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Pospisil Dominates SLMR Main with Mulich, Shields, Reiff, and Hand also Victorious at Lakeside Speedway!
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7/30/2021

7/30/2021

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Pospisil Dominates SLMR Main with Mulich, Shields, Reiff, and Hand also Victorious at Lakeside Speedway!

Pospisil Dominates SLMR Main with Mulich, Shields, Reiff, and Hand also Victorious at Lakeside Speedway!

For Immediate Release
By Sam Stoecklin
July 30, 2021

(Kansas City, Kansas) Seventy-five race teams in five classes signed in for Budweiser Race night at Lakeside Speedway on Friday. Among competitors on hand were 20 Malvern Bank Super Late Models, making their second and final ‘Racing on the River’s’ edge appearance this season. Joining them were 18 B-Mods, 10 Stock Cars, eight Pure Stocks, and 19 E-Mods.

Throughout the night, fans witnessed 12 preliminary heat races, which sorted out the lineups for the night’s five main events. By the end of the night, Tad Pospisil collected his second Lakeside win of the year in the SLMR feature while Jessie Mulich, Kacey Shields, Spencer Reiff, and Trevor Hand added to their feature win ropy collections.

Malvern Bank Super Late Models (20 Cars)

Andrew Kosiski and Tad Pospisil led the charge at the drop of the green for 30 laps of SLMR action with Pospisil darting out to an early race lead. It did not take long for Pospisil of Norfolk, Nebraska, to distance himself from the rest of the field, as by lap eight, he held a sizeable lead over Andrew and Brian Kosiski, Jesse Sobbing and Justin Zeitner. By the halfway point, the top five remained the same as Pospisil maneuvered his way through lapped cars to maintain a comfortable lead. Laps clicked off at a quick pace, but by lap 25, Josh Leonard moved forward from his eighth starting spot to fight for a spot inside the top five with Sobbing and Zeitner while the front of the field remained unchanged in the running order. At the checkered flag, Pospisil ultimately collected his second-consecutive Lakeside Speedway with a dominating performance. Andrew and Brian Kosiski finished second and third with Sobbing fourth. Leonard prevailed in the close battle for fifth. With the victory Pospisil gained sole position of the SLMR championship point’s lead over Kyle Berck, who finished a distant thirteenth in the rundown.

A Feature - 30 Laps: . 1. 04-Tad Pospisil[2]; 2. 53-Andrew Kosiski[1]; 3. 52-Brian Kosiski[3]; 4. 99-Jesse Sobbing[4]; 5. 85-Josh Leonard[8]; 6. 62-Justin Zeitner[9]; 7. 22-Charlie McKenna[5]; 8. 98-Ben Schaller[7]; 9. 26JR-Corey Zeitner[11]; 10. 1-Jake Neal[14]; 11. 30-Todd Cooney[13]; 12. 24-Bill Leighton[10]; 13. 14-Kyle Berck[12]; 14. 76-Zach Zeitner[15]; 15. 15C-Curt Schroeder[16]; 16. 34-Steve McConnell[18]; 17. 65-Jon Binning[17]; 18. 1X-Aaron Marrant[6]; 19. 22M-Steve McDowell[19]; 20. 25-Brad Perdue[20].

Heat - 8 Laps: 1. 04-Tad Pospisil[6]; 2. 85-Josh Leonard[3]; 3. 76-Zach Zeitner[1]; 4. 1-Jake Neal[2]; 5. 30-Todd Cooney[4]; 6. 14-Kyle Berck[5]; 7. 22M-Steve McDowell[7]

Heat 2 - 8 Laps: 1. 26JR-Corey Zeitner[1]; 2. 99-Jesse Sobbing[4]; 3. 24-Bill Leighton[3]; 4. 98-Ben Schaller[5]; 5. 53-Andrew Kosiski[6]; 6. 65-Jon Binning[2]; 7. 25-Brad Perdue[7]

Heat 3 - 8 Laps: 1. 22-Charlie McKenna[2]; 2. 1X-Aaron Marrant[4]; 3. 62-Justin Zeitner[3]; 4. 52-Brian Kosiski[5]; 5. 15C-Curt Schroeder[1]; 6. 34-Steve McConnell[6]

B-Mod Results (18 Cars)

Terry Schultz and Jessie Mulich eared front-row starting honors for the 15-lap B-Mod main but it was fourth-starting Tim Powell who led the opening frantic lap of the race. By the next circuit, Mulich fought his way back to the front as he began to pull away from the close battle for second at lap 5 ahead of Powell, Tyson Lanfermann, Schultz, and Don Marrs. A yellow flag flew for debris at lap eight with Mulich still in control and again at lap nine as Lanfermann and Powell tried to grab the lead on each of the caution period restarts. The top five drivers raced close quarters for position giving the fans in the stands some exciting action to cheer on. Caution again waved by lap 14 with Mulich ahead of Lanfermann and a hard-charging Mark Schafman, who started fifteenth on the grid! The final yellow forced a two-lap dash to the checkers as drivers looked high and low for a way around Mulich for the win, but in the end, Mulich prevailed in the event ahead of Lanfermann, Schafman, Powell, and Schultz.

