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Bad Luck Derails McDougal's Chili Bowl Hopes!
Story by Walker Racing Promotions. Phot by Phil Pace.
| January 20, 2014 - Coming into the Chili Bowl as a complete rookie in a Midget, Jason McDougal was hoping to get laps, learn more about the car, and have a decent run. While coming in with the hot hand after earning runner up honors at the Tulsa Shootout, lady luck just did not want to side with McDougal. Right from the get go on his preliminary night, the bad luck had started to hit. Not even having a chance to run his heat race on Thursday night as the fuel pill was gone, not allowing the car to start. Immediately being put in a hole, McDougal was already forced to the C-Main and he hadn't even completed an official lap yet. Coming from all the way in the back of the C-Main from 15th, McDougal was already into 11th on lap one, until the night turned even worse. As a pileup in turns 3 & 4 ensued on lap one as he came flying through the field it looked as if he was going to make it through. Until a car looped it right in front of McDougal, leaving him with nowhere to go and a broken front axle. Come feature time on Saturday McDougal was buried down deep in the L-Main, but hope was never lost. After scratches were counted and cars dropped out, he was onto the K-Main where he would put on a show coming from 15th to 3rd. The impressive drive earned him a transfer onto the J-Main. Unfortunately, the J-Main is where McDougal's bid to run the alphabet soup would come to a close as the idle bolt broke, not allowing him to start the event yet again. Although the Chili Bowl did not go the way it was planned, McDougal still got some valuable seat time when he was on the track. A special thank you to Tommy Gray, Vacuworx Global, and all of our sponsors, friends, fans, and family that supported us throughout the week. As of right now it looks like we will be running multiple Midget races in 2014, so make sure you keep with Jason McDougal Racing!
MCDOUGAL STORMS INTO NATIONAL SPOTLIGHT WITH STELLAR SHOOTOUT RUN
Story by Walker Racing Promotions Tulsa, Oklahoma | January 11, 2014 - In just his fourth Tulsa Shootout and first to run four classes at, Jason McDougal has charged onto the racing scene and opened many eyes. After coming so close to starting all four championship A-Mains, he was still able to be in the battle for one Golden Driller, which he almost won. After a year of running A-Class and Outlaw expectations were already high heading into the 29th annual Speedway Motors Tulsa Shootout. Entering the race running in A-Class, Non-Wing A-Class, Outlaw Non-Wing, and Outlaw. Coming into the event, McDougal had ran about 2-3 Non-Wing races all year long! The inexperience didn't show, because there was none! After hardly running any Non-Wing racing all year long, he showed up to the Shootout and beat some of the best in the country and almost brought home a Golden Driller. Heat race action kicked the week off strong with the Broken Arrow native charging from 7th to 2nd in Outlaw Non-Wing, 1st to 1st in A-Class, 8th to 1st in Non-Wing A-Class, and 8th to 3rd in Outlaw. All of the showings were good enough to lock him into a Qualifier for every class. The luck seemed to disappear in qualifier action after dropping from 2nd to 7th in Outlaw, blowing a motor in Non-Wing A-Class, coming from 3rd to 2nd in Outlaw Non-Wing, and coming from 6th to 4th in A-Class. After all the dust had settled he would be locked into one A-Main and three B-Mains. McDougal would find himself one spot short of a transfer after finishing 3rd in the Outlaw B-Main and two spots short after finishing 4th in the Non-Wing A-Class B-Main. He would go onto to win the A-Class B-Main, grab 4th in the LCQ and earn a transfer. Heading into feature time he would be locked into two out of the four classes he entered in. The Non-Wing Outlaw A-Main would be the race of the night when McDougal rolled off the ramp from the 6th grid. When the racing began he would immediately run his normal line and go straight to the cushion. He would remain there all race long and would not move that car off the high side and it would work. Slowly picking off cars and allowing others to take themselves out, McDougal would quickly find himself in the top three. For the final ten laps an intense three car battle for the lead would break out and McDougal would be right in the mix. As the laps clicked down he looked as if he was about to make a move for the lead and if it wasn't for a yellow with two laps to go, who knows what the outcome would've been. Unfortunately though on the following restart Steven Shebester got a great jump and was able to grab the win while McDougal would settle for an impressive 2nd place finish. The A-Class A-Main did not share the great results as after starting from 20th and moving up quickly, a blown motor would force McDougal to the infield ending his Tulsa Shootout. Still turned out to be an incredible event for the 16 year old hometown hero with two A-Main starts and a runner up finish. A special thank you to all the fans, friends, family, and sponsors that help out like Factor One Racing, CSI Shocks, Lightning Wings, Broken Arrow Powder Coating, Butler Built, Hinchman Race Wear, Hoosier Tires, Sewell Mechanical, Paul Albers Performance Plus, MychronTom, and Oakley. Outlaw Results: Heat (3rd), Qualifier (7th), B-Main (3rd). Non-Wing A-Class Results: Heat (1st), Qualifier (9th), B-Main (4th). Outlaw Non-Wng Results: Heat (2nd), Qualifier (2nd), A-Main (2nd). A-Class Results: Heat (1st), Qualifier (4th), B-Main (1st), LCQ (4th), A-Main (23rd). Jason McDougal Racing: You can keep with Jason and his racing career by following him on Facebook at Jason McDougal Racing.
TYLER RIX WINS THE RESTRICTOR CHAMPIONSHIP IN HIS ROOKIE YEAR!! Tyler Rix took Southern Illinois Raceway by storm this year. Tyler is 11 years
old. He won 6 A Features in the 2013 race season. He drives a 2004 Factor 1
owned by CRC Motorsports. Tyler beat out his brother Trevor by 90 points for
the Championship. We are proud of both boys for their accomplishments in their
Rookie year. CONGRATULATIONS TYLER!!
TREVOR RIX FINISHES 2ND IN POINTS AT SOUTHERN IL RACEWAY
In his first year racing, Trevor Rix showed everyone at Southern
Illinois Raceway that he knows his way around the track. Trevor
finished second in points. He drives a 2001 Factor 1 owned by
RIX Enterprises. Trevor is 10 years old and has a great start to
his racing career. CONGRATULATIONS TREVOR!!
TYLER RIX WINS 6 A FEATURES
Tyler Rix took home 6 A Feature wins in his
Rookie year at Southern Illinois Raceway.
TREVOR RIX WINS RESTRICTOR A FEATURE
Trevor Rix took home 1 A Feature win this year and several 2nd place
finishes this year in his Rookie year at Southern Illinois Raceway.
AARON BARMORE WINS NONWING FLING AT GULF COAST SPEEDWAY.
Aaron Barmore wins the annual Non-Wing Fling at Gulf Coast Speedway. This is Aaron’s second time to win this prestigious two day event that marks the closing of the racing season each year at GCS. Aaron is a past four time A-Class Champion at GCS. Since attending Sam Houston State University, he has run a limited schedule this year, with feature victories at GCS and Royal Purple Speedway BRANDON ROSE WINS 2013 CHAMPIONSHIP AT MIAMI COUNTY SPEEDWAY
Brandon Rose took a slim (1 point) 2013 track championship points lead into Saturday nights race at Miami Co. Speedway, IN and won the feature running the high side in his MX5 Factor1 for his 3rd Track Championship in a row at MCS in the Outlaw Non-Wing class
BRANDON ROSE WINS NONWING BONANZA
Brandon Rose wins $1,000 "Non-Wing" Mid-Season Bonanza at Miami Co, Speedway Peru, IN.. Saturday night in his MX5 Factor 1... 42 cars were signed in.
DAKOTA RICK WINS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AT AMARILLO'S FALLEN RACER MEMORIAL!!
