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Double X Speedway
California, MO
May 22, 2016
By: Dean Reichel
For Immediate Release–
Randy Martin made his first visit to Double-X Speedway Sunday night one for the books as he parked his #14 winged sprint car in victory lane for a slightly emotional and crowd pleasing feature win. Starting third on the grid, Martin settled into third behind leader Jonathan Cornell and young shoe Ben Brown. The sprint car veteran passed young Brown on lap 5 and began to look for Cornell who had opened up a straightaway lead on the field. In an uncharacteristic slip, Cornell spun a 360 degree spin in turn 1 which caused an automatic caution flag on the track relegating him to the end of the lead lap cars. Martin inherited the lead on the ensuing restart which was negated as Taylor Walton tumbled off of turn 4 bringing out the red flag. Racing resumed on lap six with Martin in the lead and Cornell moving up through the field. After a caution on lap nine Martin still led followed by Brown, TJ Muths and Cornell. A lap later Cornell would move into third and on lap twelve he would overtake Brown for the second spot. By this time, Martin had a comfortable lead but a yellow  after the completion of lap fifteen would bring Cornell to the rear bumper of the #14. Martin lead the next six laps with Cornell trying to mount a challenge. Meanwhile Tyler Blank had moved into third bringing Evan Martin to fourth with Muths holding the number five spot. The red flag flew at the completion of lap 21 as Ben Brown made contact with the front stretch wall and continued his string of tough luck this season with a dramatic flip at the flag stand. A four lap dash would decide the outcome of the event, with Cornell trying every move he could, the veteran Martin claimed the victory.  In victory lane Martin congratulated the hard charging Cornell and also credited his brother Ronnie Martin for putting the winning setup under the black #14. Following Martin and Cornell under the checkered flag, Blank came home a strong third, Evan Martin claimed fourth and youngster Miles Paulus was fifth. Another young shoe Broc Elliott was sixth at the stripe. Ben Brown and Cornell claimed the heat races for the evening.
The very competitive street stock class saw another “old guy” claim his first victory at Double-X in 2016. Steve Beach of Eldon, put his #10 machine into victory lane in his second trip to the track this year. Beach had to keep hard charging Cole Henson at bay throughout the 15 lap affair. The duo would run 1-2 the entire event with a lot of shuffling and racing taking place behind them. Point leader Derek Henson would ultimately claim third, with visitor Dean Willie finishing fourth and last week’s feature winner Harlan Dowell rounding out the top five. Beach and Cole Henson were victorious in the heat races. 
The 600cc Micro Sprints saw a familiar face in victory lane at Warrensburg driver Kameron Key put the 7JR machine in victory lane. Jimmy Dowell drove a great race claiming second over hard charging Nick Rasa. Garrett Hulsey was fourth in his first visit to Double X in 2016 and Randy Corpening was fifth in his debut as well. Dowell claimed the lone heat race in the class.
Rudy Wirts continued his winning ways in the Hobby Stock class, claiming his fourth feature win in as many tries. He had to work his way around veteran Mike Schrader who led early and came home second with Chuck Coffey third, Laura Atkinson fourth and Chris Brockert completing the top five. Wirts also captured the heat race victory.
Next Sunday night the ASCS Warrior Region cars take to the track for the annual “Tribute to Jesse and Daniel” event featuring the “Take it to the Tail Hockett Style Challenge” Be sure to attend one of the highlight events on the Warrior schedule.
The owners and staff of Double-X extend a great thanks to the racers and fans that attend each week. Thanks to the efforts of all we are getting the races done in a timely manner. Your continued support is very appreciated. Be sure to keep up with the Double-X Speedway Fan Page on Facebook for information.
Double-X Speedway Results
May 22, 2016–
Winged Sprint Cars=
Feature-
1. 14- Randy Martin, California; 2. 28-Jonathan Cornell, Sedalia; 3. 75-Tyler Blank, California; 4. 4-Evan Martin, California; 5. 48-Miles Paulus, Marshall; 6. 75E-Broc Elliott, California; 7. 65-TJ Muths, Sedalia; 8. 12c-Nic Crank, Sedalia; 9. 56H-Dean Hathman, Rocheport; 10. 49B-Ben Brown, Marshall; 11. 49-Tyler Elliott, California; 12. 93- Taylor Walton, Warrensburg
Heat 1-
1. Brown; 2. R. Martin; 3. Blank; 4. E. Martin; 5. Hathman; 6. B. Elliott
Heat 2-
1. Cornell; 2. Muths; 3. Paulus;4. Walton; 5. T. Elliott; 6. Crank
Street Stocks=
Feature-
1. 10- Steve Beach, Eldon; 2. 31C-Cole Henson, Russellville; 3. 27D-Derek Henson, Russellville; 4. 7X-Dean Willie, Warrensburg; 5. 29-Harlan Dowell, Tipton; 6. 8- John Clancy,Jr., California; 7. 7- Evan Hays, California; 8. 29D- Destiny Dowell, Tipton; 9. 8UP- Jeff Offerman, California; 10, 30C- Terry Schultz, Sedalia; 11. H3-Andrew Roark, Henley
Heat 1-
1. Beach; 2. Roark; 3. Schultz; 4. Clancy,Jr.; 5. D. Dowell; 6. Hays
Heat 2-
1. C. Henson; 2. Willie; 3. D.Henson; 4 Offerman; 5. H. Dowell
Hobby Stocks=
Feature-
1. 2X-Rudy Wirts, California; 2. 11-Mike Schrader, Sedalia; 3. 171-Chuck Coffey, Windsor; 4. 4A-Laura Atkinson, Eldon; 5. 82- Chris Brockert, Versailles; 6. 84-Jeremiah Wallingford, Prairie Home; (DNS) 10-Curtis Schaeffer, Lincoln
Heat Race-
1. Wirts; 2. Schrader; 3. Atkinson; 4. Coffey; 5. Brockert; 6. Wallingford; (DNS) Schaeffer
600cc Micro Sprints=
Feature-
1. 7JRK- Kameron Key, Warrensburg; 2. 88J-Jimmy Dowell, Boonville; 3. 26B-Nick Rasa, Sedalia; 4. 88G-Garrett Hulsey, Lone Jack; 5.20-Randy Corpening, Versailles; 6. 37-Ethan Green, Boonville; 7. 749-Kyle Schlotz, Jefferson City
Heat Race-
1. Dowell; 2. Key; 3.Schlotz; 4. Rasa; 5. Hulsey; 6. Corpening; 7. Green(DNS) 
 
