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09/18/06


Delaware Bits & Parts September 17, 2006

GEORGETOWN

Rain ruined the night of racing this weekend. But next week will be the Melvin L. Joseph Memorial Annual Night, Sept, 22, 2006. It is NASCAR week in Dover, so there will be some appearances made by drivers.
Bobby Allison will be the Grand Marshall for the Sept. 22nd event. Junie Donlavey will also been on hand.
Full show scheduled, with Super Late Models, TSS Crate Modifieds, TSS Crate Late Models, and Little Lincoln plus open competition for Vintage cars.
Oct. 14th & 15th A big two day event is planned with Big block Modifieds, Super Late Models, Small Block Modifieds, TSS Crate Late Models & TSS Modified.

DELAWARE INTERNATIONAL
Good amount of cars or the relative same, except for the Late Models? Only 10 cars were there. I've never seen that few there?
Norman Short had the new car at DIS tonight. Mod heat 1 had Glen Reed & Jamie Mills not making it to the track, Mills did get to join in the feature, but Reed did not. Larry Crouse Donnie Radd, & Eddie Collins all only got 7-10 laps in before the were out. Lap 17 Matt Jester had troubles and out lap 17. Drew Simmons had a big ball of smoke blow out the rear on lap 20 and Glen Richards was out the next lap. All had some kind of mechanical troubles. Lap 17 Ricky Johnson and Chuck Tucker may have had contact, as they both left the tracks with flats.
The points battle is really close in a in the modified classes, on the start of tonight's events Mills, and Wilkins are a mere 1 point a part. I have not seen the updates for Sat. nights action with the season ending soon, will be interesting to see unfold. Wilkins had the fastest lap of the night 19.068 seconds and 94.399 MPH on lap 15.
Obits: Hattie "Ann" Gravenor passed away today at home, she was 90 yrs old. She had been a little ill with her diabetes and her body was just wore out I was told.
Prayers & Thoughts For Jeff Patilla, Ricky Johnson, and any of the Gravenors, Patilla & Johnson family. She was the grandmother of Jeff & Ricky. She had a son Mike Gravenor, that preceded her in death. She was a avid race fan and had been for many years.
Gary Simpson's first year in late model racing has been very good to him. Simpson won his second race last night and is leading in points for the Redbud69racing.com Rookie Award in Late Model sponsored by AutoWorld of Delmar, DE. David Hill did not start in the heat, but did do some hot laps before the feature, yet Hill only got around 5 laps in; not sure what the problem was.

Both Jack Mullins, Jr. and Grant Ireland had last week off from AC Delco TSS Mod feature, Mullins won and Ireland finished 7th. Must have helped both of them get back to racing. Ryan Walls only completed 5 laps before his night ended, as Richie Walls, Sr. struggled and headed to the pits too, not sure if contact was made or not.
Rookie Ross Robinson continues to dominant with his 9th win, it doesn't matter where he starts. Kelly Putz was really strong early and finished 3rd. Justin Breeding first night on the track in TSS Late Model and finished 9th. Steve Bunting returned to the track in the #20 that Brooks Fleetwood drives. Bunting lost his motor early in the year and has not been racing.
Erik McKinney had his brand new TSS Late Model car, looking sharp with #V75 glowing.
Curt Miles raced against his Father Kirk Miles, for the first time tonight. The son has been running on Friday nights at Middleford Speedway in Mod Lite Jr. class.
Ray Everham is suppose to be at Delmar this Saturday, Sept 23, 2006 with NASCAR at Dover. He was to appear in June with Erin Crocker but rained altered the night. So not sure who else will be coming. Everham wants to drive a modified that night. Also the URC Sprints will appear for the last time this year this weekend.

MIDDLEFORD
Plagued with rain ended the night before they even started.
Justin Breeding #27 Mod Lite Jr. current points leader went to DIS to try out his new TSS Late Model. Breeding plans to finish out at Middleford this year and making the switch for next season.

Bonnie Nibblett
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Georgetown Speedway Celebrates Melvin L. Joseph Memorial Night September 22
By Bonnie Nibblett

Georgetown, DE…..Georgetown Speedway may have opened a little late in the season with the grand opening near the end of May of 2006, plus the fact the track had also been closed for nine years or since 1997. The racing on the fasted half-mile oval track in Delaware ranks every bit as first rate since opening night. Last week, “Run What You Brung” night had the Super Late Models lapping in .15 seconds, now that’s fast.
I’m not saying everything has been perfect for everyone at times, but to get a track in the shape as promoter Lou Johnson and the restoration committee have done so, in such a short time, proves miracles can happen. To hear sounds of engines rumbling on that circle was given up by many race fans. You always hoped that some how, some way, the possibility of that dream, actually could happen was pretty aloof. But it did come true for us this year, so miracles can happen so lets enjoy it.
A tentative rush scheduled was made, clay added to the track, PA System up and running, vendors contacted, lining up workers, getting lights up, are just a FEW of things that had to be done to get this year running, let alone getting all the legalities straight just to open. No points were given to teams this year, nor AMB transponding system required. Yet, the track has been kicking some serious butt so far this year. What all can we expect for the 2007 year? I bet it will be exciting, just can’t wait.
Still there’s plenty of good racing left, before this season will end. Friday nights in the next coming weeks with fan specials, sponsors, appearances of drivers, give-a-ways, you don’t want to miss out. Every night since Georgetown opened this year has had the stands filled with fans that have supported this effort to get the track going. Sponsorship with the communities support has been successful.
Some headliner drivers such as Billy Pauch, Kenny Brightbill, Ryan Godown, Donny Radd, Wade Hendrickson, Gary Hager, and Jimmy Chester have ridden the oval in modifieds. Late models have seen Scott Haus, Anthony Rushing, Scott Cross, and Darryl Hills, and Rob Schirmer to try to go against the locals. With such drivers as Beau Wilkins, Norman Short, Jr., Tim Millman, Jamie Mills, and Glen Reed all running in mods. Richard Jarvis, Jr., Ricky Elliott, Ray Davis, Jr., Kenny Pettyjohn, Dale Lingo IV, and David Pettyjohn to name a few of late drivers. Look for invaders each week that go up against the Delaware drivers; really some fast, awesome racing.
Coming September, 22, 2006, will be the first Annual Melvin L. Joseph Memorial Race. Melvin Joseph founded the Georgetown Speedway in 1949. Racing was quite a bit different than today. Nonetheless, it would become a landmark, a place in Delaware that pulled racers from all over the east coast to play in the clay. Melvin contributed to the racing industry in so many ways for years. Melvin worked much with the operation of Dover International Speedway to the distinct of what it has become today, during his life, too.
To honor Joseph, the track plans to host the Super Late Models, both crate classes, Modified and Late Model, along with Delmar Vintage Racing Club. Melvin drove the famous number forty-nine. So the winnings will be as follows. The Super Lates will have a $4900 purse that night along with running a forty-nine lap feature, both TSS Mods & TSS Late Models crate motors being awarded $749 for the checkered and additional goodies along with the larger purses. Melvin L. Joseph changed the racing world forever.
The Delmar Vintage Club is holding an open competition to honor Joseph in attempt to “Keep The Old Alive”. Sportsmans and Modifieds will be running that night as well. Anyone with a Vintage car that might want to join the action can contact Sonny Ritter at 302-684-8089, or Jerry Carr at 302-846-9601 for more details.
This coming week, September 15, GT will have the Big Block Modifieds, with bonus money for the top 3 small blocks, along with the two crate divisions on hand to round the track. Admission prices for general admission did increase to $12 from $10 a couple of weeks ago, pit admission is still $25, 12 and under free. Gates open 5 PM, drivers meeting 6:30 PM, warm-ups 7 PM. Track hot line 302-856-7415; fax 302-856-7416.
On October 14th & 15th, a huge two day event with Big block Modifieds, Super Late Models, Small Block Modifieds, TSS Crate Late Models, TSS Crate Modifieds, and Little Lincoln Vintage Club for a “Blast From The Past.” More information will follow on purses and such. For all your Delaware race news updates and visit www.redbud69racing.com. Check Georgetown Speedways web at www.georgetownspeedway.com.

Bonnie Nibblett
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Delaware Bits & Parts September 10, 2006

GEORGETOWN
Had a "Run what you Brung" with both modifieds and late models racing together. Richard Jarvis, Jr. won and was very fast I was informed, along with Ricky Elliott, and Scott Haus being top fastest. There were 19 cars for the feature with $3000 pay day. Both crate classes ran, Joseph Watson won the mod, and Ricky Elliott won the late. Yes, I did say Ricky Elliott. He was driving the Billy Mellon # 56; heard though the car did suffer some damage.

Jack Mullins, Jr. was in the top five when he had trouble and flipped wrecking his car finishing 21st in the 24 car field. Andrew Mullins ran a crate TSS Late at GT & DIS this weekend, Andrew is a 250 & 270 cc micro racer from Middleford Speedway.

This week GT will have the big blocks mods on hand, September 22, will be Melvin Joseph Memorial Night, and the Vintage cars are scheduled to return.

I confirmed that the admission prices for Georgetown general admission did rise to $12. Track hot line 302-856-7415.

DELAWARE INTERNATIONAL
20 Modifieds were on hand. Drew Simmons pulled in the infield after just 2 laps. Glen Reed, and Tim Millman had mechanical problems with only 9 laps in for Reed, and Millman with just 14 laps.

Norman Short, Jr. drove the Coulburne’s back up car because his car was not ready. Short had problems with his new car at GT, and still had work to do to it.

The Late Model racing had a good field but 5 cars did not get to start for various problems. G.G. Messick had an electrical and not sure what was wrong. Kerry King was strong in the heats, but on the start of the feature, he slammed the right quarter panel front stretch just out of turn 4, and ending his night on lap 8.

Richard Jarvis had the fastest time with 18.729 seconds and 96.108 MPH in heat 1, in the feature he stilled turned a fast lap of 18.91 seconds and 95.188 MPH.

Ryan Walls had a new TSS Mod teaming up with support Mark & Ray Huffman Racing with plans to start driving a late. Walls has run a few small blocks races at Bridgeport in recent weeks for Huffman Racing. Jeff Brown was back in action in a TSS Mod at both tracks. Another driver Richard Paugh made his first visit Sat. in a TSS Mod; he use to drive Thunder cars.

Ross Robinson claimed his 7th TSS Late win, Steve White took his 8th win in Mod Lites. Pat McNeal won his first Little Lincoln feature for 2006.

DIS has added September 30, 2006 to the schedule with a rain date the following Sat. Oct 7. Track hot line 302-846-2968 or office 302-875-1911.

MIDDLEFORD
Rookie Tyler Reed won his 3rd win for the year in Jr. Mod Lite action.

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Results for Delaware International Speedway 9/9/06

Ricky Johnson "Slow But Sexy" Takes The 25 Lap Big Block Modified Win On Hertrich Pontiac Night
1-5 Results Were:
1. Ricky Johnson # 69 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.646 Seconds and
91.622 MPH on lap 11
2. H. J. Bunting # 91 Track Fast Lap: 19.622 Seconds and 91.734
3. Cliff Foskey # 28 MPH on lap 17 3rd Track Fast Lap: 19.812
4. Jamie Mills # 30 Seconds 90.584 MPH on lap 13
5. Beau Wilkins # 85
Remaining Field Follows:
Norman Short, Jr. 55S, Mark Byram 57, Glen Richards 98, Colby Steele 101, Matt Jester* 62, Joe Dekutoski 100J, Chuck Tucker 39W, Craig Ott T10, Deron Rust 396, Robert Dutton 888, Eddie Collins 16, Larry Crouse 99, Glen Reed 35, Tim Millman 410, Drew Simmons 48.

Heats: 1 ST: M. Jester 62 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.493 seconds and 92.341 MPH on lap 8, C. Foskey 28 3rd Track Fast Lap: 19.956 seconds and 90.198 MPH on lap 3, H. J. Bunting 91 Track Fast Lap: 19.468 seconds and 92.459 MPH on lap 5, N. Short 55S, J. Mills 30, C. Steele 101, G. Reed 35, D. Rust 396, D. Simmons 48, E. Collins 16.
2 ND: R. Dutton 888, B. Wilkins 85 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.656 seconds and 91.575 MPH on lap 7, T. Millman Track Fast Lap: 19.591 seconds and 91.879 MPH on lap 5, R. Johnson 69 3rd Track Fast Lap: 19.731 seconds and 91.227 MPH on lap 8, G. Richards 98, M. Byram 55, J. Dekutoski 100J, C. Ott T10, C. Tucker 39W, L. Crouse 99.

Rapid Richard Jarvis, Jr. Doubles Wins Two for Two By Running Georgetown, and Delaware International Speedways In Friday & Saturday Late Model Racing Action
1-5 Results Were:
1. Richard Jarvis, Jr. Track Fast Lap: 18.91 Seconds and 95.188
2. Ricky Elliott # 91 MPH on lap 14 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.055
3. Robert Massey # 6X Seconds and 94.463 MPH on lap 19
4. Donald Lingo, Jr. # 55L 3rd Track Fast Lap: 19.214 Seconds
5. Gary Simpson* # 12K and 93.682 MPH on lap 8
Remaining Field Follows:
Dale Lingo, IV 99L, Ray Davis, Jr. 84, David Hill 75, Mark Pettyjohn PJ1, Ed Drury 72, Dave Hertz 15, Bob Geiger 38, Mark Williams* 26, Mike Wilkins 1, Kerry King K&B, DNS: Ted Taylor 45, Bryan Whaley 19, G. G. Messick 10, Eric Blakely 23, Rob Ormsbee 119R.

Heats: 1 ST: R. Jarvis, Jr. 47 Track Fast Lap: 19.729 seconds and 96.108 MPH on lap 4, R. Elliott 91 2nd Track Fast Lap: 18.85 seconds and 95.491 seconds and 95.491 on a lap 2, D. Hill 75 3rd Track Fast Lap: 19.447 seconds and 92.559 MPH on lap 3, E. Drury 72, R. Davis, Jr. 84, B. Geiger 38, T. Taylor 20M, B. Whaley 19, G. G. Messick 10, E. Blakely 23.
2 ND: R. Massey 6X 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.395 seconds and 92.807 MPH on lap 4, G. Simpson 12K Track Fast Lap: 19.291 seconds and 93.308 MPH on lap 4, K. King K&B 3rd Track Fast Lap: 19.442 seconds and 92.583 MPH on lap 8, D. Lingo IV 99L, D. Lingo, Jr. 55L, M. Pettyjohn PJ1, D. Hertz 15, M. Wilkins 1, R. Ormsbee 119R.

Joe Tracy Is On A Roll With Back To Back Wins In The AC Delco TSS Modified Feature
Denotes (*) Rookie
1-5 Results Were:
1. Joe Tracey # 37J 2nd Track Fast Lap: 21.501 Seconds and
2. Richie Walls, Sr. # 26W 83.717 MPH on lap 14
3. Chris Hitchens # 1A 3rd Track Fast Lap: 21.916 Seconds and
4. Ryan Walls* # 14 82.132 MPH on lap 12 by
5. Tom Evans # 25 Track Fast Lap: Set Billy Preston, Jr. # 99C
21.424 Seconds and 84.018 on lap 14
Remaining Field Follows:
Chad Clark* 86, Brad Trice 33, Richard White, Jr. 27, Adam Jarrell 42, Rodney Cordrey 20, Justin Griffith 91, Sparky White 15, Herman Powell 92, Herbie Hemple* 53H, Billy Preston, Jr.* 99C, John Wynn* 79, Richard Paugh* 9R, Billy Carr 29, John Curtis 17, Jeff Brown 9, DNS: Tim Trimble 21.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Joe Tracy 21.094 seconds and 85.332 MPH on lap 4
Chris Hitchens 21.130 seconds and 85.187 MPH on lap 4
Richie Walls, Sr. 21.281 seconds and 84.582 MPH on lap 4
Richard White, Jr. 21.303 seconds and 84.495 MPH on lap 3
Ryan Walls 21.420 seconds and 84.034 MPH on lap 4

Rookie Ross Robinson Claims Seventh Win In The Fifteen TSS Late Model Crate Feature
Denotes (*) Rookie
1-5 Results Were:
1. Ross Robinson* # 7 Track Fast Lap: 21.866 Seconds and 82.32
MPH on lap 13
2. Joe Warren* # 11 3rd Track Fast Lap: 21.989 Seconds and
81.859 MPH on lap 14
3. Jon Callaway* # 95 2nd Track Fast Lap: 21.892 Seconds and
4. Mike Wilson # 12 82.222 MPH on lap 14
5. Travis Justice* # 23
Remaining Field Follows:
Andrew Mullins* 2M, Hal Browning 46, Austin Hubbard 11A, Gus Economides 30, Bobby Williamson 41, Eddie Williams 88, Kelly Putz 59, Dan Feidler* 37, DNS: Kevin Scott, Jr.* 12K.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Kelly Putz 22.067 seconds and 81.570 MPH on lap 3
Joe Warren 21.812 seconds and 82.253 MPH on lap 4
Ross Robinson 21.315 seconds and 84.448 MPH on lap 3
Hal Browning 21.750 seconds and 82.759 MPH on lap 3
Andrew Mullins 21.772 seconds and 82.675 MPH on lap 2

Steve A. White Wins Eighth Modified Lite Feature On Hertrich Pontiac Sponsor Night
Denotes (*) Rookie
1-5 Results Were:
1. Steve A. White # 76 Track Fast Lap: 22.562 Seconds and 79.78
2. Erik McKinney # V75 MPH on lap 7 3rd Track Fast Lap:
3. Tim White # 78 22.926 Seconds and 78.516 MPH on lap 11
4. Brandon Dennis # 10 2nd Track Fast Lap: 22.72 Seconds and
5. Kirk Miles # 21 78.513 MPH on lap 11
Remaining Field Follows:
Rick Wheatley 14, Keith Layton 3, Bucky McKnatt 48, Aaron Bada 10H, Jody Cahall 77, Randy Hill, Jr. 42, Mike Hovatter 2, Herb Tunis 85, Ron Jarrell 96, Richie Wilson* 15R
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Tim White 22.198 seconds and 81.088 MPH on lap 4
Steve White 22.274 seconds and 80.812 MPH on lap 3
Brandon Dennis 22.357 seconds and 80.512 MPH on lap 4
Randy Hill, Jr. 22.530 seconds and 79.065 MPH on lap 3
Aaron Bada 22.568 seconds and 79.759 MPH on lap 1

Pat McNeal Picks Up First Little Lincoln Feature Of 2006
Denotes (*) Rookie
1-5 Results Were:
1. Pat McNeal # 00
2. Mel Joseph, Jr. # 30
3. Bill Brittingham # 4
4. Jim Miller III # 57
5. Jamie Wagner # 3
Remaining Field Follows:
Donald Robinson, Jr. 64, Tony Daisey 7, Ron Wilson 15, Mark Cashdan 38, Kenny Foy 47, Matt Johnson* 69, Matt Tipton 7X, Wayne Wilkerson 43, Matt Esham 92, Duke Walsen 9.

Bonnie Nibblett
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GEORGETOWN SPEEDWAY RESULTS FOR SEPTEMBER 8, 2006
(*) Denotes Rookie

RUN WHAT YOU BRUNG
POS # DRIVER
1 47 Richard Jarvis Jr. LM
2 76 Scott Haus LM
3 91 Ricky Elliott LM
4 5 Don Hallowell MOD
5 30 Jamie Mills MOD
6 15R Donnie Radd MOD
7 83 Dale Hawkins MOD
8 118X Steve Barnes LM
9 396 Deron Rust MOD
10 80 David Pettyjohn LM
11 1R Judd Mills MOD
12 118 Rob Schirmer LM
13 38 Bob Geiger LM
14 41 Bobby Williamson LM
15 61 Jaime Eichholz LM
16 R1 Howard O'Neill MOD
17 8 Norman Short MOD DNS

TSS CRATE MODIFIEDS
POS # DRIVER
1 39 Joseph Watson*
2 30 Jordan Watson*
3 14W Ryan Walls*
4 1A Chris Hitchens
5 17 John Curtis
6 61 Mike Hough
7 86 Chad Clark*
8 57X Tom Curtis
9 91 Justin Griffith
10 79 John Wynn*
11 14K Ricky Eskridge
12 16 Ted Reynolds*
13 72 Harry Vreeland
14 1X Dan Reidy
15 21 Tim Trimble
17 66 Andy Hammond
18 18 Jeff Marker
19 8X Morris Tucker
20 8 Donnie Dutton, Jr.
21 1 Jack Mullins Jr.
22 31 Chris Lynch*
23 9 Jeff Brown DNS
24 29 Billy Carr DNS

POS # DRIVER
1 56 Ricky Elliott
2 7 Ross Robinson*
3 17 Dale Bounds
4 95 John Callaway*
5 11 Joe Warren*
6 59 Kelly Putz
7 37 Dan Feidler*
8 46 Hal Browning
9 11A Austin Hubbard
10 2M Andrew Mullins*
11 61 David Nail or
12 12 Mike Wilson
13 35 ?
14 12K Kevin Scott Jr.*
15 5 Skip Syester*
16 1 Josh Hudson
17 25 Kevin McKinney*
18 2 John Hudson
19 4 Bobby Watkins
20 23 Travis Justice*
21 63 John Imler

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Results for Delaware International Speedway August 26, 2006
Denotes (*) Rookie

Rookie Matt Jester Takes Home Second Win In Big Block Modified Action
1-5 Results Were:
1. Matt Jester* # 62 Track Fast Lap: 19.505 Seconds and 91.284 MPH
on lap 7
2. Beau Wilkins # 85 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.72 Seconds and 91.278 MPH
on lap 20
3. Tim Millman # 410 3rd Track Fast Lap: 19.762 Seconds 91.084 MPH
4. "Struttin" Robert Dutton # 888 on lap 9
5. Jamie Mills # 30
Remaining Field Follows:
Mark Byram 55, Glen Richards 98, John Keller 54X, Scott VanGorder 17, Colby Steele 101, Scott Ambruster 11, Craig Ott T10, Glen Reed 35, Chuck Tucker 39W, H. J. Bunting 91, Deron Rust 396, Eddie Collins 16, Joe Dekutoski 100J, Ricky Johnson 69, Norman Short 8M.

Heats: 1 ST: M. Jester* 62 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.641 seconds and 91.645 MPH on lap 3, T. Millman 410, N. Short Jr. 8M, J. Mills 30, G. Richards 98, C. Tucker 39W, J. Dekutoski 100J, J. Keller 54X, C. Ott T10, D. Rust 396 Track Fast Lap: 19.009 seconds and 94.692 MPH on lap 5.
2 ND: R. Dutton 888, B. Wilkins 85 2nd Track Fast Lap: 20.108 seconds and 89.517 MPH on lap 8, H. J. Bunting 91 Track Fast Lap: 19.81 seconds and 90.863 MPH on lap 4, R. Johnson 69, M. Byram 55, C. Steele 101, G. Reed 35, S. Ambruster 11, S. VanGorder 17, E. Collins 16.

Norman Short, Jr. took a wild ride on the start. As the cars came out of turn 4, (Short started in the 5th position) on to the straight away, has Short's car shoot across the track getting up in the air and hard roll over just short of the flag stand. Short bit the inside of his month, and complained of pain in his side. Short was not very happy after he rolled and got out of the car. I did not get to talk to Short to ask what happened, did he have a little help, or something broke, not sure? He was taken to the hospital to be checked out. At the time of this writing, I had not received any updates on how he is doing.
Still no laps in on the restart. This time before the lap was complete; Ricky Johnson got around in turn 3 and was on the hook. Short and Johnson may have had contact on the start? Neither was available for comment. Third restart worked this time. On lap 5 VanGorder got around in turn 4.
Point’s leader H. J. Bunting went in the pits during the caution on lap 5. Contact with Johnson earlier? Don't know. Only 20 cars and good racing. Couple invaders when quite a few tracks fell to Mother Nature. Scott VanGorder, John Keller, and Scott Ambruster. Keller was the driver that had a bad wreck during the 2005 champ show. Keller said the car he brought tonight was actually the same car.

David Hill Gets The Hertrich No. 75 Back In Victory Lane For First Time In 2006 Season
1-5 Results Were:
1. David Hill # 75 Track Fast Lap: 19.205 Seconds and 93.726 MPH on lap 7
2. Donald Lingo Jr. # 55L 3rd Track Fast Lap: 19.205 Seconds and
3. Gary Simpson* # 12K 93.042 MPH on lap 17
4. Kenny Pettyjohn # 38S 2nd Track Fast Lap: Set by Richard Jarvis Jr.
5. Ray Davis, Jr. # 84 19.352 Seconds and 93.014 MPH on lap 8
Remaining Field Follows:
Rick Whaley 4, Dave Hertz 15, Kerry King K&B, Robert Massey 6X, Bob Geiger 38, Mark Williams* 26, Anthony Rushing 11, Richard Jarvis, Jr. 47.

Heats: 1 ST: R. Jarvis 47 Track Fast Lap: 19.533 Seconds and 92.152 MPH on lap 5, R. Massey 6X, Gary Simpson* 12K 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.552 Seconds and 92.062 MPH on lap 5, K. Pettyjohn 38S, A. Rushing 11 3rd Track Fast Lap: 19.697 seconds and 91.384 MPH on lap 3, D. Hertz 15, M. Williams* 26.
2 ND: D. Lingo Jr. 55L Track Fast Lap: 19.258 seconds and 93.468 MPH on lap 6, D. Hill 75 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.705 seconds and 91.347 MPH on lap 8, R. Whaley 4, R. Davis Jr. 84 3rd Track Fast Lap: 19.862 seconds and 90.625 MPH on lap 3, B. Geiger 38, DNS: K. King K&B.

Richard Jarvis Jr. lost a motor while leading at half way through; he took the lead before lap 5.
Mark Williams lost a fuel pump belt on lap 13.
Only 13 Late Models Saturday night but some great racing action. The top 5 finishers switched to front positions the working through the top 10 with really good battles going on with Hill, KP, Simpson, Jarvis, and Lingo. Anthony Rushing struggled around half way and was around in turns 3 & 4, and took the car to the pits. Hill had the lead after Jarvis broke, but Hill was fast and right on Jarvis's back.
Once out front, Hill was gone. Lingo was gaining on Hill in the closing laps but Hill was flawless to the end. I don't thing anyone could have got by Hill. Hill has struggled this season with good luck or bad. But after wrecking a few weeks back, Hill was determined to win, with such a hungry drive for that win since it was the first of the season. For those that don't know, Hill usually has earned a bit of wins. But it is as they always say; everything has to be synchronized too, in racing or for that night. Driver right on and his/her skills, the car hooked up and handling, the track, adding that great factor of a little bit of luck all goes into racing. Great race guys!!

Joe Tracy Wins First Career Win In The AC Delco TSS Modified Tonight
1-5 Results Were:
1. Joe Tracy # 37J 2nd Track Fast Lap: 21.521 seconds and 83.639
MPH on lap 10
2. Brad Trice # 33 Track Fast Lap: Set by Billy Carr 21.402 seconds
3. Tommy Evans # 25 and 84.104 MPH on lap 14
4. Ryan Walls* # 14W
5. Richie Walls Sr. # 26W
Remaining Field Follows:
Richard White, Jr. 27, Eric Vent 86, John Curtis 17, Justin Griffith 91, Adam Jarrell 42, Herbie Hemple* 55, Billy Preston, Jr. 99C, Jack Mullins, Jr. 1, Grant Ireland 44, C. Hitchens 1A, Billy Carr 29, Andy Hammond 66.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Brad Trice 21.838 seconds and 82.425 MPH lap 10
Richard Walls, Sr. 21.841 seconds and 84.414 MPH on lap 11
Joseph Tracy 21.847 seconds and 82.391 MPH on lap 6
Chris Hitchens 21.863 seconds and 82.331 MPH on lap 5
Ryan Walls 22.087 seconds and 81.496 MPH on lap 4
Joseph Tracy has having a super second year in the AC Delco TSS Modified class. He has been knocking on the door each week all year, trying to get his first career win and got it to night. Great job!
Tracy and Richie Walls, Sr. actually got hooked together on the start before the lap was completed, but got out from one another, funny part they were running 2nd & 3rd. Laps 4 - 7 had Tracy and pole sitter Tommy Evans nip and tuck until lap 7 when Tracy took the lead. Lap 9 had action for with Evans and Brad Trice battling for 2nd place. Trice took the spot before he reached turn 3. Lap 12 Evans and Ryan Walls fought for fifth.
From that point on, the feature really had a change in the racing with Grant Ireland and Jack Mullins, Jr. having a bit of a racing issue between. The two made contact on a few occasions the latter of the race to the point that Mullins retaliated with frustration by ramming his car into the right rear of Ireland. Ireland got up on two wheels (left front and rear side) and Mullins gave just one more little nudge and Ireland was over on the roof. Mind you the two cars were barely moving when this took place, but it did enough damage both were out. They looked like two monster trucks going over one another or rolling off the ramp onto one another. I would not want to be in their shoes.

Rookie Ross Robinson Wins Seventh Street Modified/TSS Late Model of the Year
1-5 Results Were:
1. Ross Robinson* # 7 2nd Track Fast Lap: 21.85 Seconds and 82.38
MPH on lap 13
2. Joe Warren* # 11 Track Fast Lap: 21.721 Seconds and 82.869
3. Kevin Scott Jr.* # 12K MPH on lap 9
4. Hal Browning # 46
5. Kelly Putz # 59
Remaining Field Follows:
Travis Justice* 23, Eddie Williams 88, Billy Mellon* 56, Bobby Williamson 41, Mike Wilson 12, Paul Harris 11M, Mike Wharton 100.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Joe Warren* 21.373 seconds and 84.218 MPH on lap 3
Ross Robinson* 21.535 Seconds and 83.585 MPH on lap 2
Hal Browning 21.656 seconds and 83.118 MPH on lap 2
Mike Wilson 21.955 seconds and 81.986 MPH on lap 3
Kelly Putz 22.197 Seconds and 81.092 MPH on lap 3
Kevin Scott, Jr. held the lead until a yellow sounded on lap 10 for a car around so the lap was not in. Restart again Scott got a good run to hold off 2nd place challenger Ross Robinson, but caution waved before the lap was in with another car getting around. This time Ross Robinson got the good start and he did not look back to win his 7th in his rookie year.

Steve White Pulls Win No. 8 In The Modified Lite
1-5 Results Were:
1. Steve White # 93 Track Fast Lap: 22.843 Seconds and
2. Aaron Bada # 10H 78.799 MPH on lap 15
3. Tim White # 78
4. Herb Tunis # 85 2nd Track Fast Lap: 22.868 Seconds and
78.713 MPH on lap 7
5. Brandon Dennis # 10 3rd Track Fast Lap: 22.998 Seconds and 78.268
MPH on lap 8
Remaining Field Follows:
Richie Wilson* 15R, Erik McKinney V75, Mike Stratton 1S, Rick Wheatley 14, Bobby Walls III 1J, Kirk Miles 21, Jody Cahall* 77, Randy Hill, Jr. 42, Sparky White 1, Mike Hovatter 2.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Herb Tunis 22.349 Seconds and 80.541 MPH on lap 4
Tim White 22.452 seconds and 80.171 MPH on lap 2
Steve White 22.635 seconds and 79.523 MPH on lap 2
Brandon Dennis 23.783 seconds and 79.006 MPH on lap 2
Aaron Bada 22.815 seconds and 78.895 MPH on lap 3

Slide For Five Winner: Dylan Betts # 73 picked up win number 2 for 2006

Bonnie Nibblett
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GEORGETOWN SPEEDWAY RESULTS AUGUST 26, 2006
(*) Denotes Rookie

SUPER LATE MODELS
POS # DRIVER
1 91 Ricky Elliott
2 11 Anthony Rushing
3 47 Richard Jarvis Jr.
4 22A Scott Cross
5 38S Kenny Pettyjohn
6 84 Ray Davis Jr.
7 118 Rob Schirmer
8 5 Jerry Foster
9 81 Mark Elkins
10 38 Bob Geiger
11 119 Rob Ormsbee
12 10M Mike Givens
13 K&B Kerry King
14 19 Bryan Whaley
15 99L Dale Lingo
16 1 Mark Pettyjohn
17 23 Charlie Wolford
18 4 Rick Whaley
19 80 David Pettyjohn
20 61 Jamie Eicholz
21 26 Mark Williams*

TSS CRATE MODIFIEDS
POS # DRIVER
1 39 Joe Watson*
2 44 Grant Ireland
3 30 Jordan Watson*
4 17 John Curtis
5 26W Richard Walls, Sr
6 1A Chris Hitchens
7 29 Billy Carr
8 46 Jerry Carter, II*
9 33 Jeff Brown
10 37M Mike White*
11 60 Morris Tucker
12 27 Richard White Jr.
13 31 Chris Lynch*
14 86 Chad Clark*
15 91 Justin Griffith
16 20 Rodney Cordrey
17 92 Herman Powell
18 8 Donnie Dutton Jr.
19 57X Tom Curtis
20 57 Mark Byram
21 79 John Wynn* DNS
22 X Dan Reidy* DNS
23 16 Jim Atkinson* DNS

TSS CRATE LATE MODELS
POS # DRIVER
1 4 Bobby Watkins
2 17 Dale Bounds
3 7 Ross Robinson
4 46 Hal Browning
5 23 Travis justice*
6 11 Anthony Rushing
7 61 David Nailor
8 V75 Erik McKinney*
9 2 John Hudson
10 41 Bobby Williamson
11 12 Mike Wilson
12 37 Dan Fiedler*
13 91 Eddie Williams
14 2M Andrew Mullins*
15 30 Gus Bryant
16 12K Kevin Scott Jr.*
17 56 Billy Mellon*
18 1 Josh Hudson

LITTLE LINCOLN
POS # DRIVER
1 15 Ron Wilson
2 64 Donald Robinson
3 4 Bill Brittingham
4 00 Pat McNeil
5 30 Mel Joseph Jr.
6 22 Tim Chambers
7 7X Matt Tipton
8 7 Tony Daisey
9 47 Kenny Foy
10 3 Jamie Wagner
11 38 Ken Bachman
12 2 Joe Webb*
13 43 Wayne Wilkerson
14 69 Matt Johnson*
15 57 Jim Miller III

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U. S. 13 Kart Club Results August 25, 2006

JUNIOR I
1. Nicholas Brobst # 19
2. Alex White # 09
3. Dylan Evans # 80
4. Brandon Sturgis # 3
5. Adam Weber # 20
Heat Winner - Nicholas Brobst # 19

JUNIOR II
1. Austin Wright # 1
2. Clint Chalabala # 44
3. Robbie Emory # 99
4. Kody Joudrey # 20
5. Brandon Oakley # 75
Heat Winner - Austin Wright # 1

JUNIOR III
1. Kyle Dixon # 84
2. Brad Collins # 12
3. Jacob Pearson # 24
4. Michael Allaband # 8
5. Kyle Fuller # 16
Heat Winner - Kyle Fuller # 16

STOCK-LITE
1. Bryan Brobst # 11
2. Shane Forrest # 01
3. Greg Tucker # 15
4. Robert Brobst # 9
5. Brandon Beale # 10
Heat Winner - Bryan Brobst # 11

STOCK-MEDIUM
1. Bryan Brobst # 11
2. Robert Brobst # 9
3. Jim Tyre # 02
4. John Macklin # 96
5. George Slater # 3
Heat Winner - Bryan Brobst # 11

STOCK-HEAVY
1. Erika Hearn # 18
2. Mike Reynolds # 48
3. Ralph Moore # 5
4. Horace Wilson # 29
Heat Winner - Erika Hearn # 18

STOCK-XTRA-HEAVY
1. Mike Reynolds # 48
2. John Oakley # 75
3. Danny Selby # 56
4. John Davis, Sr. # 12
5. Jason Hastings # 25
Heat Winner - Mike Reynolds # 48

LIMITED
1. Randy Wroten # 54
2. John Davis Jr. # 11
3. Chet Pleasanton # 8
4. Dale Blades # 55
5. Ralph Adkins # 49 wrong trans
Heat Winner - Randy Wroten # 54

JUNIOR I Rookie Class
1. James Hill # 1
2. Ryan Dryden # 3
3. Tony Woody # 24
4. Chris Eck # 33
5. Zach Bullis # 99
Heat Winner - James Hill # 1

PEE WEE
1. Trevor Collins # 7
2. Ashley Hayes # 18
3. Jamie Emory # 00
4. Austin Barker # 41
5. Devon Dodson # 55
Heat Winner - Trevor Collins # 7

PEE WEE II (Rookie)
1. Dylan Adams # 25
2. Will Argo # 77
3. Evan Dennis # 01
4. Colby Sockriter # 87
5. Jason Bloom # 40
Heat Winner - Dylan Adams # 25

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Delaware Bits & Parts August, 2006

GEORGETOWN
I got to go the first two Fridays of August and the track still continues to flourish. Good racing, good atmosphere, good family fun. The response from the fans, sponsors and community so far have very supported, and this is what we have to have to keep racing at Georgetown. The car count continues to grow. So thanks to all of you.
It was announced that the mighty winged URC Sprints will make the first appearance in 12 years, on September 1, 2006. The two crate classes will run and also have a race with drivers in both classes for a feature, and the Vintage cars will return.
Some of the news going on has I. G. Burton of Delaware (Car Dealer with several locations, Seaford, Milford, etc.) sponsoring a Crate Motor Engine Give-a-way at the end of the racing season. To qualify drivers in the two crate classes must display a I. G. Burton decal on both sides of their car in crate late model or modified classes. If the driver displays the decals, their name will go in a hat each week. At the last race in September or of the season, a name will be withdrawal from the hat and that person will win a brand new TSS GM Crate Motor.
Kevin McKinney made a debut in the #25 crate Late Model drove for the first time, and finished 9th. McKinney comes from Mod Lites. Herb Tunis had a little taste behind Sockriters Motorsports #32.
Some of the drivers invading to run up against the DE Guys, has been Rick Hulson, Mark Wilkins, Rob Ormsbee, Charlie Woolford, Gary Hager, Jimmy Chester, Billy Pauch, Kenny Brightbill, Ryan Godown...and more.
Ryan Walls has won 3 times at GT but will be running at Bridgeport on Friday nights small block class. Joseph Watson has won 3 TSS Mod features. Both Joseph and brother Jordan just started in this class July and both really been pretty impressive. To just do well in your first few races is a goal for any driver, but to have 3 wins and 1 win for Jordan is quite a bit better. Both come from micro racing and only 16 & 18 years old.
This weekend Aug. 25 will be Super Late Models, TSS Late Model, and TSS Modified along with the Little Lincoln Vintage cars. Gates Open: 5:00 PM, Drivers Meeting: 6:30 PM, Warm Ups: 7:00 PM,
Admission is $12.00, Pits $25.00, Children under 12 FREE. Track Hotline: 302-856-7415 FAX: 302-856-7416. Track website www.georgetownspeedway.com or you can always visit www.redbud69racing.com for any news on Delaware tracks.

