Harker, Ware, Grabouski, Richards & Danley have Freedom Fest Victories

Harker, Ware, Grabouski, Richards & Danley have Freedom Fest Victories

By Greg Soukup

Just like this great country of ours, Freedom Fest presented by Hotsy, Budweiser and Froggy 98 could be put off but not put down. Last week the event had to be called after the second heat race for the Valentino’s IMCA Hobby Stocks due to heavy rain.

Fast forward to this past Saturday and you could not ask for better weather. Afternoon highs in the upper 80’s gave way to a cool and breezy evening. 158 race teams were on hand to provide the preliminary fireworks. The second largest crowd of the season filled the stands and saw some great racing action.

Sadly, there were 2 significant incidents in the preliminary action. Trevor Grossenbacher and Joey Danley were battling for position in the fourth heat for the Racesaver IMCA Sprint Cars when Grossenbacher got over a wheel of Danley’s car and went for a set of wild snap-rolls. Both cars were badly damaged, but Danley was able to make repairs and get back out for the B Feature. Unfortunately, Grossenbacher was taken to the hospital and diagnosed with compression fractures in his spine. He will be out for a while recuperating.

In the B Feature for the Valentino’s IMCA Hobby Stocks there was a caution thrown. As front stretch official Tim Kozak was putting the cone on the track he was struck by a car. He was life-flighted to Bryan Hospital in Lincoln. He was said to be awake and alert. As of the writing of this article no official word on his condition has been released.

The initial A Main was for the Hoosier Racing Tire IMCA Sportmods. Lap #1 saw Rich Flock’s 88F, the 18 of Dion Kovar, Adam Vrbka in the 7V and Mike Scheinost’s 51 out front. Gary Saathoff’s 96 stopped on lap 2 and the yellow flag was brought out. Scott Bivens used the restart to put the S56 into fourth and move up to third the next lap. Trevor Noonan cracked the top 4 on lap 6 in his #66. Shawn Harker passed Noonan on lap 9 to put the 40 into fourth as Kovar snagged the lead. Harker jumped up to second the next lap as Bivens held onto third and Flock fell to fourth. Lee Horky advanced his #7 into fourth the next time around. 1 more lap was in the books when Harker took over the top spot. Flock looped his racer on the front stretch with 3 to go. Noonan passed Horky on the restart but lost the spot back to Horky the next lap. The final top four were Harker, Kovar, Bivens and Horky.

This was Harker’s 5th victory of the season at Eagle Raceway. “I got to start 11th tonight; inside the 6th row instead of outside because we dropped in the points 1 spot. We kept looking around for a full moon tonight because it was just one of those nights. It was crazy! The track had a lot of character in it tonight. All I can say is it was crazy. We haven’t even gotten the sponsors on the new car after we had that pretty good wreck a couple of weeks ago. We’re still recovering from that yet. The car took a pretty good lick but Johnny Saathoff and Jet Racing are a top-notch organization down there. They build some of the best cars that you could ever drive, and some of the safest. I’m very thankful for my relationship with them” he said. Harker’s sponsors include Speedway Motors, Johnny Saathoff with Jet Racing, Cole with Lakeside Landscaping, VP Heartland Fuels, Tex Cattle, Kyle Vanouver, D-Sign Shop and Patriot Crane and Rigging.

The next A Feature was for the Valentino’s IMCA Hobby Stocks. The lead on lap 1 went to Chantel Bade’s 02 followed by Nick Beckman in the 22, the 13T of Tyler Jackson and Brooke Fluckiger in the 2B. The yellow lights in the corners were lit on lap 2 when Anthony Petersen’s 38P and the 17T of Try Dowty both stopped. Roy Armstrong put the 6R into fourth on the restart. The yellow flag flew again the next time around as Brett Saathoff’s 11B lost the left rear and Bade spun out. At that point the top 4 were Beckman, Jackson, Armstrong and the 83 of Jeff Ware. Armstrong moved up to second on lap 5 and Ware advanced to third. Ware jumped past Armstrong and Beckman to grab the top spot on lap 9. The next circuit saw Armstrong also pass Beckman and Albert Kiihne’s 85 take the fourth spot. Kiihne moved up to third with 3 to go. The next lap saw the 2R of Ryan Roschewki spin out in turns 3 and 4. The top 4 remained unchanged to the finish, despite furious runs at the lead by Armstrong who could get alongside Ware, but never snag the lead. It was Ware, Armstrong, Kiihne and Beckman the top 4.

