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Malta, NY – A few days after Brett Hearn presented his Big Show 8 program at the Albany-Saratoga Speedway he returned to the driver role at the track and picked up the 35 lap Upstate GMC Dealers DIRTcar Modified feature … Continue reading
Malta, NY – The Albany-Saratoga roared to life Wednesday with the annual Big Show promoted by DIRTcar Modified star Brett Hearn. While the Super DIRTcar Series for the Big Block Modifieds was the headliner, the Sportsman division also took part … Continue reading
Malta, NY – It is rare that Stewart Friesen tops the headlines with a “first” but that is what the Spraker’s resident did Friday night at the Albany-Saratoga Speedway. Friesen won the 35 lap Upstate GMC Dealers DIRTcar Modified feature … Continue reading
Malta, NY – The Albany-Saratoga Speedway roared back to action Friday night, and when all was said and done a popular driver sat in victory lane. Matt Delorenzo picked up the win in the Upstate GMC Dealers DIRTcar Modified feature … Continue reading
Malta, NY – Prior to the season if you would have asked anyone familiar with the racing at the Albany-Saratoga Speedway that Brett Hearn not only would not have won a heat race heading into Friday night’s racing program but … Continue reading
Malta, NY – NYSSCA Night – A king was crowned Friday night at the Albany-Saratoga Speedway and another already crowned king returned to victory lane for the first time this season. The 13-time track champion Kenny Tremont, Jr. picked up … Continue reading
Malta, NY – Presented by A-VERDI Storage Containers Modified Results (35 Laps) – 1) Marc Johnson, 2) Brett Hearn, 3) Elmo Reckner, 4) Jimmy Cottrell, 5) Ken Tremont Jr, 6) Ronnie Johnson, 7) Don Ronca, 8) Matt Delorenzo, 9) Demetrios … Continue reading
Malta, NY – After back-to-back weeks of Mother Nature visiting victory lane, the Albany-Saratoga Speedway returned to action Friday night with exciting races and a pair of very popular brothers visiting victory lane. The brothers Johnson – Marc and Chris, … Continue reading
Malta, NY – It was a very emotional off season for popular Upstate GMC Dealers DIRTcar Modified pilot Marc Johnson. The veteran Albany-Saratoga Speedway campaigner lost his father in February with whom he was very close. Johnson put the Johnson Racing number 3J in victory lane Friday night with a Small Block engine that his father built.
Other feature winners during the evening were Derrick McGrew (Sportsman), Brandon Emigh (DIRTcar Pro Stock), Brandon Pitcher (Limited Sportsman), Josh Coonradt (Street Stock) and Merton LaBounty and Steve Ryan (Greg’s Towing and Repair Four Cylinders).
Ronnie Johnson and Kris Vernold led the Upstate GMC Dealers DIRTcar Modified field to the green with Johnson taking an early commanding lead over Bobby Hackel, IV, Vernold, Stewart Friesen and Mark Kislowski. On lap six Friesen moved past Hackel and Vernold to take second as Ray Hoard moved to fourth. Johnson held more than a straightaway lead over Friesen, Hoard, Vernold and Kislowski.
Hector Stratton brought the caution out on lap nine when he slowed on the back stretch. On the restart Johnson held the lead over Friesen and Hoard. Jimmy Cottrell slowed in turn two on lap 11 bringing out the second caution flag. When racing resumed Johnson and Kislowski ran one-two with Kislowski third, Hoard fourth and Vernold fifth. On lap 13 Friesen drifted high in turn three and dropped back to fifth.
The yellow flag waved again on lap 16 when John Lutes, Jr. spun in turn four. Hoard went to the pit area while under yellow. At this point drivers on the move were Marc Johnson who started 18th and was up to third and Kenny Tremont, Jr. who was scheduled to start 34th and was ninth.
On the restart Johnson held the lead with Marc Johnson taking over second, Friesen third, Bodie Bellinger fourth and Kislowski fifth. Tremont moved past Kislowski for fifth on lap 20. Vernold slowed in turn two on lap 21 to bring out the fourth caution period.
When racing resumed Ronnie Johnson led Marc Johnson, Friesen, Tremont and Bellinger. Brett Hearn took fifth from Bellinger on lap 23. By lap 28 Marc was all over Ronnie as they entered slower traffic. The duo were side by side on lap 29 with Marc taking the lead. Friesen would follow to second a lap later. The leaders raced through heavy traffic over the last five laps with Marc Johnson bringing home the win over Friesen, Tremont, Hearn and Ronnie Johnson. Heat races for the 37 car Upstate GMC Dealers DIRTcar Modified field were won by Ronnie Johnson, Friesen and Kislowski.