This past weekend at the Fallen Racer Memorial at Amarillo Modified Midget Speedway (aka Viper Speedway), Dakota Ricks won the preliminary on friday night and also the Main on Saturday night. That makes 4 wins since moving into a Factor 1 chassis. GREAT JOB DAKOTA!!!!
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TYLER RIX WINS 5 IN A ROW!!!!
Tyler Rix is now five in a row at Southern Illinois Raceway in the restrictor class driving the CRC Motorsports"Frankenstein" Factor 1.GREAT JOB TYLER!!!!
ALEC FRISELL TAKES HOME THE WIN IN HIS NEW FACTOR 1
Alec Frisell had a fantastic night Saturday, winning his heat race, winning his
trophy dash and then taking the lead in the A Feature and going all the way!
Alec has a great looking car and is a great wheel man too!
STERLING HOFF WINS 2 WEEKS IN A ROW!!! THIS TIME IN THE NONWING
Sterling Hoff took home the WIN in the Nonwing Class and a 2nd place
finsh in the A Class. This young man is HOT right now!!!
STERLING HOFF WINS AT I44 RIVERSIDE SPEEDWAY!!!
Sterling Hoff started of the A Class A Feature in 11th place and showed everyone
how to go to the front and bring home the WIN!!! CONGRATULATIONS STERLING!!
He also ran the Nonwing Class and started 18 and ran her up to 3rd place before he
ran out of laps.
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Factor One Racing Inc Receives 2013 Best of Broken Arrow Award
Broken Arrow Award Program Honors the Achievement
BROKEN ARROW August 14, 2013 -- Factor One Racing Inc has been selected for the 2013 Best of Broken Arrow Award in the Automobile Performance, Racing & Sports Car Equipment category by the Broken Arrow Award Program.
Each year, the Broken Arrow Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community. These exceptional companies help make the Broken Arrow area a great place to live, work and play.
Various sources of information were gathered and analyzed to choose the winners in each category. The 2013 Broken Arrow Award Program focuses on quality, not quantity. Winners are determined based on the information gathered both internally by the Broken Arrow Award Program and data provided by third parties.
About Broken Arrow Award Program
The Broken Arrow Award Program is an annual awards program honoring the achievements and accomplishments of local businesses throughout the Broken Arrow area. Recognition is given to those companies that have shown the ability to use their best practices and implemented programs to generate competitive advantages and long-term value.
The Broken Arrow Award Program was established to recognize the best of local businesses in our community. Our organization works exclusively with local business owners, trade groups, professional associations and other business advertising and marketing groups. Our mission is to recognize the small business community's contributions to the U.S. economy.
SOURCE: Broken Arrow Award Program
DEREK STEEN WINS AT LAKEFIELD, MN!!!
Derek Steen won the Jackson Nationals at Lakefield, MN on
Saturday August 31 after finishing 2nd in Friday preiminary races.
This is his 2nd A Feature Win this season!!
DAKOTA RICKS WINS HIS FIRST A FEATURE!!!
14 year old Dakota Ricks brought home his first WIN in his 2003 Factor 1 this weekend.
Dakota races in the 250 B Class at Tri-State Speedway in Amarillo. CONGRATULATIONS
on your win and get ready for many more in your future.
SPENCER MARTINEZ WINS NONWING A FEATURE!!!
Spencer Martinez took his Factor 1 Nonwing car to Victory Lane last weekend.
Spencer emailed me: Started 12th took the lead in 5 laps and lapped up to 5th out of 20 car. Then drove to the Win.
Thank you everyone at Factor One Racing for your help and support.
FRANK FLUD WINS 4 A FEATURES IN HIS #25 & #81 FACTOR 1's THIS WEEKEND!!
Frank Flud took 2 victories home Friday at Outlaw Motorsports Park, one in the
A Class and the other in the Multi Class.
Saturday night he followed up the Wins with 2 more A Feature wins at PCR
in the A Class and the Multi Class.
CRAIG CARROLL TAKES HOME A WIN AT OUTLAW MOTORSPORTS PARK!!
photo by BGH Photos Craig raced at Outlaw Motorsports Park Friday and bought home the win.
Craig is a fun driver to watch.
JOEL FRITZ WINS THE 2013 JAY HUSTER SHOOTOUT!!!
Joel Fritz takes home the trophy at the 2013 Jay Huskers Shootout.
Joel does a fantastic job with his Performance Plus powered Factor 1.
JERD CECH TAKES HOME ANOTHER VICTORY WITH HIS NEW MX91!!
Jerd Cech picked up his new MX91 a month ago and has already put in the winners circle twice. Jerd
also has 3 second place finishes in this car. Congratulations Jerd!!! I am sure you have many more
wins coming your way.
BLAKE BATTLES TAKES HOME THE VICTORY IN RESTRICTOR CLASS
photo by BGH Photos Blake Battles drove a hard race and on the last lap and the last corner took over the lead for
the Victory. Blake is one heck of a driver and a fine young man. Blake has many wins in the Jr Sprint
class and I am sure has many more in him.
CRAIG CARROLL WINS HIS 3RD A FEATURE IN A ROW.
photo by BGH Photos Craig Carroll is another young gun to keep an eye on. He has won 3 features in a row at Port City
Raceway. He should have had a fourth win Saturday night but got caught up in a wreck with 2 lapped
cars. He had a straightaway lead, 2 lappers tangled and collected Craig in between turn 3 & 4. With no
where to go, Craig would have to go to the rear of the pack and ran out of laps to try to get the lead back.
TRISTAN OAKES DOMINATES FIRECRACKER 40 TAKING HOME THE WINS BOTH NIGHTS.
Tristan Oakes dominated the Restrictor Class this last weekend at Port City Raceway. With a Win Friday
night and then again on Saturday night, this young man is on fire. He is having a great season. We are
very proud of Tristan!
TYER WINS KENNEDALE!!!
The Tyer family had a great weekend. Jason won at Kennedale Speedway in Ft Worth, and daughter Tori finished 3rd in her kart this weekend. She is following in her Daddy's footsteps.
Nice job Tyer family!!
JERED CHEC WINS B FEATURE, THEN A FEATURE IN MICHIGAN!!
Jared Chec traveled to race in Michigan last weekend. Had to run the B Feature, Won the B Feature, started on the back of the A Feature and Won the A Feature too!!! He loves his MX9 that used to be
Kevin Bayers car. Jared bought a new car last month and says he almost has the setup
right on it, he has three 2nd place finishes in that car. CONGRATULATIONS JARED!!
photo by BGH Photos photo by BGH Photos CRAIG CARROLL TAKES HOME THE WIN AT OUTLAW SPEEDWAY AND PORT CITY!!!
Craig has been hot!!! He ran at Outlaw Speedway Friday. Qualified for the Pole and took home the win!!
Saturday night at Port City, Craig started in the 6th row and showed everyone how to go to the front and
take home the win. Craig is so fun to watch when he races. He is a very clean driver. CONGRATULATIONS CRAIG!!
QUINN JONES WINS SWEET SPRINGS AGAIN!!
Gotta give the whole Knipmeyer racing team a shout again this week, Quinn won the A class, Jacob Knipmeyer was 2nd in the non wing and Brayden had his high finish of the year in the Junior Sprint. Quinn is working down this way and stopped by the shop a couple days last week.
You guys have a good run going this year, keep up the good work!
ALEC FRISELL DEBUTS HIS NEW MX91 WITH WEEKEND SWEEP!!
Alec finally brought out his new MX91 last weekend and won first nite out at Hastings, Neb. and followed up his first win with another win in Fairbury, Neb from 8th starting spot. Nice job Alec and Steve
FRANK FLUD IS NONWING NATIONALS CHAMPION IN THE OUTLAW CLASS!!
Frank Flud brought the win home for Ross Racing at Port City's Nonwing Nationals Finale.
BLAKE BATTLES IS NONWING NATIONALS CHAMPION IN JR SPRINT CLASS!!
