Deming Speedway - July 1 & 2, 2016
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July 1, 2016
Tyson Cross would make his return after a few weeks off with a win in the Shots2 Go Espresso 1200 feature event at Deming Speedway.
The battle would be between Brock Lemley and Jared Gundersen for second as they would go back and forth battling for the runner up spot. Eventually, Brock would take the second spot and Jared finished third.
Heats were won by Brock Lemley and Chad Reid.
Quick times were set by Tyson Cross and Jared Gundersen.
Shaun Holtorf would take the Kaitlyn Hammer #39K to the winner's circle for the first time in 2016 with his win in the SpeedMart/Hoosier 600 feature event.
Jared Peterson would challenge Shaun on a few occasions for the top spot but would maintain the second position with Chance Crum taking third.
The B feature was won by Chase Schmidt. Keith Wickard, Shaun Holtorf, Sawyer Sorgenfrei and Tanner Holm would take heat wins.
Quick times were set by Jesse Schlotfeldt, Shaun Holtorf, Kevin Wilkinson and Kyle Mitchell.
The Mytrafficman.net 600 Restricted feature would see Jesse Schlotfeldt dominate the feature and take the win.
Sawyer Sorgenfrei and Tyson Lemley would follow Jesse in second and third.
Kaden Holm, Jesse Schlotfeldt and Sawyer Sorgenfrei would take heat wins.
Setting Quick Times would be Parker Hadlock, Jesse Schlotfeldt and Bailey Sucich.
In the Kasey Kahne Juniors feature event, hot shoe Haley Constance would take the win.
Macie Logsdon and Blaine Granberg would follow in second and third.
Heats were won by Brooklyn Constance, Blaine Granberg and Haley Constance. Setting Quick Times were Macie Logsdon, Blaine Granberg and Haley Constance.
July 2, 2016
Mid - Season Championships would be on the agenda for Saturday. It would feature main events, scrambles, heats and group time in. The top six in each division would be locked in to the feature and scrambles with the rest of the cars needing to go through the time in and heat procedures.
The Shots2 Go Espresso 1200 scramble would see Brock Lemley take the win with Jared Gundersen taking second and Chance Crum, piloting the RKR #92, finishing third. Clennon Holloway, in the Hendrickson #13, Brent Holloway, in his brother's #9, and Alex Lewis would follow.
The feature would see Brock Lemley take the lead and not really look back to take his third 1200 win of 2016 at Deming Speedway.
Jared Gundersen would take second while Clennon Holloway would come in third.
Dick Williams would take the heat win and Tyson Cross had quick time.
The SpeedMart/Hoosier 600 division had Kyle Mitchell take the scramble win with Chance Crum and Tanner Holm finishing out the top three. Jesse Schlotfeldt, Isaac Abernoth and Dylan Resch would finish up the top six.
Kyle Mitchell would take advantage of his starting position and pretty much control the feature event to take his second win of 2016.
Chance Crum followed in second and Dylan Resch finished third.
The B feature win would go to Ashleigh Johnson. Heats were won by Brock Lemley, Sawyer Sorgenfrei and Kevin Wilkinson. Shaun Holtorf, Peyton Reed and Chase Schmidt would set quick times.
Mytrafficman.net 600 Restricted division scramble would be won by Jesse Schlotfeldt with Bailey Sucich and Tyson Lemley making up the rest of the top three. Sawyer Sorgenfrei, Kaden Holm and Allison Johnson making up the rest of the six.
Jesse Schlotfeldt would get his second feature event win of the weekend and his fourth at Deming Speedway.
Bailey Sucich took second with Sawyer Sorgenfrei taking third.
Heats would be won by Dakota Drake and Braden Maceachern. Parker Hadlock and Ben Fererra would take quick times.
Alex Gouy would take the Kasey Kahne Junior Sprint scramble win with Macie Logsdon and Haley Constance finishing the top three. Peyton Drake, Brooklyn Constance and Blaine Granberg finished the top six.
Haley Constance would get her second feature win of the weekend in KKJR division.
Both Macie Logsdon and Blaine Granberg would get their second runner up and third place finishes of the weekend.
Heats were won by Karlyn Kocher and Baker Fagerlie. Drake Hadlock and Carson Guffie would set quick times.