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O’Brien Wins on Blazing Fast Night at Deming Speedway
Deming Speedway fans were treated to a fast and fun night of racing at the 1/6 mile clay oval on Les Schwab / Sun Drop night at the track. With the four weekly classes in action, the final flag on the night’s racing flew at 903pm as Dustin O’Brien crossed under the checkered flag for the win in the Speedmart Hoosier 600 division. Joining O’Brien in victory lane on the evening were Jared Gundersen, Isaac Abenroth and Haley Constance.
Dustin O’Brien ran a flawless race in grabbing the victory in the Speedmart Hoosier 600 Open class. O’Brien led every lap and was perfect amongst heavy traffic all race long, maneuvering his car from the fast but treacherous top to the bottom when necessary in taking the win. Liam Ryan was second. Chase Schmidt ran third. Austin Sheridan was the quick qualifier. Ryan, Spud Allen and Kyle Mitchell won the heats.
Reigning Shots 2 Go Espresso 1200 champion Jared Gundersen put together a fantastic night of racing in capturing the win. Gundersen led all 25 laps of the main, seeming to make the right decision every time in traffic in grabbing the victory. Tyson Cross shadowed Gundersen for most of the main but never had a great opportunity to pass and settled for second. Liam Ryan was third. Jared Peterson set quick time and heat race winners were Brock Lemley and Jake Helsel.
One of the best side by side battles of the season culminated with Isaac Abenroth grabbing his second main event win of the year. Dylan Resch set out to an early lead but never built much of an advantage in clean air, as Abenroth used the high groove and a great restart on lap two to quickly ascend to the second position. For about seven laps, Abenroth and Resch went wheel to wheel with Isaac committed to the high groove and Resch rolling the bottom. Dylan held point until lap nine when Abenroth grabbed the lead as the pair approached traffic. Resch would dog Abenroth amongst lapped cars until lap 20 when a caution for Eli Schmidt bunched up the field for a restart. With clean air ahead of him, Abenroth streaked away for the win, followed by Resch and Spencer Constance. Schmidt was quick time. JJ Thomas, Darius Walker-Perkins and Katie Turner won the heats.
Haley Constance returned to victory lane in the Kasey Kahne Junior Sprints after missing a number of weeks with an arm injury. Constance was attempting to chase down Tyler McLeod who had a nice size advantage amidst heavy traffic. The race looked to be McLeod’s but an incident amongst slower cars forced McLeod to stop on the track on lap 10 and ended his race. Constance inherited the lead and held off a racey Parker Hadlock and Levi Klatt to grab the win. McLeod, Peyton Rambow and Chase Stuart won the heats. Constance was your fast qualifier.
Thrilling Finishes at Deming Speedway on Autism Speaks Night
The big crowd at Deming Speedway was treated to a pair of thrilling finishes on Autism Speaks night presented by Doyle Guffie’s Rallye Auto Sales. On a night where the track raised massive funds for Autism Speaks, Chance Crum in the Speedmart Hoosier 600 Open division and Dwayne Mackey in the Shots 2 Go Espresso provided the crowd with memorable moments on the way to their race wins. Joining them in victory lane on the night were Jesse Schlotfeldt in the Mytrafficman.NET 600 Restricted and Tyler McLeod in the Kasey Kahne Junior Sprints. read more
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