I-35 Speedway Race Recap 9-30-23

I-35 Speedway, Winston Mo.


By: Phillip Wilson-Track Announcer

One hundred and ten cars (110) checked in for Casey’s night at the races at I-35 Speedway. It was also fan appreciation night with free general admission sponsored by Larry McFee Trucking, Racin Dirt, Hwy 36 Auto and Diesel and the Johnson’s.

We started out in the E-Mods as George Burnett added another win to his career stats, his first victory of 2023. Tony Layne battled with Burnett through the race but had to settle for second, Chris Dishong has struggled at I-35 lately but would have a nice podium finish in third, points leader Adam Dunwoodie put himself in a hole in his heat race as he had to start tenth but would work his way up to a fourth place finish and Michael Hascall continues his quest to oust Dunwoodie out of the top spot as he finished right behind him in fifth.

In Pure Stock competition Jakub Hisel has been close many times to securing his first victory of the season. But as they say, close only counts in horseshoes and hand-grenades. Tonight, Hisel wouldn’t be denied as he cruised to his first win of 2023. Points leader Jeffrey Sears, after transmission issues in the heat race would race his way up to finish second after starting fourteenth. Rookie driver Bo Eads would win his heat race then proceed to have his best finish of the season in third, rookie Carter Johnson had his best finish as well finishing fourth and Devin Baker would also have his best finish of the season in fifth.

Paul Glendenning would use a nice move with lap traffic to squeeze by points leader and race leader Houston Johnson to pick up his third win of the season in the Midwest Limited Late Models. Johnson would finish second, Tommy Cordray came home third followed by Bobby Ryan and Jake Morris.

Lonnie Farley picked up his third win of the season in the Vintage Open series as he passed and then held off three-time feature winner Ron Lefholz. Ron would finish second with Allen Guthrie third, Mike Lefholz fourth and Steve Tanner fifth.

Stanley Kreisel picked up his second win of the season at I-35 Speedway in the Poweri Midwest Lighting Sprints. Jeff Bard would finish second, Mike Tindell third, the 2023 points champion Trice Roden would finish fourth and last season’s champion Chasity Younger was fifth.

By this time in the season Ethan Issacs usually has a few wins in the USRA B-Mods at I-35 Speedway, tonight Issacs would finally visit McCarthy Autogroup Victory Lane for the first time in 2023. Josh Barnes had a great night as he competed for victory finishing second, Lucas Issacs rebounded from an early spin to finish third, Chase Moulton had a good run in fourth and points leader Corey Myers came home fifth.

I-35 Speedway Medieval USRA Stock Car points leader Jeff Dixon changed the look of his car this week and parked it back in victory lane for the fourth time this season. Dixon had to get by leader Nic Hanes and Danny Holt to claim the victory then had to hold off Holt in the closing laps. Holt would finish second, Hanes third, Scott Brown came home fourth and Bill Carter had a good run in fifth.

Lee Hibner finally got his first USRA Modified win of 2023 as he held off a stout field of competition. At one point, Hibner would lose the lead to Houston Johnson only to gain it back and set sail. Darren Shaw gave chase to Hibner but finished second, Johnson would finish third followed by good runs in fourth for Tyler Grooms and fifth for Richard Layne.

Sport Compacts points leader Brad Mick held off Jonnathon Hartman in the closing laps to claim his eleventh victory of the season. Hartman would take the lead on the inside line as Mick would regain the lead on the outside in the closing laps. Hartman would finish second with Elijah Hoyt in the mix as well finishing third, Ryan Hinkle was fourth and Brad Aleshire fifth.

Grant Sheetz has been close to victory many times this season, but tonight would finally park his Jr Sport Compact in victory Lane for the first time in his career. Points leader Payton Hanes and Maddy Barr traded the lead back-and-forth until Sheetz made his move. Hanes would finish second with Barr in third, Katelynn Fleming came home fourth and Autumn Manley was fifth.

Congratulations to fan of the week winner Treyton Pritchett sponsored by:

Hartman Racing

Corey Myers Racing

David Oxford Racing

Tyler Grooms Racing

Hayes Racing

Keller Racing

Allen Racing

Kunze Racing

Fisk Family Racing

Hibner Racing

Johnson Motorsports

Dalton Strohl Racing

JDB Racing Videography & Design

Join us next week for the McCarthy Auto Group Show Me Spectacular and see more dirt trackin at its best.


