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Davis Wins NCRA Mod Finale While Powers Repeats!

Park City, Kansas – October 24, 2015 - Tyler Davis did all he could do but Dan Powers accomplished just enough as both drivers came up winners as the National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Precise Racing Products modified division ended their 2015 race season Saturday night at 81 Speedway in Park City.

Davis came into the night sixty points behind Powers in the point standings and watched pole sitter Jason McGehee jumped into the lead as the green flag fell for the twenty-five lap feature. Davis, who started second, kept pace with the leader before the first caution fell after one lap for Austin Allen’s spin in turn one.  

On the restart, McGehee, whose lone series victory came at the speedway just a couple of seasons ago, kept Davis behind him and was still in command before the next caution fell on lap twelve for a Justin Moler spin.

From there it was all green flag racing with McGehee still holding the top spot and Davis giving chase. In the meantime Powers, who came into the night looking for a repeat championship was flirting with a top five run and hoping to just keep Davis in his sights.

McGehee looked to have victory in sights but the final caution flag would fall for debris with just two laps to go, setting up a green, white and checkered flag finish. This gave Davis the break he needed and would take the lead on lap twenty-four and lead the final laps for his second feature victory of the season. McGehee held on for second while eleventh starting and second “B” feature winner Brian Franz came through the field to finish third. Scott Green settled for fourth while sixteenth starting Kenny Sweet rounded out the top five.

Powers would settle for sixth and that would be good enough for the Wichita driver to claim his second straight series championship by just 30 points over Davis.

Powers will be officially crowned tour champion at the series banquet on Saturday night, January 30, in Wichita, Kansas. More banquet information will be forthcoming.

The three, eight lap heat races for the twenty-six car field were won by Green, McGehee and Darren Moses while Moler and Franz took home the two, ten lap “B” feature honors.

 

NCRA Modifieds

81 Speedway/Park City, Kansas

10/24/2015

26 Cars

1st Heat: 1) Scott Green (Derby, Ks), 2) Beau Davis (Cheney, Ks), 3) Ross Shipman (Belle Plaine, Ks), 4) Richard Wilson (Wichita, Ks), 5) Bill Siemers (Mulvane, Ks), 6) Josh Lanterman (Wichita, Ks), 7) Kenny Sweet (Wichita, Ks), 8) Richie Wilson (Wichita, Ks), 9) T.J. Tolan (Wichita, Ks)

2nd Heat: 1) Jason McGehee (Wichita, Ks), 2) Austin Allen (Goddard, Ks), 3) Justin Moler (Wichita, Ks), 4) Brian Franz (Halstead, Ks), 5) Clint McFadden (Valley Center, Ks), 6) Andy Wilkinson (York, Ne), 7) Kevin Newell (Wichita, Ks), 8) Dustin Belcher (Wichita, Ks), 9) Corey Lagroon (Salina, Ks)

3rd Heat: 1) Darren Moses (Valley Center, Ks), 2) Tyler Davis (Haysville, Ks), 3) Dan Powers (Wichita, Ks), 4) Ryan McAninch (Hutchinson, Ks), 5) Bobby Bills (Wichita, Ks), 6) Paden Phillips (Chanute, Ks), 7) Johnny Whitmore (Wichita, Ks), 8) Shawn Bretthauer (Mt. Hope, Ks)

1st B Feature: 1) Justin Moler (Wichita, Ks), 2) Josh Lanterman (Wichita, Ks), 3) Andy Wilkinson (York, Ne), 4) Johnny Whitmore (Wichita, Ks), 5) T.J. Tolan (Wichita, Ks), 6) Clint McFadden (Valley Center, Ks), 7) Kevin Newell (Wichita, Ks), 8) Shawn Bretthauer (Mt. Hope, Ks)

2nd B Feature: 1) Brian Franz (Halstead, Ks), 2) Bobby Bills (Wichita, Ks), 3) Kenny Sweet (Wichita, Ks), 4) Richie Wilson (Wichita, Ks), 5) Bill Siemers (Mulvane, Ks), 6) Corey Lagroon (Salina, Ks), 7) Paden Phillips (Chanute, Ks), 8) Dustin Belcher (Wichita, Ks)

