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3.31.18 Enid Speedway Results

By John Rittenoure, ENID, Okla. (March 31, 2018) – Strong winds and cold temperatures greeted fans for the Enid Speedway opener on Saturday. However 93 competitors braved the cold and a good turnout of fans watched a night of competitive racing.

Four classes of cars were on hand headlined by the Sprint Series of Oklahoma and Shane Sellers won by a slim margin over Gary Owens.

Owens drove off the pole into the early lead over past champion Andy Shouse and fourth starting Sellers. But Owens lead was short lived.

Sellers passed Shouse for second on lap 2 and quickly reeled in Owens taking over the lead on lap 3. Sellers and Owens ran 1-2 the rest of the way.

However on lap 16 Owens begin closing the gap on Sellers and pulled inside to challenge for the lead in lap 2 of the final lap. Sellers surged back ahead and crossed the finish line just a couple of car lengths ahead of Owens. Shouse settled for third with Zach Blurton and Travis Scott rounding out the top five.

Defending champion Cole Traugott won the Sooner Modified season opener which was shortened by five laps due to a series turn one crash.

Traugott had taken over the lead from Greg Burt and was setting the pace when Milt David caught the end of the guardrail entering turn one and crashed hard. Fortunately David was not injured but his car was destroyed.

Due to extended clean up time and the cold the race was ended with five laps remaining.

A field of 30 sport mods produced a good night of racing and a win for Jeffrey Kaup.

Kaup jumped into the early lead only to give way to pole sitter Brandon Kenny on lap six. On lap 16 Kenny tangled with Robert Elliott in turn two taking both out of the race. After the two displayed some unsportsmanlike conduct with their cars both were black flagged from the race.

Kaup inherited the lead back and outran Todd Decker and Mark Harrison to the finish.

Lance Sessions made his pole position stand for a green to checkered run to victory in the pure stock feature. Sessions won over Tommy Bohnstedt.

Racing resumes Saturday with the Spring Nationals featuring Sooner Late Models vs. the National Championship Racing Association (NCRA) Late Models. Sooner Limited Modifieds will make their first Enid Speedway appearance of the season along with the return of the Pure Stocks.

Race time is 7 p.m.

SSO Sprints

Heat 1 – 1. Josh Toho; 2. Andy Shouse; 3. Zach Blurton; 4. Shane Sellers; 5. Chris Kelly; 6. Loyd Clevenger; 7. Mike Scott.

Heat 2 – 1. Travis Scott; 2. Gary Owens; 3. Justin Mowry; 4. Tyler Drveke; 5. Jake Martens; 6. Brandon Jennings/ 7. Joe Wood, Jr.

Heat 3 – 1. Tanner Conn; 2. Blake Scott; 3. Cody Whitworth; 4. Ty Williams; 5. Eric Mathews; 6. Cody Hays.

A Feature – 1. Shane Sellers; 2. Gary Owens; 3. Andy Shouse; 4. Zach Blurton; 5. Travis Scott; 6. Tyler Drveke; 7. Blake Scott; 8. Joe Wood, Jr.; 9. Josh Toho; 10. Cody Whitworth; 11. Chris Kelly; 12. Eric Mathews; 13. Justin Mowry; 14. Cody Hays; 15. Ty Williams; 16. Loyd Clevenger. 17. Tanner Conn; 18. Brandon Jennings. DNS: Mike Scott, Jake Martens.

Sooner Modified

HEAT 1 – 1, Jon Herring. 2, Tanner Mullen. 3, Dustin Allen. 4, Logan Macy. 5, Trenton Gann. 6, Dustin Choate. 7, Jason Martin.
HEAT 2 – 1, Joe Adams. 2, Cole Traugott. 3, Kirby Robe. 4, Milt David. 5, J.D. Choate. 6, Brendon Gemmill.
HEAT 3 – 1, Greg Burt. 2, Kale Westover. 3, Brody Robe. 4, Jon Herring Sr. 5, Kris Miller. 6, Kevin Newell.
A FEATURE – 1, Cole Traugott. 2, Brendon Gemmill. 3, Jon Herring Sr. 4, Kale Westover. 5, Greg Burt. 6, Trenton Gann. 7, Joe Adams. 8, J.D. Choate. 9, Logan Macy. 10, Brody Robe. 11, Kris Miller. 12, Dustin Choate. 13, Jason Martin. 14, Tanner Mullen. 15, Kevin Newell. 16, Jon Herring. 17, Dustin Allen. 18, Kirby Robe. 19, Milt David.

