I-35 Speedway Results 8-26-23

I-35 Speedway-Winston, Mo.


By: Phillip Wilson-Track Announcer

It was Hwy 36 Auto and Diesel night at I-35 Speedway as 96 cars checked in to provide the fans with the best racing action possible. The Pure Stocks were racing for added money in the annual Mike Knight Memorial race where everyone honors one of the best track prep gurus. In the end one driver walked away with the $700 win and the seven-and-a-half-foot tall trophy.

We started off in the E-Mods where Adam Dunwoodie visited McCarthy Autogroup Victory Lane for the ninth time in 2023. The win didn’t come easy as Dunwoodie had some challengers trying to take the win away. Casey Burnett would race his way to second with Tony Layne right behind him in third as they battled behind Dunwoodie. Aaron Jones made his return tonight with a solid run in fourth after a battle with fifth place finisher Derrick Mahoney who also returned tonight.

The E-Mods set the bar high, but the Pure Stocks were racing for extra money and the huge trophy said “Watch my beverage” as they put on a heck of a show for the fans in memory of Mike Knight. Jacob Starmer got the win, but he had his hands full with his brother Tyler Starmer and Jakub Hisel for much of the race. Second place finisher Tyler Starmer led a majority of the twenty-lap event until Jacob Starmer snagged the lead on lap thirteen. Tyler battled back the final few laps but to no avail. Points leader Jeffrey Sears battled his way to finish third. Jakub Hisel hung his 27 machine on the very top of the track as he battled the Starmers for the lead until the nose exploded on the front of the car which hurt the handling of the car as he still finished a respectable fourth and defending track champion Ava Dixon fought her way up to finish fifth.

Tommy Cordray picked up his second win of the season in the Midwest Limited Late Models. Points leader Houston Johnson finished a close second with Michael King having mechanical issues finished third.

Lonnie Farley picked up his first feature win of the season in the Open Vintage class as he bested a couple of two-time feature winners in second place finisher Mike Lefholz and third place finisher Ron Lefholz.

Tyler Cadwallader picked up his fifth feature win of the season at I-35 Speedway in the USRA B-Mods. At first Cadwallader pulled away, then the points leader and last week’s winner Corey Myers started to reel him in but ran out of laps finishing second. Chris Wright three wheeled his 66x machine to a third-place finish with early challenger Tyler O’Neal in fourth and Doug Heimbaugh finished fifth and his first appearance at I-35 Speedway.

The Medieval USRA Stock Car feature didn’t start off very well for Nic Hanes as going in to turn 3 he made it three wide and spun. Hanes had to restart in the rear then proceeded to come back to the front. Points leader Jeff Dixon led a majority of the feature as he battled side by side with Dalton Swalley and Doug Keller. Dixon would lead lap after lap before Hanes found himself side by side coming off turn four on the last lap and Hanes would beat Dixon to the line by .025 according to the transponders. Dixon would finish second, Doug Keller third, Anthony Robertson would race his way up to finish fourth and Tony Manley ran a good clean race as he finished fifth.

Points leader Tyler Hibner became the first driver to reach double digit wins as captured his tenth USRA Modified feature win of the season. Steven Glenn made it close a few times as he finished second, Lee Hibner was third, with Chad Lyle fourth and Houston Johnson fifth.

Harold Robb Jr picked up his second win in a row as he outpaced points leader Brad Mick. Mick finished second, Jonnathon Hartman, who looks to be close to getting his first win finished third followed by nice runs by Aaron Burrell in fourth and Austin Ziegler in fifth.

Brycen Bouzek picked up his sixth win of the season in the Jr Sport Compacts. Emma Mather had her best run as she finished second, points leader Payton Hanes was third, Maddy Barr fourth and Katelynn Fleming fifth.

Congratulations to our fan of the week Bret Butterfield sponsored by Hibner Racing, Darla Dixon, Kever Racing, JDB Racing Videography and Design and Bud Wilson Family Racing.

Join us next week for Seeburg Muffler Night with The USAC Midwest Wingless Sprint Association invading I-35 Speedway.


