway point, Dachenhausen took to the highside and outpowered Coons to take the lead after a multi-lap wheel to wheel battle. Coons stayed steady in second, while Jeff Richardson maneuvered by fan favorite Jerry Curry to take third when Curry fell victim to a flat right rear tire.

Fans were abuzz and delighted to the high turnout of four cylinder racers paying tribute to the late Jimmy Shields in two thrilling 22 lap features with extra purse money and valuable double points on the line. In the first feature, Tisha Curry jumped out into the early lead until lap four when the tenacious Richard Smith dashed out into the lead. Smith continued to lead until the ever-hot Dan Curry captured the lead at the halfway point as he was looking to extend his winning streak further. Chasing down the leader’s tracks, were hunters coming from deep in the field in the likes of Shawn Maloney, David Donovan, and Todd Gadoury. All eyes watched as the second half of the race proved to be a five car race for the lead as all five drivers were in strong contention to win as they sliced and diced each other in wheel to wheel action. With three laps to go, Richard Smith relinquished second position to head up pit road with a flat tire. On the final laps of the race it was eminent that D. Curry was losing the handling due to a rear tire going flat but continued to defend his lead position. The white flag lap proved to be the most eventful, with four leaders going for the glory. D. Curry and Maloney found the short end of the stick tangling in turn 3, with Donovan just squeaking out Gadoury to pick up his second win of the season at the stripe. Charlie Houghtaling valiantly drove from seventeenth position to take third at the checkers.

The second 22 lapper proved to be an action packed sequel to the first feature. Richard Smith would not be denied victory as he led every lap en route to his second victory of the season. David Donovan and Joe Smith put on a show of driving as they came from fourteenth and twenty-third starting positions coming up thru the field to track down the leader Smith. Donovan and Smith were able to get by second and third place running Nicole Nelson and Cliff Levison but both drivers ran out of time to catch Smith who had checked out from the rest of the field.

Shakelton Napa Street Stocks proved again to be a popular barnburner of a race which brought many fans to their feet cheering on their favorite drivers. Fan favorite, Larry O’Donnell took full advantage of his pole position start and took the early lead over fellow veteran racer Joel Murns. However, ninth starting Kyle Welsch came up through the pack to pick up third position by working his way on the high side getting by Bill Deak Sr. Welsch then caught up to Murns and tried several challenges high and low but couldn’t execute a clean pass which allowed last week’s feature winner, Mike Skelly to catch up to Welsch. Lap 12 found Welsch getting by Murns to get second and began to reel in the leader. Skelly worked by Murns for second three laps later and set his sights on Welsch. Soon enough it became a three horse race as the two drivers closed right close to the tail of O’Donnell. Lap 17 found Skelly make a bold frontstretch pass on Welsch to capture second position. With the white flag waving, Skelly began to make a run down the frontstretch on the leader O’Donnell. Skelly tucked hard to the inside in turn 1 with O’Donnell running tight in the middle defending his spot. Skelly got even to the door but slid up ever slightly contacting O’Donnell. O’Donnell was unphased by the contact coming out of turn two as he nosed ahead while Skelly was a bit loose on the inside. O’Donnell secured the lead going into turn 3 but Welsch dove hard into turn 3 resulting in the spin of second place running Skelly. At the checkers, it was O’Donnell picking up a well earned first victory of the season in the Tri Counties Auto # 26 over Murns and current points leader Walt Henry in third.

Defending Champion Ed Butler continues to dominate the Interstate Batteries Pro Stock class. Butler’s Tavern on Main # 32 picked up his ninth win of the season coming from fifth starting position. The first half of the race showed a great race up front between second generation drivers Josh Wilbur and Gene Morton, the two drivers ran twelve laps racing wheel to wheel swapping positions several times until Butler found an inside line open up in turn 3 giving him the hole he needed to execute a winning pass on lap 13. Wilbur continued to chase Butler in second, but Morton began to fade some getting passed by Glenn Richard for third on lap 14. Post race tech found Richard with a weight infraction which awarded Mac Crawson third position.

Legends feature racing saw veteran Eugene Drew picking up his third feature win of the season as he led wire to wire in the caution free race. Current point leader Mike Policastro finished second over Chris Gall in third.

Defending Champion, Mike Roth continued his dominance in the Bandoleros as he worked very hard to capture the lead from Katie Verwys going into turn 1 with five laps to go. It was smooth sailing from there for Roth and his Sullivan Engine # 8. Evan Rygielski surged to second and tried to rally to the lead but fell about one car length short at the checkers. Cousin Brian Rygielski finished a stout third position.

Monika Deckelman picked up her fourth win of the season over Leland Oefelein and Ty Smith. Deckelman led every lap of the race in the Beginner Bandos feature.

New Jersey racers Rick Casario and Don Zrinski were victorious in the ATQMVC Vintage TQ exhibition races.

Results :

Modified Feature: 1. Stephen Kammer, Redding, CT 2. Joe DeGracia 3. Steve Conklin 4. John Cote 5. Skip LaPolt 6. Mike Dutka 7. Scott Quick 8. Tyler Dachenhausen

Sportsman Feature: 1. Ed Dachenhausen, Danbury, CT 2. Rich Coons 3. Jeff Richardson 4. Kyle Redner 5. Al Archiere 6. Jerry Curry 7. Willy Auchmoody 8. Brian Jones DNS. Rick Mill

Four Cylinder Twin 22 Feature # 1: 1. David Donovan, Neversink, NY 2. Todd Gadoury 3. Charlie Houghtaling 4. Tim Curry 5. Tasha Curry 6. Kody Welsh 7. Jeffrey Tubbs 8. Tisha Curry 9. Tabitha Riordan 10. Cliff Levison 11. Richard Smith 12. Nicole Nelson 13. Brandon Conklin 14. Rich Smith Sr. 15. Jessey Torrens 16. Dick Shaddock 17. Alec Graham 18. J.W. Gannon 19. Marisol Torrens 20. Gene Chariott 21. Jerry Kingeter 22. Cody Houghtaling 23. Mike Travis 24. Tim Degrote 25. Dan Curry 26. Shawn Maloney DNS. Joe Smith DNS. Dan Houghtaling DNS. Brian Bauernfeind

