Moughan and Hall double the fun on “Night of the Twins”
BURLINGTON, IA (8-17-13) – (By Bill W and Dana Royer) – At 34 Raceway’s “Night of the Twins” for the Brockway Mechanical & Roofing Sprint Invaders, Joey Moughan and Russ Hall were the show with Hall an Moughan both getting wins in their 360 sprints. Also getting wins were Chris Simpson, Oxford, Iowa (late models), Shon Sanders, East Moline, Il. (mod lites), and Ron Kibbe, Danville (4 Cylinders).
Coming Up this Saturday, August 24 will be $5 Fan Appreciation Night and Season Championships for all classes at 34 Raceway. Grandstand admission is just $5 with kids 10 and under admitted free. Plus 4-Hers in their green 4-H shirts will be admitted free on I-Wireless, Denny Woodworth Attorney At Law and JL Scrap Metals Night.
Moughan swept his heat the Dash and the first feature, while Hall put on a show in the second main event, winning from the 17th starting spot at 34 Raceway in Burlington, Iowa. After winning his heat and the Dash, Moughan, of Springfield, Illinois, drew a two to start outside row one of the first . The only caution in the 20-lapper flew on lap five, for a slowing Matt Krieger. Moughan stormed away on the restart ahead of Miranda Arnold, Dustin Selvage, Russ Hall and Paul Nienhiser. While Nienhiser, who won the season opener at 34 Raceway climbed to third by lap 13, Hall was close behind him and took the spot on lap 16. He would grab second from Arnold two laps later, but Moughan had a straightaway lead, and captured his second Sprint Invaders win at the 3/8-mile oval and fourth overall with the series. Hall was second ahead of Arnold, Nienhiser and Josh Schneiderman. Selvage, Matt Sutton, Justyn Cox, Chris Martin and Jarrod Schneiderman rounded out the top ten. “Clean air and a good draw really helped us tonight,” said Moughan in Victory Lane. “I think I’ll go to the casino tonight. The engine really ran well when I could get it cleaned out. We didn’t know if we’d even come today, so this is neat. I’d pretty much run anything with wheels here at this track. It’s a great facility. It has high speed and finesse. Most tracks don’t have that diversity.”
Amazingly, eighteen drivers finished the first feature on the lead lap, putting Moughan and Hall in row nine on the inversion for the second main event. Ryan Jamison started outside row one and took the advantage early over pole-sitter Mike Houseman Jr. and Jimmy Davies. Just past the halfway mark, the only caution of the event came for Krieger’s flat left rear tire. Jamison led Davies, Justin Newberry, Jarrod Schneiderman and Houseman back to green. Hall had made his way to seventh, and on the restart passed four cars on the high side. The start was called back, however, when Arnold slowed with a flat tire. The high line remained open for Hall on the second try as well, and within three laps, he had Jamison in his sights, passing him for the point to complete lap fourteen. Jamison retired soon thereafter, while Hall cruised to his first career win in exciting fashion at 34 Raceway. It was his third career series’ win and unofficially put him 100 points ahead of second place Selvage heading into the season finale. Davies held onto second, ahead of Jarrod Schneiderman, Newberry and Selvage. Nienhiser, Moughan, Daniel Bergquist, Houseman and Andy Huston rounded out the top ten. “The caution definitely helped,” said Hall. “We had the first restart, and we went to the top and went by three or four of them. I thought for sure a couple guys would jump to the top on the second restart, but they didn’t. That was the key to our victory, running the top and them running the bottom. Joining Moughan as heat race winners were Hall, Huston and Selvage. Krieger won the B main. John Greenwood was the lone flip victim of the night in heat race number three. He was uninjured, but done for the night.
The Brockway Mechanical & Roofing Sprint Invaders conclude their 2013 campaign in their Season Championship at the 34 Raceway on Saturday night, September 21.
In other racing action on the night Ron Kibbie, Danville, picked up his first win at 34 Raceway passing Rachael Reger, Burlington on the last lap to take the checkered flag. Wayne Noble followed to finish second with Reger, Kimberly Abbot and Austen Becerra rounding out the top five in the nineteen car field.
An unusually small field of Mod Lites took to the track with Shon Sanders picking up his second feature win at 34 Raceway this season. Sanders took the lead at the drop of the green and went on to win the twelve lap feature.
Chris Simpson, Oxford, Iowa passed Mark Burgtorf on lap seventee nof the twenty lap UMP Late Model feature and pulled away to get his first 34 Raceway win this year. Burgtorf had developed a sizeable lead but Simpson would close in on the leader and on lap seventeen went to the inside of Burgtorf to take the lead.