“That was hard racing! You’ve got to appreciate a guy who can race hard and clean like that. I think we only touched one time in the last 7 laps. The track was an arm-worker tonight. Man! I was all over the steering wheel, that’s for sure. It was different around the track. It was slick in and rough off, or rough in and slick off. There were 2 different lines to run in and I saw Roy go to the high side and run some pretty good laps. So, when I got the lead I knew I had to go up and take away his line” stated Ware. Ware’s sponsors include Amy and Gary Wergin

Motorsports, Dewine Mechanical, Kula Repair T & R Auto Repair and Demon Decals.

The Runner Freight IMCA Modified A Main saw Nate Thompson’s 3T, the 25! of Trevor Baker, Rik Gropp in the V45 and the 86 of Justin Wulf out front on the first lap. Peter Shoup spun the 79 in turn 3 on lap 3 and then looped it again on the restart. A car hit the cone on the next restart and then on the next try there was a big pileup in turn 4. Baker took the lead when action resumed finally with Gropp second, Chad Andersen’s 8C third and Thompson fourth. Wulf got fourth back the next lap. 1 more circuit was in the books when Andersen passed Gropp. Jordan Grabouski put the 30 into fourth on lap 7 and moved to third the next lap with Shane Hiatt putting the 21H into fourth. Grabouski advanced to second with 11 laps remaining, taking the lead after 2 more laps. Hiatt moved up to third the next time around. Norm Ziegenbein spun the1Z with 7 to go. Rodney Stopak’s 1Rs, the 3A of Aaron Pella and Mike Lineberry in the 72 all spun in turns 1 and 2 on the restart. Wulf regained fourth momentarily with 6 to go, but the pass was negated when Baker spun out in turns 1 & 2. The final top four remained unchanged to the finish with Grabouski first, Andersen second, Hiatt third and Gropp fourth.

Grabouski was racing with a heavy heart after having lost his newborn son earlier in the week. “When we started the race people were crashing out, so we had to keep our nose clean. We had the fastest car, but we needed to wait and strike when the time was right. We made the right decisions in traffic, kept our nose clean and managed to bring home the W. We had a really good car tonight. Hats off to everybody who helps me out on the car. It’s been a tough week for us, and we really could use this win. I want to thank my family, my wife and everyone else who supports me. Through tough times you realize how much support and love you have” related Grabouski.

Noah Boller’s 26B, the 52D of Devin Bruce, Braydon Thornton’s 21T and the 55 of Adam Reifler were the top 4 after the initial lap of the ATV Motorsports IMCA Sport Compact A. Daniel Morris’ 22B stopped on lap 2 for a caution. Reifler moved up to third on the restart and took over second after 1 more circuit as Shawn Hein put the 5H into third and Dillon Richards moved the 18X into fourth. Those moves were called back when Thornton’s car rolled in turn 2 brought out the red flag. Bruce went to the pits during this time, making the top 4 Boller, Hein, Richards and the

13J of Josh Young. Hein took over the lead with 9 laps remaining. Richards followed him into second 2 laps later. Richards passed Hein with 5 circuits left, lost the position back to Hein with 2 to go but got back past him for the victory. The top 4 were Richards, Hein, Boller and Young.

This was Richards’ first appearance at Eagle Raceway this year in a sport compact as he had been competing in the hobby stock class. He said “The track was a little rough, but it was good and racy. So, I won’t complain when it’s like this. It was close between Shawn and me. I was really nervous, because I didn’t know if I could get him or not but transponders don’t lie! I want to thank my step-dad Wade. He builds the cars and sets them up for me and Zach and Drake also help me out. Also Trenten Fugett and everybody else who does their part”. Richards’ sponsors include Sutton Repair and Global Repair.