DELAWARE INTERNATIONAL
Gary Simpson finally picked up his first career win in Super Late Models, I say finally because Simpson has been a threat all season. Simpson started this season full Late Model after driving Big Block Modified's for some years. Simpson has just about had a top five finish every week. For first year in this class, he has been supreme driving and been a force with all features.
Lou Johnson finished 4th but could not make it to the scales when the A-Arm broke and he had to be towed to the scale.
The feature was a non-stop caution free 20 laps with a 6.52 mins. event. It was a good race, Simpson starting leading on lap 4 and was gone way out front once there. But lurking behind were strong cars as well, but he pulled off an excellent race.
Norman Short broke a shock tower in the feature while running 4th. Bobby Wilkins was behind the wheel tonight.
Mark Byram will now be the driver of the #55 Keith Coulbourne Mod. Donny Radd had been driving the #55 this year , but both had different direction in which way they wanted to go for the future and so mutually agreed to part now. Just as Will Brown and H. J. Bunting parted a little while back. It was not a problem of performance, just different goals. We all know that happens in racing all the time, look at NASCAR. Jeremy Mayfield and Ray Everham although it may not have been a agreed parting.
Joe Dekutoski returned Saturday to run in the clay with #100J.
Tommy Evans had his back tire ands wheel broke during the first lap and out of the clay.
Eric Vent made a first time appearance to start running in the TSS Modified this week in the number 86. Snookie's old number was 86 if I remember that correctly from photos sent to Redbud's Classics. Eric has been running in Micro at Middleford Speedway. Eric's friend Chad Clark plans to run in this calls next season. Clark comes from Micros', they both ran 600cc last.
Kevin Scott, Jr. lead all 15 laps to claim his first win in the TSS Late Model Class. Kevin is a former go-karting driver and his first year in this class along with many other drivers from 14 to 17 years old.
Randy Hill, Jr. blew a head gasket before the feature, and qualifying to end his night early.
MISC DRIVER NEWS: Congratulations to Ricky Elliott and Cheryl for their joining in marriage Aug. 8, 2006. They were high school sweethearts and had planned to marry on Aug 8, many years ago but somehow parted and now have re-found one other. Also, congratulations to Donald Lingo, Jr. and Amanda for joining in matrimony as well.
And joy to Adam Jarrell and wife Jana for having a baby boy July 13, 2006. Also Chris Sockriter and Ashley with their new bundle of joy Cameron born Aug. 9

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Results for Delaware International Speedway August 19, 2006
Denotes (*) Rookie

Curt Michael Makes The Last Lap The Best Lap To Take The Twenty-five Lap URC Sprint Feature Win
1-5 Results Were:
1. Curt Michael # 99 Track Fast Lap: 17.29 Seconds and
104.106 MPH on lap 14
2. Brook Weibley # 56 2nd Track Fast Lap: 17.432 Seconds and
3. Kramer Williamson # 73 103.258 MPH on lap 1
4. Josh Weller # 63 3rd Track Fast Lap: 17.57 seconds and
5. Jimmy Martin # 17 102.447 MPH on lap 1
Remaining Field Follows:
Greg Coverdale 6, Dave Ely 3, Danny Massey 92, Mark Bitner 15, Brian Seidel 5G, Jimmy Stitzel 1X, Dave McGough 669, Mike Kostic 40, Rob Stillwagon* 89, Scott McLaren 21, Joe Zuczek 50, Jason Clauss 08, Ed Aikin 19A, Justin Collett 69, Kevin Welsh 2W, Johnny Zimmerman 19, Midge Miller 8, Bill Brian, Jr. 00, Davey Sammons* 79, Mike Haggenbottom 54.

Heats: 1 ST: J. Weller 63 2nd Track Fast Lap: 17.524 seconds and around 102 MPH, C. Michael 99 Track Fast Lap: 17.393 seconds and around 103.490 MPH, M. Kostic 40, M. Miller 8, D. Massey 92, E. Aikin 19A.
2 ND: B. Weibley* 56, 2nd Track Fast Lap: 17.410 seconds and near 103 MPH, K. Williamson 73 Track Fast Lap: 17.387 seconds and near 103.526 MPH, J. Zimmerman 19, J. Clauss 08, J. Collett 69, K. Welsh 2W.
3rd: D. Sammons* 79 Track Fast Lap: 17.894 seconds and 100.592 MPH, J. Martin, Jr. 17, Joe Zuczek 50, B. Seidel 5G, G. Coverdale 6 2nd Track Fast Lap: 18.004 seconds and near 100 MPH, R. Stillwagon* 89.
B Main: B. Brian, Jr. 00 2nd Track Fast Lap: 18.071 seconds and near 99 MPH, M. Haggenbottom 54 Track Fast Lap: 17.977 seconds and near 101 MPH, D. Ely 3, M. Bitner 15, D. McGough 669, J. Stitzel 1X.
** Not all exact MPH were available.

Tim Millman Back In Victory Lane To Collect Win Number Four In Big Block Modifieds
1-5 Results Were:
1. Tim Millman # 410 Track Fast Lap: 20.483 Seconds and 87.878
MPH on lap 12
2. H. J. Bunting III # 91 2nd Track Fast Lap: 20.625 Seconds and
3. Bobby Wilkins # 85M 87.273 MPH on lap 8
4. Robert Dutton # 888 3rd Track Fast Lap: 20.664 Seconds and
5. Beau Wilkins # 85 87.108 MPH on lap 3
Remaining Field Follows:
Matt Jester 62, Jamie Mills 30, Chuck Tucker 39W, Cliff Foskey 28, Glen Richard 98, Mark Byram 55, Duane Rust 396, Norman Short, Jr. 8M, Joe Dekutoski 100J, Eddie Collins 16, Ricky Johnson 69.

Heats: 1 ST: R. Dutton 888, N. Short 8M Track Fast Lap: 20.187 seconds and 89.166 MPH on lap 3, C. Foskey 28, R. Johnson 69, H. J. Bunting III 91 2nd Track Fast Lap: 20.212 seconds and 89.056 MPH on lap 6, G. Richards 98 3rd Track Fast Lap: 20.373 seconds and 88.352 MPH on lap 6, Joe Dekutoski 100J, D Rust 396.
2 ND: M. Jester 62 2nd Track Fast Lap: 20.077 seconds and 89.655 MPH on lap 2, B. Wilkins 85 3rd Track Fast Lap: 20.21 seconds and 89.065 MPH on lap 3, J. Mills 30, T. Millman 410 Track Fast Lap: 19.927 seconds and 90.33 MPH on lap 5, B. Wilkins 85M, M. Byram 55, C. Tucker 39W.

Gary Simpson First Year In Late Model And Wins First Late Model Feature Blowing The Doors Off Everyone Else
1-5 Results Were:
1. Gary Simpson* # 12K
2. Kenny Pettyjohn # 38S 4th Track Fast Lap: 19.783 Seconds and
3. Ray Davis, Jr. # 84 90.987 MPH on lap 18
4. Lou Johnson # 96
5. David Hill # 75
3rd Track Fast Lap: Set by Kerry King 18.386 Seconds and 97.901
MPH on lap 12
Track Fast Lap: Set by Rick Whaley 17.344 Seconds and 103.782 MPH on lap 9
2nd Track Fast Lap: Set By Richard Jarvis, Jr. 17.981 Seconds and 100.106 MPH on lap 9
** Not sure if these are accurate speeds or errors reported
Remaining Field Follows:
Donnie Lingo, Jr. 55L, Rick Whaley 4, Jamie Eichholz 61, Dave Hertz 15, Rob Massey 6X, Mark Williams* 26, Bob Geiger 38, Kerry King K&B, Richard Jarvis, Jr. 47. DNS: Larry Meadows* 00.

Heats: 1 ST: G. Simpson* 12K Track Fast Lap: 19.493 seconds and 92.341 MPH on lap 7, D. Hill 75 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.554 seconds 92.053 and 92.053 MPH on lap 8, R. Massey 6X 3rd Track Fast Lap: 19.994 seconds and 90.027 MPH on lap 7, R. Jarvis, jr. 47, J. Eichholz 61, K. King K&B, D. Hertz 15, B. Geiger 38.
2 ND: D. Lingo, Jr. 55L Track Fast Lap: 19..137 seconds and 94.059 MPH on lap 4, K. Pettyjohn 38S 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.709 seconds and 91.329 MPH on lap 7, Ray Davis, Jr. 84, R. Whaley 4 3rd Track Fast Lap: 19.757 seconds and 91.107 MPH on lap 8, L. Johnson 96, L. Meadows* 00, M. Williams 26.

Ryan Walls On A Winning Streak In The Ac Delco TSS Modified Feature To Take Fifth Win Of The Season
1-5 Results Were:
1. Ryan Walls* # 14W Track Fast Lap: 21.684 Seconds and
83.011 MPH on lap 11
2. Jack Mullins, Jr. # 1 2nd Track Fast Lap: 22.074 Seconds and
81.544 MPH on lap 13
3. Chris Hitchens # 1A
4. Joseph Tracey # 37J
5. Billy Carr # 29
Remaining Field Follows:
Brad Trice 33, Justin Griffith 91, Mike White* 37M, Adam Jarrell 42, Richard White, Jr. 27, Eric Vent 86, John Curtis 17, Rodney Cordrey 20, John Wynn* 79, Herbie Hemple* 55, Rick Loveland 69.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Jack Mullins, Jr. 21.353 seconds and 84.297 MPH on lap 5
Joseph Tracy 21.440 seconds and 83.955 MPH on lap 7
Richard White, Jr. seconds and 83.682 MPH on lap 7
Ryan Walls 21.551 seconds and 83.523 MPH on lap 6
Chris Hitchens 21.614 seconds and 83.279 MPH on lap 5

Rookie Kevin Scott, Jr. Leads All Fifteen Laps In The TSS Late Model Feature To Earn His First Career Win In This Class
1-5 Results Were:
1. Kevin Scott, Jr.* # 12K Track Fast Lap: 21.821 Seconds and
82.489 MPH on lap 3
2. Joe Warren* # 11 2nd Track Fast Lap: 21.946 seconds and
82.02 MPH on lap 5
3. Travis Justice* # 23
4. Mike Wilson # 12
5. Ross Robinson* # 7
Remaining Field Follows:
Bobby Watkins 4, Eddie Williams 91, Kevin McKinney* 25, Hal Browning 100, Daniel Feidler* 37, Kelly Putz 59, Billy Mellon* 56, Bobby Williamson 41.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Joe Warren* 21.715 seconds and 82.882 MPH on lap 3
Travis Justice* 21.925 seconds and 82.743 MPH on lap 3
Bobby Watkins 21.898 seconds and 82.199 MPH on lap 3
Mike Wilson 21.989 seconds and 81.859 MPH on lap 2
Hal Browning 21.997 seconds and 81.829 MPH on lap 3

Steve A. White Picks Up Win Number Seven In Modified Lite Action
1-5 Results Were:
1. Steve A. White # 76 Track Fast Lap: 22.772 Seconds and 79.044
MPH on lap 14
2. Tim White # 78 2nd Track Fast Lap: 22.888 Seconds and
3. Aaron Bada # 10H 78.644 MPH on lap 8
4. Richie Wilson* # 15R
5. Brandon Dennis # 10
Remaining Field Follows:
Rick Wheatley* 14, Erik McKinney V75, Jody Cahall* 77, Bucky McKnatt 48, Mike Hovatter 2, Kirk Miles 21, DNS: Randy Hill, Jr.
Randy Hill, Jr. blew a head gasket before the feature, and qualifying.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Tim White 22.977 seconds and 78.339 MPH on lap 3
Brandon Dennis 23.024 seconds and 78.179 MPH on lap 2
Aaron Bada 23.050 seconds and 78.091 MPH on lap 3
Steve White 23.133 seconds and 77.811 MPH on lap 3
Richie Wilson* 23.175 seconds and 77.670 MPH on lap 1

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GEORGETOWN SPEEDWAY RESULTS AUGUST 18, 2006
(*) Denotes Rookie

BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS
POS # DRIVER
1 1W Billy Pauch
2 2W Wade Hendrickson
3 26 Ryan Godown
4 19 Kenny Brightbill
5 30 Jamie Mills
6 85 Beau Wilkins
7 44 Gary Hager
8 11 Scotty Ambruster
9 101 Colby Steele
10 9D Jason Daliessio
11 396 Deron Rust
12 1R Judd Mills
13 87 Andy Burkhardt
14 35 Glenn Reed
15 39W Chuck Tucker
16 83 Dale Hawkins
17 44C Jimmy Chester
18 R1 Howard O'Neal
19 888 Robert Dutton
20 16 Eddie Collins
21 98 Glenn Richards

TSS CRATE MODIFIEDS
POS # DRIVER
1 1 Jack Mullins, Jr.
2 30 Jordan Watson*
3 39 Joe Watson*
4 57 Mark Byram
5 37M Mike White*
6 57X Tom Curtis
7 33 Brad Trice
8 1A Chris Hitchens
9 29 Billy Carr
10 60 Morris Tucker
11 15 George Richardson
12 79 John Wynn*
13 31 Chris Lynch*
14 91 Justin Griffith
15 73 Harry Vreeland
16 69 Rich Loveland
17 46 Jerry Carter II*
18 21 Tim Trimble
19 14K Ricky Eskridge
20 92 Herman Powell
21 8 Donnie Dutton, Jr.

TSS CRATE LATE MODELS
POS # DRIVER
1 4 Bobby Watkins
2 25 Kevin McKinney*
3 37 Dan Fiedler*
4 17 Dale Bounds
5 100 Mike Wharton
6 61 David Nailor
7 41 Bobby Williamson
8 12 Mike Wilson
9 72 Gary Manos
10 23 Travis Justice*
11 7 Ross Robinson*
12 2 John Hudson
13 46 Hal Browning
14 2M Andrew Mullins*
15 12K Kevin Scott, Jr.*
16 56 Billy Mellon*
17 1 Josh Hudson
18 5 Skip Syester* DNS

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Georgetown Speedway RESULTS FOR August 12, 2006
(*) Denotes Rookie

SUPER LATE MODEL
POS # DRIVER
1 91 Ricky Elliott
2 38S Kenny Pettyjohn
3 1 Mark Pettyjohn
4 80 David Pettyjohn
5 12 Gary Simpson
6 18 Rick Hulson
7 118 Rob Schirmer
8 22A Scott Cross
9 84 Ray Davis Jr.
10 93 Rick Todorow
11 26 Mark Williams*
12 38 Bob Geiger
13 23 Charlie Wolford
14 A1 Vic Thomas
15 61 Jamie Eichholz
16 7 Darryl Hills
17 5 Jerry Foster
18 81 Mark Elkins
19 119 Rob Ormsbee
20 20 Ted Taylor
21 K&B Kerry King
22 19 Bryan Whaley DNS
23 14 Mike Williams DNS
24 47 Richard Jarvis Jr. DNS

TSS CRATE MODIFIEDS
1 14W Ryan Walls*
2 39 Joe Watson*
3 17 John Curtis
4 33 Brad Trice
5 37M Mike White*
6 1A Chris Hitchens
7 91 Justin Griffith
8 61 Mike Hough
9 27 Richard White
10 21 Tim Trimble
11 79 John Wynn*
12 60 Morris Tucker
13 66 Andy Hammond
14 8 Donnie Dutton Jr.
15 31 Casey Lynch*
16 99 Brad Bradbury
17 30 Jordan Watson*
18 29 Billy Carr
19 92 Herman Powell
20 1X Dan Reidy
21 16 Ted Reynolds*
22 57 Mark Byram DNS

TSS CRATE LATE MODELS
1 4 Bobby Watkins
2 17 Dale Bounds
3 7 Ross Robinson*
4 12 Mike Wilson
5 91 Eddie Williams
6 59 Kelly Putz
7 46 Hal Browning
8 23 Travis Justice*
9 41 Bobby Williamson
10 5 Skip Syester*
11 100 Mike Wharton
12 56 Billy Mellon*
13 25 Kevin McKinney*
14 37 Dan Fiedler*

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Results for Delaware International Speedway August 12, 2006
Denotes (*) Rookie

Beau Wilkins Wins Second 25-lap Big Block Modified Feature Tonight
1-5 Results Were:
1. Beau Wilkins # 85
2. Donnie Radd # 55 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.451 Seconds and 92.54
MPH on lap 3
3. H. J. Bunting III # 91 Track Fast Lap: Matt Jester 19.273
Seconds and 93.395 MPH on lap 2 before motor woes
4. Norman Short, Jr. # 8M 3rd Track Fast Lap: Glen Richards
5. Tim Millman # 410 19.522 Seconds and 92.204 MPH on lap 2
C. Foskey 28, C. Steele 101, C. Tucker 39W, D. Hawkins 83, R. Johnson 69, J. Mills 30, R. Dutton 888, M. Jester* 62, C. Ott T10, G. Richards 396, DNS: S. Downs II 12D.
Heats: 1 ST: M. Jester* 62, Track Fast Lap: 19.429 seconds and 92.645 MPH on lap 2, R. Johnson 69 3rd Track Fast Lap: 19.824 seconds and 90.799, C. Foskey 28, T. Millman 410, N. Short 8M 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.639 seconds and 91.654 MPH on lap 2, G. Richards 396, C. Tucker 39W, DNS: C. Ott T10.
2 ND: B. Wilkins 85, 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.852 seconds and 90.671 MPH on lap 2, H. J. Bunting 91 Track Fast Lap: 19.668 seconds and 91.519 MPH on lap 2, D. Radd 55 3rd Track Fast Lap: 19.881 seconds and 90.539 MPH on lap 3, J. Mills 30, C. Steele 101, D. Hawkins 83, R. Dutton 888, S. Downs II 12D.
** Track Fast Lap: had Ricky Johnson 11.115 seconds and 161.943 MPH on lap 20. I think that reading is not correct.

Donald Lingo, Jr. Makes It Three In A Row In Late Model Action And Bragging Rights To Beat "Ricky The Rocket Elliott"
1-5 Results Were:
1. Donald Lingo, Jr. # 55L Track Fast Lap: 19.246 Seconds and
93.526 MPH on lap 10
2. Ricky Elliott # 91 3rd Track Fast Lap: 19.384 Seconds and
92.86 MPH on lap 10
3. Richard Jarvis, Jr. # 47 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.269 Seconds and
4. Dale Lingo IV # 99L 93.414 MPH on lap 9
5. Dave Hertz # 15
Remaining Field Follows:
Kenny Pettyjohn 38S, Rob Massey 6X, Ed Drury 72, Mark Williams* 26, Mike Givens 10, Kerry King K&B, Jamie Eichholz 61, Larry Meadows* 00, Gary Simpson* 12, David Hill 75, Ray Davis, Jr. 84, Bob Geiger 38.
Heats: 1 ST: D. Hill 75 Track Fast Lap: 19.79 seconds and 90.955 MPH on lap 2, K. Pettyjohn 38S, D. Lingo, Jr. 55L, R. Massey 6X, J. Eichholz 61 2nd Track Fast Lap: 20.328 seconds and 88.548 on lap 4, K. King K&B, L. Meadows* 00, D. Hertz 15 3rd Track Fast Lap: 20.344 seconds and 88.478 MPH on lap 4, B. Geiger 38.
2 ND: R. Elliott 91 Track Fast Lap: 19.679 seconds and 91.468 MPH on lap 8, Dale Lingo IV 99L 3rd Track Fast Lap: 20.037 seconds and 89.834 MPH on lap 8, R. Jarvis 47, R. Davis, Jr. 84, M. Williams* 26, G. Simpson* 12K 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.904 seconds and 81.378 MPH on lap 3, E. Drury 72.

Rookie Ryan Walls Picks Up Win Number Four In The AC Delco TSS Modified Event
1-5 Results Were:
1. Ryan Walls* # 14W Track Fast Lap: 21.203 Seconds and 84.894
MPH on lap 2
2. Jack Mullins, Jr. 1 3rd Track Fast Lap: 21.721 Seconds and
3. Tommy Evans # 25 82.869 MPH on lap 15
4. Richard White, Jr. # 27 2nd Track Fast Lap: Joseph Tracy 21.3
5. Jamie Mills # 39 Seconds and 84.507 MPH on lap 5
Remaining Field Follows:
Grant Ireland 44, Brad Trice 33, Justin Griffith 91, Tim Trimble 21, Chris Hitchens 1A, George Richardson 15, Adam Jarrell 42, John Wynn* 79, Joe Tracy 37J, Billy Carr 29, John Curtis 17, Herbie Hemple* 53H, Rick Loveland 69.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Joseph Tracy 21.190 seconds and 84.946 MPH on lap 3
Jack Mullins, Jr. 21.320 seconds and 84.428 MPH on lap 3
Jamie Mills 21.332 seconds and 84.380 MPH on lap 3
Grant Ireland 21.426 seconds and 84.010 MPH on lap 5
Ryan Walls 21.577 seconds and 83.422 MPH on lap 5

Rookie Ross Robinson Takes Win Number Seven Home Tonight At The Delaware International Speedway
1-5 Results Were:
1. Ross Robinson* # 7 Track Fast Lap: 21.583 Seconds and
83.399 MPH on lap 10
2. Travis Justice* # 23 2nd Track Fast Lap: 21.64 Seconds and
83.179 MPH on lap 10
3. Kevin McKinney* # 25 3rd Track Fast Lap: 22.218 Seconds
4. Hal Browning # 46 and 81.015 MPH on lap 14
5. Joe Warren* # 11
Remaining Field Follows:
Mike Wilson 12, Kelly Putz 59, Eddie Williams 91, Bobby Williamson 41, Billy Mellon* 56, Brooks Fleetwood* 20, Kevin Scott, Jr.* 12K.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Billy Mellon* 21.687 seconds and 82.999 MPH on lap 3
Travis Justice* 21.925 seconds and 82.098 MPH on lap 4
Ross Robinson* 22.256 seconds and 80.877 MPH on lap 3
Joe Warren* 22.384 seconds and 80.415 MPH on lap 5
Kevin McKinney* 22.513 seconds and 79.954 MPH on lap 4

Win Number Five Had Tim White Back In Victory Circle With His Modified Lite
1-5 Results Were:
1. Tim White # 78 3rd Track Fast Lap: Jody Cahall 23.545
2. Brandon Dennis # 10 Seconds and 76.449 MPH on lap 1
3. Aaron Bada # 10H
4. Randy Hill, Jr. # 42 2nd Track Fast Lap: 23.491 Seconds and
76.625 Mph on lap 1
5. Herb Tunis # 14 Track Fast Lap: 23.394 Seconds and
76.943 MPH on lap 13
Remaining Field Follows:
Kirk Miles 21, Erik McKinney V75, Bucky McKnatt 48, Jody Cahall* 77, Mike Hovatter 2, Keith Layton 3, DNS: Nick Hendricks 22X.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times: **
Tim White 22.292 seconds and near 78.502 MPH on lap 6
Brandon Dennis 22.558 seconds and near 78.590 MPH on lap 6
Jody Cahall* 22.572 seconds and near 78.65 MPH on lap 6
Randy Hill, Jr. 22.596 seconds and near 78.782 MPH on lap 7
Herb Tunis 22.725 seconds and near 78.812 on lap 5
** Only seconds available, MPH or near what the MPH may be.

Jim Miller III Wins His First Little Lincoln Feature For 2006 At Delmar
1. Jim Miller III # 57
2. Pat McNeil # 00
3. Jamie Wagner # 3
4. Bill Brittingham # 4
5. Mel Joseph, Jr. # 30
Remaining Field Follows:
Ron Wilson 15, Donald Robinson, Jr. 64, Matt Johnson* 69, Tim Chambers 22, Jeff Webb* 2, Wayne Wilkerson 43, Matt Tipton 7X, Kenny Foy 47, Tony Daisey 7.

Bonnie Nibblett
www.redbud69racing.com Your Delaware and Surrounding Tracks Race News Plus NASCAR


Results for Delaware International Speedway August 5, 2006
Denotes (*) Rookie

Rookie Matt Jester Returns To DIS And Wins Big Block Modified 25-lap Feature
1-5 Results Were:
1. Matt Jester* # 62 Track Fast Lap: 20.106 Seconds and 89.526
MPH on lap 3
2. Donnie Radd # 55 2nd Track Fast Lap: 20.437 Seconds and
3. Jamie Miles # 30 88.526 MPH on lap 5
4. "Stormin" Norman Short # 8M
5. Beau Wilkins # 85
Remaining Field Follows:
Ricky Johnson 69, Tim Millman 410, Cliff Foskey 28, Robert Dutton 888, Dale Hawkins* 83, Glen Richards 396, Chuck Tucker 39W, Larry Crouse 99, Eddie Collins 16, Drew Simmons 48, H. J. Bunting III 91.
Heats: 1 ST: D. Radd 55 Track Fast Lap: 19.741 seconds and 91.181 MPH on lap 2, C. Foskey 28 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.741 second and 90.946 MPH on lap 6, B. Wilkins 85, H. J. Bunting, III 91, 3rd Track Fast Lap: 19.827 seconds and 90.785 MPH on lap 4, R. Johnson 69, D. Hawkins 83, E. Collins 16, DNS: G. Richards 396. 2 ND: N. Short 8M Track Fast Lap: 19.716 seconds and 91.296 MPH on lap 2, M. Jester* 62 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.87 seconds and 90.589 MPH on lap 3, J. Mills 30 Track Fast Lap: 20.231 seconds and 89.972 MPH on lap 5, R. Dutton 888, L. Crouse 99, C. Tucker 39W, D. Simmons 48, DNS: T. Millman 410.

Donnie Lingo, Jr. Nails Second Straight Win In The Late Model 20-lap With Supreme Form Claiming His Third Win Of The Year
1-5 Results Were:
1. Donnie Lingo, Jr. # 55L Track Fast Lap: 19.669 Seconds and
2. Dale Lingo IV # 99L 91.515 MPH on lap 12
3. David Hill # 75
4. Kenny Pettyjohn # 38S 2nd Track Fast Lap: 20.378 Seconds
5. Gary Simpson* # 12 and 88.149 MPH on lap 10
Remaining Field Follows:
Ray Davis, Jr. 84, Rob Massey 6X, Dave Hertz 15, David Pettyjohn 80, Kerry King K&B, Jamie Eichholz 61, Bob Geiger 38, Mark Williams* 26, Ed Drury 72, Larry Meadows* 00.
Heats: 1 ST: D. Pettyjohn 80 2nd Track Fast Lap: 20.06 seconds and 89.731 MPH on lap 4, D. Hill 75 Track Fast Lap: 19.65 seconds and 91.603 MPH on lap 4, D. Hertz 15, K. Pettyjohn 38S 3rd Track Fast Lap: 20.123 seconds and 89.45 MPH on lap 5, D. Lingo 99L, B. Geiger 38, M. Williams* 26, L. Meadows* 00. 2 ND: D. Lingo 55L Track Fast Lap: 19.414 seconds and 92.717 MPH on lap 5, G. Simpson* 12K 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.418 seconds and 92.697 MPH on lap 8, R. Massey 6X 3rd Track Fast Lap: 19.985 seconds and 90.068 MPH on lap 8, Ray Davis, Jr. 84, K. King K&B, J. Eichholz 61, Ed Drury 72.

Richard White, Jr. Claims Two Wins In The AC Delco TSS Modified
1-5 Results Were:
1. Richard White, Jr. # 27 3rd Track Fast Lap: 22.415 Seconds
and 80.303 MPH on lap 15
2. Brad Trice # 33 Track Fast Lap: Gary Bostwick 19.232 Seconds
3. Tom Curtis # 57X and 93.594 MPH on lap 11**
4. Tommy Evans # 25 2nd Track Fast Lap: Jack Mullins, Jr. 22.386
5. Justin Griffith # 91 Seconds and 80.407 MPH on lap 11
Remaining Field Follows:
Grant Ireland 44, Mike White* 37M, Chris Hitchens 1A, Adam Jarrell 42, Joseph Tracy 37J, Herman Powell 92, Morris Tucker 60, Mark Byram 57, Gary Bostwick* 99C, Rick Loveland 69, Jack Mullins 1, John Curtis 17, Billy Carr 29, Ryan Walls* 14W, Herbie Hemple* 53H, DNS: Jordan Watson* 30, Joseph Watson*, John Wynn* 79, DQ: Donnie Dutton, Jr. 8.
** Gary Bostwick was listed as fastest lap but the transponder must have been off; I doubt he drove 13 MPH faster than the other drivers in the field.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Donnie Dutton, Jr. 21.443 seconds and 83.943 MPH on lap 3
Richard White, Jr. 21.586 seconds and 83.387 MPH on lap 3
Jordan Watson 21.662 seconds and 83.095 MPH on lap 6
Chris Hitchens 21.719 seconds and 82.877 MPH on lap5
Brad Trice 21.775 seconds and 82.664 MPH on lap 5

Rookie Ross Robinson Wins Third Straight TSS Late Model With A Total Of Five Total Wins At DIS
1-5 Results Were:
1. Ross Robinson* # 7 Track Fast Lap: 22.006 Seconds and
81.796 MPH on lap 10
2. Eddie Williams # 91 2nd Track Fast Lap: 22.392 Seconds and
3. Joe Warren* # 11 80.796 MPH on lap 7
4. Mike Wilson # 12
5. Hal Browning # 46
Remaining Field Follows:
Kevin McKinney* 25, Kelly Putz 59, Chris Sockriter 32, Kevin Scott, Jr.* 12K, Travis Justice* 23, Bobby Williamson 41, Billy Mellon 56, DQ: Dale Bounds 17.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times: ** (No MPH or laps available)
Ross Robinson 21.819 seconds **
Mike Wilson 21.893 seconds
Kevin McKinney 22.093 seconds
Joe Warren 22.107 seconds
Travis Justice 22.216 seconds

2005 Redbud69racing Rookie Of The Year Aaron Bada Claims First Career Win In The Modified Lite Feature Tonight
1-5 Results Were:
1. Aaron Bada # 10H Track Fast Lap: 23.291 Seconds and 77.283
MPH on lap 9
2. Brandon Dennis # 10 2nd Track Fast Lap: 23.49 Seconds and
3. Erik McKinney # V75 76.682 MPH on lap 11
4. Steve White # 76
5. Herb Tunis # 85
Remaining Field Follows:
Tim White 78, Randy Hill, Jr. 42, Jody Cahall* 77, Bucky McKnatt 48, Mike Hovatter 2, Rick Wheatley 14, Nick Hendricks 22X, DNS: Kirk Miles 21.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Tim White 22.563 seconds and 79.77784 MPH on lap 10
Steve White 23.639 seconds and 79.509 MPH on lap 8
Aaron Bada 22.806 seconds and 78.927 MPH on lap 10
Nick Hendricks 22.854 seconds and 78.761 MPH on lap 9
Rick Wheatley 22.909 seconds and 78.572 MPH on lap 7

Slide For Five Winner: Chris Martinez # 37T
Tyler White appeared to be the winner of the Slide for Five but his car was found not to have bald tires and failed the post-race inspection. The second place car was called and DQ along with, 3 rd, 4th, 5th, to the 7th where finally someone was legal.

Bonnie Nibblett
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Georgetown Speedway Results August 4, 2006
2006 (*) Denotes Rookie
BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS TSS MODIFIEDS TSS LATE MODELS
POS # DRIVER POS # DRIVER POS # DRIVER
1 1W Billy Pauch 1 39 Joseph Watson* 1 7 Ross Robinson
2 26 Ryan Godown 2 57 Mark Byram 2 100 Mike Wharton
3 69 Ricky Johnson 3 27 Richard White, Jr. 3 4 Bobby Watkins
4 44 Gary Hager 4 91 Justin Griffith 4 12 Mike Wilson
5 35 Glenn Reed 5 37M Mike White* 5 46 Hal Browning
6 396 Deron Rust 6 44 Grant Ireland 6 11 Joe Warren*
7 R1 Howard O'Neal 7 79 John Wynn* 7 5 Skip Syester*
8 16 Eddie Collins 8 29 Billy Carr 8 37 Dan Fiedler*
9 39w Chuck Tucker 9 66 Andy Hammond 9 25 Kevin
McKinney*
10 410 Tim Millman 10 26w Richie Walls, Sr. 10 72 Gary Manos
11 30 Jamie Mills 11 17 John Curtis 11 32 Herb Tunis
12 9 Beau Wilkins 12 60 Morris Tucker 12 59 Kelly Putz
13 19 Kenny Brightbill 13 21 Tim Trimble 13 5A Steve Axtell*
14 9D Jason Daliessio 14 14W Ryan Walls* 14 91 Eddie Williams
15 1R Judd Mills DNS 15 30 Jordan Watson* 15 30 Gus Economides
16 139 Paul Whittle DNS 16 14K Ron Riccio 16 16 Buddy Shockley
17 1A Chris Hitchens 17 28 Chris Sockriter
18 53 Art Valdesere DNS 18 41 Bobby
Williamson
19 46 Jerry Carter DNS 19 17 Ray Davis Jr. DQ
20 23 Travis Justice DQ
Modified Heat winners - # 1 Howard O'Neal (R1) , and #2 Jamie Mills (30)
TSS Modified Heat Winner - # 1 Mark Byram (57), Jordan Watson* (30)
TSS Late Model – # 1 Bobby Watkins (4), Ross Robinson* (7)


Delaware Bits & Parts July 30, 2006

GEORGETOWN
Georgetown was cancelled when a horrific thunder/lightening storm drop too much rain about an hour before the gates opened Friday. This Friday the Big Blocks return, August 4, 2006. Track Hot line 302-856-7415, fax 302-856-7416. Redbud will have the 2 next Fridays off and hopes the weather plays along so she can go to GT. If you have any old photos for the Redbud's Classics bring them to the track and I will return them to you, and put what is posted on the gallery on a disc for you as well. Also if you have news about your team tell me so I can mention it in these Delaware Bits & Parts.

MIDDLEFORD
Regular 600cc micro driver Matt Esham journeyed to Bridgeport Friday night and took home a win. Congrats to him and the team.

DELAWARE INTERNATIONAL
If you were not there Saturday night, you missed some really great racing. The track was in excellent form with 2-3 groove racing all night. High side had bite, low side worked. The drivers put on a great show of racing. The Modified & Late Model races were really good, not to take anything away from the other classes as their racing was jammed pack with action as well.
Donnie Radd picked up his 2nd win in a row. The Cintas Uniform/Coulbourne Farms/Bicknell no. 55 was not to Radd's likings for the heats despite a second place position in heat 2. But changes made must have really brought the car in as Radd took the checkered.
Tim Millman had a new motor for the no. 410, but early on before the heats, Millman said "This is a new motor, but the sounds I'm hearing don't sound good." He qualified 4th in the 2nd heat, but with only 6 laps in Millman had to leave the field.
Late Model action had some heavy hitters, Jarvis was in town, Ricky Elliott, Ray Davis, Jr., and regular track drivers, David Hill, David Pettyjohn, Kenny Pettyjohn, and Gary Simpson, were all in the yard. Dave Hertz finally made his first appearance to DIS this year. David Pettyjohn returned with a new motor after being absent a few weeks.
It was the quick draw McGraw of Donald Lingo, Jr. that stole the show with his second victory for the year. Lingo was strong in the heats but with only 3 laps in the heat he rolled to a stop topside of turn 2. The team broke a shock tower and pieced it together to sliver through the pack from 17th starting position to claim the victory in the feature.
Lingo worked the high side and glided through the pack. On lap 5 a caution waved, and KP on the restart was in 4th but blew by the top three as they were sitting still coming out of turn 2 and he took the lead before turn 3. It looked as if KP was going to be the man to beat. Jarvis broke an axle with only 12 laps in. Ricky Elliott was in a different car #20? The top 10 cars all switched around in place with good side by side the whole event.
John Curtis was in a wreck breaking the steering link in the TSS Mod feature. Quite a few made contact in that race. Jordon Watson almost got up and over as Billy Carr did also in turn 1 when Watson hit the tire head bouncing him in the air and across the track in front of several drivers. Some drivers involved were Carr, Curtis, John Wynn, Chris Hitchens, Tim Trimble, & Herbie Hemple.
TSS Late Model/Street had Rookie Ross Robinson finally working out a few kinks to take his 4th win for the year. Kevin Scott, Jr. continues to be consistent to finish in the top 10.
Dan Feidler brought his car in tonight detailed by P & S Designs looking pretty sharp. Only during the qualifying Feidler saw a bit of smoke ease out the hood and decided not to take any chances and shut it down. It turned out to be a power steering leak and it was fixed. But his luck was not good when he got tagged and spun on the front stretch ending up facing the wrong direction.
The Little Lincoln Vintage club was there to put on a good 10 lap feature. Ron Wilson took his 3rd win of the season after starting on the point. However, Wilson did not bring the car to victory lane with all the other winners of the night? He was still there? They announced for the Little Lincoln feature winner to report to victory lane. If you aren't proud you won, why even bother to race? If your lucky to have some fans, that is a disappointment for them as well. Just my opinion, driver conduct unbecoming, I say, and should be stripped of the win? What do you think? It should be a man law? The Little Lincoln's will be at Georgetown Speedway Aug 25.

Bonnie Nibblett
www.redbud69racing.com Your Delaware and Surrounding Tracks Race News Plus NASCAR


Results for Delaware International Speedway July 29, 2006
Denotes (*) Rookie

Donnie Radd Makes It Back To Back Wins In The Big Block Modified Twenty-five Lap Feature Tonight
1-5 Results Were:
1. Donnie Radd # 55 3rd Track Fast Lap: 19.785 Seconds and
90.978 on lap 8
2. Beau Wilkins # 85 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.785 Seconds and 91.501
3. H. J. Bunting # 91 MPH on lap 8
4. Cliff Foskey # 28
5. Ricky Johnson # 69 Track Fast Lap: 19.568 Seconds and 91.987 on lap 8
Remaining Field Follows:
Norman Short, Jr. 8M, Jamie Mills 30, Steve Downs II 12D, Robert Dutton 888, Chuck Tucker 39W, Glen Reed 35, Drew Simmons 48, Barry Voss 555, Eddie Collins 16, Glen Richards 396, Larry Crouse 99, Joseph Watson* 39, Jeff Paulson 15, Tim Millman 410, DNS: Chris Glanden T10.

Heats: 1 ST: B. Wilkins 85 Track Fast Lap: 19.661 seconds and 91.552 MPH on lap 6, J. Mills 30, C. Foskey 28 2nd Track Fast Lap: 20.344 seconds and 88.74 MPH on lap 7, T. Millman 410, G. Reed 35, J. Paulson 15, B. Voss 555, G. Richards 396, J. Watson* 39, E. Collins 16. 2 ND: N. Short, Jr. 8M Track Fast Lap: 19.485 seconds and 92.379 MPH on lap 1, D. Radd 55, R. Johnson 69 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.901 seconds and 91.785 MPH on lap 6, H. J. Bunting 91, S. Downs II 12D, C. Tucker 39W, C. Glanden T10, L. Crouse 99, D. Simmons 48, R. Dutton 888.

Donald Lingo, Jr. Comes From 17th To 1st To Earn His Second Late Model Feature Win
1-5 Results Were:
1. Donald Lingo, Jr. # 55L 2nd Track Fast Lap: 20.238 Seconds and
88.942 MPH on lap16
2. Kenny Pettyjohn # 38S Track Fast Lap: 20.062 Seconds and
89.722 MPH on lap 6
3. Ricky Elliott # 20 3rd Track Fast Lap: 20.393 Seconds and
4. Gary Simpson* # 12K 88.266 MPH on lap 19
5. David Pettyjohn # 80
Remaining Field Follows:
David Hill 75, Ray Davis, Jr. 84, Dave Hertz 15, Rob Massey 6X, Kerry King K&B, Mike Williams M14, Jamie Eichholz 61, Ed Drury 72, Bob Geiger 38, Mark Williams* 26, Larry Meadows* 00, Vic Thomas A1, Richard Jarvis, Jr. 47.