This little man is the one to watch in the Jr Sprint Class. He is very fast and
very smooth! Congratulations Blake.
KEVIN BAYERS WINS NONWING NATIONALS NIGHT #1 OUTLAW A FEATURE!!
Kevin Bayer was HOT Friday night!!! Running the top at Port City's Nonwing Nationals showing
everyone how to put on a show...Best racing I have seen in a while!!
KINZER EDWARDS TAKES HOME THE TROPHY AT CANEY VALLEY SPEEDWAY!
Kinzer Edwards traveled to Caney Valley Speedway last weekend and showed them
how it is done. Congratulations Kinzer for bringing the trophy home.
FRANK FLUD WINS AT PORT CITY RACEWAY!
Frank Flud goes home with another VICTORY!
JAKE NAIL TAKES HOME ANOTHER A FEATURE WIN AT PORT CITY RACEWAY
This young man is going to be one to watch. He has been HOT. CONGRATULATIONS JAKE!
Jason McDougal and Mason McGuire Wins I-44
Jason got his first feature win this after moving up from the Restrictor class, he started in the 12th spot. Jason has gotten smoother every week and used that to his advantage on the slick track Saturday nite.
In the Restrictor Class, Mason McGuire picked up a Win after having carb problems in the heat race. He
was followed by Lyndon Harvey in 2nd, Tanner Conn in 3rd and Steven Smith took home 5th place.
Cody Coles, Frank Flud, and Jake Nail Wins at PCR
Cody Coles got his first feature win Saturday nite in the Sportsman Class at Port City Mike Ross's team again doubled up at Port City with Frank Flud winning the Outlaw Class and Jake Nail winning the Junior Sprint feature. Frank Flud doing double duty in Mike's A car had a fourth place finish in that class. Another good nite for the Ross Racing Team.
Chris Smith wins feature in Indiana
Chris ran nonwing and the senior class at Miami County Speedway 5-4-13. Won the heats and features in both classes.
Conde Wins at Visalia -
Shawn Conde didn't waste no time getting used to his new MX91. Shawn won Stockton, Calif. Outlaw feature in only his third or fourth race out. Last week he was second at Dickson, Calif.
Oakes Wins his 2nd I-44 Feature
Tristin Oakes contined his I-44 Hot streak by winning his second feature of the year, to go with his win and second place at the Craighead Memorial. Lyndon Harvey was forth and Tanner Conn sixth.
Will Harvey Sweeps Pocono -
Last weekend Will sweep the entire show in the F2000 class back in Penn. I know there's some pictures and I will try to get some.
It did not take Will very long to go from dirt to asphalt.
Nice job Will and Mark
Flud wins Port City Outlaws -
Being out of town at the Craighead Memorial kinda put us behind and I haven't had time to sit down and go over last weeks finishes.
Frank Flud in his Mike Ross Racing Outlaw won the Outlaw class at Port City by a straight away, with Kevin Bayer finishing second from a rear starting spot.
Oakes - Harvey Win Craighead Memorial Restrictor Features -
Tristrin Oakes won the first nite of the Craighead Memorial at I-44 Speedway with Lyndon Harvery 2nd and Joey Schmidt 3rd. the second nite was probably one of the best races in any class that I have ever seen. Oakes, Harvey and Schmidt all trying to use lap traffic to there advandatage, it was great.
Lyndon Harvey came out on top with Tristin Oakes a close second and Joey Schmidt had actually closed in on the leaders but ran out of laps. Forth was Stephen Smith who got the fuel system demons off his back and was very fast. Tanner Conn was sixth.
Factor 1 had 5 of the top 6 cars, way to go guys
Lyndon Harvey Wins Restrictor Class
Wow!! What a night of some fantastic racing!! We conquered the fuel gremlins and pulled off a 4th place finish in one of the most hairy, exciting Restrictor races we've ever seen. Congratulations to Lyndon Harvey on the win!! Tristin Oakes 2nd, Joey Schimdt 3rd, Stephen Smith 4th, and Logan Davis who rounded out the top 5! Kudos to the entire field . . you put on quite the show toni...ght! Says something about Factor 1 Racing who had 5 of the top 6 cars on the field tonight A special thanks to I44 Riverside Speedway for giving us this show and all our friends (so many to list) for your continued encouragement and support. Oh! And, big congrats to Grady Chandler on his Multi win!! Now, this is what it's all about .
. . Nathan Rainey Wins I-44 Junior Sprint -
I think this is 3 or 4 features already this year for Nathan, great way to start the season.
Nathan also ran fifth in his first Restrictor race last week.
Sterling Hoff Hot steak continues -at I44 Riverside Speedway
Windthorst, Texas's Sterling Hoff who won last weeks A class feature at I-44 dominating hot streak continued this week with a 2nd place finish in the A class. Sterling who also started deep in the feild in the non wing had that feature in the bag when his adjustable steering mount moved and forced him to the pits while leading.
Christian Kinnison also had a good nite running 3rd A class and 5th non wing.
It was a very good nite for our Factor 1 guys, Hoff 2nd, kinnison 3rd, Blake Dacus 4th Tyler Gordon 5th, Dalton Terrell 6th Jason McDougal 7th Chris Lloyd 9th Tommy White 10th Lyndon Harvey Sweeps I-44 Restrictors
Lyndon picked up where he left off at the Craighead Memorial sweeping the Restrictor class.
Tanner Conn last weeks winner finished second with a hard charging Stephen Smith 4th with brother and sister Jance and Jessica down from Kansas 5th and sixth. Tanner Conn also got the hard charger award.
It was great everyone had a blast some great racing and outta their by 10:30.
It was a Mike Ross Racing nite, with his drivers taking three of the four classes.
Frank Flud won the A class and ran 3rd in the non wing class.
Kaylee Bryson Mike's granddaughter won her first Restrictor feature of the year.
Jake Nail won Mike his third feature of the nite in the Junior Sprints.
I really had fun last nite, Jason ran 5th in the non wing and third in the winged.
Chad Winfrey wins Sweet Springs non wing opener in his MX91.
Jacob Knippmeyer finished 5th in his MX12.
KEVIN BAYER AND JOEY SCHMIDT DOMINATE THE 2013 SPRING FLING!!
Kevin Bayer started out the weekend winning Port City’s 2nd season weekly race on Friday. On Saturday, Port City started their rainout makeup for the 2013 Spring Fling. Kevin won his heatand ran away with the feature for his 2nd win of the weekend. This win gave Kevin a front rowStarting position for the Finale A Feature. Kevin’s car was a rocket, he and his Dad Kenny hadthe setup perfect and the driver was fantastic. Kevin took the lead in the Finale a featureand never looked back…
3 A FEATURE WINS IN 24 HOURS!!! WHAT A FEAT!!!
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2013 SPRING FLING OUTLAW CHAMPION!!!
Joey Schmidt won his heat race in the Spring Fling opener races and followed that up with a Win in the A Feature. On Saturday Joey battled it out with Tristan Oakes for the lead in the Finale Spring FlingFeature and WON the battle.Joey ran his race like a pro, passing lapped cars with ease. It was worth staying up until 2am to see the big smile on Joeys face when he Won that 2nd A Feature.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2013 SPRING FLING RESTRICTOR CHAMPION!!!
WE ARE VERY PROUD OF BOTH BOYS…THEY ARE BOTH LIKE FAMILY TO US….
AS RACE SEASON BEGINS IN 2013, WE HOPE EVERYONE HAS A GREAT TIME THIS YEAR.
Hoosier has requested that we sell all tires at suggested retail prices. As of May 14
the following prices are in effect. The prices listed in the online store are incorrect.
Micro Sprint tires:
fronts and left rears are $128.00
right rear tires are $141.95
quad front $94.95
Jr Sprint tires:
fronts - $82.95
left rear - $92.95
right rear - $103.95
McDougal Cashes In at Big Chill Finale!!