A Feature - 15 Laps: 1. 90-Jessie Mulich[2]; 2. 47-Tyson Lanfermann[3]; 3. 44S-Mark Schafman[15]; 4. 57-Tim Powell[4]; 5. 90S-Terry Schultz[1]; 6. 181-Luke Nieman[8]; 7. 4M-Steven Makar[9]; 8. 14B-Darren Bennett[5]; 9. 9-Don Marrs[7]; 10. 1-Kyle Henning[16]; 11. 69-Sebastian Wolfenbarger[11]; 12. W56-Kyle Webb[12]; 13. 36-Brian Andrews[13]; 14. 30-Dakota Jennings[17]; 15. 8C-Cami Bruner[14]; 16. 57A-Randy Ainsworth[6]; 17. (DNF) 33S-Ben Stockton[18]; 18. (DNF) 117-Tim Galvan[10].

Heat 1 - 6 Laps: 1. 57A-Randy Ainsworth[1]; 2. 14B-Darren Bennett[6]; 3. 9-Don Marrs[4]; 4. W56-Kyle Webb[5]; 5. 36-Brian Andrews[2]; 6. (DQ) 33S-Ben Stockton[3]

Heat 2 - 6 Laps: 1. 90-Jessie Mulich[2]; 2. 90S-Terry Schultz[4]; 3. 181-Luke Nieman[3]; 4. 117-Tim Galvan[6]; 5. 8C-Cami Bruner[1]; 6. 1-Kyle Henning[5]

Heat 3 - 6 Laps: 1. 57-Tim Powell[3]; 2. 47-Tyson Lanfermann[2]; 3. 4M-Steven Makar[1]; 4. 69-Sebastian Wolfenbarger[6]; 5. 44S-Mark Schafman[5]; 6. (DNS) 30-Dakota Jennings

Stock Car Results (10 Cars)

Jaylen Wettengel and Brett Heeter began the 15-lap Stock Car main event with front-row starting positions. The opening laps of this race provided some of the closest competition of the night as the front two rows stayed side-by-side until a lap three caution slowed the pace. Up front, Wettengel led Heeter, Kacey Shields, Hank Thompson, and Kevin McGinnis. When racing resumed, Heeter moved forward to challenge Wettengel at the front as Shields and Thompson stayed in the mix for the lead as well. Another caution flew just before the lap 10 mark of the race with Wettengel then leading Shields in second and Heeter third. At lap 13, Shields led the field at the line by .016 seconds over Wettengel. With one lap remaining Wettengel fought back to challenge Shields on the final turns, but Shields ultimately came away the victory over Wettengel, Heeter, Thompson, and McGinnis. In post-race tech, Heeter was disqualified from the finishing order as he did not allow officials to inspect his car, with the revised top five as Shields, Wettengel, Thompson, McGinnis, and Marshall Jewett.

A Feature - 15 Laps: 1. 42C-Kacey Shields[6]; 2. 91J-Jaylen Wettengel[1]; 3. 6-Hank Thompson[3]; 4. 17-Kevin McGinnis[5]; 5. 7-Marshall Jewett[7]; 6. 41K-Vernon Kever[8]; 7. 27-David Oxford[4]; 8. 11-Jerry Liston Jr[10]; 9. (DNF) 824-Chris Barnard[9]; 10. (DQ) 05-Brett Heeter[2]

Heat 1 - 6 Laps: 1. 42C-Kacey Shields[1]; 2. 91J-Jaylen Wettengel[4]; 3. 6-Hank Thompson[5]; 4. 41K-Vernon Kever[2]; 5. 824-Chris Barnard[3]
Heat 2 - 6 Laps: 1. 05-Brett Heeter[3]; 2. 27-David Oxford[2]; 3. 17-Kevin McGinnis[4]; 4. 7-Marshall Jewett[5]; 5. (DNS) 11-Jerry Liston Jr

Pure Stock Results (8 Cars)

Joseph Smith, Jr., and Spencer Reiff enjoyed the view at the front for the 12-lap Pure Stock main event, but it was third-starting Chase Glavan who flexed his muscle early in the tight battle for the lead. The leaders ran three-wide on several occasions at the front of the field in the outstanding race with Galvan leading Marshall Jewett, Reiff Don Marrs, and Goepferich when the first yellow flag waved at lap five. Shortly after the restart, Jewett’s night came to an end with a flat tire as he retired from the event. Up front when racing resumed, Galvan continued to master the high side as Marrs shot to second in front Reiff as the pair battled for second down low on the track. Coming for the white flag, Galvan nearly spun in turn four but collected his car back up but not before Reiff, Goepferich, and Marrs moved around him as he dropped to fourth. The final lap was a torrid battle at the front with Reiff and Smith, but it was Reiff who went on to collect his second win over Goepferich, Marrs, Smith, and Phillip Matsukevich to complete the top five.