A Main #1 (started), 20 laps: 1. 15m, Joey Moughan, Springfield, IL (2) 2. 45c, Russ Hall, Pleasant Hill, IA (4) 3. 5m, Miranda Arnold, Sedalia, MO (1) 4. 9, Paul Nienhiser, Chapin, IL (6) 5. 2, Josh Schneiderman, West Burlington, IA (10) 6. 73, Dustin Selvage, Indianola, IA (3) 7. 3, Matt Sutton, Macomb, IL (5) 8. 5H, Justyn Cox, Clarksburg, CA (11) 9. 44, Chris Martin, Ankeny, IA (12) 10. 14s, Jarrod Schneiderman, West Burlington, IA (9) 11. 40, Andy Huston, Roseville, IL (8) 12. 36, Justin Newberry, West Burlington, IA (15) 13. 39x, Alan Ambers, Knoxville, IA (14) 14. 15, Bobby Mincer, Burlington, IA (16) 15. 9D, Daniel Bergquist, Burlington, IA (21, prov.) 16. 99, Jimmy Davies, Oquawka, IL (20) 17. 51J, Ryan Jamison, Mediapolis, IA (19) 18. 68, Mike Houseman Jr., Des Moines, IA (18) 19. 7H, John Hall, Marion, IA (7) 20. 50P, Harold Pohren, Lowell, IA (13) 21. 56, Matt Krieger, Burlington, IA (17). Lap Leader: Moughan 1-20.KSE Hard Charger: Bergquist.
A Main #2 (started), 20 laps: 1. Russ Hall (17) 2. Jimmy Davies (3) 3. Jarrod Schneiderman (9) 4. Justin Newberry (7) 5. Dustin Selvage (13) 6. Paul Nienhiser (15) 7. Joey Moughan (18) 8. Daniel Bergquist (4) 9. Mike Houseman Jr. (1) 10. Andy Huston (8) 11. Josh Schneiderman (14) 12. Chris Martin (10) 13. Justyn Cox (11) 14. Matt Sutton (12) 15. Harold Pohren (20) 16. John Hall (19) 17. Ryan Jamison (2) 18. Miranda Arnold (16) 19. Matt Krieger (21) 20. Bobby Mincer (5) 21. Alan Ambers (6). Lap Leaders: Jamison 1-13, R. Hall 14-20. KSE Hard Charger: R. Hall.
Advanced Plumbing & Mechanical Heat one (started, top four to A main, top two to Dash, 8 laps): 1. Russ Hall (1) 2. Paul Nienhiser (4) 3. Jarrod Schneiderman (6) 4. Harold Pohren (2) / 5. Jimmy Davies (5) 6. 83, Dave Getchell, Sperry, IA (3) DNS – 1, Jayson Ditsworth, Gladstone, IL
Huston Land Improvement Heat two (started, top four to A main, top two to Dash, 8 laps): 1. Andy Huston (2) 2. John Hall (1) 3. Josh Schneiderman (3) 4. Alan Ambers (7) / 5. 2x, Pat Moore, Moline, IL (6) 6. 7, Nick Guernsey, Burlington, IA (5) 7. Mike Houseman Jr. (4)
CenPeCo Heat three (started, top four to A main, top two to Dash, 8 laps): 1. Joey Moughan (1) 2. Matt Sutton (5) 3. Justyn Cox (7) 4. Justin Newberry (2) / 5. Matt Krieger (3) 6. 10T, Tim Moore, Rock Island, IL (6) 7. 1st, John Greenwood, Woodward, IA (4)
Brockway Mechanical & Roofing Heat four (started, top four to A main, top two to Dash, 8 laps): 1. Dustin Selvage (2) 2. Miranda Arnold (1) 3. Chris Martin (3) 4. Bobby Mincer (6) / 5. Ryan Jamison (5) 6. Daniel Bergquist (7) 7. 85, Chase Wanner, Agency, IA (4)
Budweiser “King of Beers” Shake-up Dash (started, 6 laps): 1. Joey Moughan (2) 2. Dustin Selvage (1) 3. Russ Hall (6) 4. Matt Sutton (4) 5. Paul Nienhiser (3) 6. Miranda Arnold (5) 7. John Hall (7) 8. Andy Huston (8)
B main (started, top four to A main, 12 laps): 1. Matt Krieger (3) 2. Mike Houseman Jr. (10) 3. Ryan Jamison (4) 4. Jimmy Davies (1) / 5. Daniel Bergquist (8) 6. Pat Moore (2) 7. Dave Getchell (5) 8. Nick Guernsey (6) 9. Chase Wanner (11) 10. Tim Moore (7) 11. Jayson Ditsworth (9) DNS – John Greenwood
Contingencies Weld – Ryan Jamison, Harold Pohren , Saldana Racing Products – Andy Huston, Matt Sutton SBI – Justin Newberry, Bobby Mincer
I CONNECT YOU/LOUISA COMMUNICATIONS 4 CYLINDERS
FEATURE: 1. Ron Kibbe, Danville, 2. Wayne Noble, Wapello, 3. Rachael Reger, Burlington, 4 Kimberly Abbott, Camp Point, Il., 5. Austen Becerra, Carthage, Il., 6. Ken Stogdell, East Moline, Il., 7. Jacob Brown, Wapello, 8. John Whalen, Ainsworth, 9. Jerrod Nichols, Stronghurst, Il., 10. Bryerson Tharp, Grandiew, 11. Roy
Norton, Burlington, 12. Casey Mehaffy, Danville, 13. Shawn Baker, Burlington, 14. Kevin Mortimer, Biggsville, Il., 15. Mike Hornung, Keokuk, 16. Travis Smith, LaHarpe, Il., 17. Dakota Fenton, Burlington, 18. Brian Mehaffy, Danville, 19. Alyssa Steele, Keokuk. HEAT WINNERS: Kibbe, Noble.
FEATURE: 1. Shon Sanders, East Moine, Il., 2. Evan Epperson, Muscatine, 3. Justin Buchholz, Davenport, 4. Devon Rouse, Burlington, 5.
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