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Brooks takes Pizza win

Postby Ron Verash » Mon Jun 02, 2014 7:14 pm

Mike “Bubba” Brooks held off fast qualifier AJ Foote at the closing
stages of Saturday night’s “Little Caesars 50” for the NASCAR Whelen
All-American Series Outlaw Super Late Models at Kalamazoo Speedway. Marc
Casey finished an impressive third ahead of Jerry Zachary and Matt
Frazier. Billy Shannon led the second half of the top ten over Dan
Roodvoets, Chuck Greer, Matt Corliss and Ben Raber. Several of the point
contenders encountered trouble including Luke Krick, who finished 12th,
Todd Harrington in 13th and John Chapman in 16th. Zachary and Brooks
won the heat races. Brooks now leads the championship standings by just
44 points over Foote with Chapman (-93), Krick (-121) and Harrington
(-130) rounding out the top five.

The Super Stock division ran the “Super Stock Sonic 45 Presented by 7UP”
which saw Buddy Head emerge victorious over his brother Kenny Head, who
set quick time earlier in the evening. Austin Maynard finished a very
impressive third ahead of Brandon Lyons and Rodney Spencer. Rob Hardy
wound up sixth beating out Gary Denzel, James Roden, Scott Rugg and
Patrick Kirkendall. Championship contender Chris Shannon encountered
problems early in the event and finished a disappointing 13th. Buddy’s
victory now puts him 59 points ahead of his brother in the battle for
the championship.

2013 Kalamazoo Speedway Pro Stock champion John Foote Jr. returned to
victory lane Saturday night, picking up the victory in the thirty lap
Pro Stock feature. Toby Montgomery finished right on Foote’s rear bumper
in second ahead of fast qualifier Brent Hook, Barry Jenkins and Budd
Hybels. The second half of the top ten was led by Greg Brown over Keith
Wilfong, Mark Campbell, Dave Hopwood and Lynne Zachary, who made her
first appearance of the season. Foote Jr. and Montgomery collected the
two heats race victories. The battle for the Pro Stock championship
continues to be a thrilling one with Montgomery now just 26 points ahead
of Foote Jr. and 44 points ahead of Hook.

Chuck Greer put on an impressive driving display to pick up the victory
in the “Mini Stock Magnum 25 Presented by Texas Corral”. Greer held off
Noah Gallandt, former champion Frank Stager, Billy Bussema and Chaz Hook
to pick up the victory. Shane Clark finished sixth beating out Andrew
Brest, Logan Knight, Brian Echtinaw and Daniel Bratcher. The top two
drivers in the championship standings entering the evening both
encountered problems resulting in finishes of 12th and 14th place
respectively for Jerime Damron and Keith Dunham. Their problems now put
an incredible eight drivers within just 151 points of the lead. Damron
hold on to the lead by just 32 points over Greer with Dunham (-58),
Bussema (-79), Clark (-110), Gallandt (-121), Stager (-125) and Chaz
Hook (-151) all still within striking distance.

The Cyber Stock division saw Jerry Jansen Jr. continue his impressive
2014 season by setting quick time, starting in 16th spot and picking up
the win in the twenty lap feature. Jerry Jansen III finished second
ahead of Josh Roberts, Keegan Dykstra and TC Burgess. Brian Gregersen
wound up sixth beating out Ryan Hufford, Curtis Towne, Kyle Jansen and
Kyle Shannon. Bob Miller and Doug Nelson collected the two heat race
victories. Jansen Jr. now leads Dykstra in the championship battle by
111 markers.

This Saturday night, June 7 will bring one of the biggest shows of the
entire season to the high banks of the Zoo. The Auto Value Bumper to
Bumper Winged Super Sprint Series will come to town for their only 2014
appearance at the Zoo. Also in action will be the NASCAR Whelen
All-American Series Outlaw Super Late Models, who will run the “Shifters
50”. Finally the Top Speed Modified Tour will complete the program.

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