Phil Bozell Becomes Sixth Winner in Six Raceskalamazoo
Defending Outlaw Super Late Model champion Phil Bozell became the sixth different winner in six races at Kalamazoo Speedway this season. Phil charged from the tenth starting spot all the way to second before overtaking Luke Krick for the victory. Point leader Andy Bozell finished third ahead of Intimidator 100 winner Steve Needles and Trent Hellenga. Randy Chupp made it three Bozell Racing cars in the top six positions beating out Rick Senneker, Jeff Bozell, Todd Harrington and fast qualifier Brian Bergakker. Mike Brooks and Dave Sensiba won the heats.
Defending Super Stock champion Matt Corliss won a hard fought Super Stock feature over Kenny Head. Cory Kruzel was third ahead of Ryan Wheeler and Brandon Lyons. Matt Frazier led the second half of the top ten over Chris Orr, Chris Shannon, Ben Raber and Kyle VanSparrentek. Phil Bozell set quick time while Patrick Kirkendall and Dave Simpson won the heats.
Lloyd Brooks set quick time and drove from last to first to pick up the Pro Stock Cash Bash presented by Aeroquip. Brooks passed Zack Cook on the last lap for the victory. Tyler Hufford pitted once but drove all the way back to third ahead of Ron Landis and Brent Hook. Bryan Noble was sixth ahead of Jim Wheaton, Danny Oxford, Greg Haynes and Daton Wright. Notable finishers included Keith Wilfong in 13th.
Frank Stager picked up the win in the Mini Stock feature after setting quick time and coming from last place. Andrew Brest finished a close second ahead of George Watts, Noah Gallandt and Robert Mason. Wayne Kline finished sixth ahead of Rick VanCleave, James Blakely, Jess Gruis and Tim Towne. Stager and Mason won the heats.
The Cyber Stock feature saw a great battle that ended with Wayne Stack in victory lane. Jack Cook finished second ahead of Jerry Jansen Jr., Felicia Meade and Dale Leonard. Walter Nielson IV finished sixth ahead of Maggie Zwart, Bob Miller, fast qualifier Cliff Lambert and Brian Gregersen. Logan Knight had another disappointing finish, coming home 14th. Joel Ritsema won the ‘B’ Feature and a heat race. Doug Nelson and Logan Knight won the other two heat races.
Coming up this Wednesday night, June 13 is the first ever Super Stock Klash. The race will pay $5,000 to win and will be the biggest race in Super Stock history. Also in action will be the Pro Stocks, with the running of the Pro Stock Bash. This event will pay $1,500 to win.
For more information on the Super Stock Klash, Pro Stock Bash and Kalamazoo Speedway visit www.kalamazoospeedway.com.