Media Results for 8/26/2023 at I-35 Speedway – Winston, MO

USRA Modifieds 12 Entries

A Feature 1 | 00:11:09.791

  1. 89-Tyler Hibner[1]; 2. 26S-Steven Glenn[3]; 3. 99H-Lee Hibner[2]; 4. 18L-Chad Lyle[11]; 5. 97-Houston Johnson[5]; 6. 92-Tyler Grooms[4]; 7. 58-Terry Vantrump[8]; 8. 12-Andrew Thomas[7]; 9. 0-Tony Layne[6]; 10. 31-David Coates[9]; 11. 12JR-Jory Stotts[12]; 12. (DNS) 18-Brad Johnson

Heat 1 | 00:06:28.509

  1. 89-Tyler Hibner[4]; 2. 26S-Steven Glenn[5]; 3. 97-Houston Johnson[6]; 4. 12-Andrew Thomas[3]; 5. 31-David Coates[1]; 6. 18L-Chad Lyle[2]

Heat 2 | 00:06:28.509

  1. 99H-Lee Hibner[2]; 2. 92-Tyler Grooms[5]; 3. 0-Tony Layne[6]; 4. 58-Terry Vantrump[4]; 5. 18-Brad Johnson[1]; 6. 12JR-Jory Stotts[3]

USRA B-Mods 11 Entries

A Feature 1 | 00:09:22.199

  1. 69ER-Tyler Cadwallader[1]; 2. 15X-Corey Myers[4]; 3. 66X-Chris Wright[5]; 4. 27-Tyler O’Neal[2]; 5. 49D-Doug Heimbaugh[8]; 6. 18M-Chase Moulton[6]; 7. 12-Jeff Stotts[7]; 8. 52B-Brandon Barnes[9]; 9. 17L-Chris Leathers[3]; 10. 42C-Clayton Stutesmun[10]; 11. 59-Scott Kunze[11]

Heat 1 | 00:03:43.000

  1. 69ER-Tyler Cadwallader[2]; 2. 15X-Corey Myers[1]; 3. 66X-Chris Wright[4]; 4. 12-Jeff Stotts[5]; 5. 52B-Brandon Barnes[6]; 6. 59-Scott Kunze[3]

Heat 2 | 00:04:25.278

  1. 27-Tyler O’Neal[2]; 2. 17L-Chris Leathers[4]; 3. 18M-Chase Moulton[3]; 4. 49D-Doug Heimbaugh[1]; 5. 42C-Clayton Stutesmun[5]

Medieval USRA Stock Cars 10 Entries

A Feature 1 | 00:15:46.205

  1. 9H-Nic Hanes[2]; 2. 88-Jeff Dixon[3]; 3. 7-Doug Keller[6]; 4. 82M-Anthony Robertson[7]; 5. 3X-Tony Manley[4]; 6. 4D-Dalton Swalley[1]; 7. 47D-Devin Saler[5]; 8. 22H-Tim Hoselton[8]; 9. 14C-Bill Carter[9]; 10. (DNS) 3-Brandon Dixon

Heat 1 | 00:04:38.414

  1. 4D-Dalton Swalley[3]; 2. 88-Jeff Dixon[4]; 3. 47D-Devin Saler[5]; 4. 22H-Tim Hoselton[2]; 5. (DNS) 3-Brandon Dixon

Heat 2 | 00:03:50.893

  1. 9H-Nic Hanes[2]; 2. 3X-Tony Manley[1]; 3. 7-Doug Keller[3]; 4. 82M-Anthony Robertson[5]; 5. 14C-Bill Carter[4]

Pure Stock 20 Entries

A Feature 1 | 00:33:43.748

  1. 11J-Jacob Starmer[3]; 2. 11S-Tyler Starmer[1]; 3. 13J-Jeffrey Sears[11]; 4. 27-Jakub Hisel[4]; 5. 3A-Ava Dixon[2]; 6. 49K-Conrad Kauffman[6]; 7. 20X-Jon Boller Jr[5]; 8. 33M-Tim McCollum[15]; 9. 90-Jason Payne[14]; 10. 78-Isaac Dixon[13]; 11. 95-Bo Eads[8]; 12. 77-Johnnie Price[12]; 13. 16B-Marvin Kauffman[16]; 14. 13B-Devin Baker[10]; 15. 71E-Tyler Etter[19]; 16. 87-Matt Moore[20]; 17. 79-Carter Johnson[7]; 18. 26W-Anthony Whitham[9]; 19. 95S-AJ Sayers[18]; 20. 33-David Granger[17]

Heat 1 | 00:04:30.178

  1. 3A-Ava Dixon[2]; 2. 27-Jakub Hisel[1]; 3. 79-Carter Johnson[3]; 4. 13B-Devin Baker[5]; 5. 78-Isaac Dixon[7]; 6. 16B-Marvin Kauffman[4]; 7. 71E-Tyler Etter[6]

Heat 2 | 00:05:21.963

  1. 11S-Tyler Starmer[3]; 2. 20X-Jon Boller Jr[1]; 3. 95-Bo Eads[2]; 4. 77-Johnnie Price[4]; 5. 33M-Tim McCollum[5]; 6. 33-David Granger[6]; 7. 87-Matt Moore[7]