Four Cylinder Twin 22 Feature # 2: 1. Richard Smith, Neversink, NY 2. David Donovan 3. Joe Smith 4. Kody Welsh 5. Tasha Curry 6. Nicole Nelson 7. Cliff Levison 8. Todd Gadoury 9. Jeffrey Tubbs 10. Dan Houghtaling 11. Tim Curry 12. Brian Bauernfeind 13. Jerry Kingeter 14. Tisha Curry 15. Tabitha Riordan 16. JW Gannon 17. Brandon Conklin 18. Dick Shaddock 19. Jessey Torrens 20. Tim Degrote 21. Rich Smith Sr. 22. Alec Graham 23. Cody Houghtaling DNS. Charlie Houghtaling DNS. Marisol Torrens DNS. Gene Chariott DNS. Mike Travis DNS. Dan Curry DNS. Shawn Maloney
Street Stock Feature: 1. Larry O’Donnell, Monticello, NY 2. Joel Murns 3. Walt Henry 4. Bill Deak Sr. 5. Bill Deak Jr. 6. Brian Bauernfeind 7. Patty Falkena 8. Frank Maiori 9. Dan Houghtaling 10. Ernie Millen 11. Mike Skelly 12. Kyle Welsch 13. Corey Stanton

Pro Stock Feature: 1. Ed Butler, Bethel, NY 2. Josh Wilbur 3. Mac Crawson 4. Gene Morton 5. Porter Crawson 6. Gary Gamble 7. Glenn Richard DNS. Brayden Spencer

Legends Feature: 1. Eugene Drew, West Milford, NJ 2. Mike Policastro 3. Chris Gall 4. Sean Verwys 5. Jeffrey Lefcourt 6. Quinn Trimmer 7. Jack Gerzabek

Bandolero Feature: 1. Mike Roth, North Branch, NY 2. Evan Rygielski 3. Brian Rygielski 4. Joey Aungst 5. Katie Verwys 6. Justin Aungst 7. Kaden Rogers

Beg. Bandos Feature: 1. Monika Deckelman, Fremont Center, NY 2. Leland Oefelein 3. Ty Smith

Vintage ATQMVC Feature: 1. Rick Casario, Newton, NJ 2. Frank Mammano 3. Mike Casario 4. Drew Fornoro 5. Billy Fischer 6. Gary Mondschein 7. Blu Metz 8. Mike Corigliano

Vintage Suzuki TQ Feature: 1. Don Zrinski, Piscataway, NJ 2. Tim Adams 3. Vinny Testanero 4. Keith Majka 5. John Leombruno 6. Mike Casario 7. Blu Metz 8. Graham Hughes

September 1st, 2018

Results :

Sportsman Feature: 1. Ed Dachenhausen, Danbury, CT 2. Rich Coons 3. Jeff Richardson 4. Rick Mill 5. Dan Dulin 6. Al Archiere 7. Matt Curry 8. Jerry Curry 9. Bill Papula

Modified Feature: 1. John Cote, New Milford, CT 2. Steve Conklin 3. Tyler Dachenhausen 4. Mike Dutka 5. Stephen Kammer 6. Scott Quick

Crate Sportsman Feature: 1. Rich Coons, Montgomery, NY 2. Shawn Maloney 3. Matt Curry 4. Charlie Houghtaling

Street Stock Feature: 1. Mike Skelly, Liberty, NY 2. Walt Henry 3. Kyle Welsch 4. Larry O’Donnell 5. Brian Bauerfeind 6. Joel Murns 7. Bill Deak Jr. 8. Dan Houghtaling 9. Bill Deak Sr. 10. Frank Maiori 11. Ernie Millen 12. Corey Stanton 13. Ray Tarantino 14. Patty Falkena 15. Jessica Ricci 16. A.J. Atkins

Pro Stock Feature: 1. Ed Butler, Bethel, NY 2. Josh Wilbur 3. Porter Crawson 4. Joe Barnes 5. Gene Morton 6. Mac Crawson DNS. Mark Sylvester

Legends Feature: 1. Sean Verwys, E. Stroudsburg, PA 2. Mike Policastro 3. Eugene Drew 4. Conner Piasecki 5. Jeffrey Lefcourt

Four Cylinder Feature: 1. Dan Curry, Swan Lake, NY 2. Richard Smith 3. Tasha Curry 4. Tisha Curry 5. Cody Houghtaling 6. Tim Curry 7. George Van Aken 8. Cliff Levison

Bandolero Feature: 1. Mike Roth, North Branch, NY 2. Brian Rygielski 3. Joey Aungst 4. Evan Rygielski 5. Katie Verwys 6. Justin Aungst 7. Brandon LaVoie

Beg. Bandos Feature: 1. Ty Smith Eldred, NY 2. Kaden Rogers 3. Jordan Smith 4. Monika Deckelman

Vintage Modified Feature: 1. Mike Houghtaling, Wht. Sulphur Springs, NY 2. Darral Hulbert 3. Charlie Houghtaling 4. Doug Atkins 5. Jim Halpin 6. Car # 37J 7. John Hager 8. Jon Atkins 9. George Cleveland

ACOT Feature: 1. Keith Majka, Bloomingdale, NJ 2. Gary Collucci 3. Ken Goewey 4. Bill Goodfellow 5. Jake Morgan

DACHENHAUSEN’S SPORTSMAN SPRINGS FORWARD ON ‘TURN BACK THE CLOCK’ NIGHT AT BETHEL!