USRA Modifieds 12 Entries

A Feature 1

  1. 99H-Lee Hibner[2]; 2. 711-Darren Shaw[6]; 3. 97-Houston Johnson[1]; 4. 92-Tyler Grooms[9]; 5. 0-Richard Layne[7]; 6. 12JR-Jory Stotts[11]; 7. 58-Terry Vantrump[12]; 8. 12-Andrew Thomas[10]; 9. 4B-Eric Brady[5]; 10. 18-Brad Johnson[8]; 11. 89-Tyler Hibner[3]; 12. (DQ) 14-Kameron Grindstaff[4]

Heat 1 | 00:04:33.795

  1. 14-Kameron Grindstaff[1]; 2. 97-Houston Johnson[6]; 3. 4B-Eric Brady[2]; 4. 18-Brad Johnson[3]; 5. 92-Tyler Grooms[5]; 6. 12JR-Jory Stotts[4]

Heat 2 | 00:04:27.836

  1. 89-Tyler Hibner[2]; 2. 99H-Lee Hibner[6]; 3. 711-Darren Shaw[1]; 4. 0-Richard Layne[5]; 5. 12-Andrew Thomas[4]; 6. 58-Terry Vantrump[3]


USRA B-Mods 10 Entries

A Feature 1

  1. 66-Ethan Isaacs[5]; 2. 52J-Josh Barnes[4]; 3. 6-Lucas Isaacs[2]; 4. 18M-Chase Moulton[3]; 5. 15X-Corey Myers[1]; 6. 12P-Perry Milbourn Jr[6]; 7. OK-Tracy Killian[8]; 8. 59-Scott Kunze[7]; 9. 41D-RJ Dishong[10]; 10. (DNS) 10W-Mike Wahwahsuck

Heat 1 | 00:09:23.468

  1. 15X-Corey Myers[1]; 2. 18M-Chase Moulton[4]; 3. 66-Ethan Isaacs[3]; 4. 59-Scott Kunze[5]; 5. 10W-Mike Wahwahsuck[2]

Heat 2 | 00:09:37.776

  1. 6-Lucas Isaacs[1]; 2. 52J-Josh Barnes[2]; 3. 12P-Perry Milbourn Jr[3]; 4. OK-Tracy Killian[4]; 5. 41D-RJ Dishong[5]


Medieval USRA Stock Cars 13 Entries

A Feature 1

  1. 88-Jeff Dixon[5]; 2. 11-Danny Holt[2]; 3. 9H-Nic Hanes[1]; 4. 11B-Scott Brown[4]; 5. 14C-Bill Carter[7]; 6. 11W-Gerald Wahwahsuck[13]; 7. 82M-Anthony Robertson[10]; 8. 7D-Dylan Holt[11]; 9. 139-Michael Woods[9]; 10. 63B-Clayton Brown[8]; 11. 9X-Anthony Manley[12]; 12. 163-Derrick Brown[3]; 13. 31-Jason Parks[6]

Heat 1 | 00:07:36.579

  1. 9H-Nic Hanes[6]; 2. 11B-Scott Brown[1]; 3. 88-Jeff Dixon[5]; 4. 31-Jason Parks[7]; 5. 82M-Anthony Robertson[3]; 6. 7D-Dylan Holt[4]; 7. (DNS) 11W-Gerald Wahwahsuck

Heat 2 | 00:06:45.540

  1. 163-Derrick Brown[1]; 2. 11-Danny Holt[5]; 3. 14C-Bill Carter[2]; 4. 63B-Clayton Brown[3]; 5. 139-Michael Woods[6]; 6. 9X-Anthony Manley[4]


Pure Stock 15 Entries

A Feature 1 | 00:20:12.788

  1. 27-Jakub Hisel[7]; 2. 13-Jeffrey Sears[14]; 3. 95-Bo Eads[1]; 4. 79-Carter Johnson[8]; 5. 13B-Devin Baker[5]; 6. 77-Johnnie Price[3]; 7. 33-David Granger[6]; 8. 10-Albert Curtis[13]; 9. 10R-Christopher Rainey[9]; 10. 78-Isaac Dixon[4]; 11. 31-Jeremy Wendt[15]; 12. 31TJ-Tyler Phillips[2]; 13. 43-Alvin Turner[10]; 14. 71E-Tyler Etter[11]; 15. (DNS) 33B-Brian Rice

Heat 1 | 00:05:33.731

  1. 31TJ-Tyler Phillips[4]; 2. 77-Johnnie Price[6]; 3. 13B-Devin Baker[1]; 4. 27-Jakub Hisel[5]; 5. 10R-Christopher Rainey[2]; 6. 13-Jeffrey Sears[7]; 7. 71E-Tyler Etter[3]; 8. (DNS) 33B-Brian Rice

Heat 2 | 00:07:23.232

  1. 95-Bo Eads[5]; 2. 78-Isaac Dixon[4]; 3. 33-David Granger[6]; 4. 79-Carter Johnson[2]; 5. 43-Alvin Turner[3]; 6. (DNS) 10-Albert Curtis


Midwest Limited Late Models 7 Entries

A Feature 1 | 00:07:58.483

  1. 33-Paul Glendenning[1]; 2. 97-Houston Johnson[2]; 3. 5-Tommy Cordray[3]; 4. 4X-Bobby Ryan[7]; 5. 7J-Jake Morris[4]; 6. 12H-Michael King[5]; 7. (DNS) 02T-Harold Robb Jr

Heat 1

  1. 33-Paul Glendenning[4]; 2. 97-Houston Johnson[2]; 3. 5-Tommy Cordray[5]; 4. 7J-Jake Morris[1]; 5. 4X-Bobby Ryan[7]; 6. 12H-Michael King[3]; 7. 02T-Harold Robb Jr[6]


