Troutman Takes East Bay Winternationals DIRTcar UMP Opener

 

DIRTcar UMP Modifieds 59 Entries

A Feature 1 25 Laps 

1. 5-Drake Troutman[1]; 2. 40-Kevin Adams[4]; 3. 25W-Allen Weisser[6]; 4. 77-Ray Bollinger[3]; 5. 20-Brian Skaggs[8]; 6. 25N-Tyler Nicely[2]; 7. 12-Lucas Lee[11]; 8. 69B-Bryan Bernhardt[17]; 9. 24-Zeke McKenzie[12]; 10. 2-Devin Dixon[5]; 11. 21-Devin McLeod[15]; 12. 25A-Jason Altiers[10]; 13. 33W-Rodney Wing[14]; 14. 99-Blake Brown[20]; 15. 8L-Jimmy Lennex[21]; 16. 44-Jeff Parsons[19]; 17. 90-Tim Gay[16]; 18. 21S-Denny Schwartz[23]; 19. 205-Travis Varnadore[9]; 20. 18C-Miles Cook II[24]; 21. 2A-Matt Altiers[22]; 22. 25-LJ Grimm[13]; 23. 1S-Brian Shaw[18]; 24. 17-Chris Wilson[7]

B Feature 1

1. 69B-Bryan Bernhardt[3]; 2. 8L-Jimmy Lennex[2]; 3. 56-Chris Wilson[1]; 4. 2J-Troy Johnson[4]; 5. 1H-Ben Harmon[5]; 6. 54J-Jason Jack[6]; 7. 72H-Wayne Gibson[7]; 8. 66H-William Harris[10]; 9. 23-Ethan Boomsma[9]; 10. 3F-Rob Fuqua[8]; 11. 54H-Zachary Hawk[11]; 12. (DNS) 8-Jeremy Elliotte

B Feature 2

1. 1S-Brian Shaw[2]; 2. 2A-Matt Altiers[1]; 3. 16C-John Clippinger[5]; 4. 7-Brad Deyoung[3]; 5. 23B-Scott Bane[4]; 6. 94-Tom Pasek[11]; 7. 101-Hunter Feltner[7]; 8. 29-Rick Swartout[10]; 9. 10X-Billy Uptegraff[8]; 10. 41-Brad Goff[6]; 11. 0L-Mason Love[9]

B Feature 3

1. 44-Jeff Parsons[5]; 2. 21S-Denny Schwartz[2]; 3. 14-Mavrick Varnadore[3]; 4. 4-Mike Learman[6]; 5. 11-Roger Cavness[4]; 6. 85A-Brandon Hutchinson[9]; 7. 6B-Dave Baldwin[7]; 8. 141-Justin Galbreath[8]; 9. 88-David Pollen[1]; 10. 96-Kyle Arvin[10]

B Feature 4

1. 99-Blake Brown[2]; 2. 18C-Miles Cook II[1]; 3. 65-Todd Sherman[3]; 4. 9PG-Perry Gendreau[5]; 5. 5X-Joe Godsey[7]; 6. 2ND-Jake Leitzman[6]; 7. 72-Todd Neiheiser[9]; 8. 26-Robbie Branham[4]; 9. M20-Mike Potosky[8]; 10. 7X7-Jeff Solinger[10]

Heat 1

1. 40-Kevin Adams[2]; 2. 205-Travis Varnadore[1]; 3. 56-Chris Wilson[4]; 4. 69B-Bryan Bernhardt[3]; 5. 1H-Ben Harmon[5]; 6. 72H-Wayne Gibson[8]; 7. 23-Ethan Boomsma[6]; 8. 54H-Zachary Hawk[7]

Heat 2

1. 5-Drake Troutman[1]; 2. 25A-Jason Altiers[5]; 3. 8L-Jimmy Lennex[4]; 4. 2J-Troy Johnson[2]; 5. 54J-Jason Jack[3]; 6. 3F-Rob Fuqua[6]; 7. 66H-William Harris[7]; 8. (DNS) 8-Jeremy Elliotte

