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|Posted: Saturday Jul 27th, 2019 06:26 AM||
|Bergman Wins Night One of Summer Nationals
Alger, WA - Night one of the 2019 Bob’s Burgers & Brew Summer Nationals belonged to Seth Bergman, who scored the preliminary night feature win in dominant fashion at the 65 year old clay oval. Nick Evans and Adam Holtrop were the winners in the support divisions.
35 Budweiser 360 Sprint Cars were on hand for the first night of action, with the top four finishers in the Friday night feature locked into the top eight redraw for night number two. The main event belonged to Bergman, who led all 25 laps with little challenge en route to victory lane. Jason Solwold was the Triple X Hard Charger, advancing from ninth to second and locking himself in, as did third place Travis Jacobson and fourth place Tony Gualda. Gualda was the fast qualifier. Solwold, Cam Smith, Brock Lemley and Bailey Sucich won the heats, with Eric Fisher and Austen Wheatley winning the split B Mains.
Give Nick Evans a good starting spot, and the Granite Falls, WA veteran is tough to beat. Evans would take the lead from AJ Fugitt on lap five after moving up from his fourth place starting spot, and hold a comfortable lead all the way through lap 25 in taking the checkered flag for the Wicked Energy Gum Focus Midgets. Shane Smith won a spirited battle for second, with Chance Crum taking home third. Smith, Evans and Nik Larson were heat race winners. Thomas Walker won the B Main
In Outlaw Tuner action, Adam Holtrop won his third main event in a row in the division in a rowdy 17 lap affair. After taking the lead from Clint Meins on lap two, Holtrop lost the top spot for a lap when Brian Michelson passed him on the 11th go, only to take it back for good on lap 12. Michelson would battle with Kyle Hanson for second, with Hanson taking the runner up spot for good on lap fifteen. Heat race wins went to Holtrop and Meins.
Bob’s Burgers & Brew Summer Nationals Night 1
Fast Time - Tony Gualda 11.641
Heat 1 - Jason Solwold, Greg Hamilton, Tony Gualda, Seth Bergman, Eric Fisher, Garen Linder, Kyle Miller, Lance Sargent, Cory Swatzina
Heat 2 - Cam Smith, Justyn Cox, Devon Borden, JJ Hickle, Austen Wheatley, Reece Goetz, Tristan Spiers, Corbyn Fauver, Chris Bullock
Heat 3 - Brock Lemley, Colton Heath, Jake Helsel, Barry Martinez, Justin Youngquist, Breyton Davison, Chris Ochs, Michael Millard, Ashleigh Johnson
Heat 4 - Bailey Sucich, Robbie Price, Chase Goetz, Travis Jacobson, James Setters, Luke Didiuk, Trevor Cook, Aiden Spiers
B Main 1 - Eric Fisher, Youngquist, Miller, Linder, R Goetz, Didiuk, Johnson, Swatzina, Ochs, Millard
B Main 2 - Austen Wheatley, Cook, Setters, Davison, T Spiers, A Spiers, Fauver
A Main - Seth Bergman, Solwold, Jacobson, Gualda, Borden, Heath, Hickle, Price, Smith, Hamilton, Wheatley, Fisher, Helsel, C Goetz, Sucich, Miller, Cox, Youngquist, Setters, Lemley, Martinez, Cook
Lap Leaders - Bergman 1-25
Triple X Hard Charger - Solwold +7
Wicked Energy Gum Focus Midget Series
Heat 1- Nik Larson, AJ Fugitt, Alex Peck, Ashley Thompson, Renee Angel, Jared Peterson, Thomas Walker, Dave Mills, Shane Biles
Heat 2 - Nick Evans, Chance Crum, Tristin Thomas, Matt Loving, Alden Ostrom, Jamee Gardner, Randy Hodel, Stuart Milner
Heat 3 - Shane Smith, Garrett Thomas, Seth Hespe, Jesse Conway, Jake Austin, Guy Tow Jr, Brenden White, Mike Stryker
B Main - Thomas Walker, Stryker, Gardner, Milner, Biles, Mills, Hodel, White, Tow Jr
A Main - Nick Evans, Smith, Crum, G Thomas, T Thomas, Peterson, Larson, Loving, Fugitt, Thompson, Hespe, Walker, Ostrom, Peck, Conway, Angel, Stryker, Austin, Gardner, Milner
Lap Leaders - Fugitt 1-4 Evans 5-25
Heat 1 - Clint Meins, Rob Dozark, Megan White, Leah Hanson, Nathan Merrill, Kyle Hanson
Heat 2 - Adam Holtrop, Rick Young, Brian Michelson, TJ Campbell, Mike Thomas, Jon Gunderson
Main - Adam Holtrop, K Hanson, Michelson, Gunderson, Jon Edwards, Meins, Young, Dozark, Thomas, White, L Hanson, Campbell
Lap Leaders - Meins 1 Holtrop 2-10 Michelson 11 Holtrop 12-17
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