“It was unbelievable,” Johnson said after coming from 18th for the win. “The crew has been awesome. This one is for my father. I have to thank everyone who is part of the team. We have fought through adversity and we are on top.”
Downtown Jackie Brown and defending track champion Derrick McGrew led the Featherfoot Warrior Series Sportsman field to the green with Brown taking the early lead over McGrew, Robert Bublak, Jr., Hunter Bates and Adam Gage. Nick Lussier took fifth from Gage on lap two as the top five opened some daylight on the field.
McGrew followed Brown until lap eight when he turned up the pressure on the veteran campaigner. By lap ten Bublak closed in on the lead battle as the leaders closed in on slower traffic. The first caution waved on lap 12 when Lussier came to a stop on the front stretch with front end damage.
On the restart the top four remain the same with Rocky Warner moving to fifth. Chris Johnson and Greg Pessolano tangled in turn four, bringing out the caution flag on lap 13. While under the caution Bates headed pit side. When racing resumed Brown and McGrew ran one-two with Warner taking third. McGrew moved past Brown on lap 15 to take the lead. Warner followed to second a lap later.
With five laps to go McGrew and Warner had checked out on the field. McGrew owned a ten car length advantage over Warner, an advantage that despite a last lap run Warner could not overcome. McGrew picked up the Featherfoot Series win over Warner, Jeremy Pitts, Brown and Bublak. Brown was disqualified following the event which moved Tim Hartman, Jr. into the top five. A total of 35 Sportsman were on hand with heat race’s being won by Bates, Brown, McGrew and Bublak. The consolation event was won by David Constantino.
“We were down in South Carolina for a kart race for my son,” McGrew said. We got rained out and drove straight through to get here and win.”
Amsterdam’s Chuck Dumblewski was the first to lead the 25 lap DIRTcar Pro Stock feature event with Jeff Washburn and Norm Loubier battling for second. Dan Older, Sr. and Brandon Emigh rounded out the top five. Washburn held second by lap four and set his sights on Dumblewski. Washburn took the lead on the low side on lap five with Loubier and Dumblewski battling for second and Emigh and Older battling for fourth.
As the race reached lap ten Washburn had pulled away from what was an entertaining battle for positions two through 14. Emigh broke away for second with Loubier third, Dave Depaulo fourth and Kim Duell fifth. Emigh closed in on Washburn amidst slower traffic while Depaulo moved to third.
With ten laps to go Emigh was all over Washburn for the lead. Zack Welch spun his machine on lap 17 to bring out the first caution of the event. On the restart Emigh took the lead over Washburn, Depaulo, Robbie Speed and Nick Stone. Josh Rozelle spun in turn two on lap 20 to bring out the second caution period.
When racing resumed Emigh held the lead with Speed taking over second, Washburn third, Stone fourth and Duell fifth. Stone took third on lap 23 as Depaulo challenged Duell. In the end no one could catch Emigh who brought home the win over Stone, Speed, Washburn and Duell. Heat races for the 21 DIRTcar Pro Stocks were won by Washburn, Emigh and Older.
“I just took my time and waited for him to make a mistake,” Emigh said. “I made my move in turn one and here I am.”
Jacob Volpi and Nick Fretto led the Limited Sportsman field to the green with Volpi spinning on the opening lap. On the restart Brandon Pitcher held the lead over Jack Lehner and Fretto. James Meehan spun in turn two on lap four to bring out the caution flag. When racing resumed Rob Lanfear spun in turn two.
When action resumed Lehner held the lead over Pitcher and Gary Derocher. Pitcher took the lead on lap nine with Lehner following in second and Derocher third. In the end Pitcher held on for the win over Zack Daurio, Lehner, Mike Block and Volpi. With 21 Limited Sportsman in the pit area heat races were won by Lehner and Volpi.
