Last Call Season Finale wins go to Ware, Pike, Horsham, Bubak & Densberger

Last Call Season Finale wins go to Ware, Pike, Horsham, Bubak & Densberger

by Greg Soukup

Well, Mother Nature tried to ruin “Last Call, Season Finale” presented by the Nebraska Lottery and Coors Light, but all she did with her liquid sunshine was to delay the start by a half hour. The crowd was very large, in anticipation of the drivers settling once and for all who would take home the crown in each of the five divisions, and in all but one class those decisions went down to the final few laps!

The Sam’s Club IMCA Sport Modified A Feature’s first lap saw a 9-car pileup in turns 3 & 4, wiping out a large group of the cars who started up front and slowing the action before it got started. When a lap was finally in the books, Bobby Draper’s 62, the 40 of Shawn Harker, Adam Vrbka in the 7V and the 88F of Rich Flock led the field. Harker snagged the lead on lap 2 as Braydon Latture put the 14 into fourth. Vrbka snagged second on lap 5. Ryan Arbogast looped the #2 in turns 3 and 4 2 laps later for another caution. Lance Borgman cracked the top 4 in his 76 on the restart. The next lap saw Gunnar Pike, who was 7 points behind Harker in the standings jump up to third in the 25 as Draper took over fourth. Borgman passed Draper again the next time around for fourth. Vrbka got past Harker after another circuit as Borgman moved past Pike for third. Harker again moved to the lead the next time around. There were 7 laps left when Borgman advanced to second. Pike took over the third position with 4 to go. As the white flag flew both Harker and Borgman had engine problems and began smoking heavily as the yellow lights lit in the corners again when Borgman stopped on the track. At that time, it was Harker, Pike, Vrbka and the 22 of Matt Andrews. That set up a green, white, checkered finish. All that Harker needed to do was to stay within 4 spots of Pike to grab the championship. Sadly, for Harker his ailing engine would not allow that to happen. On the first lap of the restart he fell to fourth as Vrbka and Andrews passed him. On the final lap Pike won, Andrews took second, Vrbka was third and Draper was fourth as Harker fell to eight. That gave the season championship to Pike.

I asked Pike if that was the drive of his life, coming back from a damaged tie rod in his heat, winning both the C and B Features and then taking the A Main and the championship. He said “You never really expect anybody to break like that, but I’m just glad that I was able to capitalize on it. After our heat race I was REALLY worried about getting through the C and B because at that time the track was narrow from all of the rain that we had earlier. But Roger did a really good job with the track. I’m super glad that I was able to pick up the championship. Hitting that car in the heat and bending a tie rod really put us behind the 8 ball. I’m just glad that we never gave up and kept on digging”. Pike’s sponsors include Larson Motors, Interim Health Care, Sardeson Racing, Taylored Computers, Afco, Driveway Saloon, Grass Assassins and Custom Gun Solutions and Tri-County Rolloffs.

Tyler Saathoff in the 16T, the 29RD of Rowan Mason, Tyler Jackson’s 13T and the B4 of Ben Becher were the first four back to the flag stand on the first lap of the Valentino’s IMCA Hobby Stock A Main. Jackson grabbed third on lap 2. Jeff Ware put the 83 into third the next lap as Becher held fourth. Brooke Fluckiger’s 2B stopped on the back stretch with 11 circuits remaining. Ware used the restart to move up to second. It took just 2 more laps for Ware to grab the lead. Becher took over the third position with 7 laps left but lost the spot back to Jackson w circuits later. The final top 4 were Ware, Saathoff, Jackson and Becher.

Ware had already wrapped up the points for the hobby stocks and presently is leading the IMCA National points race. After I said that he had made a good drive  he related “That’s what I was thinking. That was just one of those nights where you get through the field easily. You pick a line and look way WAY down the track to where you want to go. It all just fell into place. The track was still a little narrow even in the feature. These hobby stocks, with their small tires tend to tear up the track. I tried to go to the bottom, but it was still muddy. I’m glad it finally widened out. That was a really good track, given what Roger had to deal with. How good the track turned out? There’s maybe 1 other track that could handle that much rain and still be able to get a show in, that’s for sure!!”. Ware has 9 more nights on his schedule to try and wrap up the IMCA points race. Ware’s sponsors include Roth Racing, Shane’s Repair, Demon Decals, Charger Chassis, T & R Repair, Integra Shocks and Avenue Bar.

