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September 13th: Night of Champions

Grant wins race, Westerfeld secures Championship!

Shawn Westerfeld dominated the 25 lap Lawrenceburg Chevrolet Sprint Car feature. As he caught lapped traffic, Justin Grant was able to catch up and put pressure on Westerfeld. As Westerfeld came out of turn 4 with just 2 laps to go, A slower car spun sideways into Westerfeld causing Westerfeld to lose the lead to Grant but even worse put a scare in Westerfeld’s championship hopes. With only 2 laps remaining, and the damage appearing minimal on Westerfeld, He was able to hold on to second and secure the championship. He had entered the race tied with Joss Moffatt who started 7th and was never a factor for the win. Grant won for the 2nd time this year and puts him second all time in wins behind Brady Short at the 3/8 mile Lawrenceburg Speedway. Westerfeld finishes second followed by Jarret Andretti, Travis Hery and Joss Moffatt. Heat race winners were Grant, Andretti, Garrett Abrams and Tony Main. Shawn Westerfeld won his first track championship in a season where he finished with 7 top 5’s and 11 top 10’s in 11 starts. Joss Moffatt finished second in the standings by 30 points while Landon Simon finished 3rd in the standings 305 points back. Congratulations to the 2014 Lawrenceburg Chevrolet Sprint Car Track Champion, Shawn Westerfeld!



Schnornick Wins for 3rd time, Kincaid wins Championship!

Sunman, Indiana’s Kyle Schnornick won for the third time this year at Lawrenceburg after running down and passing the early race leader, Kyle Herbert. As Schnornick as done in previous races, once he gets out front, he is tough to beat and this night would not be different Schnornick pulle away en route to his third victory of the year and career at The Burg. The rest of the top 5 was Weasel Rhoades, Kyle Herbert, Adam Stricker and Shaun Brown. Both Stricker and Brown came from deep in the field to finish in the top 5. Heat race winners were Rhoades, David Spille, Kyle Herbert, Schnornick, and Troy Clark. Dave Baldwin and Shawn Brown won the 2 B Mains. As for the championship, Scotty Kincaid came into the race with enough points to not have to worry about being knocked out of the point lead. Kincaid won his second Budweiser UMP Modified Track Championship by 205 points over Weasel Rhoades, and 380 over Jim Fliehman. Congrats to the 2014 Budweiser UMP Modified Track Champion, Scotty Kincaid!


Beeler Wins the Battle, But Hensley Wins the War!

Scott Beeler entered the night 65 points behind Scott Hensley in the Impact Sports Track Championship. He had to have a perfect night and maybe even some luck on his side if he had hopes of winning the championship.   He did all he could, but in the end, came up short. He went out and won his heat race, and jumped to the lead early in the feature and won the feature. All Scott Hensley had to do was keep Beeler in his sites on the track and he could afford to finish a few positions behind him which he ended up 4th in the race. Behind Beeler at the finish was Houston Roark with a career best second, followed by Brian Litchfield, Scott Hensley and Danny Blackwell. Heat race winners were Beeler, David Mefford, and Hensley. Scott Hensley officially wins the championship by 35 points and has won his third straight title in a row at Lawrenceburg. In 9 starts he had 9 top 10s and 8 top 5’s. Corebin McRoberts ended up third in the points 315 points back. Scott Hensley is the 20tes14 Impact Sports Track Champion!


Waggoner Dominates, Dalton Roark wins Title!

Davey Waggoner’s first time in a Hornet at Lawrenceburg was a good one, He dominated the race and led all 12 laps to pick up his first career win at Lawrenceburg! Justin Dalton came home second, Followed by Dalton Roark, Drew Thiel, and John Grace. Heat race winners were Dalton, Gage Clark, and Davey Waggoner. Mark Allen won the B Main. Dalton Roark was crowned track champion of the Besslers U Pull N Save Hornets after a dominating season. In 10 starts, Dalton won 5 times, and finished in the top 5 all 10 times. A truly impressive season for the 17 year old first time track champion. He won the title by 440 points over Tim Schumacher with Gage Clark 545 points back in third. Congratulations to the 2014 Bessler’s U Pull N Save Hornet Track Champion, Dalton Roark!

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