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ARCADE, NY…..The Previty’s Auto Wrecking/VP Racing Fuels Fall Classic continued on Saturday night at Freedom Motorsports Park, with the 30-lap Duke DuClon Memorial for Super Late Models, presented by Close Racing Supply, headlining the program.
Wyatt Scott and Dave Scott traded the lead at the start of the 30lap Duke DuClon Super Late Model event, with Greg Oakes and Dutch Davies battling hrad behind them. Oakes pulled a slider on lap 9 to take second from Wyatt Scott. The two Scotts and Oakes had a fantastic battle that saw Oakes take the top spot on lap 16, with Wyatt moving back into second two laps later. Wyatt used lapped traffic to take the lead on lap 21. A spin by Clayton Tarabori on lap 27 set up a three lap dash and bunched the field back up. Wyatt Scott held on to the top spot and took the $3,000 payday with Oakes second. Dutch Davies used the outside off the final corner to snag third from David Scott, with Mike Wonderling rounding out the top five.
In the Bellinger Electric/Close Racing Supply Pro Mod feature, Adam Ashcroft and Al Brewer broke free from the pack to pace the field early. Friday night’s winner Steve Dixon was involved in a crash on lap 4 and pitted, rejoining at the back of the pack. When racing resumed, Ashcroft pulled away from Brewer as Zain Harvey charged into the top five using the outside lane. Harvey was involved in a spin on lap 10 with Tim Schram which sent both to the rear as Dixon had worked his way back to sixth. Ashcroft pulled away from Brewer in the closing laps to grab the win, with Brewer and Duane Powers following. Critter Hemphill made a late race charge to take fourth over Dixon, who recovered for fifth.
The 20-lap Street Stock feature started with Tom Kemp and Justin Neff battling for the lead, with Joe Chamberlin moving past Kane Stebbins into third. Chamberlin had handling issues and fell back to fourth as Kemp extended his lead. Chamberlin wound up in the pits on lap 14 as Kemp withstood challenges from Neff. A lap 18 yellow set up a green-white-checker finish, with Kemp hanging on for the win and the weekend sweep. Steve Sklar, Kane Stebbins, and Ted Mascho rounded out the top five.
A multi car pileup on the opening lap of the Mini Stock feature involved track champion Andy Schumaker, Josh Torrence, and several others. On the restart, DJ Williams and Trevor Putt battled for the top spot, with Williams grabbing it on lap 2. Andrew Kreamer moved into second on lap 6 as Schumaker roared back through the pack to get back to fifth spot. Schumaker continued his charge, getting to second by lap 11, and in the final two laps he battled hard with Williams as they came into lapped traffic. At the finish, Williams held off Schumaker by a car length to take the checkers.
The 10-lap Bandit feature , Bryson Hill took the lead on the first lap and went the distance to take the win over Kaden Michael and Johnathan Logdson.
The Fall Classic event was the final race of the 2021 season at Freedom Motorsports Park. Congratulations to the 2021 Track Champions, Wyatt Scott (Super Late Model), Adam Ashcroft (Pro Mod), Tom Kemp (Street Stock), Andy Schumaker (Mini Stock), and Ridge Cobb (Bandits). For more information, visit .
SUPER LATE MODEL DUKE DUCLON MEMORIAL PRESENTED BY CLOSE RACING SUPPLY-WYATT SCOTT, Greg Oakes, Dutch Davies, David Scott, Mike Wonderling, Kyle Bedell, Ryan Scott, Clayton Tarabori, Jason Knowles, Kyle Scott, Jason Dobson, Andy Michael.
BELLINGER ELECTRIC/CRS PRO MOD-ADAM ASHCROFT, Al Brewer, Duane Powers, Critter Hemphill, Steve Dixon, John Woodward Jr, Brodie Hill, Tim Schram, Adam Peterson, Zain Harvey, Tom Root, Tyler Oakes (DNS).
STREET STOCK-TOM KEMP, Justin Neff, Steve Sklar, Kane Stebbins, Ted Mascho, Andy Eastman, Bobby Lippa Jr, Randy Taylor, Joe Chamberlin, Dale Rissinger, Tim Schram, Dana Maybee.
MINI STOCK-DJ WILLIAMS, Andy Schumaker, Andrew Kreamer, Trevor Putt, Kurt Babcock, Kodey Kincaid, Tim Fisher, Jeff Ganoung, Cody Atwater, John Michael, Shawn Burgess, Logan Ganoung, Phil Vaughn, Nate Kessler, Kyle Vantail, Andrew Schoonover, Josh Torrence, Paul Beil, Matthew Haskins, Dylan Strade, Shawn Byerly, Rick Bump (DNS), Tammy Watson (DNS).
BANDITS-BRYSON HILL, Kaden Michael, Johnathan Logsdon.