Economy Mods 20 Entries

A Feature 1 | 00:14:43.736

  1. 23-George Burnett[7]; 2. 71-Tony Layne[2]; 3. 41-Chris Dishong[9]; 4. 33D-Adam Dunwoodie[10]; 5. 31M-Michael Hascall[8]; 6. 65A-Mark Anderson[6]; 7. 15A-Josh Adkins[12]; 8. 14P-Jonathan Parker[4]; 9. 21C-Ryan Thurman[14]; 10. 08-Nathan Hampton[1]; 11. 34-Hayden Wooten[17]; 12. 61-Jeff Degroot[19]; 13. 19-Derrick Mahoney[16]; 14. 17L-Landen McClure[11]; 15. 08D-Dalton Strohl[18]; 16. 52B-Brandon Barnes[5]; 17. 96B-Randall Turner[20]; 18. 56R-Kenny Reed[13]; 19. 01B-Brett Holman[15]; 20. 447-Kenny Prince[3]

Heat 1

  1. 08-Nathan Hampton[3]; 2. 14P-Jonathan Parker[4]; 3. 52B-Brandon Barnes[7]; 4. 17L-Landen McClure[2]; 5. 56R-Kenny Reed[5]; 6. 19-Derrick Mahoney[1]; 7. 61-Jeff Degroot[6]

Heat 2 | 00:03:08.983

  1. 71-Tony Layne[2]; 2. 65A-Mark Anderson[1]; 3. 31M-Michael Hascall[4]; 4. 33D-Adam Dunwoodie[6]; 5. 21C-Ryan Thurman[3]; 6. 34-Hayden Wooten; 7. 96B-Randall Turner[5]

Heat 3 | 00:04:06.541

  1. 447-Kenny Prince[2]; 2. 23-George Burnett[1]; 3. 41-Chris Dishong[4]; 4. 15A-Josh Adkins[3]; 5. 01B-Brett Holman[5]; 6. 08D-Dalton Strohl[6]


Sport Compact 16 Entries

A Feature 1

  1. 31-Brad Mick[2]; 2. 76B-Jonnathon Hartman[3]; 3. 98-Elijah Hoyt[7]; 4. 17-Ryan Hinkle[1]; 5. 47-Brad Aleshire[4]; 6. 007T-Harold Robb Jr[6]; 7. 10-Hunter Throckmorton[8]; 8. 9X-Samuel Moore[5]; 9. 22L-Harold Robb Sr[9]; 10. 5J-Jeremy Sims[16]; 11. 20D-Dakota Cox[10]; 12. 97-Baylee Carter[12]; 13. 28-Austin Ziegler[14]; 14. (DNS) 5F-Franklin Reed; 15. (DNS) R57-Rosie Robb; 16. (DNS) 22V-Lucas Winder

Heat 1

  1. 31-Brad Mick[3]; 2. 17-Ryan Hinkle[8]; 3. 47-Brad Aleshire[7]; 4. 98-Elijah Hoyt[6]; 5. 22L-Harold Robb Sr[5]; 6. 5F-Franklin Reed[2]; 7. 28-Austin Ziegler[4]; 8. 22V-Lucas Winder[1]

Heat 2

  1. 76B-Jonnathon Hartman[3]; 2. 9X-Samuel Moore[1]; 3. 007T-Harold Robb Jr[4]; 4. 10-Hunter Throckmorton[5]; 5. 20D-Dakota Cox[2]; 6. 97-Baylee Carter[6]; 7. R57-Rosie Robb[8]; 8. 5J-Jeremy Sims[7]


Midwest Lightning Sprints 6 Entries

A Feature 1

  1. 18-Stanley Kreisel[1]; 2. 74C-Jeff Bard[4]; 3. 91-Mike Tindell[3]; 4. 27R-Trice Roden[5]; 5. 10-Chasity Younger[2]

Heat 1

  1. 18-Stanley Kreisel[6]; 2. 10-Chasity Younger[2]; 3. 74C-Jeff Bard[3]; 4. 91-Mike Tindell[5]; 5. 27R-Trice Roden[4]; 6. 49B-Kenny Bowers[1]


Jr Sport Compacts 5 Entries

A Feature 1

  1. 64-Grant Sheetz[5]; 2. 9H-Payton Hanes[1]; 3. 43-Maddy Barr[2]; 4. S28-Katelynn Fleming[4]; 5. 39X-Autumn Manley[3]

Heat 1

  1. 9H-Payton Hanes[4]; 2. 43-Maddy Barr[5]; 3. 39X-Autumn Manley[3]; 4. S28-Katelynn Fleming[2]; 5. 64-Grant Sheetz[1]


Vintage Open 6 Entries

A Feature 1

  1. 44F-Lonnie Farley[1]; 2. 20-Ron Lefholz[2]; 3. 51-Allen Guthrie[4]; 4. 21-Mike Lefholz[3]; 5. C2-Steve Tanner[6]; 6. (DNS) 2X-Walt Ryan

Heat 1

  1. 44F-Lonnie Farley[5]; 2. 20-Ron Lefholz[1]; 3. 21-Mike Lefholz[4]; 4. 51-Allen Guthrie[3]; 5. 2X-Walt Ryan[2]; 6. C2-Steve Tanner[6]


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