 
 
 
 
Double X Speedway
California,MO
May 15, 2016
by: Dean Reichel
The third night of Sunday Night Thunder 2016 is in the books and saw some new winners gracing victory lane and some familiar faces as well. Jonathan Cornell continued his mastery of the 1/4 mile clay by claiming his second victory of the season in the Winged Sprint Car division. The Sedalia, MO wheel man started on the pole alongside Corey Nelson and Cornell would win the drag race into turn one taking a lead he would not relinquish. Nelson would give chase the entire but was overcome by fifth starting Cody Baker who would run down Cornell but came up short of making the pass for the lead and settled for second at the finish. Nelson would finish third, Zach Daum claimed fourth and Tyler Blank recovered from a heat race flip to finish a strong fifth. Cornell and Nelson claimed the heat race victories.
Some fan favorites at Double-X made their first appearances at the track this season. A new face graced victory lane as Harlan Dowell of Tipton claimed the victory. Dowell held off the hard charging Steve Beach as the two veteran drivers raced each other hard for the entire main event. Andrew Roark had a strong run to take third, Clayton Campbell was tight on Roark’s rear bumper to finish fourth and Derek Henson claimed fifth. Beach and Dowell claimed the heat race victories. Two time winner Cole Henson saw his chance for a three peat go away after a spin in turn four on lap one saw him bang the inside wall and sustain enough damage to end his feature event.
The Hobby Stock feature saw Rudy Wirts claim victory number three for the season. Wirts passed veteran Mike Schrader on lap four to secure the victory. Laura Atkinson ran a great race to claim second, Chris Brockert finished a strong third, Schrader was credited with fourth and Katie Goodson earned fifth. Schrader won the lone heat race in the class.
The 600cc Micro Sprint class featured four cars but they are four of he strongest drivers in the division. Kansas City, MO shoe Jackson Frisbie claimed the victory over hard charging Kameron Key. Nick Rasa claimed third and Kyle Schlotz was fourth. Frisbie also claimed the heat race.
Racing continues every Sunday night. Be sure to keep up to date by following the Double-X Speedway Fan Page on Facebook.  Thanks to everyone who has been in the stands and the pits so far this season and we hope to see you back each and every week for Sunday Night Thunder.
Double-X Speedway Results-
May 15, 2016
Winged Sprint Cars-
Feature-
1. 28- Jonathan Cornell, Sedalia; 2. 38-Cody Baker, Lone Jack; 3. 34-Corey Nelson, Eugene; 4. 75K-Zach Daum, Pocohontas,IL; 5. 75-Tyler Blank, California; 6. 93-Taylor Walton, Warrensburg; 7. 48-Miles Paulus, Marshall; 8. 75E-Broc Elliott, California; 9. 8-Jeff Wingate, Centertown; 10. 56H-Dean Hathman, Columbia; 11. 41-Scott Comstock, Prairie Home; 12. 8X-John Manley, California; 13. 49B-Ben Brown, Marshall (DNS)
Heat 1-
1. Cornell; 2. Paulus; 3. Baker; 4. Walton; 5. Manley; 6. Comstock; 7. Elliott (DNS)
Heat 2-
1. Nelson; 2. Daum; 3. Wingate; 4. Hathman; 5. Brown (DNF); 6. Blank (DNF)
Street Stock-
Feature-
1. 29-Harlan Dowell, Tipton; 2. 10-Steve Beach, Eldon; 3. H3-Andrew Roark, Henley; 4. 30C-Clayton Campbell, Otterville; 5. 27D-Derek Henson, Russellville; 6. 7-Evan Hays, California; 7. 29D-Destiney Dowell, Tipton; 8. 52J-James Keeran, California; 9. 43-Joe Miller, Centertown (DNF); 10. 8-John Clancy, Jr., California; 11. 31C-Cole Henson, Russellville (DNF)
Heat 1-
1. Beach; 2. C. Henson; 3. Campbell; 4. Clancy,Jr.; 5. Roark; 6. Hays
Heat 2-
1. H. Dowell; 2. D. Henson; 3. Miller; 4. Keeran; 5. D. Dowell
Hobby Stock-
Feature-
1. 2X-Rudy Wirts, California; 2. 4A-Laura Atkinson, Eldon; 3. 82-Chris Brockert, Versailles; 4. 11-Mike Schrader, Sedalia (DNF); 5. 15-Katie Goodson, Sedalia; 6. 10-Curtis Schaeffer, Lincoln;(DNF) 7. 171-Chuck Coffey, Windsor (DNF); 8. 84-Jeremiah Wallingford, Prairie Home (DNF)
Heat 1-
1. Schrader; 2. Coffey; 3. Brockert; 4. Goodson; 5. Wirts; 6. Atkinson; 7. Wallingford; 8. Schaeffer
600cc Micro Sprints-
Feature-
1. 38-Jackson Firisbie, Kansas City, MO; 2. 7JR- Kameron Key, Warrensburg; 3. 26B-Nick Rasa, Marshall; 4. 749-Kyle Schlotz, Jefferson City
Heat 1-
1. Jackson; 2. Key; 3. Rasa; 4. Schlotz

