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  1. Gregg Dalman    422
  2. Brett Mann     399
  3. Ryan Grubaugh    392
  4. Dustin Daggett    364
  5. Andy Chehowski    349
  6. Greg Wheeler    337
  7. Robert Huisken    329
  8. Ryan Ruhl     325
  9. Andy Teunessen    306
  10. Jared Horstman    260
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As part of the Friday night program at Tri-City Speedway the Engine Pro ASCS Sprints on Dirt presented by ARP  will have a chance to  “Race to Beat the Track Record” at 7:30. ($150 to Record Setter, $100 to Runner-UP, $50 to 3rd Fastest).  This is completely separate from the regular racing program.

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By Bob Buffenbarger

Crystal,Mi. – (Saturday, July 21,2012) –

Randy Hannagan is on a roll again. Saturday night at Crystal Motor Speedway he picked up the 33 lap Engine Pro ASCS Sprints on Dirt presented by ARP feature that was co sanctioned with the Ohio based NRA. Hannagan had won four straight features early in the season but had cooled off some as of late. The 33 lap challenge was a celebration of the 33rd year of Sprints on Dirt competition and Crystal has been part of that with at least one or more SOD events all 33 years. The huge crowd was on their feet showing appreciation of the four wide parade lap with a rousing cheer prior to the green flag.

Hannagans teammate , Dennis Yoakam started on the pole along side of Beau Stewart. Yoakam lead the initial two circuits but the 11x of Tim Allison stopped in turn four bringing out a early caution. On the restart Hannagan(who started 3rd) charged into the lead with Yoakam trailing and a very fast Gregg Dalman 3rd, Stewart and Dustin Daggett following.

At the 10 lap mark Hannagan was leading a still strong Dalman, Dustin Daggett, Yoakam and Stewart. Kyle Sauder now was moving up as was Ryan Grubaugh and Ryan Ruhl. Lap 19 saw the yellow fly for Beau Stewart in turn two. Just as the green was about to appear, Gregg Dalman dropped out, thus ending his great run. Now Daggett was 2nd with Grubaugh, Yoakam and Ruhl the top five. Hannagan was masterful negotiating lapped traffic throughout the feature.

The top five cars remained the same and on lap 32 cauton flew once again this time for Joe Geibe. The green and white came out but Hannagan was not going to be caught on this night as Dustin Daggett, Grubaugh, Yoakam and Ruhl rounded out the top five.

A great field of 36 sprint cars filled the pits with heats going to Hannagan, Yoakam, Tim Allison, Gregg Dalman and Beau Stewart, Two B Mains were needed and went to Steve Irwin and Hud Horton. Kyle Sauder won the dash.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com.

Engine Pro ASCS Sprints on Dirt presented by ARP Results

Saturday July, 21 2012

Crystal Motor Speedway – Crystal,Mi

Heat Races (Top # Finishers Transfer to the “A” Feature)

Engler Machine and Tool Heat Race #1 (# Laps): 1. 22h-Randy Hannagan, 2. 7k-Kyle Sauder, 3. 3w-Chris Jones, 4. 81-John Gall, 5. 31-Andy Tuenessen

Eric Smith and Todd Heuerman tangled at the start and did not finish

Allstar Performance & Comp Cams Heat Race #2 (# Laps): 1.22d- Dennis Yoakam, 2. 16-Ryan Ruhl,3. 00-Ryan Grubaugh, 4. 16c-Greg Wheeler, 5. 10s-Jay Steinebach, 6. 21-Matt Lumbert, 7. 6 Don Bostrom

Butlerbuilt Seats Heat Race #3 (# Laps): 1. 11x-Tim Allison, 2. 2m-Dustin Daggett, 3. 14- Steve Irwin, 4. 28-Hud Horton, 5. 17-Jared Horstman, 6. 20a-Andy Chehowski, 7. 70-Jim Lingar

Hoosier Racing Tire Heat Race #4 (8 Laps): 1. 49t-Gregg Dalman, 2. 21t-Troy Chehowski, 3. 88-Mike Daggett, 4. 5m-Max Stambaugh, 5. 46-Robert Huisken, 6. 11-Trey Smith

Brodix Heads Heat Race #5 (8 laps): 1. 27-Beau Stewart, 2. 35-Ron Blair, 3. 8-Tim Champlin, 4. 2g-Joe Geibe, 5. 36- Nate Bostrom, 6. 81-Keith Love, 7. 22t- Tank Brackenberry

Engine Pro “B” Feature #1-10 laps (Top 2 Finishers Transfer to the “A” Feature): 1.14-Steve Irwin, 2. 46-Robert Huisken, 3. 31-Andy Tuenessen, 4. 10s-Jay Steinebach, 5. 11-Trey Smith, 6. 20a-Andy Chehowski, 7. 81-John Gall, 8-70-Jim Lingar, 9. 4-Eric Smith

Engine Pro “B” Feature #2-10 laps (Top 2 Finishers Transfer to the “A” Feature): 1. 28-Hud Horton, 2. 16c-Greg Wheeler, 3. 17-Jared Horstman, 4. 18-Todd Heuerman, 5. 36-Nate Bostrom, 6. 6-Don Bostrom, 7. 21-Matt Lumbert, 8. 22t- Tank Brackenberry, 9.81-Keith Love