ARCADE, NY…..The two-night Previty Auto Wrecking/VP Racing Fuels Freedom Fall Classic took place Friday night with perfect weather conditions. The 30-lap Pete Loretto Memorial for Super Late Models headlined the show.
Dave Scott was the early leader of the Pete Loretto Memorial event, but there was wild action behind them as Dave Hess charged past Wyatt Scott and Dutch Davies to get second and put pressure on the race leader. Hess made a daring move between Scott and a lapped car to take the lead on lap 13. Six laps later, Bryce Davis brought out the first caution flag of the event when he stopped in turn four. On the restart, Hess pulled away and went on for the win, with Dave Scott holding on to second. Greg Oakes and Mike Wonderling made late race charges to end up third and fourth, with Wyatt Scott rounding out the top five.
Clayson Construction presented the 20-lap Crate Late Model portion of the program, and Bill Holmes passed pole sitter Steve Dixon for the early lead and held the top spot as the leaders came into lapped traffic at the halfway point. Holmes and Dixon battled hard through lapped traffic, with Jason Jenco and Paul Grigsby catching them, making for a wild four way battle through the final laps. Off the final corner, Dixon snuck under Holmes and held on for a half car length win. Grigsby held off Jenco for third, with Dustin Waters right behind in fifth.
In the Bellinger Electric/Close Racing Supply Pro Mod feature, Steve Dixon opened up a couple of car lengths over Al Brewer at the start with Adam Ashcroft battling Brewer for second. Ashcroft used a lapped car to move past Brewer for second on lap 11 as Brode Hill battled Duane Powers for third. Brewer fought his way back around Ashcroft for second just before a lap 14 yellow. DIxon held off Brewer over the final few laps to take the victory, with Brewer, Ashcroft, Hill, and Powers following.
The 20-lap Street Stock feature saw Tom Kemp jump into the lead with Joe Chamberlin giving chase. After a quick yellow on lap 4 for Sherman Gage’s stalled car, Chamberlin took the lead on the restart as Kane Stebbins grabbed three spots and got into the top 3. Chamberain bobbled off turn four on lap 8 and Kemp retook the lead. Chamberlain was fighting issues with his car and lost second to Stebbins in the final two laps, as Kemp, the 2021 Track Champion, took the win. Following Stebbins and Chamberlin were Andy Eastman in fourth and Steve Sklar in fifth.
In the Mini Stock feature, William Weller Jr took the lead but got caught on the outside of a three wide battle with Josh Torrence and Brad Whiteside and wound up piling into the frontstretch wall. That left Torrence and Whiteside to fight for thelead with Trevor Putt and DJ Williams behind them. Putt’s car slowed and stopped on lap 7 and he dropped out of the event. Whiteside led to the backstretch of the white flag lap, when Williams slid under him. Williams took the win over Whiteside by inches, followed by Andy Schumaker, Torrence, and Victor Ford.
In the Bandit division’s 10-lap feature, Ridge Cobb took the lead and led the entire distance to take the win. Cody Atwater made the move past Bryson Hill for second on lap 6, with Kayley Bacon and Kaden Michael rounding out the top five.
Racing continues at Freedom Motorsports Park on Saturday, September 11 with the second day of the Fall Classic, featuring the Duke DuClon Memorial for Super Late Models, plus Pro Mods, Street Stocks, Mini Stocks, and Bandits. Racing begins at 6:30 p.m. For more information, visit .
SUPER LATE MODEL PETE LORETTO MEMORIAL-DAVE HESS, Dave Scott, Greg Oakes, Mike Wonderling, Wyatt Scott, Mike Knight, Dutch Davies, Chad Homan, Kyle Bedell, Jason Knowles, Jason Dobson, Bryce Davis, Kyle Scott.
CLAYSON CONSTRUCTION CRATE LATE MODELS-STEVE DIXON, Bill Holmes, Paul Grigsby, Jason Jenco, Dustin Waters, Randy Hall, Chuck LaFleur, Doug Ricotta, Austin Allen, Andy Michael, 32J, DJ King, Jason Dobson, Paul Norman, David DuBois, David Stolzenberg, TJ Downs, Mike Knight (DNS).
BELLINGER ELECTRIC/CRS PRO MOD-STEVE DIXON, Al Brewer, Adam Ashcroft, Brode Hill, Duane Powers, Critter Hemphill, John Woodward Jr, Justin Chaddock, Tyler Oakes, Adam Peterson, Josh Wilcox, Tom Root, Tim Schram, Zain Harvey, Chad Ramsey, Dalton Bradley, Brett Ritter (DNS).
STREET STOCK-TOM KEMP, Kane Stebbins, Hoe Chamberlain, Andy Eastman, Steve Sklar, Josh Wilcox, Ted Mascho, Aaron Miller, Randy Taylor, Justin Neff, Bill Tice, Blaze Harrison, Tim Schram, Bill Demick, Sherman Gage.
MINI STOCK-DJ WILLIAMS, Brad Whiteside, Andy Schumaker, Josh Torrence, Victor Ford, Logan Ganoung, Rick Neeman, Jeff Ganoung Jr, John Michael, Tammy Watson, Kody Kinner, 61, 76, Joe Bieber, Trevor Putt, Andy Creamer, William Weller Jr, Phil Vaughn, Shawn Burgess, Dusty Skinner (DNS), Ben Gasper (DNS), Tim Fisher (DNS), Brian Johnson (DNS).
BANDITS-RIDGE COBB, Cody Atwater, Bryson Hill, Kayley Bacon, Kaden Michael, Seth Johnson (DNS).