September 1st, 2018:

This past Saturday found many former racers and past officials returning to their old stomping grounds for their racer’s reunion in honor of the legendary Dick Crumley who was a long time popular racer at the speedway with his famous # 7x machines and served in various roles including being the head flagger. Crumley who also loved his hometown of Bethel, NY served in several roles on the local government and was always a staunch supporter of the speedway along with running his automotive business Seven-X Motors. Fans were delighted to see the return of the former racer’s and to learn more about the history of the speedway as numerous memories were relived with many stories told.

On track feature action found hotshoe Ed Dachenhausen marching from ninth starting position to pick up his sixth feature win of the season and extend his point lead in the very tight championship battle with veteran Rick Mill. The Extreme Kleaner feature found Rich Coons getting by early race leader Matt Curry on lap 3. Coons continued to lead after a couple of restarts for two melees that occurred in turn 3. At the halfway point, Dachenhausen had charged through the pack and knew he had to take the high side to get around the quick Coons. It took several laps of wheel to wheel racing between the two leaders before Dachenhausen powered ahead on the outside of turn two. The Scot Sanford owned Brookfield Glass # 18s then cruised to victory over Coons and Jeff Richardson who made some wise decisions in the race to come home third.

John Cote is Bethel’s ‘Ole Master’ who has been competing in the same car at the track for the past twenty years with extraordinary success. Cote and his car have its own chapter in speedway lore at the track so it seemed so right for the long time campaigner to pick up his second win of the season in the Interstate Batteries modified feature in front of the former racer’s reunion in attendance. Cote quickly moved from his fourth starting position and began to pressure another long time racer Steve Conklin who was the early race leader. Conklin who was rolling off the corners high, found Cote pinching the inner most lane of the track off turn four to make an inside pass for the lead down the front chute and was able to pull away from Conklin. Current point leader, Tyler Dachenhausen made a turn 2 pass on a strong running Stephen Kammer to take third on the final lap. At the checkers, it was Cote over Conklin and Dachenhausen to take the popular win.

The fan favorite Shakelton Auto Parts Street Stocks were rewarded with a purse increase due to strong car count on this night at the speedway. The feature proved to be thrilling to the drivers and even more for the fans as rookie Dan Houghtaling jumped out into the early lead but found the caution quickly coming out for a frontstretch jingle. Lap 4, found Houghtaling under heavy pressure by veteran Joel Murns and a returning Mike Skelly who hadn’t competed in a street stock race since 2009. The three drivers went three wide down the front chute with Skelly on the inside, they continued three wide into turn one, but by turn two Skelly found command of the lead. Soon after Skelly has his hands full with current point leader Walt Henry and three time winner Kyle Welsch who both had hard charged for their deep starting positions. The second half of the race had the fans on the edge of their seats as the best street stock drivers in the region continued to provide much action with many focused on the tight high speed chase at the front of the pack. Henry known as the Hurricane ran hard on the highside of Skelly for many laps door to door while Welsch continued to nip away on the inside of Skelly. Skelly soon found lapped traffic headed in his direction and negotiated it in his favor and was able to pull ahead ever slightly which waged Henry and Welsch in a fierce battle for second swapping position several times. On the last lap, Henry made a gusting dive going into turn 3 to blow ahead of Welsch for second. At the checkers, it was Mike Skelly picking up his first feature win of the season with Henry beating Welsch by a fender for second. Skelly picked up the crowd roaring victory with the Deckelman Trucking # 67. Charlie and George Deckelman were popular top drivers at the speedway in the 1980’s to much applause for those taking part in the reunion.

Interstate Battery Pro Stock action found Ed Butler on a hot streak picking up his fifth win in a row and eighth on the season with his Tavern on Main # 32. Gene Morton jumped out to the early lead with Joe Barnes in quick pursuit running in second. Ed Butler moved into third getting by a stout running Josh Wilbur. Butler then went to work on the veteran Barnes and passed him for second on lap 4 and began to track down the leader. Morton soon had Butler pressuring him to give up the lead. Morton continued to maintain his line while Butler went to the highside and began building momentum. Just prior to halfway, as Butler ran up high he cleanly nosed ahead of the ford powered Morton to take the lead as he motored away. The crafty Morton continued to run second until two laps to go when third place running Mac Crawson made an inside dive on Morton in turn 4 which resulted in a crash knocking out several running in the top five bringing out the yellow. The last lap found second place running Josh Wilbur making a late race surge and challenging the leader Butler. At the checkers, Butler was able to hold off Wilbur by a car length. Porter Crawson came across the line in third.

Rich Coons was on a Sunday drive as he easily cruised home to his third Crate Sportsman feature of the season with his West Point Tours # 27. Coons darted from third position to first position when Shawn Maloney and Matt Curry drifted high in turn 2. At the checkers, it was Coons over Maloney, Curry, and Charlie Houghtaling.

In racing there has always been a saying that your second career win comes much quicker than the first. Sean Verwys proved that in the Legends feature as he now has won back to back features. Verwys rallied from an early race spin to capture the lead from leader Eugene Drew on lap 13. Current point leader Mike Policastro moved around Drew for second on lap 17 and began closing the gap on Verwys. At the checkers it was Verwys in the Corvino & Verwys Tax Service # 88v just ahead of Policastro. Eugene Drew held on for third.

The win streak continues in the Four Cylinder Pure Stock class as Dan Curry picked up his ninth feature win of the season. Richard Smith chased closely for the duration of the race making several charges on the inside and outside to make a winning pass but at the finish line it was D. Curry by half a car length over the ever persistent Smith. A returning Tasha Curry came from last to take third position at the line.