Brodix Heads Fast Car Dash 1. 7k-Kyle Sauder, 2. 16-Ryan Ruhl, 3. 21t-Troy Chehowski, 4. 35-Ron Blair

MAHLE & Clevite Short Track Challenge

Engine Pro ASCS Sprints on Dirt presented by ARP “A” Main Event

“A” Feature (33 Laps): 1. 22h-Randy Hannagan, 2. 2m-Dustin Daggett, 3. 00-Ryan Grubaugh, 4. 22d-Dennis Yoakam, 5. 16-Ryan Ruhl, 6. 7k-Kyle Sauder, 7. 35-Ron Blair, 8. 14-Steve Irwin, 9. 28h-Hud Horton, 10. 3w-Chris Jones, 11. 88-Mike Daggett, 12. 16c-Greg Wheeler, 13. 46-Robert Huisken, 14. 8-Tim Champlin, 15. 2g-Joe Geibe, 16. 5m-Max Stambaugh, 17. 11x-Tim Allison, 18. 49t-Gregg Dalman, 19. 21t-Troy Chehowski, 20. 27-Beau Stewart

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Daggett Wins at Cherry

July 21, 2012 by

By Bob Buffenbarger

Fife Lake,Mi – (20-7-2012) –Dustin Daggett turned in a stellar performance Friday night at Cherry Raceway during the Engine Pro ASCS Sprints on Dirt presented by ARP feature taking his first win of the season. The term “hooked up” is used a lot in sprint car circles, but Daggett was most definitely hooked up for the 25 lap main event as he started 3rd and jumped into the lead at the green flag. The 2m of Daggett quickly widened his command over 2nd place Greg Wheeler and set sail leaving the remainder of the field to battle it out.

Wheeler, Steve Irwin, Ryan Ruhl and Ryan Grubaugh were all fighting for position in the early stages of the night cap as Daggett was dominating and lapping cars. On lap 12 Grubaugh took over the 2nd spot with Ryan Ruhl also on the prowl and Gregg Dalman now moving up.

It looked as if the feature may go green to checker with Daggett passing cars at will but on the 20th circuit, the 70 of Jim Lingar spun in turn four. On the restart it was Daggett, Grubaugh, Ruhl, Dalman and Irwin. However with some lapped traffic in the mix, Daggett was able to continue his run to the checkers and once again was untouchable tonight.

Heat races were captured by Ryan Grubaugh, Ryan Ruhl and Greg Wheeler. Gregg Dalman picked up the dash victory. Robert Huisken flipped during the 2nd heat and looked to be finished for the night, but hard work by his crew and a couple other teams enabled him to make the feature and end up with a 9th place finish.

Additional information regarding the American Sprint Car Series is available at www.ascsracing.com.

Engine Pro ASCS Sprints on Dirt presented by ARP Results

Friday 7/20/2012

Cherry Raceway – Fife Lake,Mi.

Heat Races (Top # Finishers Transfer to the “A” Feature)

Engler Machine and Tool Heat Race #1 (# Laps): 1. 00-Ryan Grubaugh, 2.14-Steve Irwin, 3.2m- Dustin Daggett, 4.49t- Gregg Dalman, 5. 2g- Joe Geibe, 6.Troy Chehowski

Allstar Performance & Comp Cams Heat Race #2 (# Laps): 1.16-Ryan Ruhl, 2.31-Andy Tuenessen, 3.70-Jim Lingar, 4. 20a-Andy Chehowski, 5. 4-Eric Smith, 6. 46-Robert Huisken.

Note:Huisken flipped on lap 2. He was ok.

Butlerbuilt Seats Heat Race #3 (# Laps): 1. 16c-Greg Wheeler, 2. 3w-Chris Jones, 3. 10s-Jay Steinebach, 4. 21-Matt Lumbert, 5. 29s-Brett Mann DNS.

Brodix Heads Fast Car Dash 1. 49t-Gregg Dalman, 2. 10s Jay Steinebach, 3. 21-Matt Lumbert, 4. 70-Jim Lingar

MAHLE & Clevite Short Track Challenge

Engine Pro ASCS Sprints on Dirt presented by ARP “A” Main Event

“A” Feature (# Laps):25

1. 2m-Dustin Daggett, 2. 00-Ryan Grubaugh, 3. 16-Ryan Ruhl, 4. 49t-Gregg Dalman, 5. 14-Steve Irwin, 6. 16c-Greg Wheeler, 7. 21t-Troy Chehowski, 8. 10s-Jay Steinebach, 9. 46-Robert Huisken, 10. 2g-Joe Geibe, 11. 20a-Andy Chehowski, 12. 70-Jim Lingar, 13. 31-Andy Tuenessen, 14. 21-Matt Lumbert, 15. 4-Eric Smith, 16. 3w-Chris Jones DNF, 17. 29s-Brett Mann DNF

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SOD/NRA Purse for Crystal

July 17, 2012 by

Purse for Saturday’s Engine Pro ASCS Sprints on Dirt / National Racing Alliance Sprint Invaders Event

ASCS SOD lineup procedures will be used for this Saturday.

Both NRA and ASCS SOD right rear tires are legal as we always do for the co-sanctioned races.

1 2033
2 1000
3 800
4 700
5 600
6 550
7 500
8 475
9 450
10 425
11 400
12 375
13 350
14 325
15 300
16 300
17 300
18 300
19 300
20 300

tow 150
100

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