ARCADE, NY…..Jeremy Wonderling cashed in for a $1,000 payday Friday night on Prime Time Energy Services night, as he took the honors in the 25-lap Crate Late Model Challenge feature event.
Wonderling started at the front of the field, but had to pass early leader Dusty Waters a couple of laps in. One out front, Wonderling was able to blast away from the field and open up a big gap while Dusty and John Waters battled for the runnerup spot. John got the second spot as Dusty slid high, moving Steve Dixon into third. At the finish, Wonderling took a commanding win, with John Waters second, Dixon third, Paul Grigsby fourth, and Dusty Waters fifth.
The Pro Mods were gunning for a $1,500 payday in the Bellinger Electric/Close Racing Supply Shootout event, and Dennis Lunger and Adam Ashcroft had a fantastic battle through the first two thirds of the feature, with Lunger using lapped traffic late in the race to open up a gap on Ashcroft that he carried to the checkers. Ashcroft had to settle for second, followed by Al Brewer, Steve Dixon, and Duane Powers.
THe 20-lap Street Stock feature was a race long battle between Bill Taylor and Joe Chamberlin, who raced side by side for several laps during the event, with both taking turns at the point. When the checkers fell, Taylor had bested Chamberlin, but both drivers were disqualified, which handed the feature win to Tom Kemp, who crossed the line in the third spot. Tim Schram, Randy Taylor, Ted Mascho, and Andy Eastman were the rest of the top five finishers.
THe Mini Stock feature turned into a two car battle at the front of the field between Andy Schumaker and Holden Heineman. Schumaker was able to pull away just past the halfway point and went on to claim the win over Heineman, William Weller Jr, Joe Bieber, and Rick Sperry.
After having problems with his car after the Bandit heat race, Ridge Cobb borrowed the Schumaker car and drove it home over Kaden Michael to take the win in their feature event.
Racing continues at Freedom Motorsports Park on Friday, August 13th with the Pete Loretto Memorial for Super Late Models, paying #3,000 to win plus lap money. The Pro Mods, Street Stocks, Mini Stocks, and Bandits will also be on the card and it will be Season Championship night in all divisions, presented by Budweiser and Briggs Transportation. For more information visit .
CRATE LATE MODELS-JEREMY WONDERLING, John Waters, Steve Dixon, Paul Grigsby, Dusty Waters, Rich Michael, Bill Holmes, Steve LeBarron, JJ Mazur, Chuck LaFleur, David Pangrazio, Billy DuBois, Jon Rivers, DJ Krug.
BELLINGER ELECTRIC/CLOSE RACING SUPPLY PRO MOD SHOOTOUT-DENNIS LUNGER, Adam Ashcroft, Al Brewer, Steve Dixon, Duane Powers, Brodie Hill, John Woodward Jr, Adam Peterson, Tyler Oakes, Tyler Carlin, Dean Ingalls, Justin Chaddock, Brian Mohawk, Brent Ritter Sr, Tim Schram.
STREET STOCK-TOM KEMP, Tim Schram, Randy Taylor, Ted Mascho, Andy Eastman, Nate Arnold, Bill Demick, Aaron Miller, Justin Neff, Blaze Harrison, Pete Pieczynski (DNS), Kurt Miller (DNS), Michael Oakes (DNS), Bill Taylor (DQ), Joe Chamberlin (DQ).
MINI STOCK-ANDY SCHUMAKER, Holden Heineman, William Weller Jr, Joe Bieber, Rick Sperry, Kevin Bacon, Jacob Neamon, Josh Torrence (DNS), Sam Fuller (DNS).
BANDITS-RIDGE COBB, Kaden Michael, Cody Atwater (DNS), Bryson Hill (DNS).