Bandolero feature action had a photo finish at the checkers as Brian Rygielski put forth his strongest run to date at the speedway. Rygielski ran a flawless race and if the race had been one lap shorter he would have collected his first career feature win the class. However, defending champion put forth an outstanding run coming from the back of the pack. Roth worked by Evan Rygielski for second place on lap 5 and began to chase down the leader who had opened up a large lead. Lap after lap, Roth concentrated on narrowing the deficit. Lap 13, showed Roth right on the rear bumper of B. Rygielski as he was able to erase his comfortable lead margin. Roth then used the inside and was able to pinch into the corners and make the winning pass going into turn three on the last lap. B. Rygielski kept the momentum quick on the highside as they came speeding to the checkers wheel to wheel. At the line it was Roth winning by a bumper in his Sullivan Engine # 8 over the ever close B. Rygielski. Joey Aungst finished third.

In Beginner Bandoleros, Monika Deckelman looked poise to pick up another feature victory but got bit by bad luck when a lapped car made contact and caused her to spin bringing out the yellow. Ty Smith inherited the lead and went on to pick up his sixth victory of the season over Kaden Rogers and Jordan Smith.

Local hotshoe Mike Houghtaling picked up the feature win in Vintage Modified racing. Houghtaling whose family traces back to the early years at the speedway worked exceptionally hard on this night as his father Ray Houghtaling Sr. was in attendance for the racer’s reunion along with many other family members. It was no easy task to win on this night as Darral Hulbert who is also the son of legendary modified racer Mert Hulbert was the early leader and battled Houghtaling throughout the race staying glued to his rear bumper. Mike’s brother, Charlie Houghtaling also challenged his older brother several times but could not overtake the lead. At the checkers it was M. Houghtaling in the family # 03 beating Hulbert by a car length to take the savory victory. C. Houghtaling finished a strong third.

Former dirt modified racer Keith Majka picked up the victory in the Atlantic Coast Old Timers exhibition race.

Results :

Sportsman Feature: 1. Ed Dachenhausen, Danbury, CT 2. Rich Coons 3. Jeff Richardson 4. Rick Mill 5. Dan Dulin 6. Al Archiere 7. Matt Curry 8. Jerry Curry 9. Bill Papula

Modified Feature: 1. John Cote, New Milford, CT 2. Steve Conklin 3. Tyler Dachenhausen 4. Mike Dutka 5. Stephen Kammer 6. Scott Quick

Crate Sportsman Feature: 1. Rich Coons, Montgomery, NY 2. Shawn Maloney 3. Matt Curry 4. Charlie Houghtaling

Street Stock Feature: 1. Mike Skelly, Liberty, NY 2. Walt Henry 3. Kyle Welsch 4. Larry O’Donnell 5. Brian Bauerfeind 6. Joel Murns 7. Bill Deak Jr. 8. Dan Houghtaling 9. Bill Deak Sr. 10. Frank Maiori 11. Ernie Millen 12. Corey Stanton 13. Ray Tarantino 14. Patty Falkena 15. Jessica Ricci 16. A.J. Atkins

Pro Stock Feature: 1. Ed Butler, Bethel, NY 2. Josh Wilbur 3. Porter Crawson 4. Joe Barnes 5. Gene Morton 6. Mac Crawson DNS. Mark Sylvester

Legends Feature: 1. Sean Verwys, E. Stroudsburg, PA 2. Mike Policastro 3. Eugene Drew 4. Conner Piasecki 5. Jeffrey Lefcourt

Four Cylinder Feature: 1. Dan Curry, Swan Lake, NY 2. Richard Smith 3. Tasha Curry 4. Tisha Curry 5. Cody Houghtaling 6. Tim Curry 7. George Van Aken 8. Cliff Levison

Bandolero Feature: 1. Mike Roth, North Branch, NY 2. Brian Rygielski 3. Joey Aungst 4. Evan Rygielski 5. Katie Verwys 6. Justin Aungst 7. Brandon LaVoie

Beg. Bandos Feature: 1. Ty Smith Eldred, NY 2. Kaden Rogers 3. Jordan Smith 4. Monika Deckelman

Vintage Modified Feature: 1. Mike Houghtaling, Wht. Sulphur Springs, NY 2. Darral Hulbert 3. Charlie Houghtaling 4. Doug Atkins 5. Jim Halpin 6. Car # 37J 7. John Hager 8. Jon Atkins 9. George Cleveland

ACOT Feature: 1. Keith Majka, Bloomingdale, NJ 2. Gary Collucci 3. Ken Goewey 4. Bill Goodfellow 5. Jake Morgan

August 25th, 2018

Results :

Sportsman Feature: 1. Bill Papula, Matamoras, PA 2. Rick Mill 3. Jeff Richardson 4. Rich Coons 5. Dan Dulin 6. Jerry Curry 7. Chris Cook 8. Harry Hindley 9. Ed Dachenhausen

Modified Feature: 1. Skip LaPolt, Swan Lake, NY 2. John Cote 3. Steve Galgano 4. Mike Dutka 5. Tyler Dachenhausen 6. Steve Conklin 7. Scott Quick 8. Stephen Kammer 9. Ron Richter

Pro Stock Feature: 1. Ed Butler, Bethel, NY 2. Mac Crawson 3. John Roese 4. Glenn Richard 5. Porter Crawson 6. Gene Morton 7. Gary Gamble 8. Larry O’Donnell 9. John Rood

Legends Feature: 1. Sean Verwys, E. Stroudsburg, PA 2. Mike Policastro 3. Brad Lowmaster 4. Eugene Drew 5. Jeffrey Lefcourt 6. Conner Piasecki

Street Stock Feature: 1. Kyle Welsch, Narrowsburg, NY 2. Walt Henry 3. Bill Deak Sr. 4. Bill Deak Jr. 5. Joel Murns 6. Brian Bauerfeind 7. Ray Tarantino 8. Patty Falkena 9. Frank Maiori 10. Corey Stanton 11. Dan Houghtaling 12. Phil Funcheon 13. Phil Funcheon 14. Jessica Ricci 15. A.J. Atkins DNS. Larry O’Donnell