The Hoosier Tire IMCA Modified A Feature’s first circuit saw Aaron Pella out front in the 3A, the 1Z of Norm Ziegenbein second, Clint Homan’s 27 third and the 3T of Nate Thompson fourth. Justin Wulf’s 86 and the 25! of Trevor Baker spun on the front stretch on lap 2. Shane Hiatt took advantage of the restart to grab fourth in his 21H as Anthony Roth put the 60IV into fourth. Homan moved up to second on lap 4 and Hiatt followed him into third two laps later. Hiatt passed Homan the next time around and took over the lead with 12 to go as Homan moved up to second. Nathan Landauer’2 11N and the 99 of Jesse Sobbing spun in turn 2 after 2 more laps. Homan grabbed the lead on the restart. Homan got completely sideways in turns 3 and 4 and nearly rolled over after another car hit him broadside. Homan wasn’t seriously injured, but his car went back to the pits on the hook. Roth was sent to the rear of the field for having stopped on the track. That made the top 4 Hiatt, Pella, Mike Densberger’s 81 and the 96J of Johnny Saathoff. Densberger moved past Pella with 9 to go and took the lead after 2 more circuits. Saathoff advanced to third with 5 to go as Chad Andersen put the 8C into fourth. Andersen looped his racer going into turn 1 with 3 to go, putting Pella fourth. The final top 4 were Densberger, Hiatt, Saathoff and Pella. Roth narrowly edged out Densberger for the points win by a narrow margin after finishing 6th.

This was Densberger’s second 2019 victory at Eagle Raceway, coming from 11th on the starting grid. “We’ll take the win on the final night. We’re happy with it. I told my crew that I was running good up top, so we left it free and rode that cushion well. The car felt really good up high; it had some spoiler damage so that helped me out. I knew that if I kept running high that I could hold them off once I got to the lead. I didn’t get much pressure, so I just kept hitting my marks” he related. Densberger’s sponsors include Johnny Saathoff’s Jet Racing, Gana Trucking and Excavating, Skytop Towers, Dynamic Drivelines, Niemann Refuse and Miller Farms.

The initial circuit of the ATV Motorsports IMCA Sport Compact A Feature saw the 16W of Bryce Walker, the 55 of Adam Reifler, Tim Horsham’s 3 and the 17 of Steffen Oaks the top 4. Reifler and Horsham both passed Reifler on lap 2. Oaks moved up to third the next lap as Horsham took over the lead. Oaks advanced to second after another circuit. Josh Young put the 13J into fourth 3 laps later. Reifler advanced to third after 4 more laps as Devin Bruce put the 52D into fourth. Bruce advanced to third with 2 to go, making the top 4 Horsham, Oaks, Bruce and Reifler. Cole Krichau is this year’s Champion.

This was victory #2 for Horsham in 2019. He said “I sure didn’t think I’d be talking to you tonight! I was concerned that I’d never win 1 again in my life, and I won 1 two weeks ago. I just wonder what I’m doing right. That view out front is pretty nice. Once I got past the 55, I took a deep breath, exhaled and said to myself ‘Now just hit your marks’. I got lucky to hit them just enough and Steffen kept me kept behind me. He said that was the most fun he’s had racing all year. I just tried to hit my marks, go in a little higher and hopefully he’d go in a little lower and not get as much bite. I need to thank Jerry Green at Jerry’s Auto Service and 24-Hour Repair for their technical support. And a special thanks to my friend Steve Rol, for building my engine”. Horsham’s sponsors include U Pull It and Dvine Dsign.

