Racing results from April 25 at Arizona Speedway

USCS Wing Sprint racing will return May 9 at Arizona Speedway for the Mother’s Day Celebration. (Photo courtesy desertimagecollection.com)

USCS Wing Sprint racing will return May 9 at Arizona Speedway for the Mother’s Day Celebration. (Photo courtesy desertimagecollection.com)

Fans and racers braved the threat of weather for some great racing action April 25 at Arizona Speedway. We got all the heats in and the Challenge Cup sprints completed their main event followed by the ASCS Wing Sprint car feature. The results are listed below.
The wing sprint cars were unable to complete a lap before getting rained out, canceling the remainder of the night. The ASCS sprints were scored because they were lined up for the feature.
The bombers and pure stocks will be scheduled sometime in May for their make-up races as double features. For make-up dates, watch Arizona Speedway website at http://arizonaspeedway.net or the Arizona Speedway face book page.
Upcoming events include:
•7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 9: Mother’s Day Celebration featuring ASCS Wing Sprint Cars
•7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 16: Central Arizona College Student Night featuring USAC Non-Wing Sprint Cars
•7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 23, and Sunday, May 24: John Morris Classic, $1;000 to win, Mods IMCA All-Star Qualifier, also featuring X-Mods, Pures and Bombers
Arizona Speedway is at 47346 N. Ironwood Road in Queen Creek, within ET Motopark 4 miles south of U.S. 60.
Admission for weekly racing events is $12 for adults, $10 for seniors and $5 for children, kids 6 and under are admitted free. Premier show (sprint cars and late models) admission is $15 for adults, $12 for seniors and $5 for children, kids 6 and under are admitted free.
Pit passes for all events are $30 for adults and $15 for kids 7-12. Kids 6 and under are admitted free.
Camping and parking are free the night of show.
For more information; visit the Arizona Speedway website; the track’s Facebook page or call 480-926-6688.
The racing results from April 25 are:
Challenge Cup Sprints—A-Main
1 – Dustin Cormany 0; 2 – Dennis Gile 13; 3 – Johnny Shelton Jr 9; 4 – Lonnie Oliver 11T; 5 – Dustin Burkhart 22AZ; 6 – Joe Scheopner 17; 7 – Bobby Markum 85; 8 – Tommy Lee 53; 9 – Vince Perez 40; 10 – Rick Shuman 25; 11 – Steve Wagner 35; 12 – Aaron Jones 88; 13 – Don Keesler 63; 14 – Mike Visser 5; 15 – Crash Vegas 71; 16 – Rick Setzer 1S; 17 – Katherine Aragon 42; 18 – Josh Shipley 2; 19 – Rick Green 7
ASCS Winged Sprints—A-Main
1 – Alex Pettas 57X; 2 – Rick Ziehl 20Z; 3 – Lance Norick 90; 4 – Casey Buckman 91; 5 – Colton Hardy 74; 6 – James Mosher 12; 7 – Ryan Linder 9; 8 – Glenn Brace 13; 9 – Michael Curtis 5A; 10 – Kyle Danielson 17K; 11 – Kaylene Verville 01; 12 – Joshua Williams 41W; 13 – Joey Chester 15C; 14 – Mike Rux Jr. 22; 15 – Billy Chester 4C; 16 – Darrell Sickels 29; 17 – Cody Sickles 14; 18 – Bud Rowe 6; 19 – Cody Cambensey 51; 20 – Bob Ream Jr. 8
Bombers—Heat 1
1 – Klay Colclasure 14; 2 – Steve Soboski 82; 3 – Ben Soboski 11; 4 – Mikey Soboski 10; 5 – RJ Mcintosh 33; 6 – Mark Farnes 9; 7 – Stuart Ballenger 28; 8 – Jon Howard 521; 9 – Geoff Jones 178
Bombers—Heat 2
1 – Cory Parent 80; 2 – Virgil McArthur 47; 3 – Jeff Knox 30; 4 – Bret Bierman 11B; 5 – James Davis 77; 6 – Justin Fitts P40; 7 – Jared Nickola 5150; 8 – Dakota NcNeal 16X; 9 – Bruce Sipes 56S
Bombers—Heat 3
1 – Larry Brigner MOM; 2 – Dean Mainville 61M; 3 – Toby Wibeto 25; 4 – Shawn Damon 5D; 5 – Joe Ward K1; 6 – Rick Hughes 7; 7 – Brett Lanerd 80HD; 8 – John Wilt 72; 9 – Pat O’Donohue 34
Pure Stocks—Heat 1
1 – Dean Mainville 61M; 2 – Tyler Mecl 76; 3 – John Drake 125; 4 – Ronnie Sanchez 37; 5 – Arron Hetrick 44; 6 – Mike Mabbit 17X; 7 – Chuck Grohnke 23; 8 – Anthony Catena 67B; 9 – Mark Matson 46
Pure Stocks—Heat 2
1 – Kevin Parker 78; 2 – Mike Kruse 17; 3 – Michael Mabbitt SR 50; 4 – Jordan Huesman 12; 5 – Jimmy Johnson 57J; 6 – Glen Hokanson 13H; 7 – Zach Griggs 28CZ; 8 – Ty Weidner Z28; 9 – Eric Lloyd 11X
Editor’s note: Kim Korstad is the publicity manager for Arizona Speedway.

 

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