Four Cylinder Feature: 1. Dan Curry, Swan Lake, NY 2. David Donovan 3. Ivan Guerra 4. George Van Aken 5. Tisha Curry 6. Nicole Nelson 7. John Houghtaling 8. Travis Cogswell 9. Eddie Jones Jr. 10. Tabitha Riordan 11. Jake Oswald 12. JW Gannon 13. Ed King 14. Cliff Levison 15. Shawn Maloney 16. Richard Smith

Bandolero Feature: 1. Mike Roth, North Branch, NY 2. Joey Aungst 3. Katie Verwys 4. Brian Rygielski 5. Nick Archiere 6. Justin Aungst

Beg. Bandos Feature: 1. Monika Deckelman, Fremont Center, NY 2. Kaden Rogers 3. Ty Smith 4. Leland Oefelein

Enduro Feature: 1. David Donovan, Neversink, NY 2. Cody Houghtaling 3. Richard Smith 4. Nicole Nelson 5. Travis Cogswell 6. Todd Gadoury 7. JW Gannon 8. Jake Oswald 9. Ed King 10. Mike Travis 11. Ethan Cogswell 12. Shawn Maloney 13. George Van Aken 14. Eugene Drew

PAPULA SCHOOLS SPORTSMAN CLASS FOR FIRST CAREER FEATURE WIN AT BETHEL!

August 25th, 2018:

Knowledge was the key this past Saturday as Bethel Motor Speedway opened its gates to near perfect weather conditions. The track was rewarded with good car counts and many excited fans as we honored the late Eddy Lindstadt a former four cylinder champion and track announcer at the speedway. The very popular racer who loved to laugh and cheer people up, passed away suddenly in 2017. The four cylinder class that Lindstadt competed in was in the spotlight with one on one elimination races, heats, feature, and concluded with an enduro. Also, it was trivia night at the track which saw all the current point leaders each teamed with a super fan competing against each other in a trivia contest. Sportsman point leader Ed Dachenhausen picked up his first career trivia contest win over street stock’s Walt Henry and pro stock’s Ed Butler.

The Extreme Kleaner Sportsman feature found racing school teacher Bill Papula picking up his first career Sportsman feature win at Bethel. Papula who started second jumped out into the lead on the first lap and was exceptionally strong on this night. Lap 6, found top gun Rick Mill moving past Rich Coons to capture second place from his eighth starting position. On two restarts, was when Mill was able to show some teeth on Papula where he could get next to the leader but was unable to clear a winning pass. At the halfway point, defending champion Jeff Richardson worked by Coons for third place and set his sights on the front two leader. Papula continued to hit his marks in each period of the race with Mill chasing right behind on his rear bumper. At the dual checkers it was Papula taking his first win of the season by three quarters of a car length over Mill. Previous week winner Jeff Richardson came home third.

The nailbiting race of the night had to be the Interstate Batteries BMS Modifieds. Stephen Kammer jumped out into the early lead but quickly saw second place running Scott Quick spinning in turn 2 to bring out the caution. On the restart, seasoned veteran driver John Cote maneuvered past Kammer to take the lead. Meanwhile, a returning Steve Galgano moved his way up from his eighth starting position and began to challenge Cote for the lead. Cote was able to neutralize any challenge Galgano had and even began to pull away from him. Skip LaPolt was running third but after the halfway point he found a groove on the outside to his liking and quickly reeled in Galgano. With five laps to go, the leader Cote began to show sparks underneath and was experiencing a severe handling problem going into the turns. Galgano and LaPolt pulled in on the leader quickly and it became a three horse race for the lead. At two laps to go, Cote continued to hang on to the lead with Galgano nipping away at the inside and with LaPolt gaining momentum on the outside. Coming off turn 4 on the final lap, LaPolt pulled off a calculated crossover move, threading the needle between third place running Galgano and the leader Cote. At the checkers, LaPolt robbed Cote of the feature win by a bumper to take home his third feature win of the season over the ever close cars of Cote and Galgano with the crowd roaring at the amazing finish.

Interstate Battery Pro Stock feature found a returning Gene Morton in his famous Ford Thunderstang outgunning fellow Ford competitor John Roese to take the lead with Roese lurking close behind. On Lap 4, Mac Crawson made a power move to overtake Roese for second and quickly caught the leader Morton. Just prior to halfway, Crawson dashed to the inside of Morton in turn 3 but found the space wasn’t large enough to hold a line and resulted in the yellow flag coming out relegating both cars to the rear of the field. Defending Champ Ed Butler was riding quietly in third inherited the lead and quickly outdistanced the field on the restart. Roese contently ran in second trying to close the gap on the leader but found Crawson challenging him for position after a late race restart. With the white flag flying, Crawson made a power move down the frontstretch getting even with Roese going into turn 1. As the two cars came out of turn 2, Crawson captured second place from Roese. At the finish line, red hot Butler cruised to his seventh feature win of the season in his Tavern on Main # 32 over Crawson and Roese.

Jeffrey Lefcourt was the early leader in the Legends feature but soon found a returning Brad Lowmaster making an inside move stick to take the lead from Lefcourt in turn 3 on Lap 3. Lowmaster looked strong and didn’t miss a beat from his long absence but the yellow flew on Lap 9 for a spinning Mike Policastro in turn two. The restart proved to be the most important part of the race as Lowmaster spun his tires ever so slightly and second place running Sean Verwys capitalized on the outside and seized the lead going into turn 1. Verwys who has been knocking on victory lane’s door all season continued to lead despite several late race cautions. With five laps to go, third place running Eugene Drew made contact with Lowmaster which sent him spinning in turn two. Both cars were relegated to the rear which moved Policastro into second position. Verwys continued to lead over Policastro in the final few laps to pick up his much coveted first career Legends feature victory at Bethel in the Corvino & Verwys Tax Services # 88v over Policastro and a rallying Lowmaster to take third at the checkers.