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Double X Speedway
California, MO
May 8, 2016
Submitted by Dean Reichel

With rain around the Central Missouri area,  things looked doubtful, but the owners and personnel at Double-X Speedway were determined to put on a show for the fans that came out to celebrate Mother’s Day, a family tradition on Sunday nights for 27 seasons. With a competitive field of cars on hand a fast track awaited the drivers on hand. It looked that repeat winners would be the order of the evening.Showing that off season hard work can pay dividends,  Cole Henson went two for two in the young season by picking up the victory in the feature event. The fleet red 31c of Henson put on a determined drive on the bottom of the track, holding off the strong challenges of brother Derek Henson who claimed the runner up spot for the second week in a row. John Clancy Jr. recovered from an opening lap bobble and raced back to a strong third place finish at the checker.  Dale Berry finished fourth in his first outing at the track this season. Harlan Dowell rounded out the top five. Cole Henson claimed the heat race victory in the division.

In the Hobby Stock class, California, MO driver Rudy Wirts made in two wins on the season and two for his career by passing early race leader Mike Schrader on lap four and holding off the veteran driver over the remainder of the 12 lap event to claim the victory. Schrader finished second holding off the challenges of Chuck Coffey who finished third. Laura Atkinson of Eldon was fourth and rookie driver Curtis Schaeffer rounded out the top 5. Wirts also claimed the victory in the heat race.

Ayrton Gennetten claimed his second feature in a row at XX for 2016, with a convincing win in the 600cc Micro Sprint class. Warrensburg driver Kameron Key gave a valiant effort but could not mount a serious charge on the leader and finished in second place. Kyle Schlotz made his first trip to XX a success by claiming third, Nick Schaefer advanced from 8th to finish fourth edging out fifth place Nick Rasa by a bumper at the finish. Key and Gennetten claimed the qualifying heat races.

Fans were eagerly awaiting the feature event in the Winged Sprint Cars with Pocohontas,IL driver Zach Daum starting alongside perennial front runner Jonathan Cornell. With opening night victor Tyler Thomas starting in row two, the feature pace would be fast around the quarter mile oval. At the drop of the green flag, Cornell took the point with Daum and Thomas in chase. Through a series of early caution flags the running order remained the same. Cornell maintained his lead opening up 2 to 3 car lengths on second place Daum. On lap 15 the caution came out as Daum slowed in turn two and stopped on the back stretch, only to retire to the pit area with mechanical woes. On the restart Tyler Thomas was on Cornell’s rear bumper but the shoe from Sedalia wad not to be caught as Cornell was not to be denied. Thomas brought his 86 machine home second, California’s Tyler Blank came home a solid third, Corey Nelson was fourth and Broc Elliott rounded out the top five.
Be sure to join us every Sunday night at Double-X Speedway for the 27th season of “Sunday Night Thunder”. Follow the information on the Double-X Speedway Fan Page on Facebook.
Double-X Speedway Results
May 8, 2016
Street Stocks
Feature
1)31c Cole Henson, Russellville; 2. 27d Derek Henson, Russellville; 3. 8jr John Clancy Jr,  California; 4. 05 Dale Berry,Tuscumbia; 5. 29 Harlan Dowell Jr, Tipton; 6. 8up Jeff Offerman, California; 7. 7 Evan Hays, California
Heat
1. C. Henson; 2. Clancy; 3. D. Henson; 4. Berry; 5. Dowell; 6. Offerman; 7. Hays