Heat 3

1. 77-Ray Bollinger[1]; 2. 12-Lucas Lee[3]; 3. 2A-Matt Altiers[2]; 4. 7-Brad Deyoung[6]; 5. 16C-John Clippinger[4]; 6. 101-Hunter Feltner[5]; 7. 0L-Mason Love[7]; 8. 94-Tom Pasek[8]

Heat 4

1. 20-Brian Skaggs[1]; 2. 24-Zeke McKenzie[3]; 3. 1S-Brian Shaw[5]; 4. 23B-Scott Bane[4]; 5. 41-Brad Goff[2]; 6. 10X-Billy Uptegraff[6]; 7. 29-Rick Swartout[7]

Heat 5

1. 2-Devin Dixon[2]; 2. 25-LJ Grimm[1]; 3. 88-David Pollen[3]; 4. 14-Mavrick Varnadore[5]; 5. 44-Jeff Parsons[6]; 6. 6B-Dave Baldwin[7]; 7. 85A-Brandon Hutchinson[4]

Heat 6

1. 25W-Allen Weisser[3]; 2. 33W-Rodney Wing[1]; 3. 21S-Denny Schwartz[4]; 4. 11-Roger Cavness[5]; 5. 4-Mike Learman[2]; 6. 141-Justin Galbreath[6]; 7. (DNF) 96-Kyle Arvin[7]

Heat 7

1. 17-Chris Wilson[1]; 2. 21-Devin McLeod[3]; 3. 18C-Miles Cook II[2]; 4. 65-Todd Sherman[5]; 5. 9PG-Perry Gendreau[6]; 6. 5X-Joe Godsey[7]; 7. (DNF) 72-Todd Neiheiser[4]

Heat 8 8 Laps 

1. 25N-Tyler Nicely[2]; 2. 90-Tim Gay[3]; 3. 99-Blake Brown[1]; 4. 26-Robbie Branham[5]; 5. 2ND-Jake Leitzman[4]; 6. M20-Mike Potosky[6]; 7. 7X7-Jeff Solinger[7]

Qualifying 1

1. 205-Travis Varnadore, 00:17.296[4]; 2. 40-Kevin Adams, 00:17.522[8]; 3. 69B-Bryan Bernhardt, 00:17.776[7]; 4. 56-Chris Wilson, 00:17.795[6]; 5. 1H-Ben Harmon, 00:17.908[2]; 6. 23-Ethan Boomsma, 00:18.840[1]; 7. 54H-Zachary Hawk, 00:19.035[3]; 8. (DNS) 72H-Wayne Gibson, 00:19.035

Qualifying 2

1. 5-Drake Troutman, 00:17.269[3]; 2. 2J-Troy Johnson, 00:17.304[2]; 3. 54J-Jason Jack, 00:17.630[4]; 4. 8L-Jimmy Lennex, 00:17.854[1]; 5. 25A-Jason Altiers, 00:17.890[8]; 6. 3F-Rob Fuqua, 00:18.081[5]; 7. 66H-William Harris, 00:18.715[7]; 8. (DNS) 8-Jeremy Elliotte, 00:18.715

Qualifying 3

1. 77-Ray Bollinger, 00:17.581[7]; 2. 2A-Matt Altiers, 00:17.767[2]; 3. 12-Lucas Lee, 00:17.896[6]; 4. 16C-John Clippinger, 00:17.910[5]; 5. 101-Hunter Feltner, 00:18.066[3]; 6. 7-Brad Deyoung, 00:18.112[8]; 7. 0L-Mason Love, 00:18.130[1]; 8. 94-Tom Pasek, 00:18.362[4]