In Lucas Oil ASCS2 Restricted action at Cowtown's 5th Annual Big Chill finale, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma's Jason McDougal paced the field the start of the 20 lap Restricted main event.
McDougal would lead a single lap under green before leading a couple dozen under caution after a lap two stoppage for a Austin Lambert spin. McDougal would pick up where he left off, only to deal with several stoppages in the first few laps, the most notable being a rather nasty tumble of preliminary night winner Dylan Fox onto turn 3 of the 1/4 track. Fox would emerge both safely and dejected.
The pack would once again get underway with 4 of 20 laps completed. McDougal clearly showed himself the car to beat as he crossed the halfway point with McKenzie Ramey and Aaron Dromgoole in tow.
McDougal's pace would be somewhat troubled by lapped traffic starting on the 12th circuit, but a lap 15 Trey Lambert spin would provide both a close call for the leading pack immediately behind, but more importantly give McDougal the clean air his Factor One glided so cleanly in.
Jason McDougal put away the final 5 laps with little challenge en route to the first Lucas Oil ASCS2 Restricted triumph of his young and blossoming racing career aboard the Factor One, Paul Albers Performance Plus, Lightning Wings, ButlerBuilt, and CSI sponsored # 73 machine.
Decklan Murphy with his trophy, Andy Wojtaszczyk’s stepson finished 2nd in his first heat, won his second heat and finished second in the feature. This was only the 3rd race for Decklan in his new Junior. That grin says it all.
Austin Shores who has run most of the season with the ASCS2 series made his way up to Port City for the second or third time this year. Austin made his way through the field getting to second at the half way mark. Nathan Weida had used his second row starting spot to jump out into the lead on the first lap, Nathan slid up in turn four and that’s all the room Austin would need. Jason McDougal, Nathan Weida and Tucker Klaasmeyer would follow Austin across the finish line. Tucker had an extremely good run as he was going to Sweet Springs to race and they got rained out. He ran the heat with his Sweet Springs gear on and ran fifth and they only took four so that put him in the B feature, where he transferred and came from last to fifth.
This was Austin’s first win at Port City, I’m sure they will be many more.
Jon Taylor would make it three feature wins for Factor 1 in his Sportsman car. I forgot how many wins this make for John this year, I know at one time he had a string going of three in a row.
Cameron Beller was back at the track in Jerry Oakes Factor 1 Junior; Cameron would win his heat and finish third in the feature followed be fellow Factor 1 juniors, Blake Battles and Cole Roberts in 4th and 5th.
Frank Flud once again dominated the Outlaw action at Port coming from his last place starting spot to the front, Frank even had to withstand a couple of yellows which would take the lead away. But it wouldn’t take long for The Legendary Frank Flud would have the lead back. I have lost track on his win total, has to be around 105 feature wins for the 21 yearold.
August 20 Factor 1 Nation report for Texas.
Weldon Buford # 01 won his heat race and was taken out of the race in 2nd place in the A-class
Brandon Schnautz #20 non- wing has been running mid pack all season then Ken Pearson stepped in with his set up and Brandon won both his heat races... led the A- main but spun out and ended up finishing 3rd.
Once again this proved that Ken's set ups and Factor 1 are a winning combination!
Don't forget about the Texas State Championship on September 3rd & 4th. Here in Alvin, Tx ...Gulf Coast Speedway.
A-Class $ 1500.00 to win.
$ 5200 + total payout!
Thank you Factor 1 & Ken Pearson
First off, we just got back from the I-44 Nationals, man was it HOT, but if you didn’t make it you missed some good racing. I have to give Kevin Ake and the track people a lot of credit for taking the time in such hot weather and working the track and giving us a really racy track.
I - 44 Nationals
Man was it hot, both temperature and racing. On practice nite I thought it was going to be bad since the track was so rough. But the crew at I-44 got there act together and they turned that track around for some good 2 groove wide racing and the temp even cooperated and came down. It was great.
Chris Andrews in his blue and yellow machine dominated the non-wing and A class. He might have even swept both nites in both classes, if he didn’t he had one second place finish.
We had the field covered once again, with Austin Shores, Christopher Martin, Jason McDougal, Christian Kinnison,Dalton Sebor, and Cole Hall all there with they’re A games.
Christian Kinnison ran a great race finishing 2nd Austin Shores 3rd Christopher Martin 4th. Jason and Cole would have to go to the rear after getting into some liquid dumped on the track. They both came back thru the 20 car field finishing 9th and 10th but was running consistent laps faster that the leader. Oh well that’s just racing luck.
Frank Flud would lead the field the green flag from the pole, which was not the place to be, the top line would be the fastest and by the time he got to the top he was in third, where he would finish. Kevin Bayer would have to take a 7th row starting spot after winning his heat Friday nite, then blowing a motor in his 2nd qualifier, Kevin raced his way to fifth place. Will Harvey also drove his but off finishing 7th, with a broken left rear shock.
Stanley Kresiel, probably the hottest driver this summer has put together 2 consecutive wins and a 2nd place at Sweet Springs.
Christopher Martin would venture down to Sweet Springs and come home with a 2nd place finish in the restrictor class and would take ole White Lighting in the A class from the back to a 4th place finish
Luke Howard got him another second place finish in his junior sprint, Luke is off racing his asphalt go cart this week in one of the largest cart races of the year.
Riley Kresiel came down to Port City last week after Sweet Springs rained out. Riley didn’t start out so good but his dad Richard got him going good in the B feature with a second place finish. Riley started in the back next to Jason in the A feature. I thought that Jason had his 4th feature win when on lap 7 he was running 2nd and I looked back and Riley had gotten to 6th place three laps later Riley was running 4th and I thought this was going to be really great because the top 5 was all Factor 1 cars. Then a yellow on lap 16 grouped all the cars back up and on the restart the top three cars would all go back to the bottom but Riley took his MX8 to the middle and in 2 laps had the lead. He even had to endure a green white checker restart and never faltered a bit, now his mom was a little nervous. Not very often does an out of towner comes to Port and wins, so this was awesome
Kevin Ruff from Missouri emailed to say his son Sam got his first A Feature WIN in his Factor 1 chassis.
Luke Howard got his first feature win. The second place kid got together with the first place kid at the start and 2nd place kid went into the wall. Luke almost passed first place kid but I am sure his car was binding from the incident but Luke got by him at about five to go.
DecklanMurphy did amazing winning his heat race and finished second in the A main to kid that has been racing jrs for three years lead 6 of 15 laps. He family couldn't be prouder of him. This was either the second or third time Decklan has raced his new Junior.
I-30 Nationals – Kevin Bayer takes 2nd
KB and Terry made their way down to Little Rock for the 8th annual I-30 Nationals earlier this month. This is one of the big races of the year in the nation for the outlaw class. If my memory serves me right Tim McKenzie started 18th or 20th and made his way up to 8th place.
Bob Bouriff won his 129th A feature at Miami County
Michael Hall took home the money in the A Class at Fort Cobb
In the last three weeks Tyler has dominated both the A class and non wing class at Port City. He has back-to-back wins one in the non-wing class and one in the A class; actually he has swept 2 weeks in a row. In the A class he has a second and a third in the last three weeks. Last week Tyler normally a cushion pusher finessed it around the bottom (catfish style) for his third win of the year.
Wyatt Burks Topeka, Kansas, won for the second week in row at Little Sunset speedway in Greenwood, NE. Weldon Bufford dominated the restrictor class by sweeping his heat and feature. Mike Buford, Weldon’s grandfather ran impressive second in his MX9
Hunter Fisher in his MX9 would pull off a come from behind win on his birthday for his first win of the season. Cole Roberts looking once again very fast, would take his second feature win in the junior sprint class Ryan Cody got his first ever A feature win in the Sportsman class
Christopher Martin, Des Moines, Iowa put on a hell of show in the A Class running the cushion only to come up a few inches short for the win. Christopher normally competes in the restrictor class Jared Cech got Factor 1 our first Feature win in the state of Wisconsin this year, doing so in dominating fashion by winning by a half a lap. Sara Elrod leads Maximum Dirt driver standings for the state of Indiana in the outlaw class.
