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$65,600 Distributed At Short Track Super Series ‘Night of Champions’ Awards Banquet; Andy Bachetti (North Mod), Stewart Friesen (South Mod), Charlie Hendrickson Jr. (Sportsman) & Richie Hitzler (XCel Mod) Honored

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BETHLEHEM, PA – Many of the Northeast’s most talented competitors gathered at the Lehigh Valley Hotel & Conference Center Friday night to close the curtain on the 2016 Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series Fueled By VP campaign.

A massive $65,600 point fund was distributed to the top-12 drivers in the Halmar International North Region, top-10 Velocita USA South Region performers and champions in the Open Sportsman and XCel 600 Modified mini-series during the annual ‘Night of Champions’ Awards Banquet.

STSS organizer Brett Deyo opened the evening with some astounding numbers. During the recently completed season, the STSS distributed $390,025 in purse money, $13,875 in lap money, $9,251 in bonus money plus the aforementioned $65,600 point fund and assorted product and certificates. He thanked all those in attendance for the all-time high participation.

STSS announcer Jeff Ahlum served as master of ceremonies for the evening’s awards ceremony.

For the second time in three years, Sheffield, Mass., star Andy Bachetti was recognized as a champion on the Short Track Super Series. Bachetti topped the nine-race Halmar North Region and picked up $12,000 in cash plus product awards for his efforts.

During the season, Bachetti achieved five finishes inside the top-five, including a best of second on two occasions (N.Y.’s I-88 – July and N.Y.’s Thunder Mountain – September). He clinched the title with a third-place finish in the Short Track SuperNationals at I-88 in October.

It was a stellar season for Bachetti, who took the STSS North Region points worth $12,000, an additional $11,000 from the American Racer Cup and $4,000 as the I-88 Speedway Modified champion for a total of $27,000-plus!

“I can’t say enough about the Short Track Super Series, American Racer and all the series sponsors that allow us to run for this type of money,” Bachetti said. “It’s incredible to walk out of here tonight with $12,000 for nine races.

“We had a good year, a consistent year, on the series. I would have liked to end it with a win at I-88 in the SuperNationals, but we did what we needed to do to clinch the championship, that was the big goal for us.”

Tommy Meier of Waldwick, N.J., finished second in the standings, his best effort to date in the STSS with Jeff Behrent’s No. 3 and received $7,000 in point fund money. Meier won the opener at Orange County (N.Y.) and strung together five consecutive top-10 finishes to conclude the season.

Danny Creeden of Wurtsboro, N.Y., a winner at Thunder Mountain in September, was a career-high third in series points and received $4,000. Erick Rudolph of Ransomville, N.Y., placed fourth after a consistent season ($3,000) and Anthony Perrego of Montgomery, N.Y., was fifth for the second consecutive year ($2,500).

Finishing sixth through 12th, respectively, were first-year series follower Matt DeLorenzo of Cropseyville, N.Y., ($1,850); Craig Hanson of Johnstown, N.Y., ($1,750); Brian Malcolm of Lake Ariel, Pa., ($1,650); Jerry Higbie of Newburgh, N.Y., ($1,550); Nick Nye of Groton, N.Y., ($1,450); Ryan Godown of Ringoes, N.J. ($1,000); and Mike Mahaney of King Ferry, N.Y., ($1,000).

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Stewart Friesen of Sprakers, N.Y., registered his second STSS championship in three years. His 2016 championship effort, however, came in the Velocita South Region. He received $8,500.

Friesen reached Victory Lane on two occasions in South Region competition, both in the First State of Delaware. He topped the Diamond State 50 at Delaware International Speedway in May and then, after an extended side-by-side battle with eventual point runner-up Ryan Watt, topped the ‘Blast at the Beach 4’ at Georgetown in August to clinch the title.

“Halmar International stepped up for our program and allowed us to travel more in the southern area,” Friesen said. “It was a lot of fun going to Delaware, Susquehanna (Pa.) and those tracks down that way.”

Friesen pointed to the York County Nationals event at Susquehanna as a key to his title. He crashed heavily in qualifying and his crew executed repairs in time to rally for a fourth-place finish in the 50-lap main.