The Duros Dent Works IMCA Racesaver Sprints then came on the track for their finale. Joe Miller’s 45, the 97 of Nate Johnson, Mark Vanderheiden’s 15V and the 22D of Danny Nekolite were the top 4 after 1 lap.  Neckolite moved to third on lap 2 and Ryan King also passed Vanderheiden the next time around to put the 93 into fourth as Neckolite moved to second. Neckolite grabbed the lead on lap 6 as King advanced to third. Johnson moved back to third on lap 10. The next time around saw Jake Bubak’s 74B advance to fourth, take the third spot after 2 more laps and move up to second after another 2 laps. Neckolite spun to the infield with 8 to go, putting the 12 of Tyler Drueke fourth and putting Bubak out front. Drueke moved up to second the next lap and Joey Danley grabbed fourth in the 14. Danley advanced to third after 2 more laps and grabbed second in the closing laps. The final top 4 were Bubak, Danley, Drueke and Johnson. All that Trevor Grossenbacher needed to accomplish was to make the A Feature in order to win the points, and he did that by winning the B Feature.

Bubak, from Arvada Colorado was in town to get some laps in on the high banks of Eagle Raceway in advance of the 2019 IMCA Sprint Car Racesaver Nationals which kicks off next Thursday. He stated “We had to come from a long way back after coming from the B Feature, so it was pretty fun. We started fourth in the B and won that, so we made a bunch of changes. Actually, I was glad we had to run the B because we got a bunch more track time and helped us to figure out where we needed to be, so it helped us a lot. They did an awesome job with the track! I was thinking that it was going to be just a fast 1 lane track, but it widened out really nice. There were 2 lanes in turns 3 and 4 and 3 lanes in 1 and 2 so you couldn’t ask for much more. This gives us a lot of confidence going into next week. It’s still going to be a tough week though, with lots more good cars coming and that’s a whole different ball game then!! It gives us some good confidence for sure though”. Bubak’s sponsors include Coyote Candle Company, Maxim Chassis, Momentum Racing Suspensions, Sardeson Racing Products, Winters and Simpson.

The biggest races of the season kick off next Thursday as the 2019 IMCA Sprint Car Racesaver Nationals start with a practice night and the qualifying races for the Jake Ita Memorial Race of Champions.

Front gates open at 5 PM. Grandstand admission for those 13 and up is just $2 with 12 and under free.

Pit gates open at 5 PM with pit passes costing $15.

Practice will be from 6 to 8:45 with qualifying for the Jake Ita Memorial Race of Champions beginning at 9.

Then on Friday the action begins for real as the Racesaver Nationals begin in earnest. Heat races and features will be run to set the first 3 rows of the Big Show on Sunday. The ATV Motorsports IMCA Sport Compacts will be the support class for the evening. Hot laps start at 5 PM with racing kicking off at 6.

The front gates open at 4 PM with adult admission costing $15, kids 6-2 are just $5 and children under 6 are free.

Pit gates open at 3 PM with pit passes costing $30.


IMCA Hobby Stock A-Feature 1. Jeff Ware Columbus, Ne. 2. Tyler Saathoff Holland, Ne. 3. Tyler Jackson Lincoln, Ne. 4. Ben Becher Lincoln, Ne. 5. Rowan Mason Lincoln, Ne. 6. David Carter Inglewood, Ne. 7. Colby Kaspar Columbus, Ne. 8. Jeff Watts Beatrice, Ne. 9. Roy Armstrong Beatrice, Ne. 10. John Cain Homer, Ne. 11. Spencer Galaway Waco, Ne. 12. Brint Lemke Lincoln, Ne. 13. Nick Beckman Lincoln, Ne. 14. Albert Kiihne Lincoln, Ne. 15. Tanner Dowty Fremont, Ne. 16. Khrysta Stransky Lincoln, Ne. 17. Michael Wade Dorchester, Ne. 18. Michael Hansen Weeping Water, Ne. 19. Brooke Fluckiger Columbus, Ne. 20. Adam Wasserman Fairbury, Ne.