Heats: 1 ST: R. Jarvis 47 Track Fast Lap: 19.326 seconds and 93.139 MPH on lap 8, G. Simpson* 12K 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.974 seconds and 90.117 MPH on lap 8, R. Massey 6X, B. Geiger 38, M. Williams* 26, L. Meadows* 00, D. Lingo, Jr. 55L 3rd Track Fast Lap: 19.981 seconds and 90.086 MPH on lap 3. 2 ND: D. Hill 75, R. Davis, Jr. 84, K. Pettyjohn 38S, Track Fast Lap: 19.81 seconds and 90.863 MPH on lap 5, R. Elliott 20 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.924 seconds and 90.343 MPH on lap 5, D. Pettyjohn 80 3rd Track Fast Lap: 19.939 seconds and 90.275 MPH on lap 5, K. King K&B, J. Eichholz 61, E. Drury 72, V. Thomas A1.

Ryan Walls Picks Up Third Win In The AC Delco TSS Modified Fifteen Lap Feature
1-5 Results Were:
1. Ryan Walls* # 14W Track Fast Lap: 22.091 Seconds and 81.481
MPH on lap 12
2. Richard White, Jr. # 27 2nd Track Fast Lap: 22.217 Seconds and
81.019 MPH on lap 4
3. Joe Tracey # 37J
4. Jack Mullins, Jr. # 1
5. Brad Trice # 33
Remaining Field Follows:
Grant Ireland 44, Richie Walls, Sr. 26W, Mark Byram 57, Tommy Evans 25, Herman Powel 92, John Wynn* 79, Rick Loveland 69, Tim Trimble 21, John Curtis 17, Chris Hitchens 1A, Jordon Watson* 30, Billy Carr 29, Herbie Hempel* 53H, Billy Preston 99C.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Richard White, Jr. 21.740 seconds and 82.797 MPH on lap 3
Jordon Watson 21.780 seconds and 82.645 MPH on lap 5
Ryan Walls 21.887 seconds and 82.241 MPH on lap 5
Grant Ireland 21.960 seconds and 81.967 MPH on lap 3
Brad Trice 21.992 seconds and 81.848 MPH on lap 5

Rookie Ross Robinson Powers By The Field To Win His Fourth TSS Late Model/Street Modified Event
1-5 Results Were:
1. Ross Robinson* # 7 Track Fast Lap: 21.702 Seconds and 82.942
2. Dale Bounds # 17 MPH on lap 13
3. Joe Warren* # 11
4. Eddie Williams # 91 2nd Track Fast Lap: 22.055 Seconds and
5. Mike Wilson # 12 91.614 MPH on lap 1
Remaining Field Follows:
Mike Wharton 100, Hal Browning 46, Travis Justice* 23, Kelly Putz 59, Kevin Scott, Jr.* 12K, Billy Mellon* 56, Bobby Williamson 41, Shane Sockriter* 28, Brooks Fleetwood* 20, Dan Feidler* 37.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Ross Robinson 21.315 seconds and 84.448MPH on lap 6
Dale Bounds 21.344 seconds and 84.333 MPH on lap 2
Mike Wharton 21.780 seconds and 82.645 MPH on lap 2
Joe Warren 21.812 seconds and 82.253 MPH on lap 6
Kelly Putz 22.067 seconds and 81.570 MPH on lap 6

Tim White Claims All Fifteen Laps In The Camp Barnes Modified Lite Make Up Race
1-5 Results Were:
1. Tim White # 78 2nd Track Fast Lap: 22.925 Seconds and 78.715
MPH on lap 15
2. Steve White # 93 Track Fast Lap: 22.907 Seconds and 78.579
3. Brandon Dennis # 10 MPH on lap 8
4. Herb Tunis # 85
5. Randy Hill, Jr. # 42
Remaining Field Follows:
Erik McKinney V75, Mike Stratton 75, Aaron Bada 10H, Jody Cahall* 77, Richie Wilson* 15R, Kirk Miles 21, Rick Wheatley 14, Nick Hendricks 22X, DNS: Russell Dadds 38.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Tim White 22.871 seconds and 78.702 MPH on lap 2
Brandon Dennis 22.962 seconds and 78.390 MPH on lap 6
Steve White 23.008 seconds and 78.234 MPH on lap 6
Nick Hendricks 23.146 seconds and 77.767 MPH on lap 1
Herb Tunis 23.301 seconds and 77.250 MPH on lap 1

Steve White Claims Yet Another Win To Total Six Wins In The Modified Lite Feature
1-5 Results Were:
1. Steve A. White # 76 Track Fast Lap: Results have 13.896
Seconds and 129.534 MPH on lap 14 That has to be an error?
2. Mike Stratton # 75 2nd Track Fast Lap: Set by Kirk Miles 22.976
3. Tim White # 78 Seconds and 78.343 MPH on lap 8
4. Herb Tunis # 85
5. Erik McKinney # V75
Remaining Field Follows:
Richie Wilson* 15R, Aaron Bada 10H, Jody Cahall* 77, Kirk Miles 21, Randy Hill 42, Greg Taylor 11A, Mike Hovatter 2, Brandon Dennis 10, Rick Wheatley 14, DNS: Nick Hendricks 22X.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Steve White 22.671 seconds and 79.397 MPH on lap 1
Herb Tunis 23.766 seconds and 79.065 MPH on lap 3
Richie Wilson 22.794 seconds and 79.968 MPH on lap 4
Tim White 22.819 seconds and 78.882 MPH on lap 2
Brandon Dennis 22.889 seconds and 78.640 MPH on lap 2

Pole Starter Ron Wilson Picks Up Win Number Three In The Little Lincoln Race
1. Ron Wilson # 15
2. Jamie Wagner # 3
3. Jim Miller III # 57
4. Pat McNeil # 00
5. Mel Joseph, Jr. # 30
Remaining Field Follows:
Bill Brittingham, 4, Matt Johnson 69*, Donald Robinson, Jr. 64, Emory West 7X, Wayne Wilkerson 43, Jeff Webb* 2, Tony Daisey 7, Kenny Foy 47, Tim Chambers 22.

Bonnie Nibblett
www.redbud69racing.com Your Delaware and Surrounding Tracks Race News Plus NASCAR


Delaware International Results July 15, 2006

Donnie Radd Picks Up First Win For 2006 In The Twenty-five Lap Big Block Modified Feature
1-5 Results Were:
1. Donnie Radd # 55 Track Fast Lap: 20.26 Seconds and
88.845 MPH on lap 6
2. Cliff Foskey # 28 2nd Track Fast Lap: 20.319 Seconds
3. Ricky Johnson # 69 and 88.587 MPH on lap 20
4. H. J. Bunting III # 91
5. Robert Dutton # 888
Remaining Field Follows:
Norman Short, Jr. 8M, Steve Downs II 12D, Chuck Tucker 39W, Craig Ott T10, Jeff Paulson 15, Drew Simmons 48, Eddie Collins 16, Tim Millman 410, Jamie Mills 30, Glen Reed 35, Glenn Richards 9D, beau Wilkins 85.
Heats: 1 ST: D. Radd 55 3rd Track Fast Lap: 20.265 seconds and 88.823 MPH on lap 7, B. Wilkins 85 2nd Track Fast Lap: 20.227 seconds and 88.99 MPH on lap 5,H. J. Bunting 91, C. Foskey 28, R. Johnson 69 Track Fast Lap: 20.146 seconds and 89.348 MPH on lap 3, C. Tucker 39W, Glen Reed 35, D. Simmons 48. 2 ND: N. Short, Jr. 8M 2nd Track Fast Lap: 20.326 seconds and 88.557 MPH on lap 3, R. Dutton 888, J. Mills 30 3rd Track Fast Lap: 20.434 seconds and 88.088 MPH on lap 5, T. Millman 410, S. Down II 12D, Glen Richards 98 Track Fast Lap: 20.306 seconds and 88.644 MPH on lap 3, E. Collins 16, C. Ott T10.

Richard Jarvis, Jr. Wins Second DIS Late Model Feature For This Season And Second Straight Win Of The Weekend
1-5 Results Were:
1. Richard Jarvis, Jr. # 47 Track Fast Lap: 19.719 Seconds
and 91.283 MPH on lap 19
2. Donald Lingo, Jr. # 55L 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.755
Seconds and 91.116 MPH on lap 20
3. Gary Simpson* # 12K
4. Kenny Pettyjohn # 38S
5. David Hill # 75
Remaining Field Follows:
Anthony Rushing 11, Ray Davis Jr. 84, Rob Massey 6X, Bob Geiger 38, Dave Graber 51, Mark Williams* 26, Kerry King K&B, Lou Johnson 96, Larry Meadows* 00,
Heats: 1 ST: R. Davis, Jr. 84, D. Lingo, Jr. 55L Track Fast Lap: 20.409 seconds and 88.196 MPH on lap 7, R. Massey 6X 3rd Track Fast Lap: 20.889 seconds and 86.17 on lap 2, K. Pettyjohn 38S 2nd Track Fast Lap: 20.749 seconds and 86.751 MPH on lap 3, D. Hill 75, K. King K&B, D. Graber 51. 2ND: B. Geiger 38, Lou Johnson 96, R. Jarvis, Jr. 3rdTrack Fast Lap: 20.63 seconds and 87.252 MPH on lap 4, G. Simpson 12, 2nd Track Fast Lap: 20.615 seconds and 87.315 MPH on lap 5, A. Rushing 11 Track Fast Lap: 20.571 seconds and 87.502 MPH on lap 5, M. Williams* 26, DNS: L. Meadows* 00.

Jack Mullins, Jr. Back In Victory Lane Tonight With Win Number Four
1-5 Results Were:
1. Jack Mullins, Jr. # 1 Track Fast Lap: 21.74 Seconds and 82.797
MPH on lap 2
2. Richard White, Jr. # 27 2nd Track Fast Lap: 22.224 Seconds
3. Joseph Tracey # 37J and 80.994 MPH on lap 2
4. Brad Trice # 33
5. John Curtis # 17
Remaining Field Follows:
Mark Byram 57, Richie Walls, Sr. 26W, Billy Carr 29, Donnie Short 81, Justin Griffith 91, Bobby Ballantine* 10, Herbie Hemple* 53, Tom Evans 25, Chris Hitchens 1A, Morris Tucker 60, Andy Hammond 66, John Wynn* 79, DNS: Grant Ireland 44.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
John Curtis 22.331 seconds and 80.605 MPH on lap 6
Richard White, Jr. 22.449 seconds and 80.182 MPH on lap 3
Joseph Tracy 22.622 seconds and 79.589 MPH on lap 3
Tommy Evans 22.742 seconds and 79.149 MPH on lap 4
Brad Trice 22.784 seconds and 79.003 MPH on lap 5

Mike Wharton Wins Street Modified/TSS Late Model Feature At DIS
1-5 Results Were:
1. Mike Wharton # 100 Track Fast Lap: 22.439Seconds and
80.217 MPH on lap 14
2. Buddy Shockley # 16
3. Joe Warren* # 11
4. Hal Browning # 46
5. Ross Robinson* # 7 2nd Track Fast Lap: 22.45 Seconds
and 80.178 MPH on lap 13
Remaining Field Follows:
Chris Sockriter 32, Mike Wilson 12, Travis Justice* 23, Rick Eskridge 56, Mike Williams 11, Bobby Williamson 41, Kevin Scott, Jr.* 12K, Shane Sockriter* 37, Gus Economides 30, Dale Bounds 17, DNS: Kelly Putz 59.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Mike Wharton 21.559 seconds and 83.492 MPH on lap 2
Dale Bounds 21.727 seconds and 82.846 MPH on lap 3
Joe Warren 21.129 seconds and 81.341 MPH on lap 1
Travis Justice 22.223 seconds and 82.211 MPH on lap 6
Chris Sockriter 22.441 seconds and 80.997 on lap 3

Joe Warren Gets Make-up Win In Camp Barnes Street Modified/TSS Late Model
1. Joe Warren* # 11 Track Fast Lap: 21.975 Seconds and
2. Mike Williams # 14 81.911 MPH on lap 14
3. Mike Wharton # 100 2nd Track Fast Lap: 21.998 Seconds
4. Ross Robinson* # 7 and 81.565 MPH on lap 10
5. Hal Browning # 46
Remaining Field Follows:
Travis Justice* 23, Mike Wilson 12, Chris Sockriter 32, Bobby Williamson 41, Kevin Scott, Jr.* 12K, Dale Bounds 17, Shane Sockriter 37, Kelly Putz 59, DNS: Bobby Watkins 4, Jon Callaway 95, Eddie Williams 91, Rick Eskridge 56, Gary Manos 72, Skip Syester* 5
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Dale Bounds 21.353 seconds and 84.297 MPH on lap 5
Kelly Putz 21.635 seconds and 83.199 MPH on lap 2
Joe Warren 21.806 seconds and 82.546 MPH on lap 3
Mike Williams 21.833 seconds and 82.444 MPH on lap 5
Mike Wharton 21.920 seconds and 82.117 MPH on lap 5

Randy Hill, Jr. Claims First Career Win In Modified Lite Action
1-5 Results Were:
1. Randy Hill, Jr. # 41
2. Herb Tunis # 85 2nd Track Fast Lap: 23.306 Seconds and
3. Brandon Dennis # 10 77.233 MPH on lap 13
4. Tim White # 78 Track Fast Lap: 23.244 Seconds and
5. Aaron Bada # 10H 77.439 MPH on lap 9
Remaining Field Follows:
Mike Stratton 75, Kirk Miles 21, Rick Wheatley 14, Keith Layton 3, Bucky McKnatt 48, Mike Hovatter 2, Erik McKinney V75.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Randy Hill Jr. 22.802 seconds and 79.940 MPH on lap 1
Brandon Dennis 22.955 seconds and 78.414 MPH on lap 2
Tim White 22.964 seconds and 78.384 MPH on lap 3
Herb Tunis 23.170 seconds and 77.687 MPH on lap 3
Erik McKinney 23.544 seconds and 76.453 MPH on lap 4

Bonnie Nibblett
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Delaware Bits & Parts July 7 - 15, 2006

GEORGETOWN
GT ran BB Modifieds July 7, and what a great show it was on the big 1/2 mile oval. Keith Hoffman picked up his first win at GT in BB action. Bobby Watkins picked up the win in TSS Late Model action and Joseph Watson 39, (comes from Micro racing along with his brother Jordon) won the TSS Modified feature. Jamie Mills 30 won the first heat and Billy Pauch won the 2nd heat in the Will Brown number 1W. Billy Carr 29 won the first heat in TSS Mod action and Tim Trimble had his best finish in a heat with 2nd. Joe Warren* 11, has really been strong his first year in this class coming from Mod Lites, and has really put on the power winning his heat.

Bobby Firth run BP and visited GT, and placed a 9th place finish. Howard O'Neal took a wild ride in the heats flipping in turn 3, forcing him to a back up car. Donny Radd was running hot and did not finish, Norman Short burned a value, and rookie Ross Robinson continued to struggle with problems and still unable to crack the code to get it going again until Saturday night; they reported a wire going from the started to the ignition had melted. Jamie Mills had running hot issues.

GT ran Late Models this week, with Richard Jarvis, Jr. 47, winning and the Saturday night feature at DIS winning the Super Late Model feature; Joseph Watson 30, won TSS Mod, and Sparky White 17, won the TSS Late Model and first career win at GT.

This weekend the Big Block Modifieds will run along with the two TSS crate classes. Gates open 5:00 PM, Drivers Meeting 6:30 PM, Warm ups 7:00 PM. Gate admission is only $10, 12 year old and under free, and the Pits $25. Track hotline is 302-856-7415; fax 302-856-7416. Check the tracks web at www.georgetownspeedway.com or www.redbud69racing.com for any updates. See you at the track!

DELAWARE INTERNATIONAL
July 8, 2006 BB mod driver Joe Dekutoski in 101J made first show at DIS and finished 12th. The track was real heavy and super fast. Norman Short dropped in another motor on Saturday and takes the BB win. Tim Millman troubles continued when the water pump broke sending the fan through the radiator. Then this Sat. night a big white puff of smoke blinding all the drivers behind him and ending his night.

Jamie Mills continued with running hot with the water pump breaking after just changing it. Veteran Hal Browning has really had his share of bad luck to say the least in the last few weeks. But Hal says I'll be back. He broke a rear radius rod while 3rd in the feature, where he hit the front wall just under the flag stand on lap 12. Beau Wilkins had a flat tire in the heat and was in 3rd.

Street driver Bobby Williamson has been consistent in top 10 finishes so far this year. the cat was let out of he bag when Mike Michaelson turned out to be Dale Bounds driving in the # 17 Mod Lite Bucky McNatt held his first ever pole in a feature.

Camp Barnes was a big hit with a lot of cars and fans supporting the Delaware State Police & Camp Barnes, Inc. Only the qualifying, and 3 features were completed before the rain began to drop ending the night. Beau Wilkins represented DE very well with taking the win in BB action. Ricky Elliott continued his winning streak winning the Late Model feature, and the week before he won $20,000 at Clary's track in NC. Bill Brittingham won the Little Lincoln race. TSS Late/Street action looked to be a good score for Dale Bounds starting on the pole in the make race for the late models, but he only drifted further back. They reported they ripped the spline out of the rear. A quick fix trying to get a good connection were spoiled and did not last.

The Street Modified feature was made up July 15, with Joe Warren winning. The TSS Modified will make up their race next Saturday night, July 22; the Mod Lite will be made up on July 29. Jon Callway showed up in a TSS Late Model at GT on the 7th with Jason Dean driving, Sat. the 8th Callaway made his debut and finished 3rd in the feature. Billy Mellon had his TSS Late Model in action for the first time July 8.

Lou Johnson had the car getting hot again the same as last week, they thought they fixed it but Nah. Beau Wilkins left the BB feature just after it started with ignition trouble and Jamie Mills was plagued with more problems ending his night early. Donny Radd earned a well deserved win Saturday night in the Cintas, Keith Coulbourne's owned BB. Jack Mullins, Jr. racked up his 4th win in the TSS Mod feature and sported a new look since they had sold the sponsor restaurant. Randy Hill, Jr. picked up his first career win at DIS Saturday night.
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GEORGETOWN SPEEDWAY RESULTS RESULTS July 14, 2006
(*) Denotes Rookie

POS # DRIVER                    POS # DRIVER                    POS # DRIVER
1 47 Richard Jarvis Jr.        1 30 Jordan Watson*           1 17 Sparky White
2 11 Anthony Rushing         2 39 Joseph Watson*           2 4 Bobby Watkins
3 22A Scott Cross               3 27 Richard White, Jr.        3 11 Joe Warren*
4 91 Ricky Elliott                  4 26w Richie Walls, Sr.        4 100 Mike Wharton
5 38S Kenny Pettyjohn        5 1A Chris Hitchens              5 2 John Hudson
6 118 Rob Schirmer            6 91 Justin Griffith                 6 46 Hal Browning
7 90K Ray Kable Jr.            7 29 Billy Carr                        7 41 Bobby Williamson
8 10 David Pettyjohn           8 37M Mike White*                8 5 Skip Syester
9 PJ1 Mark Pettyjohn          9 21 Tim Trimble                    9 12 Mike Wilson
10 38 Bob Geiger               10 66 Andy Hammond          10 59 Kelly Putz
11 26 Mark Williams*         11 10 Bobby Ballentine*       11 23 Travis Justice*
12 M14 Mike Williams       12 92 Herman Powell            12 95 Jason Dean
13 81 Mark Elksnis             13 46 Jerry Carter II*             13 7 Ross Robinson*
14 119 Rob Ormsbee         14 79 John Wynn*                 14 37 Shane Sockriter*
15 59 Kelly Putz*                  15 17 John Curtis                 15 32 Chris Sockriter
16 19 Bryan Whaley            16 14K Ron Riccio                16 1 Josh Hudson
                                               17 57 Mark Byram
                                               18 60 Morris Tucker


U. S. 13 Kart Club Results July 14, 2006

JUNIOR I
1. Dylan Evans # 80
2. Nicholas Brobst # 19
3. Tyler Messick # 00
4. Josh Clark # 18
5. Adam Weber # 20
Heat Winner - Dylan Evans # 80

JUNIOR II
1. Brandon Oakley # 75
2. Cody Hitchens # 38
3. Clint Chalabala # 44
4. Cody Dawson # 36
5. Derek Magee # 96
Heat Winner - Cody Hitchens # 38

JUNIOR III
1. Brad Collins # 12
2. Kyle Dixon # 84
3. Mark Droney # 9
4. Jacob Pearson # 24
5. Michael Allaband # 8
Heat Winner - Jacob Pearson # 24

STOCK-LITE
1. Bryan Brobst # 11
2. Shane Forrest # 01
3. Greg Tucker # 15
4. Brandon Beale # 10
5. Butch Tucker # 7
Heat Winner - Greg Tucker # 15

STOCK-MEDIUM
1. Bryan Brobst # 11
2. Chad Larimore # 28
3. Lee Hurlock # 1
4. Joe Morris # 52
5. Jim Tyre # 02
Heat Winner - Joe Morris # 52

STOCK-HEAVY
1. Richie Hornsby # 1
2. Clay Tatman # 92
3. Horace Wilson # 29
4. Troy Davis # 97
5. Mike Reynolds # 48
Heat Winner - Clay Tatman # 92

STOCK-XTRA-HEAVY
1. Mike Reynolds # 48
2. Danny Selby # 48
3. Jason Hastings # 25
4. John Bunting # 5
Heat Winner - Mike Reynolds # 48

LIMITED
1. Randy Wroten # 54
2. Ron Peek # 46
3. John Macklin # 96
4. Dale Blades # 55
5. Bill Layton # 1 dnw
Heat Winner - Randy Wroten # 54

JUNIOR I Rookie Class
1. Tony Woody # 24
2. Ryan Dryden # 3
3. Chris Eck # 33
4. Conner Savage # 81
5. Jamie Gordon # 90
Heat Winner - Donnie Tingle # 74

PEE WEE
1. Zach Bullis # 99
2. Jamie Emory # 00
3. Austin Barker # 41
4. Nathaniel Cannon # 23
5. Devon Dodson # 55
Heat Winner - Jamie Emory # 00

PEE WEE II (Rookie)
1. Mikayla Johnson # 8
2. Evan Dennis # 01
3. Trevor Collins # 7
4. Tabitha Selby # 32
5. Jason Bloom # 40

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Results for Delaware International Speedway July 12, 2006
Denotes (*) Rookie

Beau Wilkins Wins The Camp Barnes 25-lap Big Block Modified Feature
1-5 Results Were:
1. Beau Wilkins # 85 2nd Track Fast Lap: 20.237 Seconds **
2. Jimmy Horton # 42 Track Fast Lap: Set by Jamie Mills
3. Billy Pauch # 1W 19.900 Seconds
4. Richie Pratt, Jr. # 901 3rd Track Fast Lap: H. J. Bunting III
5. Bobby Wilkins # 9 20.307 Seconds
Remaining Field Follows:
Kenny Brightbill 19, Jimmy Chester 44, Ricky Johnson 69, Judd Mills 1R, Norman Short, Jr. 8M, Steve Downs II 12D, Rich Rutski 81, Cliff Foskey 28, Chuck Tucker 39W, Barry Voss 555, Dale Hawkins 83, H. J. Bunting 91, Ryan Godown 26, Wade Hendrickson 2W, Jamie Mills 30, Kevin Hirthler 91D, Glen Reed 35, Donnie Radd 55.

Heats: 1 ST: H. J. Bunting 91, 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.789 seconds and 90.96 MPH on lap 6, R. Godown 26 , Track Fast Lap: 91.879 seconds and 91.879 MPH on lap 7, J. Horton 42, D. Radd 55, Rich Rutski 81, J. Mills 1R, W. Hendrickson 2W, S. Downs II 12D.
2 ND: J. Mills 30 Track Fast Lap: 19.956 seconds and 90.198 MPH on lap 6, R. Johnson 69 2nd: Track Fast Lap: 19.989 seconds and 90.05 MPH on lap 5, J. Chester 44, R. Pratt, Jr. 901, N. Short, Jr. 8M, C. Tucker 39W, B Voss 555, T. Curtis 57.
3rd: B. Wilkins 85, Track Fast Lap: 19.605 seconds and 91.813 MPH on lap 4, B. Pauch 1W 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.935 seconds and 90.293 MPH on lap 6, K. Brightbill 19, B. Wilkins 9, C. Foskey 28, G. Reed 35, K. Hirthler 91D, D. Hawkins 83, H. O'Neal R1.

3 heats held with time trials to determine heat line ups. Then, 3 heats taking 6 cars but all qualified with total of 25 cars.
** No times in MPH for Modifieds available for Modified feature

Ricky Elliott "The Rocket" Wins Camp Barnes 25 Lap Feature And Fourth Straight Win At DIS For 2006
1-5 Results Were:
1. Ricky Elliott # 91 2nd Track Fast Lap: 20.176 seconds and
2. Donald Lingo, Jr. # 55L 89.215 MPH on lap 22
3. Darryl Hills # 7 3rd Track Fast Lap: 20.294 Seconds and
88.696 on lap 5
4. Anthony Rushing # 11 Track Fast Lap: Set by Jerry
Foster 19.785 Seconds and
5. Ray Kable, Jr. # 90K 90.978 MPH on lap 24
Remaining Field Follows:
David Williams 25W, David Hill 75, Mark Pettyjohn PJ1, Scott Haus 76, Dale Lingo IV 99L, Gary Simpson* 12K, Ray Tucker 4, Tim Murphy 21M, Mike Williams M14, Jerry Foster 5, Richard Jarvis, Jr. 47, Kenny Pettyjohn 38S, Matt Hubbard 12, David Pettyjohn PJ2, Jamie Eichholz 61, Bobby Dryden 44, Lou Johnson 96, Ray Davis, Jr. 84, Kerry King K&B.

Heats: 1 ST: D. Hills 7 Track Fast Lap: 19.709 seconds and 91.329 MPH on lap 7, R. Kable, Jr. 90K 2nd Track Fast Lap: 20.05 seconds and 89.776 MPH on lap 8, L. Johnson 96, K. King K&B, J. Eichholz 61, R. Davis, Jr. 84.
2 ND: R. Elliott Track Fast Lap: 19.199 seconds and 93.765 MPH on lap 3, D. Williams 25W, S. Haus 76 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.298 seconds and 93.274 MPH on lap 2 J. Foster 5, R. Jarvis, Jr. 47, T. Murphy 21M.
3RD: D. Lingo, Jr. 55L Track Fast Lap: 19.216 seconds and 93.662 MPH on lap 3, D. Lingo, 99L, A. Rushing 11 3rd Track Fast Lap: 19.722 seconds and 91.269 MPH on lap 3, D. Hill 75, K. Pettyjohn 38S, G. Simpson* 12K, R. Tucker 4 had the 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.69 seconds and 91.417 MPH on lap 3, but had a flat lap 7 of the heat.
Consi: M Hubbard 12 Track Fast Lap: 20.15 seconds and 89.33 MPH on lap 6, M. Pettyjohn PJ1, B Dryden 44, 2nd Track Fast Lap: 20.387 seconds and 88.292 MPH on lap 5, R. Tucker 4, D. Pettyjohn PJ2, M. Williams M14, M. Williams* 26, B. Geiger 38, DNS: K. Putz 59. DNS: M. Pettyjohn PJ1, David Pettyjohn PJ2, R. Rucker 4.

3 heats held taking 6 cars and 1 consi taking 6 cars.
***Rain dampened tonight activities and the remaining classes will race in the next few weeks on the regular speedway's Saturday night events. As soon as the date if will be announced.

Bill Brittingham Wins The Camp Barnes Benefit Little Lincoln Feature
1. Bill Brittingham # 4
2. Tim Chambers # 22
3. Ron Wilson # 15
4. Jim Miller, III 57
5. Donald Robinson, Jr. 64
Remaining Field Follows:
Matt Johnson 69, Jamie Wagner 3, Matt Tipton 7X, Mel Joseph, Jr. 30, Ron Wilson 15, Albert Mitchell 10, Jeff Webb 2, Kenny Foy 47, Jeff Karr 7K, Wayne Wilkerson 43, Tony Daisey 7, Pat McNeil 00.
Pat McNeil lost his motor and the track had him scored in 15th, however the official of the club Dave Fleming said Daisey should be 15th and McNeil last.

AC Delco TSS Modified Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Ryan Walls* 21.549 seconds and 83.531 MPH on lap 5
Joseph Watson* 21.746 seconds and 82.774 MPH on lap 4
Brad Trice 21.782 seconds and 82.637 MPH on lap 2
Jordon Watson 21.785 seconds and 82.626 MPH on lap 2
Matt Jester 21.838 seconds and 82.425 MPH on lap 2

Street Modified/TSS Late Model Class Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Dale Bounds 21.353 seconds and 84.297 MPH on lap 5
Kelly Putz 21.635 seconds and 83.199 MPH on lap 2
Joe Warren 21.806 seconds and 82.546 MPH on lap 3
Mike Williams 21.833 seconds and 82.444 MPH on lap 5
Mike Wharton 21.920 seconds and 82.117 MPH on lap 5

Modified Lite Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Tim White 22.871 seconds and 78.702 MPH on lap 2
Brandon Dennis 22.962 seconds and 78.390 MPH on lap 6
Steve White 23.008 seconds and 78.234 MPH on lap 6
Nick Hendricks 23.146 seconds and 77.767 MPH on lap 1
Herb Tunis 23.301 seconds and 77.250 MPH on lap 1

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GEORGETOWN SPEEDWAY RESULTS
RESULTS July 7, 2006 (*) Denotes Rookie

Big Block Modified TSS MODIFIEDS TSS LATE MODELS
POS # DRIVER POS # DRIVER POS # DRIVER
1 6 Keith Hoffman 1 39 Joseph Watson* 1 4 Bobby Watkins
2 26 Ryan Godown 2 14w Ryan Walls* 2 100 Mike Wharton
3 69 Ricky Johnson 3 30 Jordan Watson* 3 12 Mike Wilson
4 1w Billy Pauch 4 57 Mark Byram 4 23 Travis Justice*
5 19 Kenny Brightbill 5 33 Brad Trice 5 11 Joe Warren*
6 35 Glenn Reed 6 27 Richard White 6 59 Kelly Putz
7 1R Judd Mills 7 37M Mike White* 7 46 Hal Browning
8 85 Beau Wilkins 8 21 Tim Trimble 8 95 Jason Dean
9 737 Bobby Firth 9 46 Jerry Carter* II 9 41 Bobby Williamson
10 39W Chuck Tucker 10 8 Donnie Dutton, Jr. 10 5 Skip Syester
11 12D Steve Downs II 11 1A Chris Hitchens 11 32 Chris Sockriter
12 9 Bobby Wilkins 12 60 Morris Tucker 12 7D Sparky White*
13 55 Donny Radd 13 764 Mike Karr 13 1 Josh Hudson
14 888 Robert Dutton 14 53 Art Valdesere, Jr. 14 7 Ross Robinson*
15 30 Jamie Mills 15 29 Billy Carr 15 91 Eddie Williams
16 9D Jason Daliessio 16 91 Justin Griffith DNS
17 R1 Howard O'Neal 17 99C Brad Bradberry* DNS
18 101 Colby Steele 18 79 John Wynn DNS
19 410 Tim Millman DNS
20 8 Norman Short, Jr. DNS
Heats:
Big Block Modified - 1st: Jamie Mills 30, Bobby Wilkins 85, Ricky Johnson 69, Keith Hoffman 6, Robert Dutton 888, Bobby Firth 737. 2nd: Billy Pauch 1W, Ryan Godown 26, Donny Radd 55, Steve Downs II 12D, Glen Reed 35, Howard O'Neal R1, Colby Steele 101, Tim Millman.
TSS Modified - 1st: Billy Carr 29, Tim Trimble 21, Mike White* 37M, Ryan Walls* 14W, Brad Trice 33, Donnie Dutton, Jr. 8, Jerry Carter II 46, Art Valdesere, Jr. 53. 2nd: Joseph Watson* 30, Morris Tucker 60, Chris Hitchens 1A, Richard White, Jr. 27, Mike Karr 764, Brad Bradberry* 99C, Justin Griffith 91, Jordon Watson* 39, Mark Byram 57.
TSS Late Model/ Street Modified - 1st: Joe Warren* 11, Jason Dean 95, Travis Justice* 23, Chris Sockriter 32. 2nd: Mike Wharton 100, Mike Wilson 12, Kelly Putz 59, Sparky White 7D, Josh Hudson 1, Skip Syester 5.
Some really good action at the track tonight! Next event July 14, 2006 with Super Late Models and the two TSS Crate divisions, Gate open 5 PM, track hot line 302-856-7415. Visit www.redbud69racing.com for updates and news as well as the tracks web at www.georgetownspeedway.com


Results for Delaware International Speedway July 8, 2006
Denotes (*) Rookie

Norman Short, Jr. Was Not Short Saturday Night With Winning His First Feature For 2006 In The Twenty-five Lap Big Block Modified Feature
1-5 Results Were:
1. Norman Short, Jr. # 8 Track Fast Lap: 19.379 Seconds and
92.884 MPH on lap 16
2. Ricky Johnson # 69 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.478 Seconds and
92.412 MPH on lap 8
3. Robert Dutton # 888
4. Donny Radd # 55
5. Tim Millman 410
Remaining Field Follows:
H. J. Bunting 91, B Wilkins 85, Howard O'Neal R1, Glen Reed 35, Glen Richards 98, Chuck Tucker 39W, Joe Dekutoski 101J, Eddie Collins 16, Craig Ott T10, Larry Crouse 99, Jamie Mills 30, Deron Rust 9D, Art Valdesere Jr. 53.
Heats: 1 ST: N. Short, Jr. Track Fast Lap: 19.443 seconds and 92.578 on lap 5, R. Johnson 69 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.586 seconds and 91.902 MPH on lap 6, H. J. Bunting 91, G. Richards 98, G. Reed 35, C. Tucker 39W, C. Ott T10, L. Crouse 99, Art Valdesere Jr. 53.
2 ND: R. Dutton 888, J. Mills 30, T. Millman 410 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.615 seconds and 91.767 MPH on lap, D. Radd 55, H. O'Neal R1, B. Wilkins 85 Track Fast Lap: 19.341 seconds and 93.067 MPH on lap 4, E. Collins 16, D. rust 9D, DNS: J. Dekutoski 101J.

Richard Jarvis, Jr. Drives By All To Win His First Of The Season Late Model Win At DIS
1-5 Results Were:
1. Richard Jarvis, Jr. # 47 Track Fast Lap: Set By Donald Lingo, Jr.
2. Kenny Pettyjohn # 38S 19.242 Seconds and 93.545 MPH on lap 9
3. Rick Whaley # 4
4. David Hill # 75 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.259 Seconds
5. Gary Simpson* # 12K and 93.463 MPH on 11
Remaining Field Follows:
Rob Massey 6X, Bob Geiger 38, Ray Davis Jr. 84, Mark Williams* 26, Donald Lingo, Jr., Larry Meadows* 00, Rob Schirmer 118.
Heats: 1 ST: D. Lingo, Jr. 55L 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.341 seconds and 93.067 MPH on lap 8, K. Pettyjohn 38S, D. Hill 75 Track Fast Lap: 19.019 seconds and 94.648 MPH on lap 3, R. Schirmer 118, M. Williams* 26. 2 ND: R. Jarvis, Jr. Track Fast Lap: 19.344 seconds and 93.052 MPH on lap 8, R. Whaley 4, G. Simpson* 12K 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.499 seconds and 92.312 MPH on lap 8, L. Meadows 00, R. Davis, Jr. 84.