In fact, Friesen finished no worse than eighth in any STSS South Region race.

Watt, of Boyertown, Pa., won in May at Pa.’s Big Diamond Speedway and earned five top-five finishes including a pair of second-place results at Susquehanna and Georgetown. He received $4,500.

Duane Howard of Oley, Pa., scored four top-10 finishes to place third in the standings, taking home $3,000. A winner at Susquehanna, Ryan Godown of Ringoes, N.J., was fourth and received $2,000. Craig Von Dohren of Oley, Pa., completed the front five and received $1,500.

Completing the top-10, respectively, were Jordan Watson of Milford, Del., ($1,250); Billy Pauch of Frenchtown, N.J., ($1,200); New Egypt (N.J.) Speedway $10,000 winner Billy Pauch Jr. of Milford, N.J., ($1,150); Rick Laubach of Hellertown, Pa., ($1,100); and David Van Horn Jr. of Harmony, N.J. ($1,050).

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In the first season of the STSS Open Sportsman series, Cochecton, N.Y., driver Charlie Hendrickson Jr. took the title. He received $1,250 and a drum of VP Racing Fuel for his title. Hendrickson won a September event at N.Y.’s Thunder Mountain Speedway among five top-10 finishes.

The accompanying XCel 600 Modified mini-series Lebanon, Pa., driver Richie Hitzler received top honors and a $350 cash bonus as the driver accruing the most points at XCel events accompanying STSS races at I-88, Big Diamond, Bridgeport (N.J.) and Thunder Mountain.

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A number of STSS special awards were distributed.

The annual Contribution to the Series Award went to announcer Jeff Ahlum, who puts in countless hours accumulating stats and information to portray the series and its drivers with professionalism on race night.

Sportsmanship Awards went to deserving recipients Matt DeLorenzo (North) and Ryan Watt (South), both of whom represent and promote the series both on and off the track.

An overall Outstanding Performer Award went to Ryan Godown, for his ability to succeed on both the North and South Regions of the series. Godown won races at N.Y.’s Woodhull, I-88 (twice) and Susquehanna during the season.

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Thanks to STSS sponsors, product drawings took place during the night. The recipients were as follows:

Velocita Custom Firesuit (North Region) – Matt DeLorenzo

Velocita Custom Firesuit (South Region) – David Van Horn

Henry’s Stainless Steel Exhaust Package (Perfect Attendance) – Danny Creeden

HyperCoil Springs (North Region) – Danny Creeden

HyperCoil Springs (South Region) – Craig Von Dohren

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BANQUET BITS: Following a number of door prize giveaways, DJ Jammin’ Jimmy Payne provided the musical entertainment for attendees. The Lehigh Valley Hotel & Conference Center staff provided a delicious buffet-style meal prior to the presentations….

The 2017 STSS Modified schedule (North and South) was announced during the Awards Banquet including several new highlights including an event on the Bridgeport three-eighths-mile in September; $10,000-to-win at Susquehanna; the debut at N.Y.’s Albany-Saratoga Speedway; and, of course, the Eastern States Weekend championship event at Orange County Fair Speedway….

The 10th annual Short Track SuperNationals, Deyo announced, would take place at Afton Motorsports Park in a combined effort with the American Racer Cup Weekend….

Champions received unique silver cup hardware and embroidered jackets courtesy of American Racer/Lias Tire….

To learn more about the Short Track Super Series Fueled By VP or BD Motorsports Media LLC, visit www.shorttracksuperseries.com or www.bdmotorsportsmedia.com, call 845.728.2781 during business hours, e-mail bdmotorsportsmedia@gmail.com, “like” Short Track Super Series on Facebook or follow @ShortTrackSS on Twitter.