ARCADE, NY…..Two was the magic number Friday night at Freedom Motorsports Park as four drivers took their second wins of the season on Sixt Lumber Night.
Dutch Davies took off and ran away from the field at the start of the 25-lap Super Late Model event, pulling out a full straightaway by lap 10 on Wyatt Scott. Once the race got past halfway, Scott started reeling in Davies, and he made the pass for the lead on lap 19. One lap later, Davies pitted under yellow with a flat right rear, rejoining at the tail of the pack. Scott held off a determined charge from Greg Oakes over the final two laps to take his second win of the year, followed by Bob Dorman, Mike Wonderling, and Kyle Bedell.
The 20-lap Street Stock feature saw Tom Kemp and Bill Taylor jump out to an early advantage, with Taylor taking the lead from Kemp on lap 3. Joe Chamberlin moved into third, but his car started to smoke and he would up dropping on just before a yellow on lap 18 bunched the field. Taylor and Kemp thrilled the fans with a two lap side by side battle for the win, one that Taylor managed to get by just half a car length at the finish. Aaron Miller, Michael Oakes, and Ted Mascho rounded out the top five.
In the Pro Mod division, Steve Dixon took the lead from Dennis Lunger Jr and survived some early race restarts, one of which sent Adam Ashcroft to the tail of the field after a spin. As Dixon increased his lead at halfway, Ashcroft was tearing through the pack, moving into fourth when the yellow flew for a Tyler Oakes spin on lap 14. Ashcroft got by Al Brewer for third on the restart, but could not catch Lunger Jr and Dixon, who brought home his second win in two starts at Freedom in 2021. Brewer and John Woodward Jr took fourth and fifth.
Ray Bliss Jr grabbed the top spot from Byron Dewitt in the 20-lap DIRTcar Sportsman feature, leaving Dewitt to battle with Michael McCary for second. McCary did get by Dewitt, but one corner later Dewitt executed a crossover move and retook the runnerup spot. As they diced, Bliss cruised away and took his first win at Freedom since 2018, with Dewitt, McCary, and Dan Kolb following.
It was another dominant performance for Andy Schumaker in the Mini Stock feature as he went wire to wire for the win, with only a lap 6 caution putting him within sight of Brian Johnson and DJ Williams, who spent the first two thirds of the race battling for second. At the finish, Schumaker had win number two on the year, with Johnson getting the better of Williams in the race for second. Curt Rung and Rick Heeman rounded out the top five.
The 12-lap Bandit feature was won by Ridge Cobb, his second of the year, with Cody Atwater, Kayley Bacon, Seth Johnson, Cole Harding.
Racing continues at Freedom Motorsports Park on Friday, July 2nd with the Zimmers Service Center ULMS Pete Loretto Memorial for Super Late Models, presented by Briggs Transport. All of the regular divisions in will be in action for the event, with heats starting at 7:30 p.m. For more information, visit .
SUPER LATE MODELS-WYATT SCOTT, Greg Oakes, Bob Dorman, Mike Wonderling, Kyle Bedell, Dutch Davies, Jason Dobson, Zack Wich, Mike Smith, Jon Rivers, Dave Scott (DNS).
DIRTcar SPORTSMAN-RAY BLISS JR, Byron Dewitt, Michael McCary, Dan Kolb.
PRO MOD-STEVE DIXON, Dennis Lunger Jr, Adam Ashcroft, Al Brewer, John Woodward Jr, Adam Peterson, Duane Powers, Justin Chaddock, Tim Schram, Brent Ritter Sr, Tyler Oakes, Dean Ingalls.
STREET STOCK-BILL TAYLOR, Tom Kemp, Aaron Miller, Michael Oakes, Ted Mascho, Justin Neff, Jim Weatherley, Joe Chamberlin, Bill Demick, Ron Richter.
MINI STOCK-ANDY SCHUMAKER, Brian Johnson, DJ Williams, Curt Rung, Rick Heeman, Joe Bieber, Grayson Harding, Jacob Neamon.
BANDITS-RIDGE COBB, Cody Atwater, Kayley Bacon, Seth Johnson, Cole Harding.