IMCA Hobby Stock B-Feature 1. Nick Beckman Lincoln, Ne. 2. Brooke Fluckiger Columbus, Ne. 3. Michael Wade Dorchester, Ne. 4. Brint Lemke Lincoln, Ne. 5. Brett Saathoff Lincoln, Ne. 6. Kenny Roberts Lincoln, Ne. 7. Chantel Bade Lincoln, Ne. 8. Don Hall Jr Lincoln, Ne. 9. Neil Pella(r) Adams, Ne. 10. Cole Krichau Lincoln, Ne. 11. Scott Santee Omaha, Ne. 12. Aaron Wahrman Fremont, Ne. 13. Troy Dowty Fremont, Ne. 14. Jared Jackson(r) Lincoln, Ne. 15. Matt Beckner Lincoln, Ne.

IMCA Hobby Stock Heat 1 1. Tyler Jackson Lincoln, Ne. 2. David Carter Inglewood, Ne. 3. Roy Armstrong Beatrice, Ne. 4. Khrysta Stransky Lincoln, Ne. 5. Brett Saathoff Lincoln, Ne. 6. Chantel Bade Lincoln, Ne. 7. Aaron Wahrman Fremont, Ne. DNS. Cole Krichau Lincoln, Ne.

IMCA Hobby Stock Heat 2 1. Jeff Ware Columbus, Ne. 2. Albert Kiihne Lincoln, Ne. 3. Jeff Watts Beatrice, Ne. 4. Tanner Dowty Fremont, Ne. 5. Brooke Fluckiger Columbus, Ne. 6. Matt Beckner Lincoln, Ne. DNS. Scott Santee Omaha, Ne. DNS. Don Hall Jr Lincoln, Ne.

IMCA Hobby Stock Heat 3 1. Adam Wasserman Fairbury, Ne. 2. Ben Becher Lincoln, Ne. 3. Colby Kaspar Columbus, Ne. 4. Spencer Galaway Waco, Ne. 5. Nick Beckman Lincoln, Ne. 6. Troy Dowty Fremont, Ne. 7. Kenny Roberts Lincoln, Ne. 8. Jared Jackson(r) Lincoln, Ne.

IMCA Hobby Stock Heat 4 1. Tyler Saathoff Holland, Ne. 2. Michael Hansen Weeping Water, Ne. 3. Rowan Mason Lincoln, Ne. 4. John Cain Homer, Ne. 5. Michael Wade Dorchester, Ne. 6. Brint Lemke Lincoln, Ne. 7. Neil Pella(r) Adams, Ne.

IMCA Modified A-Feature 1. Mike Densberger Lincoln, Ne. 2. Shane Hiatt Rising City, Ne. 3. Johnny Saathoff Beatrice, Ne. 4. Aaron Pella Lincoln, Ne. 5. Bob Zoubek Dorchester, Ne. 6. Anthony Roth Columbus, Ne. 7. Jesse Sobbing Malvern, Ia. 8. Chad Andersen Ft Calhoun, Ne. 9. Scott Smith Davenport, Ne. 10. Justin Wulf Arlington, Ne. 11. Rik Gropp Lincoln, Ne. 12. Jaxon Saathoff Beatrice, Ne. 13. Norm Ziegenbein Lincoln, Ne. 14. Nate Thompson Omaha, Ne. 15. Clint Homan Bellevue, Ne. 16. Nathan Landauer Davey, Ne. 17. Bob Ruisinger Bennet, Ne. 18. Trevor Baker Omaha, Ne. 19. Austin Svoboda(r) David City, Ne. 20. Scott Bivens Ceresco, Ne.

IMCA Modified B-Feature 1. Trevor Baker Omaha, Ne. 2. Scott Bivens Ceresco, Ne. 3. Scott Smith Davenport, Ne. 4. Jesse Sobbing Malvern, Ia. 5. Jaxon Saathoff Beatrice, Ne. 6. Kale Smith Davenport, Ne. 7. Jared Deterding Lincoln, Ne. 8. Jan Korth Lincoln, Ne. 9. Brandon Verbeek Hickman, Ne. 10. Andrew Bowman(r) Lincoln, Ne. 11. Rodney Stopak Omaha, Ne. 12. Travis Hatcher Honey Creek, Ia.