“Non-Drawing” Product/Certificate Giveaway Summary

Allstar Performance Bonuses ($150 Credits – To Be Mailed): Danny Creeden & Brian Malcolm (North); Duane Howard & Billy Pauch Jr. (South)
Behrent’s Performance Warehouse Bonuses ($200 Gift Cards):
Erick Rudolph (fourth, North); Ryan Godown (fourth, South); Jerry Higbie (ninth, North); Rick Laubach (ninth, South). Bicknell Racing Products Top Representatives ($500 Credits): Tommy Meier (North) & Duane Howard (South)
Bob Hilbert Sportswear Bonuses:
Danny Creeden ($300 credit); Charlie Hendrickson Jr. ($100 credit); Richie Hitzler ($100 credit)
Fox Shocks Top Representatives (Two FOX Shocks each): Andy Bachetti (North) & Stewart Friesen (South)
Hig Fab Chassis Top Representatives: Danny Creeden (North and South, $1,000 total)
Kirkey Racing Products Bonuses: Andy Bachetti ($300 credit); Stewart Friesen ($150 credit); Charlie Hendrickson ($100 credit)
Teo-Pro Car Top Representatives ($500 Credits):
Andy Bachetti (North) & Stewart Friesen (South)
Velocita Bonuses ($100 Credits): Tommy Meier, Anthony Perrego, Matt DeLorenzo, Craig Hanson & Nick Nye (North); Ryan Watt, Craig Von Dohren, Jordan Watson, Billy Pauch & David Van Horn (South)
VP Racing Fuel Bonus (Complimentary Drum of Fuel): Charlie Hendrickson Jr.

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Bolting On American Racer Tires Worthwhile For Andy Bachetti; Sheffield Mass., Driver Pockets $27,000 In Point Fund Money For 25 Total Short Track Super Series/I-88 Speedway Events Via American Racer Cup Program

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INDIANA, PA – Hailing from Sheffield, Mass., the schedule Andy Bachetti chooses to follow with his black and bright green No. 4 Modified is a bit unorthodox.

But it was also profitable: to the tune of $27,000-plus in point fund cash.

Bolting on American Racer tires, Bachetti elected to race weekly at I-88 Speedway in Afton, N.Y., on Friday nights – a member of the lucrative American Racer Cup program – and chase points on the Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series (STSS) Fueled By VP Halmar International North Region.

In the STSS North Region, Bachetti earned his second championship in three years. He will receive $12,000 in cash plus product awards this Friday (Dec. 16) at the series Awards Banquet in Bethlehem, Pa.

At I-88, Bachetti took the track championship and the $4,000 that accompanied it from outgoing promoters Jamie and Denise Page.

With his outstanding eight-win effort at I-88 and the speedway’s robust big-block/small-block Modified car count, Bachetti was able to earn the overall American Racer Cup presented by Sunoco Race Fuels/Insinger Performance title, worth $10,000 from American Racer and regional distributor Lias Tire of Indiana, Pa.

He also received $1,000 as the American Racer Cup North Region champion and five free tires at year-end, not to mention three free tires received during the season.

Bachetti’s $27,000-plus was achieved by competing in just 16 I-88 Friday events and nine STSS events for a total of 25 races! This is just point fund money, not earnings from individual races during the season!

“It’s a great deal, to be able to bring home what we have, running, what, 25 races total,” Bachetti said. “I’ve got to thank American Racer and the Short Track Super Series for putting up this kind of money.”

The American Racer Cup is preparing for the 2017 season under new management of BD Motorsports Media LLC. Follow along with the latest news on Facebook (American Racer Cup) and Twitter @racer_cup. A complete overhaul of the website will be completed during the holiday season.

To learn more about the Short Track Super Series Fueled By VP or BD Motorsports Media LLC, visit www.shorttracksuperseries.com or www.bdmotorsportsmedia.com, call 845.728.2781 during business hours, e-mail bdmotorsportsmedia@gmail.com, “like” Short Track Super Series on Facebook or follow @ShortTrackSS on Twitter.

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SHORT TRACK SUPER SERIES ‘NIGHT OF CHAMPIONS’ KEY INFO – FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16

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The annual Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series Fueled By VP ‘Night of Champions’ Awards Banquet takes place this Friday, December 16.