If you have recently signed up for our message board, you will have to fill out the form again. Our message board was hit by spam and was filled with over 2000 bogus requests. I had to delete the entire list to get rid of everything. Sorry for the inconvience.
ALEX SEWELL WINS DOUBLE A FEATURES 2 WEEKS IN A ROW.
Alex Sewell in the Sewell Mechanical#73 MX11 has totally dominated the Stock Class and non-wing class this year. Sweeping the last two weeks in both classes at Port City Raceway.What’s amazing is he was sidelined the first week with a clutch failure after getting to the front.
FLUD WINS OUTLAW FEATURE AT PORT CITY.
Frank had to pass for the lead three times, each time a yellow would come out and he would have to go back. But the fourth time there was no yellow and he went on to win his 99th feature win. As fast as he’s been all year it wouldn’t surprise me that he got his 100th win this week, if we don’t get rained out.
BOBBY SPRINGER WINS A FEATURE AT I-44
Bobby piloted his Factor 1 into the winnners circle at I-44 Speedway in Oklahoma City. COLE ROBERTS SWEEPS FOR 1ST WIN IN HIS NEW FACTOR 1 JR SPRINT.
Cole won has been fast all year; just to come up short at the end won his first A feature. I think he has won all his heat races he has been in this year. This win goes along with Cameron Bellers win last week. Other than one feature, Factor 1 Juniors have totally dominated the class
BAYER DOMINATES PORT CITY With the weather playing hell with our racing across the country, a few places did get some races in. At Port city it was the Kevin Bayer show. Kevin totally dominated the Outlaw class coming from his last place starting spot to take the feature win, last weeks feature winner, Frank Flud followed in second.Outlaw rookie Will Harvey was impressive with his third place finish. They will travel this week to the ASCS2 show in South Coffeyville. KB will do double duty in the midget
Buford Sweeps Gulf coast Speedway
Weldon Buford started this year off like he ended last year winning both his heats and A feature in the Restrictor Class. Weldon will be running six more races in the restricted class before moving up to the A-Class.
Elrod , Bourff and Rose dominate Peru, Ind.
Sara Elrod takes home her first feature win of the year with a win in the Outlaw class at Peru. I hear she made it interesting having to go to the rear after an incident with another car. Sara then put her car on the cushion and came back to the front again.
Bob Bourff, (I think this was his first outing of the year,) doing triple duty in the non-wing, outlaw and senior classes. He had some mechanical trouble with his outlaw so he parked it. Bob took his old faithful #97 to the win in Senior division.
Brandon Rose also took his first feature win in the non-wing class
SCHMIDT – OAKES DOMINATE Junior Tour.
The Schmidt’s and Oakes made the trip down the turnpike to run the Kid Sprint series at I-44 and Ft. Cobb.Joey Schmidt had the upper hand at I-44 winning his first feature of the year, with Tristin Oakes running a close second. The series traveled to Ft. Cobb for Sat. and the roles were reversed with Tristin Oakes taking his first feature of the year with Joey following him to the finish line.
Blake Battles came home with his best finish of the year with a third place finish.
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Pictures of our new Jr Sprint are here! Looks just like our 600's.
Shoot Out Chassis Seminar
We are thinking about having an informal chassis seminar on the day off (Friday) at the Shoot out this year.
We will have the Factor 1 gang there to answer all you chassis and set up questions. ( Kevin, Terry, Kiwi, Mike Pjatikin, Andy Sewell )
We will have the fabrication guys there to answer any fab questions and they will go over all the changes in the new cars. ( Phil, Frank, Timmy and Jimbo )
Paul Albers of Performance Plus will be there to answer all your motor and fuel questions.
We are working on getting Garrett from Competion Suspension to come in for any shock, spring or torson bar questions. He has a new torson bar dyno, which has helped us tremendously here lately.
We will have a Hoosier rep to answer all the tire questions.
Also we are working on having a shock dyno here for anyone that wants to have their shocks checked. (This is a must; we just checked ours and almost half of them had an issue)
Danny Drinan will be here to handle any questions on his Dry Bar set up.
Power I, Kenny and Auston Brown will be in town for the shootout so if they are not busy we might get them to drop by and answer any questions anyone has, we'll also try to get someone from ASCS2 to attend.
This is coming about a little late, but we have been really busy so if you are interested e-mail me or Sharrie at the Factor 1 e-mail address and if we have enough interest we will schedule the time in at the shop.
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND-------2010 MX5 CARS
We are in the process of producing a limited run of the MX5 cars (front coilover/rear torsion.)
We have not made these cars since 2006 but so many customers have asked about them, we
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I NEED TRACK CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS AND PICTURES OF ALL OF OUR CHAMPIONS.
2009 TRACK CHAMPIONS
Jacob Knipmeyer is the track Champion in the Nonwing Class at Sweet Springs, MO.
Tyler Drueke took home the track Championship in the Multi Class at WRP in Waverly, NE.
The Candy Man, Mark Lutz Won the Turf Chamionship at Will Rogers Raceway in Claremore, OK.
Chris Pillars Won the Championship in the A Class at Will Rogers Raceway.
Dalton Stevens Won the A Class Championship at RPM Speedway.
Dusty Ford Won the A Class Championship at Port City Raceway in Tulsa, OK.
Logan Ellis Won the Restrictor Champinship at Port City Raceway
Halen Shafer Won the Open Winged Championship at Miami County Speedway
Kyle Thompson Won the Stock Class Championship at BMSA in Texas.
Glen Linn is the Stock Class Champion at Valentine Speedway in Glenrock, WY. Glen races
against Stock 600's and Dwarf cars. They race on a 1/4 mile track. Jeremy Morristook home the Track Championship in the Turf Class at Dutton Speedway in Ft. Cobb, OK
Darien Roberts is the ASCS2 Series Champion in the Restrictor Class.
Jerry McGinnis is the Rookie of the Year at PCR in the Nonwing Class.
Joshia McGinnis is the Rookie of the Year at PCR in the Sportsman Class.
Steven Curbow is the Rookie of the Year at PCR in the Restrictor Class.
Weldon Buford is the Rookie of the Year at Gulf Coast Speedway in Restrictor Class.
Alan Cunningham is the Rookie of the Year at Sweet Springs, MO and finished 3rd in the point standings. Blake Jenkins won the Horizon Mini Sprint Championship at I-30 Speedway
Anthony Farnsworth won the 2009 Black Hill Mini Sprint Tour Championship.
Anthony Farnsworth also won the Championship at New Castle Raceway in Wyoming.
Anthony Farnsworth is the Rookie of the Year in the Black Hills Mini Sprint Tour.
Nathan Batson is the Rookie of the Year in the Nonwing with EMSA.
Chance McCrary is the Champion in the Restrictor Class at Super Bowl Speedway in Greenville, TX. Adam Miller is Rookie of the Year at I-30 and finished 4th
We had a great weekend at the Pete Frazier Memorial Race at Port City Raceway. On Friday night,
Tyler Thomas did a fantastic job in the Restrictor Class winning the A Feature with Logan Martin coming
in 2nd and Darien Roberts right behind him in 3rd. Riley Adair ran 2nd in the Nonwing qualifing him for
Saturday nights A Feature. In the Sportsman Class, Kelly Mahaffey finished 2nd and Joshia McGinnis
came in 4th, qualifing both of them for Saturdays A Feature.