IMCA Modified Heat 1 1. Clint Homan Bellevue, Ne. 2. Aaron Pella Lincoln, Ne. 3. Chad Andersen Ft Calhoun, Ne. 4. Bob Ruisinger Bennet, Ne. 5. Bob Zoubek Dorchester, Ne. 6. Trevor Baker Omaha, Ne. 7. Travis Hatcher Honey Creek, Ia. 8. Rodney Stopak Omaha, Ne. 9. Brandon Verbeek Hickman, Ne.

IMCA Modified Heat 2 1. Anthony Roth Columbus, Ne. 2. Norm Ziegenbein Lincoln, Ne. 3. Nate Thompson Omaha, Ne. 4. Shane Hiatt Rising City, Ne. 5. Justin Wulf Arlington, Ne. 6. Scott Bivens Ceresco, Ne. 7. Jared Deterding Lincoln, Ne. 8. Andrew Bowman(r) Lincoln, Ne. 9. Jaxon Saathoff Beatrice, Ne.

IMCA Modified Heat 3 1. Nathan Landauer Davey, Ne. 2. Mike Densberger Lincoln, Ne. 3. Johnny Saathoff Beatrice, Ne. 4. Austin Svoboda(r) David City, Ne. 5. Rik Gropp Lincoln, Ne. 6. Scott Smith Davenport, Ne. 7. Jan Korth Lincoln, Ne. 8. Kale Smith Davenport, Ne. 9. Jesse Sobbing Malvern, Ia.

IMCA Sport Compact A-Feature 1. Tim Horsham Raymond, Ne. 2. Steffen Oaks Lincoln, Ne. 3. Devin Bruce Bennet, Ne. 4. Adam Reifler Lincoln, Ne. 5. Drake Bohlmeyer Beatrice, Ne. 6. Josh Young Beatrice, Ne. 7. Brad Gallagher Louisville, Ne. 8. Cole Krichau Lincoln, Ne. 9. Shawn Hein Beatrice, Ne. 10. Bryce Walker Omaha, Ne. 11. Brian Cronin Lincoln, Ne. 12. Luke Nicholson Ashland, Ne. 13. Dan Markham Plattsmouth, Ne. 14. Tyler Masek Raymond, Ne. 15. Tim Lude Beatrice, Ne. 16. Michelle Nicholson Ashland, Ne. 17. Kasha Hall Lincoln, Ne. 18. Ray Harrington Lincoln, Ne. 19. Jordan Encinger 20. Kyle Owen Nebraska City, Ne.

IMCA Sport Compact Heat 1 1. Ray Harrington Lincoln, Ne. 2. Adam Reifler Lincoln, Ne. 3. Tim Horsham Raymond, Ne. 4. Bryce Walker Omaha, Ne. 5. Josh Young Beatrice, Ne. 6. Brian Cronin Lincoln, Ne. 7. Jordan Encinger DNS. Kyle Owen Nebraska City, Ne. DNS. Brad Gallagher Louisville, Ne. DNS. Dan Markham Plattsmouth, Ne.

IMCA Sport Compact Heat 2 1. Luke Nicholson Ashland, Ne. 2. Shawn Hein Beatrice, Ne. 3. Cole Krichau Lincoln, Ne. 4. Devin Bruce Bennet, Ne. 5. Steffen Oaks Lincoln, Ne. 6. Tyler Masek Raymond, Ne. 7. Tim Lude Beatrice, Ne. 8. Kasha Hall Lincoln, Ne. 9. Michelle Nicholson Ashland, Ne. 10. Drake Bohlmeyer Beatrice, Ne.

