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Zach Boyd Collects E-Mod Explosion Win as Track Champions were Crowned at Lakeside Speedway!


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Zach Boyd Collects E-Mod Explosion Win as Track Champions were Crowned at Lakeside Speedway!

Zach Boyd Collects E-Mod Explosion Win as Track Champions were Crowned at Lakeside Speedway!

For Immediate Release
By Sam Stoecklin
August 27, 2021

(Kansas City, Kansas) It was an exciting evening of ‘Racing on the River’s Edge’ at Lakeside Speedway Friday as season-long track champions were crowned along with the annual Noah’s Bandage Project fundraiser with help from drivers, fans, and track staff.

The 2021 season champions are: A-Mods Nic Bidinger of Perry, Kansas; B-Mods Mark Schafman of Edwardsville, Kansas; Stock Cars Kacey “Cam” Shields of Kansas City, Missouri; Pure Stocks Marshall Jewett of Gardner, Kansas; and E-Mods Trevor Hand of Bonner Springs, Kansas.

E-Mod Results (26 Cars) The annual E-Mod explosion highlighted the racing portion of the night’s program with Zach Boyd taking home $1,000 for his victory from pole position. It was a full event for the E-Mods with 26 cars on hand, which bumped the pay to the 1,000-to-win pinnacle for having 25 or more cars signed in. Michael Taylor advanced from fifth to finish runner up, with Chris Dishong, Kevin White, and Buz Kaster completing the top five.

In the battle for the E-Mod track points championship it was Trevor Hand who took the title, although bad luck struck in the night’s main event, Hand’s stellar season at Lakeside Speedway produced six wins in 11 total races and a comfortable points margin of victory by 158 over runner-up Dennis Melvin.

A Feature - 24 Laps: 1. 6-Zach Boyd[1]; 2. 6T-Michael Taylor III[5]; 3. 54L-Chris Dishong[7]; 4. 33-Kevin White[2]; 5. 54-Buz Kaster[25]; 6. 7-Spencer Reiff[4]; 7. 4M-Shawn Burns[14]; 8. 74-Bud Wallis[3]; 9. 29-Dennis Melvin[18]; 10. 79J-Javier Fierro[16]; 11. 23J-Jordan Clem[11]; 12. 13V-Logan Vogel[26]; 13. 08-Tyler Hedden[15]; 14. 23-Zachery Winkler[19]; 15. 5J-Jeff Goepferich Sr[24]; 16. 1M-Mike Ryun[10]; 17. (DNF) 10-Jason Park[12]; 18. (DNF) 50L-James Lanham[23]; 19. (DNF) 03-Justin Bell[6]; 20. (DNF) 236-Trevor Hand[8]; 21. (DNF) 47-Paul Carter[13]; 22. (DNF) 81-Jeff Jackson[9]; 23. (DNF) 326-Darrell Lynch[21]; 24. (DNF) 21T-David Towers[17]; 25. (DNF) 65-Jason Smith[22]; 26. (DQ) 30-Dakota Jennings[20]d.

Heat 1 - 6 Laps: 1. 6T-Michael Taylor III[2]; 2. 03-Justin Bell[3]; 3. 81-Jeff Jackson[6]; 4. 08-Tyler Hedden[1]; 5. 23-Zachery Winkler[4]; 6. 326-Darrell Lynch[7]; 7. 54-Buz Kaster[5]

Heat 2 - 6 Laps: 1. 74-Bud Wallis[1]; 2. 7-Spencer Reiff[3]; 3. 10-Jason Park[2]; 4. 23J-Jordan Clem[7]; 5. 21T-David Towers[6]; 6. 65-Jason Smith[5]; 7. 13V-Logan Vogel[4]

Heat 3 - 6 Laps: 1. 33-Kevin White[1]; 2. 54L-Chris Dishong[3]; 3. 1M-Mike Ryun[4]; 4. 4M-Shawn Burns[5]; 5. 29-Dennis Melvin[6]; 6. 50L-James Lanham[2]

Heat 4 - 6 Laps: 1. 6-Zach Boyd[2]; 2. 236-Trevor Hand[3]; 3. 47-Paul Carter[1]; 4. 79J-Javier Fierro[4]; 5. 30-Dakota Jennings[5]; 6. 5J-Jeff Goepferich Sr[6]

The annual Noah’s Bandage Project raised $1,500 courtesy of the generous racing family contributions and took in 170 boxes of donated band-aids. Noah Wilson was diagnosed with cancer in April of 2014 (when he was only 6 years old), but never let it change his passion to help others. He always had a huge heart and was constantly looking for ways to help people. His love for others did not change even when he was facing a devastating diagnosis. When his treatment began, he found himself getting pokes almost daily.