Hobby Stocks
Feature
1) 2x Rudy Wirts, California; 2) 11 Mike Schrader, Sedalia; 3) 171 Chuck Coffey,  Windsor; 4) 4a Laura Atkinson, Eldon; 5) 10 Curtis Schaeffer, Lincoln; 6) 82 Chris Brockert, Versailles

Heat
1)Wirts; 2)Schrader; 3)Atkinson; 4)Schaeffer; 5)Coffey; 6)Brockert

600cc Micro Sprints
Feature
1) 3 Ayrton Gennetten,  Gravois Mills; 2) 7kjr Kameron Key, Warrensburg; 3)749 Kyle Schlotz, Jefferson City; 4) 9s Nick Schaeffer, Marshall;  5) 26b Nick Rasa, Marshall;  6) 92 Brian Wood, California; 7) 88j Jimmy Dowell, Boonville; 8) 7jr Gregory Bledsoe,Marshall; 9) 38 Jackson Frisbie, Kansas City; 10) 4 Braydon Cromwell,  Lone Jack; 11) 72 Casey Kempker, Jefferson City

Heat 1
1)Key;2)Schlotz;3)Wood; 4)Rasa; 5)Schaefer; 6)Dowell
Heat 2
1)Gennetten; 2)Cromwell; 3)Bledsoe;4)Frisbie;5)Kempker

Winged Sprint Cars
Feature
1) 28 Jonathan Cornell,  Sedalia; 2)86 Tyler Thomas, Collinsville, OK; 3) 75 Tyler Blank,  California; 4) 34 Corey Nelson, Eugene; 5)75e Broc Elliott, California; 6) 48 Miles Paulus, Marshall; 7) 5d Zach Daum,  Pocahontas, IL; 8) 12c Faron Crank, Sedalia; 9) 49 Tyler Elliott, California;  10) 49b Ben Brown,  Marshall; 11. 44 Taylor Walton,  Warrensburg

Heat 1
1)Daum;2)Thomas; 3)Brown; 4) Nelson;5)T. Elliott; 6)Crank
Heat 2
1)Cornell;2)B.Elliott;3)Blank;4)Paulus; 5)Walton

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May 1, 2016 Winners!  Complete Results below the 4 photos.
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May 1, 2015