Yule Cook led the 18 car Street Stock field to the green. Cook led the opening lap before giving way to the Monroe Towing machine of Paul Braymer. Braymer held a large lead until Jake Currier wrecked on the front stretch. On the restart Braymer held the lead before the caution waved for a jingle on the backstretch on lap eight. On the restart Braymer led until Jeff Meltz, Sr. who spun in turn four. Braymer slowed on the restart giving the lead to Josh Coonradt. Coonradt would pull away for the win over Hunter Sanchez, Nathan Dahoda, Chase Aussicker and David Shippee.
With 25 cars signed in the pit area, track officials split the 15 lap Greg’s Towing and Repair Four Cylinder feature into two, 12 lap features. In the first event Merton LaBounty took the win over Tim Meltz and Mike Parodi. In the second event Steve Ryan took the win over Ben Grant and Josh Wood.
The Albany-Saratoga Speedway returns to action Friday night May 6th with all weekly divisions in action. The Greg’s Towing and Repair Four Cylinder division will also be on the card for the Mother’s Day Special. For more information on the Albany-Saratoga Speedway log onto the track website at www.albany-saratogaspeedway.com or visit us on Facebook.
Modified Results (35 Laps) – 1) Marc Johnson, 2) Stewart Friesen, 3) Ken Tremont Jr, 4) Brett Hearn, 5) Ronnie Johnson, 6) Mark Kislowski, 7) Bodie Bellinger, 8) J.R. Heffner, 9) Keith Flach, 10) L.J. Lombardo, 11) Matt Delorenzo, 12) Elmo Reckner, 13) Demetrios Drellos, 14) Rob Pitcher, 15) Neil Stratton, 16) Don Ronca, 17) Jeremy Wilder, 18) Jessey Mueller, 19) Brian Gleason, 20) John Lutes Jr, 21) Alex Bell, 22) Bobby Hackel IV, 23) Jeff Rockefeller, 24) Brian Whittemore, 25) Hector Stratton, 26) C.G. Morey, 27) Ricky Davis, 28) Ryan Darcy, 29) Justin Barber, 30) Jimmy Cottrell, 31) Kris Vernold, 32) Matt Depew, 33) Ray Hoard, 34) Cass Bennett, DNS) Jesse Edwards, DNS) Rich Ronca, DNS) Craig Seeley
Sportsman Featherfoot Series Results (25 Laps) – 1) Derrick McGrew, 2) Rocky Warner, 3) Jeremy Pitts, 4) Robert Bublak, 5) Tim Hartman Jr, 6) Jack Speshock, 7) Chad Edwards, 8) Andrew Buff, 9) Josh Sunn, 10) Dave Constantino, 11) Adam Gage, 12) JaMike Sowle, 13) Daryl Nutting, 14) Connor Cleveland, 15) Richard Smith, 16) Cody Bleau, 17) Scott Duell, 18) Mike Coffey, 19) Nick Anatriello, 20) Ken Conroy, 21) Mike Ostrander, 22) Jon Miller, 23) Joey Scarborough, 24) Chris Johnson, 25) Greg Pessalano, 26) Justin Smith, 27) David Schilling, 28) Hunter Bates, 29) Nick Lussier, DQ) Jackie Brown, DNS) Floyd Billington, DNS) Pat Jones, DNS) John Proctor, DNS) Christopher Ronca, DNS) Jack Swinton
Pro Stock Results (25 Laps) – 1) Brandon Emigh, 2) Nick Stone, 3) Robbie Speed, 4) Jeff Washburn, 5) Kim Duell, 6) Dave Depaulo, 7) Walt Brownell, 8) Dean Charbonneau, 9) Norm Loubier, 10) Bill Smith, 11) Dan Older, 12) Gus Hollner, 13) Chuck Dumblewski, 14) Danny Wood, 15) Dan Madigan, 16) Nick Arnold, 17) Zach Welch, 18) Pete Porter, 19) Kevin Loomis, 20) Josh Rozelle
Limited Sportsman Results (15 Laps) – 1) Brandon Pitcher, 2) Zach Daurio, 3) Jack Lehner, 4) Mike Block, 5) Jacob Volpi, 6) Randy Miller, 7) Rob Lanfear, 8) Nick Fretto, 9) Derek Bornt, 10) Travis Billington, 11) James Meehan, 12) George Dorvee, 13) Steve Burch, 14) Diana Huyck, 15) Shannon Donnelly, 16) Stephen Kneer, 17) Gary Derocher, 18) Anthony Alger, 19) Bob Schmidt, DQ) Scott Bennett Jr, DNS) Bryan Jones
Street Stock Results (20 Laps) – 1) Josh Coonradt, 2) Hunter Sanchez, 3) Nathan Dahoda, 4) Chase Aussicker, 5) David Shippee, 6) Jason Meltz, 7) Jeff Davis, 8) Damon Anderson, 9) Scott Lawrence, 10) David Pelis, 11) John Hayes, 12) Jeff Meltz Sr, 13) Mark Burch, 14) Paul Braymer, 15) Jordan Casper, 16) Yule Cook, 17) David Cook, 18) Jake Currier