Last was the A Feature for the Racesaver IMCA Sprint Cars. Keith Dragoo put the 77D out front of the first circuit with the 20 of Tim Hilfiker, Boyd Peterson’s 57B and the 1 of Doug Lovegrove rounding out the top 4. Paul Hendrickson’s 19JR stopped in turn 1 on lap 2 with Jason Danley’s 4X making contact and flipping. Danley was not seriously injured, but his car was damaged too badly to continue. Lovegrove took advantage of the restart to move up to third. Ryan Kitchen put the 21 into fourth the next time around. Gene Ackland passed Kitchen the next lap, putting the 14G into fourth but lost the spot to Peterson. Tyler Drueke joined the battle for fourth, taking the #12 into that position after another lap. Drueke advanced to second on lap 7 to go as Lovegrove moved to third. Lap 11 saw Joey Danley take fourth in the 14. Danley rocketed into first the next time around with Drueke holding second and Lovegrove falling to fourth. 5 laps remained as Lovegrove advanced to third and Kitchen again took over the fourth spot. Danley lengthened his lead to the checkers to take the win with Drueke second, Lovegrove third and Kitchen fourth.

This was Danley’s second win in a row and third on the year, coming from 18th on the starting grid after transferring from the B. “We definitely earned it tonight! We had a rough heat race and got caught up in a wreck. We had a lot of work to do to be able to make it out for the B Feature and somehow made it all of the way to the front of the A. I’m just as shocked as everybody else is; I did NOT expect that!! We definitely had a rocket for a car though. The moisture stayed in the

track all night, which is always good because we save on tires that way. It’s hard to ask for anything better when you have 150 plus cars here every week” stated Danley. Danley’s sponsors include Heiserman Flooring, Nissen Hardwood Floors, Automotive Services, Russell Shoulders Racing Engines, CleanRite Sweeping, Empire Fencing and Complete Window and Door Solutions.

Next Saturday sees Great Clips, The Nebraska Lottery and The Blaze 104.1 present Full House Frenzy-Fan Appreciation Night at Eagle Raceway. Twinky the Clown will be there from 5:30 to 7:30 for the kids.

Front gates open at 5:15 with hot laps at 5:30 and racing at 6:30. Adult and youths 6-12 are just $5 and children 5 and under are free.

The Racesaver Sprint Cars, Runner Freight Modifieds, Hoosier Racing Tire Sport Modifieds, Valentino’s Hobby Stocks and ATV Motorsports Sport Compacts will all be in competition.

Pit gates open at 4 P.M. with pit passes costing $25.


IMCA Hobby Stock A-Feature 1. Jeff Ware Columbus, Ne. 2. Roy Armstrong Beatrice, Ne. 3. Albert Kiihne Lincoln, Ne. 4. Nick Beckman Lincoln, Ne. 5. Tyler Jackson Lincoln, Ne. 6. Brooke Fluckiger(r) Columbus, Ne. 7. Jeff Watts Beatrice, Ne. 8. David Carter Fremont, Ne. 9. Justin Busboom Lincoln, Ne. 10. Travis Albracht Lincoln, Ne. 11. Charlie Bartels Lincoln, Ne. 12. Ryan Gilland Sterling, Ne. 13. Luke Nicholson Omaha, Ne. 14. Khrysta Stransky Lincoln, Ne. 15. Ryan Roschewski Beatrice, Ne. 16. Chantel Bade Lincoln, Ne. 17. Casey Moyer Auburn, Ne. 18. Brett Saathoff Lincoln, Ne. 19. Anthony Petersen Brock, Ne. 20. Troy Dowty Fremont, Ne.

IMCA Hobby Stock B-Feature 1. Ryan Roschewski Beatrice, Ne. 2. Justin Busboom Lincoln, Ne. 3. Ryan Gilland Sterling, Ne. 4. Luke Nicholson Omaha, Ne. 5. Tyler Saathoff Holland, Ne. 6. Colby Kaspar Columbus, Ne. 7. Tyler Albracht Eagle, Ne. 8. Tanner Dowty Fremont, Ne. 9. Brian Langdale Beatrice, Ne. 10. Rowan Mason(r) Lincoln, Ne. 11. Tim Lapointe Lincoln, Ne. 12. Brenden Helms(r) Auburn, Ne. 13. Matt Beckner Lincoln, Ne. 14. Don Hall Jr Lincoln, Ne. 15. Ben Becher Lincoln, Ne. DNS. Roger Timperley Tekamah, Ne. DNS. Brint Lemke Lincoln, Ne. DNS. Johnny Austin Lincoln, Ne.