Qualifying 4

1. 20-Brian Skaggs, 00:17.473[1]; 2. 41-Brad Goff, 00:17.487[6]; 3. 24-Zeke McKenzie, 00:17.794[3]; 4. 23B-Scott Bane, 00:18.086[4]; 5. 1S-Brian Shaw, 00:18.190[2]; 6. 10X-Billy Uptegraff, 00:18.202[7]; 7. 29-Rick Swartout, 00:18.350[5]

Qualifying 5

1. 25-LJ Grimm, 00:17.858[3]; 2. 2-Devin Dixon, 00:17.919[1]; 3. 88-David Pollen, 00:17.936[5]; 4. 85A-Brandon Hutchinson, 00:18.037[2]; 5. 14-Mavrick Varnadore, 00:18.043[6]; 6. 44-Jeff Parsons, 00:18.256[4]; 7. 6B-Dave Baldwin, 00:18.276[7]

Qualifying 6

1. 33W-Rodney Wing, 00:17.766[2]; 2. 4-Mike Learman, 00:17.828[6]; 3. 25W-Allen Weisser, 00:17.944[5]; 4. 21S-Denny Schwartz, 00:17.984[7]; 5. 11-Roger Cavness, 00:18.205[1]; 6. 141-Justin Galbreath, 00:18.212[3]; 7. 96-Kyle Arvin, 00:18.826[4]

Qualifying 7

1. 17-Chris Wilson, 00:17.569[1]; 2. 18C-Miles Cook II, 00:17.614[4]; 3. 21-Devin McLeod, 00:17.726[3]; 4. 72-Todd Neiheiser, 00:18.152[5]; 5. 65-Todd Sherman, 00:18.253[7]; 6. 9PG-Percy Gendreau, 00:18.336[2]; 7. (DNS) 5X-Joe Godsey, 00:18.336

Qualifying 8

1. 99-Blake Brown, 00:17.889[2]; 2. 25N-Tyler Nicely, 00:17.944[7]; 3. 90-Tim Gay, 00:18.070[1]; 4. 2ND-Jake Leitzman, 00:18.094[4]; 5. 26-Robbie Branham, 00:18.663[5]; 6. M20-Mike Potosky, 00:19.214[3]; 7. 7X7-Jeff Solinger, 00:19.574[6]

Results of January 28

Results of January 28

Crate Racin’ USA Late Models

Feature – Ashton Winger (12), Doug Horton (46), Hayden Cardwell (22), Cory Hedgecock (23), Clinton Hersh (16), Josh Peacock (21), Trevor Collins (72), Randy Weaver (6w), Mario Gresham (21), Chase Cooper (27c), Anthony White Jr. (24), Austin Yarborough (127), Jason Welshan (29w), Matt Herlong (131), Brandon Miller (22), Nick Davis (92), Joshua Bishop (18), Drew Kennedy (K37), Jarrod Carey (87c), Ronnie Cooper (10), Brian Smith (7s), Daniel Woody (29), Jake Knowles (66), Parker Martin (6jr), Mack McCarter (51)

Crate Racin’ USA Street Stocks

Feature – Ricky Greene (18), Shane Taylor (12), Tim Powers (44), Cameron Metts (37), Cody Allen (68), Tim Gay (90), Robo Hutchinson (311), David McCormack (260, Steven Deinhardt (73), T.J. Herndon (1H), Andy Stewart (75), Donnie Bazemore Jr. (28), Chris Walker (111), Stephen Hohlbaugh (75), Hayden Moran (10), Kyle Livingood (81), Jay Burchfield (700, Bartley Grant (114), Rich Livernois (71), Cameron Powers (44CC), Chad Thrash (54), Jeff Conyers (47), Justin Rodgers (95). DQ – Mike Lane (8)

