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Chargin' Charles Davis Jr. a Canyon winner at Cocopah!

Chargin' Charles Davis Jr. a Canyon winner at Cocopah!

Cody Morris, Yuma, Arizona (5-5-2012) - The non winged ASCS Canyon Region staged their first ever visit to Somerton, Arizona’s Cocopah Speedway Saturday night, completing a trio of Cinco de Mayo ASCS contests.

Nearly two months after hosting their first Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour presented by Mav TV card, Cocopah Speedway welcomed 25 topless ASCS Canyon Region teams for their inaugural hosting of the ASCS Canyon Region.

Cocopah delivered their first and only ASCS Canyon treat to area race fans, and the non winged stars did not disappoint.

Buckeye’s two-time ASCS Canyon Champion Charles Davis Jr. highlighted the evening with his second last lap pass for ASCS Canyon victory just four events into the 2012 campaign.

While Davis snared the point on the seventh circuit, a slew of stoppages kept the field bunched up, with an RJ Johnson tumble setting up a late dash for the inaugural 25 lap ASCS Canyon Region honor at Cocopah Speedway.

California’s Brody Roa slid past Davis in turns 1 and 2 on the final lap, but much to the delight of a packed house, Davis returned the favor in turns 3 and 4, snaring another exhilarating last lap victory aboard the Massey Motorsports, RSS Race Cars, DMI, Conrow PNUE Controls, Rod End Supply, CNR Machine, Bell Helmets, and Penske Shocks sponsored orange no. 50.

Roa settled for runner up honors despite the Californian’s spirited effort. Las Cruces, New Mexico’s perennial ASCS Southwest Region dominator Rick Ziehl claimed show position honors at the closing of the 25 lap main event.

Glendale, Arizona’s Bob Ream Jr. advanced four spots to finish the same at the final stripe, with Yuma’s hometown early main event leader Mike Martin completing the top five finishing order.

Gilbert, Arizona’s Brian Hosford claimed the Hard Charger effort, advancing 11 spots to an eighth place finish.

Charles Davis Jr., Brody Roa, and Bob Ream Jr. took heat race wins over the 25 car field. Chris Bonneau took the winning style transfer in the night’s only 10 lap B Feature.

Bob Ream Jr. and Chris Bonneau flipped on the first lap of the main event with Justin Quinn tumbling on lap four. RJ Johnson flipped twice in the main event with a lap 15 rollover precluding a lap 21 tumble. James Aragon flipped in the opening lap of the night’s third heat race. Each driver emerged safely from the tumbled wreckage.

The ASCS Canyon Region returns to action Saturday, May 12th at Apache Junction’s Arizona Speedway.

ASCS Canyon Region
May 5th, 2012 / Event 4 of 21
Cocopah Speedway / Yuma, Arizona

A Feature (25 Laps): 1. 50-Charles Davis Jr[3]; 2. 91-Brody Roa[2]; 3. 41w-Rick Ziehl[11]; 4. 8-Bob Ream Jr[7]; 5. 16-Mike Martin[4]; 6. 17-Mike Colegrove[9]; 7. 21-Shon Deskins[12]; 8. 32B-Brian Hosford[19]; 9. 77-Dalten Gabbard[1]; 10. 9-Ryan Linder[8]; 11. 19-Andy Reinbold[14]; 12. 55-Tony Everhart[20]; 13. 0-Steve Sussex[16]; 14. 29-Michael Bonneau[10]; 15. 16k-Kent Rosevear[18]; 16. 51-R.J. Johnson[6]; 17. 93-Justin Quinn[5]; 18. 7k-Bruce St. James[13]; 19. 6-Ronnie Clark[15]; 20. 78-Chris Bonneau[17]
Lap Leaders: Mike Martin 1-7, Charles Davis Jr. 8-25

B Feature (10 Laps): 1. 78-Chris Bonneau[2]; 2. 16k-Kent Rosevear[4]; 3. 32B-Brian Hosford[1]; 4. 55-Tony Everhart[3]; 5. 17k-Kyle Danielson[7]; 6. 14-Darrell Sickles[9]; 7. 6JT-Michael Curtis[5]; DNS 99-James Aragon; DNS 53-Tom Lee
Top 4 advance to A Feature

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 50-Charles Davis Jr[4]; 2. 51-R.J. Johnson[1]; 3. 41w-Rick Ziehl[3]; 4. 93-Justin Quinn[8]; 5. 32B-Brian Hosford[5]; 6. 19-Andy Reinbold[9]; 7. 55-Tony Everhart[6]; 8. 16k-Kent Rosevear[7]; 9. 14-Darrell Sickles[2]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 91-Brody Roa[3]; 2. 9-Ryan Linder[1]; 3. 17-Mike Colegrove[4]; 4. 21-Shon Deskins[5]; 5. 7k-Bruce St. James[7]; 6. 0-Steve Sussex[8]; 7. 78-Chris Bonneau[6]; 8. 17k-Kyle Danielson[2]

Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 8-Bob Ream Jr[2]; 2. 77-Dalten Gabbard[1]; 3. 16-Mike Martin[5]; 4. 6-Ronnie Clark[3]; 5. 29-Michael Bonneau[8]; 6. 53-Tom Lee[6]; 7. 6JT-Michael Curtis[4]; 8. 99-James Aragon[7]

2012 ASCS Canyon Region point standings:
1. Charles Davis Jr. 585 ; 2. RJ Johnson 486; 3. Bruce St. James 476; 4. Mike Colegrove 473; 5. Dalten Gabbard 443; 6. Andy Reinbold 437; 7. Brian Hosford 424; 8. Ryan Linder 408; 9. Justin Quinn 402; 10. Michael Bonneau 384

5/5/2012 at Cocopah Speedway - Somerton, AZ

ASCS Non-Wing Sprints: ASCS Canyon Regional

ASCS Non-Wing Sprints

ASCS Canyon Regional

A Feature

25 laps
PosStartDriverHometownCar
13Charles Davis JrBuckeye, AZ50
22Brody RoaBuena Park, CA91
311Rick ZiehlLas Cruces, NM41W
47Bob Ream JrGlendale, AZ8
54Mike MartinYuma, AZ16
69Mike ColegrovePeoria, AZ17
712Shon DeskinsWaddell, AZ21
819Brian HosfordGilbert, AZ32B
91Dalten GabbardPeoria, AZ77
108Ryan LinderPhoenix, AZ9
Lap Leaders: Mike Martin 1-7, Charles Davis Jr. 8-25

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