Key information…

Location: Lehigh Valley Hotel & Conference Center – 300 Gateway Drive Bethlehem, PA 18017 – Website: www.lehighvalleyhotel.com

Rooms: Discounted room rates of $79/night are available by calling 610.954.5034 – mention BD Motorsports Media

Times: Cocktails at 6 p.m.  Dinner at 7 p.m.

To Be Recognized: Top-12 Halmar International North Region; Top-10 Velocita USA South Region; Open Sportsman champion (remainder of top-10 will be paid via mail); XCel 600 Modified champion

Notes: DJ Jammin’ Jimmy Payne will provide musical entertainment; the on-site bar – The Bar With No Name – will be open until 2 a.m.

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Albany-Saratoga Speedway To Host Short Track Super Series For The First Time In 2017; Series Inaugural Scheduled For Tuesday, August 15

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MALTA, NY – One of New York State’s premier dirt tracks – Albany-Saratoga Speedway – will join the 2017 Short Track Super Series (STSS) Fueled By VP.

Albany-Saratoga owner Howard Commander and promoter Lyle DeVore have reached an agreement with STSS organizer Brett Deyo to bring the series to the Malta, N.Y., oval for the first time in 2017.

The inaugural STSS visit takes place on Tuesday, August 15, a 52-lap event offering a minimum of $5,000 to the winner, $1,000 for 10th-place and $400 to take the green flag. Those numbers, of course, could grow with marketing partners and bonuses attained.

“We are always looking to offer something unique and different for our fans,” DeVore said. “I’ve been watching the Short Track Super Series since it started and like the diversity of the fields. We’re hoping to bring in some Pennsylvania and New Jersey teams from the south to race with our locals.

“The plan is to make this something special, something different than we have ever offered before.”

Deyo stressed his enthusiasm for the new event at the ‘Great Race Place’ four-tenths-mile venue.

“There is no question, Albany-Saratoga is a leader in the industry right now,” he said. “It’s ‘the place’ to be on Friday nights. The crowds, the field, surface and facility are second-to-none. This is a huge positive for our series, racers and sponsors.

“I’d expect one of our most talented fields of the season on hand for this show.”

Unique for the Capital Region, STSS standard sail panels will be utilized on the Modifieds in addition to American Racer tires. Provisions will be made to aid local teams looking to compete in the event.

Sportsman, under local rules, will serve as the support division.

A rain date will be announced if needed.

The Albany-Saratoga program will be part of the series’ North Region, which is slated to begin and end at Orange County Fair Speedway in Middletown, N.Y. Joining the traditional April ‘Hard Clay Open’ is a recently announced finale during Eastern States Weekend in October.

A complete STSS ‘17 schedule will be released at the series Awards Banquet this Friday (December 16) in Bethlehem, Pa.

Marketing partners looking to join this first-time event are welcome to contact the STSS office by phone at 845.728.2781 or via e-mail at bdmotorsportsmedia@gmail.com.

The Short Track Super Series recently completed its third season, with Andy Bachetti of Sheffield, Mass., topping the North Region point battle and Stewart Friesen of Sprakers, N.Y., winning the South Region championship. The STSS can be found on the web at www.shorttracksuperseries.com, on Facebook under Short Track Super Series and @ShortTrackSS on Twitter.

Albany-Saratoga Speedway is located at 2671 U.S. Route 9 Malta, N.Y., 12020. The track info line is 518.587.0220 and the speedway website is www.albany-saratogaspeedway.com.

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New Ride, Winning Result: Anthony Perrego Wins ‘Gobbler’ Modified Event Worth $5,400 For Superior Remodeling Team; Other Winners Include Joey Bruning (Sportsman); Kyle Welsch (Street Stock); Justin Mills (Slingshot) & Patrick Bleau (Enduro)

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ACCORD, NY – Armed with a new opportunity, Anthony Perrego closed out the 2016 Northeast dirt-track season in victorious fashion Saturday at Accord Speedway.

In a rare December dirt-track event, the Montgomery, N.Y., driver dominated the ‘Gobbler’ big-block/small-block Modified special at Accord Speedway, collecting $5,400 for his efforts. Perrego was driving for Brian Smith’s Superior Remodeling team for just the second time.