Saturday night, Tyler Thomas was still the one to beat in the Restrictor Class. Tyler Thomas took home the Pete Frazier Memorial trophy and became the first Son and Father team that have both won Pete Frazier Memorial trophies. His father Brian Thomas won the first Sportsmans trophy in 2000. Darien Roberts finished 2nd and Logan Martin finished 3rd. It is always very exciting to watch these 3 young
men race. Riley Adair took home the Pete Frazier Memorial trophy in the Nonwing Class. Shane Weeks
ran the B Feature, transfered to the back of the A Feature and worked his way through traffic. Shane
Weeks was awarded the Hard Charger Award for the night. Way to go Shane.
Jacob Knipmeyer took home the Win in Sweet Springs, MO in the Nonwing Class. When all points are
totaled, Jacob should be the Track Champion in the Nonwing Class.
Riley Kreisel jumped in his Dad's MX8 in the Restrictor class Saturday night. Riley started 16 and finished
in 6th place. This young man did great for his first time in the Restrictor Class after coming out of Jr Sprints. All the other Restrictor drivers better watch out. Brittany Tresch won her first 600 wingless A-Main on September 19,2009 with a 27 car feild, at Hamlin Speedway in Pennsylvania. She has 6 top 5s in her first year in the 600s. She is the first girl driver to win a micro sprint feature at Hamlin Speedway at the age of 15. Brittany is one of the few who drives a Factor 1 in New York. Shes been in several different cars but she always chooses the Factor 1 as her primary.
END OF SEPTEMBER UPDATES. Matt McWethy got his 1st A Feature Win in the A Class at Port City Raceway. This is Matt's Rookie year.
Joshia McGinnis Won another A Feature this month at Port City in the Sportsman Class and also had a
2nd and a 3rd place finish.
Jerry McGinnis racked up another Win in the A Class and also Won the A Feature in the Nonwinged Class. Jerry started 18 on Sep 12 and made it to 3rd place before he ran out of laps.
in Waverly, NE, out of a field of 30 Multis, Kyle Fitchner took home the Win with Tyler Drueke finishing
a close 2nd and Wyatt Burks finishing 5th.
At Sweet Springs, MO, Jacob Knipmeyer grabbed another Win, just one of many for Jacob this year.
At I-37 Speedway in Pleasanton, TX, Ken Pearson, piloted his MX9 to Victory Lane in the Multi Class.
Sara Elrod took control at Coles County Speedway in Charleston and showed the other Outlaw drivers
that they need to watch out for the girls. Sara has an amazing season going with 17 top 5 finishes in a row.
Jason Holt got this Win at Mid America Speedway in the Turf Class.
Laney Feight go his 1st A Feature Win at Sweet Springs, MO in the Restrictor Class. Laney has run at
Sweet Springs 6 times this year and has 6 top 5 finishes. In Iowa, Laney races the Open Class and has
5 heat race Wins and 14 top 5 finishes. What a season for this young racer.
Halen Shafer races at Miami County Speedway in the Open Winged Class. He has 5 wins and 12 top 5
finishes for this season. That was good enough to get him the Track Championship. You can check
Halen out at www.halen36.com
MORE A FEATURE WINNERS
Every update has more and more A Feature Winners. I want to Congratulate everyone who has won an
A Feature this year. Here are a few of their names from the last couple of weeks:
Weldon Buford Won both his Heats and the A Feature at the TEXAS STATE CHAMPIONSHIP. This young man(10 years old) is in his Rookie year and has already Won 9 A Features . He has many top
Alan Cunningham has been HOT in Sweet Springs, MO. Alan has Won another A Features last week and also has many top 5 finishes in the Restrictor class. He is also in his Rookie year.
Steven Curbow Won a double header at Port City Raceway, with a Win on Friday night and another on
Saturday night. Steven is a Rookie that is showing them how to go to the front at Port City.
Brent Venable Won in the Nonwing Class at the last ASCS2 show on Friday and finished 2nd on Saturday with Riley Adair finishing 4th. . Saturday Brent Venable Won the A Feature in the A Class. Darien Roberts Won the A Feature in the Restrictor Class Friday with Tyler Thomas finishing 2nd and Justin Fletcher coming in 6th. Saturday Darien Roberts Won Again with Tyler Thomas finishing 3rd. Kevin Bayer took home the Win in the Outlaw Class on Friday and finished 5th Saturday.. All of these racers have been HOT this race season. In the A Class, Friday Alex Sewell went home with a 3rd place finish, followed by Kyle Flellers in 4th and Brent Venable in 5th. Saturday Brent Venable took home the Win in the A Class, . Ken Peason finished 2nd in the ASCS2 Nonwing Class in Matt Owens new MX9.
At Dutton Speedway, brothers Jared and Jeremy Morris had a great season with Jeremy Morris Winning the Championship and Jared Morris finishing 2nd in the points (both brothers run the Turf Class).
At Will Rogers Raceway, "The Candy Man" Mark Lutz finished the race season with his name at the top of the list for the Championship in the Turf Class, with Jack Kirby finishing the season in 5th place. In the A Class, Chris Pillars took home the Championship with Earl McDoulett finishing up the season in 4th. In the NonWing Class Jerry Harris finished the season in 4th Place. In the Restrictor Class, Shane Weeks had a great year finishing 2nd in the Championship with Nathan Weida in 3rd, Darien Roberts in 4th and Jason McDougal finishing his Rookie year in 5th place. In the Multi Class, Earl McDoulett finished the year in 2nd Place.
A FEATURE WINNNERS
The weather is cooling off a bit, but not the racing. Tracks around the country are nearing the end of their race seasons, but hard core racing is still abundant. The race for the points lead
is close at several race tracks. The last few races will be exciting to watch to see who comes
out as the Champion.
At Claremore, OK we had 3 racers that won both Friday night and Saturday night. Jason McDougal won his first Restrictor A Feature Friday and followed it with another win on Saturday.
"The Candy Man" Mark Lutz Won Friday and Saturday in the Turf Class and is leading the Points Race. Chris Pillars took home 2 Victories in the A Class. Pillars and Lutz both have had several
A Feature wins this year.
Darien Roberts took home a Victory in the Restrictor Class at the ASCS2 show with Justin Fletcher running 3rd. Jerry McGinnis Won the A Feature in the A Class followed by Jason Schuelen finishing 2nd.
Weldon Buford ran 3rd in his heat and Won the A Feature at Gulf Coast Speedway.
Ken Pearson took home an A Feature Win in the Multi Class at Waco, TX.
At Sweet Springs, MO, Jacob Knipmeyer Won the Nonwing show with Wyatt Burks finishing 4th. Christopher Martin from Iowa Won the Restrictor class with Kameron Key finishing 2nd and
in the A Class it was Dwayne Benson taking home the Win with Dean Hathman finishing 2nd.
Dean Hathman also finished 3rd in the Multi Class the same night.
Joel Fritz Won the Winged Class A Feature and the Nonwing A Feature at Wavelink Raceway Park on the same evening.
Tyler Drueke Won his 8th Feature of the Season @ Wavelink Raceway Park in the Multi Class
and Cole Hall showed everyone in the Restrictor Class how to take home a Win.
Thanks to everyone that is calling or emailing me their results.
THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO EMAILED OR CALLED WITH UPDATES.
I can't believe that this race season has gone by so quickly. We are down to our last 8 weeks.
I want to thank everyone who has emailed or called in with updates. We are very proud of every one of our racers. Some of the Winners that I am listing today have Won before and some are new names to the Winners list..
On July 24, Chris Pillars Won the A Feature in the A Class, with Alex Sewell finishing 2nd and Earl Mcdoulett taking home 3rd. Riley Adair Won yet another A Feature in the Nonwing Class and also took home a 3rd place in the Outlaw Class. Tyler Thomas Won in the Restrictor Class with Justin Fletcher finishing 2nd. "Candy Man" Mark Lutz is hot this year, taking home another A Feature Win.