Ryan Walls Finds Himself Back In Victory Lane With Back To Back Wins and Back to Back Two Weekend Wins
1-5 Results Were:
1. Ryan Walls* # 14W Track Fast Lap: 21.202 Seconds and
84.898 MPH on lap 13
2. Richard Walls, Sr. # 26W 2nd Track Fast Lap: 21.384 Seconds
3. Jack Mullins, Jr. # 1 and 84.175 on lap 14
4. Brad Trice # 33
5. Joseph Tracy # 37J
Remaining Field Follows:
Tom Evans 25, Mike white* 37M, Billy Carr 29, Grant Ireland 44, Chris Hitchens 1A, Mark Byram 57, Tim Trimble 21, John Curtis 17, Justin Griffith 91, Herman Powell 92, George Richardson 15, Bobby Ballantine* 10, Herbie Hemple* 53, Brad Bradbury* 99C, Rick Loveland 69, Morris Tucker 60, Richard White, Jr. 27.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Jack Mullins, Jr. 22.201 seconds and 84.902 MPH on lap 3
Ryan Walls* 21.364 seconds and 84.254 MPH on lap 5
Brad Trice 21.456 seconds and 83.893 MPH on lap 3
Joseph Tracy 21.467 seconds and 83.850 MPH on lap 4
Billy Carr 21.539 seconds and 83.569 MPH on lap 4

Mike Michaelson Picks Up First Win In The Street Modified/TSS Late Model Class Feature
1-5 Results Were:
1. Mike Michaelson # 7D Track Fast Lap: 21.479 Seconds
and 83.803 MPH on lap 8
2. Joe Warren* # 11 2nd Track Fast Lap: 21.817 Seconds and
3. Jon Callaway* # 95 82.504 MPH on lap 16
4. Kelly Putz # 59
5. Kevin Scott, Jr.* # 12K
Remaining Field Follows:
Mike Wilson 12, Travis Justice* 23, Bobby Williamson 41, Eddie Williams 91, Buddy Shockley 16, Hal Browning 46, Ross Robinson* 7, Shane Sockriter* 32, Chris Sockriter 37.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Joe Warren 21.587 seconds and 83.384 MPH on lap 6
Ross Robinson 21.633 seconds and 83.206 MPH on lap 9
Jon Callaway 21.817 seconds and 82.504 MPH on lap 9
Kelly Putz 21.873 seconds and 82.293 MPH on lap 2
Travis Justice 21.895 seconds and 82.211 MPH on lap 6

Steve A. White Claims Yet Another Win To Total Five Victories For 2006
1-5 Results Were:
1. Steve A. White # 76 Track Fast Lap: Set by Randy Hill, Jr.
2. Brandon Dennis # 10 21.403 Seconds and 84.1 MPH on lap 10
3. Tim White # 78 2nd Track Fast Lap: Set by Aaron Bada
4. Herb Tunis # 85 22.585 MPH on lap 14
5. Erik McKinney # V75
Remaining Field Follows:
Aaron Bada 10H, Jody Cahall* 77, Randy Hill, Jr. 42, Billy Mellon* 56, Kirk Miles 21, Bucky McKnatt 48, Russell Dadds 38, Mike Hovatter 2, Keith Layton 3.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Steve White 22.227 seconds and 80.983 MPH on lap 2
Tim White 22.564 seconds and 79.773 MPH on lap 1
Brandon Dennis 22.929 seconds and 78.503 MPH on lap 2
Erik McKinney 23.030 seconds and 78.159 MPH on lap 6
Randy Hill, Jr. 23.107 seconds and 77.898 MPH on lap 5

2005 Little Lincoln Rookie Of The Year Jamie Wagner Earns First Career Win Saturday Night With Dueling The Whole 12 Laps For All
1. Jamie Wagner # 3
2. Bill Brittingham # 4
3. Ron Wilson # 15
4. Tim Chambers # 22
5. Tony Daisey # 7
Remaining Field Follows:
Jim Miller, III 57, Mel Joseph, Jr. 30, Matt Tipton 7X, Albert Mitchell 10, Wayne Wilkerson 43, Jeff Karr 7K, Kenny Foy 47, Matt Johnson 69, Pat McNeil 00, Jeff Webb 2, Donald Robinson, Jr. 64

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2006 Delaware State Dirt Divisional Series (WKA) Kart Results July 8, 2006

JUNIOR I LITE
1. Dylan Evans # 80
2. Tyler Messick # 00
3. Buddy Bloom, IV # 40
4. Adam Weber # 20
5. Brandon Sturgis # 10
Heat Winner - Dylan Evans # 80 13.026 seconds
JUNIOR I HEAVY
1. Nicholas Brobst # 19
2. Dylan Evans # 80
3. Adam Weber # 20
4. Buddy Bloom IV # 40
5. Tyler Messick # 00
Heat Winner - Nicholas Brobst # 19 13.286 seconds
JUNIOR II LITE
1. Robbie Emory # 99
2. Austin Wright # 1
3. Skyler Butler # 8
4. Brett Savage # 04
5. Brandon Oakley # 75
Heat Winner - Brett Savage # 04 12.553 seconds
JUNIOR II HEAVY
1. Clint Chalabala # 44
2. Brett Savage # 04
3. Robbie Emory # 99
4. Brandon Oakley # 75
5. Skyler Butler # 8
Heat Winner - Brett Savage # 04 13.030 seconds
JUNIOR III LITE
1. Brandon White # 09
2. Brad Collins # 12
3. Jacob Pearson # 24
4. Kyle Fuller # 68
5. Michael Allaband # 8
Heat Winner - Jacob Pearson # 24 12.074 seconds
JUNIOR III HEAVY
1. Brandon White # 09
2. Jacob Pearson # 24
3. Brad Collins # 12
4. Cody Belote # 60
5. Mark Droney # 9
Heat Winner - Brad Collins # 12 12.509 seconds
STOCK-LITE

1. Michael Scott # 17
2. Brandon Beale # 10
3. Shane Forrest # 01
4. Mark Wilkins # 16
5. Bryan Brobst # 11
Heat Winner - Shane Forrest # 01 12.391 seconds
STOCK-MEDIUM
1. Bryan Bradford # 94
2. Chad Hayes # 8
3. Buddy Sload Jr. # 53
4. Joe Morris # 52
5. Bryan Brobst # 11
Heat Winner - Bryan Bradford # 94 12.094
STOCK-HEAVY
1. Chad Reed # 8
2. Tom Moore # 59
3. Bryant Renfro # 3
4. Buddy Sload Jr. # 53
5. Todd Moran # 71
6. Shannon Morris # 7
Heat Winner Chad Reed # 8 12.733 seconds
STOCK-XTRA-HEAVY
1. Josh Williams # 3
2. Charles Hayes III # 8
3. Jason Hastings # 25
4. Allen Ford # 19
5. Danny Selby # 56 no trans
Heat Winner - Charles Hayes III # 8 12.151 seconds
SENIOR-STOCK
1. Mike Reynolds # 48
2. Ralph Moore # 5
3. Horace Wilson # 29
4. Jeff Coffey # 2
5. Kirk Harrington # 98
6. Jay Darling # 8
7. Allen Ford # 19 dnw
Heat Winner - Jeff Coffey # 2 12.247 seconds
LIMITED
1. Randy Wroten # 54
2. Bryant Renfro # 3
3. Dale Blades # 55
4. John Davis, Jr. # 11
5. Michael Ellerbush # 44 ns
Heat Winner - Randy Wroten # 54 11.978 seconds
ANIMAL HEAVY
1. Chad Reed # 8
2. Troy Davis # 97
3. Bryant Renfro # 3
4. Brandon Morris # 55
5. Josh Williams # 31
Heat Winner - Chad Reed # 8 12.094 seconds
ANIMAL MEDIUM
1. Chad Hayes # 8
2. Brandon Morris # 55
3. Horace Wilson # 29
4. Troy Davis # 97
5. Ken Ayres II, # 01
Heat Winner - Chad Hayes # 8 11.718 seconds
OUTLAW – OPEN
1. Michael Ellerbush # 4
2. Chester Pleasanton # 8
3. John Davis, Jr. # 11
4. John Macklin, Jr. # 96
5. Kenneth Peek # 46 no trans
Heat Winner - Michael Ellerbush # 4 11.436 seconds


Results for Delaware International Speedway July 1, 2006
Denotes (*) Rookie

Kevin Welsh In Full Command Of The Front Winning The URC Sprints Twenty-five Lap Feature
1-5 Results Were:
1. Kevin Welsh # 2W
2. Curt Michael # 99 2 nd Track Fast Lap: 17.387 Seconds
3. Greg Coverdale # 6 Track Fast Lap: Set by Brook Weibley # 56 17.291 Seconds
4. Randy West # 00
5. Kramer Williamson # 73
Remaining Field Follows:
Brian Seidel 5G, Mark Bitner 15, Sean Michael 92, Justin Collett 69, Ed Aikin 19A, Brooke Weibly 56, Scott Pursell 1, Mike Haggenbottom 54, Josh Weller 63, Tim Hogue 39, Midge Miller 8, Dave Betts, Jr. 22, Rob Stillwagon* 89, Jason Clauss 08, Jimmy Stitzel 1X, Dave Ely 3, Jon Eldreth 25, Will Urkuski 14, Johnny Zimmerman 19.
Heats: 1 ST: K. Welsh 2W 2nd Track Fast Lap: 16.985 seconds, B. Weibly 56 Track Fast Lap: 17.248 seconds, G. Coverdale 6, W. Urkuski 14, Brian Seidel 5G, R. Stillwagon* 89. 2 ND: J. Eldreth 25 2nd Track Fast Lap: 17.663 seconds, C. Michael 99 Track Fast Lap: 17.431 seconds, J. Clauss 08, R. West 19H, S. Michael 92, K. Williamson 73. 3 RD: J. Zimmerman 19, M. Bitner 15, M. Miller 8, S. Pursell 1, M. Haggenbottom 5G, E. Aikin 19A. B Main: D. Ely 3 Track Fast Lap: 18.072 seconds, J. Collett 69 2nd Track Fast Lap: 18.516 seconds, D. Betts 22, T. Hogue 39, J. Stitzel 1X, J. Weller 63.
35 URC Sprints were at the track. DNQ: either wreck or mechanical problems, Davey Sammons 79, Jamie Bodo 21B, Brian Brittingham 12, Dave Betts 22, Mares Stellfox 56M, Dave McGough 669, Mike Kostic 40, Bill Brian Jr. 00, Junior Martin 17, Scott McClaren 21, Gary Gollub 36.
First win for Welsh this year.
* Only lap seconds available for URC feature

Cliff Foskey Picks Up First Win For 2006 On Scott's Furniture Sponsor Night Modified Feature
1-5 Results Were:
1. Cliff Foskey # 28 2nd Track Fast Lap: 20.821 Seconds and 86.451 MPH on lap 16
2. H. J. Bunting III # 91 Track Fast Lap: Set by Glen Reed 20.809 Seconds and
3. Beau Wilkins # 85 86.501 MPH on lap 1
4. Ricky Johnson # 69
5. Donny Radd # 55
Remaining Field Follows:
Tim Millman 410, Jamie Mills 30, Howard O'Neal R1, Judd Mills 1R, Chuck Tucker 39W, Colby Steele 101, Dale Hawkins 83, Glen Richards 98, Craig Ott T10, Norman Short 16, Drew Simmons 48, Art Valdesere Jr. 53, Robert Dutton 888, Glen Reed 35, Deron Rust 9D, Steve Downs II 12D, DNS: Tom Curtis 57.
Heats: 1 ST: H. J. Bunting 91 Track Fast Lap: 20.368 seconds and 88.374 MPH on lap 6, R. Dutton 888, G. Reed 35, D. Hawkins 83, C. Steele 101 2nd Track Fast Lap: 20.709 seconds and 86.919 MPH on lap 1, C. Tucker 39W, G. Richards 98, D. Simmons 48, E. Collins 16, S. Downs II, 12D, N. Short 8M, J. Mills 30. 2 ND: B. Wilkins 85 Track Fast Lap: 20.08 seconds and 89.641 MPH on lap 8, R. Johnson 69, C. Foskey 28, T. Millman 410 2nd Track Fast Lap: 20.186 seconds and 89.171 MPH on lap 7, D. Radd 55, J. Mills 1R, H. O'Neal R1, T. Curtis 57, C. Ott T10, A. Valdesere Jr. 53, D. Rust 9D.
Cliff Foskey may have started 2nd, but he worked for his first win for 2006 on his sponsor's Sponsor night by Scott's Furniture. Only 1 lap in Foskey leans into turn 3, as leader Glen Reed went into turn3 just a bit out of line Foskey shoots to the bottom and took the lead. Lap 8 yellow brought Reed and Foskey still in 1 & 2 on the restart, but Reed gets a flat on the restart; on that restart Wilkins darts to 2nd. At 1/2 way it was Foskey, Wilkins, Ricky Johnson, H. J. Bunting, and Donny Radd. Bunting's car was reeling in and coming together as he moved to 3rd on lap 13. Lap 15 Johnson challenge Bunting on the outside but Bunting hold his line. Lap 19 Radd moved to 3rd through turns 3 & 4 but a caution is out. Restart had Foskey leading, Wilkins, Bunting, Radd, and Johnson. Lap 20 Wilkins wavered just a touch in turn 2 but gathers it up but Bunting is on the door knocking for 2nd. Lap 22 Bunting moved to 2nd. From that to the win with Bunting and Foskey wheel to wheel to the end with Foskey only having .076 lead. Foskey was superb the whole feature and well earn the win with some of the luck that team has had this season.
In the first heat, Norman Short, Jamie Mills, and Downs were 3 wide out of turn 2 and someone got loose causing a trickle down effect costing Short his car for the night, with a piece of the frame missing. Downs had a radius rod break but was able to fix it. Full field of modifieds were on hand tonight.
Tom Curtis had trouble and didn't run. Short drove the Eddie Collins in the feature.

Three Times To Delaware International Speedway And Three Wins To Ricky Elliott
1-5 Results Were:
1. Ricky Elliott # 91 Track Fast Lap: 19.158 Seconds and 93.956 MPH on lap 20
2. Lou Johnson # 96
3. Richard Jarvis, Jr. # 47
4. Donald Lingo, Jr. # 55L 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.499 Second and
5. Rick Whaley # 4 92.312 MPH on lap 14
Remaining Field Follows:
David Hill 75, Gary Simpson 12K, Ray Davis, Jr. 84, David Pettyjohn 10, Rob Massey 6X, Mark Williams* 26, Ed Drury 72, Bob Geiger 38, Dave Graber 51, Larry Meadows* 00, Kerry King K&B, Bobby Dryden 44.
Heats: 1 ST: D. Lingo 55L Track Fast Lap: 19.301 seconds and 93.259 MPH on lap 2, D. Hill 75, R. Massey 6X 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.461 seconds and 92.493 MPH on lap 2, B. Geiger 38, L. Johnson 96, R. Davis, Jr. 84, M. Williams 26, D. Graber 51, L. Meadows 00. 2 ND: R. Jarvis, Jr. 47 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.341 seconds and 93.067 MPH on lap 5, R. Elliott 91 Track Fast Lap: 19.043 seconds and 94.523 MPH on lap 6, G. Simpson 12K, R. Whaley 4, K. King K&B, B. Dryden 44, D. Pettyjohn 10, E. Drury 72.
Ricky Elliott made his 3rd appearance and took home the 3rd win. Elliott also won at Georgetown Friday night as he made his second appearance there and took his 2nd win.
Lou Johnson had a nice stretch out front after the feature started and he sailed to the lead. By lap 4 Johnson was lapping Larry Meadows with Gary Simpson, Rick Whaley, and Richard Jarvis, Jr. following. Lap 10 the first yellow waved; Johnson didn't need that. Half way just before the yellow Johnson leads, Simpson, Whaley, Elliott, and Jarvis. On that restart Elliott flies into 2nd position and takes the lead near lap 13. Lap 16 after a yellow the top 5 were, Elliott, Johnson, Jarvis, Lingo, and Simpson for the single restart . Lap 18 Lingo & Jarvis battle for 3rd wheel to wheel with Jarvis taking 3rd as he came out of turn 4.
Jarvis was battling a power steering problem. Its a great show these guys put on especially when all the regulars (Jarvis, Whaley) are here and they switch back and fourth for positions.
Dave Graber made his first trip to DIS in a while.
Kenny Pettyjohn was not at DIS as he lost a motor on Friday night at GT. David Pettyjohn still has him motors getting worked on so he was in the orange # 10 late model of G. G. Messick.

Rookie Ryan Walls Gets First AC Delco TSS Modified Win At DIS
1-5 Results Were:
1. Ryan Walls* # 14W Track Fast Lap: 21.755 Seconds and 92.74 MPH on lap 3
2. Richard White, Jr. # 27 2nd Track Fast Lap: Set by Richie Walls, Sr. 22.218
3. Mark Byram # 57 Seconds and 81.015 MPH on lap 3
4. Grant Ireland # 44
5. John Curtis # 17
Remaining Field Follows:
Mike White* 37M, Morris Tucker 60, John Wynn* 79, Jack Mullins 1, Brad Trice 33, Adam Jarrell 42, Chris Hitchens 1A, Joe Tracy 37J, Herbie Hempel* 53H, Rick Loveland 69, Richie Walls, SR. 26W, Tom Evans 25, Justin Griffith 91, Billy Carr 29.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Ryan Walls* 21.019 seconds and 85.637 MPH on lap 3
Jack Mullins, Jr. 21.355 seconds and 84.289 MPH on lap 5
Brad Trice 21.630 seconds and 83.218 MPH on lap 2
Richie Walls, Sr. 21.641 seconds and 83.175 MPH on lap 5
Richard White, Jr. 21.696 seconds and 82.965 MPH on lap 3
Ryan Walls won his first feature at Delmar this night, but has won twice at Georgetown including Friday night.

Rookie Joe Warren Picks Up Second TSS Late Model/Street Modified Win
1-5 Results Were:
1. Joe Warren* # 11
2. Chris Sockriter* # 32 2nd Track Fast Lap: 22.168 Seconds and
3. Mike Michaelson # 7D 81.196 MPH on lap 6
4. Jon Callaway* # 80
5. Travis Justice* # 23 Track Fast Lap: 22.043 Seconds and 81.659 MPH on lap 7
Remaining Field Follows:
Mike Wilson 12, Bobby Watkins 4, Ross Robinson* 7, Kevin Scott, Jr.* 12K, Eddie Williams 91, Kelly Putz, Ripp Johnson 8R, Buddy Shockley 16, Bobby Williams 41, Skip Syester , Gary Manos 72, Hal Browning 46.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Bobby Watkins 22.062 seconds and 81.588 MPH on lap 6
Joe Warren 22.149 seconds and 81.268 MPH on lap 4
Mike Michaelson 22.366 seconds and 80.479 Mph on lap 1
Mike Wilson 22.393 seconds and 80.132 MPH on lap 5
Jon Callaway 22.463 seconds and 80.132 MPH on lap 5
Jon Callaway drove his new TSS Late Model and finished 4th. It was his first appearance this year and first time in the car. Callaway is the 2005 Defending DIS Track Champion in Modified Lites; Jon also joins many of his race mates that have made the change, like Joe Warren, and Mike White. Skip Syester made a first trip to DIS.
The feature ran all 15 laps with no cautions taking a total of 5:45.964 minutes to finish and put on a great race. Joe Warren picked up his 2nd win at DIS.
Hal Browning said he was in a wreck on Friday and tore the car up pretty bad, Saturday the crew had fixed it the best they could but it was not enough.

Win Number Four For Steve A. White Tonight In The Modified Lite Action
1-5 Results Were:
1. Steve A. White # 76 2nd Track Fast Lap: 23.117 Seconds and 77.865 on lap 9
2. Tim White # 78
3. Brandon Dennis # 10 Track Fast Lap: Set by Richie Wilson 23.108 Seconds and
4. Mike Stratton # 75 77.905 MPH on lap 7
5. Erik McKinney # V75
Remaining Field Follows:
Kirk Miles 21, Billy Mellon* 56, Richie Wilson* 15R, Randy Hill, Jr. 42, Aaron Bada 10H, Bucky McKnatt 48, Jody Cahall* 77, Mike Hovatter 2, Herb Tunis 85, Keith Layton 3.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Richie Wilson 23.088 seconds and 77.963 MPH on lap 2
Tim White 23.102 seconds and 77.915 MPH on lap 2
Steve White 23.175 seconds and 77.670 MPH on lap 3
Randy Hill, Jr. 23.438 seconds and 76.798 MPH on lap 1
Erik McKinney 23.569 seconds and 76.372 MPH on lap 2
Keith Layton returned Saturday night after a bad wreck 2 weeks ago in his # 3 Mod Lite. He is doing well, he spent 2 days in the hospital for concussion and swelling of the brain. Layton said his helmet was cracked in 3 places and the face shield was crack.
Steve White picked up his 4th win.

Bonnie Nibblett
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Georgetown Speedway Will Run Friday, June 30, 2006

In spite of all the rain the east coast has received since last weekend and several areas flooded including Georgetown, DE, all systems are go for this Friday, June 30, 2006 racing at Georgetown Speedway. Much of the area has had severe damage from flooding that many have never seen in our areas. It will be a project of repair for quite sometime on the roads alone, not to mention homes, businesses, etc damaged.

Georgetown Speedway will be running Super Late Models this weekend along with the two TSS crate motor in the Modifieds and Late Models that run at Delmar and Bridgeport tracks. The crate classes will be running with 20 lap events. Winners of those features will take home $500, and $100 to take the green.

Last time the late models ran Ricky “The Rocket” Elliott commanded the track with some awesome racing between Elliott, Kenny Pettyjohn, Scott Cross, Richard Jarvis, Jr., and Ray Kable, Jr. Although the drivers he passed, no one had anything for the way Elliott was running. But the best part was watching him work through the pack after starting 10th. Elliott made it look like a piece of cake, with such ease, but powerful force at the same time. Wonder who will invade this week? The super lates will run a 25 lap feature with $2500 to the winner, and $200 to take the green.

The Little Lincoln Vintage Racing Club will make their debut on the track, for first time in a long while. The Little Lincoln racers were to race last weekend but Mother Nature would not stand for any racing in Delaware. These guys put on a great show when they race at Delmar. So I am sure it will be just as exciting to watch these guys run. All the cars are 57 Chevy’s or models of that era. The cars run just as hard as the other racers with some great side by side and wheel to wheel action. They commonly try to run 3 wide at Delmar, so who knows what they will do on the big mile clay oval. Should be interesting to see?

Gates open 5:00 PM, Drivers Meeting 6:30 PM, Warm ups 7:00 PM. Gate admission is only $10, 12 year old and under free, and the Pits $25. Track hotline is 302-856-7415; fax 302-856-7416. Check the tracks web at www.georgetownspeedway.com or www.redbud69racing.com for any updates.

Also, the Delaware’s State Police Camp Barnes Benefit races will be Wednesday night, June 12, 2006, at the Delaware International Speedway; and rain date of July 13. A lot of drivers support this event and have for years. This year will mark the 34th Annual running of this event. You don’t want to miss that event and help support the state police. More information will be out on the benefit soon.

Keep checking on www.redbud69racing.com for any updates on DE tracks. Also, I want to send out sincere prayers and thoughts to Chuck Buchman and his family for a speedy recovery and time to heal. Buchman was seriously injured at Bridgeport Speedway June 17, while driving for another owner in the BB Mods. Buchman has been racing at GT since it opened placing an 8th & 9th place finish; he usually runs the TSS Mod class at Bridgeport and sometimes Delmar (DIS). See you at the track!

Bonnie Nibblett
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Rain! Rain! Go Away! Only Rain Weekdays!
June 25, 2006
By Bonnie Nibblett

Delmar, DE…..Yet another weekend with no racing; rain, rain, go away; come back on weekdays, not weekends. I wish it was that easy to request racing weather. The Delaware Motorsports Complex faced, just that last weekend with the rain on Friday and Saturday. The U. S. 13 Dragway, and the U. S. 13 Kart Club Track fell to the mercy of Mother Nature with rain all day. Saturday started off shaky for the mile clay oval events of stock car racing, however just a few light showers between 2 & 4 PM, with just enough to have too cancel; which then of coarse, no more rain fell until Midnight or so. Just as I said, I wish we could order perfect days to get our “NEED FOR SPEED” itch scratched. That’s very important to be filled or carried out; withdrawals aren’t pretty.

Rain is needed badly, and I love to have a nice shower in spring to turn the grass green, and plants all starting to bring bright colors in the world. Colors, that reminds me, all race cars sure look bright and colorful. Especially in oval dirt racing when the pack is tight for the start, and no cautions, and just opening up 2 wide, 3 wide…Oh! There I go again, drifting off about racing again. Lets’ see what has been going on between the rain drops.

Before last Saturday, only 2 event nights were rained out, but June has had 2 rain outs, June 3, and last weekend the 24th. So that really feels like more nights without racing. Big Block Modified action has been heating up. Tim Millman, 410, has claimed 3 wins so far, and “Jamie” Jamie Mills has too. Mills leads in points with 1020, Millman 888 points, H. J. Bunting has 875, Ricky Johnson 828, and in 5th is “Stormin” Norman Short, Jr. 819 points. Mills has a good lead, but anything can happen; second through fifth are pretty tight too. Other winners this year have been Robert Dutton in 888, and Johnson in 69 “Slow But Sexy”. Millman has won the last two events.

Late Model action has had some mighty fine action going on, with lead changes, and fast speeds. Richard Jarvis, Jr. and Ricky Whaley have made a few trips south to run and not racing for points this year at Delmar. They don’t always get to run every weekend at DIS so it is a treat when the guys are home. Kenny Pettyjohn has won 4 features, but in spite of that his points lead is not that far from the other drivers. Kenny has a total of 945 points and the Rookie Gary Simpson runs second with 875 points, only 70 points apart, 810 points goes to Donald Lingo, Jr. and David Hill with 760 total points.

Rookie Gary Simpson came from being a Big Block Modified since 1998, and switching to Late Model. Before big blocks, Simpson ran go-karts and claming a championship, then drove Modified Lites before BB days. Simpson has displayed a very impressive drive in the number 12K Late Model to own 7 top 5’s out of 8 features. Not bad for a Rookie; quite a few BB drivers have switched to late models as Tim McCreadie, Billy Decker, and GR Smith to name a few.

The AC Delco TSS Modified crate field has been just a strong as ever with a full field each race night and a total of 35 different drivers qualifying to run at DIS so far this year. Jack Mullins, Jr. has been strong again this year with 3 wins under his belt and leading in points with 830, Brad Trice runs second with 745, followed by Richie Walls, Sr. with 659 points, Mark Byram has 655, and 630 points goes to Bobby Watkins. Pretty close in points for some, and what a great show these guys perform each week. Watkins was the 2005 AC Delco TSS Modified Track Champion. Well just 2 weeks ago, Watkins shows up to the track with a TSS Late Model crate car and no Modified. So will Watkins may be branching out in the future with a bb late model?

Added this year to the Street Modified class is the TSS Late Model crate class; both cars run in the same feature, and have been set to make the cars equal as they can be. Dead eye even has the ageless Hal Browning, 46, leading in points with 800 digits; Brown changed to the crate motor this year. Tied with Browning is Rookie Joe Warren, 11, in a crate motor as well; Warren came from Modified Lites this year. Third has another Rookie, 16 years old of Ross Robinson, 7, with 685 points, Kelly Putz, 59, 630 points and Mike Wilson, 12, rounding out the top five with a grand total of 615 points.

This class has been growing each week just as the TSS Mod cars did their first year. Other rookies Kevin Scott, Jr. 12K, Travis Justice 23, Shane Sockriter 32, and Daniel Fielder 7. Daniel has been consistent, Justice is new, and Scott has finished in the top 5 & 10 last few weeks.

Modified Lite field has shrunk a bit with so many of the guys transforming to the crate classes. But the racing has been just as hot, with action from Tim White, Steve White, Brandon Dennis, Herb Tunis, Erik McKinney, and Aaron Bada all battling for the win. Tim has 3 wins as teammate Steve has 3 wins. Dennis has one win and Herb Tunis claimed the last Mod Lite win on June 17. Points leader Tim White 850, Steve White, 780 points, Tunis with 745, Dennis 705, and fifth has 680 points going to McKinney. Rookies Richie Wilson, Billy Mellon, and Jody Cahall holding their own each week.

July will be a busy month for the complex. Next Saturday, July 1, will be a great event going on for 4th of July weekend. The speedway will have the regular line up of all 5 classes racing, in addition to the mighty wing warriors of URC Racing Sprints present and a nice fireworks show. July 8, the regular 5 classes and Little Lincoln Vintage cars race.

Mark this date in your book, for Wednesday night, July 12, 2006 for the Super night of racing action brought to us by the Delaware State Troopers for the 34th Annual Camp Barnes Benefit. Always some invaders come to support the benefit along with the big dawgs from Delaware will go head to head in battle. Rain date will be Thursday, July 13. Come on out and support the cause and some fantastic racing for sure. Contact the track office for tickets at 302-875-1911, or check the web at www.delawareracing.com. For the latest action at the track check the track hot line at 302-846-3968. Check for times and prices on the track web or www.redbud69racing.com, Gates usually open at 5PM but on URC night its 4:30 PM.

The U. S. 13 Dragway had to cancel last Friday night. The track switched from Sundays to Friday night action until the fall. One race has been set, with a lot of dragsters coming out. This Friday, June 30, the dragway will have fireworks show with Bad 8 & Summit ET Racing. July 7, Outlaw & Real Street along with Summit ET Racing, July 14 will be “Double Points”. Gates open 3:30 PM, time trials start 4:30 PM.

The U. S. 13 Kart Club Track should be running this Friday, June 30, and Saturday July 8, 2006 for the Delaware Dirt Divisionals Series. Friday night gates open at 5:00PM, racing at 7. State event on Saturday will open at 7AM. The kart track is looking to hire a track preparer for the track. Contact Richard Pearson at 302-349-5169 or email redbud69racing@aol.com or visit the tracks web at www.dekarting.net for more contact information or Redbud’s forum at http://redbud69racing.proboards2.com/index.cgi

Don't forget to visit Redbud69racing.com’s forum and vote for the recipient of the weekly Redbud's Headache Award. Just look at the candidates and vote which one you think had a bad night at the track? So Mother Nature may have got us a few times lately, but lets hope that is the last cancellation all season. I can wish, right? See you at the track!

Bonnie Nibblett
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From Delaware Bits & Parts June 16, 2006

GEORGETOWN SPEEDWAY
GT finally got to race Friday night. The parking lot was full and so were the stands. The heats went smoothly but when the features began it brought out a good bit of yellows on the start. But rests assure it was some mighty fine racing going on.

Winners - BB Jamie Mills, LM Ricky Elliott, TSS Mod Ryan Walls, and TSS Late Joe Warren. Both Walls and Warren are in the first year in the TSS Modifieds.

"The Kid" Billy Pauch was there to repeat his last win, but fate would not allow it. During the heat a rod or some kind of rod trouble but was able to get it repaired to start the feature and that was all.

Scott Cross, Jerry Foster, Jamie Miller, Darryl Hills, Ray Kable, Jr., and Ricky Elliott were some of the out of towner late models.

Modified visitors were Mark Schweibinz, Ryan Godown, Keith Hoffman, Jim Scherer, Scott VanGorder, Art Adams, and Mike Illes.

This week the racing will continue with line up of Big Block Modifieds, TSS Modified, TSS Late Model/Street crate classes. $2500 to win Big Block 25-lap feature $200 to start and $500 to winners of the crate classes and $100 to take the green.

Note to Drivers - If you do not register and draw for your heat before the start of the 6:30 PM drivers meeting you will start at the rear of your heat

The Little Lincoln Vintage Racing Club will be on hand this Friday, June 23, for a good race like the old days. You have not seen them race, it is worth seeing.

Gates open 5:00 PM, Drivers Meeting 6:30 PM, Warm ups 7:00 PM. Gate admission is only $10, 12 year old and under free, and the Pits $25. Track hotline is 302-856-7415; fax 302-856-7416. Check the tracks web at www.georgetownspeedway.com or www.redbud69racing.com for any updates. See you at the track!

Georgetown Speedway Results for June 16, 2006 (*) Denotes Rookie
Big Block Modified
1- 30 Jamie Mills
2- 26 Ryan Godown
3- 55 Donny Radd
4- 6 Keith Hoffman
5- 19 Kenny Brightbill
6- 8M Norman Short
7- 35 Glenn Reed
8- 69 Ricky Johnson
9- 28 Cliff Foskey
10- 4 Jim Sherer
11- 17 Scott VanGorder
12- 85 Beau Wilkins
13- 1R Judd Mills
14- 888 Robert Dutton
15- 39w Chuck Tucker
16- 83 Dale Hawkins
17- R1 Howard O'Neal
18- 9D Jason Daliessio
19- 14 Art Adams
20- 2R Deron Rust
21- 1P Billy Pauch
22- 57 Tom Curtis
23- 555 Barry Voss
24- 711 Mike Iles
25- 1X Mark Schweibinz

Super Late Model
1- 91 Ricky Elliott
2- 38S Kenny Pettyjohn
3- 22A Scott Cross
4- 47 Richard Jarvis Jr.
5- 90 Ray Kable, Jr.
6- 7 Darryl Hills
7- 118 Rob Schirmer
8- 99L Dale Lingo, IV
9- 84 Ray Davis, Jr.
10- 44M Jason Miller
11- 14M Mike Williams
12- 44 Bobby Dryden
13- 38 Bob Geiger
14- A1 Vic Thomas
15- 26 Mark Williams*
16- PJ1 Mark Pettyjohn
17- 61 Jamie Eichholz
18- 75 David Hill
19- 10 G G Messick
20- 55L Donald Lingo, Jr.
21- 5 Jerry Foster

TSS Modified crate
1- 14W Ryan Walls*
2- 37M Mike White*
3- 26w Richard Walls
4- 1A Chris Hitchens
5- 14K Ron Riccio*
6- 8 Donnie Dutton
7- 46 Jerry Carter, II*
8- 61 Mike Hough
9- 22 Chuck Buchman
10- 60 Morris Tucker
11- 21 Tim Trimble
12- 30 Jordan Watson*
13- 79 John Wynn
14- 17 John Curtis
15- 44 Grant Ireland
16- 25 Tom Evans
17- 29 Billy Carr
18- 91 Justin Griffith
19- 4 Bobby Watkins
20- 69 Rick Loveland
21- 99 Larry Crouse
22- 764 Mike Karr
23- 42 Adam Jarrell
24- 10 Bobby Ballentine*

TSS Late Model/Street Mod
1- 11 Joe Warren*
2- 7 Ross Robinson*
3- 59 Kelly Putz
4- 4 Bobby Watkins
5- 12 Mike Wilson
6- 23 Travis Justice*
7- 37 Dan Fiedler
8- C45 Charles Jarvis
9- 16 Buddy Shockley
10- 91 Eddie Williams
11- 56 Ricky Eskridge
12- 41 Bobby Williamson
13- 7D Sparky White
14- 5 Skip Syester
15- 32 Chris Sockriter
16- 46 Hal Browning

Bonnie Nibblett
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Results for Delaware International Speedway 6/16

Tim Millman Score Two In A Row, Three Total Wins In The Big Block Modified Action This Season
1-5 Results Were:
1. Tim Millman # 410 Track Fast Lap: 19.526 Seconds and
92.185 MPH on lap 5
2. Norman Short, Jr. 8M 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.698 Seconds
3. H. J. Bunting III # 1W and 91.38 MPH on lap 11
4. Jamie Mills # 30
5. Steve Downs II # 12D
Remaining Field Follows:
Ricky Johnson 69, Beau Wilkins 85M, Donny Radd 55, Chuck Tucker 39W, Glen Richards 98, Eddie Collins 16, Drew Simmons 48, Robert Dutton 888. DNS: Kelly Hastings 85M

Heats: 1 ST: T. Millman 410 Track Fast Lap: 19.395 seconds and 92.807 MPH on lap 2, H. J. Bunting III 91 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.866 seconds and 90.607 MPH on lap 6, G. Richards 98, C. Tucker 39W, E. Collins 16, N. Short 8M, NS: S. Downs II 12D. 2 ND: Track Fast Lap: 2nd Track Fast Lap:

There were fewer cars at DIS this week, but a lot of the cars that were there were not at GT on Friday, and same for GT, a lot there were not at DIS on Saturday.
Kelly Hastings was shaking down the back up car #85M, of Jake Marine Team.
During the 2nd heat Dutton was on the point, but as the cars reached turn 1 Ricky Johnson got a bit out of shape and the result had Beau Wilkins, Dutton, and Johnson both on the hook. Wilkins did return but laps down. Heat 1 had Steve Downs II, brake line break and he was able to fix it before the feature.
Donny Radd had a brand new Bicknell with the Coulbournes owned car, looking pretty sharp. They were testing it and had a little fuel pressure problem, and elected to use the back up car.
Johnson went to his back up car with the shock shaft and more broke, as Wilkins motor blew when he returned to the track in the heat and used the back up car. Norman Short had the battery die in the heats was able to correct the problem for the feature; he put on a fantastic show up front with Mills, and Bunting. In the feature Dutton tried to run but only 5 laps in before he bit the dust for the night.

Ricky Elliott Claims Second Win Saturday Night In Late Model Action
1-5 Results Were:
1. Ricky Elliott # 91 Track Fast Lap: 20.345 Seconds and 88.474 MPH on lap 19
2. Kenny Pettyjohn # 38S 2nd Track Fast Lap: 20.352
3. David Hill # 75 Seconds and 88.443 on lap 4
4. Gary Simpson* # 12K 3rd Track Fast Lap: 20.413 Seconds
5. Richard Jarvis, Jr. # 47 and 88.179 MPH on lap 20
Remaining Field Follows:
Rick Whaley 4, Bobby Dryden 44, Rob Massey 6X, Eric Reed 66, Bob Geiger 38, Mark Williams* 26, Mike Williams M14, Ray Davis, Jr. 84, Rob Ormsbee 119R, Larry Meadows* 00, Donald Lingo, Jr. 55L, Kerry King K&B, DNS: Ted Taylor 45, Ed Drury 72.

Heats: 1 ST: G. Simpson 12K 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.316 seconds and 93.187 MPH on lap 4, R. Elliott 91, D. Hill 75 Track Fast Lap: 18.898 seconds and 95.248 MPH on lap 7, R. Massey 6X, E. Reed 66, Mark Williams* 26, T. Taylor* 45, B. Geiger 38, L. Meadows* 00, E. Drurdy 72. 2 ND: D. Lingo, Jr. 55L Track Fast Lap: 19.339 seconds and 93.076 MPH on lap 3, K. Pettyjohn 38S 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.628 seconds and 91.706 MPH on lap 1, K. King K&B, R. Whaley 4, B. Dryden 44, R. Davis, Jr. 84, R. Ormsbee 119R, Mike Williams M14, R. Jarvis, Jr. 47.

The Late Model race was super good with only one yellow. Gary Simpson looked to be a winner until the only yellow around lap 14. The top 5 guys gave one hell of a race, I would compare it to the almost as good as WoOLMS race DIS held couple years ago. Ricky Elliot won under the flag stand on the last lap running off turn 4 by only .025, 1/ thousandths of a second.
David Hill finished in the top five, I'm sure that felt good compared to troubles the couple of runs. Kerry King had trouble with the value on top of the motor, and tries to enter pit exit but the cars steers to the embankment. King should have the car that flipped this coming week. Donald Lingo, Jr. was very strong until he lost his drive shaft around lap 14.
In the 2nd heat Jarvis car did not get up to speed on the start with Mike Williams all in the rear with no where to go. The cars drive line shaft that goes to the transmission broke. Jarvis was rolled off on the hook and sending for the back up car. The team went home and got back with the back up car so Jarvis would make the field. Good Work!
Ed Drurdy # 72, of Pasadena, MD visited DIS first time this year only to have mechanical woes and not run. Ted Taylor also had car troubles not to make the field.
Rob Ormsbee 119R also made the trip to DIS first time this season and finished 14th. Elliott wasn't as hooked up on Friday night but it was still a great performance.
Eric Reed was in the # 66 Mike Christopher's car, however I did not learn until later that it was him in the car. So I'll try to get the dirt, if he is returning in a late model or driving for Christopher or just a one time thing.

Richard White, Jr. Sails To Win His First AC Delco TSS Modified Feature For 2006
1-5 Results Were:
1. Richard White, Jr. # 27 Track Fast Lap: 22.17 Seconds and 81.191 MPH on lap 2
2. Jack Mullins, Jr. # 1
3. Brad Trice # 33
4. Richie Walls, Sr. # 26W 2nd Track Fast Lap: 22.258 Seconds and
5. Mark Byram # 57 80.87 MPH on lap 2
Remaining Field Follows:
Joseph Tracy 37J, Adam Jarrell 42, Grant Ireland 44, Chris Hitchens 1A, Morris Tucker 60, John Curtis 17, Tim Trimble 21, Tom Evans 25, Herman Powell 92, Herbie Hempel* 53H, Rick Loveland 69, Billy Carr 29, John Wynn* 79, Ryan Walls* 14W, Bobby Ballantine* 10, Justin Griffith 91W.

Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Ryan Walls 21.446 seconds and 83.932 MPH on lap 7
Billy Carr 21.527 seconds and 83.616 MPH on lap 7
Richard White, Jr. 21.677 seconds and 83.037 MPH on lap 5
Brad Trice 21.749 seconds and 82.762 MPH on lap 5
Jack Mullins, Jr. seconds and 82.520 MPH on lap 2

Richard White, Jr. had the pole and commanded the post. Some good racing with the top 10 and even better in top 5 drivers action. It was White's first win for 2006. Lap 6 White, Richie Walls, Ryan Walls, Jack Mullins, all come out of turn 4 looking for the first hole to groove. Ryan got tagged in the rear and has a flat tire, and then 2 cars tangled in turn 2 bringing out the caution.
The restart had White leads Richie, Walls (26W) and Joseph Tracy. Mullins stepped to 2nd and Mark Byram went to 3rd. 1/2 way had White, Byram, Richie, Mullins, and Tracy. The 3rd through 5th were aiming for that second place spot with side by side action in turn 4 laps 11 -13th with Byram, Richie, and & Trice. Two lap shoot out left when a yellow waved. Good show guys, White wins, Mullins, Trice, Richie, & Byram.
Joe Tracy has continued to improve each week. Tom Evans had some type of mechanical troubles tonight.

Hal Browning Slivers Low To Take The Street Modified/TSS Late Model Win
1-5 Results Were:
1. Hal Browning # 46
2. Kevin Scott, Jr.* # 12K 2nd Track Fast Lap: 22.212
3. Joe Warren* # 11 Seconds and 81.037 MPH on lap 1
4. Sparky White # 7D Track Fast Lap: Was Set By Gary
5. Mike Wilson # 12 Manos 21.438 Seconds and 83.963
MPH on lap 10
Remaining Field Follows:
James Will 91, Travis Justice* 23, Kelly Putz 59, Bobby Williamson 41, Gus Economides 30, Gary Manos 72, Shane Sockriter* 32, Ross Robinson* 7, DNS: Chris Baker* 88C.

Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Joe Warren 21.633 seconds and 83.206 MPH on lap 4
Ross Robinson 21.719 seconds and 82.877 MPH on lap 6
Mike Wilson 21.833 seconds and 82.444 MPH on lap 5
Sparky White 21.864 seconds and 82.327 MPH on lap 4
Hal Browning 21.925 seconds and 82.098 MPH on lap 6

Rookie Kevin Scott, Jr. started on the point and lead to turn 1 while 3-4 wide action developed behind him. Battling for 2nd were Kelly Putz, Joe Warren, Ross Robinson, and Hal Browning all the way to turn 3. One lap almost in as Putz comes out of turn 4 and a little bit out of shape as Robinson makes the turn and heads to front stretch, when Robinson got over the front wheel of Putz and Robinson hits wall hard, tearing his chances for any finish.
Half way Scott still leads to lap 10 working the inside groove, and a yellow was out for Manos. Restart Scott leads in to turn 1 & 2 on lap 13 and gets just a bit, out of shape coming out of 2 and Hal Browning captured the moment and slid right into that inside line to take first place.
Nice Run for rookie Scott, and fun to watch Hal working to sliver in for the win. Scott comes from go-kart racing this year. Good Clean racing!
New comer rookie Chris Baker returned to run in the old Jason Nibblett's car #88C but had mechanical failure not starting.

Herb Tunis "The Man" In The Modified Lite Tonight Feature Picks Up First 2006 Win
1-5 Results Were:
1. Herb Tunis # 85 2nd Track Fast Lap: 23.437 Seconds and 76.802 MPH on lap 6
2. Richie Wilson* # 15R Track Fast Lap: Set by Steve White 23.233 Seconds
3. Erik McKinney # V75 and 77.476 MPH on lap 5
4. Billy Mellon* # 56
5. Brandon Dennis # 10
Remaining Field Follows:
Steve White 76, Kirk miles 21, Russell Dadds 38, Mike Hovatter 2, Keith Layton 3, Tim White 78, Jody Cahall* 77, Randy Hill, Jr. 42, Aaron Bada 10H, Mike Stratton 75.

Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Steve White 22.416 seconds and 80.300 MPH on lap 2
Herb Tunis 22.457 seconds and 80.153 MPH on lap 6
Brandon Dennis 22.483 seconds and 80.060 MPH on lap 1
Tim White 22.501 seconds and 79.996 MPH on lap 6
Randy Hill, Jr. 22.802 seconds and 78.940 MPH on lap 5

On start pole sitter Jody Cahall enters turn 3 and got around causing a big chain reaction. Aaron Bada got up and over landing on all fours in turn 4, and Mike Stratton no where to go gets heavy front end damage to follow in on the hook as well.
Restart Tunis lead lap 2 until McKinney got around in turn 4. This restart Tim White got around in turn 4 and Billy Mellon sent to the back for rough riding the announcer announced. Lap 5 Tunis and Steve White swapped leads. Lap 6 Dennis almost got around and Tim White no where to go and gets flat with contact; at half way Whites leads Tunis, Wilson, McKinney, Mellon.
Lap 8 was a wild lap for Keith Layton when he came out turn 2, slight bobble, and the car front end digs in sending him flipping in the air and a hard hit. Layton was taken to the local hospital after riding on the wrecker to the pits and was confused.

Bonnie Nibblett
www.redbud69racing.com Your Delaware and Surrounding Tracks Race News Plus NASCAR


U. S. 13 Kart Club Results

JUNIOR I LITE
1. Buddy Bloom, IV # 40
2. Chris Eck # 33
3. Nicholas Brobst # 19
4. Adam Weber # 20
5. Brandon Sturgis # 10
Heat Winner - Buddy Bloom, IV # 40 13.696 seconds
JUNIOR I HEAVY
1. Buddy Bloom, IV # 40
2. Josh Clark # 18
3. Dylan Evans # 80
4. Chris Eck # 33
5. Adam Weber # 20
Heat Winner - Buddy Bloom, IV # 40 13.949 seconds
JUNIOR II LITE
1. Clint Chalabala # 44
2. Brandon Oakley # 75
3. Cody Hitchens # 38
4. Robbie Emory # 99
5. Skyler Butler # 8
Heat Winner - Clint Chalabala # 44 13.228 seconds
JUNIOR II HEAVY
1. Clint Chalabala # 44
2. Cody Hitchens # 38
3. Kyle Parks # 6
4. Cody Dawson # 36
5. Skyler Butler # 8
Heat Winner - Kyle Parks # 6 13.604
JUNIOR III LITE
1. Jacob Pearson # 24
2. Brandon White # 09
3. Brad Collins # 12
4. Brandon Larimore # 66
5. Cody Belote # 60
Heat Winner - Brad Collins # 12 12.967 seconds
JUNIOR III HEAVY
1. Jacob Pearson # 24
2. Brandon Larimore # 66
3. Brandon White # 09
4. Cody Belote # 60
5. Kyle Dixon # 84
Heat Winner - Brad Collins # 12 13.096 seconds

STOCK-LITE
1. Matt Mobray # 48
2. Erika Hearn # 18
3. Bryan Brobst # 11
4. Mark Wilkins # 16
5. Brandon Beale # 10
Heat Winner - Joe Morris # 52 12.975 seconds
STOCK-MEDIUM
1. Buddy Sloan, Jr. # 53
2. Chad Hayes # 8
3. Matt Mobray # 48
4. Bryan Brobst # 11
5. Joe Morris # 52
Heat Winner - Ben Savage # 91 13.038 seconds
STOCK-HEAVY
1. Buddy Sloan, Jr. # 53
2. Bryant Renfro # 3
3. Jason Hastings # 25
4. Chad Hayes # 8
Heat Winner - Buddy Sloan, Jr. # 53 13.112 seconds

STOCK-XTRA-HEAVY
1. Charles Hayes # 8
2. Josh Williams # 3
3. John Oakley # 26
4. Allen Ford # 19
5. John Bunting # 5
Heat Winner - Charles Hayes # 8 12.754 seconds
SENIOR-STOCK
1. Jay Darling # 8
2. Mike Reynolds # 48
3. Kirk Harrington # 98
4. Horace Wilson # 29
5. Allen Ford # 19
6. Ralph Moore # 5
Heat Winner - Mike Reynolds # 48 12.672 seconds
LIMITED
1. Bryant Renfro # 3
2. Randy Wroten # 54
3. Kevin Peek # 46
4. John Davis, Jr. # 11
5. Dale Blades # 55 dnw
Heat Winner - Bryant Renfro # 3 12.455 seconds
ANIMAL MEDIUM
1. Brandon Morris # 55
2. Richie Hornsby, Jr. # 1
3. Tom Moore # 59
4. Horace Wilson # 29
5. Ken Ayres II, # 01
6. Erika Hearn # 18
7. Troy Davis # 97
Heat Winner - Troy Davis # 97 12.700 seconds
ANIMAL HEAVY
1. Brandon Morris # 55
2. Richie Hornsby # 1
3. Josh Williams # 31
4. Tom Moore # 59
5. Bryant Renfro # 3
Heat Winner - Brandon Morris # 55 12.734
OUTLAW OPEN
1. John Davis, Jr. # 11
2. Chester Pleasanton # 8
3. John Macklin, Jr. # 96
4. Michael Ellerbush # 4
5. David Eckert # 44
6. Jeff Coffey # 2
Heat Winner - John Davis, Jr. # 11 12.568 seconds


All Systems Go! Looks Like Mother Nature Will Not Win This Week!

Since Georgetown Speedway, Georgetown, DE, got the final okay to run the speedway, only one event has gotten in. Opening night on May 26, 2006 the weather was a little if-ee but, the track was able to pull if off and pack the stands and have some really great racing going on. Especially, considering it was all put together fairly quick, and a success.

Since that night, promoter Lou Johnson secured a sponsor to include an additional feature added to the regular night of racing this week. Each Friday after that the Late Models and Big Block Modifieds will alternate appearances for a 25 lap feature along with the two TSS crate classes racing .

The Big Block started the grand open, so Late Models would be on the schedule next. But with Johnson having sponsors come forward to support the additional feature this Friday, the Big Block Modifieds return right back after opening night. Both classes will get to run on the same night this week only.

Yet, Mother Nature has attacked every Friday night since. But this week, Friday, June 16, you better hold on! Why? Because the forecast is calling for a sunny Friday and clear night this week. You can bet a great deal of fans and drivers can't wait, along with me to see some more racing on that big half-mile oval.

That's right! This Friday the Georgetown Speedway will have 4 full classes running on the track. Both Super Late Models and Big Block Modifieds will run a 25 lap feature with $2500 to the winners, and $200 to take the green.

The TSS Modified and TSS Late Model crate classes will be running as well with 20 lap events. Winners of those features will take home $500, and $100 to take the green.

Opening nights winners were Billy "the kid" Pauch in the BB, Brad Trice TSS Mod, and TSS Late Model Rookie Ross Robinson. Bet the kid can't wait to come race there. Everyone will be packing in the stands to see some of the best racing in Delaware on that big wide oval. Don't miss out! The weather looks great, so come on over to the newly reopened Georgetown Speedway for some good dirt shows.

Gates open 5:00 PM, Drivers Meeting 6:30 PM, Warm ups 7:00 PM. Gate admission is only $10, 12 year old and under free, and the Pits $25. Track hotline is 302-856-7415; fax 302-856-7416. Check the tracks web at www.georgetownspeedway.com or www.redbud69racing.com for any updates. See you at the track!

Bonnie Nibblett
www.redbud69racing.com Your Delaware and Surrounding Tracks Race News Plus NASCAR


Results for Delaware International Speedway June 10, 2006
Denotes (*) Rookie

Tim Millman Earns Second Win In Big Block Modified Action Tonight
1-5 Results Were:
1. Tim Millman # 410 Track Fast Lap: 20.146 Seconds and 89.348 MPH on lap 12
2. Jamie Mills # 30 2nd Track Fast Lap: Set by Norman Short with 20.248 Seconds
3. Ricky Johnson # 69 and 88.898 MPH on lap 10
4. H. J. Bunting III # 1W
5. Donnie Radd # 55
Remaining Field Follows:
Robert Dutton 888, Tom Curtis 57, Glen Reed 35, Beau Wilkins 85, Norman Short, Jr. 8M, Glen Richards 98, Drew Simmons 48, Jeff Paulson 15, Barry Voss 555, Cliff Foskey 28, Judd Mills 1R, Eddie Collins 16, Chuck Tucker 39W, Howard O'Neil R1, Matt Jester* 79, DNS: Deron Rust 9D, Larry Crouse 99.
Heats: 1 ST: T. Millman 410 Track Fast Lap: 19.929 seconds and 90.321 MPH on lap 3, C. Foskey 28, H. J. Bunting 1W, R. Johnson 69 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.944 seconds and 90.253 MPH on lap 5, H. O'Neal R1, M. Jester* 62, G. Reed 35, Drew Simmons 48, D. Rust 9D, L. Crouse 99.
2 ND: N. Short 8M, Track Fast Lap: 19.644 seconds and 91.631 MPH on lap 2, G. Richards 98, J. Mills 30, R. Dutton 888, B. Wilkins 85 2nd Track Fast Lap: 20.465seconds and 87.661 MPH on lap 2, D. Radd 55, T. Curtis 57, B. Voss 555, C. Tucker 39W, J.. Paulson 15, E. Collins 16.
Rookie Matt Jester, 62, big block modified, lost his motor in heats and ran in the TSS Modified number 79, that John Wynn races. Tim Millman once again ruled the track, but his car starting smoking with just a few laps in the books. Millman said about way thru he lost a header; she sounded really sick going to victory lane.
Norman Short and Millman switched the lead 4 times in one lap. Short had mechanical trouble near the end and had to ease off finishing 10th. Collins had engine trouble half way through the feature when a puff of smoke rear behind him.
Glen Richards, 98, has been getting stronger all season, he finished 11th in the feature, and won heat 2.
Barry Voss made his once appearance to DIS. Voss came to DE to race GT, but with the wash out he spent the night at DIS so he could run Saturday night.

Kenny Pettyjohn Unstoppable In The Twenty Lap Late Model Feature With Win Number Four
1-5 Results Were:
1. Kenny Pettyjohn # 38 Track Fast Lap: 19.793 seconds and 90.941 MPH on lap 13
2. Rob Massey # 6X
3. Donald Lingo, Jr. # 55L 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.822 Seconds and 90.808 on lap 17
4. Gary Simpson # 12K
5. Vic Thomas # A1
Remaining Field Follows:
Bobby Dryden 44, David Hill 75, Kerry King K&B, Bob Geiger 38, Mark Williams* 26, Rick Whaley 4, Bryan Whaley 19, Lou Johnson 96, Mike Wilkins 12, DNS: Larry Meadows 00.
Heats: 1 ST: D. Lingo, Jr. 55L 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.495 seconds and 92.331 MPH on 1, G. Simpson 12KTrack Fast Lap: 19.489 seconds and 92.36 MPH on lap 5, R. Whaley 4, K. King K&B, B. Dryden 44, B. Geiger 38, M. Wilkins 1, M. Wilkins 26. 2 ND: D. Hill 75 Track Fast Lap: 19.641 seconds and 91.645 MPH on lap 2, K. Pettyjohn 38S 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.81 seconds and 90.863 MPH on lap 2, L. Johnson 96, R. Massey 6X, B. Whaley 19, V. Thomas A1, L, Meadows 00
KP picked up his 4th win of the season. The feature had good action up front with Rob Massey leading all but the last few laps. Massey leading started to slide sideways as he came into turn 2 on lap 17. His tail slips to one side then the other and makes the save to claim 2nd. David Hill was behind Massey when this took place getting Hill out of shape as he came out of turn 2, but he too makes a dynamite save, just he did loose 3rd position and dropped back to 7th in the end.
On the start Mike Wilkins comes out of turn 2 and lands resting on the back wall and ended his night.
Lou Johnson had something break on his car just outside turn 1 on lap 13, he was running in the top3.
Late Model had Rick Whaley definitely having a rough night. It started in the heats, Bob Geiger, 38, was on the pole just got a round in turns 1 & 2 and Whaley no where to go plowed into Geiger, busting the door frame on right side of car. In the feature, his bad luck just continued around lap 17. You could tell he was a little upset when he got around in turns 3 & 4, gets out of the cars and raising his helmet as to throw toward Vic Thomas as the cars are back around to the caution area.
David Pettyjohn has had to get motors fixed as Dale Lingo also was not running last night either.

Jack Mullins, Jr. Drives His AC Delco TSS Modified To Claim Win Number Three
1-5 Results Were:
1. Jack Mullins, Jr. # 1 2nd Track Fast Lap: 21.591 Seconds and 83.5 MPH on lap 6
2. Richard Walls, Sr. # 26W Track Fast Lap: 21.557 Seconds and 83.5 MPH on lap 6
3. Brad Trice # 33
4. Ryan Walls* # 14W
5. Richard White, Jr. # 27
Remaining Field Follows:
Tom Evans 25, Jordon Watson 30, Chris Hitchens 1A, Adam Jarrell 42, Joseph Tracy 37J, Justin Griffith 91, John Curtis 17, Mark Byram 57, Brett Cogdill 98, Herbie Hempel* 53H, Rick Loveland 69, Billy Carr 29, George Richardson 15, Brad Bradbury* 99C, Ron Riccio 14K, Mike Hough 61, Andy Hammond 66, Michael White 37M, Tim Trimble 21, Grant Ireland 44, Morris Tucker 60.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Tommy Evans 21.327 seconds and 84.400 MPH on lap 2
Jack Mullins, Jr. 21.370 seconds and 84.230 MPH on lap 3
Brad Trice 21.445 seconds and 83.936 MPH on lap 5
Billy Carr 21.585 seconds and 83.391 MPH on lap 5
Richard Walls, Sr. 21.635 seconds and 83.199 MPH on lap 4
Consi top two speeds
Grant Ireland 22.343 seconds and 80.562 MPH on lap 6
Adam Jarrell 22.381 seconds and 80.425 MPH on lap 6
TSS Mod had a big crash on the start taking out quite a few drivers, Andy Hammond, Mike White, Tim Trimble, Grant Ireland, Mike Hough, Ron Riccio, and Morris Tucker.
Ryan Walls started on the point, by half way Mullins was leading.
Herman Powell made his first appearance of the year in a new car but did not qualify.

Rookie Ross Robinson Wins Third Street Modified Feature In With His Crate Motor
1-5 Results Were:
1. Ross Robinson* # 7 Track Fast Lap: 22.129 Seconds and 81.341 MPH on lap 14
2. Mike Michaelson # 7D
3. Joe Warren* # 11 2nd Track Fast Lap: 22.493 Seconds and 80.025 MPH on lap 9
4. Hal Browning # 46
5. Bobby Watkins # 4
Remaining Field Follows:
Kelly Putz 59, Shane Sockriter* 32, Travis Justice* 23, Bobby Williamson 41, Gary Manos 72, James Will 88, Josh Hudson 1, Kevin Scott, Jr.* 12K, Brooks Fleetwood8 20, Daniel Freidler* 37, Mike Wilson 12, Chris Baker 88C.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Mike Michaelson 22.853 seconds and 82.369 MPH on lap 15
Joe Warren 22.079 seconds and 81.525 MPH on lap 13
Hal Browning 22.203 seconds and 81.070 MPH on lap 9
Mike Wilson 22.529 seconds and 79.897 MPH on lap 5
Kelly Putz 22.600 seconds and 79.646 MPH on lap 13
They don't run 15 laps in the qualifying times trials but that was what was on the results.
2005 AC Delco TSS Modified Track Champion Bobby Watkins is selling the car and made the switch to the Street Modified/TSS Late Model starting this week. He finished 5th. Also the Mike Michaelson # 7D is under pending determination of issue with the motor in the Harm - Harmonic Balance. A decision will not be made until Monday as to DQ the car or not; he finished 2nd tonight.
Rookie Ross Robinson won his 3rd win and really doing well he started 9th. Mike Wilson had troubles and left the feature early. Also Dan Fielder had mechanical woes early heading to the infield.

Steve White Rides Right To A Third Win In The Modified Lite Feature
1-5 Results Were:
1. Steve White # 76 Track Fast Lap: 22.888 Seconds and 78.644 MPH on lap 15
2. Tim White # 78 2nd Track Fast Lap: 23.055 Seconds and 78.074 MPH on lap 14
3. Brandon Dennis # 10
4. Herb Tunis # 85
5. Erik McKinney # V75
Remaining Field Follows:
Mike Stratton 75, Billy Mellon* 56, Richie Wilson* 15R, Keith Layton 3, Jody Cahall* 77, Bucky McKnatt 48, Russell Dadds 38, Aaron Bada 10H, Randy Hill, Jr. 42, Mike Hovatter 2.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Tommy Evans 21.327 seconds and 84.400 MPH on lap 2
Jack Mullins Jr. 21.370 seconds and 84.230 MPH on 3
Brad Trice 21.445 seconds and 83.936 MPH on lap 5
Billy Carr 21.585 seconds and 83.391 MPH on lap 3
Richie Walls, Sr. 21.635 seconds and 83.199 MPH on lap 4
2005 AC Delco TSS Modified Track Champion Bobby Watkins is selling the car and made the switch to the Street Modified/TSS Late Model starting this week. He finished 5th.
TSS Mod had a big crash on the start taking out quite a few drivers, Andy Hammond, Mike White, Tim Trimble, Grant Ireland, Mike Hough, Ron Riccio, and Morris Tucker.
Ryan Walls started on the pole. A consi for them also with so many cars there; 26 are allowed to start the field. Tim Trimble winning in the consi but Grant Ireland had the fastest time 22.343 seconds and 80.582 MPH on lap 6.

Two Out Of Three Is How Ron Wilson Sees It In The Little Lincoln Feature
1. Ron Wilson # 15Bill Brittingham # 4
2. Jamie Wagner # 3
3. Donald Robinson, Jr. # 64
4. Tony Daisey # 7
5. Mel Joseph, Jr. # 30
Remaining Field Follows:
Matt Tipton 7X, Tim Chambers 22, Kenny Foy 47, Albert Mitchell 10, Pat McNeil 00, Duke Walsen 9, Bill Brittingham 4, Jim Miller, III 57, Matt Johnson 69, Wayne Wilkerson 43, Jeff Karr 7K.
The Vintage Little Lincoln's "Blast from the Past" visited and put on a great show as usual. 16 cars made up the field with new comer Matt Johnson on the pole. Johnson was here the last time they ran, but his car was not lettered. So during the break Johnson had the 1957 sea blue Chevy numbered 69 really looking sharp. Great job! You can find a picture of the car in Redbud's Pit Shots.
Tony Daisey returned after getting the bright orange Numbered 7 repaired from an incident on the first time they ran this year.
Ron Wilson took last year off, but returned this year and has already cleaned up with 2 wins out of 3 features so far. Johnson started on the pole, but Tim Chambers, 22, shot to the lead on the start. Wilson moved to 2nd on lap 1. Lap 2 Chambers stole the lead from Chambers. By lap 5 Bill Brittingham had climb to 6th. (after winning on the last visit he started in the rear in 14th. Brittingham and Jeff Karr, 7K, approach turn 3 when they make contact and Brittingham left front tire blew and he got around. All cars get by except, Karr was with Brittingham still and clips the front right side of the number 4 and keeps trying to go pushing Brittingham. Finally they broke free. Brittingham had to pit and returned 1 lap down.
Jamie Wagner continued to be strong again this visit. By lap 6 he was on the move and was in 4th after starting 11. Lap 10 was when more yellows came about. The guys were going to run 2 more laps instead of the 10 laps they usually run in a feature.
The track was slick and there were quite a few cautions in all the features but, the Lincoln's could not just could not get past lap 10 & 11. 4 restarts of lap 10 and finally lap 11 start had Pat O'Neal, 00, around in turns 1 & 2, with Duke Walsen, 9, also involved, going over the top of the turn; and in turn 4 Kenny Foy, 47, gets around. So the race was checkered.
Duke Walsen had a very hard hit and hit his head pretty hard on the roll cage. I was told the helmet cracked, but have not been told that officially. Walsen was taken to PRMC in Salisbury, MD, and is resting at home. He is okay!

Bonnie Nibblett
www.redbud69racing.com Your Delaware and Surrounding Tracks Race News Plus NASCAR


U. S. 13 Kart Club Results For June 9, 2006

The sky was full of rain, a full moon, and full of racing finally after 1 week off and paying the consequences of 2 weeks of rain winning over at the track. The bottom fell and it looked to be impossible to race, but the club was determined to really try to get this race in. No decision was made to cancel with water standing on the ground everywhere and the place just flooded; time gave the track the ability to absorb the floods. But surprisingly the track really wasn't too bad of shape to get karts to the track. The double features were canceled and single features were run. Like they say - It's not over to it over, anything can change.

JUNIOR I
1. Tyler Reed # 58
2. Dylan Evans # 80
3. Adam Weber # 20
4. Tyler Messick # 00
5. Buddy Bloom IV # 40
Heat Winner Tyler Reed # 58 13.901 seconds

JUNIOR I Rookie Class
1. James Hall # 1 First Win
2. Chris Eck # 33
3. Tony Woody # 24
4. Conner Savage # 81
5. Ryan Dryden # 3
Heat Winner Chris Eck # 33 14.906 seconds

JUNIOR II
1. Cody Dawson # 36
2. Clint Chalabala # 44
3. Robbie Emory # 99
4. Brett Savage # 04
5. Dallas Godman # 97
Heat Winner Kody Joudrey # 20 13.790 seconds

JUNIOR III
1. Brandon Larimore # 66
2. Cody Belote # 60
3. Brad Collins # 12
4. Mark Droney # 9
5. Michael Allaband # 8
Heat Winner Brandon Larimore # 66 13.587 seconds

STOCK-LITE
1. Chad Hayes # 8
2. Bryan Brobst # 11
3. Chad Larimore # 28
4. Shane Forrest # 01
5. Richie Walls, Jr. # 9
Heat Winner Chad Hayes # 8 12.864 seconds

STOCK-MEDIUM
1. Chad Reed # 8
2. Erika Hearn # 18
3. John Macklin # 96
4. Chad Larimore # 28
5. Shawn Morris # 50
Heat Winner Chad Reed # 8 13.430 seconds

STOCK-HEAVY
1. Erika Hearn # 18
2. Mike Reynolds # 48
3. Keith Jones # 26
4. Ralph Moore # 25
5. Horace Wilson # 29
Heat Winner Ericka Hearn # 18 12.858 seconds and the fastest time of all heats

STOCK-XTRA-HEAVY
1. Mike Reynolds # 48
2. Danny Selby # 48
3. John Bunting # 3 dnw
4. John Oakley # 26 dnw
Heat Winner Mike Reynolds # 48 13.065 seconds

LIMITED
1. John Macklin # 96
2. Bill Layton # 1
3. Jeff Coffey # 2
4. Randy Wroten # 54
5. Mike Ellerbusch # 44
6. Dale Blades # 55
7. Chester Pleasanton # 8
Heat Winner John Macklin # 96 12.696 seconds

PEE WEE
1. Nathaniel Cannon # 23
2. Tabitha Selby # 32
3. Zach Bullis # 99
4. Jamie Emory # 00
5. Jace Darling # 30
6. Austin Barker # 41

PEE WEE II (Rookie)
1. Zachary Grisman # 51
2. Cameron Hayes # 8
3. Devon Dodson # 55
4. Evan Dennis # 01
5. Trevor Collins # 7
6. Tabitha Selby # 32
7. Caleb Sturgis # 10

Bonnie Nibblett
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Delaware Bits & Parts June 4, 2006

GEORGETOWN SPEEDWAY
Georgetown, DE.....Well, as many other tracks this past weekend, Mother Nature ruled both Friday and Saturday's racing for Delaware tracks.

Georgetown will run the same line up that was scheduled to run this past Friday. Big Block Modified's purse will be $2500 To Win $200 To Take The Green. Super Late Models $2500 To Win $200 to take the green. A lot of drivers love running at GT. So lets hope the weather will cooperate so all those drivers venture south.

TSS Modified & TSS Late model (Crate) classes pay $500 to win $100 to take the green. Join us June 9, 2006, Georgetown Speedway. Gates open at 5:00 PM, Drivers meeting at 6:30 PM, Warmups at 7:00 PM, First Heat at 7:30 PM. Tracks phone number is 302-856-7415 and fax 302-856-7416. Track is located on North side of Rt. 113 just past Georgetown, DE. For any updates & News visit www.redbud69racing.com or www.georgetownspeedway.com.

DELAWARE INTERNATIONAL
Delmar to fell hard to Mother Nature, but will return this Saturday, June 10, 2006 with regular 5 star line up of Big Block Modified's, Super Late Models, TSS Modified, Street/TSS Late Model, Modified Lite. Joining this weekends line up will be the return of the Little Lincoln's Vintage Racing Club. Gates open at 5 PM, cars take to the track at 7. See you at the track!

Bonnie Nibblett
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Georgetown Speedway News
May 29, 2006

Georgetown, DE.....Big news for this weekend at the newly reopened Georgetown Speedway. Last Friday, opening night was a hit, so much so that the track has added the Big Block Modified back on the schedule for this Friday, June 2, 2006 along with the already scheduled super Late Models.

The line up was suppose to be the two regular classes of TSS Modified and TSS Late Model that will run each week along with the alternating of Big Block Modifieds and Late Models every other week. The Modifieds ran last week so it was suppose to be Late Models this week.

Sponsorship can forward to have the BB Mods return this weekend along with the already scheduled Late Models. The same purse as last weekend will be paid to both BB & LM.

Big Block Modified will be $2500 To Win $200 To Take The Green. Super Late Models $2500 To Win $200 to take the green.

TSS Modified & TSS Modified (Crate) classes pay $500 to win $100 to take the green. Gates open at 5:00 PM, Drivers meeting at 6:30 PM, Warmups at 7:00 PM, First Heat at 7:30 PM. Tracks phone number is 302-856-7415 and fax 302-856-7416. Track is located on North side of Rt. 113 just past Georgetown, DE. For any updates & News visit www.redbud69racing.com or www.georgetownspeedway.com.

May 28, 2006
GEORGETOWN

GT opened and seemed to get a very positive start. The track was fast, and in great shape especially for the features. The stands were packed , parking had cars filled in all the green, and considering the weather with rain outs all around the track it was a pretty good car count for opening night. After all it was all put together rather quickly to get the track ready for last Friday. They pulled it off and I am willing to bet a lot of drivers will want to try that fast clay oval.

The drivers put on a good show, and many hit the first track for the first time in their life. The rumors from the past that the track being fast was finally displayed, for a lot of visitors that have never seen the great racing from the past at GT. Billy Pauch won the BB Modified after chasing Ricky Johnson, with Johnson losing his brakes on lap twenty and having him to make a change in driving.

They run the 2 crate classes with 20 laps, I liked that, DIS is 15 laps. Let’s try to suggest 30 laps for the Super Late and BB Modified feature as some tracks do. This weekend the Super Late Models hit the track along with both crate classes. The track phone # is 302-856-7415, fax - 302-856-7416. This Friday GT will host the Super Late Models. Gates open 5 PM, 7 PM racing starts. Tracks web is www.georgetownspeedway.com and as always all your DE Tracks news at www.redbud69racing.com.

Opening Night Georgetown Speedway Results for May 26, 2006
BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS
1- #1 Billy Pauch
2- #26 Ryan Godown
3- #69 Ricky Johnson
4- #12D Steve Downs, II
5- #39W Chuck Tucker
6- #9 Jeff Brown
7- #8M Norman Short, Jr.
8- #1R Judd Mills
9- #410 Tim Millman
10- #888 Robert Dutton
11- #85 Beau Wilkins
12- #30 Jamie Mills
13- #55 Donnie Radd
14- #35 Glenn Reed
15- #9D Deron Rust
16- #101 Colby Steele DNS
17- #62 Matt Jester* DNS

TSS MODIFIEDS (crate)
1- #33 Brad Trice
2- #91 Justin Griffith
3- #61 Mike Hough
4- #57 Mark Byram
5- #4 Bobby Watkins
6- #44 Grant Ireland
7- #66 Andy Hammond
8- #22 Chuck Buckman
9- #17 John Curtis
10- #37M Mike White*
11- #1A Chris Hitchens
12- #21 Tim Trimble
13- #14K Ron Riccio*
14- #764 Mike Karr
15- #60 Morris Tucker
16- #8 Donnie Dutton Jr. DNS
17- #14W Ryan Walls* DNS

TSS LATE MODELS
1- #7 Ross Robinson*
2- #11 Joe Warren*
3- #46 Hal Browning
4- #12 Mike Wilson
5- #19 Steve Bunting
6- #37 Daniel Fiedler*
7- #4 Travis Justice*
8- #41 Bobby Williamson
9- #59 Kelly Putz
10- #C45 Charles Jarvis
Rookie - *

Bonnie Nibblett
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Results for Delaware International Speedway May 27, 2006
Denotes (*) Rookie

Robert Dutton Brings Home The First Victory This Season In The Twenty-five Lap Big Block Modified Feature
1-5 Results Were:
1. Robert Dutton # 888 Track Fast Lap: 19.671 Seconds and
91.505 MPH on lap 12
2. Beau Wilkins # 85 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.722 Seconds
and 91.269 MPH on lap 10
3. Matt Jester* # 62
4. Norman Short, Jr. # 8M
5. Jamie Mills # 30
Remaining Field Follows:
Ricky Johnson 69, Cliff Foskey 28, Glen Richards 98, H. J. Bunting, III 1W, Judd Mills 1R, Chuck Tucker 39W, Tom Curtis 57, Craig Ott T10, Howard O'Neil R1, Jeff Paulson 15, Donny Radd 55, Eddie Collins 16, Steve Downs II 12D, Jeff Brown 9, Deron Rust 9D, DNS: Tim Millman.
Heats: 1 ST: M. Jester* 62 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.747 seconds and 91.153 MPH on lap 6, Beau Wilkins 85 Track Fast Lap: 19.617 seconds and 91.757 MPH on lap 7, C. Foskey 28, H. J. Bunting III 1W, G. Richards 98, H. O'Neil R1, C. Tucker 39W, J. Brown 9, J. Paulson 15, C. Ott T10. 2 ND: N. Short, Jr. 8M Track Fast Lap: 19.3 seconds and 93.264 MPH on lap 8, R. Dutton 888 2nd Track Fast Lap 19.666seconds and 91.529 MPH on lap 8, R. Johnson 69, J. Mills 30, T. Millman 410, J. Mills 1R, D. Radd 55, T. Curtis 57, E. Collins 15, D. Rust 9D.
Robert Dutton picked up his first win for 2006. Rookie Matt Jester & Norman Short won heats. Beau Wilkins has really been fast too.
Donny Radd, Tim Millman blew engines, Steve Dutton fell with mechanical woes.
Jeff Paulson visited DIS for time this year. Tom Curtis had a left front tire come off during heats, but made the field and finished 12th.

Kenny Pettyjohn Claims Win Number Three In Late Model Action
1-5 Results Were:
1. Kenny Pettyjohn # 38S 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.297 Seconds
2. Gary Simpson* # 12K and 93.279 MPH on lap 6
3. Rick Whaley # 4
4. Donald Lingo, Jr. # 55L Track Fast Lap: 19.286 seconds
5. Bob Geiger # 38 and 93.332 MPH on lap 8
Remaining Field Follows:
Bob Geiger 38, Mark Williams* 26, Larry Meadows* 00, Jamie Eichholz 61, David Pettyjohn 80, Kerry King K&B, Mike Wilkins 1, G. G. Messick 10, Mike Williams 11, DNS: Robert Massey 6X, and Bryan Whaley.
Heats: 1 ST: D. Lingo, Jr. 55L Track Fast Lap: 19.387 seconds and 92.846 MPH on lap 5, B. Geiger 38 2nd Track Fast Lap: 20.074 seconds and 89.668 MPH on lap 8, M. Williams* 26, M. Wilkins 1, M. Williams 11, B. Whaley 19, DNS: R. Massey 6X, G. Simpson* 12K
2 ND: K. Pettyjohn 38S 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.346 seconds and 93.042 MPH on lap 2 , D. Pettyjohn 80, R. Whaley 4 Track Fast Lap: 19.342 seconds and 93.062 MPH on lap 5, Jamie Eichholz 61, L. Meadows* 00, K. King K&B, G. G. Messick 10.
In the feature, Mike Wilkins on a restart of lap 3, got a little out of shape tagging Kerry King, who bounced off the front stretch wall. When King was bouncing off the wall he got into G. G. Messick, and then King bounced back into the wall just under the flag stand flipping over on the roof. Both drivers were unhurt.
David Pettyjohn was running 2nd when the engine gave him trouble and headed to the pits on lap 10.
Gary Simpson rookie started 15th and finished 2nd. This is his first year in Late Models and very strong every week. Simpson also didn't run any heats with mechanical trouble; sure must worked it out.
Rick Whaley was back at DIS. Mark Williams a rookie to LM had one of his best finishes with 6th.
K Pettyjohn continues to be flawless with his 3rd win. He also was voted as the Redbud69 recipient for the Headache Award for last week when he and Vic Thomas made contact. Visit the forum to vote for who you think deserves the Headache Award from tonight?

Brad Trice Doubles His Wins In Delaware Running AC Delco TSS Modified Racing This Weekend
1-5 Results Were:
1. Brad Trice # 33 Track Fast Lap: 21.344 Seconds and
84.333 MPH on lap 4
2. Jack Mullins, Jr. # 1 2nd Track Fast Lap: 21.641 Seconds
3. Tom Evans # 25 and 83.175 MPH on lap 7
4. Richie Walls, Sr. # 26W
5. Joseph Tracy # 37J
Remaining Field Follows:
Justin Griffith 91, Mark Byram 57, Bobby Watkins 4, Billy Carr 29, Tim Trimble 21, Adam Jarrell 42, Grant Ireland 44, Mike Hough 61, Andy Hammond 66, Morris Tucker 60, Lance Mears* 91W, Rick Loveland 69, Richard White, Jr. 27, Chris Hitchens 1A, Herbie Hempel 53H, Donnie Dutton 8, Ryan Walls* 14W, John Curtis 17, George Richardson 15, Brett Cogdill 98, Ron Riccio* 14K.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Jack Mullins, Jr. 21.491 seconds and 83.756 MPH on lap 2
Brad Trice 21.506 seconds and 83.698 MPH on lap 5
Tom Evans 21.616 seconds and 83.272 MPH on lap 3
Ryan Walls* 21.630 seconds and 83.218 MPH on lap 5
Bobby Watkins 21.631 seconds and 83.214 MPH on lap 2
Brad Trice was a double winner last weekend with winning the TSS Modified on Friday night at GT, and then winning on Saturday night at DIS. Great job guys.
Tommy Evans started 3rd, and worked to get 2nd, to only ride a little too wide and shuffling back to 14th, to bring it back up to 3rd. Great job!

Rookie Joe Warren Wins His First TSS Late Model Victory In The 15 Lap Feature Tonight
1-5 Results Were:
1. Joe Warren* # 11
2. Eddie Williams # 91 Track Fast Lap: 21.871 Seconds and
82.301 MPH on lap 8
3. Ross Robinson* # 7 2nd Track Fast Lap: 21.964 Seconds
4. Daniel Fielder* # 37 and 81.878 MPH on lap 10
5. Kelly Putz # 59
Remaining Field Follows:
Mike Wilson 12, Kevin Scott, Jr.* 12K, Hal Browning 46, Travis Justice* 4, Rick Eskridge 56, Bobby Williamson 41, Brooks Fleetwood* 20, Chris Baker 88C, Mike Michaelson 7D, DNS: Steve Bunting 19.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Joe Warren* 21.508 seconds and 83.411 MPH on lap 6
Eddie Williams 21.748 seconds and 82.766 MPH on lap 6
Ross Robinson* 21.752 seconds and 82.751 MPH on lap 4
Hal Browning 21.753 seconds and 82.747 MPH on lap 5
Daniel Freidler 22.085 seconds and 81.503 MPH on lap 5
Rookie Joe Warren took his first win in the TSS Late, Joe's a former Mod Lite class.
Jon Callaway hasn't been to DIS, everyone misses, nor sure what he is racing or doing.
Young driver making a debut in the TSS Late Model this weekend was Travis Justice in the #4. He finished 7th on Friday and 9th Saturday at DIS. First time in any car classes; and he is one of the young guys that is running this year 16 or younger.
Steve Bunting had his engine go while qualifying and DNS. Eddie Williams showed up last week with a new car for him. I was told that it is one of Ricky Elliott's old car. (don't quote me for sure in the that it is Ricky's car, I just didn't get to verify.) Williams finished 2nd in one of his best finishes.
Ricky Eskridge first time to track for this year. Neither Chris or Shane Sockriter raced tonight. Chris received the Redbud69 Headache Award for the week before last.