4 Cylinder Single Cam Results (12 Laps) – 1) Merton LaBounty, 2) Tim Meltz, 3) Mike Parodi, 4) Will Ryan, 5) Tyler Burch, 6) Patton McSpirit, 7) Nick McClendon, 8) Keith Tesiero Sr, 9) Shane Maynard, 10) Ashley Celebucki, 11) James Baker, 12) Mark Lindblade
4 Cylinder Dual Cam Results (12 Laps) – 1) Steve Ryan, 2) Ben Grant, 3) Josh Wood, 4) Ken Stager, 5) Keith Tesiero Jr, 6) Jim Cutler, 7) Jeff Piscitelli, 8) Robert Garney, 9) T.J. Marlitt, 10) Jason Lang, 11) Patrick Meehan, 12) P.J. Bleau, 13) Ammo Wright
Malta, NY – At the 2015 awards banquet, Australian sensation Peter Britten told the large crowd news he did not want to have to share. The news was he would not be a regular at the Albany-Saratoga Speedway in 2016. He did say that he would be back whenever he could.On Friday night, he certainly was back at the Great Race Place as he picked up the season opening, $3,000 to win Upstate GMC Dealers DIRTcar Modified feature event win. The win was his first as an invader to the speedway.Other feature winners during the evening were Jeremy Pitts (Sportsman), Robbie Speed (DIRTcar Pro Stock), Jack Lehner (Limited Sportsman), Hunter Sanchez (Street Stock) and Steve Ryan (Greg’s Towing and Repair Four Cylinders).The winner on opening night in 1993, Don Ronca and Stewart Friesen led the Upstate GMC Dealers DIRTcar Modified field to the green with Ronca taking the early lead over Friesen, Matt Delorenzo, Peter Britten and Kenny Tremont, Jr. Britten would take third from Delorenzo on lap one as Friesen challenged Ronca for the lead. Friesen would take the lead soon after with Britten in second, Ronca third, Delorenzo fourth and Brett Hearn fifth. Tremont fell to sixth.The caution flag waved on lap seven when Brian Whittemore spun in turn four. On the restart rookie Ricky Davis spun and collected Neil Stratton and Kris Vernold. When racing resumed Friesen quickly opened up a ten car length lead over Britten, Ronca, Delorenzo and Hearn. By lap ten Ronca and Delorenzo battled for position number three as Tremont moved past Hearn for fifth. On lap 13 Keith Flach took sixth from Hearn.
Delorenzo moved past Ronca for third on lap 15, forcing Ronca to fourth. Tremont took fourth from Ronca on lap 18 with Marc Johnson following past. On lap 20 Friesen hopped over the cushion in turn four which allowed Britten to take over the lead. The caution waved on lap 21 when Kris Vernold came to a stop.
On the restart Britten held the lead with Tremont moving to second and Delorenzo third. Friesen slid through the pack and on lap 23 came to a stop in turn four. Friesen took the Halmar International machine behind the wall.
When racing resumed Britten held the lead over Tremont, Johnson, Delorenzo and Keith Flach. Whittemore would bring out the caution flag on lap 28 when he made contact with the outside wall exiting turn four. The restart would see the top five remain the same except for Delorenzo who took the BBL Companies mount to the top side. He quickly moved past Johnson for third and set his sight on Tremont in second. He took over second on lap 34 but that is where his charge would end.
Britten would pick up the win over Delorenzo, defending track champion Tremont, Johnson and Flach. Heat races for the 34 DIRTcar Modifieds were won by Ronca, Friesen and Delorenzo.
“I have to thank Al Heinke and everyone involved with the team,” Britten said. “This is a great deal. I want to thank all of the fans, I really appreciate it.”
A pair of young guns – Connor Cleveland and Chad Edwards led the 25 lap Sportsman feature event to the green. A caution before a lap could be completed would force an early restart. On the restart Cleveland took the lead over Edwards and Derrick McGrew. Adam Gage would bring out the caution flag on lap three, forcing a restart.