By: Dean Reichel

The 2016 season of Sunday Night Thunder at Double-X Speedway roared to life Sunday night with some third generation drivers claiming the spotlight on the 1/4 mile oval. Cool temperatures did not keep away the die hard fans and race teams from opening night. First on the card was the Super Stock division with several drivers debuting new cars for the 2016 season. Claiming the first feature of the new season was third generation driver Cole Henson of Russellville, MO. Cole took the lead at the drop of the green and drove a masterful race to take the first checkered flag of the season. Henson survived a couple of yellow flag restarts and the challenge of his older brother Derek Henson in claiming the victory. Following the Henson brothers under the checker were hard charging John Clancy, Jr in third, Joe Miller in fourth and pole sitter Harlan Dowell in fifth. Dowell claimed the heat race to open the night.
The Hobby Stocks were the next on the order of events. California, MO driver Rudy Wirts claimed a popular victory, his first feature win in the division. Early race leader Mike Schrader claimed second, John Willard was third, Laura Atkinson claimed fourth and Chris Brockert rounded out the top five. Wirts also claimed the heat race in the division to sweep the night.
A large field of 600cc Winged Micro Sprints opened the year for the division. Another third generation shoe, Ayrton Gennetten put the rest of the field on notice that he is going to be a strong contender again this season with a convincing victory in the feature event. Gennetten’s fleet #3 machine was followed under the checkered flag by Andy Bishop, Nick Rasa, Tom Curran and Jonathan Hughes in the top five. Kameron Key and Gennetten claimed the heat race victories.
The Winged Sprint Cars completed the card for the evening and it was Collinville, Oklahoma’s Tyler Thomas claiming the feature in a wire to wire, green to checkered manner. It was no cake walk as Thomas and Jonathan Cornell were bumper to bumper as the class of the field Sunday night. Following these two hard chargers to the line were Corey Nelson in third, Taylor Walton in fourth and youngster Ben Brown capping a great opening night in fifth.
Racing continues every Sunday night at Double-X with next week honoring all mother’s for Mother’s Day. Be sure to follow us on Facebook on the Double-X Speedway page or by checking out www.xxspeedway.com
Double-X Speedway Results
May 1, 2016
Super Stocks
Feature
1. 31C-Cole Henson, Russellville; 2. 27D-Derek Henson, Russellville; 3. 8JR- John Clancy, Jr., California; 4. 43-Joe Miller, Centertown; 5. 29D-Harlan Dowell, Jr., Tipton; 6. 8UP- Jeff Offerman, California; 7. H3-Andrew Roark, Henley
Heat Race
1. Dowell; 2. C. Henson; 3. Roark; 4. D. Henson; 5. Miller; 6. Clancy; 7. Offerman
Hobby Stocks
Feature
1. 2X-Rudy Wirts, California; 2. 11-Mike Schrader, Sedalia; 3. 1/2-John Willard, St. Joseph; 4. 4A-Laura Atkinson, Eldon; 5. 82-Chris Brockert, Versailles; 6. 10-Curtis Schaffer, Lincoln; 7. 171-Chuck Coffey, Windsor; 8. 84-Jeremiah Wallingford, Prairie Home
Heat Race
1. Wirts; 2. Schrader; 3. Willard; 4. Brockert; 5. Atkinson; 6. Coffey; 7. Schaffer; 8. Wallingford
600cc Winged Micro Sprints
Feature
1. 3-Ayrton Gennetten, Versailles; 2. 42-Andy Bishop, Harrisburg, IL; 3. 26B-Nick Rasa, Marshall; 4. 11- Tom Curran, Kansas City, MO; 5. 67-Jonathan Hughes, Knoxville,IA; 6. 4-Braydon Cromwell, Lees Summit; 7. 8-Brian Lunsford, Marshall; 8. 22L-Marty Ballenger, Malta Bend; 9. 7R-Andy Rein, Kewaskum, WI; 10. 5-Paul Alberson, Marshall; 11. 7JRK-Kameron Key, Warrensburg; 12. 7JR-Gregory Bledsoe, Sweet Springs; 13. 75-Travis Arnold, Pilot Grove; 14. 71S-Austin Schaeffer, Kansas City, MO
Heat 1
1. Key; 2. Rein; 3. Bishop; 4. Curran; 5. Hughes; 6. Cromwell; 7. Schaeffer
Heat 2
1. Gennetten; 2. Bledsoe; 3. Lunsford; 4. Arnold; 5. Ballenger; 6. Alberson; 7. Rasa
Winged Sprint Cars
Feature
1. 86-Tyler Thomas, Collinsville,OK;2. 28-Jonathan Cornell, Sedalia; 3. 34-Corey Nelson, Eugene; 4. 44-Taylor Walton, Warrensburg; 5. 49B-Ben Brown, Marshall; 6. 75E-Broc Elliott, California; 7. 75-Tyler Blank, California; 8. 48-Miles Paulus, Marshall; 9. 35-Dwayne Benson, Sweet Springs; 10. 8-Jeff Wingate, California; 11. 49-Tyler Elliott, California; 12. 8X-John Manley, California; 13. 31-Quinton Benson, Sweet Springs (DNS); 14. 38-Cody Baker, Lone Jack (DNS)
Heat 1
1. Thomas; 2. Wingate; 3. B. Elliott; 4. Paulus; 5. Blank; 6. Q. Benson (DNF); 7. Baker (DNS)
Heat 2
1. Cornell; 2. Brown; 3.Nelson; 4. Walton; 5. T. Elliott; 6. D. Benson; 7. Manley (DNF)