Sport Modified

HEAT 1 – 1, Jeffrey Kaup. 2, Todd Decker. 3, Mark Harrison. 4, Daniel Riley. 5, Alex Wiens. 6, Kyle Wiens. 7, Jonathan Morgan. 8, Daylon Bergeron.
HEAT 2 – 1, Dustin Donley. 2, Mark Smith. 3, Trevin King. 4, Freddy McCoy. 5, Colby Johnson. 6, Ryan Sorrek. 7, Logan Macy. 8, Eric Brooks.
HEAT 3 – 1, Brandon Kenny. 2, Kales Roach. 3, Jeff Rozelle. 4, Denver Howard. 5, Garrett Donley. 6, Courtney McCarthey. 7, Brandon Brite. 8, Brad Johnson.
HEAT 4 – 1, Mathew Smith. 2, Robert Elliott. 3, Mike Roach. 4, Troy Bynum. 5, Rayce Hacker. 6, Frankie Bardon. 7, Brian Byrd.
B FEATURE – 1, Daylon Bergeron. 2, Garrett Donley. 3, Jonathan Morgan. 4, Courtney McCarthey. 5, Denver Howard. 6, Kyle Wiens. 7, Frankie Bardon. 8, Brian Byrd. 9, Brandon Brite. 10, Brad Johnson. 11, Eric Brooks. 12, Rayce Hacker. 13, Daniel Riley. 14, Logan Macy. (DNS). 15, Ryan Sorrek. (DNS).
A FEATURE – 1, Jeffrey Kaup. 2, Todd Decker. 3, Mark Harrison. 4, Mathew Smith. 5, Kales Roach. 6, Jeff Rozelle. 7, Troy Bynum. 8, Dustin Donley. 9, Courtney McCarthey. 10, Daylon Bergeron. 11, Jonathan Morgan. 12, Alex Wiens. 13, Freddy McCoy. 14, Trevin King. 15, Garrett Donley. 16, Mike Roach. 17, Colby Johnson. 18, Mark Smith. 19, Brandon Kenny. (BF). 20, Robert Elliott. (BF

Pure Stock

HEAT 1 – 1, Dustin Schoonover. 2, Bobby Joe Scott. 3, Dustin Schechter. 4, Harley Weidner. 5, Shannon Omockf. 6, Harley Knouse. 7, Shannon Skaggs. (DNS).
HEAT 2 – 1, Bill Beebe. 2, Tommy Bohnstedt. 3, Tyler Scruggs. 4, Leighton Clift. 5, Andrew Kunkel. 6, Jason Schechter. 7, Nikk Sands. 8, Tyson Ashlock.
HEAT 3 – 1, Lance Sessions. 2, Kellen Downing. 3, Daniel Wymore. 4, Marvin Allen. 5, Brian Thomas. 6, Zeke Boyer. 7, Cory Strong. 8, Korey Vicletti. 9, Jarod Nickell.
A FEATURE – 1, Lance Sessions. 2, Tommy Bohnstedt. 3, Tyler Scruggs. 4, Kellen Downing. 5, Bobby Joe Scott. 6, Dustin Schoonover. 7, Daniel Wymore. 8, Bill Beebe. 9, Dustin Schechter. 10, Korey Vicletti. 11, Harley Knouse. 12, Andrew Kunkel. 13, Shannon Skaggs. 14, Marvin Allen. 15, Jason Schechter. 16, Cory Strong. 17, Leighton Clift. 18, Brian Thomas. 19, Zeke Boyer. 20, Tyson Ashlock. 21, Shannon Omockf. (DNS). 22, Harley Weidner. (DNS). 23, Nikk Sands. (DNS). 24, Jarod Nickell. (DNS).