The hospital where he was being treated did not have cool bandages, leaving the children there having to settle for the boring brown ones. Noah saw this as an opportunity to help his fellow patients and decided that he wanted to start collecting cool and fun bandages for his new friends. Noah knew that a bandage is so much more than just a wound cover and wanted to help others. Noah passed away in June of 2015, but not before starting his Bandage Project and making a huge difference in the world. In honor of Noah and his legacy, Noah’s Bandage Project continues and will continue to help kids across the globe.

A-Mod Results (12 Cars) With a 70 percent win average this year, Nic Bidinger took the main event for his seventh track win of the season. Bidinger grabbed the lead from outside of row one and collected the victory ahead of USMTS regular Darron Fuqua. Danny Scrogham, Sam Florence, and Jarret Dotson each recorded their best track finishes of the year rounding out the top five.

A Feature - 15 Laps: 1. 3B-Nic Bidinger[2]; 2. 87-Darron Fuqua[3]; 3. 92-Daniel Scrogham[6]; 4. 42-Sam Florence[8]; 5. 24-Jarret Dotson[12]; 6. 9-Lucas Conley[9]; 7. 711-Bill Ruisinger[11]; 8. (DNF) 7J-Aaron Marrant[4]; 9. (DNF) 11JR-Randal Schiffelbein Jr[1]; 10. (DNF) 32-Cody Owens[5]; 11. (DNF) 1K-Tim Karrick[10]; 12. (DNF) 75M-Gunner Martin[7].

Heat 1 - 8 Laps: 7J-Aaron Marrant[1]; 2. 32-Cody Owens[2]; 3. 11JR-Randal Schiffelbein Jr[5]; 4. 75M-Gunner Martin[3]; 5. 9-Lucas Conley[6]; 6. 711-Bill Ruisinger[4].

Heat 2 - 8 Laps: 1. 3B-Nic Bidinger[1]; 2. 87-Darron Fuqua[4]; 3. 92-Daniel Scrogham[2]; 4. 42-Sam Florence[3]; 5. 1K-Tim Karrick[5]; 6. 24-Jarret Dotson[6].

B-Mod Results (16 Cars) Mark Schafman came home third in the night’s main event but it was enough to collect the B-Mod championship for the season by 28 points ahead of Luke Nieman. Terry Schultz won the 15-lap main event for his third main-event win of the season. Tim Powell was second followed by Schafman, Jessie Mulich and Don Marrs.

A Feature - 15 Laps: 1. 7B-Terry Schultz[1]; 2. 57-Tim Powell[4]; 3. 44S-Mark Schafman[7]; 4. 90-Jessie Mulich[2]; 5. 9-Don Marrs[8]; 6. 36-Travis Alexander[12]; 7. 117-Tim Galvan[9]; 8. 57A-Randy Ainsworth[3]; 9. 47-Tyson Lanfermann[11]; 10. 4M-Steven Makar[5]; 11. 181-Luke Nieman[10]; 12. 14B-Darren Bennett[13]; 13. 8C-Cami Bruner[15]; 14. 214-Eric Spreer[14]; 15. (DNF) 36A-Brian Andrews[16]; 16. (DNS) 10C-Nick Newton.

Heat 1 - 6 Laps: 1. 57A-Randy Ainsworth[2]; 2. 10C-Nick Newton[3]; 3. 7B-Terry Schultz[7]; 4. 44S-Mark Schafman[5]; 5. 181-Luke Nieman[4]; 6. 47-Tyson Lanfermann[8]; 7. 14B-Darren Bennett[1]; 8. 8C-Cami Bruner[6]

Heat 2 - 6 Laps: 1. 57-Tim Powell[6]; 2. 90-Jessie Mulich[2]; 3. 4M-Steven Makar[1]; 4. 117-Tim Galvan[4]; 5. 9-Don Marrs[8]; 6. 36-Travis Alexander[7]; 7. 214-Eric Spreer[5]; 8. 36A-Brian Andrews[3]

Stock Car Results (17Cars) ‘The Coach’ Kevin Anderson captured the 15-lap Stock Car main from pole position to secure his first feature win of the year. At the same time, Kacey Shields wrapped up the Stock Car championship by finishing third in the finale. Jaylen Wettengel finished second in the yearly points race behind Shields and second in the main event. Rounding out the top five in the feature race were Hank Thompson and Tracy Schaefer.