Unofficial Results of January 27

CRATE RACIN’ USA STREET STOCKS

Feature – Chad Thrash (54), T.J. Herndon (1H), Hayden Moran (10), Tandy Marlin (103), Mickey Trosclair (9), Tim Powers (44), Jeff Conyers (47), Cody Allen (68), Robo Hutchinson (311), Rich Livernois (71), Brian Morgan (9), Cameron Metts (37), Dillon Usery (71U), Ricky Greene (18), Tim Gay (90), David McCormack (26), Race McMahon (45), Bartley Grant (114), Kyle Livingood (81), Zach Amundsen (20), Austin Sanders (10s), Jerry Bruce (35), Steven Deinhardt (73), Jay Burchfield (70)

CRATE RACIN’ USA LATE MODELS

Feature – Ashton Winger (12), Andy Nezworski (7), Hayden Cardwell (22), Cory Hedgecock (23), Austin Yarborough (127), Trevor Collins (72), Jason Welshan (29W), Parker Martin (6JR), Joshua Bishop (18), Randy Weaver (6w), Clinton Hersh (16), Mason Diaz (24D), Jake Knowles (66), Doug Horton (46), Mack McCarter (51), Jeff Provinzino (28), Chase Cooper (27c), Chase Walls (25), Brian Smith (7s), Drew Kennedy (K37), Derrick Shaw (27), Walker Arthur (87w), Nick Davis (92), Dillon Crim (7), Jarrod Carey (87c)

Unofficial Results of January 26 Racing

Crate Racin’ USA Street Stocks

Feature – Tim Gay (90), Chad Thrash (54), Race McMahon (45), Jay Burchfield (70), Kyle Bowman (46K), Jeff Conyers (47), Justin Rodgers (95), Tim Powers (44), Ricky Greene (18), Zach Amundsen (20), Rich Livernois (71), Brian Morgan (9), Cody Allen (68), Joshua Arabie (1), Chris Walker (111), Brad Langford (B46), Tandy Marlin (103), Andy Stewart (75), Robo Hutchinson (311), Dillon Ussery (71U), Steven Deinhardt (73), Cameron Metts (37), T.J. Herndon (1H), Bruce Griffin (72)

Crate Racing USA Late Models

Feature – Cory Hedgecock (23), Mario Gresham (21), Randy Weaver (6w), Ashton Winger (12), Hayden Cardwell (22), Chase Cooper (27c), Joshua Bishop (18), Andy Nezworski (7), Parker Martin (6), Jason Welshan (29w), Brian Smith (7s), Mack McCarter (51), Nick Davis (92), Matt Herlong (131), Trevor Collins (72), Tyler Millwood (31), Brenden Smith (32), Josh Adkins (57), Ricky Greene (18), Walker Arthur (87), Joey Pilgrim (27x), Austin Yarborough (127), J.C. Wilson (02), Jake Knowles (66)

Webster, Davis, Jones, Karas and Allen Close Winternationals Week 1

With cooler conditions and cloudy skies, the final night of the first week of the 47th annual Winternationals came to a close with new names joining repeat winners.

V-8 Warriors/Thunderstocks opened the night and it was déjà vu as Cody Allen charged back to victory to back up his Friday feature win. The back-to-back wins matched Allen’s 2022 achievement of winning the last two features after Tommy Hill had scored the opener last year. Jason Burnside and Jerry Rogers won the heat races.

In Mini Sprint action, a new name was added to the victory rolls. Jo Jo Davis, who had a strong runner-up finish in the opener, put on a dominant performance to score his first feature win in convincing fashion. Jesse Foster prevailed in the heat race.

It was a perfect week for 16-year-old Will Karas as the Pennsylvania racer swept all three of his heats and all three features on the week. Karas got the lead on the first lap and ran wire to wire, lapping up to fourth place in the 15-lap main. Joining Karas as heat race winner was Zach LaRose, who scored his second straight runner-up finish in the feature.

Top Gun Sprints once again saw a late race pass develop as leaders were fighting through lapped traffic. Garrett Green had been dominant through the race, but a determined Justin Webster would not let the leader out of his sights. With just a few laps remaining, Webster was able to find a clear track to grab the lead and the win. Webster had the dominant car on Friday, but was denied victory then. It only served to drive the family team to the end result of victory. Webster had won his heat race, so he picked up the additional $600 in the Lee and Jeff Barfield Memorial Clean Sweep award. Luke Hill and David Kelley also claimed heat wins.