For Perrego, the checkered was his second in the ‘post-season’ Gobbler. He won the inaugural version at Accord in 2013.

Perrego was thankful to the Superior Remodeling operation for the opportunity in Victory Lane.

“This is a big one to win,” offered Perrego after climbing to the roof of the No. 44 Hig Fab Chassis mount. “I have to thank this team for giving me a chance. We had a great car today.”

Perrego won before a healthy crowd with a pit-bulging 177 race teams taking part in the program.

The 50-lap main was a rough-and-tumble affair early on. Southern Tier driver Brian Malcolm launched off the pole via a redraw of top qualifiers and put his Chuck Grimm-backed No. 119 into the lead at the outset. In turn one, several cars spun to draw the yellow.

A grinding frontstretch pileup drew the red before the completion of lap one when Jerry Higbie was forced into the outside wall and several cars were collected. All drivers were okay.

Through the series of restarts, Malcolm held command. Mike Ricci, a perennial Accord contender, worked into second by the seventh lap before he was spun in turn one.

Perrego, who had originally started fourth, now took over second and began his pursuit of Malcolm, working both the outside and inside lanes of the quarter-mile oval.

On lap 15, Perrego powered around the outside of Malcolm to take a lead he wouldn’t relinquish. Perrego negotiated lapped traffic flawlessly in the final laps en route to the win at the speedway where he claimed the 2016 track championship.

Malcolm, of Lake Ariel, Pa., held on for a runner-up effort. Malcolm, who chased the Short Track Super Series in 2016, was a feature winner at both Penn Can (Pa.) and Thunder Mountain (N.Y.) speedways.

“Anthony was fast,” Malcolm said. “He’s a good guy and I’m glad to see him win. This is a nice way to end the year for us.”

Corey Lowitt of Wallkill, N.Y., placed a steady third in the United Pump & Tank-backed No. 716, with Accord, N.Y., driver Richard Smith, who started 20th, finishing fourth and Modified newcomer, third-generation driver Allison Ricci of New Paltz, N.Y., in fifth after starting 16th.

Completing the top-10 were Jimmy Horton of Neshanic Station, N.J., in the Halmar No. 43 recovering from early race tangles; Jeff Strunk of Boyertown, Pa., driving a Dave Zubikowski-owned car; multi-time Accord champion Rich Ricci Jr. of New Paltz, N.Y.; Mike Ricci of Tillson, N.Y., after his early race misfortune; and Mike Trautschold of Parksville, N.Y.

Heat winners were Ken Ferrier, Perrego, Danny Johnson and Trautschold. The consolations were split by Smith and Tyler Dippel.

Bloomingburg, N.Y., driver Joey Bruning scored the biggest win of his career in the 25-lap Sportsman main. Bruning earned $1,650 including a $150 bonus as the highest-finishing Crate 602 Sportsman in the main event.

Bruning launched off the outside pole and held Tyler Johnston at bay. Tyler Boniface, after starting 12th, rallied to finish third with a late-race pass of PA/NJ Sportsman standout Brandon Grosso, who held on for fourth. Cody Hunt, making his first Accord appearance, placed fifth in a steady drive.

Each of the top-three drivers utilized Crate 602 engines and received cash bonuses of $150 – Bruning and $125 – Johnston and Boniface.

Despite starting 24th on the grid, Kyle Welsch of Narrowsburg, N.Y., topped the Ron Wright Memorial Pure/Street Stock program. He collected $650 and clinched the Street Stock Shootout Series title in the process.

Welsch actually crossed the line second behind apparent winner Shawn Boynton. However, Boynton’s carburetor did not meet post-race tech inspection and he was disqualified. Jim Maher advanced to second ahead of Kevin Skelly, Walt Henry and Josh Towner.

Justin Mills topped the 20-lap Slingshot feature and left the speedway $300 richer. Mills paced a quick event, besting Taylor Mills, Hunter Lapp, Alan Salemba and Jake Mason to the line.

Patrick Bleau pocketed $2,000 as the winner of a wild 100-lap FWD Four Cylinder Enduro that included some 51 entries.