A Feature: 1) Tyler Davis (Haysville, Ks), 2) Brian Franz (Halstead, Ks), 3) Jason McGehee (Wichita, Ks), 4) Scott Green (Derby, Ks), 5) Kenny Sweet (Wichita, Ks), 6) Dan Powers (Wichita, Ks), 7) Bobby Bills (Wichita, Ks), 8) Beau Davis (Cheney, Ks), 9) Josh Lanterman (Wichita, Ks), 10) Ross Shipman (Belle Plaine, Ks), 11) Johnny Whitmore (Wichita, Ks), 12) Bill Siemers (Mulvane, Ks), 13) Darren Moses (Valley Center, Ks), 14) Andy Wilkinson (York, Ne), 15) Austin Allen (Goddard, Ks), 16) Justin Moler (Wichita, Ks), 17) T.J. Tolan (Wichita, Ks), 18) Ryan McAninch (Hutchinson, Ks), 19) Richard Wilson (Wichita, Ks), 20) Richie Wilson (Wichita, Ks)

 

Randy Bryan Claims NCRA Mod-Lite Season Finale!

Park City, Kansas – October 24, 2015 - Randy Bryan took the lead with five laps to go and went on to claim his first career series victory at the National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Precise Racing Products mod-lite division wrapped up their 2015 season Saturday night at 81 Speedway in Park City. While Bryan picked up the season-ending victory, Justin Kinderknecht wrapped up his second straight series mod-lite championship.

Mike Kennedy and Travis Govern started on the front row for the fifteen lap feature and it was Govern taking the lead as the green flag fell. The green quickly went red when Dustin Forsberg flipped in turn one. He was uninjured.

On the restart, Govern kept the pace out front while Mike Zrubek and fourth starting Ryan battled for the runner up position. Ryan made his move for the lead on lap ten and overtook Govern for the lead and would go on to claim the victory.

Govern would hold on for second while Zrubek, Kennedy and Ryan Ayers rounded out the top five. Kinderknecht all but wrapped up the championship coming into the night and would struggle in the feature finale with a thirteenth place finish.

Kinderknecht and the rest of the top ten drivers, who completed 75% of the 2015 events, will be rewarded at the year-end banquet on Saturday night, January 30, 2016, banquet in Wichita, Kansas. More banquet information will be forthcoming.

 

NCRA Mod Lite Division

81 Speedway/Park City, Kansas

10/24/2015

16 Cars

1st Heat: 1) Mike Kennedy (Boone, Ia), 2) Mike Zrubek (Salina, Ks), 3) Jason Roe (Wichita, Ks), 4) Justin Kinderknecht (Salina, Ks), 5) Andrue Halpain (Salina, Ks), 6) Cody Kretchmar (Wichita, Ks), 7) Ryan Secrest (Newton, Ks), 8) Don Foster (Wichita, Ks)

2nd Heat: 1) Travis Govern (Wichita, KS), 2. Randy Bryan, 3. Ryan Ayers (Salina, Ks), 4) Dustin Forsberg (Bel Aire, Ks), 5) Tony Foster (Wichita, Ks), 6) Owen Edwards (El Dorado, Ks), 7) Zane Hansen, 8) Trace Ayers (Salina, Ks)

A Feature: 1) Randy Bryan, 2) Travis Govern (Wichita, KS), 3) Mike Zrubek (Salina, Ks), 4) Mike Kennedy (Boone, Ia), 5) Ryan Ayers (Salina, Ks), 6) Jason Roe (Wichita, Ks), 7) Andrue Halpain (Salina, Ks), 8) Tony Foster (Wichita, Ks), 9) Cody Kretchmar (Wichita, Ks), 10) Zane Hansen, 11) Owen Edwards (ElDorado, Ks), 12) Ryan Secrest (Newton, Ks), 13) Justin Kinderknecht (Salina, Ks), 14) Dustin Forsberg (Bel Aire, Ks), 15) Don Foster (Wichita, Ks), 16) Trace Ayers (Salina, Ks)

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