Dean Hathman captured another A Feature Win in the Outlaw Class and the next day took home a 2nd place finish at California, MO.
Brandon White is doing very good in his first year of racing, he Won his Heat and A Feature. Brandon is currently 2nd in track points.
William Bass Won his heat race and A Feature on July 25 at Gulf Coast Speedway in Alvin, Tx.
On Aug. 1, Allen Cunningham showed the crowd at Sweet Springs, MO how an A Feature is Won by putting a straight a way lead on 2nd place. Jacob Knipmeyer captured another A Feature Win in the Nonwing Class.
At Bakersfield Raceway in Linton, IN, John Stewart dominated the A Feature and took home another Win.
In Caney, KS last week Frank Flud was the Man to beat in the Outlaw Class and Darien Roberts continued his winning streak in the Restrictor Class.
Jacob Knipmeyer took home another Win in the Nonwing Class at Sweet Springs and is the current points leader for the track championship.
Caleb Lovelady is in his Rookie year at Tri State Speedway. Caleb Won his A Feature last week and is currently 2nd in track points.
At Port City Raceway Saturday night, "the Loganator" Logan Martin showed everyone how to get around the high banks and took home an A Feature Win. Jessie Frazier was the Man in the Outlaw Class with yet another Win.
At Fairbury, NE Saturday night Wyatt Burk won the Open Nonwing A Feature and took home 2nd in the Open Winged class.
ASCS2 held their last race at Will Rogers Raceway in Claremore, OK. In the Restrictor class it was the
red #91 piloted by Tyler Thomas taking the checked flag first, followed by Darien Roberts for 2nd. It is very exciting watching these 2 young men race. Riley Adair took home yet another win in the Nonwing Class, I dont think Riley will have any trouble making his goal of A Feature Wins this year.
Thanks again to everyone who emails and calls me with the updates. I really appreciate the effort everyone is giving.
JULY UPDATE July has been an exciting month and seems to have just flown by. At Wavelink Raceway in Nebraska, Tyler Drueke took home another win, with Jerod Kobold running 3rd and Klye Richtner finishing 4th.
Kodi Byers won her 1st Nonwing A Feature in her rookie year and I am sure has many more to come.
Tom Athon won his 1st A Feature in the Multi Class. Keaton Dobbs Won the Nonwing feature at Coles
At I44 Speedway, Brent Venable took home another win in the Limited Class, and Colby McElroy had an
impressive win in the Restrictor Class. Logan Martin and his Dad(Brent) are in Illinios. Brent with his job and Logan racing. Friday they went to Linton, and started in the back and ran 2nd. (Not bad for their first time there). Saturday nite they showed up at Miami County and started last in the feature and Won.
At the big Hampton Custom Works weekend at Will Rogers Raceway in Claremore we saw Kevin Bayer dominate the outlaw class, Riley Adair, the Nonwinged Class and Darien Roberts winning the Restrictor
class with Tyler Thomas on his heels for 2nd and Shane Weeks running 3rd. Alex Sewell had his best
run of the season, finishing 2nd in the A Class, wont be long before you see him in the winners circle.
Daniel Beerends out of Granger, IA has had a winning streak going with WINS at Jefferson County Fairgrounds, Dallas County Fairgrounds , and Warren County Fairgrounds.. Keep up the good work Daniel.
Josiah McGinnis won his 4th A Feature in the Sportsman Class. He is really going good after moving out
of the Restrictor Class. Rocket Rodney Maner captured another win in the Nonwing Class at PCR.
At the ASCS2 show in Ok City, Kevin Bayer finished 2nd in the Outlaw Class with Frank Flud running 4th and Logan Martin (out of the Restrictor class) taking home 10th. In the Nonwinged Class Riley Adair took home another win (I think this is about 16 or 17 for this year so far) with Barry Gifford running 6th, Frank Flud 9th, and Bobby Springer 11th.
At the Makeup ASCS2 show at Dutton Speedway in Ft Cobb, Riley Adair showed them how to do it ONE MORE TIME. Justin Fletcher had a great show finishing 2nd in the Restrictor Class, with Tyler Thomas finishing 4th and Logan Martin 8th.
Tyler Drueke Won at Fairberry, NE this last Friday, and on Saturday took home 4th at Waverly, NE. (Tyler Drueke has won 7 of his last 8 races.)
Kameron Key showed all the fans at Sweet Springs, Mo how it is done with his 2nd win this year in the Restrictor Class.
Wyatt Burks ran with the Jayhuskers in the MidSeason Shootout. At Fairberry, NE Wyatt finished 10th Friday and 2nd on Saturday. Sunday the show was at Washington, KS where Wyatt took home a WIN and the overall Championship in the Open Class.
Evan Pemberton is in his Rookie year in the Restrictor class and is 2nd in overall points at Bakerfield Raceway in Linton, IN.
Chris Smith took a trip to PA for the 2009 Micro Mania Show at Lanco on July 4th. He finished 2nd in his first heat, 3rd in his second heat, and 6th in the feature. This gave him 3rd highest point total for weekend. Dalton Brown started 10th and won the A feature at PCR on 7/18. This was his 2nd win in only 9 starts.
MID TO END OF JUNE UPDATE Numerous customers are now emailing and calling in their A feature Wins. Here are A Feature Wins that have been emailed the last 2 weeks.
Tyler Thomas has racked up another A Feature in the Restrictor Class, while Riley Adair won another
Nonwing Feature. Earl McDoulette scored another Win also in the Multi Class..
At Sweet Springs, MO Sam McCowen won his first A feature in the Restrictor Class.
John Stewart from Switz City, IN took home an A Feature Win and is the point leader at Bakersfield Raceway Park. John is the 2008 Champ in the Open Class.
Darien Roberts took home a double Feature Win in the Restrictor Class (winning June 19 and again on the 20th at Will Rogers Raceway.
Cody Cothran picked up his new MX9 on Friday, and Saturday showed the crowd at Texhoma Speedway
how to Win the first night out in a new ride.
Caleb Lovelady from Amarillo, Tx got his first A Feature win after only 6 races in his rookie year in the A Class at Viper Speedway.
June 26 & 27 gave Darien Roberts another chance to take home a double Feature win, which he proudly did. Dusty Ford got his A feature win in the A Class with Kyle Fellers taking second. Josiah McGinnis is showing his Dad how to race, with another Win in the Sportsman Class. Michael Harp got his 2nd A Feature win in the Multi Class at Port City.
"The Candy Man" Mark Lutz who is big hit with all the fans, scored another A Feature win last Saturday.
Kevin Bayer dominates ASCS2 speedweek....no one has ever won all 5 races in speedweek until this year......Congratulations Kevin..We are VERY proud of you and your TEAM
Kevin Bayer wins at OKC to make it 4 in a row in the ASCS2 Speedweek...GREAT JOB KEVIN
ASCS2 SPEEDWEEK.......Kevin Bayer has been running the ASCS2 Speedweek and captured the win at Creek County Speedway Tuesday night. The win makes 3 in a row for Kevin following victories at 67 speedway and I-30 Speedway over the weekend.
We have had a wonderful response from customers helping us with our updates. I have been getting emails and phone calls about winnning customers at different race tracks. Here are some finishes from the last 2 weeks:
Alan Cunningham led 23 of the 30 lap feature at Sweet Springs last week and ended up second behind
Dallas Woods in the Restrictor Class.Wyatt Burks was the winner in the Nonwing Class.
At Will Rogers Raceway on May 30, Earl McDoullett won the A feature in the Nonwing class and in the
A Class, and Darien Roberts took home the win in the Restrictor class.
At Port City on May 30, Dalton Brown won in the A Class, Steven Curbow finished first in the Restrictor
Class with Logan Ellis finishing second, and Josiah McGinnis won in the Sportsman Class.