ARCADE, NY…..Some new faces and some familiar ones graced Victory Lane on Bellinger Electric Night at Freedom Motorsports Park.
Bryce Davis and Wyatt Scott had a great battle at the start of the 25-lap Super Late Model feature, running side by side for the first few laps until Scott pulled away. Greg Oakes made a charge past Davis just past lap 10 and tried to run down Scott, but he held a five car length margin of victory to the checkered flag. Oakes and Davis took second and third, with Zach Wich nipping Cody Egner at the line for fourth spot.
The 25-lap DIRTcar Crate Sportsman race got underway with Dalton Martin leading Byron DeWitt up front. Sam Hoxie passed DeWitt for second, and DeWitt’s car had a rear end issue and he dropped out one lap later. Martin extended a lead over Hoxie to a full straight at the halfway point and cruised home with the feature win over Hoxie, Ray Bliss Jr, Michael McCary, and Mike Eastman.
In the 20-lap Pro Mod feature, Duane Powers outran Brodie Hill for the lead, but it only took Adam Ashcroft and Al Brewer a few laps to move past them into first and second. Brewer passed Ashcroft for the lead at halfway. Brewer pulled a healthy lead, but made contact with the lapped car of Kory Lanni on lap 17 which sent him grinding on top of the inside guardrail, damaging the back end. Ashcroft inherited the lead and pulled away from Powers to take his first win of the year, followed by John Woodward Jr, Victor Earle Jr, and Justin Chaddock.
Ted Mascho took the early lead in the 20-lap Street Stock feature but lost the lead to Dennis Cummings out a lap 4 restart. Tom Kemp battled past Joe Chamberlin for second and snagged the lead from Cummings on lap 9. Bill Taylor, who pitted with a flat on lap 4, worked his way back to third and began to pressure the leaders. Over a hectic few laps, Kemp and Chamberlin battled, and Chamberlin finally got the lead coming to the white flag and held on for his first win of the season. Kemp was a close second, with Michael Oakes, Cummings, and Randy Taylor rounding out the top five after Bill Taylor broke on the final lap.
The 15-lap Prime Time Energy Services Mini Stock feature found Andy Schumaker coming from mid pack to the lead at the end of lap 1, and was dominating the race till a red on lap 14 for a fire on Trevor Putt’s car. That set up a one lap dash that put Holden Hineman on Schumaker’s back bumper, but Schumaker held on to take the win.
After an opening lap challenge from Bryson Hill, Ridge Cobb motored home with a win in the 12-lap Bandit feature event. Cody Atwater took advantage of a miscue from Hill to snag second on the final lap, which also moved Seth Johnson up to third.
Racing continues at Freedom Motorsports Park on Friday, June 25th with the ‘Bixby Hill Shootout’ presented by Sixt Lumber, will all of the regular divisions in action at 7:30 p.m. For more information, visit .
SUPER LATE MODELS-WYATT SCOTT, Greg Oakes, Bryce Davis, Zach Wich, Cody Egner, Jason Harmon.
DIRTcar SPORTSMAN-DALTON MARTIN, Sam Hoxie, Ray Bliss Jr, Michael McCary, Mike Eastman, Byron DeWitt.
PRO MOD-ADAM ASHCROFT, Duane Powers, John Woodward Jr, Victor Earle Jr, Justin Chaddock, Tim Schram, Brett Ritter Sr, Brodie Hill, Adam Petersen, Al Brewer, Kory Lanni, Dalton Bradley.
STREET STOCK-JOE CHAMBERLIN, Tom Kemp, Michael Oakes, Dennis Cummings, Randy Taylor, Justin Neff, Rob Miszczal, Bill Taylor, Jim Weathelley, Ted Mascho, Aaron Miller, Kane Stebbins.
PRIME TIME ENERGY SERVICES MINI STOCK-ANDY SCHUMAKER, Holden Heineman, Andrew Kramer, Jacob Tubbs, DJ Williams, Rick Heeman, Joe Bieber, Curt Rung, Trevor Putt, Grayson Harding, Chris Leone (DNS).
BANDITS-RIDGE COBB, Cody Atwater, Seth Johnson, Bryson Hill, Cole Harding (DNS).