IMCA Hobby Stock Heat 1 1. Brett Saathoff Lincoln, Ne. 2. Roy Armstrong Beatrice, Ne. 3. Anthony Petersen Brock, Ne. 4. Khrysta Stransky Lincoln, Ne. 5. Justin Busboom Lincoln, Ne. 6. Matt Beckner Lincoln, Ne. 7. Brenden Helms(r) Auburn, Ne. 8. Colby Kaspar Columbus, Ne. 9. Johnny Austin Lincoln, Ne.

IMCA Hobby Stock Heat 2 1. Casey Moyer Auburn, Ne. 2. Travis Albracht Lincoln, Ne. 3. Jeff Ware Columbus, Ne. 4. Troy Dowty Fremont, Ne. 5. Ryan Gilland Sterling, Ne. 6. Tim Lapointe Lincoln, Ne. 7. Brian Langdale Beatrice, Ne. 8. Roger Timperley Tekamah, Ne. DNS. Don Hall Jr Lincoln, Ne.

IMCA Hobby Stock Heat 3 1. Albert Kiihne Lincoln, Ne. 2. Chantel Bade Lincoln, Ne. 3. Tyler Jackson Lincoln, Ne. 4. David Carter Fremont, Ne. 5. Luke Nicholson Omaha, Ne. 6. Rowan Mason(r) Lincoln, Ne. 7. Ben Becher Lincoln, Ne. 8. Brint Lemke Lincoln, Ne.

IMCA Hobby Stock Heat 4 1. Brooke Fluckiger(r) Columbus, Ne. 2. Nick Beckman Lincoln, Ne. 3. Charlie Bartels Lincoln, Ne. 4. Jeff Watts Beatrice, Ne. 5. Ryan Roschewski Beatrice, Ne. 6. Tanner Dowty Fremont, Ne. 7. Tyler Albracht Eagle, Ne. 8. Tyler Saathoff Holland, Ne.

IMCA Modified A-Feature 1. Jordan Grabouski Beatrice, Ne. 2. Chad Andersen Ft Calhoun, Ne. 3. Shane Hiatt Rising City, Ne. 4. Rik Gropp Lincoln, Ne. 5. Justin Wulf Arlington, Ne. 6. Johnny Saathoff Beatrice, Ne. 7. Bob Zoubek Dorchester, Ne. 8. Josh Blumer Marysville, Ne. 9. Nate Thompson Fremont, Ne. 10. Trevor Baker Omaha, Ne. 11. Jaxon Saathoff Beatrice, Ne. 12. James Kleinheskel Columbus, Ne. 13. Norm Ziegenbein Lincoln, Ne. 14. Ken Eckhoff Hooper, Ne. 15. Mike Lineberry Fremont, Ne. 16. Aaron Pella Lincoln, Ne. 17. Rodney Stopak Omaha, Ne. 18. Jared Deterding Lincoln, Ne. 19. Jan Korth Lincoln, Ne. 20. Dan Nelson Holmesville, Ne. 21. Bob Ruisinger Bennet, Ne. 22. Peter Shoup Lincoln, Ne.

IMCA Modified Heat 1 1. Chad Andersen Ft Calhoun, Ne. 2. Jordan Grabouski Beatrice, Ne. 3. Johnny Saathoff Beatrice, Ne. 4. Trevor Baker Omaha, Ne. 5. Mike Lineberry Fremont, Ne. 6. Rodney Stopak Omaha, Ne. 7. Peter Shoup Lincoln, Ne. 8. Bob Ruisinger Bennet, Ne.

IMCA Modified Heat 2 1. Josh Blumer Marysville, Ne. 2. Rik Gropp Lincoln, Ne. 3. Dan Nelson Holmesville, Ne. 4. Nate Thompson Fremont, Ne. 5. Norm Ziegenbein Lincoln, Ne. 6. Aaron Pella Lincoln, Ne. 7. Ken Eckhoff Hooper, Ne.