After a spin on the restart, racing resumed Cleveland held the lead with Edwards, Tim Hartman, Jr., Cody Bleau and David Schilling following. Schilling took over fourth on lap seven with Jeremy Pitts following to fifth. By the halfway point Pitts took over fourth from Schilling.
Edwards took the lead from Cleveland on lap 14 in heavy traffic. Hartman moved into second on lap 17 with Pitts following to third. Mike Ostrander spun on lap 19 forcing a restart. Edwards and Hartman would bring the field back to the green with Edwards now battling Pitts for the lead after a lap. The caution flag waved on lap 20 for a jingle in turn one.
On the restart Pitts held the lead over Edwards and Hartman. Dave Constantino spun in turn two on lap 21, forcing a caution. On the restart Pitts pulled away and would not be caught, picking up the win over Edwards, Hartman, Schilling and Cleveland. A total of 33 Sportsman entered the event with heat races being won by Cleveland, Edwards and McGrew.
“The track is perfect tonight,” Pitts said. “I like it. I have to thank all of my sponsors.”
Dean Charbonneau and Dan Madigan led the field to the first green flag of the season with Madigan slowing causing a jumbling of the field. During the incident Brandon Emigh and Danny Wood went off the back stretch. On the restart Charbonneau took command with Jeff Washburn and Walt Brownell following.
As the leaders clicked off lap five they held nearly a straightaway advantage over the rest of the field. Rookie driver Josh Rozell spun in turn two on lap five, nearly collecting the rapidly closing leaders. After a spin a lap following the restart racing resumed with Charbonneau the leader over a three way battle behind him between Brownell, Robbie Speed and Washburn.
A right rear flat tire on the Lussier’s Auto Body machine of Norm Loubier on lap ten would regroup the field. Charbonneau led on the restart with Speed taking second. Speed moved past Charbonneau for the lead on lap 12. Brownell followed to second. The yellow flag waved on lap 13 for debris off the Nick Arnold machine. Following a spin on the restart, Speed continued to pace the field.
In the end no one could catch the man with Speed in his name. Speed picked up the win over Nick Stone, Brownell, Charbonneau and Madigan. Heat races for the 22 DIRTcar Pro Stocks went to Charbonneau, Madigan and Emigh.
“The guys gave me a super hot rod,” Speed said. “Lyle (DeVore) did a great job on the track tonight. We have dedicated ourselves to Albany-Saratoga, it is going to be our home track.”
Jack Lehner and Rob Lanfear, Jr. brought the Limited Sportsman field to the green with Lehner taking the early lead. On lap 13 Lehner closed in on slower traffic with Brandon Pitcher running a distant second. Pitcher took advantage of the slower traffic to close in on Lehner. John Stowell spun in turn two on lap 17 with Pitcher being involved after the spin. Lehner held the lead on the restart and would pull away for the win over Justin Severance, Zach Daurio, Randy Miller and Lanfear. With 19 Limited Sportsman pit side heat races were claimed by Lehner and Lanfear.
Jason Meltz and Scott Lawrence led the field of Street Stocks to the green with Meltz taking the early lead. Meltz held on to the top spot until giving way to Hunter Sanchez on lap six. From there Sanchez pulled away for the win. Meltz finished second with Josh Coonradt third, David Shippee fourth and Darrell Older fifth. A total of 16 Street Stocks entered the event.
Steve Ryan won the Greg’s Towing and Repair Four Cylinder feature event. Ryan took the lead early and was never challenged. Ben Grant finished second with Mike Parodi third.
The Albany-Saratoga Speedway returns to action Friday night April 29th with all weekly divisions in action. The Greg’s Towing and Repair Four Cylinder division will also be on the card along with the first event of the Featherfoot Warrior Series for Sportsman. For more information on the Albany-Saratoga Speedway log onto the track website at www.albany-saratogaspeedway.com or visit us on Facebook.