Brandon Dennis Picks Up First Win At Delaware International Speedway In Modified Lite Feature
1-5 Results Were:

1. Brandon Dennis # 10 Track Fast Lap: 22.549 Seconds and
79.826 MPH on lap 12
2. Aaron Bada # 10H 2nd Track Fast Lap: 22.615 Seconds
3. Tim White # 78 and 79.593 MPH on lap 12
4. Herb Tunis # 85
5. Sparky White # 16
Remaining Field Follows:
Billy Mellon* 56, Nick Hendricks 22X, Jody Cahall* 77, Kirk Miles 21, Rusty Dadds* 38, Randy Hill, Jr. 42, Bucky McNatt 48, Erik McKinney V75, Mike Hovatter 2, Richie Wilson* 15R, Steve White 76, DNS: Mike Stratton 75, Keith Layton 3.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Brandon Dennis 22.354 seconds and 80.523 MPH on lap 9
Steve White 22.414 seconds and 80.307 MPH on lap 5
Richie Wilson* 23.674 seconds and 79.386 MPH on lap 4
Tim White 22.715 seconds and 79.243 MPH on lap 9
Billy Mellon* 22.761 seconds and 79.083 MPH on lap 9
The Mod Lite winner Brandon Dennis has been strong this year and collected his first win at DIS; he runs Middleford as well.
On the start, in turn 4 as they go green, Steve White and Randy Hill, Jr. make contact. White's car gets high up and flipping landing right side up on the pit exit to the track and front wall. Rookie Billy Mellon saw the action and moved to get out of the way as White's car landed smack dab pinning Mellon to the wall. No one injured. Mellon said he saw it all and was trying to get out of the way going high and I saw the car coming toward me before I cleared the turn.
Mike Hovatter made his way to DIS first time in #2, as Rusty Dadds in #38.
Slide For Five Winner: Dylan Betts # 73

Bonnie Nibblett
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Update On News From Georgetown Speedway

Update on Track Rules - Phone # 302-856-7415 and Fax # 302-856-7415
Gates open at 5 PM, Drivers meeting at 6:30 PM, Warm-ups at 7:00 PM, First Heat at 7:30 PM, General Admission will be $10.00 and Pit Admission: $25.00.
MODIFIED - $2500 to win $200 to take the green.
TSS Crate Pay - $500 to win $100 to take the green.
Rules for all divisions will follow that of Delaware International Speedway with the following exception:
American Racer 44 or harder or Hoosier 1300 or harder on the right rear. No cheater tires.
You can run any tire that you want on the other three corners.
If you run the same brand tire on all four corners (American Racer or Hoosier), the winner will get a certificate for a free tire of that brand.
REMEMBER!!
!!Absolutely no one under the age of 14 will be allowed in the pits. Anyone under 16 that doesn't have a drivers license or I.D. should bring a copy of their Birth Certificate!!
Bonnie Nibblett
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Georgetown Speedway Resurrected, Opens This Friday, May 26, 2006
May 22, 2006
By Bonnie Nibblett

There has been a rumor circulating around for the last few years Georgetown Speedway, Georgetown, DE may reopen. Well it is official it will reopen May 26, 2006. No one knew to believe it or not. Just as the rumor that Delmar may be closing next year. The rumor on Delmar has not been true, at least for a while we all hope. But the Georgetown rumor is all true. Promoter Lou Johnson has worked and hung in through it all too, and finally gets the okay to re-open that awesome fastest clay oval.

The yearning to still have, two nights of hot racing action with Late Models and Modifieds has never left any of us NEED FOR SPEED addicts from the past I’m willing to bet. For years Friday night, Georgetown ran and Saturday night Delaware International Speedway would run. Georgetown Speedway has not been open since September 1997. But years ago, it was one of the hottest local dirt tracks around. I along with many others grew up at Georgetown and Delmar tracks, we turned out pretty good. Racing is a good family entertainment for all.

With all the work Lou had to go to get this track open and to have it be supported by everyone in the community has been a tough, tough job, getting it all worked out. But it is possible to want something so bad, and when it does happen you reach a new spark in your life and tackle it. With more and more short tracks closing around us, saving a track and making it the great track it was years ago will be a challenge somewhat, but very, very possible if we all support it.

The track will alternate with the Super Late Models and Big Block Modifieds each week and regular show with TSS Modified and Late Model crate class each week. Little Lincoln’s Vintage Club will visit the track for a “Blast From The Past” feature now and then, once appearance is June 23.

The track will open this Friday, May 26, 2006. Purse pay out $2500 to Big Block Modified Winner. Gates open at 5PM, Drivers meeting at 6:30PM, Warm-ups at 7:00PM, First Heat at 7:30PM, General Admission will be $10.00 and Pit Admission: $25.00. The complete schedule is on the tracks web and redbud69racing.com and forum.

Rules for all divisions will follow that of Delaware International Speedway with the following exception: American Racer 44 or harder or Hoosier 1300 or harder on the right rear. No cheater tires. No one under the age of 14 will be allowed in the pits. Anyone under 16 that doesn't have a driver’s license or I.D. should bring a copy of their Birth Certificate.

There will be more and more details about Georgetown as we get it in. So visit www.redbud69racing.com for updates and information or visit the tracks new web at www.georgetownspeedway.com. This is a really good thing for our area and community. Loving racing just makes it thousands of times more fun. See you at the track!

Bonnie Nibblett
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Hot Action Continues At Delaware International Speedway
May 22, 2006
By Bonnie Nibblett

Delmar DE…..The Delaware Motorsports Complex continues with hot action every weekend. The mile clay oval had the mighty Winged URC Sprints visit May 13, 2006 for the first time this season where defending 2005 URC Champion Curt Michael burned his way to win his first win for 2006. “ The Pink Panther” Kramer Williamson was awfully fast in the heats and feature, claiming a lap at 17.039 seconds and 105.64 MPH on lap 8 in the heat.

Mike Haggenbottom returned to URC this season after running an ARCA like race car on asphalt. He will be in the former #54 which Chris Coyle drove last season. Coyle will be in the # 92. Another change up was Bryan Seidel who used to run in the Bostic # 6 will ride in the bright green # 5G. Greg Coverdale returns to racing in the Bostic # 6. Coverdale has not raced in a few years but was right on the mark that night. The top five were Michael 99, Williamson 73, Bill Brian, Jr. 00, Jon Eldreth 25, and Coverdale 6. The URC Sprints will return to Delmar on June 3, 2006, Dover NASCAR weekend.

Other action on the speedway has been hot as ever in all the classes. Regular late model drivers Richard Jarvis, Jr., Mark Pettyjohn and Rick Whaley have ventured to run at a few tracks in North Carolina. But in between they have raced home at DIS as well as making some fantastic side by side, and wheel to wheel action. Ricky Elliott managed to visit when he wanted to do some testing on his Late Model, and claimed a Late Model win.

Last weekend the top five finishers were Donald Lingo, Jr., Lou Johnson, Rick Whaley, Richard Jarvis, Jr., and David Pettyjohn. Donald ran an 18.848 seconds and 95.501 MPH on lap 10 in the feature. Kenny Pettyjohn won his heat with and track fast lap of 18.868 seconds and 95.4 MPH on lap five. David Pettyjohn won the second heat. But is was Jarvis that had the fastest lap with an 19.378 seconds and 92.889 MPH on lap 5.

Modified action has had some great action each Saturday night. Although, Jamie Mills won the first three features and is running DIS full time this year; Tim Millman and Ricky Johnson both have claimed the other wins. Last Saturday Johnson won with Beau Wilkins, H. J. Bunting (2005 DIS Defending track champ), Mills and Norman Short, Jr. in his big block Modified rounding out the top five. Special thanks to heat winners Robert Dutton and Jamie Mills for doing a live interview on RaceNite radio show hosted by Mark Potter; available at www.reacetalklive.com

The AC Delco TSS Modified has had a full field every weekend. Andy Hammond won opening night in April, and then 2005 defending track champ Bobby Watkins claimed the next two, and Jack Mullins, Jr. in the Bi-Rite Auto Sales Modified claimed the last two weeks. This class continues to increase each week with new drivers making the change to the TSS crate engines.

The TSS Late Model class is new this year, and each week new drivers have added to the field. This class runs along with the Street Modified cars. Mike Wilson was strong Saturday night and won last week in his crate motor, but did not get off to a good start Saturday when he got out of shape and hit the barrier wall pretty hard just before turn one on the start. Wilson had front end damage and was hauled to the pits. But the next restart had Gary Manos in a brand new sharp looking bright green TSS Late Model coming out of turn two gets into the back wall ruining his chances to run. It was Manos first visit for 2006 last Saturday.

While all the clean up was being made Wilson, had time to get his car worked on and returned to the track only two laps down claiming a tenth place finish. Rookie’s Kevin Scott, Jr. has finished 6th the last two weeks after working out some kinks. Rookie Ross Robinson picked up his second win last Saturday night. And Shane Sockriter another rookie has been right up there each week. All three of these guys’ ages range 14-16 years old; future racers running up there with the veterans like Hal Browning. The class grows each week.

The Modified Lite class count has fallen off a bit with a lot of drivers taking to the TSS Mod or Late crate motors. But the class has had new drivers coming out, like Richie Wilson, Billy Mellon. The action has been just as exciting with top guns switching back and forth or searing through the field to the front have been Tim White, Steve White, Herb Tunis, Erik McKinney, Brandon Dennis, and Aaron Bada all taking turns up front.

The Little Lincoln Vintage Club has raced twice at DIS so far. Ron Wilson won the first night and 2005 Champion Bill Brittingham won last week. These guys put on a great show each time they visit. If you have never seen Little Lincoln’s race you should try to see them. They are more to the true vintage racing car, more so than the older era of Vintage cars now a day. The cars have not been all cut up and over stocked. They’ll return on June 10.

The speedway runs every Saturday night throughout the summer until September with points ending and then the Delaware State Track Dirt Champion in Nov. Gates open at 5:00 PM, cars start racing at 7:00 PM; sprint nights gates open 4:30 PM racing at 6:30 PM. Check the tracks web at www.delawareracing.com for the schedule or any questions call the office at 302-875-1911 or the hot line at 302-846-3968.

The U. S. 13 Dragway has had plenty of speed down the strip each Sunday. Super Pro has Tommy Ketterman leader in points and in Pro Jesse Truitt leads. This Sunday will be double points in the regular weekly Summit ET Point Series divisions. Also on schedule will be the makeup of the rained out High School Elimination series opener which will carry single points. Gates open at 10 a.m. with time trials at 11 a.m. and eliminations at 3 p.m. The dragway will change to Friday nights starting June 9th. Check the web or call for more information at tracks office 302-875-1911.

The U. S. 13 Kart Club Track has been having record attendance on Friday nights in karting action. They will return this Friday with a club race, gates open at 5:00 PM; practice starts 7:00PM. Then the Delaware State Divisional will be on Saturday, June 2. Gate will open at 7:00 AM, Registration 7-9 AM (no exceptions unless you call ahead to register), and starts at 9:00 AM. Gate admission is only $5 each, and free 13 & under.

Points leaders in the club are Chris Eck, Tyler Messick, Kody Joudrey, Brad Collins, Mark Wilkins, Lee Hurlock, Erika Hearn, Mike Reynolds, and Randy Wroten. Current points leaders in the state division are Buddy Bloom, Adam Weber, Clint Chalabala (2), Brandon White (2), Matt Mobray, Buddy Sload Jr. (2), Charles Hayes, Ralph Moore, Randy Wroten, Brandon Morris (2) and, Mike Ellerbush. Check the tracks web site at www.dekarting.net for any news, images, and information. Also the tracks hot line is 302-846-2646.

So if your NEED FOR SPEED itch needs some scratching you have three types of racing in Delmar to feed the need. Take a night and pack up the family to come see some sizzling speeds and action at one of the best facilities in Delaware tracks. You won’t be sorry. For all you Delaware and Surrounding Tracks News Plus NASCAR visit www.redbud69racing.com for all the updates on Delaware’s track news. See you at the track!

Bonnie Nibblett
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Results for Delaware International Speedway May 20, 2006
Denotes (*) Rookie

Ricky Johnson "Slow but Sexy Number 69" Claims First Modified Feature Win For 2006
1-5 Results Were:
1. Ricky Johnson # 69 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.694 Seconds
and 91.398 MPH on lap 5
2. Beau Wilkins # 85 Track Fast Lap: 19.677 Seconds and
3. Jamie Mills # 30 91.477 MPH on lap 5
4. H. J. Bunting III # 1W
5. Stormin Norman Short, Jr. # 8M
Remaining Field Follows:
Tim Millman 410, Steve Downs 12D, Robert Dutton 888, Glen Reed 35, Cliff Foskey 28, Matt Jester* 62, Glen Richards 98, Judd Mills 1R, Jeff Brown 9, Donny Radd 55, Tom Curtis 57, Chuck Tucker 39W, Colby Steele 101, Larry Crouse 99, Craig Ott T10, Eddie Collins 16. DNS: Dale Hawkins 83.
Heats: 1 ST: R. Dutton 888 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.979 seconds and 90.095 MPH on lap 8, N. Short, Jr. 8M Track Fast Lap: 19.936 seconds and 90.289 MPH on lap 8, B. Wilkins 85, T. Millman 410, G. Richards 98, C. Foskey 28, J. Mills 1R, C. Steele 101, C. Tucker 39W, E. Collins 16, D. Radd 55, DNS: D. Simmons 48.
2 ND: J. Mills 30 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.798 seconds and 90.918 MPH on lap 8, R. Johnson 69, H. J. Bunting 1W Track Fast Lap: 19.771 seconds and 91.042 MPH on lap 2, S. Downs II 12D, T. Curtis 57, G. Reed 35, J. Brown 9, L. Crouse 99, M. Jester* 62, C. Ott T10, D. Hawkins 83, H. O'Neil R1.
Track was heavy. Ricky Johnson picked up first win for 2006. Beau Wilkins was fast in heats and on the track last night.
Heats won by Robert Dutton and Jamie Mills. Special Thanks to these guys for being a guest on RaceNite Live show hosted by Mark Potter, shows available on www.racetalklive.com.
Jamie has either won or finished in top 5 since the start of the season.
Heat 2 had 2005 DIS Rookie of the year Dale Hawkins taking a wild ride landing on the roof and end his night. Ashame, but Hawkins and Tom Curtis are running on a very low budget and no back ups. I was told the frame broke? A consolation race was formed but not needed with all cars qualifying.

Donald Lingo, Jr. Running Top Form To Claim Twenty Lap Late Model Feature
1-5 Results Were:
1. Donald Lingo, Jr. # 55L Track Fast Lap: 18.848 Seconds
2. Lou Johnson # 96 and 95.501 MPH on lap 10
3. Rick Whaley # 4 2nd Track Fast Lap: Kenny Pettyjohn
4. Richard Jarvis, Jr. # 47 19.079 Seconds and 94.345 MPH
5. David Pettyjohn # 80 on lap 7
Remaining Field Follows:
Dale Lingo, IV 99L, Rob Massey 6X, Rob Schirmer 118, Kerry King K&B, Bobby Dryden 44, Jamie Eichholz 61, Bob Geiger 38, Mark Williams* 26, Mike Wilkins 1, David Hill 75, Larry Meadows* 00, Kenny Pettyjohn 38S, Gary Simpson* 12K, Vic Thomas A1, G. G. Messick 10, DNS: B. Whaley 9.
Heats: 1 ST: K. Pettyjohn 38S Track Fast Lap: 18.868 seconds and 95.4 MPH on lap 5, D. Lingo, Jr. 55L, 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.377 seconds and 92.894 MPH on lap 5, G. Simpson 12K, R. Whaley 4, R. Schirmer 118, R. Massey 6X, V. Thomas A1. 2 ND: D. Pettyjohn 80 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.628 seconds and 91.706 MPH on lap 2, D. Hill 75, R. Jarvis 47 Track Fast Lap: 19.378 seconds and 92.889 MPH on lap 5, L. Johnson 96, D. Lingo IV 99L, B. Geiger 38, K. King K&B. Consi: G. G. Messick 10 2nd Track Fast Lap: 21.718 seconds and 82.881 MPH on lap 1, J. Eichholz 61, B. Dryden 44 Track Fast Lap: 21.688 seconds and 82.995 on lap3, M. Williams* 26 , M. Wilkins 1, L. Meadows* 00, DNQ: B. Whaley 19

20 cars run in a feature. 2 heats taking 7 cars each and a consi taking 6 cars.
Richard Jarvis, Jr. was at DIS with a new Lazer alcohol run late model & finished 4th..
Rick Whaley was home at DIS too; & finished 3rd Rick has been going to Wayne Cty. and Clary's in N. Carolina. David Hill only ran 11 laps, & I did not get to find out what happened.
Dale Lingo IV, was on the pole at the start, but Donald Lingo, Jr. took the lead right away. At halfway it was Donald Lingo, Jr., K. Pettyjohn, Lou Johnson, Jarvis, Gary Simpson. Jarvis was on the move and passes Johnson for 3rd on lap 12.
Lap 14 leaders battling with some lap traffic slowing both Lingo & Pettyjohn giving KP little advantage to get to the tail of Lingo. Then a lap car Vic Thomas was trying to get to the inside out of the way for the leaders just as KP & Lingo are almost side by side for the lead out of turn 4. Thomas came right down in front to them clearing Lingo but catching KP nose and ending his nite.
When the field reaches lap cars, drivers are contacted by radio communications of the officials, telling them the leaders are near you and go to the inside of the track to get out of the way. I assume Vic did not know they were that close. Bad deal but stuff happens.
Lingo leads Jarvis who took second on the restart followed by Johnson, Whaley, D. Pettyjohn. Last 2 laps Jarvis is trying to reel in Lingo. Last lap in turn 2 Jarvis goes wide and looses momentum on the crest of the turn with Johnson running to take 2nd and with Whaley in 3rd. Jarvis collects and brought home in 4th. Lingo was very strong last few weeks and took his first win for 2006.
Gary Simpson has continued to stay strong running in this class with 4 tops 5's. Simpson last night had trouble not sure if in wreck or mechanical.

Jack Mullins, Jr. Picks Up Second In A Row AC Delco TSS Modified Win Tonight
1-5 Results Were:
1. Jack Mullins, Jr. # 1 Track Fast Lap: 21.596 Seconds and
2. Bobby Watkins # 4 83.349 MPH on lap 10
3. Ryan Walls* # 14 2nd Track Fast Lap: 21.897 Seconds
4. Donnie Dutton # 8 and 82.203 MPH on lap 8
5. Brad Trice # 33
Remaining Field Follows:
Richie Walls, Sr. 26W, Ron Riccio 14K, Mark Byram 57, Tom Evans 25, Joe Tracy 37J, Grant Ireland 44, Richard White, Jr. 27, H. J. Bunting 91W, Chris Hitchens 1A, George Richardson 15, Mike White 37M, Justin Griffith 91, John Curtis 17, Tim Trimble 21T, John Lynn* 79, Brad Bradbury* 99C, Brett Cogdill 98, Mike Hough 61, Andy Hammond 66, Billy Carr 29.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Ryan Walls* 21.405 seconds and 84.093 MPH on lap 6
Jack Mullins, Jr. 21.491 seconds and 83.756 MPH on lap 2
Mark Byram 21.663 seconds and 83.091 MPH on lap 7
Bobby Watkins 21.776 seconds and 82.660 MPH on lap 4
Donnie Dutton, Jr. 21.818 seconds and 82.501 MPH on lap 2
Jack Mullins, Jr. won for the second week in a row; Jack has had a few off nights so this helps a lot. This class continues to grow with 25 for the feature.
Richie Walls, Sr. started on the point. As the cars reached turn 2 Mark Byram in 2nd got around in front of remaining field, but luckily everyone pretty much miss him. Andy Hammond was on the hook so he may have tagged Byram or fell victim with no place to go.
Tonight was "Double Entry" Night where a driver can pay $100 bucks to race in another class that night and if won receive an extra $500 buckaroos. H. J. Bunting III competed in running Lance Mears TSS Mod to shake down the car and finished 13th.
Rookie Ryan Walls continues to be a front runner along with 2005 Defending DIS Champion Bobby Watkins. George Richardson made his first appearance for the year.
Ryan Walls*, Jerry L Carter, II* 46, Lance Mears 91W, John Wynn* 79, Brad Bradbury* 99C, Bobby Ballantine* 10, and Mike White* 37M will all be candidates for the Redbud69Racing.com Rookie of the Year title and plague sponsored by AutoWorld of Delmar, DE.

Rookie Ross Robinson Masters Second TSS Late Model Win
1-5 Results Were:
1. Ross Robinson* # 7 Track Fast Lap: 22.178 Seconds
2. Steve Bunting # 19 and 81.162 MPH on lap 4
3. Daniel Freidler* # 37 2nd Track Fast Lap: 22.487 Seconds
4. Josh Hudson # 1 and 80.046 MPH on lap 9
5. Hal Browning # 46
Remaining Field Follows:
Kevin Scott, Jr.* 12K, Mike Michaelson 7D, Gus Economides 30, Joe Warren* 11, Mike Wilson 12, Charles Jarvis C45, Kelly Putz 59, Shane Sockriter* 32, Bobby Williamson 41, Eddie Williams 91, Gary Manos.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Joe Warren* 21.908 seconds and 82.162 MPH on lap 4
Mike Michaelson 22.098 seconds and 81.455 MPH on lap 4
Ross Robinson* 22.328 seconds and 80.616 MPH on lap 1
Hal Browning 22.336 seconds and 80.587 MPH on lap 2
Daniel Freidler 22.404 seconds and 80.343 MPH on lap 3
Just to clarify the DQ last week for Daniel Freidler winner, a wire for the MSD box slipped off and the car only turned 5400. They are not allowed to be over 6000 but he was still dq. Also, last week was the last night your car could have non-soldered wires without penalty.
On the start last weeks winner Mike Wilson almost reaches turn 1 and somehow hits the barrier wall pretty hard and on the hook. The race restarted and Ross Robinson took the lead. Ross picked up his 2nd win tonight. This is his first year after coming from micros.
Gary Manos returned to DIS this year in a brand new TSS Late Model car looking really sharp. However, in the feature Gary comes off turn 2 just as lap one starts, and heads right into the wall hard ending his night before he got started. This gave Wilson a change to work on his car and return to the track just 2 laps down finishing 10th.
Lap 10 yellow waves as Michaelson got by Kelly Putz. Putz had some front end damage and Mike Michaelson was trying to tell him with his hand. Michaelson was sent to the pits for a consultation for rough riding, but explained what the gesture was for not to Putz.

Steve A. White Captures Third Win In The Modified Lite Feature
1-5 Results Were:
1. Steve White # 76 Track Fast Lap: 22.911 Seconds and
78.565 MPH on lap 15
2. Tim White # 78 2nd Track Fast Lap: 23.175 Seconds and
3. Herb Tunis # 85 77.67 MPH on lap 14
4. Erik McKinney # V75
5. Brandon Dennis # 10
Remaining Field Follows:
Richie Wilson* 15R, Randy Hill, Jr. 42, Greg Taylor 1A, Jody Cahall* 77, Billy Mellon* 56, Nick Hendricks 22X, Aaron Bada 10H, Kirk Miles 21.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Tim White 22.388 seconds and 80.400 MPH on lap 1
Steve White 22.464 seconds and 80.128 MPH on lap 3
Richie Wilson* 23.018 seconds and 78.200 MPH on lap 4
Randy Hill, Jr. 23.030 seconds and 78.159 MPH on lap 3
Aaron Bada 23.036 seconds and 78.139 MPH on lap 4
Kirk Miles has really had a struggle this season. The last 2 weeks he has been having an electrical problems and the car just shuts down. Again, it happened just as the feature started ending his night.
Teammates Steve & Tim White started 7th & 8th and finished 1st & 2nd, continuing to be strong runners in this class. Richie Walls had another good finish in 6th.

Bill Brittingham Claims First Little Lincoln Win For The 2006 Season
1. Bill Brittingham # 4
2. Ron Wilson # 15
3. Jamie Wagner # 3
4. Duke Walsen # 9
5. Mel Joseph, Jr. # 30
Remaining Field Follows:
Tim Chambers 22, Matt Tipton 7X, Jeff Karr 7K, Donald Robinson, Jr. 64, Albert Mitchell 10, Ken Bachman 38, Kenny Foy 47, Matt Johnson 69, Archie Tucker 07, Pat McNeil 00, Jim Miller, III 57.
2005 Rookie of the Year Little Lincoln Jamie Wagner & Duke Walsen both finished 3rd & 4th this week and the last time they ran May 6.

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Results for Delaware International Speedway May 13, 2006
Denotes (*) Rookie

Curt Michael Wins First Win For 2006 In The First State In The URC Sprints First Race For 2006 In The Twenty-five Lap Feature
1-5 Results Were:
1. Curt Michael # 99 2nd Track Fast Lap: 18.267 Seconds and 98.538 on lap 11
2. Kramer Williamson # 73 Track Fast Lap: 17.793 Seconds and
3. Bill Brian, Jr. # 00 101.163 MPH on lap 6
4. Jon Eldreth # 25
5. Greg Coverdale # 6
Remaining Field Follows:
Randy West 19H, Tim Hogue 39, Mike Haggenbottom 54, Ed Aikin 19A, Dave Ely 3, Midge Miller 8, Dave McGough 669, Justin Collett 69, Adam Gordon 2W, Brooke Weibly 56, Jimmy Martin, Jr. 17, Will Urkuski 14, Josh Weller 63, Mark Bitner 15, Chris Coyle 92, Mares Stellfox 56M, Gary Gollub 36, Jimmy Stitzel 1X, Brian Seidel 5G, Jason Clauss 08. DNQ: Davey Sammons* 79, Johnny Zimmerman 19, Brooke Bowman 2B, Scott Pursell 1, Mike Bostic 40, Jeff Fithian* 54P, Brain Brittingham 12, Dave Betts, Jr. 22, Jamie Bodo 21B, Rob Stillwagon* 89.

Heats: 1 ST: K. Williamson 73 Track Fast Lap: 17.039 seconds and 105.64 MPH on lap 8, Bill Brian, Jr. 00 2nd Track Fast Lap: 17.818 seconds and 101021 MPH on lap 7, J. Stitzel 1X, A. Gordon 2W, G. Gollub 36, E. Aikin 19A. 2 ND: M. Haggenbottom 54 Track Fast Lap: 17.532 seconds and 102.669 MPH on lap 5, J. Eldreth 25 2nd Track Fast Lap: 18.083 seconds and 99.541 MPH on lap 8, D. McGough 669, R. West 19H, W. Urkuski 14, J. Clauss 08. 3 RD: M. Miller 8, 2ND Track Fast Lap: 18. 031 seconds and 99.828 MPH on lap 7, T. Hogue 39, B. Seidel 5G, C. Michael 99 Track Fast Lap: 17.685 seconds and 101.781 MPH on lap 7, J. Weller 63, G. Coverdale 6. B: Main: M. Stellfox 56M 18.389 seconds and 97.885 MPH on lap 2, J. Martin 17, B. Weibly 56, J. Collette 69, C. Coyle 92, D. Ely 3, Prov: M. Bitner 15.

Mighty Winged URC Sprints made their first appearance for this year with 35 cars taking the 25 spots to race. The track was great last night, slick but still a little tacky or spongey. 3 heats taking 6 cars in each heat and the B Main took 6 cars. Great show by everyone in the feature really switching up with action in the top 10 sprints.
Kramer Williamson ran a qualifying lap of 17.039 seconds and 105.64 MPH and was almost half track length ahead of everyone. The way he was rolling with 25 laps for a heat he may have just lapped the whole field.
Williamson started on the pole, with Mike Haggenbottom, Midge Miller, Bill Brian, Jr., Jon Eldreth 25. Both Brain Seidel, and Jason Clauss had some mechanical problems bringing out the yellow twice on lap 3 and 4. It was a single file restart the second restart as Eldreth and Brian battle for 3rd. By lap 5 defending 2005 URC Champion Curt Michael had moved into 5th after starting 11th.
A lot of change ups this year. Haggenbottom returned back to a URC in the # 54 6 Bostic
Brain Seidel is now driving the bright green #5G. Greg Coverdale returned to the series this year and driving Bostic #6 (Seidel old seat) seat this year after racing in a asphalt division. . A few guys I have not seen before were Will Urkuski 14, Adam Gordon 2W, Brook Weibly 56, and Jamie Bodo 21B. Trevor Lewis was in # 56 last year and Kevin Welsh was in # 2W. Chris Coyle is in the # 92 instead of the # 54.
Rookies this year are Davey Sammons* coming from 600cc Micros to the more power of the URC Series, as Rob Stillwagon* 89, Jeff Fithian* 54P are to rookies.
Special thanks to Davey Sammons for doing an interview on RaceNight live radio & internet show available at www.racetalklive.com

Tim Millman Has Been Strong Each Week And Brings Home The Checkered Flag To Win His First Modified Victory For 2006
1-5 Results Were:
1. Tim Millman # 410 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.666 Seconds and 91.529 MPH on lap 15
2. Ricky Johnson # 69 Track Fast Lap: 19.557 Seconds and 92.039
3. Norman Short # 8M MPH on lap 5
4. Beau Wilkins # 85
5. Jamie Mills # 30
Remaining Field Follows:
Bobby Wilkins 85M, Robert Dutton 888, H. J. Bunting III 1W, Matt Jester* 62, Cliff Foskey 28, Tom Curtis 57, Howard O'Neil R1, Donny Radd 55, Glen Reed 35, Chuck Tucker 39W, Colby Steele 101, Dale Hawkins 83, Judd Mills 2R, Chris Glanden T10, Jeff Brown 9, Drew Simmons 48, Eddie Collins 16. DNS: Chad James 27, Glen Richards 98.

Heats: 1 ST: B. Wilkins 85 Track Fast Lap: 19.85 seconds and 90.68 MPH on lap 7, H. J. Bunting III 1W 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.87 seconds and 90.589 MPH on lap 2, R. Dutton 888, M. Jester* 62, H. O'Neil R1, C. Tucker 39W, J. Brown 9. 2 ND: T. Millman 410 Track Fast Lap: 19.434 seconds and 92.621 MPH on lap 7, J. Mills 30 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.799 seconds and 90.914 MPH on lap 6, R. Johnson 69, B. Wilkins 85M, T. Curtis 57, C. Foskey 28. Consi: D. Radd 55 Track Fast Lap: 20.797 seconds and 86.551 MPH on lap 4, G. Reed 35, D. Hawkins 83, C. Steele 101, J. Mills 2R, C. Glanden T10, D. Simmons 48, C. James 27. Alt: E. Collins 16, DNS: G. Richards 98.

Tim Millman since the beginning of the season cam in 5th opening night, 4th the week after, 2nd last week and a week this week. Tim also said "we had a week where it rained so that may have been 3rd that week." Anyway it is a banner of a good streak and talent this year. Also the first one to win other than Jamie Mills.
Beau Wilkins Millman won the heats. On the start Ricky Johnson took the lead follow by Millman.
Bridgeport had a rain out and Chad James 27, made a visit to DIS. He had trouble in the heat and not able to take his spot in the main. Chris Glanden filled in for Craig Ott T10, who was ill.

Ricky Elliott Visits Delaware And Claims The Late Model Checkered Tonight
1-5 Results Were:
1. Ricky Elliott # 91 Track Fast Lap: 20.679 Seconds and 87.045 MPH on lap 11
2. Donald Lingo, Jr. # 55
3. Kenny Pettyjohn # 38S 2nd Track Fast Lap: 20.852 Seconds and
4. Lou Johnson # 96 86.323 MPH on lap 17
5. Gary Simpson # 12K
Remaining Field Follows:
David Hill 75, Rob Schirmer 118, David Pettyjohn 80, Dale Lingo IV 99L, Bob Geiger 38, Rob Massey 6X, G. G. Messick 10, Mark Williams* 26, Ted Taylor* 45, Kerry King K&B, Larry Meadows* 00, Jamie Eichholz 61, Bryan Whaley 19, Michael Wilkins 1.

Heats: 1 ST: G. Simpson 12K Track Fast Lap: 20.35 seconds and 88.452 MPH on lap 8, L. Johnson 96 2nd Track Fast Lap: 20.404 seconds and 88.218 MPH on lap 8, D. Lingo IV 99L, R. Schirmer 118, R. Massey 6X, K. King K&B, D. Pettyjohn 80. 2 ND: K. Pettyjohn 38S 2nd Track Fast Lap: 20.078 seconds and 89.65 MPH on lap 7, R. Elliott 91 Track Fast Lap: 19.937 seconds and 90.284 MPH on lap 7, d. Hill 75, D. Lingo, Jr. 55L, B. Geiger 38, J. Eichholz 61, L. Meadows* 00, Remaining qualified automatically with number of cars, G. G. Messick 10, M. Wilkins 1, M. Williams* 26, B. Whaley 19, T. Taylor* 45.

The Late Model feature was a hot one! As Randy Jackson from American Idol says " We got a hot one up in here tonight" What a great action race with passing and some great side by side racing with all the front runners, which was half the field. They were three wide on the start with Elliott, K Pettyjohn, and Rob Schirmer. Then wide down the backstretch and 3/4 wide in turn 3 with KP, Lou Johnson, Donald Lingo, Jr., and rob Massey. Elliott started 10th and worked the outside gaining spots each lap and so was KP, Lingo, and Johnson. At half way KP moved to 2nd, the top 8 battled and what a show it was.
Donald Lingo had one of his best runs to finish, Johnson, Gary Simpson, and KP, David Hill, all swapped places throughout the entire 20 laps. Simpson has continued to be a force in his first year of driving Late Model.
Ricky Elliott forego the visit to Clary's this week to do some testing at DIS. It may have just paid off as he won the feature.
Also, HATS OFF to Kenny Pettyjohn for winning his 100th race at DIS the week before.

Jack Mullins, Jr. Picks Up Win Number One In The TSS Modified Feature
1-5 Results Were:
1. Jack Mullins, Jr. # 1 Track Fast Lap: 21.925 Seconds and 82.098 MPH on lap 6
2. Mark Byram # 57 2nd Track Fast Lap: 22.46 Seconds and 80.142 MPH on lap 4
3. Bobby Watkins # 4
4. Richard White, Jr. # 27
5. Ryan Walls* # 14W
Remaining Field Follows:
Brad Trice 33, Richie Walls, SR. 26W, Grant Ireland 44, Donnie Dutton, Jr. 8, Billy Carr 29, Ron Riccio* 14K, Tom Evans 25, Adam Jarrell 42, Tim Trimble 21T, Joe Tracy 37J, Jerry Carter, II* 46, Andy Hammond 66, Chris Hitchens 1A, John Wynn* 79, John Curtis 17, Herbie Hempel 53H, Mike Hough 61, Justin Griffith 91, Lance Mears 91W, Morris Tucker 60.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Andy Hammond 21.557 seconds and 83.500 MPH on lap 3
Ryan Walls* 21.571 seconds and 83.445 MPH on lap 3
Grant Ireland 21.763 seconds and 82.709 MPH on lap 4
Jack Mullins, Jr. 21.788 seconds and 82.614 MPH on lap 3
Bobby Watkins 21.827 seconds and 82.467 MPH on lap 5
Jack Mullins, Jr. picked up the first win for the year after finishing 2nd the last 2 weeks.
Rookie Ryan Walls has finished in the top 5 last 2 weeks. Mark Byram has been running well so far with 3 top 5's and 1 top 10.
Good amount of cars with 25 on the track in the feature.

Mike Wilson Switches To The Crate Motor And Takes Home First Win For 2006 In Street Modified Feature
1-5 Results Were:
1. Mike Wilson # 12 Track Fast Lap: 22.142 Seconds and 81.293 MPH on lap 12
2. Hal Browning # 46 2nd Track Fast Lap: 22.309 Seconds and 80.685 MPH on lap 11
3. Ross Robinson* # 7
4. Joe Warren* # 11
5. Kelly Putz # 59
Remaining Field Follows:
Kevin Scott, Jr.* 12K, Shane Sockriter* 32, Steve Bunting 19, Bobby Williamson 41, Josh Hudson 1, Charles Jarvis C45, Eddie Williams 88, Chris Sockriter 28, Brooks Fleetwood 20. DQ: Daniel Freidler 37.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Daniel Freidler* 21.803 seconds and 82.557 MPH on lap 2
Hal Browning 22.467 seconds and 80.118 MPH on lap 2
Steve Bunting 22.672 seconds and 79.393 MPH on lap 3
Ross Robinson* 22.739 seconds and 79.159 MPH on lap 2
Mike Wilson 22.741 seconds and 79.152 MPH on lap 4
Rookie Kevin Scott, Jr. had his best finish of the season this week with a 6th place finish.
Rookie Ross Robinson continues to be handling this new class pretty well.
Daniel Freidler was DQ (for box?), after winning the feature.
Mike Wilson has been strong the last 3 weeks in a crate motor this season, he took the win, and finished 3rd last week & 2nd the week before.
Hal Browning continues to be strong with 1 win, 2 - 2nd places, and an 8th.
Steve Bunting's back luck continued when in the heat had transmission linkage trouble, and during the feature a coil wire popped up.