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Cornell tops 13th Annual Clyde Wood Memorial at Double-X Speedway
By Dean Reichel
 July 26, 2015
The 13th annual “Clyde Wood Memorial” race at Double-X Speedway saw over 30 ASCS Warrior race teams check in for a chance at the $2000 winners share Sunday night. With the likes of Josh Baughman, Jack Dover, Jonathan Cornell and Randy Martin in the field the competition was sure to be fierce. Josh Baughman and Cody Baker were set to bring the field to green for the 25 lap main event. Baughman, of Odessa TX, would take the initial lead and set a quick pace with Jack Dover, Jonathan Cornell, Randy Martin and Baker dicing it out for the remainder of the top five. Baughman was running the hgh line and danced just a little too close to the top in turn four and surrendered the lead to Dover. As Baughman tried to run down the leader he jumped the cushion in turn two and got into the wall on the back straightaway ending his bid for victory. Dover would lead until lap 18 when Cornell used the low line to his advantage and took the top spot. Dover gave chase but ultimately suffered the same fate as Baughman, contacting the wall coming out of turn two and ending his run as well. A lap 20 restart saw Cornell leading over 11th starting Tyler Thomas and Ricky Stangl. When racing went back to green Stangl quickly dispatched Thomas and set his sights on Cornell, pulling alongside the leader, however Cornell was able to maintain his momentum and collected the winners spoils. Stangl finished a strong second, Thomas was third, Randy Martin ran a strong race to claim fourth and Cody Baker charged back to take fifth. Completing the top ten were Cory Nelson, Evan Martin, Jay Russell, Lanny Carpenter and TJ Muths. Russell and Carpenter both advanced from the B feature.
Heat Races were claimed by Baughman, Evan Martin, Baker and Dover. The four drivers advancing from the B feature were Tyler Blank, Josh Fisher, Russell and Carpenter.
In the 600cc Micro Sprint feature event, Ayrton Gennetten, owner of a few second place finishes at Double-X was not to be denied as he led from green to checker to claim the victory in determined fashion. Another hard charging driver Miles Paulus claimed second, Dean Hathman was third, Travis Arnold ran fourth and Dwayne Benson was fifth. Garret Williamson, Ryan Marsch, Scott Hathman, Kaitlin Boland and Marty Miller completed the top ten. Heat races were won by Gennetten and Kale Mueller.
The very competitve street stock division saw Brandon Dunhampick up his second feature event win of the season. Dunham was chasd by Ted Welschmeyer for much of the race until Welschmeyer spun in turn oone and then had an incident on the restart which saw him retire to the pit area. A restart on lap 14 allowed last week’s feature winner Cole Henson to take a shot at passing the leader but Dunham had the preferred line and held on for the victory. Following the lead duo across the line were Dale Berry in third, Steve Beach in fourth and Tim Cressley recovered from an early spin to take fifth. Jeff Offerman was sixth, James Keeran seventh and Zach Smith completed the running cars in eighth. Heat race victories were claimed by Welschmeyer and Dunham.
In the Hobby Stock class, close quarters on the first lap saw pole sitter Kevin Prall and third starting Mike Schrader both receive damage to their cars that would render them unable to continue the event. This allowed multi time wimmer Gage Wineland to assume the point, a spot he would not relinquish. Rudy Wirts who started shotgun on the field would race his way to second, Chuck Coffey would take third by a bumper over Tanya Canada in fourth. Jeff Buford would claim fifth and Katie Goodson completed the running order in sixth. Prall woud claim the lone heat race.
Be sure to join us next Sunday nigt for the 2015 season finale at Double X Speedway. The four primary weekly classes will be in competition with season points champion being crowned at the conclusion of the evening events.
Double-X Speedway Results–
“Clyde Wood Memorial”–
July 26, 2015
ASCS Warrior Region Sprint Cars-
Clyde Wood Memorial Feature Event-
1. 28-Jonathan Cornell, Sedalia; 2. 24s-Ricky Stangl, Lees Summit; 3. 86-Tyler Thomas, Collinsville,OK; 4. 0-Randy Martin, California; 5.  38-Cody Baker, Lone Jack; 6. 34-Cory Nelson, Eugene; 7. 4-Evan Martin, Caifornia; 8. 76-Jay Russell, Elwood,KS; 9. X-Lanny Carpenter, Clarksburg; 10. 65-TJ Muths, Sedalia; 11. 1X-Brad Ryun, Higginsville; 12. 75-Tyler Blank, California; 13. 20K-Kevin Ulmer, Sedalia; 14. 41-Scott Comstock, Prairie Home; 15. 53-Jack Dover, Springfied,NE; 16. 72X-Josh Fisher, Jefferson City; 17. 92J-JR Topper, St. Joseph; 18. 17-Josh Baughman, Odessa,TX; 19. 1A-Adam Jones, Wright City; 20. 9m-Ryan Leavitt, Knoxville,IA.