IMCA SportMod A-Feature 1. Gunnar Pike South Bend, Ne. 2. Matthew Andrews Malcolm, Ne. 3. Adam Vrbka Eagle, Ne. 4. Bobby Draper Valparaiso, Ne. 5. Mary Lenz Elmwood, Ne. 6. Derek Hall Lincoln, Ne. 7. Roger Sluka Lincoln, Ne. 8. Shawn Harker Nebraska City, Ne. 9. Rich Flock Malcolm, Ne. 10. Trevor Noonan Dorchester, Ne. 11. Dana Deeke Waverly, Ne. 12. Tyler Harr Ashland, Ne. 13. Mike Scheinost Ceresco, Ne. 14. Gary Saathoff Beatrice, Ne. 15. Braydon Latture Omaha, Ne. 16. Noah Williams Ashland, Ne. 17. Lance Borgman Beatrice, Ne. 18. Ryan Arbogast Goeher, Ne. 19. Joe Feyen Plattsmouth, Ne. 20. Cole Wayman Lincoln, Ne.

IMCA SportMod B-Feature 1. Gunnar Pike South Bend, Ne. 2. Roger Sluka Lincoln, Ne. 3. Mary Lenz Elmwood, Ne. 4. Noah Williams Ashland, Ne. 5. Michael Towle Douglas, Ne. 6. Patrick Donovan Sterling, Ne. 7. Shawn Davis Burr, Ne. 8. Brock Curtis Papillion, Ne. 9. Nick Morris Bellevue, Ne. 10. Melissa Knecht(r) Omaha, Ne. 11. Kyle Trout Bellevue, Ne. 12. Dion Kovar Rising City, Ne.

IMCA SportMod C-Feature 1. Gunnar Pike South Bend, Ne. 2. Nick Morris Bellevue, Ne. 3. Michael Towle Douglas, Ne. 4. Patrick Donovan Sterling, Ne. 5. Jason Heaps Lincoln, Ne. 6. Jeremy Down Nebraska City, Ne. 7. Daniel Morris(r) Bellevue, Ne. 8. Breanna Pfanstiel Lincoln, Ne. 9. Paul Donovan Mccook, Ne. DNS. Terry Callender Lincoln, Ne.

IMCA SportMod Heat 1 1. Ryan Arbogast Goeher, Ne. 2. Cole Wayman Lincoln, Ne. 3. Bobby Draper Valparaiso, Ne. 4. Adam Vrbka Eagle, Ne. 5. Roger Sluka Lincoln, Ne. 6. Noah Williams Ashland, Ne. 7. Nick Morris Bellevue, Ne. 8. Jason Heaps Lincoln, Ne. 9. Breanna Pfanstiel Lincoln, Ne.

IMCA SportMod Heat 2 1. Derek Hall Lincoln, Ne. 2. Braydon Latture Omaha, Ne. 3. Rich Flock Malcolm, Ne. 4. Tyler Harr Ashland, Ne. 5. Dion Kovar Rising City, Ne. 6. Melissa Knecht(r) Omaha, Ne. 7. Michael Towle Douglas, Ne. 8. Gunnar Pike South Bend, Ne. 9. Paul Donovan Mccook, Ne.

IMCA SportMod Heat 3 1. Joe Feyen Plattsmouth, Ne. 2. Mike Scheinost Ceresco, Ne. 3. Shawn Harker Nebraska City, Ne. 4. Matthew Andrews Malcolm, Ne. 5. Brock Curtis Papillion, Ne. 6. Mary Lenz Elmwood, Ne. 7. Daniel Morris(r) Bellevue, Ne. DNS. Terry Callender Lincoln, Ne. IMCA SportMod Heat 4 1. Dana Deeke Waverly, Ne. 2. Trevor Noonan Dorchester, Ne. 3. Lance Borgman Beatrice, Ne. 4. Gary Saathoff Beatrice, Ne. 5. Kyle Trout Bellevue, Ne. 6. Shawn Davis Burr, Ne. 7. Patrick Donovan Sterling, Ne. 8. Jeremy Down Nebraska City, Ne.