Bonnie Nibblett
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U. S. 13 Kart Club Results May 12, 2006

JUNIOR I
1. Adam Weber # 20
2. Dylan Evans # 80
3. Buddy Bloom IV # 40
4. Tyler Messick # 00
5. Trent Willey # 17
Heat Winner Adam Weber 13.301 seconds

JUNIOR II
1. Clint Chalabala # 44
2. Nicholas Wilkins # 7
3. Kody Joudrey # 20
4. Robbie Emory # 99
5. Cody Dawson # 36
Heat Winner Clint Chalabala 12.889 seconds

JUNIOR III
1. Brad Collins # 12
2. Mark Droney # 9
3. Colby Lynch # 92
4. Cody Grosch # 2
5. Kyle Fuller # 16
Heat Winner Brad Collins 12.758 seconds

STOCK-LITE
1. Shane Forrest # 01
2. Brandon Beale # 10
3. Mark Wilkins # 16
4. Bryan Brobst # 11
5. Chad Larimore # 28
Heat Winner Richie Hornsby 12.277 seconds

STOCK-MEDIUM
1. John Macklin # 96
2. Erika Hearn # 18
3. George Slater # 3
4. Lee Hurlock # 1
5. Chad Larimore # 28
Heat won by Jason Rush # 92 12.866

STOCK-HEAVY
1. Erika Hearn # 18
2. Mike Reynolds # 48
3. Troy Davis # 97
4. Keith Jones # 97
5. Ralph Moore # 5
Heat Winner Erika Hearn 12.361 seconds

STOCK-XTRA-HEAVY
1. Mike Reynolds # 48
2. Danny Selby # 48
3. John Davis, Sr. # 12
Heat Winner Mile Reynolds 12.334 seconds

LIMITED
1. John Macklin # 96
2. Bill Layton # 1
3. Randy Wroten # 54
4. John Davis, Jr. # 11
5. Dale Blades # 55
Heat Winner John Macklin 11.749 seconds

JUNIOR I Rookie Class
1. Chris Eck # 33
2. Jamie Gordon # 90
3. James Hill # 1
4. Tim Gordon # 91
5. Ryan Dryden # 3
Heat Winner Chris Eck 14.018 seconds

PEE WEE
1. Austin Barker # 41
2. Cory Lewis # 33
3. Zachary Bullis # 99
4. Jamie Emory # 00
5. Nathaniel Cannon # 23
Heat Winner Jamie Emory

PEE WEE II (Rookie)
1. Colby Sockriter # 87
2. Ashley Hayes # 18
3. Jace Darling # 30
4. Zachary Chrisman # 51
5. Makayla Johnson # 08
Heat Winner Jace Darling

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Results for Delaware Dirt Divisional Series at US 13 Kart Club Track

JUNIOR I LITE
1. Buddy Bloom, IV # 40
2. Adam Weber # 20
3. Tyler Messick # 00
4. Dylan Evans # 80 12.583 Seconds
5. Nicholas Brobst # 19

JUNIOR I HEAVY
1. Adam Weber # 20
2. Brandon Sturgis # 10
3. Dylan Evans # 80
4. Joshua Clark # 18
5. Tyler Reed # 58

JUNIOR II LITE
1. Clint Chalabala # 44 12.035 Seconds
2. Cody Dawson # 36
3. Austin Wright # 1
4. Skyler Butler # 8
5. Derek Magee # 96

JUNIOR II HEAVY
1. Clint Chalabala # 44 12.244 Seconds
2. Cody Dawson # 36
3. Kody Joudrey # 20
4. Robbie Emory # 99
5. Austin Wright # 1

JUNIOR III LITE
1. Brandon White # 09
2. Jacob Pearson # 24
3. Brad Collins # 12 11.901 Seconds
4. Brandon Larimore # 66
5. Michael Mobray, Jr. # 48

JUNIOR III HEAVY
1. Brandon White # 09
2. Michael Mobray, Jr. # 48
3. Brad Collins # 12
4. Scott Hitchens # 15
5. Jacob Pearson # 24 11.848

STOCK-LITE
1. Matt Mobray # 48
2. Michael Scott # 17
3. Joe Morris # 52
4. Mark Wilkins # 16 11.827 Seconds
5. Brandon Beale # 10

STOCK-MEDIUM
1. Buddy Sload Jr. # 53
2. Chad Hayes # 8 11.650 Seconds
3. Matt Mobray # 48
4. Joe Morris # 52
5. Bryan Brobst # 11

STOCK-HEAVY
1. Buddy Sload Jr. # 53 12.141 Seconds
2. Bryan Renfo # 3
3. Chad Hayes # 8
4. Robert Grady # 66

STOCK-XTRA-HEAVY
1. Charles Hayes # 8 11.728 Seconds
2. Josh Williams # 3
3. John Wright # 48
4. Robert Grady # 66
5. Danny Selby # 56

SENIOR-STOCK
1. Mike Reynolds # 48
2. Ralph Moore # 5
3. Jay Darling # 8 11.817 Seconds
4. Kirk Harrington # 98
5. Jeff Coffey # 2

LIMITED
1. Bryan Bradford # 94 11.387 Seconds
2. Randy Wroten # 54
3. Bryant Renfro # 3
4. Dale Blades # 55
5. John Davis, Jr. # 11

ANIMAL MEDIUM
1. Richie Hornsby # 11
2. Brandon Morris # 55 11.463 Seconds
3. Ken Ayres II, # 01
4. Erika Hearn # 18
5. Troy Davis # 97
6. Horace Wilson # 29

ANIMAL HEAVY
1. Brandon Morris # 55 11.638 Seconds
2. Troy Davis # 97
3. Richie Hornsby # 1
4. Charles Hayes
5. Josh Williams # 31

OPEN
1. Michael Ellerbush # 4 11.170 Seconds
2. John Davis, Jr. # 11
3. David Eckert # 44
4. Chester Pleasanton # 8
5. John Macklin, Jr. # 96

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Results for Delaware International Speedway May 6, 2006
Denotes (*) Rookie
"Jamin" Jamie Mills Thinks Third Time Still a Charm In The Twenty-five Lap Big Block Modified Feature

1-5 Results Were:
1. Jamie Mills # 30 Track Fast Lap: 20.58 Seconds and
2. Tim Millman # 410 87.464 MPH on lap 2
3. Beau Wilkins # 85 2nd Track Fast Lap: 21.187 Seconds and
4. "Stormin" Norman Short # 8M 86.331 MPH on lap 1
5. H. J. Bunting III # 1W
Remaining Field Follows:
Glen Reed 35, Robert Dutton 888, Ricky Johnson 69, Howard O'Neil R1, Glen Richards 98, Chuck tucker 39W, Colby Steele 101, Dale Hawkins 83, Larry Crouse 99, Jeff Brown 9, Judd Mills 2R, Tom Curtis 57, Matt Jester* 62, Eddie Collins 16, Donny Radd 55, Cliff Foskey 28, DNS: Craig Ott T10.
Heats: 1 ST: B. Wilkins 85 Track Fast Lap: 19.57 seconds and 91.978 MPH on 8, J. Mills 30 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.971 seconds and 90.131 MPH on lap 5, T. Millman, T. Curtis 57, G. Reed 35, C. Foskey 28, Donny Radd 55, C. Steele 101, H. O'Neil 2R, J. Brown 9, L. Crouse 99, C. Tucker. 2 ND: N. Short 8M Track Fast Lap: 20.039 seconds and 89.825 MPH on lap 3, H. J. Bunting 1W 2nd Track Fast Lap: 20.125 seconds and 89.441 MPH 6, R. Johnson 69, Matt Jester* 62, R. Dutton 888, G. Richards 98, J. Mills R1, D. Hawkins 83, S. Downs II 12D, C. Ott T10, E. Collins 16.
Jamie Mills has three for three wins in the Big Block Modifieds.
Donny Radd will now be in the Keith Coulbourne owned # 55.
Robert Dutton returns to the #888 Big Block. Tim Millman was strong all night.
Track speeds were much slower than last week and the track was not as heavy. Last week fastest BB speeds was 94.167 MPH oppose to the 87.464 MPH
Beau Wilkins has had top 5&10 strong with 3rd and 6th; Glen Reed had his second 6th place finish of the year. Glen Richards had one of his best finishes with 10th place.

Kenny Pettyjohn Gets Win Number Two In Late Model Twenty Lap Feature
1-5 Results Were:
1. Kenny Pettyjohn # 38
2. David Hill # 75 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.611 Seconds and
91.785 MPH on 6
3. Richard Jarvis # 47 Track Fast Lap: 11.703 Seconds and
153.807 MPH on lap 14
4. Gary Simpson # 12K
5. Lou Johnson # 96
Remaining Field Follows:
Rob Schirmer 118, Mark Pettyjohn PR!, Dale Lingo III 99L, David Pettyjohn 80, Keith Jackson 11J, Ray Davis, Jr. 84, Bobby Dryden 44, Mark Williams 26, Bob Geiger 38, Mike Williams 1, G. G. Messick 10, Donald Lingo, Jr. 55L, Robert Massey 6X, Jamie Eichholz 61, Bryan Whaley 19. DNQ: Larry Meadows 00, Vic Thomas A 1
Heats: 1 ST: D. Lingo 99L 2nd Track Fast Lap: 20.208 seconds and 89.074 MPH on lap 5, M. Pettyjohn PJ1 Track Fast Lap: 19.817 seconds and 90.831 MPH on lap2, J. Eichholz 61, G. G. Messick 10, R. Davis, Jr. 84. 2 ND: D. Hill 75, Track Fast Lap: 19.243 seconds and 93.541 MPH on lap 4, R. Whaley 4 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.352 seconds and 93.014 MPH on lap 5, K. Pettyjohn 38S, R. Massey 6X, B. Whaley 19 3RD: D. Lingo 55L 2nd Track Fast Lap: 20.158 seconds 89.295 MPH on lap 3, G. Simpson* 12K, R. Jarvis, Jr. 47 Track Fast Lap: 20.104 seconds and 89.534 MPH on lap 6, R. Schirmer 118, L. Johnson 96. Consi: D. Pettyjohn 80 Track Fast Lap: 21.286 seconds and 84.563 MPH on lap 8, M. Williams* 26, B Dryden 44 2nd Track Fast Lap: 22.003 seconds and 81.807 MPH on lap 2, B. Geiger 38, M. Wilkins 1, DNQ: L. Meadows 00, V. Thomas A 1, K. Jackson 11J, K. King K&B, T. Taylor* 45.
There were 3 heats, 1 consi with a total of 25 cars to gain the last 20th spot available for the feature.
Keith Jackson, a 16 year old out of the Upper MD area; as I forgot to write it down it seems. He has been racing the last 2 yrs The Rock, Hagerstown, etc. and decided they would come to DIS and check it out. Well, Keith got a 10th place spot first time on the track. Way to go!
Some pretty good competition with the heavies of late model drivers were toe to toe. Kenny Pettyjohn collected his 2nd win at DIS.
Ray Davis, Jr. made his first visit to DIS for the season, good to see them on the track.
Richard Jarvis Jr. made his first appearance at DIS Saturday. The time listed on the feature was the time on the sheets. I don't even know if that speed is possible. Track Fast Lap: 11.703 Seconds and 153.807 MPH on lap 14 but hey what do I know.
Gary Simpson has moved into Late Model racing as I mentioned before, but Gary has really been hanging in there near the front with the rest of the regular late drivers.
Bobby Dryden returned to DIS in the #44 Late Model
Special thanks to David Pettyjohn for doing a live interview with Mark Potter on RaceNite. David won the consi and was last weeks winner.

Bobby Watkins Makes It Two In A Row In The AC Delco TSS Modified Feature
1-5 Results Were:
1. Bobby Watkins # 4 2nd Track Fast Lap: 22.611 Seconds
and 79.607 MPH on lap 10
2. Jack Mullins # 1 Track Fast Lap: 22.594 Seconds and
79.667 MPH on lap 8
3. Ryan Walls* # 14
4. Mark Byram # 57
5. Richie Wlls, Sr. # 26W
Remaining Field Follows:
Joseph Tracey 37J, Brad Trice 33, Richard White, Jr. 27, Tom Evans 25, Chris Hitchens 1A, Adam Jarrell 42, Andy Hammond 66, Mike Hough 61, Grant Ireland 44, Lance Mears 91W, Herbie Hempel 53H, Brad Bradbury 99C, Tim Trimble 21T, Donnie Dutton 8, DNS: Rich Loveland 69,
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Jack Mullins 21.203 seconds and near 84.7 MPH on lap 3
Ryan Walls 21.478 seconds and near 84.226 MPH on lap 4
John Curtis 21.531 seconds and near 83..667 MPH on lap 3
Chris Hitchens 21.607 seconds and near 83.451 MPH on lap 5
Bobby Watkins 21.677 seconds and near 82.835 MPH on lap 3
26 cars on hand
Ryan Walls finished in the top 5, he is still new to this class, so not bad I'd say.
Richie Walls, Sr. was able to return but only after hard work all of last week to get a car in shape to return this week; Walls car was tore up in a altercation among Morris Tucker, Rodney Cordrey, were two in the mishap that were not back this wee.
Jack Mullins, Jr. and Bobby Watkins finished one, two for the second time this week, with some good side by side action.

Hal Browning Returns To Victory Lane After Switching To The TSS Late Model Motor In The Street Modified Tonight
1-5 Results Were:
1. Hal Browning # 46 Track Fast Lap: 22.519 Seconds and
2. Joe Warren* # 11 79.933 MPH on lap 4
3. Mike Wilson # 12 2nd Track Fast Lap: 22.753 Seconds
4. Shane Sockriter* # 32 and 79.11 MPH on lap 10
5. Mike Michaelson # 7D
Remaining Field Follows:
Steve Bunting 19, Buddy Shockley 16, Kelly Putz 59, Gus Economides 30, Bobby Williamson 41, Mike Williams 14, Ross Robinson* 7, Daniel Freidler* 37, Charles Jarvis C45, Kevin Scott, Jr. 12K, DNS: Eddie Williams.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Joe Warren 22.296 seconds and near 80.364 MPH on lap 13
Hal Browning 22.417 seconds and near 81.021 MPH on lap 7
Steve Bunting 22.435 seconds and near 81.222 MPH on lap 7
Mike Wilson 22.812 seconds and near 82.313 MPH on lap 7
Daniel Freidler 22.953 seconds and near 78.306 MPH on lap 2
Joe Warren has not finished lower than 3rd in the 3 starts he has had and he is a rookie in this class.
Shane Sockriter has finished 4 in his 2 starts.
Hal Browning switched to the TSS Late Model motor this season and it looks to be paying off with a win tonight, and a second place win finish on opening night.
The new motor option seems to be increasing the car count each week.

Tim White Brings it Home With A Second Win For The Year In Modified Lite Action
1-5 Results Were:
1. Tim White # 78 3rd Track Fast Lap: 23.19 Seconds and 77.62 MPH on lap 10
2. Erik McKinney # V75 2nd Track Fast Lap: Set by Randy
3. Herb Tunis # 85 Hill, Jr. 23.175 Seconds and 77.67 MPH
on lap 7
4. Aaron Bada # 10H Track Fast Lap: Listed as Richard
5. Richie Wilson # 15R Wilson with 13.529 Seconds and
133.048 MPH on lap 8
Remaining Field Follows:
Jody Cahall* 77, Richard Wilson 7, Randy Hill Jr. 42, Brandon Dennis 10, Eddie Webb 22X, Steve White 76, DNS: Kirk Miles.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Tim White 22.679 seconds and near 79.4 MPH on lap 7
Steve White 23.01 seconds and near 78.056 MPH on lap 10
Richie Wilson 23.183 seconds and near 78.432 MPH on lap 1
Randy Hill, Jr. 23.243 seconds and near 78.387 MPH on lap 2
Aaron Bada 23.451 seconds and near 78.899 MPH on lap 10
Erik McKinney has started the season off strong the last 2 races with a 5th and 2nd place finish.

Ron Wilson Returns To Little Lincoln To Take The First Win Of The Year
1. Ron Wilson # 15
2. Jim Miller # 57
3. Jamie Wagner # 3 4.
4. Duke Walsen # 9
5. Ken Bachman # 38
Remaining Field Follows:
Emory West 7X, Bill Brittingham 4, Tim Chambers 22, Wayne Wilkerson 43, Albert Mitchell 10, Pat McNeil 00, Jeff Karr 7K, John Scott RT9, Tony Daisey 7, Randy Clark 30, Donald Robinson 64.
As usual the Little Lincoln's made a interesting race to watch. 17 cars were on hand.
Randy Clark was on the pole with Jim Miller in second, and the two did some wheel to wheel action with Miller taking the lead on lap by half way. But on lap 2 they were 3 wide into turn 3 with Miller, Clark, Daisey. Ron Wilson took the lead on the tail of half way.
Bill Brittingham car ran a little warm and had to pit while running 4th.

Bonnie Nibblett
www.redbud69racing.com Your Delaware and Surrounding Tracks Race News Plus NASCAR


Results for Delaware International Speedway
April 29, 2006 Denotes (*) Rookie

"Jamin" Jamie Mills Two For Two In The Twenty-five Lap Big Block Modified Feature
1-5 Results Were:
1. Jamie Mills # 30 Track Fast Lap: 19.115 Seconds and 94.167 MPH on lap 19
2. H. J. Bunting III # 1W 2nd Track Fast Lap: Set by Bobby Wilkins # 85M with 19.278
3. Matt Jester* # 62 Seconds and 93.371 MPH on lap 6
4. Tim Millman # 410
5. Beau Wilkins # 85
Remaining Field Follows:
Bobby Wilkins 85M, Norman Short 8M, Tom Curtis 57, Steve Downs II 12D, Cliff Foskey 28, Glen Richards 98, Judd Mills 1R, Ricky Johnson 69, Colby Steele 101, Dale Hawkins 83, Jeff Brown 9, Chuck Tucker 39W, Howard O'Neil R1, Robert Dutton 55, Glen Reed 35, Joseph Watson 30W, Drew Simmons 48, Eddie Collins 16, DNS: Craig Ott T10.
Heats: 1 ST: J. Mills 30 Track Fast Lap: 19.024 seconds and 94.617 MPH on lap 5, M. Jester* 62, N. Short 8M 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.273 seconds and 93.395 MPH on lap 7, C. Foskey 28, S. Downs II 12D, B. Wilkins 85, G. Reed 35. 2 ND: Bobby Wilkins 85M 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.092 seconds and 94.28 MPH on lap 6, H. J. Bunting III 1W Track Fast Lap: 18.854 seconds and 95.47 MPH on lap 7, T. Millman 410, R. Dutton 55, T. Curtis 57, G. Richards 98, Dale Hawkins 83. Consi: R. Johnson 69, C. Tucker 39W, C. Steele 101, Judd Mills 1R 2nd Track Fast Lap: 20.32 seconds and 88.583 MPH on lap 3, H. O'Neil R1, J. Brown 9 Track Fast Lap: 20.313 seconds and 88.613 MPH on lap 8, D. Simmons 48, J. Watson 30W, E. Collins 16, DNS: C. Ott T10.

22Cars, track was nice, and fast. 7 cars out of 11 in each of the two heats, consi had 10 cars taking 8.
Matt Jester started on the pole and held it until Jamie Mills worked by in the inside groove of turn 4 and took the lead at 1/2 way. Top cars lap 14 were Mills, Jester, Bunting, Millman, Wilkins, Wilkins, Curtis, Foskey, Short, and Downs. This was Jester's 2nd time in this BB Mod, starting off good so far for him, impressive. Glen Reed had something break on lap 14. Bunting went to work on Jester on the backstretch lap 14 but Jester holds him off, and again on lap 21 in turn 2, Jester got a really good run in turn 2. Bunting got a little loose in turn 2 and lost some momentum; but on lap 23Bunting took 2nd from rookie Jester.
H. J. Bunting III 1W had the fastest time of the night in the heats with Track Fast Lap: 18.854 seconds and 95.47 MPH on lap 7.

David Pettyjohn Gets Win On Last Lap In Late Model Twenty Lap Feature
1-5 Results Were:
1. David Pettyjohn # 80 3 rd Track Fast Lap: 19.64 Seconds and 91.65 MPH on lap 9
2. Gary Simpson* # 12K
3. David Hill # 75 Track Fast Lap: 19.165 seconds and 93.921 MPH on lap 3
4. Jamie Eichholz # 61 2nd Track Fast Lap: Kenny Pettyjohn # 38S with 19.567
5. Dale Lingo IV # 99L Seconds and 91.992 MPH on lap 8
Remaining Field Follows:
Rob Massey 6X, Lou Johnson 96, Vic Thomas A1, G. G. Messick 10, Bob Geiger 38, Mike Wilkins 1, Bryan Whaley 19, Mark Williams* 26, Larry Meadows 00, Kerry King K&B, Kenny Pettyjohn 38S, Donald Lingo 55L, Ted Taylor* 45.
Heats: 1 ST: D. Lingo, Jr. 55L 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.02 seconds and 94.637 MPH on lap 6, L. Johnson 96, K. Pettyjohn 38S Track Fast Lap: 18.957 seconds and 94.952 MPH on lap 2, D. Lingo III 99L, J. Eichholz 61, M. Wilkins 1, V. Thomas A1, B. Geiger 38, Ted Taylor* 45. 2 ND: D. Hill 75 Track Fast Lap: 18.968 seconds and 94.897 MPH on lap 3, G. Simpson 12K* 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.289 seconds and 93.317 MPH on lap 6, R. Massey 6X, D. Pettyjohn 80, M. Williams* 26, G. G. Wilkins 10, B. Whaley 19, K. King K&B, DNS: L. Meadows 00.

Jamie Eichholz started on the pole, but Lou Johnson took the lead on the start. Cars came down hard to turn 3 and 3 wide for 3rd were Lingo, Jr., K. Pettyjohn, Hill. Yellow waves a couple times with just one lap in with Johnson leading, D. Pettyjohn, Hill, K. Pettyjohn, Lingo, Jr. Johnson slows with flat after contact with a car and yellow out. Johnson returns to the track with tried fixed, but goes 2 laps and the power steering breaks; managed to finish 7th.
1/2 way had Hill, leading followed by KP, DP, Simpson, Eichholz. Lap 11 KP was 2nd when he had a tire go down; restart was Hill, DP, Simpson, Eichholz, Dale Lingo. Some in between Lingo, Jr. headed to pits; not sure what happened. Lap 13 Lingo, Eichholz battle for 4th side by side down the backstretch. Nearing the end of the feature Hill and DP are held up by lap cars giving both a slowing, but DP went to the outside in turn 4 and took the lead. Great job by both guys, and a great move.
Larry Meadows out of Severn, MD made his first time visit to DIS in a small block Late Model. It was not only the first time there, it was his first time to race anything!
Kerry king could not get a break for nothing Sat. night. During heats, the main car had problems, so running hot laps with the back up car sent him into the front wall when the back end just got a little loose and whipped around on him to hit the wall pretty hard. Using the car he qualified in still had troubles and finished 15th.
Gary Simpson was strong again to claim 2nd for the 2nd time in a row.

One Out Of Two For Rookie Ross Robinson With Only Second Time In
The AC Delco Late Model
1-5 Results Were:
1. Ross Robinson* # 7 2nd Track Fast Lap: 22.612 Seconds and 79.604 MPH on lap 4
2. Mike Wilson # 12 Track Fast Lap: Was Set by Daniel Feidler # 37 with 22.381
3. Joe Warren* # 11 seconds and 80.425 MPH on lap 13, but was lite at the scales
4. Shane Sockriter* # 32
5. Charles Jarvis # C45
Remaining Field Follows:
Josh Hudson 1, Bobby Williamson 41, Hal Browning 46, Buddy Shockley 16, Kelly Putz 59, Chris Sockriter 28, Kevin Scott, Jr.* 12K, DNS - Steve Bunting 19.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Kelly Putz - 21.921 seconds and 82.113 MPH on lap 9
Buddy Shockley - 22.221 seconds and 81.004 MPH on lap 9
Chris Sockriter - 22.315 seconds and 80.663 MPH on lap 9
Bobby Williamson - 22.776 seconds and 79.031 MPH on lap 8
Joe Warren - 23.020 seconds and 78.193 MPH on lap 9
What a time this class had with yellows? Last winner Steve Bunting had engine failure and not able to start tonight.
Mike Wilson had the point on the start and Shockley took the lead twice in 2 attempts to start the feature, but 2 yellows were out not getting any laps in yet. Just 3 laps in, Shockley got a little loose in turn 2 outside groove and lost some ground but still passed Warren and Robinson. Then while in 2nd Shockley headed to the pits. Restarts had Wilson lead until half way when Robinson and Wilson were toe to toe in turn 2. Robinson took the lead at 1/2 way in inside lane of turn 4. There wind up being so many cautions that the field was given the checkered on lap 9, and to continue the feature with the last 6 laps after the other remaining features.
In the drivers meeting it was announced that the Street Modified / Crate Late Model will allow drivers at 14 years old and older to compete in this class only.
Robinson picked up his first win after only 2nd time in the car and he is running the crate motor.

Steve A. White Picks Up First Modified Lite Feature Win For 2006
Along Team Mate Winning On Opening Night At DIS
1-5 Results Were:
1. Steve A. White # 76 Track Fast Lap: 22.649 Seconds and 79.474 MPH on lap 7
2. Tim White # 78 2nd Track Fast Lap: 22.868 Seconds and 78.713 MPH on lap 10
3. Jon Callaway # 95
4. Richie Wilson # 15R
5. Erik McKinney # V75
Remaining Field Follows:
Jody Cahall* 77, Brandon Dennis 10, Herb Tunis 85, Kirk Miles 21, Keith Layton 3, Randy Hill, Jr. 42, Aaron Bada 10H, DNS: Eddie Webb 22Xtreme.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Steve A. White - 22.200 seconds and 81.081 MPH on lap 11
Tim White - 22.211 seconds and 81.041 MPH on lap 2
Jon Callaway - 22.576 seconds and 79.731 MPH on lap 11
Randy Hill, Jr. - 22.686seconds and 79.344 MPH on lap 2
Richie Wilson - 22.698 seconds and 79.302 MPH on lap 12
The field has fallen off compared to past years. There are quite a few that moved into one of the crate classes.
Jody Cahall # 77 of Denton, MD, will be racing this year and has never raced anything.
Kirk Miles started up front for the green. On lap 2 Randy Hill took the lead with Bada, Callaway, Steve White, and Tim White. Bada slows and S. White & Callaway get by for 2nd and 3rd. On lap 5 S. White took the lead and never looked back. 1/2 way it was S. White, Hill, T. White, Wilson, and Callaway. Lap 8 Hill and T. White battle for 2nd and T. White claimed 3rd. Lap 10 S White leads his teammate T. White, Callaway, Wilson, and Hill. Lap 10 Hill slows just out of turn 2 and sits on the Apron.

Slide For Five Winner: Bobby Bailey # 8

Bonnie Nibblett
www.redbud69racing.com Your Delaware and Surrounding Tracks Race News Plus NASCAR


With Just One In The Books
April 23, 2006
By Bonnie Nibblett

Delmar, DE.....With just about all of the East Coast dripping in rain, forcing any tracks hopes of running last weekend; yet, the desire has not been deterred for the fans, and teams. With just one night of racing on the half-mile clay circle it managed to master the start of the adrenalin to feed that fever for NEED FOR SPEED that exist and must be fed often. The Delaware International Speedway first and only practice fell short due to rain on April 8, then the track ran the first event on 15th of April, and with this past weekend ending before a start canceling the first appearance of the mighty-winged URC Sprints.

The entire Delaware Motorsports Complex was one of the tracks to forfeit to Mother Nature last weekend, closing the kart track on Friday, mile oval track on Saturday, and the mile dragway on Sunday. The rains were much needed but let’s just hope from now on it falls during the week. We wait all winter for the season to start at the complex to please which type of fix you need rather the going straight, or around in circles.

The opening night air was as warm as an early summer night, not having to hover in the stands freezing as the many years before. With just that one night of racing on the speedway, there’s a lot of dirt on the teams and drivers; it will be interesting this year to keep up to speed on things. Although I tend to favor the speedways action, as that is my forte, all the action each weekend at the complex should fill all your needs in racing; although, most die-hards never want the night of racing to end.

Each year the tracks get new drivers, old drivers returning, and ones changing one from one type of racing into another grade. Two years ago Promoter Charlie Cathell introduced the sealed crate engine called the AC Delco TSS Modified as a new racing class for drivers to race economical and have the option to move from the AC Delco Modified to the Big Block Modified. The TSS Modified has proven each year to grow and let many a chance to race. This season while the TSS Modified starts the 3rd year, a new class has been added in the Street Modified.

The intentions of adding the sealed crate motor to the Street Modified Class will have both racing of the regular Street Modifieds along with the crate motor late model. The same reasons of transferring into the Late Model class with some minor changes as the TSS Modified did would be an option for street drivers in this class.

Options and rules to suit both types of cars to be on a level playing field have been set and enacted. On opening night some of the regular drivers in this class switched to the new set up as it were more economical to use that motor, and more than likely it will last longer then what motor they usually run in streets division.

2005 DIS Champion Steve Bunting started right where he left on last season with the first win of the year. Finishing the top five were Hal Browning, rookie Joe Warren, Chris Sockriter and Kelly Putz.

Mike Wilson two time winner in the Street Modified # 12W, Heritage’s Legacy Development, TEMCO Builders, The Family Attic, Knock Out Services has switched to the crate motor this year. Legend, Hal Browning took the plunge to get the small block # 46 crate motor to run in the class. Returning after 15 years of absence, Charles Jarvis in # C45; Joe Warren a regular in the Mod Lite class will power in the street class and new set up to run # 11A. Kevin Scott, Jr. makes the change from US 13 Kart Club and kart racing to run the # 12 TSS Late Model division.

Ross Robinson will come from micro racing to run the TSS Street Modified. Robinson ran 2 or 3 races in Mike Karr’s AC Delco TSS Modified last year and handled it quite well. This year Robinson will run the # 7 TSS Street Modified. Chris Sockriter’s (a street driver) brother will come to this class in # 32 as well and Daniel Freidler from Mod Lite will drive in this class too. More changes will come and you will get all the DIRT.

The AC Delco TSS Modified class has some changes going on as well. The class each year produced 20 to 28 cars each weekend. Opening night this year there were 27 cars. Many of the same prior drivers, returned opening night adding Bobby Ballatine #10, Brett Cogdill and his son Michael both out of Jersey will share # 98 all season at Delmar. Mark Byram will run the Mitchell’s Auto Salvage # 57 this year. Just got the word that Reese Carey Motorsports driver of # 21M and 37 Modified Lite, Mike White will take on the TSS Modified very, very, soon.

Lance Mears # 91W will be new coming from a mostly kart racing. Ryan Walls of M&M Heating & Air, and the TUSA 2005 National Champion will leave Mod Lite to take on the TSS Modified # 14W upgrade to take on a new challenge. 2005 Defending Champion Bobby Watkins # 4, has a new paint scheme, Jack Mullins, Jr. # 1, along with Brad Trice # 33, and Richie Walls Sr. # 26W, all power racers in this class will return with fun, tight action every race. Top five opening nights were strong Andy Hammond, Tommy Evans close 2nd, Bobby Watkins, Mark Byram, and Richie Walls, Sr.,

In Modified News, Matt Jester, slides right on into the Clearview Farms, Matco Tools # 62 big block. Formerly, Rick Bishop rode in the # 62, but Rick’s son is starting to want to race and they agreed to concentrate on that right now. Jester was new in the AC Delco TSS Modified last season and will jump right in to run with the big dawgs. Judd Mills will be in the Big Block #1R, and “Jamin” Jamie Mills plans on running DIS this year and took the first win opening night followed by H. J. Bunting, III, Bobby Wilkins, Ricky Johnson and Tim Millman.

Robert Dutton will be in the Keith Coulborne # 55 Big Block Modified this season. Bobby Wilkins and Son Beau Wilkins will compete among one another in Jake Marine’s power. The season looks to be interesting.

Late Model action had the powerful Kenny Pettyjohn in stupendous rare form to take home the first win, with Gary Simpson, David Hill, Donald Lingo, Jr. and veteran Lou Johnson top five. Gary Simpson was strong all night and will be running in this class after being a Modified driver. Modified driver Ted Taylor has gone to Late Model # 45 this year. New will be a double entry night where a driver can race two divisions that may have late and mod drivers switching up as it seems to be more popular all the time.

Three times DIS Street Modified Champion Mark Williams’s # 26, finally makes the change to Late Model with Bob Geiger’s muscle. Returning favorites Kenny, with Brother’s Mark and David Pettyjohn, Lou Johnson, Donald and Dale Lingo, David Hill, Kerry King, Rick Whaley, Robert Massey, Bob Schirmer, and Vic Thomas to name quite a few. Look for even more cars to come as we get started.

The Modified Lite class had fewer cars on opening night with only 15 cars surely that will change with more. But the top dogs prove that they will warrant action every Saturday night. Tim White started the season with the first win of the year followed by team-mate Steve A. White, Brandon Dennis, Jon Callaway, and 2005 Redbud’s Rookie of the Year in Modified Lites Aaron Bada rounded out the top five. More changes will come about and DIRT of this class as the season goes on.

Even though the weekend was a wash out for any racing action, next week holds to offer more action all over. The Speedway will celebrate with the Wm. J. Cathell Memorial Race and adding to the regular 5 car line up will be the comical Slide For Five. Gates open at 5PM hot Laps at 7PM. Check the tracks hotline at 302-846-3968, track office 302-875-1911 and the tracks web site at www.delawareracing.com for information. A newly extra page with the history of the tracks grounds has been added to the tracks web. Very, very, nice display of history & how our racing has come to be so strong and offer so much for race fans with 3 types of racing. The URC Sprints will return May 13, 2006.

The US 13 Dragway will be back in swing Sunday with gates opening at 10AM with time trials at 11AM and eliminations at 2:30PM. Sunday will be the first Bad 8 Series event along with a regular program of NHRA/Summit ET Point Series Bracket eliminations. Check the track hot line or track office and web for more details.

The US 13 Kart Club was plagued with same wet news as everyone else. Only one club race has run and that was back on April 14, 2006, and 102 karts on the grounds that night before the rain fell in the last hour of racing. Next race scheduled is a State race on Saturday, May 6. The decision to have a make up club race this Friday is not known at the time of writing; however visit www.dekarting.net for updates or the tracks hot line at 302-846-2646. This Friday was originally a club date scheduled off, but with the weather bumming last weeks action it will be hard to tell if they run or not. So just keep checking as the answer will be decided early this week.

During the season www.Redbud69racing.com owner/promoter will be doing some live driver interviews with www.RaceNite.com at both the kart and speedway or any track over the weekend. Www.RaceTalkLive.com has added RaceNite, a new show where several persons call in to give heats, & feature winners, an interview, special events & all kinds of info from various persons around the nation at different tracks. If you are interested in an interview contact me at the track if I don’t get you first. Thanks to Mark Pettyjohn late model guest, Gary Simpson late model heat winner, and Norman Short, Jr. Modified heat winner for doing a grand interview with RaceNite host Mark Potter when asked last week. Show runs both Friday and Saturday from 8PM to midnight.

As always for all your Delaware racing news visit www.redbud69racing.com. Still looking for old photos from any MD, DE, & VA racing on any tracks to post on the “New” for 2006 Redbud’s Classic photo gallery. This is a way for fans, drivers, owners all to contribute to let others see what racing went on to what we have established today. Send your photo by email, snail mail, etc. by visiting Redbud69racing.com. See you at the track!

Bonnie Nibblett
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Results for Delaware International Speedway
April 15, 2006
Denotes (*) Rookie

Jamie Mills Returns To Delaware And Picks Up Season Opener Modified Featured
1-5 Results Were:
1. Jamie Mills # 30
2. H. J. Bunting III # 1W Track Fast Lap: 19.643 Seconds and
near 91.787** MPH
3. Bobby Wilkins # 85M 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.669 Seconds
and near 90.873** MPH
4. Ricky Johnson # 69
5. Tim Millman # 410
Remaining Field Follows:
Glen Reed 35, Cliff Foskey 28, Mark Byram 57, Matt Jester* 62, Judd Mills 1R, Chuck Tucker 39W, Glen Richards 98, Dale Hawkins 83, Robert Dutton 55, Howard O'Neal R2, Steve Downs 12D, Colby Steele 101, Beau Wilkins 85, Craig Ott T10, Norman Short, Jr. 8M, Jeff Brown 9, Larry Crouse 99

Heats: 1 ST: J. Mills 30, Track Fast Lap: 19.735 seconds**, R. Johnson 69, C. Foskey 28, T. Curtis 57, T. Millman 410, B. Wilkins 85, L. Crouse 99, J. Brown 9, C. Steele 101, M. Jester* 62, H. O'Neal R1.
2 ND: N. Short, Jr. 8M Track Fast Lap: 19.361 seconds**, H. J. Bunting III 1W, R. Dutton 55, B. Wilkins 85M, G. Reed 35, S. Downs II 12D, G. Richards 98, D. Hawkins 83, J. Mills 1R, C. Ott T10, C. Tucker 39W.

Dutton driving the Coulbourne #55 was forced to use a back up car after troubles in the heats and started at the rear of the field. 22 cars started the field.
Matt Jester will be swinging from AC Delco TSS Modified to the Big Block Modified this year and will be driving #62, formerly Rick Bishop's ride. Judd Mills will be driving in the Big Block at Delmar as well.
"Jamin" Jamie Mills returns to race at Delmar this year and walked away with the pole and first Modified win. First couple of cautions damaged some of the contenders, involved were Brown, Steele, Ott, Crouse, Richards, and Judd Mills. On lap 4 Johnson got a little out of shape in turn 2 but keeps the pedal to the floor. Lap 6, 7, Short had almost caught leader Mills; Short closes the deal in lap 8 in turn 2.
Mills lost some ground as Brown heads to the pits on lap9. Lap 10 had Short still leading Mills, Johnson, Wilkins, and Bunting. Lap 14 Mills really reeling in Short and lap 16 Short slows through turns 3 & 4 with rear broke and the caution was out. Restart starts single file with Mills regaining the lead, followed by Johnson, Wilkins, Bunting, Downs, Foskey, Reed, & Wilkins.
Bobby Wilkins returns to driving this year in the Jake Marine # 85M, while Beau Wilkins will be in the 85. Wilkins was driving like the old days or the car was really handling bad. Wilkins on the move had swapped paint with Downs then on lap 18 Johnson and Wilkins are dead even wheel to wheel going in to turn 3; neither would share a piece real estate as both continue fender to fender. Finally Wilkins takes the upper hand and moved to 2nd as Johnson wind up going wide.
Caution waves as Beau Wilkins goes over top embankment in turn 3 on lap 18. Restart its Mills, Wilkins, Bunting, Johnson, Downs, lap 19 Bunting and Wilkins move for second as Bunting claims 2nd and along comes Johnson in 4th and Wilkins had to settle for 3rd.

Kenny Pettyjohn Gets Win Number One In The Season Opener Late Model Feature
1-5 Results Were:
1. Kenny Pettyjohn # 38S Track Fast Lap: 19.318 seconds
and near 91.986 MPH
2. Gary Simpson* # 12
3. David Hill # 75 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.468 seconds
and near 91.866 MPH
4. Donald Lingo, Jr. # 55L
5. Lou Johnson # 96
Remaining Field Follows:
David Pettyjohn 80, Rob Schirmer 118, Mark Pettyjohn 18, G. G. Messick 10, Jamie Eichholz 61, Rick Whaley 4, Robert Massey 6X, Bob Geiger 38, Mark Williams* 26, Vic Thomas A1, Bryan Whaley 19, Donald Lingo IV 99L, Kerry King K&B. DNS: Ted Taylor 45, Mike Wharton 100.

Heats: 1 ST: K. Pettyjohn 38S 2nd Track Fast Lap: 20.063 seconds**, R. Whaley 4, R. Schirmer 118, L. Johnson 96 Track Fast Lap: 20.046 seconds, R. Massey 6X, G. G. Messick 10, V. Thomas A1, B. Geiger 38, DNS: J. Eichholz 61, M. Williams* 26.
2 ND: G. Simpson* 12K 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.900 seconds, D. Lingo, Jr. 55L, D. Hill 75 Track Fast Lap: 19.545 seconds**, D. Pettyjohn 80, M. Wharton 100, D. Lingo IV 99L, K. King K&B, M. Pettyjohn 18, B. Whaley 19, DNS: T. Taylor* 45.
Kenny Pettyjohn was fast on the spot in the heats and feature to start on the pole of the 20 cars for the feature.
Gary Simpson* new to Late Models from Big Block also won his heat.
Mark Williams* will be driving the #26 Geiger's Late Model for the first time this year; as Williams* had held the crown in the Street Modifieds until Bunting dethroned him in 2005.
Mike Wharton returns in the # 100 after running at Grandview for a while.
Ted Taylor* will try his hand at running a Late Model this year and he to is a Modified driver.
Bryan Whaley will be in the # 19 that Mike Givens drove to victory lane last year.
King, Lingo, Jr., Wharton, and Taylor struggled with mechanical woes and not a very good finish.
Rick Whaley was really making some ground running 3rd when he got too wide in turn 3 berm in lap 12 and was pushed back to 10th. Donnie Lingo was fast but the car had some smoking going on, not sure what that was about.