ARCADE, NY…..A beautiful, warm night greeted fans and racers at Freedom Motorsports Park as Clayson Construction hosted the first competitive racing event at the track since the end of the 2019 season.

The 25-lap Super Late Model feature saw MIke Wonderling grab the early lead with Wyatt Scott moving into second a couple of laps in. Jason Harmon’s spin on lap 11 bunched the field for a restart. Greg Oakes took second from Scott on the restart, but on lap 20, Scott retook that spot and chased after Wonderling. Oakes wound up having a flat right rear with two to go, which set up a final restart. Scott challenged hard, but Wonderling held on for the win with Scott just a car length back in second. Andy Boozel, Greg Oakes, and Kyle Bedell rounded out the top five.
Ray Bliss Jr took thelead at the beginning of the 20-lap DIRTcar Sprotsman feature event and battled for a few laps with Sam Hoxie until Hoxie slid underneath and took the lead. Hoxie extended his lead to a full straightaway advantage at the finish, with Bliss holding off DeWitt for second. Mike Eastman was fourth.

The 20-lap Pro Mod feature began with Steve Dixon grabbing the lead, with Al Brewer and Adam Ashcroft fighting for second. A lap 6 spin by Brian Mohawk gathered the field for a restart, which saw Dixon lose the lead to Ashcroft, but Dixon returned the favor on the next restart. Dixon and Ashcroft continued their lead battle all the way to the finish, with Dixon getting the victory by a car length. Duane Powers, Al Brewer, and Justin Chaddock rounded out the top five.

In the 20-lap Street Stock feature, Joe Chamberlin led until Bill Taylor was abe to move past him on lap 8. Tom Kemp also moved past Chamberlin and spent the middle stages of the race trying to run down the leader, finally catching him in traffic on lap 16. On the next lap, Kemp was able to use a lapped car to take the lead, but the yellow flew after Taylor’s contact with that car and he stopped on track under yellow and he had to be pushed to the pits. Kemp held off Chamberlin on the final restart to claim his first ever Street Stock win at Freedom, followed by Chamberlin, Damian Long, Randy Taylor, and Aaron Miller.

The 15-lap Mini Stock race was a three way battle between early leader Andy Schumaker, Brad Whiteside, and Ryan Allen. Allen took the lead on lap 5 while Whiteside and Schumaker battled for second. At the line, Allen crossed a car length in front of Whiteside who was half a car length ahead of Schumaker. However, Allen’s car failed a post race inspection and the win was awarded to Whiteside over Schumaker, with Andrew Kreamer and Trevor Putt rounding out the top five.

In the 12-lap Bandit feature, Cody Atwater led the entire distance to take the win over Bryson Hill.

Freedom Motorsports Park returns to action Friday, June 11th on Bellinger Electric Night with the Super Late Models, DIRTcar Sportsman, Pro/Econo Mods, Street Stocks, Mini Stocks, and Bandits. Racing begins at 7:30 p.m. For more information, visit .
SUPER LATE MODELS-MIKE WONDERLING, Wyatt Scott, Andy Boozel, Greg Oakes, Kyle Bedell, Mike Smith, Jason Harmon, Cody Egner (DNS).

DIRTcar SPORTSMAN-SAM HOXIE, Ray Bliss Jr, Bryon DeWitt, Mike Eastman, (car 3).

PRO/ECONO MOD-STEVE DIXON, Adam Ashcroft, Duane Powers, Al Brewer, Justin Chaddock, Victor Earle Jr, John Woodward Jr, Brian Mohawk, Brodie Hill, Dalton Bradley, (car49k), Tim Schram, Brett Ritter Sr.
STREET STOCKS-TOM KEMP, Joe Chamberlin, Damian Long, Randy Taylor, Aaron Miller, Dennis Cummings, Ted Mascho, Bill Taylor, Jim Weatherley, Rob Miszczal, Sherman Gage, Michael Oakes, Justin Neff (DNS).
MINI STOCKS-BRAD WHITESIDE, Andy Schumaker, Andrew Kreamer, Trevor Putt, Holden Hineman, Dylan Strade, Joe Bieber, Ryan Allen (DQ).