51st Season Opener Modified Results (35 Laps) – 1) Peter Britten, 2) Matt Delorenzo, 3) Ken Tremont Jr, 4) Marc Johnson, 5) Keith Flach, 6) Brett Hearn, 7) Elmo Reckner, 8) Jessey Mueller, 9) Don Ronca, 10) Brian Gleason, 11) L.J. Lombardo, 12) Shaun Pangman, 13) J.R. Heffner, 14) Rich Ronca, 15) Bodie Bellinger, 16) Matt Depew, 17) Hector Stratton, 18) Neil Stratton, 19) Jimmy Cottrell, 20) Rob Pitcher, 21) Demetrios Drellos, 22) Ricky Davis, 23) Brian Whittemore, 24) Mark Kislowski, 25) Stewart Friesen, 26) Ray Hoard, 27) Bobby Hackel IV, 28) Kris Vernold, 29) Jim Nagle, 30) Todd Morey, 31) Justin Barber, DNS) Cass Bennett, DNS) Ryan Darcy, DNS) Ronnie Johnson
Sportsman Results (25 Laps) – 1) Jeremy Pitts, 2) Chad Edwards, 3) Tim Hartman Jr, 4) David Schilling, 5) Connor Cleveland, 6) Jason Gray, 7) Cody Bleau, 8) Rocky Warner, 9) Joey Scarborough, 10) Jon Miller, 11) Jamike Sowle, 12) Daryl Nutting, 13) Ken Conroy, 14) Jack Speshock, 15) Scott Duell,16) Chris Johnson, 17) John Proctor, 18) Floyd Billington, 19) Christopher Ronca, 20) Dave Constantino, 21) Jim Introne, 22) Nick Anatriello, 23) Andrew Buff, 24) Mike Coffey, 25) Mike Ostrander, 26) Justin Smith, 27) Nick Lussier, 28) Adam Gage, 29) Hunter Bates, 30) Jackie Brown, 31) Derrick McGrew, 32) Robert Bublak, DNS) Pat Jones
Limited Sportsman Results (15 Laps) – 1) Jack Lehner, 2) Justin Severance, 3) Zach Daurio, 4) Randy Miller, 5) Rob Lanfear, 6) Jacob Volpi, 7) Nick Fretto, 8) Gary Derocher, 9) Mike Block, 10) James Meehan, 11) Scott Bennett Jr, 12) Brandon Pitcher, 13) Derek Bornt, 14) Travis Billington, 15) Anthony Alger, 16) Stephen Kneer, 17) John Stowell, 18) Bob Schmidt, DNS) Diana Huyck
Pro Stock Results (25 Laps) – 1) Robbie Speed, 2) Nick Stone, 3) Walt Brownell, 4) Dean Charbonneau, 5) Dan Madigan, 6) Kim Duell, 7) Byron Wescott, 8) Gus Hollner, 9) Bill Smith, 10) Nick Arnold, 11) Dave Depaulo, 12) Pete Porter, 13) Josh Rozelle, 14) Zach Welch, 15) Brandon Emigh, 16) Kevin Loomis, 17) Jeff Washburn, 18) Ed Thompson, 19) Dan Older, 20) Norm Loubier, 21) Chuck Dumblewski
Street Stock Results (20 Laps) – 1) Hunter Sanchez, 2) Jason Meltz, 3) Josh Coonradt, 4) David Shippee, 5) Darrell Older, 6) Nathan Dahoda, 7) Damon Anderson, 8) Mark Burch, 9) Jeff Meltz Sr, 10) Scott Lawrence, 11) Paul Braymer, 12) John Hayes, 13) Luke MacIsaac, 14) Jake Currier, 15) David Pelis, 16) Yule Cook
4 Cylinder Combined Results (15 Laps) – 1) Steve Ryan, 2) Ben Grant, 3) Mike Parodi, 4) Chris Andrew, 5) Jason Lang, 6) Tyler Burch, 7) Will Ryan, 8) Brett Horlacher, 9) Patrick Meehan, 10) Shawn Morrison, 11) Shane Maynard, 12) T.J. Marlitt, 13) Robert Garney, 14) Jeff Piscatelli, 15) Josh Wood, 16) Merton LaBounty
4 Cylinder Single Cam Results – 1) Mike Parodi, 2) Tyler Burch, 3) Will Ryan, 4) Brett Horlacher, 5) Shane Maynard, 6) Robert Garney, 7) T.J. Marlitt, 8) Merton LaBounty
4 Cylinder Dual Cam Results- 1) Steve Ryan, 2) Ben Grant, 3) Chris Andrew, 4) Jason Lang, 5) Patrick Meehan, 6) Shawn Morrison, 7) Jeff Piscatelli, 8) Josh Wood