Andy Hammond Wins First Career Win In The AC Delco TSS Modified Feature
1-5 Results Were:
1. Andy Hammond # 66
2. Tom Evans # 25
3. Bobby Watkins # 4 Track Fast Lap: 22.000 seconds**
4. Mark Byram # 57
5. Richie Walls, Sr. # 26W
Remaining Field Follows:
Joseph Tracey 37J, Brad Trice 33, Grant Ireland 44, Ryan Walls* 14W, Richard White, Jr. 27, Donnie Dutton 8, Adam Jarrell 42, Morris Tucker 60, Tim Trimble 21T, John Curtis 17, Justin Griffith 91, Bret Gogill 98, Jack Mullins Jr. 1, Brad Brandbury 99C, Ron Ricco 14, Bobby Ballantine 10, Chris Hitchens 1A, Jerry Carter II* 46, Rodney Cordrey 20, Billy Carr 29, DNS: Lance Mears* 91W.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Andy Hammond - 21.841 seconds and 82.414 MPH in lap 5
Tom Evans - 22.075 seconds and 81.540 MPH in lap 5
Bobby Watkins - 22.173 seconds and 81.180 in lap 2
Chris Hitchens - 22.218 seconds and 81.015 MPH in lap 6
Ron Ricco - 22.298 seconds and 80.725 MPH in lap 5
27 cars showed and 26 took the field with Hammond on the pole. Tom Evans returned with a strong run Saturday.
Mark Byram will be driving the # 57 Mitchell's Auto and Salvage.
Ryan Walls # 14W, will move form Mod Lite to AC Delco TSS Modified.
Bret Gogdill # 98 will be running at Delmar some this year; Sportsman driver at Bridgeport.
Bobby Ballantine 10 is new to this class; while Jerry Carter II # 45, and Lance Mears # 91 both move from go-karts to the crate class.

Defending 2005 Street Modified Track Champion Steve Bunting Starts Off The New Season With A First Street Modified Feature Win
1-5 Results Were:
1. Steve bunting # 19 Track Fast Lap: 22.458 Seconds**
2. Hal Browning # 46
3. Joe Warren* # 11
4. Chris Sockriter # 28
5. Kelly Putz # 59
Remaining Field Follows:
Charles Jarvis C45, Buddy Shockley 16, Bobby Williamson 41, Mike Williams 14, Mike Wilson 12W, Daniel Feidler* 37, Ross Robinson* 7, DNS: Kevin Scott, Jr.* 12, Shane Sockriter* 32.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Steve Bunting - 22.695 seconds and 79.313 MPH in lap 6
Kelly Putz - 22.802 seconds and 78.940 MPH in lap 9
Chris Sockriter - 23.594 seconds and 76.291 in lap 7
Hal Browning - 23.614 seconds and 76.226 in lap 4
Joe Warren - 23.642 seconds and 76.136 in lap 6
Legend Hal Browning returns in a new AC Delco TSS Late Model crate motor, along with new drivers to this class.
Ross Robinson # 7 comes from Micro's at Middleford.
Daniel Feidler # 37 moves to this class from Modified Lite.
Charles Jarvis #C45 returns after not running for 15 years.

Tim White Wins First Season Opener In The Modified Lite Event
1-5 Results Were:
1. Tim White # 78 Track Fast Lap: 22.625 Seconds**
2. Steve White # 76
3. Brandon Dennis # 10
4. Jon Callaway # 95
5. Arron Bada # 10H
Remaining Field Follows:
Herb Tunis 85, Randy Hill, Jr. 42, Richie Wilson 15R, Mike White 21M, Kirk Miles 21, Keith Layton 6, Stewart Allen 29S, Greg Taylor 11A, Jody Cahall 77, Erik McKinney V75.
Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:
Steve White - 22.689 seconds and 79.334 MPH in lap 4
Tim White - 23.096 seconds and 77.936 MPH in lap 2
Herb Tunis - 23.342 seconds and 77.114 MPH in lap 5
Brandon Dennis - 23.501 seconds and 76.592 in lap 4
Jon Callaway - 23.694 seconds and 75.969 in lap 3
Richie Wilson # 15R, Brandon Dennis 10, Erik McKinney V75, Mike White 21M, will all run some double duty this year running DIS and Middleford.
** An exact MPH and lap number were not available

Bonnie Nibblett
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Results for Delaware International Speedway

April 15, 2006 Denotes (*) Rookie

Jamie Mills Returns To Delaware And Picks Up Season Opener Modified Featured

1-5 Results Were:

1. Jamie Mills # 30

2. H. J. Bunting III # 1W Track Fast Lap: 19.643 Seconds and near 91.787** MPH

3. Bobby Wilkins # 85M 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.669 Seconds and near 90.873** MPH

4. Ricky Johnson # 69

5. Tim Millman # 410

Remaining Field Follows:

Glen Reed 35, Cliff Foskey 28, Mark Byram 57, Matt Jester* 62, Judd Mills 1R, Chuck Tucker 39W, Glen Richards 98, Dale Hawkins 83, Robert Dutton 55, Howard O'Neal R2, Steve Downs 12D, Colby Steele 101, Beau Wilkins 85, Craig Ott T10, Norman Short, Jr. 8M, Jeff Brown 9, Larry Crouse 99

Heats: 1 ST: J. Mills 30, Track Fast Lap: 19.735 seconds**, R. Johnson 69, C. Foskey 28, T. Curtis 57, T. Millman 410, B. Wilkins 85, L. Crouse 99, J. Brown 9, C. Steele 101, M. Jester* 62, H. O'Neal R1.

2 ND: N. Short, Jr. 8M Track Fast Lap: 19.361 seconds**, H. J. Bunting III 1W, R. Dutton 55, B. Wilkins 85M, G. Reed 35, S. Downs II 12D, G. Richards 98, D. Hawkins 83, J. Mills 1R, C. Ott T10, C. Tucker 39W.

Dutton driving the Coulbourne #55 was forced to use a back up car after troubles in the heats and started at the rear of the field. 22 cars started the field.

Matt Jester will be swinging from AC Delco TSS Modified to the Big Block Modified this year and will be driving #62, formerly Rick Bishop's ride. Judd Mills will be driving in the Big Block at Delmar as well.

"Jamin" Jamie Mills returns to race at Delmar this year and walked away with the pole and first Modified win. First couple of cautions damaged some of the contenders, involved were Brown, Steele, Ott, Crouse, Richards, and Judd Mills. On lap 4 Johnson got a little out of shape in turn 2 but keeps the pedal to the floor. Lap 6, 7, Short had almost caught leader Mills; Short closes the deal in lap 8 in turn 2.

Mills lost some ground as Brown heads to the pits on lap9. Lap 10 had Short still leading Mills, Johnson, Wilkins, and Bunting. Lap 14 Mills really reeling in Short and lap 16 Short slows through turns 3 & 4 with rear broke and the caution was out. Restart starts single file with Mills regaining the lead, followed by Johnson, Wilkins, Bunting, Downs, Foskey, Reed, & Wilkins.

Bobby Wilkins returns to driving this year in the Jake Marine # 85M, while Beau Wilkins will be in the 85. Wilkins was driving like the old days or the car was really handling bad. Wilkins on the move had swapped paint with Downs then on lap 18 Johnson and Wilkins are dead even wheel to wheel going in to turn 3; neither would share a piece real estate as both continue fender to fender. Finally Wilkins takes the upper hand and moved to 2nd as Johnson wind up going wide.

Caution waves as Beau Wilkins goes over top embankment in turn 3 on lap 18. Restart its Mills, Wilkins, Bunting, Johnson, Downs, lap 19 Bunting and Wilkins move for second as Bunting claims 2nd and along comes Johnson in 4th and Wilkins had to settle for 3rd.






Results for Delaware International Speedway

April 15, 2006 Denotes (*) Rookie

Kenny Pettyjohn Gets Win Number One In The Season Opener Late Model Feature

1-5 Results Were:

1. Kenny Pettyjohn # 38S Track Fast Lap: 19.318 seconds and near 91.986 MPH

2. Gary Simpson* # 12

3. David Hill # 75 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.468 seconds and near 91.866 MPH

4. Donald Lingo, Jr. # 55L

5. Lou Johnson # 96

Remaining Field Follows:

David Pettyjohn 80, Rob Schirmer 118, Mark Pettyjohn 18, G. G. Messick 10, Jamie Eichholz 61, Rick Whaley 4, Robert Massey 6X, Bob Geiger 38, Mark Williams* 26, Vic Thomas A1, Bryan Whaley 19, Donald Lingo IV 99L, Kerry King K&B. DNS: Ted Taylor 45, Mike Wharton 100.

Heats: 1 ST: K. Pettyjohn 38S 2nd Track Fast Lap: 20.063 seconds**, R. Whaley 4, R. Schirmer 118, L. Johnson 96 Track Fast Lap: 20.046 seconds, R. Massey 6X, G. G. Messick 10, V. Thomas A1, B. Geiger 38, DNS: J. Eichholz 61, M. Williams* 26.

2 ND: G. Simpson* 12K 2nd Track Fast Lap: 19.900 seconds, D. Lingo, Jr. 55L, D. Hill 75 Track Fast Lap: 19.545 seconds**, D. Pettyjohn 80, M. Wharton 100, D. Lingo IV 99L, K. King K&B, M. Pettyjohn 18, B. Whaley 19, DNS: T. Taylor* 45.

Kenny Pettyjohn was fast on the spot in the heats and feature to start on the pole of the 20 cars for the feature.

Gary Simpson* new to Late Models from Big Block also won his heat.

Mark Williams* will be driving the #26 Geiger's Late Model for the first time this year; as Williams* had held the crown in the Street Modifieds until Bunting dethroned him in 2005.

Mike Wharton returns in the # 100 after running at Grandview for a while.

Ted Taylor* will try his hand at running a Late Model this year and he to is a Modified driver.

Bryan Whaley will be in the # 19 that Mike Givens drove to victory lane last year.

King, Lingo, Jr., Wharton, and Taylor struggled with mechanical woes and not a very good finish.

Rick Whaley was really making some ground running 3rd when he got too wide in turn 3 berm in lap 12 and was pushed back to 10th. Donnie Lingo was fast but the car had some smoking going on, not sure what that was about.






Results for Delaware International Speedway

April 15, 2006 Denotes (*) Rookie

Andy Hammond Wins First Career Win In The AC Delco TSS Modified Feature

1-5 Results Were:

1. Andy Hammond # 66

2. Tom Evans # 25

3. Bobby Watkins # 4 Track Fast Lap: 22.000 seconds**

4. Mark Byram # 57

5. Richie Walls, Sr. # 26W

Remaining Field Follows:

Joseph Tracey 37J, Brad Trice 33, Grant Ireland 44, Ryan Walls* 14W, Richard White, Jr. 27, Donnie Dutton 8, Adam Jarrell 42, Morris Tucker 60, Tim Trimble 21T, John Curtis 17, Justin Griffith 91, Bret Gogill 98, Jack Mullins Jr. 1, Brad Brandbury 99C, Ron Ricco 14, Bobby Ballantine 10, Chris Hitchens 1A, Jerry Carter II* 46, Rodney Cordrey 20, Billy Carr 29, DNS: Lance Mears* 91W.

Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:

Andy Hammond - 21.841 seconds and 82.414 MPH in lap 5

Tom Evans - 22.075 seconds and 81.540 MPH in lap 5

Bobby Watkins - 22.173 seconds and 81.180 in lap 2

Chris Hitchens - 22.218 seconds and 81.015 MPH in lap 6

Ron Ricco - 22.298 seconds and 80.725 MPH in lap 5

27 cars showed and 26 took the field with Hammond on the pole. Tom Evans returned with a strong run Saturday.

Mark Byram will be driving the # 57 Mitchell's Auto and Salvage.

Ryan Walls # 14W, will move form Mod Lite to AC Delco TSS Modified.

Bret Gogdill # 98 will be running at Delmar some this year; Sportsman driver at Bridgeport.

Bobby Ballantine 10 is new to this class; while Jerry Carter II # 45, and Lance Mears # 91 both move from go-karts to the crate class.






Results for Delaware International Speedway

April 15, 2006 Denotes (*) Rookie

Defending 2005 Street Modified Track Champion Steve Bunting Starts Off The New Season With A First Street Modified Feature Win

1-5 Results Were:

1. Steve bunting # 19 Track Fast Lap: 22.458 Seconds**

2. Hal Browning # 46

3. Joe Warren* # 11

4. Chris Sockriter # 28

5. Kelly Putz # 59

Remaining Field Follows:

Charles Jarvis C45, Buddy Shockley 16, Bobby Williamson 41, Mike Williams 14, Mike Wilson 12W, Daniel Feidler* 37, Ross Robinson* 7, DNS: Kevin Scott, Jr.* 12, Shane Sockriter* 32.

Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:

Steve Bunting - 22.695 seconds and 79.313 MPH in lap 6

Kelly Putz - 22.802 seconds and 78.940 MPH in lap 9

Chris Sockriter - 23.594 seconds and 76.291 in lap 7

Hal Browning - 23.614 seconds and 76.226 in lap 4

Joe Warren - 23.642 seconds and 76.136 in lap 6

Legend Hal Browning returns in a new AC Delco TSS Late Model crate motor, along with new drivers to this class.

Ross Robinson # 7 comes from Micro's at Middleford.

Daniel Feidler # 37 moves to this class from Modified Lite.

Charles Jarvis #C45 returns after not running for 15 years.






Results for Delaware International Speedway

April 15, 2006 Denotes (*) Rookie

Tim White Wins First Season Opener In The Modified Lite Event

1-5 Results Were:

1. Tim White # 78 Track Fast Lap: 22.625 Seconds**

2. Steve White # 76

3. Brandon Dennis # 10

4. Jon Callaway # 95

5. Arron Bada # 10H

Remaining Field Follows:

Herb Tunis 85, Randy Hill, Jr. 42, Richie Wilson 15R, Mike White 21M, Kirk Miles 21, Keith Layton 6, Stewart Allen 29S, Greg Taylor 11A, Jody Cahall 77, Erik McKinney V75.

Top 5 Fastest Qualifying Times:

Steve White - 22.689 seconds and 79.334 MPH in lap 4

Tim White - 23.096 seconds and 77.936 MPH in lap 2

Herb Tunis - 23.342 seconds and 77.114 MPH in lap 5

Brandon Dennis - 23.501 seconds and 76.592 in lap 4

Jon Callaway - 23.694 seconds and 75.969 in lap 3

Richie Wilson # 15R, Brandon Dennis 10, Erik McKinney V75, Mike White 21M, will all run some double duty this year running DIS and Middleford.

** An exact MPH and lap number were not available


U. S. 13 Kart Club Results For April 14, 2006

PEE WEE
1. Zach Bullis # 99
2. Jamie Emory # 00
3. Austin Barker # 41
Heat was won by Zack Bullis

PEE WEE II (Rookie)
1. Devin Dodson # 55
2. Colby Sockriter # 87
3. Zachary Grisman # 51
4. Caleb Sturgis # 10
5. Tabby Selby # 32
Heat was won by Devin Dodson

JUNIOR I Rookie Class
1. Chris Eck # 33
2. Paul Williams, Jr. # 8
3. Tim Gordon # 91
4. Donnie Tingle # 74
5. Tony Woody # 24
Heat was won by Ryan Dryden # 3

JUNIOR I
1. Nicholas Brobst # 19
2. Alex White # 09
3. Tyler Messick # 00
4. Josh Clark # 18
5. Brandon Sturgis # 10
Heat was won by Nicholas Brobst # 19

JUNIOR II
1. Robbie Emory # 99
2. Kody Joudrey # 20
3. Cody Hitchens # 38
4. Brandon Oakley # 75
5. Austin Wright # 1
Heat was won by Robbie Emory # 99

JUNIOR III
1. Brandon Larimore # 66
2. Brad Collins # 12
3. Colby Lynch # 92
4. Brandon White # 09
5. Kyle Fuller # 16
Heat was won by Brandon Larimore # 66

STOCK-LITE
1. Joe Morris # 52
2. Greg Tucker # 15
3. Butch Tucker # 7
4. Matt Mobray # 48
5. Mark Wilkins # 16
Heat was won by Joe Morris # 52

STOCK-MEDIUM
1. Ron Fensick # 13
2. Robert Brobst # 9
3. Lee Hurlock # 1
4. Bryan Brobst # 11
5. Tom Lynch # 57
Heat was won by John Macklin # 96

STOCK-HEAVY
1. Erika Hearn # 18
2. Lake Foster # 07
3. Mike Reynolds # 48
4. Ralph Moore # 25
5. Horace Wilson # 29
6. Keith Jones # 26
Heat was won by Erika Hearn # 18

STOCK-XTRA-HEAVY
1. Mike Reynolds # 48
2. John Davis, Sr. # 12
3. Danny Selby # 48
Heat was won by Mike Reynolds #48

LIMITED
1. Randy Wroten # 54
2. John Davis, Jr. # 11
3. Dale Blades # 55
Heat was won by Randy Wroten # 54

First points night of the season, 102 karts present.

Bonnie Nibblett
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Strap In, It’s Time To Go Racing!
March 28, 2006
By Bonnie Nibblett

Delmar, DE…..April is just around the corner, which means the Delaware Motorsports Complex will soon be back in full force for those Need For Speed addicts with weekly action. From Go-Karts running on Fridays nights, to the Dragway already in action on Sundays’ to the speedways half-mile clay oval which opens for Test-N-tune on Saturday, April 8, followed with the season opener Saturday, April 15, 2006. So strap in, it’s time to go racing!

Even though the 2005 season is over, the owners, drivers, and crews have little time to prepare for the next season. For fans, they can’t wait for the action to begin, but for teams a little more goes into their agenda. Most fans will get a little head start with the adrenaline by attending cars show, and all the hype when NASCAR Daytona Speedway starts in February. Fans can’t wait to see their favorite driver and new paint schemes or color this year. Who will be new, or return to the track? Who will be a force in their class this year? Either way drivers, crews, fans, sponsors all become excited for the side by side or metal to metal racing each week.

The Delaware International Speedway (DIS) introduced a GM sealed crate motor for a new class called AC Delco TSS (Technician Service Specialist) Modified in 2004 season. The class was introduced hence, for when a team is ready to step up a grade or class, such as TSS Modified to the Big Block Modified division, with minimal changes having to be made it is saving money. In the two years, so far, the TSS Modified class has produced a grand car count each week.

This year promoter, Charlie Cathell, will be introducing the same GM crate style of motor for the Street Modified class. The crate cars will be racing with the Street Modified regular driver cars from before the 2006 style car or regulations took place for this year. Both types of cars have rules to meet that will balance the two styles of race cars out as they will be racing on the track at the same time. This should be another success as the TSS Modified has proven to be so far.

This Street Modified style of car is much like the Late Model with minimal changes in order to upgrade to Late Model division. This will offer drivers an opportunity to compete in this class and not have too many changes to switch into a late model if one desires. Basically, motor, tires, shocks would be the only changes to make a switch to from street modifieds to late models. Next month, I hope to get the DIRT on the new teams and drivers that switched to this new class this year. For a complete set of rules contact the race office at 302-875-1911, or visit the tracks web site www.delawareracing.com to view the rules.

The speedway will also have a “Double Entry Night” where a driver can race in more than one class in a night’s time. As it stands, drivers are not allowed to run in more than one class in any of the tracks regular points’ night. A driver may drive in one than more class at any non-point events such as Camp Barnes. This will be allowing an entrance to any two divisions for $100 and if they win both features they would receive an additional $500. The Big Block Modifieds and the Late Models could walk away with $4000 purse if the driver participated by paying top gambling dollar in each of the two features that night.

A complete schedule is out with all the dates of what type of racing, or visiting divisions for that night of combat. The URC Sprints (United Racing Club) will visit DIS 6 times this year. The sprints always put on a spectacular night of fast progressive swift night of entertainment. URC Sprints will make the first appearance of the year, Saturday, April 22. The Little Lincoln’s put on a hot show each time they visit; first race is May 6.

The speedway has also done an overhaul in purse payouts for this season. The Big Block Modified winner’s pay will go from $1250 to $1500 for 25 laps. Teams will be allowed to “gamble” on winning. By taking a chance and by paying an additional $50 entry, the feature winner will be awarded $1750 and for an additional $100 gambler’s fee the winner would receive $2000.

The Late Model run 20 lap features and will now be paid $1000 to win. This class can as well pay a $50 gambler’s fee for the feature and receive a pay of $1250 and a $100 gambler’s fee will go to $1500 pay out. None of the drivers have other fees to pay other than admission when racing at DIS. It is not required to buy a license as some other tracks charge a fee, or pay an entry fee to race. This should give drivers a bit more drive as well.

The speedway will have a special treat when 6 time DIS Modified Champion Bobby Wilkins will be competing in the Jake Marie’s number 85 this year. Along with Bobby will be son, Beau Wilkins, who will power a second Marine car. Beau has made quite an impression on race fans too. Modified driver Gary Simpson will power a Late Model this year too. Watch your favorite driver in the Modified, Late Model, Modified Lite, Street Modified, AC Delco TSS Modified classes.

The Dragway has just started the point’s battle among teams. All the classes will go toe to toe to compete each week. From March to June the Dragway runs on Sunday afternoons before switching to Friday nights in June. What a great way to spend an afternoon? Come check out some of these fantastic classic styled cars with gorgeous schemes for each vehicle. April 9, will mark double points that weekend. Gates open Sunday, 10AM, time trials begin 11AM.

The U. S. 13 Kart Club Track just competed a second round of practice with the last one this Saturday, April 1, 2006. WKA Delaware Dirt Divisional Series begins Saturday, April 8, followed by first club event on Friday night, April 14, 2006. This Saturdays’ practice, gates will open 9AM, registration 9 – 10:15 AM. No exceptions unless you call ahead. April 8, the track will open 7AM, Friday nights gates open 5PM, gate admission $5. Check the tracks web at www.dekarting.net for more details.

The season is officially beginning to get underway. How will the season go? Who will lead or win on a night of racing? How many cars will come out? For all your answers take in a family night of racing in Delmar. Strap in it’s time to get racing. Visit www.redbud69racing.com for all your Delaware and Surrounding Tracks Race News. See you at the track!

Bonnie Nibblett
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Young Guy Gearing Down The Road
March 22, 2006
By Bonnie Nibblett

Delmar, DE-Twelve year old Scott Hitchens of Gumboro, DE, has taken on a new challenge for the 2006 season advancing from dirt race karts to the Aaron’s Pro Challenge Racing Series. Pro Challenge cars are scaled Nextel Cup style car and Craftsman Truck style vehicles. Kawasaki 1100, ZX11 and 1200 ZZR12 engines, which are sealed, power them, a water-cooled engine, and race ready when you receive it. Cars and trucks race at the same time on the track at speeds of nearly 150 mph an event.
Hitchens started racing dirt go-karts at U. S. 13 Kart Club Track when he was only 8 years old. There he competed in Junior I and II for the last three years. During that time he earned 2004 Junior II Championship at US 13, and 3rd & 5th in Junior II Lite & Heavy DDDS (Delaware Dirt Divisional Series) (WKA) points. Last season Hitchens wanted to run the Junior III Class, but he wasn’t old enough. So his father, Greg Hitchens, said, “Last year we just messed around, since we were not running in Junior III, we decided not to run for points at Delmar. We found out about the Pro challenge and ran about 5 races in 05.” “It was a learning experience to see how things were done and we decided we wanted to run the full schedule for 2006; we made a call to Walt.” remarks Greg. (Walt Breeding – Director of TUSA)
“We went to the Winternationals in February, qualified 18th, but on the first lap his brakes failed and he wrecked? No Brakes!” “Second night, Scott qualified 13th and made it up to tenth before the engine over heated and he finished 21st. Well, at least we finished, that means a lot.” In March, at Georgia, Scott qualified 19th and was in 12th position before some of the leaders came up on him; and finished 16th, but the Internet site has 17th? Either way it was good learning lesson, adds his Father. Scott is currently 11th in National Points, just 32 points out of 10th.
“I really like asphalt; it is faster and sticks better to the track.” Scott compared to dirt racing. “My goal? Well, I’d like to win 2 races this year, or as many as I can. I am looking forward to racing my LH Excavating and Greg Hitchens Services sponsored number 15 truck this year just get more seat time.”
Pro Challenge Racing Series is a way for young and old drivers to race in either an oval racer or a road racer style car. Pro Challenge Race Cars and Team United Sanctioning Association (TUSA) joined as the Title sponsor of the 2006 Aaron’s Pro Challenge Racing Series and the Aaron’s Dream Team. This program makes it possible for young drivers to compete against each other in the Aaron’s Jr. Dream Team, before moving to the Aaron’s Dream Team and it is one of the most promising divisions for young, hopeful racers to get the experience on big tracks in these scaled-down stock cars.
Age limits required getting behind the wheel of one those Pro Challenge Oval racers and the Pro Challenge SCCA-ready Road Racer varies from 12 years old to whatever age. Age difference with young drivers and older drivers mix it up in this series as drivers range from 12 years to 53 or so in years. There are over 50 members in the series this year, which range in between these ages. With the allotted number of cars in a feature, and all the variations of veterans along with new young driver talents; all in a fusion on the track at the same time? Sounds pretty exciting!
There are National racing dates as well as Regional, with even more opportunities in an attempt to score a title in any or each regional along with the National title, too. That would be quite an accomplishment maybe, a little something to strive for by some drivers, just a thought? The 2006 National races hosts 6 events, the first started, with Aaron’s Winternationals at Orlando Speed World in Florida, February 9, 10, to Aaron’s Dixie Shootout at Lanier National Speedway, in Georgia, on March 11th. Three dates left to go, April 28, Aaron’s Music City 50 in Music City Complex, in Nashville, Tennessee. Fifth race, Aaron’s Tour Race #5 runs at South Hampton Speedway, in South Hampton, VA, June 17, 2006, and the last National race will be held in Hickory, North Carolina, at the Hickory Motor Speedway for the Aaron’s Southern 100, on August 19, 2006. The region states races are in Carolinas, Florida, Tennessee/Virginia, Canada, and Georgia.
More information about the series can be found at www.t-usa.org or www.prochallengeracecars.com or contact a distributor in your area. For more information on how the series run and cost, call TUSA at 302-424-7700 or Pro Challenge Race Cars at 423-323-4015. To stay in touch with all your Delaware drivers visit www.redbud69racing.com. See you at the track!

Bonnie Nibblett
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Can You Hear Those Engines? Racing Will Be Here Soon!
By Bonnie Nibblett

Delmar, DE…..February 20, 2006…..With the official 2005 season all celebrated with the awards to the Champions in January, and all the action passed and behind us in the November, after DE State Championships, the Delaware Motorsports Complex can start to focus on getting the 2006 season started. This year racing will be just as exciting as ever with a lot of new drivers making changes in each type of racing rather it is the quarter-mile dragway, to the half-mile clay oval speedway, or to the U.S. 13 Kart Club dirt racing.
First, just a quick review of the 2005 November’s Delaware Dirt State speedways Champions that worked hard to claim those titles. H. J. Bunting, III of Milford, DE, made history when he claimed the 50 lap Small Block Modified feature claiming just over $4,000. Bunting was only the second DIS (Delaware International Speedway) home track driver, to claim the win in twenty years. Bunting also claimed his second Big Block Modified Championship of the tracks regular season. TUSA Modified Lites ran a tight race with Jon Callaway, another DIS track regular picking up that win on Saturday.
The Little Lincoln’s on Saturday’s action provided the best race of the weekend in only the ten laps they run. They were 3 wide in the corners bumping, rubbing and swapping paint. Laps 7 had two individual cars do 360’ degrees in opposite corners but no caution out as they just kept going after the spin around just loosing a little momentum. The wild and thrilling feature had Tony Daisey taking the checkered at the end. It was a very exciting race, and they only race 10 laps; maybe we can get them to add 5 more next year? Just a thought!
Sunday’s Delaware Dirt Track Champions went to “Doctor” Danny Johnson of Rochester, NY, in the Big Block Modified. Johnson had been in New York for Dirt Week and was flown to DIS after finishing there by his car owner Jay James. Johnson not only arrived in time to qualify on Saturday for Sunday’s race but he qualified to claim the pole position. Late Model action had another DIS track regular, David Hill of Trappe, MD, picking up the 50 lap champion title. AC Delco DE Dirt Championship went to rookie Matt Jester of Lincoln, DE, in his first year in this class and coming from go-karts. Jester came on really strong at the end of the season with that being his 4th straight win in a row. Look for him to be a strong contender in 2006. Modified Lite champ title went to the DIS 2005 Champion Jon Callaway of Harrington, DE, with yet another win. During the season Callaway won ten features holding another record for most wins in a season at DIS. Finally, the DE Dirt Sate Champion crown went to three time DIS Track Champion Mark Williams, of Georgetown, DE. All in all it was another year of racing action to end the season. Congrats to all the champs for the weekend and the 2005 year.
All the tracks have just celebrated their titles in January at the banquets, with the Winternationals quickly approaching. With 2005 season over drivers must get their race cars in order to start again on the 2006 season. Many get new cars or karts, new paint schemes, sponsors, sheet medal and a lot of new parts. The Winternationals in sink with NASCAR just completed speedweeks this past weekend. Quite a few drivers travel to East Bay or Volusia Speedway to compete with some of the best dirt drivers in America; while Daytona has oodles of fans to kick off the NASCAR season at the same time. Even though the 2005 season is over, the owners, drivers, and crews have little time to get ready to start in February. For fans, they can’t wait, but for teams a little more goes into their agenda. For those that don’t travel to Florida for the Winternationals have a little more time to get ready to race. Hagerstown Speedway is one of the first to start the season with Sunday, February 26, to start with late models and modifieds.
Many fans usually have withdrawals (as I do) when the season ends and can’t wait for the season to start. Quite a few get to go to Florida to get started or quench the thirst for that NEED FOR SPEED but many of us don’t; personally I have never had the opportunity to go to winternationals, but I bet it helps with the cravings. A few drivers that race at DIS went down to give it a try at big money and go against some of the best drivers in the world. Ricky Elliott and Anthony Rushing both picked up top 10’s last week in Late Model action out of 99 cars entries on some nights. Beau Wilkins finished in top 10 one night and made the field each night, while Chuck Tucker made the field one night or two. A lot of drivers were there but did not qualify with such competition and so many cars trying to get in the field. Jeff Brown, Jamie Mills, Deron Rust and Glen Richards were a few that did not make the field that race at Delmar.
Another way to get ready for many each year is when the Centre of Salisbury hosts the Motorsports Mania show, so fans get to see a few samples of the new cars all polished and new. However, after 15 years, this year was the first time fans would not get to start the adrenalin shot we all, so need to get through the winter. Which this makes the withdrawals only stronger to try and feed with the addiction in racing. Hope next year there will be a show but not looking to positive at this point.
It won’t be much longer for the U. S. 13 Dragway as they will kick off the first practice this weekend if the weather corporates and the second test and tune on March 5. Another test & tune will be on March 12, with gamblers if enough racers. Gates open 11:00 AM and test & tuning starts at 12:00 PM. The first official ET Brackets date is March 19 and the following weekend points start. Check the office to make sure they are running by calling 302.875.1911 or the tracks hot line at 302.846.3968. Check the tracks web for a full schedule at www.delawareracing.com
The big speedway will kick off their Test-N-tune on April 8, 2006 from 6-9 PM, gates open at 5 PM. The first race night will be on April 15, 2006. The speedway will also be offering a new class to run with the Street Modified class. The new class will be running the same AC Delco GM Crate motor as the AC Delco TSS Modified class that was introduced two years ago. That TSS Modified has been a success for drivers to run on a more economical budget to race. So now this will offer drivers an opportunity to compete in this class and not have too many changes to switch into late models if one desires. Basically, motor, tires, shocks would be the only changes to make a switch to from street modifieds to late models. A complete set of rules are on the webs web site at www.dealwareracing.com to all classes.
Also, next month I hope to have a few of the new drivers making changes to give us an inside preview before the season starts. Speaking of preview send your photos of your 2006 car, kart, drag car, or whatever you race to be displayed on www.redbud69racing.com, many cars participated last year so some have already started sending them in. You can contact me at redbud69racing@aol.com to submit or call 302.846.3621 and I’ll come take a picture for you. Redbud69racing.com also has the schedules for the speedway, dragway or the US 13 Kart Track on the site.
One more thing, new this year on Redbud69racing website, will be Redbud’s Classics. This will be a photogallery of racing from MD, DE, and VA of the past racing at any track in these areas and few of others from close neighboring tracks, but primarily from this area. Tracks that no longer run, or still running, which ever the case may be. It will be for fans to see what some of the racing use to be in this region. A way to “Keep the Old Alive” or a “Blast From the Past” of where the racing has come to today as we know it. Check the web site www.redbud69racing.com for all your latest news and how to submit your photos to be previewed or photos from the past.
The US 13 Kart will start practice on Saturday, March 18, & April 1, gates open 9:00 AM. The first WKA State race will be Saturday, April 8, 2006, first club race will be Friday, April 14. For a full schedule check the tracks web site at www.dekarting.net. New officers were elected in the annual meeting held Feb 10. The new President is Chad K. Grosh, the new Vice President is Tim Crissman. The new Treasurer is Mrs. Morris and Cindy Richards. Billy Cropper is our new Race director for Club and State. Congrats to all of them. See you at the track!

Bonnie Nibblett
www.redbud69racing.com Your Delaware and Surrounding Tracks Race News Plus NASCAR


Delaware International Speedway has posted the 2006 schedule.
Note it is tentative and subject to be changed.

Date Event Tentative Schedule Dates are subject to change
04/08/2006 Test & Tune
04/15/2006 Season Opener
04/22/2006 URC Opener + Regular Show
04/29/2006 William J. Cathell Memorial + Slide For Five

05/06/2006 Reg. show-Mod., LM., Sm., Mod. Lite, AC Delco + Little Lincoln
05/13/2006 URC + Regular Show
05/20/2006 Regular Show **Double Entry Night** Driver May Enter 2nd Class $100 Entry Fee + $500 Bonus For Double Feature Win
05/27/2006 Reg. show-Mod., LM., Sm., Mod. Lite, AC Delco + Slide For Five

06/03/2006 URC + Regular Show
06/10/2006 no date, nothing on schedule
06/17/2006 Reg. show-Mod., LM., Sm., Mod. Lite, AC Delco + Double Entry Night
06/24/2006 Reg. show-Mod., LM., Sm., Mod. Lite, AC Delco + Slide For Five

07/01/2006 URC + Regular Show + Fireworks
07/08/2006 Reg. show-Mod., LM., Sm., Mod. Lite, AC Delco + Little Lincoln
07/12/2006 Camp Barnes Wed. Nite 7/13 Raindate
07/15/2006 Reg. show-Mod., LM., Sm., Mod. Lite, AC Delco + Double Entry Night
07/22/2006 Reg. show-Mod.,Mod., LM., Sm., Mod. Lite, AC Delco + Slide For Five
07/29/2006 Reg. show-Mod.,Mod., LM., Sm., Mod. Lite, AC Delco + Little Lincoln

08/05/2006 Reg. show-Mod.,Mod., LM., Sm., Mod. Lite, AC Delco
08/12/2006 Reg. show-Mod.,Mod., LM., Sm., Mod. Lite, AC Delco + Double Entry Night
08/19/2006 URC + Regular Show
08/26/2006 Reg. show-Mod.,Mod., LM., Sm., Mod. Lite, AC Delco + Slide For Five

09/02/2006 Reg. show-Mod.,Mod., LM., Sm., Mod. Lite, AC Delco + Little Lincoln
09/09/2006 Reg. show-Mod.,Mod., LM., Sm., Mod. Lite, AC Delco + Double Entry Night
09/16/2006 Reg. show-Mod.,Mod., LM., Sm., Mod. Lite, AC Delco + Slide For Five
09/23/2006 URC + Regular Show
09/30/2006 To Be Announced

10/07/2006 To Be Announced
10/15/2006 To Be Announced
10/22/2006 To Be Announced
10/29/2006 To Be Announced

11/04/2006 Delaware State Championship
11/05/2006 Delaware State Championship + Slide For Five
11/11/2006 Delaware State Championship Raindate
1112/2006 Delaware State Championship Raindate

Bonnie Nibblett
www.redbud69racing.com Your Delaware and Surrounding Tracks Race News


One Big Show Left In Delaware Racing Action
October 27, 2005
By Bonnie Nibblett

Delmar, DE…..Just one more big show for the Delaware Motorsports Complex’s Delaware International Speedway on the half mile clay oval speedway to end the racing season. November 5th & 6th will mark the thirty-second Delaware State Dirt Track Championship. The U. S. 13 Dragway has one more event to attend with the Halloween Shoot Out on October 30, 2005 as well as the U. S. 13 Kart Club one more race. The kart track will have the 2nd Annual Money Race & Halloween Party on October 28, 2005; previous attempts for this event had been canceled with weather woes.

The speedway has always drawn in a large amount of racers to compete with one another and face off with the tracks regular drivers. Fans set up for the 2-day event and cheer their favorite driver to end the year. The year end show has 50 lap races for the Big Block Modifieds, Small Block Modified, and Super Late Models. The other features endure a 25 lap for A/C Delco TSS Modified (crate class), Street Modified, and Modified Lite. Special race with Vintage Little Lincoln’s running on Saturday and also on Sunday the Slide for Five to end the day and year.

Can last year’s contenders Frank Cozze, Booper Bare, Tim Hindley, Tom Curtis, Mike Wilson, Tracey Fritter and Jon Callaway claim victory again at the speedway? $65,000 in total purse lies in wait for the winners. Tickets are on sale now with Gen Adm. for one day is $20, Pits is $25. Two day passes are $35 Gen Adm. and $45 for Pits. Contact the race office at 302-875-1911 or view the track web for info at www.delawareracing.com

All three tracks on the complex have finalized the points October 1, had the dragway ending the points for the year with the Champions being:

Super – Ben Parks
Heavy – Kevin Parks
Pro Bike – John Bartkovich
Street Eliminator – Humphrey Maddox, Jr.
Dragster I – Jordon Dill
Dragster II – Marshall Fowler
Delaware International Speedway Champions were named September 24:

Big Block Modified – H. J. Bunting, III
Late Model – Richard Jarvis, Jr.
AC Delco TSS Modified – Bobby Watkins
Street Modified – Steve Bunting
Modified Lite – Jon Callaway
The U. S. 13 Kart Club Track Champions are:

Cody Hitchens - JR I
Dylan Evans - JR I Rookie
Clint Chalabala - JR II
Brandon Beale - JR III
Chad Larimore - Stock Lite
John Macklin - Stock Medium
Erika Hearn - Stock Heavy
Jeff Bushaw - Stock Xtra-heavy
Rick Argo - Senior Stock
John Davis, Jr. - Limited
Donnie Tingle - Pee-Wee had the most wins with Zach Bullis 2nd most wins
Paul Williams, Jr. - Pee-Wee II had the most wins with Ryan Dryden & Jasmine McCane tied with 2nd most wins
The season is really over and withdrawals are starting to grow more each Saturday night with no events at the speedway all during October; NASCAR is almost over, too. Before we know it we’ll be craving the race action and no place to go until spring. Many of us look forward to the new paint schemes and peeks of some of the cars at the Centre of Salisbury in February. This year there will not be a Motorsports show as far as we know, so hopefully there will be plenty of preview shots on www.redbud69racing.com. But, the yearning to get the season going will truly miss this pre-season event.

The Dragway banquet will be Friday, January 20, 2005 and the speedways will be on January 21, 2005. Both banquets will be held at Dover Downs, in Dover, Delaware. The go-karts banquet is Saturday, January 21, 2005 at the Laurel Fire Dept. view the web for contact at www.dekarting.net. For all your news and updates view www.redbud69racing.com for more on hours for the Champ show or the tracks web at www.delawareracing.com. See you at the track!

Bonnie Nibblett
www.redbud69racing.com Your Delaware and Surrounding Tracks Race News Plus NASCAR


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