The ‘Gobbler’ was the 2016 season finale for both BD Motorsports Media LLC and Accord Speedway, co-promoters of the event.

Accord Speedway, a neat-and-tidy quarter-mile clay oval nestled in the hills of Ulster County, is located at 299 Whitfield Road Accord, NY 12404. The speedway is on the web at www.accordspeedway.com.

To learn more about the Short Track Super Series Fueled By VP or BD Motorsports Media LLC, visit www.shorttracksuperseries.com or www.bdmotorsportsmedia.com, call 845.728.2781 during business hours, e-mail bdmotorsportsmedia@gmail.com, “like” Short Track Super Series on Facebook or follow @ShortTrackSS on Twitter.

GOBBLER LEFTOVERS: To say the Accord Speedway pit area was filled to capacity was an understatement, as several teams were parked outside the typical ‘pit area’ boundaries with 177 race cars on hand. The breakdown was 35 Modifieds, 43 Sportsman, 31 Street Stocks, 17 Slingshots and 51 FWD Enduro entries….

For the second time in the race’s four-year history, the ‘Gobbler’ was contested on the first Saturday of December under fair skies….

Halmar International offered Modified lap leaders $10 each and heat winners $50 per event….

Smooth track conditions prevailed despite heavy rain in the days leading up the postponed event….

Despite the huge car count, the Modified feature took the track by 4:28 p.m., less than two-and-a-half hours after the scheduled starting time….

‘GOBBLER’ RACE SUMMARY – ACCORD SPEEDWAY SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2016

Modified Feature Finish (50 laps): ANTHONY PERREGO, Brian Malcolm, Corey Lowitt, Richard Smith, Allison Ricci, Jimmy Horton, Jeff Strunk, Rich Ricci Jr., Mike Ricci, Mike Trautschold, Scott Ferrier, Danny Creeden, Chris Stevens, Randy Green, Danny Johnson, Ryan Darcy, Tyler Dippel, Tyler Siri, Ray See Jr., Craig Hanson, Brian Krummel, Ken Ferrier, Larry Mekic, Jerry Higbie.

Did Not Qualify: Mike Maresca, Jeremy Markle, Brad Rothaupt, Joe Judge, Cass Bennett, Ed Burgess, Dom Buffalino, Cory Cormier, Tim Hartman, Heidi Hedin, Ed Dachenhausen.

Sportsman Feature Finish (25 laps): JOEY BRUNING, Tyler Johnston, Tyler Boniface, Brandon Grosso, Cody Hunt, Danny Tyler, Cole Hentschel, Greg McCloskey, Joey Bonetti, Jimmy Johnson, Corey Cormier, Kyle Van Duser, David Demorest, Chris Lynch, Shane Jablonka, Tommy Collins, Lenny Helmich, Nick Alberti, Richard Smith, Tommy Johnson, Stacy Jackson, Jim Kraus, Jamie Batzel, Eric Williams, Jimmy Zacharias, Larry Mekic.

Did Not Qualify: Tim Hartman Jr., Jason Feinberg, Benny Rizzo, Steve Eubanks, Nick Plumstead, Brad Horton, Milton Mann, R.J. Smith, Danny Morgiewicz, Alissa Cody, Brandon McGill, Rich Ricci III, Matt Shultz, Ryan McCartney, Jeremy Doerr, Jeff Higham, Mike Traver.

Street Stock Feature Finish (20 laps): KYLE WELSCH, Jim Maher, Kevin Skelly, Walt Henry, Josh Towner, Joel Murns, Josh Hechinger, Ryan Brockner, Emerson Cargain Sr., Harry Bachmann, Emerson Cargain Jr., Chris Murphy, Mike DuBois Jr., Tommy Pickles, Nate Hill, Joe Scheffold, Ray Tarantino, Charlie Donald, Randy Fox, Zach Severlin, Sparky Reilly, Chuck Culbertson, Jay Smalley, Charlie Towner.

Disqualified: Shawn Boynton.