IMCA Modified Heat 3 1. Bob Zoubek Dorchester, Ne. 2. Justin Wulf Arlington, Ne. 3. Shane Hiatt Rising City, Ne. 4. Jan Korth Lincoln, Ne. 5. Jared Deterding Lincoln, Ne. 6. Jaxon Saathoff Beatrice, Ne. 7. James Kleinheskel Columbus, Ne.

IMCA Sport Compact A-Feature 1. Dillon Richards(r) Beatrice, Ne. 2. Shawn Hein Beatrice, Ne. 3. Noah Boller Beatrice, Ne. 4. Josh Young Beatrice, Ne. 5. Tim Horsham Raymond, Ne. 6. Rj Maas Wilber, Ne. 7. Tommy Etherton Lincoln, Ne. 8. Tyler Masek Raymond, Ne. 9. Fred Johnson Lincoln, Ne. 10. Jared Lewis Murray, Ne. 11. Kasha Hall Lincoln, Ne. 12. Trenten Fugett Homesville, Ne. 13. Louis Pavey Douglas, Ne. 14. Adam Reifler Lincoln, Ne. 15. Devin Bruce Bennet, Ne. 16. Braydon Thornton(r) Nebraska City, Ne. 17. Josh Johnson Lincoln, Ne. 18. Daniel Morris Bellevue, Ne. 19. Justin Callender Lincoln, Ne. 20. Allie Hover Bellevue, Ne.

IMCA Sport Compact B-Feature 1. Fred Johnson Lincoln, Ne. 2. Tyler Masek Raymond, Ne. 3. Rj Maas Wilber, Ne. 4. Trenten Fugett Homesville, Ne. 5. Louis Pavey Douglas, Ne. 6. Jared Jackson Crete, Ne. 7. Kyle Grobeck(r) Omaha, Ne. 8. Kelly Petersen(r) Lincoln, Ne. 9. Drew Grobeck Omaha, Ne. 10. Ray Harrington Lincoln, Ne. 11. Mark Lamer Carter Lake, Ia. 12. Brad Gallagher Plattsmouth, Ne. 13. Steffen Oaks Lincoln, Ne. DNS. Robert Greser Fremont, Ne.

IMCA Sport Compact Heat 1 1. Justin Callender Lincoln, Ne. 2. Noah Boller Beatrice, Ne. 3. Dillon Richards(r) Beatrice, Ne. 4. Adam Reifler Lincoln, Ne. 5. Tim Horsham Raymond, Ne. 6. Tyler Masek Raymond, Ne. 7. Jared Jackson Crete, Ne. 8. Brad Gallagher Plattsmouth, Ne. 9. Ray Harrington Lincoln, Ne. 10. Rj Maas Wilber, Ne.

IMCA Sport Compact Heat 2 1. Josh Young Beatrice, Ne. 2. Devin Bruce Bennet, Ne. 3. Daniel Morris Bellevue, Ne. 4. Allie Hover Bellevue, Ne. 5. Tommy Etherton Lincoln, Ne. 6. Fred Johnson Lincoln, Ne. 7. Kelly Petersen(r) Lincoln, Ne. 8. Mark Lamer Carter Lake, Ia. 9. Trenten Fugett Homesville, Ne. 10. Robert Greser Fremont, Ne.

IMCA Sport Compact Heat 3 1. Shawn Hein Beatrice, Ne. 2. Josh Johnson Lincoln, Ne. 3. Braydon Thornton(r) Nebraska City, Ne. 4. Jared Lewis Murray, Ne. 5. Kasha Hall Lincoln, Ne. 6. Drew Grobeck Omaha, Ne. 7. Kyle Grobeck(r) Omaha, Ne. 8. Steffen Oaks Lincoln, Ne. DNS. Louis Pavey Douglas, Ne.