Shakelton Napa Street Stocks had the crowd cheering in a very exciting feature concluding with a close finish between two of the region’s best street stock drivers. Longtime competitor Ray Tarantino jumped out to the early lead over rookie Corey Stanton leading until Lap 6, when a hard charging Kyle Welsch made a strong frontstretch pass to overtake Tarantino for the lead going into turn one. Welsch who started in eighth position began to pull away from the field which found many position changes each lap. Just prior to halfway, Joel Murns got past Tarantino for second and began his search to find the leader. One lap later found Corey Stanton capturing third from Tarantino and began to close the gap on second place running Murns. Meanwhile, the hurricane Walt Henry was on a blazing trail on the outside racing forward from his tenth starting position. Henry found lap traffic to his liking as he was able to get by Stanton for third then Murns for second while they were negotiating lap traffic. Lap 14 found the yellow coming out which erased Welsch’s big lead and put the current point leader Henry on his tail for the restart. The final five laps of racing proved to be a shootout between the two drivers as Henry made several daring charges both high and low. With two laps to go, Bill Deak Sr made an inside pass in turn four to take third position from Murns. On the final lap, Henry made a final attempt to shake the leader Welsch but with the checkers waving it was Kyle Welsch beating Walt Henry by half a car length to take his third feature win of the season in the TJ Motorsports # 357 for a crowd pleasing victory.

Four Cylinder feature action was on center stage as the area’s best drivers came out to pay tribute to former four cylinder racer Eddy Lindstadt who passed away suddenly in 2017. The full field of cars provided plenty of racing action for the fans often going three wide as they all wanted to win on this special night. Eddie Jones Jr was the races early leader while there was several cautions in the early stages of the race. A Lap 8 restart found tenth starting Dan Curry on the outside in second position. D. Curry who has been on a two month hot streak made the outside work and climbed into the lead at the halfway point getting by Jones Jr. It was no easy task for Curry to win on this night as a very competitive Shawn Maloney, David Donovan, and Ivan Guerra all chased him closely for the second half of the race. Maloney lost power on lap 14 dropping him out of the race but Donovan and Guerra continued to put pressure on D. Curry. At the checkers, D. Curry’s dominance continued as he picked up his eighth win of the season over Donovan and Guerra.

Enduro racing action found David Donovan outgunning Cody Houghtaling in a very competitive enduro race. Richard Smith did some hard charging to finish third.

Four Cylinder elimination racing saw the return of popular driver Mike Travis into the event. The defending champion made a rare start count as he conquered all as it came down to a 2 lap shootout between him and red hot Dan Curry. Travis and Curry stayed side by side but at the finish line it was Travis by a fender over Curry.

The Sullivan Engine # 8 of Mike Roth easily cruised to his fourteenth victory of the season over Joey Aungst and Katie Verwys in the INEX Bandolero feature.

Monika Deckelman led every lap to take home her third win of the season in the Beginner Bandolero class over Kaden Rogers and Ty Smith.

Results :

Sportsman Feature: 1. Bill Papula, Matamoras, PA 2. Rick Mill 3. Jeff Richardson 4. Rich Coons 5. Dan Dulin 6. Jerry Curry 7. Chris Cook 8. Harry Hindley 9. Ed Dachenhausen

Modified Feature: 1. Skip LaPolt, Swan Lake, NY 2. John Cote 3. Steve Galgano 4. Mike Dutka 5. Tyler Dachenhausen 6. Steve Conklin 7. Scott Quick 8. Stephen Kammer 9. Ron Richter

Pro Stock Feature: 1. Ed Butler, Bethel, NY 2. Mac Crawson 3. John Roese 4. Glenn Richard 5. Porter Crawson 6. Gene Morton 7. Gary Gamble 8. Larry O’Donnell 9. John Rood

Legends Feature: 1. Sean Verwys, E. Stroudsburg, PA 2. Mike Policastro 3. Brad Lowmaster 4. Eugene Drew 5. Jeffrey Lefcourt 6. Conner Piasecki

Street Stock Feature: 1. Kyle Welsch, Narrowsburg, NY 2. Walt Henry 3. Bill Deak Sr. 4. Bill Deak Jr. 5. Joel Murns 6. Brian Bauerfeind 7. Ray Tarantino 8. Patty Falkena 9. Frank Maiori 10. Corey Stanton 11. Dan Houghtaling 12. Phil Funcheon 13. Phil Funcheon 14. Jessica Ricci 15. A.J. Atkins DNS. Larry O’Donnell

Four Cylinder Feature: 1. Dan Curry, Swan Lake, NY 2. David Donovan 3. Ivan Guerra 4. George Van Aken 5. Tisha Curry 6. Nicole Nelson 7. John Houghtaling 8. Travis Cogswell 9. Eddie Jones Jr. 10. Tabitha Riordan 11. Jake Oswald 12. JW Gannon 13. Ed King 14. Cliff Levison 15. Shawn Maloney 16. Richard Smith

Bandolero Feature: 1. Mike Roth, North Branch, NY 2. Joey Aungst 3. Katie Verwys 4. Brian Rygielski 5. Nick Archiere 6. Justin Aungst

Beg. Bandos Feature: 1. Monika Deckelman, Fremont Center, NY 2. Kaden Rogers 3. Ty Smith 4. Leland Oefelein

Enduro Feature: 1. David Donovan, Neversink, NY 2. Cody Houghtaling 3. Richard Smith 4. Nicole Nelson 5. Travis Cogswell 6. Todd Gadoury 7. JW Gannon 8. Jake Oswald 9. Ed King 10. Mike Travis 11. Ethan Cogswell 12. Shawn Maloney 13. George Van Aken 14. Eugene Drew

August 18th, 2018

Results :