B Feature-
1. Blank; 2. Fisher; 3. Russell; 4. Carpenter; 5. 18x-Nathan Ryun, Higginsville; 6. 48-Dean Hathman, Rocheport; 7. 49-Ben Brown, Marshall; 8. 27-Danny Thoman, Higginsville; 9. 10-Will Register, Sedalia; 10. XX-AJ Wirts, California; 11. 13-Clyde Knipp, California; 12. 99x-Michael Ell, Raymore; 13. 75e-Broc Elliott. California; 14. 77-Rusty Potter, Boonville (DNS); 15. 89-Todd McVay, Grain Valley (DNS); 16. 33-Austin Alumbaugh, Higginsville, (DNS), 17. 72-Curtis Boyer, New Haven (DNS)
Heat 1-
1. Baughman; 2. Thomas; 3. Cornell; 4. Blank; 5, Jones; 6. Fisher; 7. Ell; 8. Alumbaugh; 9. Boyer (DNS)
Heat 2-
1. E. Martin; 2. Leavitt; 3. Topper; 4. Muths; 5. Russell; 6. Hathman; 7. Potter; 8. McVay
Heat 3-
1. Baker; 2. Ulmer; 3. R. Martin; 4. Nelson; 5. N. Ryun; 6. Brown; 7. Knipp; 8. Wirts
Heat 4-
1. Dover; 2. Stangl; 3. B. Ryun; 4. Comstock; 5. Elliott; 6. Thoman; 7. Register; 8. Carpenter
600cc Micro Sprints-
Clye Wood Memorial Feature Event-
1. 3-Ayrton Gennetten, Versailles; 2. 98p-Miles Paulus, Marshall; 3. 56h-Dean Hathman, Rocheport; 4. 75- Travis Arnold, Pilot Grove; 5. 35b-Dwayne Benson, Sweet Springs; 6. 3j-Garrett Williamson, Columbia; 7. 2r-Ryan Marsch, Jefferson City; 8. 56-Scott Hathman, Columbia; 9. 15k-Kaitlin Boland, Columbia; 10. 78-Maty Miller, Sedalia; 11. 76-Kale Mueller, Savannah; 12. 88j-Jimmy Dowell, Boonville; 13. 72-Casey Kempker, Jefferson City; 14. 22a-Blake David, Fulton; 15. 92-Brian Wood, California
Heat 1-
1. Gennetten; 2. Paulus; 3. D. Hathman; 4. Williamson; 5. S. Hathman; 6. Boland; 7. Miller; 8. David
Heat 2-
1. Mueller; 2. Dowell; 3. Arnold; 4. Benson; 5. Kempker; 6. Wood; 7. Marsch
Street Stocks-
Clyde Wood Memorial Feature Event-
1. 14d-Brandon Dunham, California; 2. 31c-Cole Henson, Russellville; 3. 05-Dale Berry, Tuscumbia; 4. 10-Steve Beach, Eldon; 5. 002-Tim Cressley, Tipton; 6. 8up-Jeff Offerman, California; 7. 52j-James Keeran, California; 8. 12z-Zach Smith, Centertown; 9. 21w-Ted Welschmeyer, Tebbetts; 10. 7-Evan Hays, California; 11. 8-John CLancy Jr., California (DNS)
Heat 1-
1. Welschmeyer; 2. Offerman; 3. Berry; 4. Smith; 5. Hays; 6. Clancy Jr. (DNS)
Heat 2-
1. Dunham; 2. Henson; 3.Beach; 4. Cressley; 5. Keeran
Hobby Stocks-
Clyde Wood Memorial Feature Event-
1. 12g-Gage Wineland, Syracuse; 2. 2x-Rudy Wirts, California; 3. 171-Chuch Coffey, Windsor; 4. 54-Tanya Canada, Fulton; 5. 3-Jeff Buford, Alma; 6. 15-Katie Goodson, Sedalia; 7. 14-Kevin Prall, Sedalia; 8. 11-Mike Schrader, Sedalia; 9. 4a- Laura Atkinson, Eldon
Heat-
1. Prall; 2. Wineland; 3. Schrader; 4. Buford; 5. Coffey; 6. Canada’ 7. Goodson; 8. Wirts; 9. Atkinson
by: Dean Reichel
7-19-15
Henson, Cornell, Wineland and Stotler take wins on Battle of the Badges Night at Double-X Speedway
First time winners and flashing lights were headlining the 2nd annual “Battle of the Badges” night at Double-X Speedway. Law enforcement personnel from across the state converged on Double-X Speedway Sunday night for friendly competition, but it was a first time winner that stole the show. The very competitive street stock division saw third generation driver Cole Henson hold off challenges from wily veterans to register his first ever feature victory. The youngster from Russellville, MO put the field on notice that he was going to be a force to be reckoned with as he first racked up a convincing heat race victory. That put him alongside veteran Steve Beach to start the feature event. Starting in row 2 were last weeks feature winner Brandon Dunham and multi time track champion John Clancy Jr. With this level of talent the feature was shaping up to be a good one. When the green flag dropped Henson outran Beach into turn one but it was for naught as the yellow flag came out before a lap was in the books. On the restart, Henson again took the lead into turn one from his outside front row starting spot. While Henson was concetrating on hitting his marks, Beach, Dunham and Clancy were battling for the 2,3 & 4 positions. Dunham would take the second spot on lap 9 only to surrender it to Beach on the following lap. Henson would continue to lead until a lap 12 yellow collected Dunham and Clancy in turn four. On the restart, young Henson was able to hold off the hard charging Beach to claim his first feature win. Beach would come home second, Dale Berry finished third after the first lap caution which sent him to the tail of the line up. Brandon Dunham recoverd to take fourth and Jeff Offerman drove a steady race to finish fifth. John CLancy Jr. was sixth, James Keeran completed the running cars at the checker to take seventh.