The Gladiator main event saw Friday winner Charles Paris Jr. get the lead until a mechanical issue brought his car to a stop in turn four. Kayla Jones then inherited the top spot and took advantage, holding off a determined Wayne Kissam for the win. Paris Jr., Robert Kissam and Troy Dittebrand won preliminaries.

Action in the Winternationals continues with Crate Racin’ USA Late Models and Crate Racin’ USA Street Stocks. Practice will be held on Jan. 25 with three nights of racing to follow on Jan. 26-28.

TOP GUN SPRINTS

Feature – Justin Webster (21), Garrett Green (82), Steve Diamond Jr. (20c), Luke Hill (41), Brandon Grubaugh (G6), Danny Jones (14), Robbie Smith (6S), Tyler Clem (14c), Billy Bridges (11B), Jeff Bye (26), David Kelley (12), Dustin Burtron (97), Tyler Orzechowski (380, Tyler Porter (99), Trey Meredith (11), Aileen Collins-Love (17c), Joe Zuczek (50), Scott Baldwin (4), Owen Dimm (17), Brian Riddle (2M), Lucas Rodriguez (2R), Andrew Griffin (32)

V-8 WARRIOR/THUNDERSTOCKS

Feature – Cody Allen (68), Jerry Rogers (92), Daniel Bowman (46), Michael Hart (99), Derek Gray (189), Juston Meeks (10), Collin Kruse (92c), Raymond Rogers (48), Kyle Kruse (18), Macy Bozeman (58), Jarod Gay (23), Wayne Kissam (07), Nick Brown (12), Justin Scarberry (24), Tim Gay (25).

MINI SPRINTS

Feature – Jo Jo Davis (7), Jesse Foster (1), Bryce Comer (9), Doug Dyal (97D), Mark Reynolds (1NY), Bubba Rains (07R), Charles Landis Jr. (12), David Hall (67), Tyler Landis (66)

MICRO SPRINTS

Feature – Will Karas (48k), Zach LaRose (33Z), Jazlyn Boyles (30), Noelle Ebersole (42), Nadia Ebersole (25), Patrick Moore (14), James Ivey (58), Haley Moore (8), Logan Evans (66). DNS – Cliff Evans (17), Rudy Rodriguez (1)

GLADIATORS

Feature – Kayla Jones (412), Wayne Kissam (4×4), Robert Kissam (911),. Troy Dittebrand (222), Rodney Martin (21), Derrick Edwards (17), Davey Martin (55), Patrick Tabb (22), Jimmy Williams (8w), James Paris (09), Tracy Maynard (62), Ricky Rutledge (4), Charles Paris Jr. (15), Richard Ross (9), Ricky Rutledge (124), Callie Gubich (209), Black Flag Bubba (00). DQ – Jeff Lacey (99)

Diamond, Comer, Karas Repeat in Winternationals

The second night of the 47th annual Winternationals offered a stark contrast to the action seen on opening night. While the opener was dominated by caution-free laps by the dozens, the Friday activity saw the red flag appear in three of the five mains.

The first red flew during the V-8 Warrior/Thunderstock 15-lapper. As the field was slowed for a Tim Gay caution for a turn two spin, Raymond Rogers flipped his car on the frontstretch. Rogers, who was running in the top three at the time of the incident, was not hurt.

The fortune was better for Cody Allen, who had his share of bad luck on Thursday, finishing last. Allen dominated the Friday main, earning the distinction of “worst to first” and [putting himself back in Victory Lane. Allen took two of the three mains in 2022. Heats were won by Nick Brown and Jason Burnside.