A Feature - 15 Laps: 1. 417-Kevin Anderson[3]; 2. 91J-Jaylen Wettengel[1]; 3. 42C-Kacey Shields[7]; 4. 6-Hank Thompson[2]; 5. X1-Tracy Schaefer[9]; 6. 27X-Dominic Thyfault[4]; 7. 7-Marshall Jewett[10]; 8. 714-Jason Anderson[6]; 9. 41K-Vernon Kever[11]; 10. 47-Paul Carter[8]; 11. 33K-Red Everhart[14]; 12. 711-Harley Harvey[17]; 13. 11-Jerry Liston Jr[16]; 14. 824-Chris Barnard[12]; 15. 31-Ed Griggs[5]; 16. 27-David Oxford[13]; 17. 61-Joe Sowers[15].

Heat 1 - 6 Laps: 1. 417-Kevin Anderson[4]; 2. 31-Ed Griggs[2]; 3. 91J-Jaylen Wettengel[5]; 4. 42C-Kacey Shields[7]; 5. X1-Tracy Schaefer[3]; 6. 41K-Vernon Kever[1]; 7. 27-David Oxford[6]; 8. 61-Joe Sowers[8]; 9. 11-Jerry Liston Jr[9]

Heat 2 - 6 Laps: 1. 714-Jason Anderson[1]; 2. 27X-Dominic Thyfault[2]; 3. 6-Hank Thompson[7]; 4. 47-Paul Carter[3]; 5. 7-Marshall Jewett[4]; 6. 824-Chris Barnard[5]; 7. 33K-Red Everhart[6]; 8. (DNS) 711-Harley Harvey

Pure Stock Results (10 Cars) Spencer Reiff made a charge from fourth on the grid to collect his fourth main event of the season, but it wasn’t quite enough to take the season championship as Marsahll Jewett secured another title by just 10 points over Don Mars. Marrs finished second in the race with Jewett, Calvin Banks, and Darrin Christy rounding out the top five.

A Feature - 12 Laps: 1. 7S-Spencer Reiff[4]; 2. 9-Don Marrs[2]; 3. 7-Marshall Jewett[5]; 4. 97-Calvin Banks[9]; 5. (DNF) 3B-Darrin Christy[8]; 6. (DNF) 56-Joseph Smith Jr[1]; 7. (DNF) 185-JR Billings[3]; 8. (DNF) 0-Chase Galvan[6]; 9. (DNF) 5JR-Jeff Goepferich[7]; 10. (DNS) 42R-Brennan Risley.

Heat 1 - 6 Laps: 1. 185-JR Billings[2]; 2. 9-Don Marrs[4]; 3. 0-Chase Galvan[3]; 4. 5JR-Jeff Goepferich[5]; 5. 97-Calvin Banks[1]

Heat 2 - 6 Laps: 1. 7S-Spencer Reiff[2]; 2. 56-Joseph Smith Jr[1]; 3. 7-Marshall Jewett[3]; 4. 3B-Darrin Christy[4]; 5. 42R-Brennan Risley[5]

Next week, we roll out the annual Clyde Ellis Memorial, featuring the Lucas Oil MLRA Late Models plus Stock Cars, E-Mods and Mod Lites. Visit for admission and start time information.

9/3/2021 - Clyde Ellis Memorial, Lucas Oil MLRA Late Models plus Stock Cars, E-Mods and Mod Lites
9/10/2021 - Tom Karrick Memorial, A-Mods, B-Mods, Stock Cars, Pure Stocks and Mod Lites
9/17/2021 - Fall Special, A-Mods, B-Mods, Stock Cars, Pure Stocks and E-Mods
9/24/2021 - STARS Mod-Lite Nationals, A-Mods, B-Mods, Stock Cars, Pure Stocks, E-Mods and Mod Lites
10/22/2021 - FVP Platinum Battery Showdown, World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series
10/29/2021 - 6th Annual Grant Junghans Memorial, USMTS Modifieds and USRA B-Mod

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