Legends Feature: 1. Mike Alcaro, Fredon, NJ 2. Noah Korner 3. Daniel Carter 4. Mike Policastro 5. Sean Verwys 6. Jeff Otto Jr. 7. Glenn Korner 8. Ed Cheslak 9. Jeffrey Lefcourt 10. Derek Debbis 11. Pat Verwys 12. Scott Cheslak 13. Stephen Coleman 14. Vinny Delaney 15. Eugene Drew 16. Joe Fresco

Topless Sportsman Feature: 1. Jeff Richardson, Goshen, NY 2. Ed Dachenhausen 3. Chris Cook 4. Milton Mann 5. Bill Deckelman 6. Matt Curry 7. Rich Coons 8. Harry Hindley 9. Dan Dulin 10. Rick Mill 11. Jerry Curry DNS. Dave Rosa DNS. Danny Carlough

Crate Sportsman Feature: 1. Rich Coons, Montgomery, NY 2. Milton Mann 3. Jerry Curry 4. Chris Cook 5. Matt Curry 6. Shawn Maloney DNS. Danny Carlough

Pro Stock Feature: 1. Ed Butler, Bethel, NY 2. Mac Crawson 3. Josh Wilbur 4. Joe Barnes 5. Porter Crawson 6. John Rood 7. Jim Helt 8. Gene Morton DNS. John Roese

Street Stock Feature: 1. Kevin Skelly, North Branch, NY 2. Walt Henry 3. Larry O’Donnell 4. Bill Deak Jr. 5. Joel Murns 6. Kyle Welsch 7. Bill Deak Sr. 8. Dan Houghtaling 9. Corey Stanton 10. Ray Tarantino 11. Patty Falkena 12. Ernie Millen 13. Phil Funcheon 14. Frank Maiori 15. Brian Bauerfeind

Four Cylinder Feature: 1. Dan Curry, Swan Lake, NY 2. Cliff Levison 3. Jeffrey Tubbs 4. Jeff DeGroat 5. Tisha Curry 6. Tabitha Riordan 7. Anthony Tarantino 8. Richard Smith

Bandolero Feature: 1. Mike Roth, North Branch, NY 2. Joey Aungst 3. Brian Rygielski 4. Justin Aungst

Beg. Bandos Feature: 1. Ty Smith, Eldred, NY 2. Leland Oefelein

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August 18th, 2018:

This past Saturday proved again to be another night of exciting racing as rain storms were dodged for just enough time to allow for a full show weekly racing which was highlighted by the INEX Legends competing in an extra distance $500 to Win National Qualifier event. However, the evening started off on an intense nervous note as one of the track’s employees was injured under yellow conditions as he was attempting to clear the track of a piece of debris.Reports on Sunday night found the young man with no major internal injuries, with a severely broken leg but in good spirits. A full recovery from his injuries is expected. We thank all emergency staffing and crews for their quick response with the handling of this scary accident. We also thank all the racers and fans for sending many prayers for this young gentleman.

The INEX Legends feature found to be very exciting for those in attendance as a draw / redraw format for this special race created for much passing and wheel to wheel action with a good quality field of drivers in the race. Eugene Drew jumped out into the lead for the first two laps until he lost the handle coming out of turn 2 thus collecting third place running Sean Verwys. On the restart, Glenn Korner took the top spot while eighth and ninth place starting Noah Korner and Mike Alcaro battled their way up through the field. Both N. Korner and Alcaro pressured leader G. Korner for several laps as they traded back and forth the runner up position. Lap 8, found N. Korner completing the pass on brother G. Korner for the lead with Alcaro in hot pursuit moving into second one lap later. Lap 10, found current point leader Mike Policastro getting by G. Korner for third while the two leaders were in a fast paced duel for the lead. Alcaro made his winning pass stick at the race halfway point but continued to have N. Korner hounding his rear bumper. Seventh place starting Daniel Carter also got by Policastro to capture third and set his sights on the leaders. The three drivers raced in close quarters for the second half of the race while negotiating lap traffic. The veteran ace Alcaro was able to get through the lapped cars with precision and hold on to the hard earned victory in the Alcaro Metal Plating # 8 in a very close finish over N. Korner and Carter.

The Extreme Cleaner Sportsman went topless for the night which proved to be very popular for those in the grandstands but it also found that the cars drove quite differently and stayed in a tight pack formation in the first half of the race often going three wide at times. Harry Hindley was the early leader until fourth starting Dan Dulin took main control of the lead on lap 4 from his fourth starting position. Dulin looked strong topless, as the fans could easily watch these normally hidden drivers from the cockpit. Defending track champion, Jeff Richardson must like convertibles as he trounced the pack of drivers coming up through to obtain second place from Bill Deckelman. Just prior to halfway, Richardson got a strong run off turn 4 to get an inside run next to Dulin going down the front chute. The following lap found Richardson as the leader as he began to pull away. Current point leader, Ed Dachenhausen also worked his way up through the field with five laps remaining he was able to power ahead of Dulin to take second place but found no time to make a run for the lead. On the last lap, Dulin hit a stroke of bad luck and pulled off the track relinquishing third to potent rookie Chris Cook. Richardson cruised in the breeze to take home his second victory of the season in the TAM Enterprises # 11x machine over Dachenhausen and Cook.

Crate Dirt Sportsman found long time veteran racer Rich Coons leading every lap in a hotly contested feature. The evenly matched racers stayed in close formation with invader Milton Mann staying in close pursuit to Coons. While close, Mann could not mount a charge to Coons as he ran a flawless race. Popular driver, Jerry Curry put on a show for his fans charging from last to the third position. At the checkers, Coons recorded his second victory of the season in the West Point Tours # 27 over Mann and J. Curry.