Heat 3 | 00:04:02.280

  1. 11J-Jacob Starmer[2]; 2. 49K-Conrad Kauffman[1]; 3. 26W-Anthony Whitham[3]; 4. 13J-Jeffrey Sears[5]; 5. 90-Jason Payne[6]; 6. 95S-AJ Sayers[4]

Midwest Limited Late Models 3 Entries

A Feature 1 | 00:04:04.866

  1. 5-Tommy Cordray[1]; 2. 97-Houston Johnson[2]; 3. 12H-Michael King[3]

Heat 1 | 00:03:27.737

  1. 5-Tommy Cordray[1]; 2. 97-Houston Johnson[3]; 3. 12H-Michael King[2]

Economy Mods 17 Entries

A Feature 1 | 00:22:32.152

  1. 33D-Adam Dunwoodie[1]; 2. 23B-Casey Burnett[4]; 3. 71-Tony Layne[2]; 4. 68-Aaron Jones[3]; 5. 19-Derrick Mahoney[6]; 6. 08-Nathan Hampton[10]; 7. 01B-Brett Holman[5]; 8. 21T-Tyler Erickson[7]; 9. 52B-Michael Hascall[12]; 10. 31-Jeremy Pittsenbarger[15]; 11. 14P-Jonathan Parker[14]; 12. 17L-Landen McClure[13]; 13. 23-Bill Penland[16]; 14. 12-Nathan Baker[17]; 15. 65A-Mark Anderson[8]; 16. 2W-Lauren Waterbury[9]; 17. 08D-Dalton Strohl[11]

Heat 1

  1. 33D-Adam Dunwoodie[5]; 2. 01B-Brett Holman[2]; 3. 21T-Tyler Erickson[4]; 4. 08D-Dalton Strohl[1]; 5. 17L-Landen McClure[3]; 6. 23-Bill Penland[6]

Heat 2 | 00:06:58.785

  1. 68-Aaron Jones[3]; 2. 23B-Casey Burnett[5]; 3. 65A-Mark Anderson[2]; 4. 08-Nathan Hampton[6]; 5. 14P-Jonathan Parker[4]; 6. 12-Nathan Baker[1]

Heat 3 | 00:05:44.435

  1. 71-Tony Layne[5]; 2. 19-Derrick Mahoney[2]; 3. 2W-Lauren Waterbury[3]; 4. 52B-Michael Hascall[4]; 5. 31-Jeremy Pittsenbarger[1]

Sport Compact 14 Entries

A Feature 1

  1. 007T-Harold Robb Jr[2]; 2. 31-Brad Mick[1]; 3. 76B-Jonnathon Hartman[4]; 4. 51-Aaron Burrnel[5]; 5. 28-Austin Ziegler[7]; 6. 10-Hunter Throckmorton[8]; 7. 98-Elijah Hoyt[12]; 8. 22V-Lucas Winder[9]; 9. 25M-McKenna King[13]; 10. 04-Laura Davis[11]; 11. 24M-Mike King[10]; 12. 9X-Samuel Moore[6]; 13. 17-Ryan Hinkle[3]; 14. (DNS) 35-Chris Wright

Heat 1

  1. 31-Brad Mick[2]; 2. 007T-Harold Robb Jr[5]; 3. 76B-Jonnathon Hartman[7]; 4. 10-Hunter Throckmorton[1]; 5. 22V-Lucas Winder[4]; 6. 04-Laura Davis[6]; 7. 25M-McKenna King[3]

Heat 2

  1. 17-Ryan Hinkle[1]; 2. 9X-Samuel Moore[2]; 3. 51-Aaron Burrnel[7]; 4. 28-Austin Ziegler[5]; 5. 24M-Mike King[3]; 6. 98-Elijah Hoyt[4]; 7. (DNS) 35-Chris Wright

Jr Sport Compacts 6 Entries

A Feature 1

  1. 75-Brycen Bouzek[2]; 2. 51B-Emma Mather[5]; 3. 9H-Payton Hanes[1]; 4. 43-Maddy Barr[4]; 5. S28-Katelynn Fleming[6]; 6. 35B-Betty Wright[3]

Heat 1

  1. 9H-Payton Hanes[3]; 2. 75-Brycen Bouzek[4]; 3. 35B-Betty Wright[5]; 4. 43-Maddy Barr[1]; 5. 51B-Emma Mather[2]; 6. S28-Katelynn Fleming[6]

Vintage Open 3 Entries

A Feature 1

  1. 44F-Lonnie Farley[3]; 2. 21-Mike Lefholz[1]; 3. 20-Ron Lefholz[2]

Heat 1

  1. 21-Mike Lefholz[1]; 2. 20-Ron Lefholz[3]; 3. 44F-Lonnie Farley[2]



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