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Jackson Grabs His First Knoxville Sprint Car Nationals
(August 4, 2016) The Knoxville Sprint Car Nationals were at center stage in Knoxville, Iowa and some heavy hitters were on hand to battle it out for the coveted trophy. After qualifying Jason Bookman would be your fast qualifier and he would be your pole sitter for the nights 60 laps feature. After a heat race was run it was time for the main event. John Martin would get the jump on the early lead as Jason Bookman would apply pressure early on. Bookman would falter midway through allowing Andy Jackson to overtake second and set chase on Martin. Martin and Jackson would battle side by side for many laps until the two would make contact and caus the yellow flag to come out for the stopped John Martin He would go to the tail and Jackson would be your new leader. Jackson would survive that restart as it was the only one of the night and hold off slide job attempts from Wes Fehrenbacher to capture his first Knoxville Nationals Crown! Congrats to Andy on the win!

Back To Back Victories For Short
(May 26, 2016) The Tri City Speedway was the place to be last Thursday night as the Dirt Series modified tour rolled into the 3/8 mile for the 2nd Annual Modified Mania race. First every driver would draw a number based on a lap time and each driver would each run two heat races where passing points were crucial. After a total of four heats were run Russell Snearly would start on the pole for the feature as he had the most points. Only a few rows back though was Ken Short and everyone knew he was the favorite to win the nights race. It only took Short 13 laps to overtake Andrew Engels for the lead and it was set sail for Short. Meanwhile some great racing took place behind him for 2nd. Andrew Engels, Shawn Mooneyhan, and Rodney Pierce put on a dandy of a show battling for that runner up position but in the end it was Engels who would ultimately claim the spot. Short would lead 37 of the 50 laps as he would win for the second week in a row at Dirt Series!

Ken Short Goes Back To Back @ Show Me 100
(May 19, 2016) Last Thursday it was once again time for the Dirt Series' annual Show me 100 at Lucas Oil Speedway. Some bad fast guys were on hand to try their hand at winning the prestigious title. Each driver would have two qualifying laps where they would try to lock themselved into the A main either through a dash or two B mains. Fast time would be set by last years winner Ken Short. After two B mains that were won by Russell Snearly and Josh Smith, it was time for the top 8 locked in guys from qualifying to run a six lap dash. Blake Drohman would get the jump on the start and lead every lap to capture pole position for the nights 100 lapper. It was then time for the A main and early on Blake Drohman would lead as Ken Short would close in on him early until an early race altercation would cause Short to fall to the rear of the field. He wasnt done for the night though as he would slice and dice his way back up through the field as Travis Marsh would lead. With about 60 laps to go Short would make his move and overtake Marsh for the lead and go on to lap all positions up to second in dominant fashion once again as he would become your 2016 Show Me 100 champion!

Drohman Leads Flag to Flag in SSDS @ "The Pond"
(April 28, 2016) Last Thursday 17 stock cars arrived at the Ponderosa Speedway for the third Street Stock series race of the season. After random heats were drawn, heat #1 would roll out onto the track and get the action started on the night. Justin Clark would lead every lap of this heat but coming out of the final corner on the last lap Josh Smith would overtake Clark and get the win. Heat #2 Jeremy Rucker came from 6th to the front in a flurry as he would pass Zachary Meitzner with 3 to go and hold off Anthony Miller for the win. After adding up passing points and doing an invert the field would be set for the four lap dash. Blake Drohman would best the six car field and capture the pole position for the night's 30 lap feature. Finally once the grid was set it was time to go 30 fast paced laps! Blake Drohman would lead em to the green and lead every lap holding off charges all race from Justin Clark and Jeremy Rucker. With ten to go he would pull away from second place Clark and would cross the finish line first and capture his second street stock series win of the year!


 

     
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