Another veteran race, Ed Butler annihilated the Interstate Pro Stock field. Wasting no time, Butler who started fifth charged into the lead on Lap 4 from rookie Josh Wilbur and never looked back. Wilbur with a new powerplant under the hood drove an exceptional race in second place but had nothing for Butler. With two laps remaining, Mac Crawson was able to get by Wilbur for second after a multi-lap battle. Butler took the twin checker flags for the sixth time this year with his Tavern on Main # 32 over Crawson and Wilbur.

Shakelton Auto Parts Street Stocks again proved why they are the fan favorite class at Bethel. A strong field of the area’s best street stock drivers put on a super exciting race with action abound everywhere on the track when all was said and done. Street Stock hotshoe Kevin Skelly took home a much earned first victory of the season after a race long battle over current point leader Walt Henry. Henry charged quickly from his tenth starting position to gain second position over rookie Corey Stanton on lap 4 but was unable to get Skelly to slip or fade during the race duration. Fan favorite driver Larry O’Donnell put on his own exciting show in a rare street stock appearance to move into third position but was unable to catch the race leaders. At the checkers, it was Skelly first across the line in the Deckelman Trucking # 67 over an ever close Henry with O’Donnell in a stout third place finish.

“When you’re hot, you’re hot” is the current story of veteran campaigner Dan Curry and the Four Cylinder Pure Stock class. D. Curry picked up his sixth win in a row and seventh of the season! D. Curry was able to get ahead of current point leader Cliff Levison just prior to halfway to take the lead. While the top two positions were settled, all eyes were on the battle for third place among a few contenders. Rookie Jeffrey Tubbs put in an impressive run to wind up with third position at the checkers.

It was lucky 13 for current point leader, Mike Roth as he easily won the Bandoleros feature in his Sullivan Engine # 8 for the thirteenth time this season. Joey Aungst picked up another runner up finish over Brian Rygielski in third place. Ty Smith picked up his fifth win in the Beginner Bandolero race over Leland Oefelien.

Results :

Legends Feature: 1. Mike Alcaro, Fredon, NJ 2. Noah Korner 3. Daniel Carter 4. Mike Policastro 5. Sean Verwys 6. Jeff Otto Jr. 7. Glenn Korner 8. Ed Cheslak 9. Jeffrey Lefcourt 10. Derek Debbis 11. Pat Verwys 12. Scott Cheslak 13. Stephen Coleman 14. Vinny Delaney 15. Eugene Drew 16. Joe Fresco

Topless Sportsman Feature: 1. Jeff Richardson, Goshen, NY 2. Ed Dachenhausen 3. Chris Cook 4. Milton Mann 5. Bill Deckelman 6. Matt Curry 7. Rich Coons 8. Harry Hindley 9. Dan Dulin 10. Rick Mill 11. Jerry Curry DNS. Dave Rosa DNS. Danny Carlough

Crate Sportsman Feature: 1. Rich Coons, Montgomery, NY 2. Milton Mann 3. Jerry Curry 4. Chris Cook 5. Matt Curry 6. Shawn Maloney DNS. Danny Carlough

Pro Stock Feature: 1. Ed Butler, Bethel, NY 2. Mac Crawson 3. Josh Wilbur 4. Joe Barnes 5. Porter Crawson 6. John Rood 7. Jim Helt 8. Gene Morton DNS. John Roese

Street Stock Feature: 1. Kevin Skelly, North Branch, NY 2. Walt Henry 3. Larry O’Donnell 4. Bill Deak Jr. 5. Joel Murns 6. Kyle Welsch 7. Bill Deak Sr. 8. Dan Houghtaling 9. Corey Stanton 10. Ray Tarantino 11. Patty Falkena 12. Ernie Millen 13. Phil Funcheon 14. Frank Maiori 15. Brian Bauerfeind

Four Cylinder Feature: 1. Dan Curry, Swan Lake, NY 2. Cliff Levison 3. Jeffrey Tubbs 4. Jeff DeGroat 5. Tisha Curry 6. Tabitha Riordan 7. Anthony Tarantino 8. Richard Smith

Bandolero Feature: 1. Mike Roth, North Branch, NY 2. Joey Aungst 3. Brian Rygielski 4. Justin Aungst

Beg. Bandos Feature: 1. Ty Smith, Eldred, NY 2. Leland Oefelein

August 4th, 2018

Results :

Sportsman Feature: 1. Jeff Richardson, Goshen, NY 2. Rick Mill 3. Ed Dachenhausen 4. Rich Coons 5. Chris Cook 6. Kyle Redner 7. John Redner 8. Harry Hindley 9. Bill Papula

Modified Feature: 1. Tyler Dachenhausen, Danbury, CT 2. Steve Conklin 3. Skip LaPolt 4. Mike Dutka 5. John Cote 6. Scott Quick

Legends Feature: 1. Mike Policastro, Cortland Manor, NY 2. Sean Verwys 3. Jonathan Parsons 4. Patrick Moore

Pro Stock Feature: 1. Ed Butler, Bethel, NY 2. Mac Crawson 3. Porter Crawson 4. John Rood 5. Eric Kocher

Street Stock Feature: 1. Walt Henry, Walden, NY 2. Brian Bauerfeind 3. Bill Deak Sr. 4. Frank Maiori 5. Patty Falkena

Four Cylinder Feature: 1. Dan Curry, Swan Lake, NY 2. Richard Smith 3. Tisha Curry 4. Cliff Levinson 5. Eddie Jones Sr. 6. Chris Hardenbergh 7. Eddie Jones Jr. 8. Tabitha Riordan 9. Jessey Torrens 10. Marisol Torrens 11. Bill Kiakis DNS. Brett Kiakis

Bandolero Feature: 1. Mike Roth, North Branch, NY 2. Joey Aungst 3. Brian Rygielski 4. Katie Verwys 5. Justin Aungst

Beg. Bandos Feature: 1. Colton Geary, Waymart, PA 2. Ty Smith 3. Kaden Rogers 4. Monica Deckelman