IMCA SportMod A-Feature 1. Shawn Harker Nebraska City, Ne. 2. Dion Kovar Rising City, Ne. 3. Scott Bivens Waverly, Ne. 4. Lee Horky Fairbury, Ne. 5. Cole Wayman Lincoln, Ne. 6. Trevor Noonan Dorchester, Ne. 7. Arie Schouten Blair, Ne. 8. Matthew Andrews Malcolm, Ne. 9. David Johnson Columbus, Ne. 10. Anthony Kobus David City, Ne. 11. Joe Feyen Plattsmouth, Ne. 12. Lane Cornwell Newman Brave, Ne. 13. Adam Vrbka Eagle, Ne. 14. Rich Flock Malcolm, Ne. 15. Rick Rohr Beatrice, Ne. 16. Mike Scheinost Ceresco, Ne. 17. Gunnar Pike South Bend, Ne. 18. Jason Harms David City, Ne. 19. Hunter Weber Council Bluffs, Ne. 20. Gary Saathoff Beatrice, Ne.

IMCA SportMod B-Feature 1. David Johnson Columbus, Ne. 2. Rick Rohr Beatrice, Ne. 3. Gunnar Pike South Bend, Ne. 4. Gary Saathoff Beatrice, Ne. 5. Logan Thomsen Lincoln, Ne. 6. Mary Lenz Lincoln, Ne. 7. Braydon Latture Omaha, Ne. 8. Amber Cook Lincoln, Ne. 9. Jeremy Baker Nebraska City, Ne. 10. Brock Curtis Papillion, Ne. 11. Bobby Draper Valparaiso, Ne. 12. Jason Heaps Lincoln, Ne. 13. Ty Weidner Chandler, Az. 14. Jeremy Down Nebraska City, Ne. 15. Dana Deeke Waverly, Ne. 16. Joe Schidler Omaha, Ne.

IMCA SportMod C-Feature 1. Joe Schidler Omaha, Ne. 2. Mary Lenz Lincoln, Ne. 3. Dana Deeke Waverly, Ne. 4. Jason Heaps Lincoln, Ne. 5. Kyle Trout Bellevue, Ne. 6. Shawn Davis(r) Burr, Ne. 7. Terry Callender Lincoln, Ne. 8. Cole Nadrchal(r) Springfield, Ne. 9. Ahnna Schouten Blair, Ne. 10. Steven Muhlecke Omaha, Ne. DNS. Bradley Schreiner(r) Weeping Water, Ne. DNS. Beau Riffel(r) Fremont, Ne.

IMCA SportMod Heat 1 1. Rich Flock Malcolm, Ne. 2. Dion Kovar Rising City, Ne. 3. Trevor Noonan Dorchester, Ne. 4. Arie Schouten Blair, Ne. 5. Jeremy Baker Nebraska City, Ne. 6. Gary Saathoff Beatrice, Ne. 7. Brock Curtis Papillion, Ne. 8. Ahnna Schouten Blair, Ne. 9. Shawn Davis(r) Burr, Ne. 10. Terry Callender Lincoln, Ne.

IMCA SportMod Heat 2 1. Mike Scheinost Ceresco, Ne. 2. Scott Bivens Waverly, Ne. 3. Matthew Andrews Malcolm, Ne. 4. Hunter Weber Council Bluffs, Ne. 5. Gunnar Pike South Bend, Ne. 6. Bobby Draper Valparaiso, Ne. 7. Ty Weidner Chandler, Az. 8. Joe Schidler Omaha, Ne. 9. Kyle Trout Bellevue, Ne. 10. Bradley Schreiner(r) Weeping Water, Ne.

IMCA SportMod Heat 3 1. Cole Wayman Lincoln, Ne. 2. Shawn Harker Nebraska City, Ne. 3. Joe Feyen Plattsmouth, Ne. 4. Jason Harms David City, Ne. 5. Rick Rohr Beatrice, Ne. 6. Logan Thomsen Lincoln, Ne. 7. Amber Cook Lincoln, Ne. 8. Dana Deeke Waverly, Ne. 9. Cole Nadrchal(r) Springfield, Ne. 10. Beau Riffel(r) Fremont, Ne.