A Feature - 12 Laps: 1. 7S-Spencer Reiff[2]; 2. 5JR-Jeff Goepferich[5]; 3. 9-Don Marrs[6]; 4. 56-Joseph Smith Jr[1]; 5. 16-Phillip Matsukevich[8]; 6. 0-Chase Galvan[3]; 7. 7-Marshall Jewett[4]; 8. 97-Calvin Banks[7].

Heat 1 - 6 Laps: 1. 9-Don Marrs[4]; 2. 0-Chase Galvan[2]; 3. 5JR-Jeff Goepferich[7]; 4. 56-Joseph Smith Jr[1]; 5. 7-Marshall Jewett[3]; 6. 7S-Spencer Reiff[6]; 7. 97-Calvin Banks[5]; 8. 16-Phillip Matsukevich[8]

E-Mod Results (19 Cars)

Spencer Reiff and Eddie Ingram, Jr., led the E-Mod field to green for their 15-lap main event with Reiff leading early on until a lap three caution slowed the field just as Ingram Jr. made his way to the front. Cautions plagued the early laps of the race as drivers tried to get into a race rhythm. By lap five, fifth-starting Eddie Ingram of Linn Valley, Kansas, had made his way to the top of the order ahead of Trevor Hand, Ingram Jr., Reiff, and Buz Kaster inside the top five. Ingram and Hand had a close battle up front by lap seven. Reiff’s night ended as he spun from contention down the front straightaway as heavy smoke bellowed from his car. Up front, Hand and both Ingrams were in the mix until Eddie Ingram in the 554-machine pulled off with a flat tire. Buz Kaster stayed consistent up front along with Kevin White as the race began to unfold. By lap nine, Hand built a sizeable lead over Kaster. One final caution flew at lap 11 as Hand led Kaster and Kevin White for the final few laps with Hand ultimately collecting the win as he pulled away from all challengers. Kaster finished a strong second ahead of white, Eddie Ingram, Jr., and Justin Bell to complete the top five.

A Feature - 15 Laps: 1. 236-Trevor Hand[4]; 2. 54-Buz Kaster[3]; 3. 33-Kevin White[8]; 4. 54JR-Eddie Ingram Jr[2]; 5. 03-Justin Bell[7]; 6. 29-Dennis Melvin[18]; 7. 47-Paul Carter[11]; 8. 5J-Jeff Goepferich Sr[13]; 9. 79J-Javier Fierro[14]; 10. 13V-Logan Vogel[12]; 11. 30-Dakota Jennings[10]; 12. 08-TYLER HEDDEN[19]; 13. 03D-Darrell Lynch[15]; 14. (DNF) 554-Eddie Ingram[5]; 15. (DNF) 7-Spencer Reiff[1]; 16. (DNF) 74-Bud Wallis[9]; 17. (DNF) 23-Zachery Winkler[16]; 18. (DNS) 50L-James Lanham; 19. (DQ) 6-Zach Boyd[6]

Heat 1 - 6 Laps: 1. 6-Zach Boyd[5]; 2. 54-Buz Kaster[2]; 3. 7-Spencer Reiff[7]; 4. 47-Paul Carter[3]; 5. 79J-Javier Fierro[1]; 6. 23-Zachery Winkler[6]; 7. 08-Tyler Hedden[4]

Heat 2 - 6 Laps: 1. 236-Trevor Hand[3]; 2. 54JR-Eddie Ingram Jr[1]; 3. 74-Bud Wallis[2]; 4. 30-Dakota Jennings[6]; 5. 03D-Darrell Lynch[4]; 6. 50L-James Lanham[5]

On Tuesday, August 3, the Lucas Oil ASCS National Sprint Car tour visits the Lakeside Speedway along with B-Mods and Stock Cars as the support classes, then on the following Friday, the annual Weld Memorial takes place with the USAC Midwest Wingless Racing Association, Pure Stocks, Mod-Lites, and E-Mods on hand. For complete information visit www.lakesidespeedway.net.

UPCOMING EVENTS:
8/3/2021 - Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour and Lucas Oil ASCS Sprint Cars
8/6/2021 - Weld Memorial, USAC Midwest Wingless Racing Association, Pure Stocks, Mod Lites, and E-Mods
8/13/2021 - Weekly Series A-Mods, B-Mods, Stock Cars, Pure Stocks, E-Mods, and Grand Nationals
8/20/2021 - NASCAR Weekly Series + E-Mod Explosion, A-Mods, B-Mods, Stock Cars, Pure Stocks, and E-Mods
8/21/2021 - Great Plains Flat Track Motorcycle Series

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