Mini Sprint action also drew a red flag when heat race winner Bruce Comer flipped near the halfway mark of the race. The 2021 track champion ended his quest to double down on the night, but his nephew Bryce, winner of the opening night feature, picked up the honors in earning his second win of the year.

Will Karas put together a dominant performance to secure his second win of the week in Micro Sprint action. Karas kept his perfect week going, adding a heat win to his record as local racer Zach LaRose finally brought a win for a Florida driver.

The Gladiators offered up one of the best features of the night with a 15-lap main that ran caution-free. Defending track champion Patrick Tabb took the lead on lap four, but soon found himself dealing with an uncooperative race car. That allowed Charles Paris Jr. an opportunity to grab the lead and a win. Tabb and Paris staked claims to earlier heats.

Justin Webster put on a dominant run that didn’t end as expected with the 25-lap main for the Top Gun Sprints. Webster had built up a substantial lead until coming in contact with a lapped car, which resulted in Webster flipping and ending his chances at a trip to Victory Lane. Tyler Clem came to the front after passing Danny Jones and appeared to be headed to the win until lapped traffic stymied his efforts. The congestion opened a lane for Steve Diamond Jr. who led his first lap at the white flag. It was smooth sailing from there for Diamond to return to the winner’s circle.Cleam, Luke Hill and Andrew Griffin had won their preliminaries.

The final night of action comes Saturday to conclude week one of the 2023 Winternationals.

TOP GUN SPRINTS

Feature – Steve Diamond Jr. (20c), Tyler Clem (14c), Garrett Green (82), Andrew Griffin (32), Danny Jones (14), Billy Bridges (11B), Luke Hill (41), Robbie Smith (6S), Bob Martin (10), Owen Dimm (17), Joe Zuczek (50), Dustin Burtron (97), Tyler Orzechowski (38), Lucas Rodriguez (2R), Trey Meredith (11), Andy Cobb (15), Tyler Porter (99), Scott Baldwin (4), Justin Webster (21), Billy Boyd Jr. (89), Brandon Grubaugh (G6), Bryan Riddle (2M)

V-8 WARRIOR/THUNDERSTOCKS

Feature – Cody Allen (68), Jerry Rogers (92), Jason Burnside (12J), Nick Brown (12), Daniel Bowman (46), Collin Kruse (92c), Derek Gray (189), Jarod Gay (23), Justin Scarberry (24), Wayne Kissam (07), Billy Cassidy (17), Raymond Vann (1), Tim Gay (25), Macy Bozeman (58), Cody Mezyk (40), Raymond Rogers (48), Kyle Kruse (18), Michael Hart (99). DNS – Juston Meeks (10)

GLADIATORS

Feature – Charles Paris Jr. (15), Patrick Tabb (03), Derrick Edwards (17), Jeff Lacey (99), Davey Martin (55), Kayla Jones (412), Robert Kissam (911), Tracy Maynard (62), Randy Tyler (22), Socks Dittebrand (222), Callie Gubich (209), James Paris (09), Wayne Kissam (4×4), Jimmy Williams (8w), Rodney Martin (21), Raymond Rogers Jr. (00), Ricky Rutledge Jr. (124), Jennah Santos (105), Tim Ross (9). DNS – Daniel Bowman (162), Patrick Fiore (88)

MICRO SPRINTS
Feature – Will Karas (48k), Zach LaRose (33Z), Chris Kennedy (2), Cliff Evans (16), Nadia Ebersole (25), Rudy Rodriguez (1), James Ivey (58), Haley Moore (8), Jazlyn Boyles (30), Noelle Ebersole (42), Logan Evans (66), Patrick Moore (14). DNS – Colin Strife

MINI SPRINTS

Feature – Bryce Comer (9), Doug Dyal (97D), David Hall (67), Mark Reynolds (1NY), Bruce Comer (21), Charles Landis Jr. (12), Jo Jo Davis (7), Jesse Foster (1), Tyler Landis (66). DNS – Bubba Rains (07)