IMCA SportMod Heat 4 1. Lee Horky Fairbury, Ne. 2. Adam Vrbka Eagle, Ne. 3. Lane Cornwell Newman Brave, Ne. 4. Anthony Kobus David City, Ne. 5. David Johnson Columbus, Ne. 6. Braydon Latture Omaha, Ne. 7. Jeremy Down Nebraska City, Ne. 8. Mary Lenz Lincoln, Ne. 9. Steven Muhlecke Omaha, Ne. DNS. Jason Heaps Lincoln, Ne.

IMCA Sprint A-Feature 1. Joey Danley Lincoln, Ne. 2. Tyler Drueke Eagle, Ne. 3. Doug Lovegrove Waverly, Ne. 4. Ryan Kitchen(r) Lincoln, Ne. 5. Gene Ackland Martell, Ne. 6. Mike Boston Lincoln, Ne. 7. Toby Chapman Panama, Ne. 8. Shon Pointer Grand Island, Ne. 9. Adam Gullion Lincoln, Ne. 10. Neil Nickolite Bellwood, Ne. 11. Clint Benson Papillion, Ne. 12. Tim Hilfiker Greenwood, Ne. 13. Stuart Snyder Lincoln, Ne. 14. Danny Nekolite O’neill, Ne. 15. Nathan Weiler Lavista, Ne. 16. Boyd Peterson Ithaca, Ne. 17. Mark Pace Lincoln, Ne. 18. Keith Dragoo Greenwood, Ne. 19. Paul Hendrickson Lincoln, Ne. 20. Jason Danley Lincoln, Ne.

IMCA Sprint B-Feature 1. Mike Boston Lincoln, Ne. 2. Joey Danley Lincoln, Ne. 3. Nathan Weiler Lavista, Ne. 4. Adam Gullion Lincoln, Ne. 5. Chase Weiler Lincoln, Ne. 6. Trey Gropp(r) Lincoln, Ne. 7. Dan Satriano Papillion, Ne. 8. Dwight Carter Lincoln, Ne. 9. Brandon Horton Omaha, Ne. 10. Ryan King Bennet, Ne. 11. Frank Rodgers Lucas, Ia. 12. Jason Miller Omaha, Ne. 13. Andrew Jackson Fremont, Ne. 14. Dustin Reeh(r) Council Bluffs, Ia. DNS. Trevor Grossenbacher Hickman, Ne. DNS. Jimmy Grasso Omaha, Ne. DNS. Bill Garrow Lincoln, Ne.

IMCA Sprint Heat 1 1. Keith Dragoo Greenwood, Ne. 2. Tim Hilfiker Greenwood, Ne. 3. Gene Ackland Martell, Ne. 4. Jason Danley Lincoln, Ne. 5. Mike Boston Lincoln, Ne. 6. Ryan King Bennet, Ne. 7. Adam Gullion Lincoln, Ne. 8. Dan Satriano Papillion, Ne. 9. Frank Rodgers Lucas, Ia.

IMCA Sprint Heat 2 1. Tyler Drueke Eagle, Ne. 2. Boyd Peterson Ithaca, Ne. 3. Doug Lovegrove Waverly, Ne. 4. Shon Pointer Grand Island, Ne. 5. Chase Weiler Lincoln, Ne. 6. Trey Gropp(r) Lincoln, Ne. 7. Jason Miller Omaha, Ne. 8. Jimmy Grasso Omaha, Ne.

IMCA Sprint Heat 3 1. Ryan Kitchen(r) Lincoln, Ne. 2. Paul Hendrickson Lincoln, Ne. 3. Stuart Snyder Lincoln, Ne. 4. Clint Benson Papillion, Ne. 5. Nathan Weiler Lavista, Ne. 6. Brandon Horton Omaha, Ne. 7. Dwight Carter Lincoln, Ne. 8. Dustin Reeh(r) Council Bluffs, Ia.

IMCA Sprint Heat 4 1. Danny Nekolite O’neill, Ne. 2. Toby Chapman Panama, Ne. 3. Mark Pace Lincoln, Ne. 4. Neil Nickolite Bellwood, Ne. 5. Andrew Jackson Fremont, Ne. 6. Joey Danley Lincoln, Ne. 7. Trevor Grossenbacher Hickman, Ne. DNS. Bill Garrow Lincoln, Ne

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