IMCA Sprint A-Feature 1. Jake Bubak Arvada, Co. 2. Joey Danley Lincoln, Ne. 3. Tyler Drueke Eagle, Ne. 4. Nate Johnson Hastings, Ne. 5. Ryan King Bennet, Ne. 6. Adam Gullion Lincoln, Ne. 7. Josh Riggins Lincoln, Ne. 8. Jay Russell Elmwood, Ks. 9. Mark Vanderheiden Papillion, Ne. 10. Clint Benson Papillion, Ne. 11. Trey Gropp Lincoln, Ne. 12. Gene Ackland Martell, Ne. 13. Keith Dragoo Greenwood, Ne. 14. Toby Chapman Panama, Ne. 15. Mike Boston Lincoln, Ne. 16. Nick Bryan Lincoln, Ne. 17. Chase Weiler Lincoln, Ne. 18. Trevor Grossenbacher Bennet, Ne. 19. Joe Miller Vail, Ia. 20. Danny Nekolite O’neill, Ne.

IMCA Sprint B-Feature 1. Jake Bubak Arvada, Co. 2. Mike Boston Lincoln, Ne. 3. Jay Russell Elmwood, Ks. 4. Trevor Grossenbacher Bennet, Ne. 5. Stuart Snyder Lincoln, Ne. 6. Doug Lovegrove Waverly, Ne. 7. Tim Hilfiker Greenwood, Ne. 8. Kaleb Johnson Sioux Falls, Sd. 9. Nathan Weiler Lavista, Ne. 10. Brooklyn Holland Fresno, Ca. 11. Boyd Peterson Ithaca, Ne. 12. Jason Danley Lincoln, Ne.

IMCA Sprint C-Feature 1. Trevor Grossenbacher Bennet, Ne. 2. Stuart Snyder Lincoln, Ne. 3. Kaleb Johnson Sioux Falls, Sd. 4. Nathan Weiler Lavista, Ne. 5. Brandon Horton Waterloo, Ne. 6. Shon Pointer Grand Island, Ne. 7. Dwight Carter Lincoln, Ne. 8. Ryan Navratil East Des Moines, Ia. 9. Neil Nickolite Bellwood, Ne. 10. Andrew Jackson Fremont, Ne. 11. Alex Salzman Lincoln, Ne. 12. Aaron Allgood(r) Lincoln, Ne. 13. Jason Miller Omaha, Ne.

IMCA Sprint Heat 1 1. Keith Dragoo Greenwood, Ne. 2. Nate Johnson Hastings, Ne. 3. Chase Weiler Lincoln, Ne. 4. Josh Riggins Lincoln, Ne. 5. Mike Boston Lincoln, Ne. 6. Brooklyn Holland Fresno, Ca. 7. Kaleb Johnson Sioux Falls, Sd. 8. Brandon Horton Waterloo, Ne. 9. Aaron Allgood(r) Lincoln, Ne. DNS. Jason Miller Omaha, Ne.

IMCA Sprint Heat 2 1. Gene Ackland Martell, Ne. 2. Clint Benson Papillion, Ne. 3. Nick Bryan Lincoln, Ne. 4. Trey Gropp Lincoln, Ne. 5. Doug Lovegrove Waverly, Ne. 6. Boyd Peterson Ithaca, Ne. 7. Andrew Jackson Fremont, Ne. 8. Alex Salzman Lincoln, Ne. 9. Stuart Snyder Lincoln, Ne.

IMCA Sprint Heat 3 1. Joe Miller Vail, Ia. 2. Adam Gullion Lincoln, Ne. 3. Mark Vanderheiden Papillion, Ne. 4. Joey Danley Lincoln, Ne. 5. Jay Russell Elmwood, Ks. 6. Jason Danley Lincoln, Ne. 7. Nathan Weiler Lavista, Ne. 8. Neil Nickolite Bellwood, Ne. DNS. Shon Pointer Grand Island, Ne.

IMCA Sprint Heat 4 1. Tyler Drueke Eagle, Ne. 2. Danny Nekolite O’neill, Ne. 3. Ryan King Bennet, Ne. 4. Toby Chapman Panama, Ne. 5. Jake Bubak Arvada, Co. 6. Tim Hilfiker Greenwood, Ne. 7. Trevor Grossenbacher Bennet, Ne. 8. Dwight Carter Lincoln, Ne. 9. Ryan Navratil East Des Moines, Ia.

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