Did Not Qualify: Ed Bishoff, Bob Palmer, Steve Kanuk, Greg Sleight, David Cook, Bob Sleight.

Slingshot Feature Finish (20 laps): JUSTIN MILLS, Taylor Mills, Hunter Lapp, Alan Salemba, Jake Mason, Samantha Muller, Dan Malley, Alan Kober, Ashley Kober, Jordan Lawrence, Josh Marcus, Michael Corbin, John Kendall, Sarah Bohlyn, Ashton DeWitt, Jon DeWitt, Cole Stangle.

Enduro Feature Finish (100 laps, Top-Five Finishers, 51 Cars Started): PATRICK BLEAU, Shawn Maloney, Gene Helms, Russell Doland Jr., Billy Watson.

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Gobbler Results Summary – Accord Speedway Saturday, December 3, 2016

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‘GOBBLER’ RACE SUMMARY – ACCORD SPEEDWAY SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2016

Modified Feature Finish (50 laps): ANTHONY PERREGO, Brian Malcolm, Corey Lowitt, Richard Smith, Allison Ricci, Jimmy Horton, Jeff Strunk, Rich Ricci Jr., Mike Ricci, Mike Trautschold, Scott Ferrier, Danny Creeden, Chris Stevens, Randy Green, Danny Johnson, Ryan Darcy, Tyler Dippel, Tyler Siri, Ray See Jr., Craig Hanson, Brian Krummel, Ken Ferrier, Larry Mekic, Jerry Higbie.

Did Not Qualify: Mike Maresca, Jeremy Markle, Brad Rothaupt, Joe Judge, Cass Bennett, Ed Burgess, Dom Buffalino, Cory Cormier, Tim Hartman, Heidi Hedin, Ed Dachenhausen.

Sportsman Feature Finish (25 laps): JOEY BRUNING, Tyler Johnston, Tyler Boniface, Brandon Grosso, Cody Hunt, Danny Tyler, Cole Hentschel, Greg McCloskey, Joey Bonetti, Jimmy Johnson, Corey Cormier, Kyle Van Duser, David Demorest, Chris Lynch, Shane Jablonka, Tommy Collins, Lenny Helmich, Nick Alberti, Richard Smith, Tommy Johnson, Stacy Jackson, Jim Kraus, Jamie Batzel, Eric Williams, Jimmy Zacharias, Larry Mekic.

Did Not Qualify: Tim Hartman Jr., Jason Feinberg, Benny Rizzo, Steve Eubanks, Nick Plumstead, Brad Horton, Milton Mann, R.J. Smith, Danny Morgiewicz, Alissa Cody, Brandon McGill, Rich Ricci III, Matt Shultz, Ryan McCartney, Jeremy Doerr, Jeff Higham, Mike Traver.

Street Stock Feature Finish (20 laps): KYLE WELSCH, Jim Maher, Kevin Skelly, Walt Henry, Josh Towner, Joel Murns, Josh Hechinger, Ryan Brockner, Emerson Cargain Sr., Harry Bachmann, Emerson Cargain Jr., Chris Murphy, Mike DuBois Jr., Tommy Pickles, Nate Hill, Joe Scheffold, Ray Tarantino, Charlie Donald, Randy Fox, Zach Severlin, Sparky Reilly, Chuck Culbertson, Jay Smalley, Charlie Towner.

Disqualified: Shawn Boynton.

Did Not Qualify: Ed Bishoff, Bob Palmer, Steve Kanuk, Greg Sleight, David Cook, Bob Sleight.

Slingshot Feature Finish (20 laps): JUSTIN MILLS, Taylor Mills, Hunter Lapp, Alan Salemba, Jake Mason, Samantha Muller, Dan Malley, Alan Kober, Ashley Kober, Jordan Lawrence, Josh Marcus, Michael Corbin, John Kendall, Sarah Bohlyn, Ashton DeWitt, Jon DeWitt, Cole Stangle.

Enduro Feature Finish (100 laps, Top-Five Finishers, 51 Cars Started): PATRICK BLEAU, Shawn Maloney, Gene Helms, Russell Doland Jr., Billy Watson.