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Track Profile

Valley Speedway Grain Valley, Missouri - ASCS National Series - 33 cars

Heat one (started, qualified for feature): 1. Brian Brown 21 (2) 2. Wayne Johnson 77x (1*) 3. Jack Dover 53 (3*) 4. Kyle Bellm 86 (7*) 5. Tim Crawley 77 (5) 6. Josh Stephens 09 (4) 7. Ricky Lee Stangl 24 (6)

Brown got the jump on Johnson in an early battle for the lead. Crawley biked out of fourth place and started smoking at the halfway point of the 8-lapper.

Heat two (started, qualified for feature): 1. Miranda Arnold 5m (2) 2. Jason Johnson 41 (3*) 3. Logan Forler 2L (7*) 4. Austin Alumbaugh 33 (1) 5. Jay Russell 76 (6) 6. Mitchell Moore 9m (4) 7. TJ Muths 65 (5)

Arnold held off Johnson in a good battle for the lead. Forler was the mover in the heat race in front of a good duel between Alumbaugh and Russell.

Heat three (started, qualified for feature): 1. Danny Lasoski 1m (1) 2. Cole Wood 17w (2*) 3. Brad Loyet o5 (5*) 4. Lucas Wolfe 82 (6*) 5. Jonathan Cornell 28 (7) 6. Seth Bergman 23 (4) 7. JR Topper 92J (3)

Lasoski led Wood and Loyet, who moved under Topper and Bergman to slide into third on the first lap. The lead trio held their spots the distance.

Heat four (started, qualified for feature): 1. Wyatt Burks 11w (2) 2. Randy Hibbs 2A (4*) 3. Tyler Blank 75 (1) 4. Brandon Hahn 29 (3) 5. David Langford 32L (6) 6. Dustin Morgan 93 (5)

Morgan launched over Hahn’s right rear and tumbled when the green flag fell. He was uninjured. Burks led the distance. Hibbs worked on Blank for second, gaining the spot with two laps to go.

Heat five (started, qualified for feature): 1. Tony Bruce Jr. 18 (2) 2. Johnny Herrera 45x (4*) 3. Cody Baker 38 (1) 4. Jeff Swindell 94 (5*) 5. Casey Baker 9 (3) 6. Michael Sosebee 50LP (6)

Sosebee spun before a lap could be completed. Bruce led the distance, while Herrera worked by Co. Baker for second.

B main one (started): 1. Cornell (2) 2. Blank (1) 3. Russell (3) / 4. Alumbaugh (4) 5. Moore (7) 6. Ca. Baker (5) 7. Topper (9) 8. Stangl (8) 9. Morgan (6)

Cornell shot out and was never headed in the 12-lapper. Morgan got the car rebuilt after the heat race, battled Alumbaugh for fourth for several laps and then pulled off.

B main two (started): 1. Bergman (5) 2. Co. Baker (1) 3. Crawley (4) / 4. Hahn (2) 5. Stephens (6) 6. Muths (8) 7. Sosebee (7) 8. Langford (3)

Sosebee elected to start at the tail. Co. Baker shot out to an early lead. Bergman was charging and was second by the second go-around. Baker kept his lead, but was dogged by Bergman. Coming for the white flag, Bergman made his move, taking the lead. The best battle was for the final transfer. Hahn and Crawley exchanged the spot a couple of times. The battle was decided when Crawley rode around Hahn for third in the last corner in the Jesse Hockett Racing #77.

A main (started): 1. Herrera (2) 2. Brown (5) 3. Lasoski (1) 4. Bruce (3) 5. J. Johnson (9) 6. Forler (7) 7. Bergman (18) 8. Wolfe (14) 9. Co. Baker (20) 10. Crawley (21) 11. Blank (17) 12. Swindell (16) 13. Hibbs (4) 14. Russell (19) 15. Burks (8) 16. Wood (12) 17. Loyet (10) 18. W. Johnson (13) 19. Bellm (11) 20. Cornell (15) 21. Arnold (6) DNS – Dover

Before a lap could be completed in the 30-lapper, Arnold got upside down on the backstretch. Lasoski took the lead from the pole when the green did fall. Cornell stopped with a lap in the books. The restart saw Lasoski leading Herrera, Hibbs, Bruce and Burks. Once green, Laoski built a lead ahead of Herrera and Bruce. With eight lap in the books, Brown split Bruce and Hibbs to move into third. Just when the leaders were entering lapped traffic, Swindell spun with eleven laps in. Lasoski led Herrera, Brown, Bruce and Jason Johnson back to green. Herrera and Brown went at it for second, gaining on the leader. Herrera shot by Lasoski on lap 15, and two laps later, Bellm spun, bringing a yellow. W. Johnson slowed at the same time, and Loyet lost a wing sideboard while running eighth. Herrera led Lasoski, Brown, Bruce and J. Johnson on the restart. Brown worked by Lasoski as one more lap was in before Loyet stopped. Loyet replaced his top wing, but five laps after the restart he ended up on his lid after contact with Wood. Hibbs was also involved. The final restart with seven laps to go saw Herrera leading Brown, Lasoski, Bruce and Forler back to green. Brown dogged Herrera and made a slide attempt, but it wasn’t enough. The win was Herrera’s second in a row with ASCS.

Valley Midgets

Heat (started): 1. Devin Huff 57x (1) 2. Bill Allen 5A (3) 3. Todd Jackson 29 (5) 4. Matt Gilbert 83G (4) 5. Daniel Robinson 57D (2) 6. Rick Boyles 7 (6)

Feature (started): 1. Huff (1) 2. Robinson (5) 3. Gilbert (4) 4. Allen (2) 5. Jackson (3) DNS - Boyles

5/22/2013 at Valley Speedway - Grain Valley, MO

ASCS Sprints: ASCS National with ASCS Warrior Region

ASCS Sprints

ASCS National with ASCS Warrior Region

A Feature

30 lapsPresented by Protect the Harvest
PosStartDriverHometownCar
12Johnny HerreraAlbuquerque, NM45X
25Brian BrownGrain Valley, MO21
31Danny LasoskiDover, MO1M
43Tony Bruce JrLiberal, KS18
59Jason JohnsonEunice, LA41
67Logan ForlerBoise, ID2L
718Seth BergmanSnohomish, WA23
814Lucas WolfeMechanicsburg, PA82
920Cody BakerLone Jack, MO38
1022Tim CrawleyBenton, AR77

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