In the winged sprint cars, Jonathan Cornell continued his mastery of the quarter mile by claiming the feature victory. The high groove was definitely to Cornell’s liking as he rode the cushion to the win over a hard charging Cody Baker. Baker battled much of the race with Tyler Blank Evan Martin and Ricky Stangl. At the checker following Cornell and Baker were Blank in third, Martin in fourth and Stangl completing the top five. Martin, Cornell and Baker claimed the heat race victories. These drivers are all tuning up for the Clyde Wood Memorial season ending ASCS race on August 2.
The hobby stock class is becoming more competitive but Rudy Wirts must feel like the bridesmaid instead of the bride. For the second week in a row, Wirts has lead 11 out of the 12 lap distance only to have a mechanical issue allow hard charging Gage Wineland to make a last corner pass to claim the feature event. Following these two young shoes across the finish stripe were Kevin Prall in third, Mike Schrader in fourth and Chuck Coffey rounded out the top five. Wirts claimed the lone heat race victory for the class.
The guest class of the night was the 2nd running of the “Battle of the Badges” at Double-X. Drivers came from across Missouri to participate in this fundraiser for St. Jude’s. The group decided to make things more intersting by inverting their feature event which put the faster cars from the heat races to the rear of the feature lineup. This provided some excitement as the faster cars worked their way through the field. Eventual winner Fred Stotler, representing the St. Charles Couny Sheriffs Department started 14th and made a steady drive to the front taking the lead on lap six and carrying his momentum for the remainder of the 15 lap main event. Last year’s winner Jason Worthley came from 16th to finish second. Third went to Mike Nienhuis, fourth was Mike Dierkes and fifth went to Trampus Jackson. The owners and staff of Double-X would like to thank all of the Battle of the Badges race teams and fans for coming out to support this event.
Only two weeks of racing remain for Double-X in 2015. Be sure to mark August 26 on your calendar as the ASCS Warrior region cars return for the 13th annual “Clyde Wood Memorial” race honoring long time flagman Clyde Wood. The Sprint Car Feature will pay $2000 to the winner.
Double-X Speedway Results–
July 19, 2015–
Street Stocks-
Feature- 1. 31c, Cole Henson, Russellville; 2. 10, Steve Beach, Eldon; 3. 05, Dale Berry, Tuscumbia; 4. 14d, Brandon Dunham, California; 5, 8up, Jeff Offerman, California; 6. 8, Jomh Clancy Jr., California; 7. 52j, James Keeran, California; 8. 99, Kyle Jeffries, Versailles; 9. 7, Evan Hays, California
Heat 1- 1. Beach; 2. Dunham; 3. Berry; 4. Keeran; 5. Jeffries
Heat 2- 1. Henson; 2. Clancy Jr.; 3. Offerman; 4. Hays
Sprint Cars-
Feature- 1. 28, Jonathan Cornell, Sedalia; 2. 38, Cody Baker, Lone Jack; 3. 75, Tyler Blank, California; 4. 4, Evan Martin, California; 5. 24s, Ricky Stangl, Lees Summit; 6. 0, Randy Martin, California; 7. 93, Taylor Walton, Warrensburg; 8. 34, Cory Nelson, Eugene; 9. 65, TJ Muths, Sedalia; 10. 77, Rusty Potter, Boonville; 11. 13, Clyde Knipp, California; 12. 49, Tyler Elliott, California; 13. 10, Will Register, Sedalia; 14. 24c, Lanny Carpenter, Clarksburg; 15. 49b, Ben Brown, Marshall; 16. 12c, Faron Crank, Sedalia; 17. XX, AJ Wirts, California; 18. 41, Scott Comstock, Prairie Home; 19. 48, Dean Hathman, Rocheport (DNS)
Heat 1- 1. E. Martin; 2. Blank; 3. Muths; 4. R. Martin; 5. Elliott; 6. Hathman; 7. Brown
Heat 2- 1. Cornell; 2. Stangl; 3. Register; 4. Comstock; 5. Knipp; 6. Wirts
Heat 3- 1. Baker; 2. Nelson; 3. Walton; 4. Potter; 5. Crank; 6. Carpenter
Hobby STocks-
Feature- 1. 12g, Gage Wineland, Syracuse; 2. 2x, Rudy Wirts, California; 3. 14 Kevin Prall, Sedalia; 4. 11, Mike Schrader, Sedalia; 5. 171, Chuck Coffey, Windsor; 6. 15, Katie Goodson, Sedalia; 7. 54, Tanya Canada, Fulton; 8. 4A, Laura Atkinson, Eldon
Heat- 1. Wirts; 2. Atkinson; 3. Goodson; 4. Prall; 5. Wineland; 6. Schrader; 7. Coffey; 8. Canada
Battle of the Badges-
Feature- 1. 18s, Fred Stotler St. Charles County Sheriffs Dept.; 2. 98, Jason Worthley, MO State Highway Patrol; 3. 95, Mike Nienhuis, Morgan County Sheriffs Dept.; 4. 3, Mike Dierkes, St. Louis County PD; 5. 401- Trampus Jackson, Stover PD; 6. 19, Waylon Coontz, Algoa Correctional Center; 7. 16, Jason Conn, Miller County Sheriffs Dept.; 8. 10-49, Mike Demkowicz, Fulton Reception & Diagnostic Center; 9. 501, Kyle McIntyre, Holts Summit PD; 10. 515, Nick Stobbart, Holts Summit PD; 11. 06, Buddie Pritchett, Morgan County Sheriffs Dept.; 12. 2, Zach Absolon, West County EMS & Fire; 13. 1, Dan Schroeder, St. Louis County PD; 14. 293, Mike Pierson, O’Fallon PD; 15. 53, Travis Yeager, Versailles PD
Heat 1-1. Pritchett; 2. Pierson; 3. McIntyre; 4. Dierkes; 5. Jackson; 6. Yeager; 7. Nienhuis; 8. Conn
Heat 2- 1. Worthley; 2. Stotler; 3. Demkowicz; 4. Schroeder; 5. Coontz; 6. Absolon; 7. Stobbart

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