At Warren County Speedway in Iowa, Laney Feight was the first to take the checkered flag.
On May 31 at Will Rogers, Darien Roberts took his second win of the weekend, Chris Pillar won in the
A Class, Mark Lutz (aka...Candy Man) took home the win and the bonus money. Frank Flud took home the bonus money in the Multi class with a second place finish.
June 5, Darien Roberts succeeded in getting his 8th A Feature of the year, Riley Adair won in the Nonwing Class, Josiah McGinnis got his second A Feature in as many weeks and Kelly Mahaffey took second.
June 6th, Joey Baker did a great job and took home the win in the A Class, Tyler Thomas took the win in the Restrictor class with Darien Roberts in 2nd and Logan Martin 4th. Riley Adair captured his 9th win of the year in the Nonwing Class. Joshiah McGinnis took home 3rd in the Sportsman Class. Back in the Multi Class this year, driving the Ron Scott special, Michael Harp was first to the checkered flag.
At SIR, new to the Restrictor Class this year, driving an MX9, Drew Marshall won his first A Feature. Chance McCrary got his first A Feature win in Greenville, TX last weekend.
MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND RACING
On Friday, May 22, Eric Edward won his heat and the A Feature at Doe Run Speedway. On Saturday,
first time in his MX9 , Drew Marshall got 2nd in his heat, 2nd in the transfer, 1st place in the dash, and a 2nd place finish in the Restrictor A Feature at SIR. Congratulations to Eric and Drew, we look forward to
more strong results as the year goes by.
At the Race For LIfe at Sweet Springs, MO, Friday night, Christopher Martin was 3rd, Cole Hall 4th and Laney Feight 7th. Saturday night Jake Brewer finished 5th. Sunday night A Features was a repeat of Friday with Christopher Martin in 3rd, Cole Hall finishing 4th and Jake Brewer making it into 13 place.
Dallas Wood came from the back of the field and finished 6th.
Jacob Knipmeyer started at the back of the Nonwing feature and finished a strong 2nd place.
Weldon Buford is leading the Restrictor points at Gulf Coast Speedway. Weldon has won 3 of the last
5 features. Keep up the good work Weldon.
In ASCS2 racing this weekend, there was 2 days of great racing. The first show at I44 Speeday in OKC,
and Sunday at Duttons Speedway in Ft Cobb. Saturday night's Feature ended up with Factor 1's own
Kevin Bayer finishing 3rd in the Outlaw A Main. Riley Adair finished 2nd in the Nonwing A Feature, and
in the Restrictor action, the young guns put on a great show with Logan Martin taking the checker flag
for a strong Win, Tyler Thomas 2nd, Darien Roberts 3rd and Justin (Bob) Fletcher rounding out the top 4.
Sunday nights Features were equally exciting with Kevin Bayer in the runner up position and Frank Flud
3rd in the Outlaw A Main. In the Nonwing A Feature, it was Riley Adair taking the top honors. This was
Riley Adairs 5th A Feature win in the past 3 weeks. In the Restictor Class, once again it was those familiar young guns finishing up front. This time Darien Roberts captured the Win, Logan Martin 2nd,
Justin Fletcher 4th, and Tyler Thomas 5th. It sure is fun watching the youngsters race and mature
week in and out, with a definite promise of exciting races for many years to come.
Saturday night at PCR in the Restrictor Class, Logan Ellis came in 2nd in the A Feature after winning
his heat race. The "Rocket" Rodney Maner swept his heat and the Nonwing A Feature.
Once again, if I missed anyone, please feel free to email me with your results. Timmy@factor1racing.com
Factor 1 dominates the Nonwing Nationals
All 3 600 classes at the Nonwing Nationals were won by Factor 1 customers.
Riley Adair of Tulsa, OK did a fantastic job this weekend at the Nonwing Nationals. Riley took comand in the Stock Class Friday night winning the A feature and continued his rein Saturday night winning both the Stock Class and the Outlaw class.
Darien Roberts was the King in the Restrictor Class winning the A Feature Friday and Saturday. Darien seems to be able to take his Factor 1 car to the front almost anywhere he goes. He was followed by Tyler Thomas finishing 2nd and Logan Martin with a strong 3rd place finish.
Jessie Frazier took home the Hard Charger award after destroying his car and getting it back into race
condition for the A feature. Jessie challenged Riley for the lead a couple of times and finished a very
strong 2nd after having to start the feature in the rear of the field.
After the first weekend of May was ruined for Oklahoma micro racers with spring rains and floods throughout the state, the second weekend of May proved to be a very exciting time for many in the FACTOR 1 family of racers in Oklahoma, Missouri, Indiana, and Texas..
At Port City Raceway in the Sportsman class Josiah McGinnis scored a second place finish in the A feature after a win in his heat race.
In the restrictor class it was "The Hurricane" Hannah Adair finishing on top after getting dropped to the back in the opening laps of the feature. That's two A feature wins in 09 with many more to come.
Frank Flud was the first to take the checkers in the Multi A feature plus a win in his heat race.
Will Rogers Raceway turned out to be just the place for the up and coming Tyler Thomas to showcase his talents with an A feature win in restrictor action Friday and Saturday. Friday night Tyler took the lead with only a couple of circuts completed in the race and kept the lead until the checkers flew. Saturday night was much the same with Tyler checking out early on , he was able to hold onto a commanding lead despite multiple cautions throughout the A feature.
Down the turnpike in OKC Factor 1 customers also took advantage of the break in the wet weather.
The Restrictor A feature started with Justin "Bob" Fletcher beginning the race in the sixteenth position, but with his determination and a rocketship setup from his dad and crew, Bob was able to pilot his machine to the front and capture his second A feature win of 2009.
Brent Venable gave an impressive performance with a win in the "A-class" and a runner up finish in the Limited class A features.
At our neighbors to the north, it was the young Iowan Christopher Martin earning his first A feature win in 600cc competition, claiming the Restrictor A feature win at Sweet Springs, Missouri on Saturday night.
Jake Brewer from Missouri won this weekend at Charleston, IL and had a win 2 weeks ago at Will Rogers Raceway.
Halen Shafer from Kokomo, IN moved up to the Multi class this year, and has a very impressive start. He
has won the last 3 features. This young teenager has won 36 A Feature races since
he has began running the Micros. In the last 10 years he has won a total of 85 A features.
Congratulations to all of our customers on a job well done this year.
If you have any pics or results from around the country and would like them posted here please send them to me at Timmy@factor1racing.com thanks.
FACTOR 1 RACING STARTS OFF 2009 WITH A BANG!!!
The 2009 Tulsa Shootout was full of spectacular racing, providing a sneak peak of the excitement to come in 2009 for Factor 1 Racing.
In the Restricted class it was the #73 of Alex Sewell crossing the finish line in third with the #10 of Darien Roberts fifth and the #90 of Tyler Thomas rounding out the top ten.
In Non-Wing racing action we had the #93 Richard Kreisel and #72 Eric Fenton with heat race wins. The #2 Riley Adair stole the show with an incredible run for the checkered taking the top spot in the A feature after starting the race in eighteenth place. The #29 of Ryan Ratliff came in fourth at the end of the twenty-five laps.
In the A-class it was the #99 of Chase Rohrbaugh with an impressive win in the second B-main and following it up with a second place in the A qualifier, #35 of Barry Gifford came in second in the first of the two B-mains.
In the final event of the night the 600 Outlaw Class it was Factor 1 Racings very own #91 Kevin Bayer taking the checkered flag from his eighteenth starting spot with #77 Riley Adair coming from twenty first to third and #81 Frank Flud coming from seventeenth to finish fourth. #60 Earl McDoulett finished seventeenth after a mid-race caution ended his night early.